Hinton, James (18221875)

Hinton, James, aurist and metaphysician, born at Reading; after taking his degree was for some time at sea and in Jamaica, but in 1850 established himself in London; specialising in ear-diseases he rose to the top of his profession, becoming lecturer at Guy's Hospital; his leisure was earnestly devoted to philosophy, and gave fruit in “Man and his Dwelling-Place,” “The Mystery of Pain,” “Philosophy and Religion,” &c. (18221875).

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

Hindustani * Hiouen-Thsang
Hillel
Himalayas
Hinckley
Hinc`mar
Hind, John Russell
Hindley
Hindu Kush
Hinduism
Hindustan
Hindustani
Hinton, James
Hiouen-Thsang
Hipparchus
Hippias
Hippocrates
Hippocrene
Hippodami`a
Hippolytë
Hippolytus, St.
Hispania
Hissar