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Vinsac, C. D., 427.
Violin, 452-455.
- makers, 452, 453, 454.
Viollet-le-Duc, E. E., 402, 433.
Violoncello, 455.
Virginia, 33, 457.
Visser, J., 207, 224.
Vitrac, M., 28
Vizetelly, H., 302
Vogel, A., 342.
-- H. W.,

448.
Voigt, J. F., 149
Volatile oils, 297:
Volkstedt. Porzellanfabrik, 325.
Volmar, F., 280.
Vopelius, E., 338.
Voulliéme, E. H., 231.
Vries, A. de, 222, 224.

Wegner von Dallwitz, R., 112.
Weidling, K., 263.
Weigel, P.,

52.
- T. O., 204.
Weights, 170-171.
Weihenstephan, Germany, 116.
Weinberg, 232.
Weinreich, H., 231.
Weisbach, W., 267.
Weise, O., 189.
Weiss, M., 448.
- R., 84.
Weizmann, C., 184.
Welland river, 100.
Wells, D. A., 15.
Wendt, U., 9.
Werdet, E., 195, 264.
Werge, J., 448.
Wessely, J. E., 144, 439.
West, T., 60.
Westcott, T., 89.
Westendorp, K., 399.
Westminster, 190.
Westphalia, 99, 347.
Westram, O., 200.
Westropp, H. M., 319.
Wetherfield, D. A. F., 387.
Wetter, J., 213.
Weule, K., 9.
Weyhmann, A., 349.
Whale fishing, 153.
Wheat, 117, 305, 307.
Wheatley, H. B., 255.
Wheeler, G. O., 434.

- W. H., 100. Whewell, W., 15. White, G., 267.

J., 284, 376.

G. S., 373: Whiteshot, C. A., 313. Whitford, N. E., 98. Whittaker, Sir T. P., 123 Whittemore, H., 273. Whittlesey, C., 72. Wibiral, F., 439. Wichelhaus, H., 295. Wichmann, F. J. R., 302. Wiedemann, K. P., 280. Wiege der Luftschiffahrt, 112. Wiener, L., 362. Wiese, L. von, 356. Wilhelm, B., 112. Wilkinson, F., 373. Willard, J. W., 386. - S., 386. Willcocks, Sir W., 100. Wille, R., 84. Willems, A. C. J., 243. Willett, R., 213. Williams, A., 50, 72, 275. - C. F. A., 451. -- F. S., 276.

W
Waase, K., 77.
Wächter, K. T., 51.
Walch, G. T., 100.
Walford, C., 40.
Wallis, H., 319, 332.
Walpole, H., 226.
Walsh, J. M., 305.

- R., 418.
Walter, J., 118.
Walters, H. B., 319.
Walton, P., 364.
Walzel, A., 92.
Wangemann, Hauptmann, 80.

451. Warburg, O., 141. Ward, J., 405, 415. - T. H., 21.

- & Co., M., Chicago, 84.
Warden, A. J., 376
Ware, L. S., 310.
Warehouses, 163.
Waring, J. B., 319.
Warman, C., 283.
Warner, G. T., 9.
Warren, A., 163.
-- Sir C., 171.
Warships, 89-91.
Wasielewski, W. J. von, 455.
Watch making, 383–387.
Watches, historical collections, 387.
Water supply, 101-102.
- works, 97, 101-102.
Watermarks, 361-362.
Watkins, J. L., 370.
Watson, Sir C. M., 80, 171.

D. K., 423.
J., 148, 204.
Watt, J., 56-57:
Wattenbach, W., 181.
Weaver, C. C., 52.

- L., 390.
Weaving, 40, 362, 365.
Webb, B., 95.

- F. W., 58. - S., 95. Weber, A. F., 35. Webster, W. C., 163. Wedgwood, J., 320, 321. - T., 446.

pottery, 321, 322. Weeks, L. H., 94. -- S. B., 246. Wegener, J., 231, 250.

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L., 409.

Williamson, G., 57.
Willson, B., 273.
Wilmot, S. E., 91.
Wilson, Sir C. W., 80.

W. H., 275.
Wimmer, J., 128.
Winchester, 40.
Winckelmann, J. J., 405.
Wine, 300-302.
Winship, G. P., 228.

Wireless telegraphy, 64, 66-67.

| Wuppertal, 366. Wire-rope making. 350.

Württemberg, 277, 300. Wirth, M., 173

Wüst, F., 349. Wismüller, F. X., 129.

Wutke, K., 72. Witham river, 100.

Wuttke, H., 181. Witt, O. N., 295.

Wyckoff, W. C., 379. Wohlin, N., 131.

Wyer, Robert, 191. Wolf, C., 263.

Wyman, Partridge & Co., Minneapolis, - J. C., 213.

364. Wolff, T., 94.

Y
Wolff-Beckh, B., 325.
Wolfstrigl-Wolfskron, M., Reichsritter von Young, A., 123.

- D., 123
74.
Women's occupations, 13.

- J. J., 318. Wood, Sir H. T. W., 21.

z - J., 137 Woodcuts, 216, 217, 229, 252, 266, 267. Zacharias, P., 342. Woodberry, G. E., 442.

Zaehnsdorf, London, 397. Woodbury, c. J.-H., 369.

Zaharia, A., 307. Woodcarving, 414-415.

Zahm, A. F., 107. Wood-engraving, 202, 438, 439-443.

Zahn, C., 304. Wool industry, 369, 381-382.

Zainer, brothers, 231. Worcester, E. S., 17.

Zamagna, B., 107. 40.

Zampa, G., 455. porcelain, 319, 321.

Zaretzky, 0., 230, 232, 269. Worden, E. C., 297.

Zedler, G., 222, 223. World commerce, 5, 12.

Zeibig, J. W., 184. Worman, E. J., 191.

Zeitschrift für Social- und WirthschaftsWorms, 230.

geschichte, 2.

Zell, U., 230. Worsaae, J. J. A., 31.

Zeppelin, 110, 111. Worsted, 381, 382.

Ziegenhorn & Jucker, Erfurt, 434. Wrangel, K. G., 145.

Ziegler, F. C., 349. Wraný, A., 295.

Zimmermann, E., 326. Wright, C. D., 35, 36.

- J. A., 184. - C. W., 382.

Zinc, 355. S., 152.

Zither, 456. W., 60.

Zonghi, A., 362. Writing, 179-181, 187.

Zschimmer, E., 339. Wrzodek, G., 84.

Zuanelli, L., 163. Wünschendorff, E., 66.

Zürich, 51, 168. Wupperman, H., 349.

Zvcha, A., 72.

S., 77.

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