lists one of the causes of consumption as the 'accidental': that is, something that is not hereditary or 'natural'.
21) The entry on Boyle in Lee's Biographical Cyclopaedia
specifies these as the "Young Woman's Boarding Home and the Leath Orphanage, both women enterprises" (57).
See also NATIONAL CYCLOPAEDIA
, supra, at 66 ("With his tenderhearted and sympathetic wife, he was the originator and first to advocate the creation of a new office in the courts, that of public defender, to have all the privileges and be clothed with the same rights before the grand jury and the court [as the public prosecutor], his duty being the defense of the poor and unfortunate who have no means of employing the best legal talent.
Child's article on 'Ballad Poetry' first appeared in Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia
in 1874, and was reprinted in the Journal of Folklore Research in 1994, which is cited here for convenience's sake.
of Methodism in Canada: containing historical, educational and statistical information, dating from the beginning of the work in the several provinces of the Dominion of Canada .
Thereafter he concentrates on Chamber's Cyclopaedia
(1741), mentioning Chamber's belief that "bibliophilia was a great sin" (p.
4) The stippled line engraving that Blake produced for The Cyclopaedia
was first published in 1816.
of African Methodism (Baltimore: Methodist Episcopal Book Depository, 1882) 13.
6) See Reginald Clarence, The Stage Cyclopaedia
, London, 1909, 133, 146, 177, 185, 239, 342, 413, 416, 488; Donald Mullin, Victorian Plays: a record of significant productions on the London stage, 1837-1901, New York & London, 1987, 97, 129, 134, 350, 352, 414; J P Wearing, The London Stage 1890-1899, a calendar of plays and players, New Jersey, 1976, 544, 594, and W Davenport Adams, A Dictionary of the Drama Vol.
In 1835 the Penny Cyclopaedia
praised Taylor for having given elegance to the devices on the surface of a button and Sampson Lloyd recalled that Taylor himself was credited with the production of fashionable tinted patterns on snuff-boxes.
Editorial comment a week later proves that there were books, Chambers' Cyclopaedia
and Blackstone's Commentaries among them.
The National cyclopaedia
of American Biography, vol.