1870; "Church Eeform/' 1870; " The Two Religions/' a lecture at Oxford, 1870; "Church and Dis- sent/* 1871 ; "The Secular Studies of the Clercy/' in the Contemporary Beview, 1871; "Children at Cal- vary/* 1872 ; " Religious Education of Women/' " Rationale of Prayer/' " High Life Below Stairs/' "Rela- tion of the Clergy to Politics/' " Church Parties/ " Ecclesiastical Vestments/* " Ultramontane Popu- lar Literature/' "The Pantheistic Factor in Christian Thought/' " Christianity and Patriotism/'
- The Progressional Studies of the
English Clergy/' "The Business Capacity of the Clergy/' in the Contemporary Review, 1872-81 j " The Ornaments Rubric, Stric- tures on Dean Howson's Let- ter," 1875; " Plain Reasons against Joining the Church of 'Rome" (S. P. C. K.), 1879, to which a reply, entitled " Catholic Controversy/' was published by Father H. J. D. Ryder, of the Oratory, in 1881; articles " Jesuits " and " Liguori," in the " Encyclopaedia Britannica," 1880-1. He has also edited St. An- selm's " Cur Deus Homo ? " 1863 ; the " Priest's Prayer-Book," 1864 ; the "People's Hymnal," 1867; and " Primitive Liturgfies in Greek and English/* 1868-69.
LIVERPOOL (Protestant), Bishop of. (See Rtle.)
LIVERPOOL (Catholic), Bishop op. (See O'Reilly.)
LLANDAFF, Bishop of. (See Lewis.)
LOCKER, Arthub, the youngest son of the late Edward Hawke Locker, Esq., F.R.S., F.S.A., Com- missioner of Greenwich Hospital, was born in Greenwich Hospital, July 2, 1828. He was educated at Charterhouse and at Pembroke College, Oxford (B.A. 1851). He entered a merchant's office in Liver- pool, and afterwards led a life of varied experience in Australia and India. Returning home in 1861, he resolved to devote himself to literature, and since that time has
written the following works of fic- tion : " Sir Godwin's Folly," 1864 ; "Sweet Seventeen," 1866; "Ste- phen Scudamore," 1868, containing some of his Australian experiences ; " On a Coral Reef/' 1869 ; and " The Village Surgeon/' 1874. Mr. Ar- thur Locker has also been a fre- quent contributor to magazine literature, and between 1865 and 1870 wrote a large number of lite- rary reviews for the Times. In 1870 he became editor of the Graphic (a post which he still re- tains), and to this journal he has oontnbuted several highly popular poems and Christmas stories. In 1856 he married Mary Jane, daughter oi Lieut. J. W. Rouse, R.N., of Greenwich Hospital, by whom he has two sons.
LOCKER, Frederick, was born in 1821. His father, Mr. E. H. Locker, was a Civil Commissioner of Greenwich Hospital, and founded the Naval Gallery there. Mr. Locker's grandfather was Captain William Locker, R.N., Lieutenant- Governor of Greenwich Hospital. Mr. Locker was for some years in the Admiralty, WhitehaU, as Pr^s Writer. He has contributed reviews to the Times, and original verses to the Times, Blackwood, the ComhUl and Punch, which have been collected in a volume caUed "London Lyrics." In 1867 he edited the "Lyra Elegantiarum/* with an essay prefixed ; and in 1879 he published "Patchwork." Mr. Locker is also known for his col- lection of drawings by the Old Masters, and for his library of rare Elizabethan literature. He mar- ried first a sister of the late Earl of Elgin, and secondly the daughter of Sir Curtis Lampson, Bart.
LOCKYER, Joseph Norman, F.R.S., born at Rugby, May 17, 1836, was educated in various pri- vate schools and on the Continent. He was appointed to the War Office in 1857, and from Lord de Grey received the appointment of ed^r of "Army Regulations" in