Musæus, John August

Musæus, John August, German author, born at Jena, famous as the author of German Volksmärchen, three of which, “Dumb Love,” “Libussa,” and “Melechsala,” were translated in the volumes of “German Romance” by Thomas Carlyle; he parodied Richardson's “Sir Charles Grandison” and satirised Lavater's “Physiognomical Travels” (1735-1787).

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

Murray River * Muscat
Muravieff, Count
Murchison, Sir Roderick Impey
Murdoch, William
Mure, Colonel
Mürger, Henri
Murillo
Murray, John
Murray, Lindley
Murray, William
Murray River
Musæus, John August
Muscat
Muses, The
Muspelheim
Musselburgh
Musset, Alfred de
Mutsu Hito
Muzaffer-ed-Din
Mycenæ
Myrmidons
Mysore