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INITIALS USED IN VOLUME XVII. TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL
CONTRIBUTORS,[1] WITH THE HEADINGS OF THE
ARTICLES IN THIS VOLUME SO SIGNED.


A. C. G. Albert Charles Lewis Gotthilf Gunther, M.A., M.D., Ph.D., F.R.S.
Keeper of Zoological Department, British Museum, 1875-1895. Gold Medalist, Royal Society, 1878. Author of Catalogues of Colubrine Snakes, Batrachia salientia, and Fishes in the British Museum; &c.
Mackerel (in part).
A. C. S. Algernon Charles Swinburne.
See the biographical article: Swinburne, Algernon Charles.
Marlowe, Christopher; Mary, Queen of Scots.
A. E. J. Arthur Ernest Jolliffe, M.A.
Fellow, Tutor and Mathematical Lecturer, Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Senior Mathematical Scholar, 1892.
Maxima; Minima.
A. F. P. Albert Frederick Pollard, M.A., F.R.Hist.Soc.
Professor of English History in University of London. Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. Author of England under the Protector Somerset; Henry VIII.; &c.
Macalpine, John.
A. G. D. Arthur George Doughty, C.M.G., M.A., Litt.D., F.R.Hist.S.
Dominion Archivist of Canada. Member of the Geographical Board of Canada. Author of The Cradle of New France; &c. Joint-editor of Documents relating to the Constitutional History of Canada.
McGee, T. A.
A. Ha. Adolf Harnack.
See the biographical article: Harnack, Adolf.
Manichaeism (in part); Marcion.
A. H. F. Rev. Andrew Hollingworth Frost, M.A.
Principal of Church Missionary College, Islington, 1870-1874.
Magic Square.
A. H. S. Rev. Archibald Henry Sayce, LL.D., Litt.D.
See the biographical article: Sayce, Archibald Henry.
Lycia; Lydia.
A. H.-S. Sir A. Houtum-Schindler, C.I.E.
General in the Persian Army. Author of Eastern Persian Irak.
Mazandaran.
A. J. G.* Arthur James Grant, M.A.
King’s College, Cambridge. Professor of History in the University of Leeds.
Louis XIII., XIV. and XV. of France.
A. J. H. Alfred J. Hipkins, F.S.A. (1826-1903).
Formerly Member of Council and Hon. Curator of the Royal College of Music, London. Member of Committee of the Inventions and Music Exhibition, 1885; of the Vienna Exhibition, 1892; and of the Paris Exhibition, 1900. Author of Musical Instruments; &c.
Lute (in part); Lyre (in part).
A. M. C. Agnes Mary Clerke.
See the biographical article: Clerke, A. M.
Maskelyne; Mayer, Johann Tobias.
A. M. Cl. Agnes Muriel Clay (Mrs Edward Wilde).
Formerly Resident Tutor of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Joint-editor of Sources of Roman History, 133-79 B.C.
Magistrate.
A. M. F. Rev. Andrew Martin Fairbairn, M.A., D.D., LL.D.
See the biographical article: Fairbairn, A. M.
Martineau, James.
A. N. Alfred Newton, F.R.S.
See the biographical article: Newton, Alfred.
Lory; Love-Bird; Lyre-Bird; Macaw; Magpie; Mallemuck; Manakin; Manucode; Martin.
A. N. W Alfred North Whitehead, M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S.
Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, Trinity College, Cambridge. Author of A Treatise on Universal Algebra.
Mathematics.
A. R. C. Alexander Ross Clarke, C.B., F.R.S.
Colonel R.E. Royal Medal of Royal Society, 1887. In charge of Trigonometrical Operations of the Ordnance Survey, 1854-1881.
Map: Projections (in part).

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  1. A complete list, showing all individual contributors, appears in the final volume