Elton, Charles Isaac (b. 1839)

Elton, Charles Isaac, jurist and ethnologist, born in Somerset; held a Fellowship in Queen's College, Oxford; called to the bar in 1865, and in 1884 was returned to Parliament as a Conservative; his first works were juridical treatises on the tenure of land, but in 1882 he produced a learned book on the origins of English history; (b. 1839).

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

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Eloge
Elohim
Elohist
Elphinstone, George Keith, Admiral
Elphinstone, Mountstuart
Elphinstone, William
Elsass
Elsinore
Elswick
Elton
Elton, Charles Isaac
Elvas
Ely
Ely, Isle of
Elyot, Sir Thomas
Elysium
Elze, Frederick Carl
Elzevir
Elzevir Editions
Emanation, the Doctrine of
Emancipation