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NELSON'S

PERPETUAL LOOSE-LEAF

ENCYCLOPEDIA

An International Work of Reference

Illustrated with Colored Plates, Plans and Engravings.
Complete in Twelve Royal Octavo Loose-Leaf Volumes

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

JOHN H. FINLEY, LL.D.

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
CANADIAN EDITOR

WILLIAM PETERSON, LL.D., C.M.G.

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NEW YORK

THOMAS NELSON AND SONS

LONDON EDINBURGH TORONTO

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Nelson's Encyclopaedia was fiist published in 1905 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, in Great Britain in part form. In 1907 it was issued in Great Britain in ten volumes and has had the largest sale of any Encyclopaedia.

Nelson's Encyclopaedia, published in New York in 1906, was edited by a staff of American Scholars and Specialists under the direction of Frank Moore Colby, M.A., as Editor-in-Chief in the United States, and George Sandcman, M.A., in Edinburgh.

In 1909 the Perpetual Loose-Leaf edition was issued under the direction of John H. Finley, LL D., President of the College of the City of New York, Editor-in-Chief; Associate Editors, William Peterion, 1.1.1). C.M.G., Principal of McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and George Sandeman, M.A., Edinburgh, Scotland, assisted by Scholars and Specialists in the United States and Canada, who prepared many special articles that are not to be found in any other Encyclopaedia.

Volume I

Pages 48 i to 640, both inclusive, constitute Nelson's Encyclopaedia Part IV Copyright, 1905, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1906, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1907, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1909, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1910, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1911, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 191 2, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York Copyright, 1913, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York

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