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C. F. C. CHARLES FREDERICK CROSS, B.Sc., F.R.S. Analytical and Consulting Chemist. Member of the firm of Cross & Bevan. i _., Joint-author (with E. J. Bevan) of Researches on Cellulose; Text-Book of Paper- ' es> making.

C. F. Cl. COLONEL SIR CHARLES FREDERICK CLOSE, K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G., F.R.S. Director-General of the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom. Author of { Map. Text Book of Topographical Surveying.

C. H. M. CLIFFORD HERSCHEL MOORE, A.B. (Harvard), PH.D. (Munich ),Lixx.D. (Colorado College). Professor of Latin at Harvard University. Author of Religious Thought of the Greeks; Pagan Ideas of Immortality; etc. Harvard University.

C. J. M. COURTENAY J. MILL. Financial Editor of The Times. National Debt.

C. J. M.* CHARLES JAMES MARTIN, C.M.G., D.Sc., M.B., F.R.S., F.R.C.P. ( Director of the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine. Professor of Experi- { Filter-Passing Germs. mental Pathology, University of London. [

C.K.* CARL KARSTEN. Member of the Staff of the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung.

C. Ma. CUTHBERT MAUGHAN. Contributor on Finance, Shipping and Insurance to The Annual Register; etc. Representative of Admiralty Section of the British Ministry of Information in North America, 1918.

C. M. Wi. C. M. WILSON, M.C., M.D. (Lond.), F.R.C.P. (England). Dean of the Medical School, St. Mary's Hospital, London. Secretary to the Faculty of Medicine, University of London. Physician to Out-Patients, St. Mary's Hospital, and to the Hospital for Epilepsy and Paralysis, Maida Vale. Consulting Physician to Paddington Infirmary.

C. S. CHARLES SEYMOUR, M.A., PH.D., Lrrx.D. Professor of History in Yale University. Technical Delegate at the Paris Peace Conference. Author of The Diplomatic Background of the War; Woodrow Wilson and the World War.

C. Se. Hon. CATO SELLS, M.A., LL.D. Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the U.S.A., 1912-21.

D. F. T. DONALD FRANCIS TOVEY, MASTER OF Music (Hon., Birm.), Mus.D. (Oxon.). Reid Professor of Music in Edinburgh University. Author of Lessons in Musical Analysis; etc.

D.Hy. DOUGLAS HYDE, LL.D., D.Lrrr. Professor of Modern Irish in University College, Dublin. President of the Irish Texts Society. Author of Literary History of Ireland; tic. See the biographical article: HYDE, DOUGLAS.

E.A.* ERNEST AXON. Deputy Chief Librarian, Manchester Public Libraries. Formerly President, Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society. Editor of Bygone Lancashire.

E. B. M. EDWARD BRADFORD MAXTED, PH.D., B.Sc. Consulting Chemist. Author of Catalytic Hydrogenalion and Reduction; Am- monia and the Nitrides; etc.

E. B. S. ELY BANNISTER SOANE, C.B.E. Civil Administration of Mesopotamia. Examiner in Kurdish to the Civil Ad- ministration of Mesopotamia. Author of To Kurdistan and Mesopotamia in Dis- guise; A Kurdish Grammar; An Elementary Grammar of Kurmanji; etc.

E. D. G. ELMER D. GRAPER, PH.D. Instructor in Government, Columbia University. Author of American Police Administration. Erzberger, M. (in part); Eucken,R. C. (in part); Germany: Political His- tory (in part). Insurance: United Kingdom. Medical Education (in part). Harding, Warren G. j Indians, North American. Music. f

E. E. F. D'A. EDMUND EDWARD FOURNIER D'ALBE, D.Sc. (London and Birmingham), A.R.C.Sc., M.R.I.A. Inventor of the Optophone. Formerly Special Lecturer in Physics in the Punjab University. Author of The Electron Theory; Two New Worlds; Contemporary Chemistry; etc.

E. F.* ERNST FRANCKE. Head of the Bureau for Sozialpolitik. Member of the Economic Council of the German Reich. Publisher and Editor of Soziale Praxis. Ireland: Language and Literature. Manchester. Nitrogen Fixation. Kurdistan. New York State. Optophone. Germany: Social and Industrial Legislation.