Routh, q.v.) in the higher ordeal of the Smith's prize examination.
The integrity of the succession has, however, been accepted after searching investigation by men of such learning as Grabe and Routh, and has been formally recognized by the convention of the American Episcopal Church.
279; Julius Africanus, ap. Routh, Rell.
Judaeos, 8; Africanus, in Routh, Rell.
Tiberius 16 by Julius Africanus (Routh, Rell.
Beeson, Leipzig, 1906, under title Hegemonius acta Archelai); earlier editions, Zacagni (1698); Routh, Reliquiae sac., vol.
I.; Routh, Reliquiae sacrae, vol.
Routh, Analytical Statics (2nd.
EDWARD JOHN ROUTH (1831-1907), English mathematician, was born at Quebec on the 20th of January 1831.