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Elton, Charles Isaac, Q.C. (b. 1S39), a writer upon law and ethnology. He was born in Somerset, and educated at Cheltenham, and Balliol College, Oxford, where he graduated, and was elected a fellow of Queen's College. He was called to the bar in 1865, and has sat in Parliament for W. Somerset. His legal works are mostly upon outlying points of law embodying old and local customs, such as Borough English. In Origins of English History he urges the importance of the Celtic element in the population of England.