Wauters and N.
Wauters, Histoire Politique du Congo Belge (1912); E.
Wauters, and devoted chiefly to Congo affairs.
Wauters and A.
Wauters (Brussels, 1899), is a book of similar character to that of Chapaux.
Both Chapaux and Wauters deal with ethnology and zoology.
1812) edited the correspondence of Cardinal de Granvelle; Alphonse Wauters (1818-1898), archivist of Brussels, published many archaeological works; and Charles Rahlenbeck (1823-1903) wrote enthusiastically of the history of Protestantism in Belgium.
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