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ELLIS, ROBINSON (1834). Scholar. The Poems and
Fragments of Catullus in the Metres of the Original (1871), A Com mentary on Catullus (1876), The Ibis of Ovid, etc. (1881), The Fables of Avianus (1887), Nodes Maniliana (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), Life of F. York Powell (1905); has 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 Larimer's Heritage (1892), French and English (1898), Heir ofHascombe Hall (1899), Dufferin's Keep (1905),
" FIELD, MICHAEL." Poet (pen-name adopted by two ladies, understood to be Miss Bradley and Miss Cooper). Callirrhoe (1884), Fair Rosamund (1884), The Father's Tragedy (1885), Brutus Ultor (1887), Canute the Great (1887), Stephania (1892), 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), Crossrigs (with M. Findlater, 1908), etc.
FISHER, HERBERT ALBERT LAURENS (1865). Historian.
The Mediceval Empire (1898), Studies in Napoleonic Statesmanship (1903). A Political History of England (1906), Bonapartism (1908), etc.
FISON, LORIMER, D.D. (1832). Anthropologist. Kami-
baroi 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, Causes, etc., of the Reformation in Scotland (1909).
FLINT, ROBERT, D.D., LL.D. (1838). Writer on philo sophy, 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.