Saltus, Edgar

Saltus, Edgar, an interesting American writer, born in New York; a busy writer in fiction, biography (Balzac), and philosophy, e. g. “The Philosophy of Disenchantment” and “The Anatomy of Negation,” studies in a somewhat cheerful pessimism; b. 1858.

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

Salts * Salvador
Sallust
Salmasius
Salmon, George
Salomon, Johann Peter
Salonica
Salsette
Salt, Sir Titus
Salt Lake City
Salt Range
Salts
Saltus, Edgar
Salvador
Salvation Army
Salvini, Tommaso
Salween
Salzburg
Salzkammergut
Sam Slick
Sam Weller
Samarcand
Samaria