Elements

Elements, originally the four forms of matter so deemed—fire, air, earth, and water, and afterwards the name for those substances that cannot be resolved by chemical analysis, and which are now found to amount to sixty-seven.

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

Elemental Spirits * Elephant
Eleanor
Eleatics
Election, The Doctrine of
Electors, The
Electra
Electra
Electric Light
Electricity
Elegy
Elemental Spirits
Elements
Elephant
Elephant, Order of the White
Elephanta
Elephantiasis
Elephantine
Eleusinian Mysteries
Eleusis
Eleutheria
Elf-arrows
Elgin

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Elements in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Albano, Francis
Aldrich, Henry
Alembert, John Le Rond D'
Alfragan
Astorini, Elias
Athelard
Bacon, Francis
Barrow, Isaac [No. 3]
Beattie, James
Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester
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