Morris, Sir Lewis (b. 1833)

Morris, Sir Lewis, a poet, born in Carmarthen, Wales; the author of “Songs of Two Worlds,” “The Epic of Hades,” “A Vision of Saints,” &c.; often confounded with the succeeding, with whom he has next to nothing in common; (b. 1833).

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

Morris-dance * Morris, William
Morgue
Morisonianism
Morley, John
Mormon, Book of
Mormonism
Morny, Duc de
Morocco
Morocco
Morpheus
Morris-dance
Morris, Sir Lewis
Morris, William
Morrison, Robert
Morse, Samuel Finley Breese
Mortgage
Morton, James Douglas, Earl of
Mosaylima
Moschus
Moscow
Moselle
Moses