The number of writers included in this Appendix, and their bibliographies, are necessarily limited, but it is hoped that despite the difficulties of selection the list will be found fairly representative.
Abbott, Rev. Edwin Abbott, D.D. (1838). — Writer on Biblical and literary subjects. Shakespearian Grammar (1870), ed. of Bacon’s Essays (1876), Bacon and Essex (1877), Francis Bacon . . . his Life and Works (1885), Flatland, a Romance of Many Dimensions (1884), St. Thomas of Canterbury (1898), Paradosis (1904), Johannine Vocabulary (1905), Silanus the Christian (1906), etc.
Allen, James Lane (1849). — American novelist. A Kentucky Cardinal, The Choir Invisible, A Summer in Arcady, Blue Grass Region of Kentucky, The Increasing Purpose, Aftermath, part ii. of A Kentucky Cardinal, The Mettle of the Pasture, The Reign of Law.
Anson, Sir William Reynell, Bart., D.C.L. (1843). — Legaland constitutional writer, etc., Law and Custom of the Constitution, ed. Memoirs of the third Duke of Grafton, etc.
Anstey, F., (see Guthrie).
Arber, Edward, D.Litt. — Literary antiquary. Has issued many reprints of rare books. English Reprints, English Scholars’ Library, ed. An English Garner (1880–83), British Anthologies (1899–1901), A Christian Library (1907).
Archer, William (1856). — Writer on the drama and translator of Ibsen; ed. Ibsen’s Prose Dramas, 5 vols., Collected Works of Ibsen, 11 vols., translated with his brother, Major Chas. A., Ibsen’s Peer Gynt, Life of Macready, Masks or Faces, Study and Stage, Real Conversations (1904), etc.
Arnim, Countess Von (Beauchamp). — Elizabeth and her German Garden, A Solitary Summer, The April Baby’s Book of Tunes, The Benefactress, Elizabeth’s Adventures in Ruegen, Fraulein Schmidt and Mr. Anstruther.
Ashton, John (1834). — Literary antiquary, etc. History of Chap-books of Eighteenth Century (1882), Humour, Wit, and Satire of Seventeenth Century (ed. 1883), Adventures and Discoveries of Capt. John Smith (1884), Romances of Chivalry (1886), Social England under the Regency (1890), etc.
Austin, Alfred (1835). — Poet Laureate 1896. The Human Tragedy, Lyrical Poems, Narrative Poems, Fortunatus the Pessimist, Alfred the Great, Flodden Field: a Tragedy (1903), etc. Prose works include The Garden that I Love, In Veronica’s Garden, Lamia’s Winter Quarters, Sacred and Profane Love (1908).
Avebury, John Lubbock, 1st Lord, P.C., D.C.L., etc. (1834). — Miscellaneous writer. Use of Life, Beauties of Nature, Pleasures of Life (two parts), British Wild Flowers considered in relation to Insects, Ants, Bees, and Wasps, The Origin of Civilisation, and many other works on Natural History, Sociology, and Economics.
Bagot, Richard (1860). — Novelist. A Roman Mystery (1899), Casting of Nets (1901), Donna Diana (1903), Temptation (1907), etc.
Balfour, Right Hon. Arthur James, P.C., LL.D., D.C.L., etc. (1848). — Statesman and philosophic writer. A Defence of Philosophic Doubt (1879), Essays and Addresses (1893), The Foundations of Belief (1895), Reflections suggested by the New Theory of Matter (1904).
Ball, Sir Robert Stawell, LL.D., F.R.S. (1840). — Scientific writer. The Story of the Heavens (1885), Starland (1889), The Story of the Sun (1893), The Earth’s Beginning (1901), etc.
Baring-Gould, Sabine (1834). — Novelist and folk-lorist, etc. Iceland, its Scenes and Sagas (1862), Curious Myths of the Middle Ages (1866), Origin and Development of Religious Belief (1869–70), Lives of the Saints (1872–77). Novels, Mehalah (1880), Richard Cable (1888), The Pennycomequicks (1889), Domitia (1898), Pabo the Priest (1899), Crock of Gold (1899), Nebo the Nailer (1902), Devonshire Characters (1908), etc.; also books on Folk-lore.
Barrie, James Matthew, LL.D. (1860). — Novelist and dramatist. Auld Licht Idylls, When a Man’s Single (1888), A Window in Thrums (1889), My Lady Nicotine (1890), The Little Minister (1891), Sentimental Tommy, Margaret Ogilvy (1896), The Little White Bird (1902), Peter Pan (1906), etc. Dramatic works include The Professor’s Love Story, The Little Minister, The Wedding Guest (1900), The Admirable Crichton (1903), Peter Pan (1904), What Every Woman Knows (1908).
Barry, Rev. William (Francis), D.D. (1849). — Novelist, etc. The New Antigone (1887), Two Standards (1898), Arden Massiter (1900), The Wizard’s Knot (1901), The Dayspring (1903), etc.
Battersby, Harry Francis Prevost (“Francis PREVOST”). — Poet, novelist, and war correspondent. Poems, Melilot (1886), Fires of Greenwood (1887). Novels, Rust of Gold (1895), The Avenging Hour (1896), False Dawn (1897), The Plague of the Heart (1902), etc.; joint translator of Tolstoi’s Christ’s Christianity and What to Do. Plays, The Way of War (1902), and Voice of Duty (1904).
Bax, Ernest Belfort (1854). — Writer on philosophy and socialism. Kant’s Prolegomena with Biography and Introduction (1882), Handbook to the History of Philosophy (1884), Religion of Socialism (1886), Ethics of Socialism (1889), The Problem of Reality (1893), Socialism, its Growth and Outcome (with W. Morris) (1894), The Roots of Reality (1907), etc.
Beazley, Charles Raymond, F.R.G.S. (1868). — Historical geographer, James of Aragon (1870), Henry the Navigator (1895), Dawn of Modern Geography, 3 vols. (1897–1906), etc.
Becke, George Louis (1848). — Novelist. By Reef and Palm (1890), A First Fleet Family (1896), Pacific Tales (1897), Tom Wallis (1900), Yorke, the Adventurer (1901), Chinkie’s Flat (1903), etc.; and with W. Jeffery, His Native Wife (1896), The Mutineer, Admiral Phillip (1899), The Tapu of Benderah, etc.
Beeching, Rev. Henry Charles, D.Litt. (1859). — Miscellaneous writer. In a Garden and other Poems (1895), Pages from a Private Diary (1898), various vols. of sermons, etc., including Seven Sermons to Schoolboys (1894), The Grace of Episcopacy (1906); has ed. A Paradise of English Poetry (1892), Lyra Sacra (1894), and various English classics, etc.
Beerbohm, Max (1872). — Essayist and dramatic critic, The Works of Max Beerbohm, The Happy Hypocrite, Caricatures of Twenty-five Gentlemen, More (1898), Yet Again (1909), etc.
Beesly, Edward Spencer (1831). — Writer on history and philosophy. Catiline, Clodius, and Tiberius (1878), Queen Elizabeth (1892), has translated various works of Aug. Comte, etc.
Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie (1856). — Poet and critic. Spring’s Immortality and other Poems, Christina Rossetti, Pictures of Travel and other Poems (1898), Collected Poems (1901).
Belloc, Hilaire (1870). — Miscellaneous writer. The Bad Child’s Book of Beasts (1896), More Beasts for Worse Children (1897), The Moral Alphabet, Danton (1899), Lambkin’s Remains (1900), Robespierre (1901), Caliban’s Guide to Letters (1903), Mr. Burden (1904), Esto Perpetua (1906), The Historic Thames (1907), The Path to Rome, etc.
Bennett, Enoch Arnold (1867). — Novelist, etc. A Man from the North (1898), Polite Farces (1899), Anna of the Five Towns (1902), A Great Man (1904), The Grim Smile of the Five Towns (1907), Buried Alive (1908), Old Wives’ Tale (1908), etc.
Benson, Arthur Christopher (1862). — Poet, biographer and miscellaneous writer. Poems (1893), Lyrics (1895), The Professor and other Poems (1900), The House of Quiet (1903), Peace and other Poems (1905), From a College Window (1906), Beside Still Waters (1907), books on Tennyson, Rossetti, E. Fitzgerald, Walter Pater, etc.
Benson, Edward Frederic (1867). — Novelist. Dodo (1893), Rubicon (1894), Judgment Books (1895), The Babe B.A. (1897), Vintage (1898), Scarlet and Hyssop (1902), Image in the Sand (1905). Plays, Aunt Jeannie (1902), House of Defence (1907), etc.
Berdoe, Edward (1836). — Writer on Browning, etc. Browning’s Message to his Time (1890), Browning Cyclopædia (1891), Biographical and Historical Notes to Browning’s Complete Works (1894), Browning and the Christian Faith (1896), A Browning Primer (1904), and various books on medicine, etc.
Berenson, Bernhard (1865). — Writer on art. Venetian Painters of the Renaissance (1894), Lorenzo Lotto, an Essay on Constructive Art Criticism (1895), Florentine Painters of the Renaissance (1896), Central Italian Painters of the Renaissance (1897), Study and Criticism of Italian Art (1901), North Italian Painters of the Renaissance, A Sienese Painter of the Franciscan Legend (1910), etc.
Besant, Mrs. Annie (1847). — Theosophist. Re-incarnation (1892), Death and After (1893), Karma (1895), The Self and its Sheaths (1895), Ancient Wisdom (1897), Dharma (1899), Esoteric Christianity (1901), Pedigree of Man (1903), Wisdom of the Upanishats (1906), etc.
Binyon, Laurence (1869). — Poet and art critic. Lyric Poems (1894), London Visions, Book I. (1895), Book II. (1898), The Praise of Life (1896), Porphyrion and other Poems (1898), Odes (1900), Penthesilea (1905), Paris and Ænone (1906), etc.
Birrell, Augustine, M.P., LL.D. (1850). — Essayist, etc. Obiter Dicta (1884), Res Judicatæ (1892), Men, Women, and Books (1894), Collected Essays (1900), Miscellanies (1901). Books on Charlotte Bronté, Hazlitt, etc. Ed. Boswell’s Johnson (1907).
Blaikie, John Arthur (1849). — Poet and journalist. Madrigals, Songs, and Sonnets (1870), Love’s Victory (1890), and A Sextet of Singers (1895).
Bland, Mrs. Hubert (“E. Nesbit”) (1858). — Poet and novelist. Lays and Legends (1886), second series (1892), A Pomander of Verse (1895), In Homespun (1896), Secret of Kyriels (1898), Book of Dragons (1900), Five Children and It (1902), The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904), The Railway Children (1906), Salome and the Head (1908), etc.
Bloundelle-Burton, John Edward (1850). — Novelist. Silent Shore (1886), Desert Ship (1890), Denounced (1896), A Bitter Heritage (1899), A Branded Name (1903), A Woman from the Sea (1907), and Last of her Race (1908), etc.
Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen (1840). — Poet, etc. Love Sonnets of Proteus (1880), Future of Islam (1882), The Wind and the Whirlwind (1883), Esther (1892), The Stealing of the Mare (1892), Seven Golden Odes of Pagan Arabia (1903), Secret History of the English Occupation of Egypt (1907), etc.
Boas, Frederick S. (1862). — Scholar. Shakespeare and his Predecessors (1896), ed. works of T. Kyd, and of Giles and Phineas Fletcher, etc.
Bodley, John Edward Courtenay, D.C.L. (1853). — Historian. France, vol. i. The Revolution and Modern France, vol. ii. The Parliamentary System, The Coronation of Edward VII. (1903), The Church in France (1906), etc.
“Boldrewood, Rolf,” (see Browne).
Bourdillon, F.W. (1852). — Poet, etc. Among the Flowers (1878), Sursum Corda (1893), Nephelé (1896), etc.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth (1837). — Novelist. Lady Audley’s Secret, Aurora Floyd (1862), Henry Dunbar (1864), Only a Clod (1865), The Lady’s Mile (1866), Dead Sea Fruit (1869), Robert Ainsleigh (1872), Hostages to Fortune (1875), Vixen (1870), Wyllard’s Weird (1886), Rough Justice (1898), His Darling Sin (1895), The White House (1906), and many others.
Bradley, Andrew Cecil, L.L.D., Litt.D., etc. — Critic. A Commentary on Tennyson’s In Memoriam (1901), Shakespearian Tragedy (1904), Oxford Lectures on Poetry (1909).
Bradley, Francis Herbert (1846). — Philosopher. The Presuppositions of Critical History (1874), Ethical Studies (1876), The Principles of Logic (1883), and Appearance and Reality (1893).
Bridges, Robert (1844). — Poet. Essay on Milton’s Prosody, Critical Essay on Keats. Poems, The Growth of Love, Prometheus the Firegiver, Eros and Psyche. Plays, Nero, Ulysses, Christian Captives, Achilles in Scyros, Feast of Bacchus, etc.
Brooke, Rev. Stopford Augustus, LL.D. (1832). — Writer on English literature and theology, etc. Theology of the English Poets (1874), Primer of English Literature (1876), Riquet of the Tuft (1880), (drama), Unity of God and Man (1886), Poems (1888), History of Early English Literature (1892), History of English Literature (1894), and Gospel of Joy (1898).
Broughton, Rhoda (1840). — Novelist. Cometh up as a Flower (1867), Not Wisely but too Well (1867), Red as a Rose is She (1870), Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye (1872), Dr. Cupid (1886), Scylla or Charybdis? (1895), Dear Faustina (1897), The Game and the Candle (1899), Foes in Law (1901), etc.
Brown, Peter Hume, LL.D. (1850). — Historian. George Buchanan, Humanist and Reformer (1890), Early Travellers in Scotland (1891), Scotland before 1700 (1893), John Knox, a Biography (1895), History of Scotland (1898–1909), etc.
Browne, Thomas Alexander (1826). — Australian novelist. Robbery under Arms (1888), The Miner’s Right (1890), A Sydney-side Saxon (1891), A Modern Buccaneer (1894), The Squatter’s Dream, The Crooked Stick, Old Melbourne Memories (1895), A Canvas Town Romance (1898), Babes in the Bush (1900), A Tale of the Golden West (1906), etc.
Browning, Oscar (1837). — Historian, etc. Modern England (1879), Modern France (1880), England and Napoleon in 1803 (1887), History of England, in four vols. (1890), True Stories from English History (1886), Guelphs and Ghibellines (1894), Wars of the Nineteenth Century (1899), History of Europe 1814–1843 (1901), and also Lives of George Eliot, Dante, Goethe, Bartolommeo Colleoni, and Napoleon.
Bryce, Right Hon. James, P.C., D.C.L., etc. (1838). — Historical and political writer, etc. The Holy Roman Empire (1862), Transcaucasia and Ararat (1877), The American Commonwealth (1888), Studies in History and Jurisprudence (1901), Studies in Contemporary Biography (1903), etc.
Buchan, John (1875). — Novelist, etc. Musa Piscatrix (1896), Scholar–Gipsies (1896), John Burnet of Barns (1898), The Watcher by the Threshold (1902), and A Lodge in the Wilderness (1906).
Budge, Ernest A. Wallis, Litt.D., etc. — Orientalist, etc. Has produced ed. of numerous Assyrian and Egyptian texts. The Dwellers on the Nile (1885), Excavations at Aswân (1888), Festival Songs of Isis and Nephthys, etc. (1891), Book of the Dead (1895), The Laughable Stories of Bar–Hebræus (1896), A History of Egypt, etc. (1902), The Gods of Egypt (1903), The Egyptian Sûdân (1907), etc.
Bullen, Arthur Henry (1857). — Ed. of Old English writers. Ed. Works of John Day, dramatist (1881), Collection of Old English Plays (1882–84), Selections from Poems of Michael Drayton (1883), ed. Works of Marlowe, Middleton, Marston, Peele, Campion, Lyrics from the Song Books of Elizabethan Age (1886), England’s Helicon (1887), works of Thos. Traherne, W. Strode, etc.
Bullen, Frank Thomas (1857). — Writer of nautical romances. The Cruise of the Cachalot, Idylls of the Sea, With Christ at Sea, A Whaleman’s Wife, Sea Wrack, Sea Puritans, A Son of the Sea, Frank Brown, etc.
Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley (1836). — Humorist and dramatist, ed. of Punch (1880–1906), to which he contributed Mokeanna, Strapmore, Happy Thoughts, etc. Has written over 120 plays, including Black-eyed Susan, The Colonel, Contrabandista, His Majesty, etc.
Burnett, Mrs. Frances Hodgson (1849). — Novelist and dramatist. That Lass o’ Lowrie’s (1877), Haworths (1879), A Fair Barbarian (1881), Through One Administration (1883), Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886), A Lady of Quality (1896), Making of a Marchioness (1901), etc. Plays, Phyllis, The Showman’s Daughter, Esmeralda, Little Lord Fauntleroy, etc.
Bury, John B., LL.D., etc. (1861). — Historian. History of the Later Roman Empire from Arcadius to Irene (1889), History of Greece to Death of Alexander the Great (1900), Life of St. Patrick (1905); has ed. Pindar’s Nemean Odes and Isthmian Odes, Gibbon’s Decline and Fall, and part of E.A. Freeman’s works.
Butcher, Samuel Henry, LL.D., etc. (1850). — Scholar. Prose Translation of the Odyssey (1879), with A. Lang, Some Aspects of the Greek Genius (1891–1904), Aristotle’s Theory of Poetry, (1895, 1903). etc.
Butler, Sir William Francis, G.C.B. (1838). — Traveller and biographer. The Great Lone Land (1872), The Wild North Land (1873), The Campaign of the Cataracts (1887), From Naboth’s Vineyard (1907), Lives of Gen. Gordon, Sir. C. Napier, Sir G.P. Colley, etc.
Cable, George Washington (1844). — American novelist. Old Creole Days (1879), The Grandissimes (1880), Madame Delphine (1881), Dr. Sevier (1884), John March (1884), The Cavalier (1901), Bylow Hill (1902), etc.
Caine, Hall (1853). — Novelist. — Shadow of a Crime (1885), Son of Hagar (1886), The Deemster (1887), The Bondman (1890), The Scapegoat (1891), The Manxman (1894), The Christian (1897), The Eternal City (1901), The Prodigal Son (1904), several of which have been dramatised. Has also written books on Rossetti and Coleridge.
Cambridge, Ada (Mrs. Cross) (1844). — Australian novelist. A Marked Man (1891), The Three Miss Kings (1891), A Little Minx (1893), Fidelis (1895), Materfamilias (1898), The Devastators (1901), A Happy Marriage (1906), The Eternal Feminine (1907), etc.
Campbell, Wilfred, LL.D. (1861). — Poet. Lake Lyrics (1889), Dread Voyage Poems (1893), Mordred and Hildebrand Tragedies (1895), Beyond the Hills of Dream (1899), Ian of the Orcades (1906) (novel), etc.
Castle, Egerton (1858). — Novelist. Consequences (1891), The Light of Scarthey (1895), The Jerningham Letters (1896), The Pride of Jennico (1898), Desperate Remedies (play), Young April (1899), The Secret Orchard (1899), Incomparable Bellairs (1904), Wroth (1908) (with Agnes Castle), etc.
Chambers, Robert William (1865). — American novelist. In the Quarter (1895), The Red Republic (1896), Lorraine, The Cambric Mask, The Maids of Paradise (1903), A Young Man in a Hurry (1906), The Fighting Chance (1907), etc.
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1874). — Essayist, etc. The Wild Knight, Greybeards at Play, Twelve Types, The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1904), Club of Queer Trades (1905), Heretics (1905), All Things Considered (1908), books on R. Browning, Dickens, G.F. Watts, G.B. Shaw, etc.
Cholmondeley, Mary. — Novelist. Diana Tempest, Red Pottage, Moth and Rust (1902), Prisoners (1906), etc.
Churchill, Winston (1871). — American novelist. The Celebrity, Richard Carvel (1899), The Crisis (1901), The Crossing (1903), Coniston (1906), Mr. Crewe’s Career (1908).
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, (see “Twain”).
Clifford, Mrs. W.K. (Lane). — Novelist, etc. Mrs. Keith’s Crime (1885), Love Letters of a Worldly Woman (1891), Aunt Anne (1893), A Woman Alone (1901), The Modern Way (1906), etc., and various plays.
Clodd, Edward (1840). — Scientific writer, etc. The Childhood of the World (1872), The Childhood of Religions (1875), Myths and Dreams (1885), Story of Primitive Man (1895), Primer of Evolution (1895), Animism (1906), etc.
Coleridge, Christabel Rose (1843). — Novelist. Lady Betty (1869), The Face of Carlyon (1875), An English Squire (1881), A Near Relation (1886), Waynflete (1893), The Winds of Cathrigg (1901), etc.
Colvin, Sidney, D.Litt. (1845). — Writer on art, etc. A Florentine Picture–Chronicle (1898), Early Engraving and Engravers in England (1906), Lives of Keats, Landor; ed. Letters of Keats and R.L. Stevenson, and the Edinburgh ed. of the latter’s works, etc.
“Connor, Ralph” (Rev. C.W. Gordon) (1860). — Novelist, etc. The Sky Pilot, The Man from Glengarry, The Doctor of Crow’s Nest, etc.
Conrad, Joseph. — Novelist. Almayer’s Folly (1895), An Outcast of the Islands (1896), Tales of Unrest (1898), Lord Jim (1900), Typhoon (1903), Nostromo (1904), The Mirror of the Sea (1906), The Secret Agent (1907).
Corelli, Marie (1864). — Novelist. A Romance of Two Worlds (1886), Vendetta (1886), Thelma (1887), Soul of Lilith (1892), Sorrows of Satan (1895), Mighty Atom (1896), Murder of Delicia (1896), Ziska (1897), The Master Christian (1900), God’s Good Man (1904), The Treasure of Heaven (1906), Holy Orders (1908).
Cotes, Mrs. Everard (Duncan) (1861). — Novelist. A Social Departure (1890), American Girl in London (1891), The Simple Adventures of a Mem Sahib, Story of Sunny Sahib, His Honour and a Lady, Pool in the Desert (1903), Set in Authority (1906), etc.
Courthope, William John, C.B., LL.D., etc. (1842). — Critic, biographer, etc. Ludibria Lunæ (1869), Paradise of Birds (1870), History of English Poetry (vol. vi. 1910), and Lives of Addison and Pope.
Courtney, Wm. Leonard, LL.D. (1850). — Critic, etc. Studies New and Old (1888), Dramas and Diversions (1900), The Literary Man’s Bible (1909), etc.
Craddock, Charles Egbert (see Murfree).
Crockett, Samuel Rutherford (1860). — Novelist and poet. The Stickit Minister (1893), The Raiders (1894), Lilac Sunbonnet (1894), Bog, Myrtle, and Peat (1895), Men of the Moss Hags (1895), Grey Man (1896), Standard Bearer (1898), Joan of the Sword Hand (1900), Love Idylls (1901), Me and Myn (1907), Bloom of the Heather (1908).
Crommelin, May De La Cherois. — Novelist. Queenie, My Love She’s but a Lassie, Orange Lily, For the Sake of the Family, Crimson Lilies, I Little Knew, etc.
Cunningham, William, D.D. (1849). — Economist, etc. Growth of English Industry and Commerce, Western Civilisation, Modern Civilisation, Use and Abuse of Money, Path Towards Knowledge, Rise and Decline of Free Trade, etc.
Cunninghame-Graham, Robert Bontine (1852). — Traveller, essayist, etc. Father Archangel of Scotland (1896), with Mrs. C.-G. Aurora la Cugini, Mogreb el Acksa, Journey in Morocco (1898), Thirteen Stories (1900), A Vanished Arcadia (1901), Life of Hernando de Soto (1903), etc.
Davis, Richard Harding (1864). — American novelist, etc. Soldiers of Fortune, The Princess Aline, In the Fog, Captain Macklin, Real Soldiers of Fortune (1906), also books on his adventures in Venezuela, Cuba, South Africa, etc.
De Morgan, William Frend (1839). — Novelist. Joseph Vance: An Ill-written Autobiography (1906), Alice-for-short: A Dichronism (1907), Somehow Good (1908), It Never can Happen Again (1909).
Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes. — Historical writer. Revolution and Reaction in Modern France, The Development of Parliament in the Nineteenth Century, The Greek View of Life, The Meaning of Good, Letters of John Chinaman, A Modern Symposium, Justice and Liberty (1909), etc.
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth, Bart., P.C., LL.D., etc. (1843). — Political writer. Greater Britain (1868), The Fall of Prince Floristan of Monaco, Problems of Greater Britain (1890), etc.
Dobson, Henry Austin, LL.D. (1840). — Poet and biographer. Poems, Vignettes in Rhyme (1873), Proverbs in Porcelain (1877), Old World Idylls (1883), At the Sign of the Lyre (1885). Prose, Thomas Bewick and his Pupils (1884), Eighteenth Century Vignettes (3 series, 1892, 1894, and 1896), Lives of Fielding (1883), Steele (1886), Goldsmith (1888), H. Walpole (1890), Hogarth (1891), Richardson (1892), etc. Ed. Diaries of Madame D’Arblay, J. Evelyn, etc.
Doughty, Arthur. — Historical and miscellaneous writer. Life and Works of Tennyson (1893), Song Story of Francesca and Beatrice (1896), The Siege of Quebec and Battle of the Plains of Abraham (6 vols. 1901–2), The Fortress of Quebec (1904), etc.
Doughty, Charles Montague. — Traveller and poet. Wanderings in Arabia (1908) (new ed. abridged from Arabia Deserta), The Dawn in Britain, Adam Cast Forth (1906), The Cliffs (1909).
Douglas, Sir George Brisbane Scott, Bart. (1856). — Poet and miscellaneous writer. Poems (1880), The Fireside Tragedy (1896), New Border Tales (1892), Poems of a Country Gentleman (1897), History of Border Counties, Lives of James Hogg and General Wauchope, etc.
Douglas, James (1869). — The Man in the Pulpit (1905), The Unpardonable Sin (1907), Theodore Watts–Dunton.
Dowden, Edward, LL.D., D.C.L. (1843). — Literary critic, etc. Shakespeare, his Mind and Art (1875), Shakespeare Primer (1877), Studies in Literature (1878), The French Revolution and English Literature (1897), A History of French Literature (1897), books on Shelley, Browning, Montaigne; ed. Shakespeare’s Sonnets, The Passionate Pilgrim (1883), the Correspondence of Henry Taylor, Works of Shelley, Wordsworth, etc.
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, LL.D. (1859). — Novelist. A Study in Scarlet (1887), Micah Clarke (1888), The Sign of Four (1889), White Company (1890), Firm of Girdlestone (1890), Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1891), Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1893), Exploits of Brigadier Gerard (1896), Uncle Bernac (1897), Sir Nigel (1906), etc.
Duclaux, Madame, (see Robinson, A.M.F.)
Dudeney, Mrs. Henry (Whiffin) (1866). — Novelist. A Man with a Maid (1897), Folly Corner, Men of Marlowe’s, Robin Brilliant, Wise Words, The Orchard Thief (1907), etc.
Edwards, Matilda Betham. — Novelist, etc. The White House by the Sea, Dr. Jacob, John and I, The Sylvesters, France of To-day, The Golden Bee (ballads) (1896), Anglo–French Reminiscences (1899), A Suffolk Courtship (1900), and Home Life in France (1905).
Edwards, Owen Morgan (1858). — Writer on Welsh history and literature. Story of Wales (1902), and several books (Tro yn yr Eidal, etc.) in Welsh, and has ed. various Welsh texts, etc.
Ellis, Robinson (1834). — Scholar. The Poems and Fragments of Catullus in the Metres of the Original (1871), A Commentary on Catullus (1876), The Ibis of Ovid, etc. (1881), The Fables of Avianus (1887), Noctes Manilianæ (1891), many separate lectures on classical subjects, etc.
Elton, Oliver (1861). — Critical writer, etc. The Augustan Ages (Periods of European Literature) (1890), Michael Drayton (1906); has ed. some of Milton’s poems and translated Mythical Books of Saxo Grammaticus’ Historia Danica.
Esler, Mrs. Erminda (Rentoul). — Novelist. The Way of Transgressors (1890), The Way they loved at Grimpat (1894), ’Mid Green Pastures (1895), Youth at the Prow (1898), Awakening of Helena Thorpe (1901), The Trackless Way (1904), etc.
Everett-Green, Miss Evelyn (1856). — Novelist, etc. Last of the Dacres (1886), Dare Lorimer’s Heritage (1892), French and English (1898), Heir of Hascombe Hall (1899), Dufferin’s Keep (1905), etc.
“Field, Michael”. — Poet (pen-name adopted by two ladies, understood to be Miss Bradley and Miss Cooper). Callirrhoé (1884), Brutus Ultor (1887), Fair Rosamund (1884), The Father’s Tragedy (1885), Stephania (1892), Canute the Great (1887), Anna Ruina (1899), Julia Danna (1903), and Wild Honey (1908).
Findlater, Jane Helen. — Novelist. Green Graves of Balgowrie, A Daughter of Strife, Rachel, Tales that are Told (with Mary Findlater), Story of a Mother, Stones from a Glass House, The Affair at the Inn (with K.D. Wiggin), The Ladder to the Stars (1906), etc.
Fisher, Herbert Albert Laurens (1865). — Historian. The Mediæval Empire (1898), Studies in Napoleonic Statesmanship (1903), A Political History of England (1906), etc.
Fison, Lorimer, D.D. (1832). — Anthropologist. Kamilaroi and Kurnai, Group Marriage and Marriage by Elopement (with A.W. Hewitt), Land Tenure in Fiji, Tales from Old Fiji, etc.
Fitzmaurice-Kelly, James (1858). — Writer on Spanish literature. Life of Cervantes (1892), History of Spanish Literature (1898), Lope de Vega and the Spanish Drama (1902), Cervantes in England (1905), ed. complete Works of Cervantes, etc.
Fleming, David Hay, LL.D. (1849). — Historian and antiquary. Charters of St. Andrews (1883), Martyrs and Confessors of St. Andrews (1887), Scotland after the Union of the Crowns (1890), Mary Queen of Scots (1897), Scottish History and Life (3 sections, 1902), Story of the Scottish Covenants.
Flint, Robert, D.D., LL.D. (1838). — Writer on philosophy, sociology, and theology. Philosophy of History in Europe (1874), Theism (1877), Anti–Theistic Theories (1879), Historical Philosophy in France (1894), Socialism (1894), Agnosticism (1903), etc.
Forman, Harry Buxton, C.B. (1842). — Biographer, etc. Our Living Poets (1871), ed. Works of Shelley (1876–80), Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne (1878), Poetical Works of John Keats, and books on E.B. Browning, W. Morris, etc.
Fowler, Ellen Thorneycroft (Mrs. Felkin). — Novelist, etc. Concerning Isabel Carnaby (1898), A Double Thread (1899), The Farringdons (1900), Fuel of Fire (1902), and with A.L. Felkin, Kate of Kate Hall (1904), In Subjection (1906), also some books of verse, etc.
Fox, John (1863). — American novelist. A Cumberland Vendetta, The Kentuckians, Blue Grass, Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, etc.
Fraser, Alexander Campbell, LL.D., D.C.L. (1819). — Philosopher. Essays in Philosophy (1846–56), Collected Works of Bishop Berkeley, annotated (1871), Life and Letters of Berkeley (1871), Locke’s Essay on the Human Understanding with Prolegomena, etc. (1894), Philosophy of Theism (1898), Biographia Philosophica (1904), etc.
Frazer, James George, LL.D., D.C.L., (1854). — Writer on comparative religion, etc. Totemism (1887), The Golden Bough (1890), Lectures on the Early History of the Kingship (1905), Adonis, Attis, Osiris, Studies in the History of Oriental Religion (1906), Questions on the Customs, Beliefs, and Languages of Savages (1907), etc.
Furness, Horace Howard, Ph.D., LL.D. (1833). — Shakespearian scholar. Variorum ed. of Shakespeare (1871).
Furnivall, Frederick James, Ph.D., D.Litt., (1825). — Scholar. Has ed. many publications in connection with the Early English Text, Chaucer, Ballad, New Shakespeare, and similar Societies, of several of which he was the founder.
Gairdner, James, C.B., LL.D. (1828). — Historian. Ed. in Rolls Series Memorials of Henry VII., Letters and Papers of the Reigns of Richard III. and Henry VII., Calendar of Henry VIII., vols. v. to xx., ed. the Paston Letters (1900), and various vols. for the Camden Society, author of England in the Early Chroniclers of Europe Series, a Life of Richard III., The English Church in the Sixteenth Century to the Death of Mary (1902), etc.
Galsworthy, John (1867). — Novelist and playwright. Novels: Jocelyn (1898), Villa Rubein (1900), The Island Pharisees (1904), The Man of Property (1906), The Country House (1907), A Commentary (1908), Fraternity (1909). Plays: The Silver Box (1906), Joy (1907), and Strife (1909), Justice (1910).
Galton, Sir Francis, F.R.S., D.C.L. (1822). — Traveller and anthropologist. Tropical South Africa (1853), Hereditary Genius (1869), English Men of Science, their Nature and Nurture (1874), Human Faculty (1883), Natural Inheritance (1889), Finger Prints (1893), Noteworthy Families (with E. Schuster) (1906), etc.
Gardner, Edmund Garratt (1869). — Miscellaneous writer. Dante’s Ten Heavens (1898), Story of Florence (1900), Dukes and Ports in Ferrara (1904), The King of Court Poets (1906), Saint Catherine of Siena (1907), Lyrical Poetry of Dante Alighieri (1910), etc.
Gardner, Ernest Arthur (1862). — Writer on Greek antiquities. Chapter on Inscriptions in Naukratis I. (1886), Naukratis II. (1888), Handbook of Greek Sculpture (1896–97), A Companion to Greek Studies (1905), etc.
Gardner, Percy, Litt.D., LL.D. (1846). — Writer on Greek art, etc. Part ed. of the British Museum Coin Catalogues (1873–86), The Parthian Coinage (1877), Samos and Samian Coinage (1882), The Types of Greek Coins (1883), New Chapters in Greek History (1892), Sculptured Tombs of Hellas (1896), Historic View of the New Testament (1901). etc.
Garnett, Constance (1862). — Translator of Novels and Tales of Turgenev (1895–99), etc.
Garnett, Edward (1868). — Dramatic critic, etc. An Imaged World (1894), The Breaking Point (a censored play, 1907).
Gasquet, Right Rev. Francis Aidan, D.D. (1846). — Historical writer. Henry VIII. and the English Monasteries (1888–89), Edward VI. and the Book of Common Prayer (1890), The Great Pestilence (1893), Sketch of Monastic Constitutional History (1896), Short History of the Catholic Church in England (1903), Lord Acton and his Circle, Parish Life in Mediæval England (1906), etc.
Giberne, Agnes. — Novelist and scientific writer. Tales, Conlyng Castle, Life Tangles, Roy, Stories of the Abbey Precincts, Rowena (1906), Astronomy, Sun, Moon, and Stars, Starry Skies, The World’s Foundations, Radiant Suns, etc.
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenk (1836). — Dramatist and humorist. The Palace of Truth (1870), Pygmalion and Galatea (1871), Trial by Jury (1878), Pinafore, Pirates of Penzance, Patience, Iolanthe, The Mikado, Yeomen of the Guard, Bab Ballads.
Gollancz, Israel, Litt.D. (1864). — Scholar. Ed. Cynewulf’s Christ (1892), Exeter Book of Anglo–Saxon Poetry (Early English Text Society), and ed. Temple Shakespeare (1894–96).
Gordon-Stables, William (1840). — Novelist and writer of boys’ books. Has written 136 books, including Cruise of the “Snowbird,“ Every Inch a Sailor, Our Humble Friends and Fellow–Mortals, Pirates’ Gold, Frank Hardinge, The Rose o’ Allandale, etc.
Gosse, Edmund, LL.D. (1849). — Poet and critic. On Viol and Flute (1873), King Erik (1876), New Poems (1879), Firdausi in Exile (1885), Collected Poems (1896), Seventeenth Century Studies (1883), History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1889), Secret of Narcisse (1892), The Jacobean Poets (1894), History of Modern English Literature (1897), French Profiles (1905), Father and Son (1908), and Lives of Gray (1882), Congreve (1888), P.H. Gosse (1890), Donne (1899), Jeremy Taylor (1904), C. Patmore (1905), Sir Thomas Browne (1905), etc.
Gould, Nathaniel (1857). — Sporting novelist. The Double Event (1891), Running it Off (1892), Thrown Away (1894), The Miner’s Cup (1896), A Gentleman Rider (1898), A Stable Mystery (1900), The Rajah’s Racer (1904), A Sporting Squatter (1906), A Run of Luck (1907), etc., and many others.
Grahame, Kenneth. — Novelist. Pagan Papers (1893), The Golden Age (1895), Dream Days (1898), and The Headswoman (1898).
Grand, Sarah (Clarke). — Novelist. Singularly Deluded, Ideala, The Heavenly Twins (1893), Our Manifold Nature (1894), The Modern Man and Maid (1898), Babs the Impossible (1900), etc.
Graves, Alfred Perceval (1846). — Writer of Irish songs, etc. Songs of Killarney (1872), Irish Songs and Ballads (1879), Father O’Flynn and other Irish Lyrics (1889), Irish Song Book (1894), The Post Bag (1902), etc.
“Gray, Maxwell” (Tuttiett). — Novelist. The Silence of Dean Maitland (1886), Reproach of Annesley (1888), An Innocent Impostor (1892), Sweethearts and Friends (1897), Four-leaved Clover (1891), The Great Refusal (1906), and several vols. of poetry, etc.
Grundy, Sydney (1848). — Dramatist. Mammon (1877), Silver Shield (1885), A White Lie (1889), A Fool’s Paradise (1889), Sowing the Wind (1893), The New Woman (1894), A Marriage of Convenience (1897), The Black Tulip (1899), etc.
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey (“F. Anstey”) (1856). — Novelist. Vice–Versa (1882), The Giant’s Robe (1883), The Black Poodle (1884), The Tinted Venus (1885), The Pariah (1889), Voces Populi, The Statement of Stella Maberley, Baboo Jabberjee, Love Among the Lions, The Travelling Companions, The Brass Bottle (1900), Salted Almonds (1906), etc.
Haggard, Henry Rider (1856). — Novelist, etc. The Witch’s Head (1885), King Solomon’s Mines (1886), She (1887), Jess (1887), Allan Quatermain (1887), Maiwa’s Revenge (1888), Cleopatra (1889), Beatrice (1890), Nada the Lily (1892), Montezuma’s Daughter (1894), Joan Haste (1895), A Farmer’s Year (1899), Lysbeth (1901), Rural England (1902), The Brethren (1904), A Gardener’s Year (1905), Ayesha (1905), The Poor and the Land (1905), Fair Margaret (1907), etc.
Hales, John Wesley (1836). — Scholar, co-ed. of Percy’s folio MS., ed. Longer English Poems, author of Shakespeare Essays and Notes, etc.
Hardy, Ernest George, D.Litt. (1852). — Writer on Roman History. Christianity and the Roman Government, A History of Jesus College, Studies in Roman History, ed. Plato’s Republic, book i. Juvenal’s Satires, etc.
Hardy, Thomas, LL.D. (1840). — Novelist. A Short Story (1865), Desperate Remedies (1871), Under the Greenwood Tree (1872), A Pair of Blue Eyes (1872–73), Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), Hand of Ethelberta (1876), Return of the Native (1878), The Trumpet Major (1879), A Laodicean (1870–71), Two on a Tower (1882), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1884–85), The Woodlanders (1886–87), Wessex Tales (1888), A Group of Noble Dames (1891), Tess of the D’Urberville’s (1891), Life’s Little Ironies (1894), Jude, the Obscure (1895), The Well–Beloved (1897), Wessex Poems (1898), Poems of the Past and the Present (1901), The Dynasts (drama), part i. (1904), and part ii. (1906), Time’s Laughing Stocks (1909).
Harraden, Beatrice (1864). — Novelist. Ships that Pass in the Night (1893), In Varying Moods (1894), Hilda Strafford (1897), The Fowler (1899), Katharine Frensham (1903), The Scholar’s Daughter (1903), also tales for children, etc.
Harris, Frank (1856). — Novelist, etc. Elder Conklin, The Man William Shakespeare (1898), Montes the Matador (1900). Play: Mr. and Mrs. Daventry. Formerly editor of Saturday Review and Fortnightly Review.
Harrison, Frederic, Litt.D. (1831). — Historical and miscellaneous writer. Meaning of History (1862), enlarged (1894), Order and Progress (1875), The Choice of Books (1886), Oliver Cromwell (1888), Annals of an Old Manor-house (1893), Victorian Literature (1895), Introduction to Comte’s Positive Philosophy, Tennyson, Ruskin, Mill, and Others (1899), Byzantine History in the Early Middle Ages (1900), Life of Ruskin (1902), Theophano (1904), Nicephorus, a Tragedy of New Rome (1906), The Creed of a Layman (1907), etc.
Harrison, Miss Jane Ellen, LL.D., etc. (1850). — Writer on Greek art and religion. Myths of the Odyssey in Art and Literature (1882), Introductory Studies in Greek Art (1885), Mythology and Monuments of Ancient Athens (1890) (with Mrs. A.W. Verrall), Prolegomena to Study of Greek Religion, etc.
Harrison, Mary St. Leger (“Lucas MALET”). — Novelist. Mrs. Lorimer (1882), Colonel Enderby’s Wife (1885), A Counsel of Perfection (1888), The Wages of Sin (1891), The Carissima (1896), History of Sir Richard Calmady (1901), etc.
Hassall, Arthur (1853). — Historian. Handbook of European History (1897), The Balance of Power (1715–89), in Periods of European History, of which he is ed. (1896), A Class Book of English History (1901), History of France (1901), The French People (1901), The Tudor Dynasty (1904), arranged Stubbs’ Introductions in Rolls Series, and other works of his, author of Lives of Bolingbroke, Louis XIV., Mazarin, etc.
Hawkins, Anthony Hope (“Anthony Hope”) (1863). — Novelist. The Prisoner of Zenda, The God in the Car, Dolly Dialogues, Rupert of Hentzau, Tristram of Blent, The King’s Mirror, The Intrusions of Peggy, Double Harness, Sophie of Kravonia, two plays, etc.
Hawthorne, Julian (1846). — Novelist, etc. Saxon Studies (1874), Archibald Malmaison (1878), Dust (1882), Fortune’s Fool (1883), Fool of Nature (1897), a Life of his father, Nathaniel H., etc.
Hayes, Alfred (1857). — Poet. Death of St. Louis (1885), The Last Crusade and other Poems (1886), The Vale of Arden (1895), etc.
Hazlitt, William Carew (1834). — Critic, etc. The Venetian Republic (1900), ed. Warton’s History of English Poetry, Biographical Collections and Notes (8 vols. 1876–1904), ed. Letters of Charles Lamb, Memoirs of William Hazlitt, The Lambs (1897), Shakespeare, the Man and his Works, Coins of Europe (1893–97), etc.
Herford, Charles Harold, Litt.D. (1853). — Scholar and critical writer. Studies in the Literary Relations of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century (1886), The Age of Wordsworth (1897), English Tales in Verse (1902), The Social History of the English Drama (1881); has done much work on Shakespeare, ed. Eversley Shakespeare (10 vols. 1899), and has made translations from Ibsen, etc.
Hewlett, Maurice Henry (1861). — Poet and novelist. Earthwork out of Tuscany (1895), The Masque of Dead Florentines (1895), Songs and Meditations (1897), Pan and the Young Shepherd (1898), The Forest Lovers (1898), Little Novels of Italy (1899), The Queen’s Quair (1904), The Stooping Lady (1907), etc.
Hichens, Robert Smythe (1864). — Novelist, etc. The Green Carnation, An Imaginative Man (1895), Tongues of Conscience (1900), Prophet of Berkeley Square (1901), The Call of the Blood (1906), and various plays, etc.
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth (1823). — American essayist, etc. Outdoor Papers, Malbone (a romance), Army Life in a Black Regiment, Oldport Days, Young Folks’ History of the United States, Common Sense about Women, Concerning all of Us, Cheerful Yesterdays (autobiography), Tales of the Enchanted Islands, etc.
Hocking, Rev. Joseph. — Novelist. Zillah (1892), The Birthright (1897), Esau (1904), Chariots of the Lord (1905), A Strong Man’s Vow (1907), etc.
Hocking, Rev. Silas Kitto (1850). — Novelist. Ivy (1881), Real Grit (1887), In Spite of Fate (1897), Gripped (1902), A Modern Pharisee (1907), etc.
Hodgkin, Thomas, D.C.L., etc. (1831). — Historian. Italy and her Invaders, 8 vols. (1880–1899), Letters of Cassiodorus (1886), Dynasty of Theodosius (1889), Life of Theodoric (1891), Life of Charles the Great (Foreign Statesmen Series) (1897), etc.
“Hope, Anthony”, (see Hawkins, Anthony Hope).
Hornung, Ernest William (1866). — Novelist. A Bride from the Bush (1890), The Boss of Taroomba, The Unbidden Guest (1894), Dead Men tell no Tales (1899), The Amateur Cracksman (1899), The Black Mask, A Thief in the Night (1905), etc.
Housman, Alfred Edward (1859). — Scholar, etc. A Shropshire Lad (1896), ed. Juvenal and other classics.
Housman, Laurence (1867). — Artist, poet, etc. The Writings of William Blake (1893), A Farm in Fairyland (1894), The House of Joy (1895), Green Arras (1896), Gods and their Makers (1897), Spikenard (1898), The Field of Clover (1898), Rue (1899), Sabrina Warham (1904), Prunella, or Love in a Dutch Garden (1906); has illustrated “Goblin Market,” “The Were Wolf,” “Jump to Glory Jane,” etc.
Howells, William Dean, D.Litt. (1837). — American novelist, etc. A Foregone Conclusion, A Chance Acquaintance, A Counterfeit Presentment, The Undiscovered Country, Modern Italian Poets, Indian Summer, Heroines of Fiction (1901), Miss Bellard’s Inspiration (1905), Through the Eye of the Needle (1907), etc.
Hudson, W.H. (1862). — Naturalist and traveller. The Purple Land (1885), The Naturalist in La Plata (1892), Idle Days in Patagonia (1893), British Birds (1895), Green Mansions (1904), A Crystal Age (1906), etc.
Hueffer, Ford Madox (1873). — Novelist, etc. The Brown Owl, The Inheritors and Romance (both with J. Conrad), The Face of the Night (1904), The Soul of London (1905), An English Girl (1907), A Call (1910), Life of Madox Brown, etc.
Hutton, Edward (1875). — Writer on Italian Art, etc. Italy and the Italians (1902), The Cities of Umbria (1905), The Cities of Spain (1906), Sigismondo Malatesta (1906), Giovanni Boccaccio (1910), etc.
Hutton, Rev. William Holden, B.D. (1860). — Historian, The Misrule of Henry III., The Church of the Sixth Century, Short History of the Church in Great Britain, The English Church (1625–1714), and Lives of Simon de Montfort, Laud, Sir T. More, etc.
Hyde, Douglas, LL.D. — Irish scholar. Beside the Fire, Love Songs of Connacht (1894), Three Sorrows of Story-telling (1895), Story of Early Irish Literature (1897), A Literary History of Ireland (1899), and various works in Irish; has ed. various Irish texts, and made translations into English.
Jacobs, Joseph (1854). — Writer on folk-lore and Jewish history. English Fairy Tales (1890), Celtic Fairy Tales (1891), Indian Fairy Tales (1892), Reynard the Fox (1895), Jews of Angevin England (1893), Sources of the History of the Jews in Spain (1895); has ed. various English classics, e.g., Caxton’s “Æsop” and Howell’s “Familiar Letters,” and many modern works, etc.
Jacobs, William Wymark (1863). — Novelist. Many Cargoes (1896), The Skipper’s Wooing (1897), A Master of Craft (1900), At Sunwich Port (1902), Odd Craft (1903), Dialstone Lane (1904), Short Cruises (1907). Plays (with Louis N. Parker), Beauty and the Barge, The Monkey’s Paw, etc.
James, Henry (1843). — American novelist and critic. A Passionate Pilgrim (1875), The American (1877), The Europeans (1878), Daisy Miller (1878), A Bundle of Letters (1879), Washington Square (1880), The Bostonians (1886), A London Life (1889), Terminations (1896), What Maisie Knew (1897), The Two Magics (1898), The Sacred Fount (1901), The Ambassador (1903), The American Scene (1907); in criticism, French Poets and Novelists (1878), Partial Portraits, etc.
James, William, LL.D., etc. (1842). — Psychologist. Principles of Psychology (1890), Human Immortality (1897), The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902), Pragmatism (1907), and The Meaning of Truth (1909).
Jerome, Jerome Klapka (1860). — Novelist, playwright, etc. On the Stage and Off (1885), Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1889), Three Men in a Boat (1891), Sketches in Lavender (1897), Paul Kelver (1902), Tommy & Co. (1904). Plays, The Passing of the Third Floor Back (1907), etc.
Jessop, Rev. Augustus, D.D. (1824). — Historian. One Generation of a Norfolk House (1878), History of the Diocese of Norwich (1879), Arcady for Better or Worse (1881), The Coming of the Friars (1885), Random Roaming (1896), Before the Great Pillage (1901), ed. works by Donne, etc.
Jewett, Sarah Orme (1849). — American novelist. Deephaven, The Country Doctor, etc.
Jones, Henry Arthur (1851). — Dramatist. A Clerical Error (1879), The Silver King (1882), Saints and Sinners (1884), The Middleman (1889), The Case of Rebellious Susan (1894), The Liars (1897), The Hypocrites (1906), etc.
Kidd, Benjamin (1858). — Sociologist, etc. Social Evolution (1894), Principles of Western Civilisation (1902), etc.
Kipling, Rudyard (1865). — Novelist, etc. Departmental Ditties (1886), Plain Tales from the Hills (1887), Soldiers Three, The Light that Failed (1891), The Jungle Books (1894 and 1895), Kim (1901), Puck of Pook’s Hill, etc. Also poems, Barrack–Room Ballads, The Seven Seas, and The Five Nations.
Lang, Andrew, D.Litt., etc. (1844). — Poet, critic, and folklorist. Ballads and Lyrics of Old France (1872), Ballads in Blue China (1880), Custom and Myth (1884), Books and Bookmen (1886), Mark of Cain (1886), Myth, Ritual, and Religion (1887), “Blue,” “Red,” “Green,” “Yellow,” “Pink,” and “Olive” Fairy Books (ed. 1889–1907), Sir Stafford Northcote (1890), Prince Ricardo of Pantouflia (1893), Homer and the Epic (1893), Life of J.G. Lockhart (1896), translation of Odyssey (with Prof. Butcher), and of Iliad (with Mr. Myers and Mr. W. Leaf), The Making of Religion (1898), History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation, vol. i., Prince Charles Edward (1901), The Mystery of Mary Stuart (1901), The Valet’s Tragedy (1903), John Knox and the Reformation (1905), etc.
Lane-Poole, Stanley, Litt.D., etc. (1854). — Historian and archæologist. Histories of the Moors in Spain (7th ed. 1904), The Mohammedan Dynasties (1893), The Mogul Emperors (1892), Art of the Saracens of Egypt (1886), The Story of Cairo, Lives of Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, E.W. Lane, Aurangzib Saladin, etc., edit. Lane’s Arabic Lexicon, etc.
Laughton, Sir John Knox (1830). — Writer on naval subjects, etc. Physical Geography in relation to the Prevailing Winds and Currents (1870), Studies in Naval History (1887), Nelson (English Men of Action) (1895), Nelson and his Companions in Arms (1896), Sea Fights and Adventures (1901); ed. Letters and Dispatches of Lord Nelson, From Howard to Nelson (1899), etc.
Law, William Arthur (1844). — Dramatic author. A Night Surprise (1877), Enchantment (1878), Castle Botherem (1880), Nobody’s Fault (1882), A Mint of Money (1884), The Judge (1890), Country Mouse (1902), Three Blind Mice (1906), etc.
Lawless, the Hon. Emily. — Novelist. Hurrish (1886), Story of Ireland (1887), Plain Frances Mowbray (1889), With Essex in Ireland (1890), A Garden Diary (1901), Book of Gilly (1906), etc.
Leaf, Walter, Litt.D. (1852). — Scholar and translator. The Iliad of Homer translated into English Prose (with A. Lang and E. Myers) (1882), Companion to the Iliad (1892), etc.
Lee, Sidney, D.Litt., LL.D. (1859). — Ed. of The Dictionary of National Biography (with Sir L. Stephen), Stratford on Avon from the Earliest Times to the Death of Shakespeare (1885), Life of Shakespeare (1898), A Life of Queen Victoria (1902), Shakespeare and the Modern Stage (1906), etc. Has also ed. various English texts.
Le Gallienne, Richard (1866). — Novelist and poet. Volumes in Folio (1888), The Religion of a Literary Man (1893), Quest of the Golden Girl (1896), Romance of Zion Chapel (1898), Sleeping Beauty (1900), New Poems (1909), etc.
Lilly, William Samuel (1840). — Philosopher, etc. Ancient Religion and Modern Thought (1884), Chapters in European History (1886), A Century of Revolution (1889), The Great Enigma (1893), Four English Humorists of the Nineteenth Century (1895), Renaissance Types (1901), Studies in Religion and Literature (1904).
Locke, William John (1863). — Novelist. At the Gate of Samaria (1895). The Demagogue and Lady Phayre (1896), A Study in Shadows (1896), The White Dove (1900), The Usurper (1901), The Beloved Vagabond (1906), etc.; also dramas, The Morals of Marcus, The Palace of Puck, Idols, etc.
Lockyer, Sir Joseph Norman, K.C.B., F.R.S. (1836). — Astronomer. Elementary Lessons in Astronomy (1870), Studies in Spectrum Analysis (1878), Star-gazing, Past and Present (1878), Chemistry of the Sun (1887), Dawn of Astronomy (1894), The Sun’s Place in Nature (1897), Stonehenge and other British Stone Monuments Astronomically Considered (1906–1907), etc.
Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph, F.R.S., LL.D. (1851). — Scientist and psychologist. Elementary Mechanics (1881), Modern Views of Electricity (1888, 1892, 1907), Signalling through Space without Wires (1894), Life and Matter: A Short Treatise on Fundamental Problems (1905), Electrons, or the Nature of Negative Electricity (1906), The Substance of Faith (1907), Man and the Universe: A Study of the Influence of Modern Discoveries on our Conception of Christianity (1908), The Ether of Space (1909), Survival of Man: A Study in Unrecognised Human Faculty (1909), etc.
Lodge, Richard, LL.D., etc. (1855). — Historian. Students’ Modern Europe, Richelieu (Foreign Statesmen Series), The Close of the Middle Ages, etc.
London, Jack (1876). — American novelist. The Son of the Wolf (1900), The God of his Fathers, Children of the Frost, People of the Abyss, Call of the Wild, Tales of the Fish Patrol (1905), The Road (1908), etc.
Low, Sidney James. — Journalist and miscellaneous writer. The Governance of England (1904), A Vision of India (1906), Dictionary of English History, etc.
Lucas, Edward Verall (1868). — Novelist. Ed. of Lamb, etc. The Open Road (1899), Old-fashioned Tales (1905), The Friendly Town (1905), Forgotten Tales of Long Ago (1906); ed. Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Life of C. Lamb (1905), books for children, etc.
Lyall, Sir Alfred Comyn, K.C.B., etc. (1835). — Poet and biographer. Verses written in India, British Dominion in India, Asiatic Studies, Lives of Warren Hastings, Lord Dufferin, etc.
M’carthy, Justin (1830). — Novelist and historian. Novels, Miss Misanthrope, Dear Lady Disdain, Maid of Athens, Red Diamonds, Mononia, etc.; historical works, History of our Own Times, Four Georges and William IV., Modern England, Reign of Queen Anne, Lives of Sir R. Peel, Pope, etc., Reminiscences, etc.
Mccarthy, Justin Huntly (1860). — Novelist and dramatist. Novels, Dolly, Marjorie, Flower of France, Needles and Pins, etc.; Ireland since the Union; plays, The candidate, My Friend the Prince, If I were King, etc.
Mackail, John William, LL.D., etc. (1859). — Scholar, etc. Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology (1890), Latin Literature (1895), Life of William Morris (1899), and translated Homer’s Odyssey in verse.
Mahaffy, John Pentland, LL.D., D.C.L., etc. (1839). — Scholar and writer on philosophy. Twelve Lectures on Primitive Civilisation (1868), Prolegomena to Ancient History (1871), Kant’s Critical Philosophy for English Readers (1871), History of Greek Literature (1880), Greek Life and Thought from Alexander to the Roman Conquest (1887), Empire of the Ptolemies (1896), The Silver Age of the Greek World (1906), etc.
Mahan, Alfred Thayer, D.C.L., LL.D. (1840). — American writer on naval history. Influence of Sea Power upon History (1890), Influence of Sea Power upon French Revolution and Empire (1892), The Interest of the United States in Sea Power (1897), Lessons of the War with Spain (1899), etc.
“Malet, Lucas,” (see Harrison, Mrs. Mary St. Leger).
Mallock, William Hurrell (1849). — Novelist and writer on politics, evolution, etc. The New Republic (1877), The New Paul and Virginia (1878), Studies of Contemporary Superstitions, Social Equality, Property and Progress, Classes and Masses (1896), Aristocracy and Evolution (1898), Religion as a Credible Doctrine (1902), Reconstruction of Belief (1905); novels, A Romance of the Nineteenth Century, The Old Order Changes, A Human Document, The Individualist, The Veil of the Temple.
“Mathers, Helen” (Mrs. Henry Reeves) (1853). — Novelist. Comin’ through the Rye, Cherry Ripe, My Lady Green-sleeves, Venus Victrix, Griff of Griffiths Court, The Ferryman, etc.
Matthews, James Brander, Litt.D., D.C.L., etc. (1852). — American critic, etc. French Dramatists of the Nineteenth Century, Introduction to the Study of American Literature, Aspects of Fiction, His Father’s Son, etc.
Maugham, William Somerset (1874). — Novelist. Liza of Lambeth (1897), The Making of a Saint (1898), The Hero (1901), Mrs. Craddock (1902), The Land of the Blessed Virgin (1905), The Bishop’s Apron (1906). Plays: Lady Frederick, Mrs. Dot, Smith, etc.
Maxwell, Sir Herbert Eustace, F.R.S., LL.D., etc. (1845). — Novelist, essayist, etc. Novels, Sir Lucian Elphin (1889), The Letter of the Law (1890), A Duke of Britain (1895), Chevalier of the Splendid Crest (1905), etc.; other writings, Meridiana, Noontide Essays (1892), Scottish Land Names (1894), Afternoon Essays (1895), Rainy Days in a Library (1896), Bruce and the Struggle for Scottish Independence, Memories of the Months (4 series), Story of the Tweed (1905), Lives of W.H. Smith, Wellington, Romney, etc.
“Meade, L.T.” (Mrs. Toulmin Smith). — Novelist. Scamp and I, A World of Girls, The Medicine Lady, Wild Kitty, Brotherhood of the Seven Kings, From the Hand of the Hunter, etc.
Meynell, Mrs. Alice (Thompson). — Poet and essayist. Preludes, The Rhythm of Life (1893), The Colour of Life (1896), The Flower of the Mind, Anthology of English Poetry (ed.), The Spirit of Place (1898), Later Poems (1901), a book on Ruskin, etc.
Mitchell, Silas Weir, M.D., LL.D. (1830). — American poet, novelist, and physician. Hephzibah Guinness (1880), Roland Blake (1886), Masque and other Poems (1888), Cup of Youth (poems), Characteristics (1892), When all the Woods are Green (1894), Adventures of François, etc., besides various medical works.
Mitford, Bertram. — Novelist. Romance of the Cape Frontier, Wind of Deadly Hollow, A Veldt Official, Ruby Sword, A Veldt Vendetta, etc.
Molesworth, Mrs. Mary Louisa (Stewart) (1839). — Novelist and writer for children. Carrots, Cuckoo Clock, Herr Baby, The Boys, etc.; novels, Hathercourt Rectory, The Laurel Walk, etc.
Moore, Frank Frankfort (1855). — Novelist and dramatist. Dawn (verse), Told by the Sea, I forbid the Banns (1893), The Jessamy Bride (1897), A Damsel or Two (1902), The King’s Messenger (1907), etc.; plays, A March Hare, The Queen’s Room, Kitty Clive, The Food of Love (1909), etc.
Moore, George (1857). — Novelist, playwright, and art critic. Flowers of Passion (verse) (1877), A Mummer’s Wife (1884), Literature at Nurse (1885), Vain Fortune (1890), Ideals in Ireland (1891), Modern Painting (1893), Esther Waters (1894), The Bending of the Bough (play), etc.
Morley, John, 1st Lord Morley of Blackburn, P.C., O.M., F.R.S., etc. (1838). — Biographer and essayist. Edmund Burke (1867), Critical Miscellanies (1871–77) (two series), Voltaire (1871), Rousseau (1873), On Compromise (1874), Diderot and the Encyclopædists (1878), Studies in Literature (1891), Oliver Cromwell (1900), Life of Gladstone (1903), etc.
Morrison, Arthur (1863). — Novelist. Tales of Mean Streets (1894), Martin Hewitt (1894), A Child of the Jago (1896), The Hole in the Wall (1902), etc.
Mullinger, James Bass (1834). — Historian. Cambridge Characteristics in the Seventeenth Century (1867), The Ancient African Church (1869), The New Reformation (1875), The Schools of Charles the Great (1876), The University of Cambridge from the Earliest Times to the Accession of Charles I., Introduction to English History (with S.R. Gardiner), History of St. John’s College, Cambridge (1901), etc.
Munro, Neil (1864). — Novelist, etc. The Lost Pibroch (1896), John Splendid (1898), Gillian the Dreamer (1899), Doom Castle (1901), The Shoes of Fortune (1901), Children of the Tempest (1903), The Daft Days (1907), etc.
Murfree, Mary Noailles (“Charles Egbert CRADDOCK”). — American novelist. In the Tennessee Mountains (1884), Down the Ravine (1885), The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains (1886), Story of Keedar Bluffs (1887), His Vanished Star (1894), The Juggler (1897), The Bushwhackers (1899), etc.
Murray, George Gilbert Aimee, LL.D. (1866). — Scholar. History of Ancient Greek Literature (1897), Euripidis Fabulæ adnotatione critica instructæ (1901 and 1904), Euripides, Verse Translations, Rise of the Greek Epic (1907), etc.
Murray, Sir James Augustus Henry, LL.D., D.C.L., etc. (1837). — Philologist. Ed. of New English Dictionary, Dialect of the Southern Counties of Scotland, has ed. various works for the Early English Text Society, etc.
“Nesbit, E.,” (see Bland, Mrs. Hubert).
Nicoll, Sir William Robertson, LL.D. (1851). — Journalist, poet, and essayist, etc. Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century (1895), Songs of Rest (two series), ed. Letters on Life, The Church’s One Foundation; has ed. Works of C. Bronté, Expositors’ Greek Testament, etc. Editor of British Weekly.
Norris, William Edward (1846). — Novelist. Heaps of Money (1877), Mademoiselle de Mersac, My Friend Jim, The Dancer in Yellow (1896), An Octave (1900), The Credit of the County (1902), Harry and Ursula (1907), etc.
Noyes, Alfred (1880). — Poet, etc. The Loom of Years (1902), The Flower of Old Japan (1903), Poems (1904), The Forest of Wild Thyme (1905), Drake (an English epic) (1906), William Morris (1907), The Enchanted Island (1909).
O’grady, Standish (1846). — Writer on Irish history and literature. History of Ireland, Heroic Period, vols. i. and ii., History of Ireland, Critical and Philosophical, vol. i., The Flight of the Eagle, The Bog of Stars, Finn and his Companions, Ulrick the Ready, The Chain of Gold, The Coming of Cuculain, etc.
Okey, Thomas. — Writer on topography and art. Venice and its Story, Paris and its Story, Venetian Palaces and Old Venetian Folk, Translator of Dante’s Purgatorio.
Oman, Charles William Chadwick, (1860). — Historian. A History of Greece (1888), Warwick the Kingmaker (1891), Short History of the Byzantine Empire (1892), A History of Europe, 476–918 (1893), Short History of England (1895), History of the Peninsular War, vols. i. and ii., etc.
Oppenheim, E. Phillips (1866). — Novelist. The Master Mummer, Mysterious Mr. Sabin, A Prince of Sinners, Conspirators, etc.
“Orczy, Baroness” (Mrs. Montagu BARSTOW). — Novelist and playwright. The Emperor’s Candlesticks, The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905), A Son of the People (1906), I will Repay (1906), etc.
Oxenham, John. — Novelist. God’s Prisoner (1898), John of Gerisau (1902), White Fire (1905), Giant Circumstance, The Long Road, etc.
Patrick, David, LL.D. (1849). — Ed. of Chambers’ Encyclopædia (1888–92), Chambers’ Cyclopædia of English Literature (1901–3), and Chambers’s Biographical Dictionary (with F.H. Groome) (1897).
Pain, Barry (1868). — Novelist, etc. In a Canadian Canoe (1891), Stories and Interludes (1892), Graeme and Cyril (1893), Kindness of the Celestial (1894), The Romantic History of Robin Hood (1898), Lindley Kays (1904), Wilhelmina in London (1906), Shadow of the Unseen (1907), etc.
Pasture, Mrs. Henry De La (Bonham). — Novelist and dramatist. The Little Squire (1894), A Toy Tragedy, Deborah of Tod’s (1897), Catherine of Calais (1901), Peter’s Mother (1905), The Tyrant (1909).
Paul, Herbert Woodfield (1853). — Historian and biographer. Men and Letters (1901), History of Modern England, Stray Leaves (1906), Queen Anne (1906), Lives of W.E. Gladstone, Matthew Arnold (English Men of Letters), Lord Acton, and Froude.
Pears, Sir Edwin (1835). — War correspondent, etc, Fall of Constantinople (1885), The Destruction of the Greek Empire (1903), etc.
Pemberton, Max (1863). — Novelist. The Sea Wolves (1894), The Impregnable City (1895), Christine of the Hills (1897), Pro Patria (1901), Dr. Xavier (1903), Red Morn (1904), The Hundred Days (1905), The Fortunate Prisoner (1909), etc.
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart (Mrs. H.D. Ward) (1844). — American novelist. The Gates Ajar (1869), Hedged In (1870), Story of Avis (1877), An Old Maid’s Paradise (1879), Beyond the Gates (1883), The Madonna of the Tubs (1887), The Gates Between (1887), Struggle for Immortality (1889), Come Forth (with H.D. Ward, 1890), Avery, Trixy (1904), etc.
Phillips, Claude. — Writer on art. Picture Gallery of Charles I., The Earlier Work of Titian, The Later Work of Titian, Lives of Reynolds, Watteau, etc.
Phillips, Stephen (1868). — Poet. Marpessa (1890), Eremus (1894), Christ in Hades (1896), Poems (1897), Paolo and Francesca (1899), Herod (1900), Ulysses (1902), The Sin of David (1904), Nero (1906), etc.
Phillpotts, Eden (1862). — Novelist. Down Dartmoor Way (1894), Lying Prophets (1896), Children of the Mist (1898), Sons of the Morning (1900), The River (1902), The Secret Woman (1905), The Whirlwind (1907), etc.
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing (1855). — Dramatist. The Magistrate, Sweet Lavender, The Profligate, The Weaker Sex, Lady Bountiful, The Second Mrs. Tanqueray, The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith, The Benefit of the Doubt, The Princess and the Butterfly, The Gay Lord Quex, His House in Order, Mid Channel, etc.
Pollard, Albert Frederick, F.R.Hist.S. (1869). — Historical writer. The Jesuits in Poland (1892), England under Protector Somerset (1900), Henry VIII. (Gougiel Series, 1902), Life of Thomas Cranmer (1904), etc., and has contributed largely to The Dictionary of National Biography, and to the Cambridge Modern History, and ed. Political Pamphlets, Tudor Tracts, etc.
Pollard, Alfred William (1859). — Bibliographer, etc. Books about Books (1893), Bibliographica (1894–96), Early Illustrated Books (1893), Italian Book Illustrations (1894), etc.; and has ed. English Miracle Plays (1890), Herrick, Chaucer (Globe ed.), etc.
Pollock, Walter Herries (1850). — Poet and miscellaneous writer. The Modern French Theatre (1878), Verse, Old and New, Sealed Orders and other Poems, Lectures on French Poets, A Nine Men’s Morrice, King Zub, Jane Austen, her Contemporaries and Herself, etc.
Poole, Reginald Lane, Ph.D. (1857). — Historical writer. History of the Huguenots of the Dispersion (1880), Illustrations of the History of Modern Thought (1884), Wycliffe and Movements for Reform (1889), Historical Atlas of Modern Europe (1897–1902), etc.
Praed, Mrs. Rosa Caroline Mackworth (“Mrs. Campbell Praed”) (1851). — Australian novelist. Policy and Passion (1881), Nadine (1882), The Head Station (1885), Miss Jacobsen’s Chance (1887), December Roses (1893), The Insane Root, The Luck of the Leura (1907), etc.
Prevost, Francis, (see Battersby).
Prothero, George Walter, Litt.D., LL.D., etc. (1848). — Historian. Life and Times of Simon de Montfort (1877), Memoir of Henry Bradshaw (1889), ed. Voltaire’s Louis Quatorze, Select Statutes, etc., of Elizabeth and James I., co-ed. of Cambridge Modern History, etc.
Prothero, Rowland Edmund, M.V.O. (1852). — Biographer, etc. Life and Correspondence of Dean Stanley (1893), ed. Letters of Edward Gibbon, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, The Psalms in Human Life, etc.
Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas (“Q”) (1863). — Novelist. Dead Man’s Rock (1887), Troy Town (1888), The Splendid Spur (1889), The Blue Pavilions (1891), The Golden Pomp (1895), The Ship of Stars (1899), Shining Ferry (1905), finished R.L. Stevenson’s St. Ives, etc.
“Raimond, C.E.,” (see Robins, Elizabeth).
Raleigh, Walter (1861). — Biographer and critic. The English Novel (1894), Robert Louis Stevenson (1895), Style (1897), books on Shakespeare, Milton, and Wordsworth, etc.
Reeves, Mrs. H., (see Mathers, Helen).
Rhys, Ernest (1859). — Poet, novelist, etc. A London Rose (verse), The Fiddler of Carne (1896), Welsh Ballads (1898), The Whistling Maid (1900), The Man at Odds, Gwenevere (play); has ed. the Camelot Series (1886–91), Dekker’s Plays in Mermaid Series, etc.
Rhys, Mrs. Grace (1865). — Novelist and essayist. Mary Dominic (1898), The Wooing of Sheila (1901), The Bride (1909), Five Beads on a String (essays) (1907), etc.
Rhys, Sir John, D.Litt. (1840). — Celtic philologist. Celtic Britain (1882), Studies in the Arthurian Legend (1891), Celtic Folklore (1901), etc.
Ridge, William Pett. — Novelist. A Clever Wife (1895), Mord Em’ly (1898), A Son of the State (1899), Erb (1903), Mrs. Galer’s Business (1905), The Wickhamses (1906), Name of Garland (1907), etc.
Riley, James Whitcomb (1858). — American poet and humorist. The Old Swimmin’ Hole (1883), Pipes o’ Pan at Zekesbury (1887), Rhymes of Childhood (1889), Old-fashioned Roses (1891), Green Fields and Running Brooks (1893), A Child World (1896), While the Heart beats Young (1906), etc.
Ritchie, Mrs. Anne Isabella (Thackeray) (1837). — Novelist, etc. The Story of Elizabeth (1863), The Village on the Cliff (1865), To Esther (1869), Old Kensington (1873), Blue Beard’s Keys (1874), Miss Angel (1875), Mrs. Dymond (1885), etc.
Roberts, Charles George Douglas (1860). — Canadian poet and naturalist. In verse, Orion (1880), In Divers Tones (1887), Songs of the Common Day (1893), New York Nocturnes (1898), Book of the Rose (1903); prose, The Raid from Beauséjour (1894), Around the Camp Fire (1896), The Forge in the Forest (1897), The Kindred of the Wild (1902), Haunters of the Silences (1907), etc.
Robertson, John Mackinnon (1856). — Critic, etc. Buckle and his Critics, Montaigne and Shakespeare, The Dynamics of Religion, History of Free Thought, Christianity and Mythology, Introduction to English Politics, Short History of Christianity, Essays in Ethics and Sociology, etc.
Robins, Elizabeth (“C.E. Raimond”). — American novelist and actress. New Moon (1895), Below the Salt (1896), The Open Question (1898), The Convert (1907), etc.
Robinson, Agnes Mary Frances (Mme. Duclaux) (1857). — Poetess. A Handful of Honeysuckles (1878), The Crowned Hippolytus (1881), Arden (novel) (1883), The New Arcadia (1884), Italian Garden (songs) (1886), A Mediæval Garland (1897), The Fields of France (1903), The End of the Middle Ages, books in French on Froissart, Renan, etc.
Rose, John Holland, Litt.D. (1855). — Historical and biographical writer. A Century of Continental History, The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, Napoleonic Studies, Life of Napoleon I. (1902), The Development of the European Nations, 1870–1900 (1905), etc.
Rosebery (Archibald Philip Primrose), 5th Earl of, K.G., K.T., LL.D., etc. (1847). — Statesman and biographical writer. Pitt (1891), Appreciations and Addresses (1899), Sir Robert Peel (1899), Napoleon, the Last Phase (1900), and Oliver Cromwell (1900).
Rossetti, William Michael (1829). — Biographer, ed., etc. Translator of Dante’s Hell (1865), Lives of Famous Poets (1878), Life of Keats (1887), Memoir of Dante G. Rossetti, and has ed. many poets, etc.
Russell, William Clark (1844). — Novelist. John Holdsworth, Chief Mate (1874), A Sailor’s Sweetheart (1877), An Ocean Tragedy (1881), The Convict Ship (1895), List, ye Landsmen (1897), Overdue (1903), The Yarn of Old Harbour Town (1905), etc.
Saintsbury, George Edward Bateman, LL.D., D.Litt., etc. (1845). — Critic and biographer. Short History of French Literature, etc. (1882), Essays in English Literature (1890), Nineteenth Century Literature (1896), A History of Criticism (1900–4), History of English Prosody, vol. i. (1906), etc., Lives of Dryden (English Men of Letters) and Sir W. Scott, etc.
Sandys, John Edwin, Litt.D. (1844). — Scholar; joint ed. of Dictionary of Classical Mythology, Religion, etc. (1891), History of Classical Scholarship from Sixth Century, B.C., to the End of the Middle Ages (1903), History of Classical Scholarship from Revival of Learning to Present Day (1907), etc.; has produced many ed. of classics.
Sayce, Archibald Henry, D.Litt., LL.D., etc. (1846). — Orientalist and philologist, etc. Principles of Comparative Philology (1874), Babylonian Literature (1877), Monuments of the Hittites (1881), Ancient Empires of the East (1884), Races of the Old Testament (1891), Babylonians and Assyrians (1900), Archæology of Cuneiform Inscriptions (1907), etc.
Seaman, Owen (1861). — Parodist, etc. Oedipus and the Wreck (1888), Horace at Cambridge (1894), In Cap and Bells (1899), A Harvest of Chaff (1904), etc. Ed. of Punch since 1906.
Seccombe, Thomas (1866). — Miscellaneous writer. Twelve Bad Men (1894), The Age of Johnson (1900), The Age of Shakespeare (with J.W. Allen, 1903), Bookman History of English Literature (1905–6), In Praise of Oxford, etc.; was assistant ed. of The Dictionary of National Biography.
Seton, Ernest Thompson (“Seton Thompson”) (1860). — Naturalist. Wild Animals I have Known (1898), Biography of a Grizzly, Two Little Savages, books on natural history of Manitoba, etc.
Shaw, George Bernard (1856). — Novelist, critic, and dramatist. Novels, The Irrational Knot, Cashel Byron’s Profession, etc.; Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant (1898), Three Plays for Puritans (1900), Man and Superman (1903), The Doctor’s Dilemma (1906), The Devil’s Disciple (1907), etc.
Shiel, Matthew Phipps (1865). — Novelist. The Rajah’s Sapphire, Shapes in the Fire, The Yellow Danger, Unto the Third Generation, etc.
Shorter, Clement King (1858). — Journalist and biographer. Charlotte Bronté and her Circle (1896), Sixty Years of Victorian Literature (1897), Charlotte Bronté and her Sisters (1905), The Brontés and their Correspondents (1907), Life of George Borrow (1907); is ed. of the Sphere.
Shorter, Dora Sigerson. — Poetess. The Fairy Changeling and other Poems (1897), Ballads and Poems (1899), The Father Confessor (1900), As the Sparks Fly Upward (1904), Through Wintry Terrors (1907), etc.
Sims, George Robert (1847). — Novelist and dramatist, etc. The Dagonet Ballads, Memoirs of Mary Jane, Ten Commandments, Once upon a Christmas Time (1898), Joyce Pleasantry, etc.; plays, Crutch and Tooth-pick, Mother-inLaw, The Lights o’ London, Harbour Lights, etc.
Sinclair, Miss May. — Novelist, etc. Nakietas and other Poems, Audrey Craven, Two Sides of a Question, The Divine Fire, The Helpmate, etc.
Skeat, Rev. Walter William, Litt.D., LL.D. (1835). — Philologist and Early English scholar; has ed. Langland’s Piers Plowman, The Lay of Havelock, Barbour’s Bruce, and other early English texts, a complete ed. of Chaucer, 6 vols. (1894), and of many of his works separately, and is author of An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, Principles of English Etymology, and books on the place-names of the counties of Cambridge, Huntingdon, Herts, and Bedford, etc.
Smeaton, Wm. Henry Oliphant, M.A. (1856). — Novelist, etc. By Adverse Winds (1895), Our Laddie (1897), Treasure Cave of the Blue Mountains (1899), A Mystery of the Pacific (1899), William Dunbar and his Times (1898), English Satires and Satirists (Warwick Library, 1899), The Medici and the Italian Renaissance (1901), and has ed. numerous English classics.
Smith, Mrs. Burnett (“Annie S. SWAN”). — Novelist. Aldersyde, Carlowrie, A Lost Ideal, A Divided House, Not Yet (1898), etc.
Smith, George Adam, D.D., LL.D. (1856). — Biblical scholar, etc. The Book of Isaiah (1888–90), Historical Geography of the Holy Land (1894), Jerusalem (1907), etc.
Smith, George Gregory (1865). — Critic, etc. The Days of James IV., The Transition Period (of European literature of the fifteenth century), Specimens of Middle Scots (1902), Elizabethan Critical Essays (1904), etc.
Smith, Goldwin, D.C.L. (1823). — Essayist and writer on politics, etc. Three English Statesmen, Lectures on the Study of History, Rational Religion and Rationalistic Objections, The Political Destiny of Canada, Guesses at the Riddle of Existence, Revolution or Progress, etc.; books on Cowper, Miss Austen, etc.
Smith, Mrs. Toulmin, (see “L.T. Meade”).
Stacpoole, H. De Vere. — Novelist. Fanny Lambert, The Crimson Azaleas, The Blue Lagoon (1907), Patsy (1908), The Pools of Silence (1909).
Stannard, Mrs. Arthur (“John Strange Winter”) (1856). — Novelist. Bootle’s Baby, Army Society, Beautiful Jim, The Soul of the Bishop, Grip, He went for a Soldier, The Truth-tellers, A Name to Conjure With, A Blaze of Glory, Marty, Jimmy, The Ivory Box (1909), etc.
Steel, Mrs. Flora Annie (Webster) (1847). — Novelist. Wide-awake Stories (1884), From the Five Rivers (1893), The Potter’s Thumb (1894), Tales from the Punjab (1894), Red Rowans (1895), On the Face of the Waters (1896), Voices in the Night (1900), A Sovereign Remedy (1906), etc.
Stewart, John Alexander, LL.D. (1846). — Scholar. The English MSS. of the Nicomachean Ethics (1882), Notes on the Nicomachean Ethics (1902), article Ethics in Encyclopædia Britannica (1902), and The Myths of Plato (1905).
“Swan, Annie S.”, (see Mrs. Burnett Smith).
Symonds, Miss E.M. (“George PASTON”). — Novelist, etc. A Modern Amazon (1894), A Bread and Butter Miss (1894), The Career of Candida (1896), A Fair Deceiver (1897), Little Memoirs of the Eighteenth Century (1901), Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century (1902), Side–Lights on the Georgian Period (1902), books on Mrs. Delaney, G. Romney, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, etc.
Symons, Arthur (1865). — Poet and critic. An Introduction to the Study of Browning (1886), Days and Nights (1889), London Nights (1895), The Symbolist Movement in Literature (1899), Images of Good and Evil (1900), Studies in Seven Arts (1906), etc.
Temple, Sir Richard Carnac, C.I.E. (1850). — Orientalist, etc. Wide-awake Stories (Punjab Folk Tales) (1884), with Mrs. F.A. Steel, Legends of the Punjab (1883–90), ed. various works dealing with the religions and geography of India, etc.
Thomas, Annie (Mrs. Pender Cudlip). — Novelist. Sir Victor’s Choice, Denis Doune (1862), Comrades True (1900), The Diva (1901), The Cleavers of Cleaver (1902), Social Ghosts (1903), etc.; has written over 100 novels and tales.
Thomas, Edward. — Reviewer and miscellaneous writer. Book of the Open Air, Horæ Solitaræ, Oxford, Beautiful Wales, The Heart of England, Life and Writings of Richard Jefferies.
Tout, Thomas Frederick (1855). — Historian. Analysis of English History (1891), Edward I. (12 English Statesmen series) (1893), The Empire and the Papacy (1898), History of Great Britain (1902–6), Germany and the Empire (Cambridge Modern History), etc.
Trench, Herbert (1865). — Poet, etc. Deirdre Wedded (1901), Apollo and the Seaman, The Questioners (1907), etc.
Trevelyan, George Macaulay (1876). — Historical writer. England in the Age of Wycliffe (1899), England under the Stuarts (1904), The Poetry and Philosophy of George Meredith (1906), Garibaldi’s Defence of the Roman Republic (1907), etc.
Trevelyan, Sir George Otto, P.C., LL.D., etc. (1838). — Statesman, biographer, etc. The Competition Wallah (1864), Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay (1876), The Early History of C.J. Fox (1880), Interludes in Prose and Verse (1905).
Trowbridge, John Townsend (1827). — American poet, etc. Poems, The Vagabonds, The Book of Gold, The Emigrant’s Story, A Home Idyll, The Lost Earl; books for the young, The Little Master, Tide Mill, The Pocket Rifle, The Kelp Gatherers, Jack Hazard Stories, Fortunes of Toby Trafford, etc.; novels, Neighbours’ Wives, Coupon Bonds, etc.
“Twain, Mark” (Samuel Langhorne Clemens), D.Litt. (1835). — American humorist. The Jumping Frog (1867), The Innocents Abroad (1869), Roughing It (1872), Sketches New and Old (1873), Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876), A Tramp Abroad (1880), The Prince and the Pauper (1880), Life on the Mississippi (1883), Huckleberry Finn (1885), The American Claimant (1892), Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894), Christian Science (1907), etc.
Tylor, Edward Burnett, LL.D., F.R.S. (1832). — Anthropologist. Anahuac, Mexico, and the Mexicans (1859), Researches into the Early History of Mankind (1865), Primitive Culture (1871), and Anthropology (1881).
“Tynan, Katharine” (Mrs. Tynan Hinkson) (1861). — Novelist and verse writer. Louise de la Vallière (1885), Shamrocks (1887), Ballads and Lyrics (1890), Cuckoo Songs (1894), A Cluster of Nuts (1894), An Isle in the Water, The Way of a Maid (1895), Miracle Plays (1896), A Lover’s Breast Knot (1896), The Handsome Brandons, The Wind in the Trees (poems) (1898), The Dear Irish Girl, She Walks in Beauty (1899), Three Fair Maids (1900), That Sweet Enemy (1901), Love of Sisters (1902), A Red Red Rose (1903), Judy’s Lovers (1905), A Yellow Domino (1906), For Maisie (1907), Her Mother’s Daughter (1909), etc.
Tyrrell, Robert Yelverton, LL.D., D.C.L. (1844). — Scholar. Has translated Acharnians of Aristophanes into English verse (1883), author of Cicero in his Letters (1896), Latin Poetry (1893), Echoes of Kottabos (with Sir E. Sullivan) (1906), has ed. various classics.
Upward, Allen (1863). — Novelist, etc. Songs in Zïklag (1888), The Prince of Balkistan (1895), A Crown of Straw (1896), Secrets of the Courts of Europe (1897), A Day’s Tragedy (1897), Treason (1903), Secret History of To-day (1904), A Flash in the Pan (comedy) (1896).
Vachell, Horace Annesley (1861). — Novelist. Romance of Judge Kitchener (1894), Quicksands of Pactolus (1896), A Drama in Sunshine (1897), The Procession of Life (1899), John Charity (1900), The Pinch of Prosperity (1903), The Hill (1905), The Face of Clay (1906), and Her Son (1907).
Vambery, Arminius, C.V.O., etc. (1832). — Traveller, etc. Travels in Central Asia (1864), Sketches of Central Asia (1867), History of Bokhara (1873), The Coming Struggle for India (1885), Western Culture in Eastern Lands (1906), Arminius Vambery, his Life and Adventures (1883).
Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred (1853). — Novelist, etc. The Scorpion (1894), A Path of Thorns (1901), The Lover’s Progress (1902), has ed. most of E. Zola’s works, etc.
Walford, Mrs. Lucy Bethia (1845). — Novelist. Mr. Smith (1874), Pauline (1877), Troublesome Daughters (1880), The Baby’s Grandmother (1885), The History of a Week (1886), A Stiff-necked Generation (1888), A Sage of Sixteen (1889), The Mischief of Monica (1891), The Matchmaker (1893), Frederick (1895), The Intruders (1898), A Dream’s Fulfilment (1892), The Enlightenment of Olivia (1907), etc.
Wallace, Alfred Russel, F.R.S., LL.D., etc. (1823). — Naturalist and evolutionist. Travels on the Amazon (1853), Palm Trees of the Amazon (1853), The Malay Archipelago (1869), Natural Selection (1870), The Geographical Distribution of Animals (1876), Tropical Nature (1878), Australasia (1879), Island Life (1880), Darwinism (1889), Studies Scientific and Social (1900), Man’s Place in the Universe (1903), My Life (1905), etc.
Ward, Adolphus William, Litt.D., LL.D. (1837). — Historian and critic. The House of Austria in the Thirty Years’ War (1869), A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne (1875), Lives of Chaucer (1880) and Dickens (1882) (English Men of Letters Series), The Counter Reformation (1888), translated Curtius’s History of Greece, ed. Pope’s poetical works (Globe), Poems of John Byrom, and various other works, etc.
Ward, Mrs. Humphrey (Arnold) (1851). — Novelist. Milly and Olly (1881), Miss Bretherton (1886), Robert Elsmere (1888), The History of David Grieve (1892), Marcella (1894), Sir George Tressady (1896), Helbeck of Bannisdale (1898), Lady Rose’s Daughter (1903), The Marriage of William Ashe (1905) Fenwick’s Career (1906); plays, Eleanor (1902), Agatha (1905), etc.
Watson, Henry Brereton Marriott (1863). — Novelist, etc. Lady Faintheart (1890), The Web of the Spider (1891), Diogenes of London (1893), At the First Corner (1895), The Heart of Miranda (1897), The Princess Xenia (1899), The House Divided (1901), Captain Fortune (1904), Twisted Eglantine (1905), The Privateers (1907), etc.
Watson, William, LL.D. (1858). — Poet. The Prince’s Quest (1880), Epigrams of Art, Life and Nature (1884), Wordsworth’s Grave (1890), Lachrymæ Musarum (1892), Lyric Love (1892), The Eloping Angels (1893), Excursions in Criticism (1893), Odes and other Poems (1894), The Father of the Forest (1895), The Purple East (1896), The Year of Shame (1896), The Hope of the World (1897), Collected Poems (1898), Ode on the Coronation of King Edward VII. (1902), For England (1903), and New Poems (1909).
Watts-Dunton, Theodore (1832). — Poet, novelist, and critic. The Coming of Love, Rhona Boswell’s Story (1897), Aylwin (1898), Christmas at the Mermaid, The Renascence of Wonder (1903), ed. Borrow’s Lavengro and Romany Rye; article Poetry in Encyclopædia Britannica, and many other articles in the same.
Waugh, Arthur (1866). — Critic. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, a Study (1892), Robert Browning (in Westminster Biographies), has ed. Johnson’s Lives of the Poets, Dickens, Milton, Lamb, Tennyson, etc.
Wedmore, Frederick (1844). — Writer on art, etc. Pastorals of France, Renunciations, English Episodes, Orgeás and Miradou, Studies in English Art, Méryon, Etching in England, Whistler’s Etchings, Fine Prints, On Books and Arts, The Collapse of the Penitent (novel), etc.
Wells, Herbert George, B.Sc., etc. (1866). — Novelist. Select Conversations with an Uncle (1895), The Time Machine (1895), The Stolen Bacillus (1895), The Wonderful Visit, The Wheels of Chance, The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896), The Invisible Man (1897), The War of the Worlds (1898), When the Sleeper Wakes (1899), The First Men in the Moon (1901), Mankind in the Making (1903), The Food of the Gods (1904), A Modern Utopia (1905), The War in the Air (1908), Tono–Bungay, Ann Veronica (1909), etc.
Wendell, Barrett (1855). — American critic, etc. William Shakespeare (1894), A Literary History of America (1900), Raleigh in Guiana, etc. (1902), The Temper of the Seventeenth Century in English Literature (1904), The France of To-day (1907), etc.
Werner, Alice (1859). — Miscellaneous writer. A Time and Times (poems) (1886), O’Driscoll’s Weird (1892), The Humour of Italy (1892), The Humour of Holland (1893), The Captain of the Locusts (1899), Chapinga’s While Man (1901), Native Races of British Central Africa (1906).
Weyman, Stanley John (1855). — Novelist. The House of the Wolf (1890), Francis Cludde (1891), A Gentleman of France (1893), Under the Red Robe (1894), My Lady Rotha (1894), The Red Cockade (1895), The Man in Black (1896), Shrewsbury (1897), The Castle Inn (1898), Sophia (1900), The Long Night (1903), The Abbess of Vlaye (1904), Starvecrow Farm (1905), Laid up in Lavender (1907).
Wharton, Edith (Jones) (1862). — American novelist. The Great Inclination (1889), A Gift from the Grave, Crucial Instances (1901), The Valley of Decision (1902), Sanctuary (1903), Italian Backgrounds (1905), The House of Mirth (1905), Madame de Treymes (1907), The Fruit of the Tree (1907).
Whibley, Charles. — Critic and reviewer. A Book of Scoundrels, Studies in Frankness, The Pageantry of Life, Thackeray (1903), William Pitt (1906).
Whishaw, Fred. — Novelist. The Emperor’s Englishman, Out of Doors in Tsarland, Boris the Bear–Hunter, The Romance of the Woods, Harold the Norseman (1896), The White Witch (1897), A Race for Life (1898), The Diamond of Evil (1902), A Splendid Impostor (1903), The Great Green God (1906), The Secret Syndicate (1907).
White, William Hale (c. 1830). — Novelist, etc. The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford (1885), Mark Rutherford’s Deliverance (1885), The Revolution in Tanner’s Lane (1887), Miriam’s Schooling (1890), Catherine Furze (1889), Clara Hopgood (1896), translated Spinoza’s Ethics, Pages from a Journal (1900).
Whiteing, Richard (1840). — Novelist, etc. The Democracy (1876), No. 5 John Street (1899), The Yellow Van (1903), Ring in the New (1906), All Moonshine (1907).
Whitney, Adeline Dutton (Train) (1824). — American novelist. Faith Gartney’s Girlhood, The Gayworthys, Hitherto, Leslie Goldthwaite, Real Folks, Homespun Yarns; poems, Pansies, Daffodils, Holy Tides, Bird Talk, etc.
Wicksteed, Rev. Philip Henry (1844). — Writer on Dante, political economy, etc. Translation of the Bible for Young People (1882), Alphabet of Economic Science (1888), Henrik Ibsen (1892), Dante, Six Sermons (1895), Trans.: De Witte’s Select Essays on Dante (with C.M. Laurence) (1898), Trans.: Dante’s Paradiso (1899), Dante and Del Virgilio (with E.G. Gardner) (1901), Studies in Theology (with J.E. Carpenter) (1903), Further Translations of Dante’s Convivio (1903), Early Lives of Dante (1904), Dante’s Latin Works (1904), etc.
Wiggin, Kate Douglas (Mrs. George C. Riggs). — American novelist. Timothy’s Quest, Polly Oliver’s Problem, The Story of Patsy, Penelope’s Experiences, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, etc.
Wilkins, Mary Eleanor (Mrs. C.M. Freeman) (1862). — American story-writer. A New England Nun, Young Lucretia, A Humble Romance, A Faraway Melody, Giles Cory, The Wind in the Rosebush, The Debtor, etc.
“Winter, John Strange,” (see Mrs. Arthur Stannard).
Winter, William (1836). — American critic, etc. Shakespeare’s England, Grey Days and Gold, Old Shrines and Ivy Brown Heath and Blue Bells, Life and Art of Edwin Booth, The Stage Life of Mary Anderson, etc.
Wright, William Aldis, LL.D., etc. — English scholar. Joint ed. of Globe Shakespeare and of the Cambridge Shakespeare. Bible Word–Book and many other English Classics, Letters and Literary Remains of Edward Fitzgerald (1889), The Works of Edward Fitzgerald (7 vols. 1903), etc.
Yeats, William Butler (1865). — Poet. The Wanderings of Oisin (1889), The Countess Kathleen (1892), The Celtic Twilight (1893), A Book of Irish Verse (1895), Poems (1895), The Secret Rose (1897), The Wind Among the Reeds (1899), The Shadowy Waters (1900), Ideas of Good and Evil (1903), etc.
Zangwill, Israel (1864). — Novelist. Children of the Ghetto (1892), Merely Mary Ann (1893), Ghetto Tragedies (1893), The King of Schnorrers (1894), Dreamers of the Ghetto (1898), They that Walk in Darkness (1899), The Mantle of Elijah (1900), The Grey Wig (1903), Blind Children (verse) (1903), Ghetto Comedies (1907); plays, Children of the Ghetto, The Moment of Death, The Revolted Daughter, Merely Mary Ann, The Serio–Comic Governess, etc.
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