Harrison, Frederic (b. 1831)

Harrison, Frederic, barrister, born in London, professor of Jurisprudence in the Inns of Court; author of articles contributed to Reviews and Essays, and of Lectures on a variety of current questions, historical, social, and religious, from the standpoint of the positivism of Auguste Comte, with his somewhat vague “Religion of Humanity” is the author of “Order and Progress,” the “Choice of Books,” &c.; (b. 1831).

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

Harrison, Benjamin * Harrison, John
Harold II.
Harold I. of Norway
Haroun-al-Raschid
Harpies
Harrington, James
Harris, Howel
Harris, Joel Chandler
Harris, Luke
Harrisburg
Harrison, Benjamin
Harrison, Frederic
Harrison, John
Harrison, William
Harrogate
Harrow
Harry, Blind
Hart, Solomon Alexander
Harte, Bret
Hartford
Hartlepool
Hartley, David