Lord Muhon

See Stanhope, Earl.

Lord Rawdon

See Hastings, Francis.

Lord Selborne

See Palmer, Roundell.

Lord Sidmoith

See Addington.

Lord Stair

See Dalrymple.

Lord Stanley Edward Henry Smith

See Derby, earl.

Lord Sydney Godolphin Osborne

Lord Sydney Godolphin Osborne, an English philanthropist, born Feb. 5, 1808, died in 1873. He was the third son of the first Lord Godolphin, and brother of the present duke of Leeds, He graduated at Oxford in 1830, and became rector of Stoke Pogis, and in 1841 of Durwes-ton, Dorsetshire. He has published "Gleanings in the West of Ireland" (London, 1850), the result of a visit to Ireland during the famine of 1847; "Lady Eva, her Last Days, a Tale" (1851); "Scutari and its Hospitals" (1855), which he visited and aided in improving; and many brief essays for the promotion of various charities.

Lord William Campbell

Lord William Campbell, the last royal governor of South Carolina, died Sept. 5,1778. He was the third brother of the fifth duke of Ar-gyle, and in 1763 married a wealthy Carolina lady, sister of Ralph Izard. He was a captain in the navy, member of parliament in 1764, governor of Nova Scotia from 1766 to 1773, and in 1775 of South Carolina. He was active in fomenting insurrectionary movements favorable to the crown among the border population and the Indians, for which he was expelled from the country by the patriots, and took refuge on board a British man-of-war. In this vessel he threatened the city of Charleston, but the guns of Fort Johnson forced him to retreat. He joined the expedition under Sir Peter Parker against the province, and in the attack on Charleston in 1776 received the wound of which he died two years afterward.

Lord Woodhouselee

See Tytler, Alexander Fraser.

Lord. Heathfield

Lord. Heathfield. See Eliott, George Augustus.

Lorenz Diefenbach

Lorenz Diefenbach, a German philologist and author, born at Ostheim, Hesse-Darmstadt, July 29, 1806. He was educated at the university of Giessen, and became a clergyman, and in 1845 one of the founders of the German Catholic church in Offenbach, which city he represented in 1848 in the parliament at Frankfort, and where in 1865 he was appointed second director of the library. He was a voluminous author, and published poems, novels, and various productions in light literature, as well as learned treatises. His principal works are: Celtica (3 vols., Stuttgart, 1839-'42); Ver-gleichendes Worterbuch der gothischen Sprache (2 vols., Frankfort, 1846-'51); Pragmatische deutsche Sprachlehre (Stuttgart, 1847; 2d ed., 1854); Glossarium Latino- Germanicum Media et Infimoe AEtatis (Frankfort, 1857; 2d ed., 1867); and Origines Europoeoe (1861). The Glossarium is a supplement to Du Cange's.

Lorenz Stein

Lorenz Stein, a German political economist, born in Eckernforde, Schleswig, Nov. 15, 1815. He became professor at Kiel in 1846, was prominent in the movement for the independence of the duchies, represented the provisional government of Schleswig-IIolstein at Paris in 1848, and was removed from his professorship in 1852. In 1855 he became professor of political sciences at Vienna. His works include Franzosiche Staats- und Rechts-geschichte (3 vols., Basel, 1846-'8); Geschichte der socialen Bewegung in Fraiikreich von 1789 bis auf unsere Tage (new ed., 3 vols., Leipsic, 1849-'51); System der Staatswissen-schaften (2 vols., Stuttgart, 1852-'6); Lehrbuch der Finanzwissenschaft (Leipsic, 1860; 2d ed., 1871); Die Verioaltungslehre (4 vols., Stuttgart, 1865-'8); Die Lehrevom Heerwesen (1874); and Gegenwart und Zukunft der Rechts- und Staatswissenschaft Deutschland (1875).