Felton, Cornelius Conway (18071862)

Felton, Cornelius Conway, American scholar, born at West Newbury, Massachusetts; graduated at Harvard in 1827, and became professor of Greek there, rising to the Presidency of the same college in 1860; edited Greek classics, and made translations from the German; most important work is “Greece, Ancient and Modern,” in 2 vols. (18071862).

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

Felony * Felton, John
Félicité, St.
Felix
Felix, Claudius
Felix Holt
Fell, John
Fellah
Fellows, Sir Charles
Fellowship
Felo-de-se
Felony
Felton, Cornelius Conway
Felton, John
Femmes Savantes
Fenella
Fénélon, François de Salignac de la Mothe
Fenians
Ferdinand the Catholic
Ferdinand I.
Ferdinand II.
Ferdinand III.
Ferdinand I.