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DE BOER (TJITZE), Philos. Dr.

COURANT (MAURICE). Professor of Philosophy in the University of Consul de France; Professeur près la Chambre Amsterdam.

de Commerce de Lyon, et à la Faculté des Ibn Tufail.

Lettres de Lyon. BOUDINHON (AUGUSTE), Docteur en Théologie et

Korea. en Droit canonique.

COWAN (HENRY), M.A. (Edin.), D.D. (Aberd.), Professeur de droit canon à l'Institut catholique

D. Th. (Gen.), D.C.L. (Dunelm). de Paris ; Chanoine honoraire de Paris et de

Professor of Church History in the University Nice.

of Aberdeen ; Senior Preacher of the Uni. Index, Indulgences.

versity Chapel ; author of The Influence of BRANDT (Dr. WILHELM).

the Scottish Church in Christendom, John Formerly Professor of Old and New Testament Knox, Landmarks of Church History. and the History of Religion in the University

Knox.
of Amsterdam.

CRAWLEY (ALFRED ERNEST), M.A. (Camb.).
Initiation (Jewish).

Fellow of the Sociological Society; author of BROUGH (JOSEPH), B.A., LL.D. (Cantab.), M.Sc. The Mystic Rose, The Tree of Life, The Idea (Wales).

of the Soul, The Book of the Ball. Formerly Professor of Logic and Philosophy in

King (Introductory), Kissing, Kneeling.
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth ;
Lecturer on Logic at Bedford College, CRIPPEN (THOMAS GEORGE).
London ; author of The Study of Mental Librarian at the Congregational Memorial
Science.

Hall ; Editorial Secretary to the Congrega-
Inference, Judgment (Logical).

tional Historical Society. BURN (RICHARD), I.C.S.

Hymns (Modern Christian).
Financial Secretary to the Government of the
Upper Provinces, India.

CROOKE (WILLIAM), B.A.
Kabir, Kabirpanthis.

Ex-Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin ; Fellow

of the Royal Anthropological Institute; CABATON (ANTOINE).

President of the Anthropological Section of Professeur à l'Ecole des Langues orientales the British Association, 1910; President of

vivantes et à l'Ecole Coloniale, Paris; Ancien the Folklore Society, 1911-12; late of the
Membre de l'Ecole Française d'Extrême- Bengal Civil Service.
Orient.

Images and Idols (Indian), Initiation
Indo-China (Savage Races), Laos.

(Hindu), Jagannath, Jambukeswaram, CARRA DE VAUX (Baron BERNARD).

Jamnotri, Jaunpur, Jhinwar, Jualamukhi, Professeur à l'École libre des Hautes Études ;

Juang (Pattua), Jumna, Junnar, Kachhi, Membre du Conseil de la Société asiatique

Kahar, Kailas, Kalwar, Kanauj, de Paris.

Kandh, Kanheri, Kanjar, KapalaKing (Muslim), Kismet.

kriya, Karamnasa, Karle, Karnaprayag,

Katas, Katmandu, Kayasth, Kedarnath, CASARTELLI (LOUIS CHARLES), M.A. (Lond.), D.D.

Kharwar, Kistna, Kol. and D.Litt. Or. (Louvain), M.R.A.S. Bishop of Salford; Lecturer on Iranian Lan. CUMONT (FRANZ), D.Phil., LL.D. (Aberd.).

guages and Literature in the University of Professeur à l'Université de Gand; Conser. Manchester ; formerly Professor of Zend and vateur aux Musées royaux de Bruxelles ; Pahlavi in the University of Louvain.

Correspondant de l'Académie royale de King (Iranian), Law (Iranian).

Belgique et de l'Académie des Inscriptions

de Paris ; auteur de Textes et Monuments CHAMBERLAIN (ALEXANDER FRANCIS), M.A.

figurés relatifs aux mystères de Mithra. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Clark). Late Professor of Anthropology in Clark Uni.

Kizil Bash.
versity, Worcester, Mass.; editor of the CURTIS (C. DENSMORE), B.A., M.A.
Journal of American Folklore (1900–1908);
author of The Child and Childhood in Folk.

Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.
Thought, The Child: A Study in the Evo.

Initiation (Roman).
lution of Man; co-editor of the Journal
of Religious Psychology, and of Current CURTIS (WILLIAM ALEXANDER), M.A., D.Litt.,
Anthropological Literature.

D.D. (Edin.).
Incarnation (American).

Professor of Systematic Theology in the Uni.

versity of Aberdeen; formerly Heriot Tra. COE (GEORGE ALBERT), Ph.D., LL.D.

velling Fellow, and Pitt Club_Travelling Professor of Religious Education and Psycho- Scholar, in the University of Edinburgh ;

logy in the Union Theological Seminary, author of A History of Creeds and Confes.
New York; author of The Spiritual Life,

sions (1911).
The Religion of a Mature Mind, Education
in Religion and Morals.

Infallibility, Interim.
Infancy.

D'ALVIELLA (Count GOBLET), Ph.D., LL.D. CONWAY (R. SEYMOUR), Litt.D.

(Glas. and Aberd.). Professor of Latin and Indo-European Philo

Member and Secretary of the Belgian Senate; logy in the University of Manchester; some

Professor of History of Religions in the Uni. time Fellow of Gonville and Caius College,

versity of Brussels ; Hibbert Lecturer, 1891 ; Cambridge ; Corresponding Member of the

Commander of the Order of Leopold ; author German Imperial Institute of Archæology ;

of Migration of Symbols. editor of The Italic Dialects.

Images and Idols (General and Primitive), Italy (Ancient).

Initiation (Introductory and Primitive).

DAVIDS (T. W. RHYS), LL.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.B.A. FORTESCUE (ADRIAN), Ph.D., D.D. (Innsbruck).

Professor of Comparative Religion, Man. Roman Catholic Priest at Letchworth ; author

chester ; President of the Pali Text Society ; of The Orthodox Eastern Church (1907), The
Fellow of the British Academy; author of Mass: A Study of the Roman Liturgy
Buddhism (1878), Questions of King Milinda (1912).
(1890–94), American Lectures on Buddhism
(1896), Buddhist India (1902), Early Bud-

Iconoclasm, Law (Christian, Western ; dhism (1908).

Christian, Eastern).
Hymns (Buddhist), Kandy, Law (Bud. FOUCART (GEORGE B.), Docteur ès-Lettres.
dhist).

Professeur d'Histoire des Religions à l'Univer. DAVIDSON (WILLIAM LESLIE), M.A., LL.D.

sité d'Aix-Marseille ; Professeur à l'Institut Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in the

Colonial de Marseille (Religions et coutumes University of Aberdeen; author of The des peuples d'Afrique); ancien Inspecteur Logic of Definition, English Words Ex- en, chef du Service des Antiquités de plained, Theism as Grounded in Human l'Égypte ; auteur de Histoire des Religions Nature, Christian Ethics, The Stoic Creed.

et Méthode Comparative' (1912). Image of God.

Inheritance (Egyptian), King (Egyptian). DILLING (WALTER JAMES), M.B., Ch.B. (Aberd.). PRANKS (ROBERT SLEIGHTHOLME), M.A., B.Litt. Dr. Robert Pollok Lecturer in Materia Medica

Principal of the Western College, Bristol. and Pharmacology in the University of Glasgow ; formerly Lecturer in Pharmaco.

Imputation. logy in the University of Aberdeen, and PRAZER (Sir JAMES GEORGE), D.C.L., LL.D., First Assistant in Pharmacology in the Uni

Litt.D. versity of Rostock.

Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; ProKoots.

fessor of Social Anthropology, Liverpool ; FON DOBSCHÜTZ (ERNST), D. Theol.

Fellow of the British Academy; author of Professor der Neutestamentlichen Exegese an

The Golden Bough.
der Universität zu Breslau.

Indonesians (Literature).
Interpretation.
DRAKE (JOHN), B.A., B.D.

FRIEDLAENDER (ISRAEL), Ph.D.

Sabato Morais Professor of Biblical Literature Vice-Principal, and Professor of Theology and

and Exegesis at the Jewish Theological Ethics, Serampore College, Bengal.

Seminary of America in New York.
Kurkus.

Khidr.
DREVES (Fr. GUIDO M.).
Munich; Late Editor of Analecta Hymnica GARBE (RICHARD), Ph.D.
Medii Aevi.

Professor des Sanskrit und der allgemeinen
Hymas (Latin Christian).

Religionsgeschichte an der Universität zu

Tübingen. EHRHARDT (CHRISTIAN EUGÈNE).

Kapila. Professenr honoraire de l'Université de Paris ; Professeur à la Faculté libre de Théologie GARDNER (PERCY), Litt.D., LL.D., F.S.A. protestante de Paris ; Pasteur à Bourg-la- Professor of Classical Archæology in the Uni. Reine (Consistoire de Paris).

versity of Oxford ; Fellow of the British Individualism.

Academy; Vice-President of the Hellenic EUCKEN (RUDOLF CHRISTOPH), Dr. theol. a. philos.

Society; author of Grammar of Greek Art Geheimer Rat; ordentlicher Professor der

(1905), Principles of Greek Art (1913).
Philosophie an der Universität zu Jena ;

Images and Idols (Greek and Roman).
Verfasser von Hauptprobleme der Reli-
gionsphilosophie der Gegenwart, und andere GEDEN (ALFRED S.), M.A. (Oxon.), D.D. (Aberd.),
Werke.

Professor of Old Testament Languages and
Individuality, Law (Natural).

Literature, and of Comparative Religion, in

the Wesleyan College, Richmond, Surrey ; FALLAIZE (EDWIN NICHOLAS COLLINGFORD), author of Studies in the Religions of the East, B.A. (Oxon.).

Outlines of Introduction to the Hebrew Bible; Late King Charles Exhibitioner, Exeter Col.

translator of Deussen's Philosophy of the lege, Oxford ; Recorder, Section H (Anthro

Upanishads.
pology) of the British Association for the
Advancement of Science.

Images and Idols (Buddhist), Inspiration
Inheritance (Primitive and Savage).

(Hindu), Josaphat (Barlaam and), Kana

kamuni. FARNELL (LEWIS RICHARD), M.A., D.Litt. (Ox.

ford), Hon. D.Litt. (Geneva and Dublin), GERIG (JOHN LAWRENCE), M.A., Ph.D.
F.R.A.S.

Associate Professor of Romance Languages Rector of Exeter College, Oxford ; University

and Celtic in Columbia University, New Lecturer in Classical Archæology; formerly

York.
Hibbert Lecturer and Wilde Lecturer in

Images and Idols (Celtic).
Natural and Comparative Religion; corre-
sponding Member of the German Imperial GILBERT (GEORGE HOLLEY), Ph.D., D.D.
Archæological Institute ; author of The Cults Formerly Professor of New Testament Litera.
of the Greek States (1896–1909), The Evolu- ture in Chicago Theological Seminary ;
tion of Religion (1905), Higher Aspects of author of The Student's Life of Jesus, The
Greek Religion (1911), Greece and Babylon Student's Life of Paul, The First Interpreters
(1911).

of Jesus. Kabeiroi.

Kingdom of God.

GOLDZIHER (IGNAZ), Ph.D.,

D.Litt., LL.D. HALDANE (ELIZABETH SANDERSON), LL.D. Professor of Semitic Philology in the Uni. Author of The Life of James Ferrier (1899),

versity of Budapest ; Ord. Member and Life of Descartes (1905); joint-translator of
Class-President of the Hungarian Academy Hegel 8 History of Philosophy (1892), and The
of Sciences; Foreign Member of the British Philosophical Works of Descartes (1911–12).
Academy, of the Imperial Academy of

Leibniz.
Sciences, St. Petersburg, of the Royal
Academies of Sciences, Berlin, Amsterdam, HALDANE (JOHN BURDON SANDERSON), B.A.
Göttingen, Copenhagen, of the Jewish His-

Scholar of New College, Oxford.
torical Society of England, of the Société

Leibniz (Mathematics).
Asiatique, Paris.
Ibn Hazm, Ibn Taimiya.

HALL (H. R.), M.A., F.S.A.
GOTTHEIL (RICHARD J. H.), Ph.D.

Assistant in the Department of Egyptian and Professor of Semitic Languages in Columbia Assyrian Antiquities in the British University, New York; Chief of the Depart

Museum ; author of The Ancient History of ment of Oriental Languages at the New

the Near East (1912).
York Public Library.

Images and Idols (Ægean).
Ibn Ezra, Levi ben Gershon.

HARADA (TASUKU), D.D., LL.D.
GRAY (LOUIS HERBERT), Ph.D. (Columbia).

President of the Doshisha University, Kyoto. Sometime Member of the Editorial Staff of the New International Encyclopædia, assistant

Images and Idols (Japanese and Korean). editor of the present work; author of IndoIranian Phonology (1902); translator of Vāsa. HARRISON (JANE ELLEN), LL.D. (Aberd.), D.Litt. vadattā, a Sanskrit Romance by Subandhu (Durham). (1913).

Staff Lecturer and sometime Fellow of Newn. Incubation, Informers, Interpretation

ham College, Cambridge ; author of The (Vedic and Avesta), Iroquois, Jesus

Religion of Ancient Greece (1905), ProlegoChrist in Zoroastrianism, Jews in

mena to the Study of Greek Religion (1907), Zoroastrianism, King (Indian), Law

Themis : A Study of the Social Origins of (American), Letters Celestial and

Greek Religion (1912).
Infernal.

Initiation (Greek), Kouretes and Kory.

bantes. GRIERSON(Sir GEORGE ABRAHAM), K.C.I.E., Ph.D.

(Halle), D.Litt. (Dublin), I.C.S. (retired), HARTLAND (EDWIN SIDNEY), F.S.A. Foreign Associate Member of the Société President of the Folklore Society, 1899; Presi

Asiatique de Paris ; Corresponding Member dent of the Anthropological Section of the of the Königliche Gesellschaft der Wissen. British Association, 1906 ; President of Secschaften zu Göttingen ; Member of Council tion I (Religions of the Lower Culture) at of the Royal Asiatic Society; Super- the Oxford International Congress for the intendent of the Linguistic Society of India. History of Religions, 1908 ; author of The Kanchuliyas, Kara - Lingis, Kararis, Legend of Perseus, Primitive Paternity, Khakis, Khos.

Ritual and Belief. GRIEVE (ALEXANDER), M.A., D.Phil. (Leipzig).

Law (Primitive).
Minister of the United Free Church in

Glasgow; translator of many of the HERFORD (CHARLES HAROLD), Litt.D. (Camb.
German articles in the Encyclopædia of and Manchester).
Religion and Ethics.

Smith Professor of English in the University
Kierkegaard.

of Manchester ; author of translations of

Ibsen's Brand and Love's Comedy.
GRIFFITH (FRANCIS LLEWELLYN), M.A., F.8.A.,
Hon. Ph.D. (Leipzig).

Ibsen.
Reader in Egyptology in the University of
Oxford ; editor of the Archeological Survey

HERFORD (R. TRAVERS), B.A.
of the Egypt Exploration Fund; Corre-

Librarian of the Dr. Williams Library, sponding Member of the Royal Academy of

London ; author Christianity in Talmud Sciences at Berlin; Foreign Associate of the

and Midrash, Pharisaism : its Aim and its

Method.
Société Asiatique; Member of the Imperial
Academy of Sciences of Vienna.

Jesus Christ in Judaism.
Law (Egyptian).

HOLMBERG (UNO NILS OSKAR), Dr. Phil.
GRÜTZMACHER (GEORG), Ph.D., Th. Lic.

Helsingfors ; author of Die Wassergottheilen Extraordinary Professor of Church History in der finnischugrischen Völker (1913). the University of Heidelberg.

Lapps.
Jerome.
GURDON (Lt.-Colonel P. R. T.), Indian Army.

HOPKINS (EDWARD WASHBURN), Ph.D., LL.D. Officiating Commissioner of the Assam Valley

Professor of Sanskrit and Comparative PhiloDistricts; Hon. Director of Ethnography,

logy in Yale University; former President

of the American Oriental Society; author Assam ; author of The Khasis.

of The Religions of India, The Great Epic of Khasis.

India, India Old and New. GUTHRIE (CHARLES JOHN), M.A., LL.D., F.8.A.

Hyperboreans. Scot., K.C. The Honourable Lord Guthrie, one of the HORNE (C. SILVESTER), M.A. Senators of the College of Justice in Scot- Late M.P. for Ipswich and Minister of Whiteland; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries,

field's Church, London ; agthor of A Popular and of the Zoological Society of Scotland.

History of the Free Churches.
Juvenile Criminals.

Institutional Church,

HULL (ELEANOR).

KENNETT (ROBERT HATCH), D.D.
Hon. Sec. of the Irish Texts Society, London ; Regius Professor of Hebrew in the University

Member of Council of the Folklore Society of Cambridge; Canon of Ely; Fellow of
and Vice-President of the Irish Literary Queens? College, Cambridge; Examining
Society ; author of The Cuchullin Saga in Chaplain to the Bishops of Ely and Man.
Irish Literature (1898), Pagan Ireland (1904), chester.
Early Christian Ireland (1905), A Text-book

Israel.
of Irish Literature, 2 vols. (1907-08), The
Poem-book of the Gael (1912).

KENT (CHARLES FOSTER), Ph.D., Litt.D.
Hymns (Irish Christian).

Woolsey Professor of Biblical Literature in

Yale University. HYAMSON (ALBERT MONTEFIORE), F.R.Hist. S.

Law (Biblical, Old Testament), Leaven. Corresponding Member of the American Jewish Historical Society; Member of KERN (JOHAN HENDRIK CASPAR), Dr.Litt., Council of Jewish Historical Society of Dr.Phil. England ; author of A History of the Jews Formerly Professor of Sanskrit and Comparain England.

tive Philology in the University of Leyden. Jews in Islam.

Java, Bali, and Sumatra (Buddhism in). HYSLOP (JAMES HERVEY), Ph.D., LL.D.

KING (IRVING), Ph.D. Secretary of the American Society for Psychi. Assistant Professor of Education in the State

cal Research ; formerly Professor of Logic University of Iowa; Fellow of the American and Ethics in Columbia University.

Association for the Advancement of Science. Introspection.

Inhibition.
JACKSON (A. V. WILLIAMS), Ph.D., L.H.D., KING (LEONARD WILLIAM), M.A., Litt.D., F.S.A.

LL.Ò.
Professor of Indo-Iranian Languages in

Assistant Keeper of Egyptian and Assyrian

Antiquities, British Museum ; Lecturer in
Columbia University, New York; author

Assyrian, King's College, London.
of Zoroaster, the Prophet of Ancient Iran;
Persia, Past and Present.

Images and Idols (Babylonian).
Images and Idols (Persian).

KROHN (KAARLE LEOPOLD), Dr.Phil.
JACOBI (HERMANN), Ph.D.

Professor des finnischen und vergleichenden Professor des Sanskrit an der Universität zu

Folklore an der Universität zu Helsingfors,

Finland.
Bonn; Geheimer Regierungsrat.
Incarnation (Indian), Jainism.

Kalevala.
JOHNS (CLAUDE HERMANN WALTER), M.A., KRUIJT (ALB. C.).
Litt.D.

Dutch Missionary in Celebes ; Zendeling. Master of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge,

leeraar van het Nederlandsche Zendeling. and Canon Residentiary of Norwich ; author genootschap op Midden-Celebes ; author of Assyrian Deeds and Documents of the 7th

of Het Animisme in den indischen Archipel Century B.C., Babylonian and Assyrian (1906),; joint-author of De Baree' Sprekende Laws, Contracts and Letters, the Schweich

Toradja's van Midden-Celebes (1912).
Lectures on The Relations between the Laws

Indonesians.
of Babylonia and the Laws of the Hebrew
Peoples.

LACEY (THOMAS ALEXANDER), M.A.
Inheritance (Babylonian), Law (Baby-

Warden of the London Diocesan Penitentiary, lonian).

Highgate ; Pringle-Stewart Lecturer, 1914.

Intention (Theological). JOLLY (JULIUS), Ph.D. (Munich), Hon. M.D. (G8ttingen), Hon. D.Litt. (Oxford).

LEUBA (JAMES HENRY), Ph.D. Ord. Professor of Sanskrit and Comparativo Professor of Psychology in Bryn Mawr College,

Philology in the University of Würzburg; Pennsylvania ; author of A Psychological
formerly Tagore Professor of Law in the Study of Religion : its origin, Function and
University of Calcutta ; Geheimer Hofrat.

Future.
Inheritance (Hindu), Initiation (Hindu),

Intellectualism.
Institutions (Hindu), Law (Hindu).

LODS (ADOLPHE), Docteur ès-Lettres.
JOYCE (GEORGE HAYWARD), S.J., M.A. (Oxon.). Chargé de Cours à la Faculté des Lettres de

Professor of Dogmatic Theology at St. Beuno's l'Université de Paris.
College, St. Asaph, N. Wales.

Images and Idols (Hebrew and Canaanite). lavincible Ignorance. JUYNBOLL (TH. W.), Dr. juris et phil.

LOEWE (HERBERT MARTIN JAMES), M.A. Adjutor interpretis Legati Warneriani,'

Lecturer in Oriental Languages, Exeter Leyden.

College, Oxford; sometime Curator of

Oriental Literature in the University Ibn Hanbal, Law (Muhammadan).

Library, Cambridge ; Director of Oriental KALWEIT (PAUL), Lic. Theol., D.Phil.

Studies, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge. Director des evangelischen Predigerseminars

Judaism, Kabbala.
in Naumburg a Queis, und Pfarrer.
Intellectualism (Philosophical).

LOFTHOUSE (WILLIAM F.), M.A.

Tutor in Philosophy and Old Testament KAY (D. MILLER), B.Sc., D.D.

Language and Literature, Wesleyan College, Regius Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Handsworth, Birmingham ; author of Ethics Languages in the University of St. Andrews. and Atonement, Ethics and the Family. Judaizing.

Indifferentism.

on

LOOFS (FRIEDRICH), Lic. Theol., Dr.Phil. u. Theol. MACKENZIE (JOHN STUART), LL.D., Litt.D.

Ordentlicher Professor der Kirchengeschichte Professor of Logic and Philosophy in Univer

an der Universität zu Halle; Geheimer sity College of South Wales and MonmouthKonsistorialrat; Mitglied des Konsist- shire; author of A Manual of Ethics, oriums der Provinz Sachsen.

Outlines of Metaphysics, Lectures

Humanism.
Kenosis.

Infinity.
LORD (JAMES HENRY).
Missionary in Bombay in connexion with the MACKENZIE (WILLIAM DOUGLAS), M.A., D.D.,

LL.D.
Society of St. John the Evangelist (Cowley,
Oxford), and the Parochial Missions to the

President of the Hartford Seminary Founda

tion, Riley Professor of Christian Theology Jews.

in the Hartford Theological Seminary ; Jews in Cochin (Malabar).

author of The Ethics of Gambling, Chris.

tianity and the Progress of Man, The Final MACCULLOCH (JOHN ARNOTT), Hon. D.D. (St. Faith.

Andrews).
Rector of St. Saviour's, Bridge of Allan; Hon.

Jesus Christ.
Canon of the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, MACKINTOSH (HUGH Ross), M.A., D.Phil. (Edin.),
Cumbrae; Examiner in Comparative Re.

D.D. (Edin.).
ligion and Philosophy of Religion, Victoria Professor of Systematic Theology in New
University, Manchester; Bell Lecturer,

College, Edinburgh ; author of The Doctrine
Edinburgh Theological College; author of of the Person of Jesus Christ (1912).
Comparative Theology, Religion : its Origin

Implicit Faith.
and Forms, The Childhood of Fiction, The MACLAGAN (P. J.), M.A., D.Phil.
Religion of the Ancient Celts.

Of the English Presbyterian Mission, Swatow.
Hymns (Celtic), Incense, Invisibility,

Incarnation (Chinese).
Landmarks and Boundaries.

MACLEAN (ARTHUR JOHN), D.D. (Camb.), Hon. MACDONELL (ARTHUR ANTHONY), M.A. (Oxon.),

D.D. (Glas.).
Ph.D. (Leipzig).

Bishop of Moray, Ross, and Caithness ; author Boden Professor of Sanskrit in the University

of Dictionary of Vernacular Syriac ; editor of Oxford; Fellow of Balliol College ; Fellow

of East Syrian Liturgies. of the British Academy; Fellow of the Hymns (Syriao Christian), latercession Royal Danish Academy; Keeper of the

(Liturgical), Invocation (Liturgical), Indian Institute, Oxford.

Laity, Law (Christian, Anglican).
Hymns (Vedic), Indian Buddhism. MACLEAN (JAMES HAIR), M.A., B.D.

Of the United Free Church of Scotland MCDOUGALL (WILLIAM), M.A., M.B., F.R.S.

Mission, Conjeeveram.
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, and Reader

Kanchipuram.
in Mental Philosophy in the University of
Oxford ; author of Introduction to Social MACPHERSON (JOHN), M.D., F.R.C.P.E.
Psychology (1908), Body and Mind (1911). Commissioner in Lunacy for Scotland.

Hysteria, Insanity.
Hypnotism.

MACRITCHIE (DAVID), F.S.A. (Scot. and Ireland). MCGIFFERT (ARTHUR CUSHMAN), Ph.D., D.D.

Member of the Royal Anthropological Institute Washburn Professor of Church History in of Great Britain and Ireland; President of

Union Theological Seminary, New York ; the St. Andrew Society, Edinburgh ; author author of A History of Christianity in the

of Ancient and Modern Britons ; The Ainos; Apostolic Age, Martin Luther: the Man and Fians, Fairies and Picts : Scottish Gypsies His Work.

under the Stewarts, and other works. Immanence.

Images and Idols (Lapps and Samoyeds). MACGREGOR (DAVID HUTCHISON), M.A. (Edin.

MARGOLIOUTH (DAVID SAMUEL), M.A., D.Litt. and Camb.).

Fellow of New College, and Laudian Professor

of Arabic in the University of Oxford ; author Professor of Political Economy in_the Uni.

of Mohammed and the Rise of Islam, Mohamversity of Leeds; sometime Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

medanism; editor of many Arabic works.

Hymns (Ethiopic Christian, Muslim), Laissez-Faire.

Ibadis, Kalam, Khawarij. MCINTYRE (JAMES LEWIS), M.A. (Edin. and MARGOLIOUTH (GEORGE), M.A. (Cantab.). Oxon.), D.Sc. (Edin.).

Member of the Board of Studies in Theology Anderson Lecturer in Comparative Psychology at the University of London ; formerly

to the University of Aberdeen ; Lecturer in Senior Assistant in the Department of Psychology, Logic, and Ethics to the Aber.

Oriental Printed Books and MSS in the deen Provincial Committee for the Training

British Museum, and Examiner in Hebrew of Teachers; formerly Examiner in Philo- and Aramaic in the University of London. sophy to the University of Edinburgh ;

Hymns (Hebrew and Jewish, Samaritan author of Giordano Bruno (1903).

and Karaite). Imagination, Intelligence.

MARR (HAMILTON CLELLAND), M.D., C.M.,

F.R.F.P.S. (Glas.). MACKENZIE (DONALD), M.A.

H.M. Commissioner of Control for Scotland; Minister of the United Free Church at Oban; formerly Medical Superintendent of Glasgow

Assistant Professor of Logic and Meta- District Asylum, Lenzie ; MacIntosh Lec-
physics in the University of Aberdeen, turer on Insanity, St. Mungo's College,
1906–1909.

Glasgow.
Libertarianism and Necessitarianism.

Hypochondria, Illegitimacy.

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