Brompton; Lecturer on Practical Physiology in University College. He held the office of Jodrell Pro- fessor of Physiology in the same College from 1874 to 1882. On Nov. 29, 1882, he was elected Wayn- flete Professor of Physiology at Oxford. He was Professor Super- intendent of the Brown Institution from 1871 to 1878. Dr. Sanderson was employed by the Royal Com- missioners to make investigations respecting the Cattle Plague, 1865- tjti ; Avas sent by Her Majesty's Uoverment to North Germany in 1865 to inquire into an Epidemic of Cerebro- Spinal Meningitis; and was occupied in an inquiry for a Royal Commission as to the influ- ence of extreme heat on the health jf workers in the Cornwall mines, in 1869. He is the author of various Reports on the above and
- >ther subjects in the Reports of the
Medical Officer of the Privy Council in 1860 and for several succeeding jrears ; papers on physiological and pathological subjects read before ihe Royal Society, particularly an elaborate series of researches on
- he Electrical Properties of the
Dionsea Muscipula ; and ** Hand- XK)k of the Sphygmograph *' — an instrument which he was the first X) introduce into this country.
SANDFORD, The Right Rbv. ^'hables Waldkobavb, D.D., Bishop of Gibraltar, son of the late Vrchdeacon Sandford, born in 1828, -eceived his academical education tt Oxford, was for several years Senior Censor of Christ Church, >ecame Commissary of the Arch- )i8hop of Canterbury in 1869, and ^ctor of Bishopsboume, Kent, in .870. Ou the resignation of Bishop Flarris he was nominated by the Secretary of State for the Colonies o the See of Gibraltar, and was -onsecrated at Oxford, Feb. 1, 1874.
SANDFORD, The Right Rev. 3ANIEL Fox, D.D., Bishop of Tas- nania, third son of the late Sir )aniel Keyte Sandford, D.C.L., ometime M.P. for Paisley, and
Professor of Greek at Glasgow, was bom in 1831. After taking orders he became incumbent of St. John's, Edinburgh ; and, having been elected to the bishopric of Tas- mania, he was consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Benson), in St. Paul's Cathedral, April 25, 1883.
SANDWICH ISLANDS, Kino OF THE. (See Kalakana.)
SANDYS, John Edwin, M.A., son of the late Rev. T. Sandys (who was a missionary of the C.M.S. for nearly forty years in Bengal), was bom May 19, 1844. He was edu- cated at Repton School, and entered St. John College, Cambridge, as a minor scholar in 1863. He was elected first BelVs Scholar in 1864, obtained the Gold Medal for a Greek Ode on the " Art of Pheidias " in 1865, the Person Prize for Greek Trochaics in 1865, and for Greek Iambics in 1866, and was twice awarded the Members* Prize for Latin Prose Composition : (1) for a Latin Oration on the death of Abra- ham Lincoln ; (2) for a Latin Essay on the British Expeditions of Julius Caesar. In 1867 he graduated as Senior Classic, and was elected Fellow and Lecturer of St. John's College; and, on taking his M.A. degree in 1870, was appointed Tutor of his College, an office which he still holds. He was an examiner for the Classical Tripos on five occa- sions between 1871 and 1876, and was principal Classical Lecturer of Jesus College from 1867 to 1877. He resigned this last appointment after his election, Oct.' 19, 1876, to the office of Public Orator of the University of Cambridge. In 1868 he edited the Ad Demonicum and Panegyricus of Isocrates ; and after- wards (in conjunction with Mr. Paley) prepared for the Syndics of the IFniversity Press two volumes of *' Select Private Orations " of Demosthenes; the second volume, which was mainly the work of Mr. Sandys, appeared in 1876, and in- cluded the six speeches, ]>ro Phor-