Child, Francis James (b. 1825)

Child, Francis James, an American scholar, born in Boston; professor of Anglo-Saxon and Early English Literature at Harvard; distinguished as the editor of Spenser and of “English and Scottish Ballads,” “a monumental collection”; (b. 1825).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Chihua`hua * Child, Lydia Maria
Chichevache
Chickasaws
Chiclana
Chief
Chiem-see
Chien de Jean de Nivelle
Chië`ti
Chigi
Chigoe
Chihua`hua
Child, Francis James
Child, Lydia Maria
Child, Sir Joshua
Childe
Childe Harold
Childerbert I.
Childerbrand
Childéric I.
Childermas
Childers, Robert C.
Children of the Wood