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BLACK'S 
GENERAL ATLAS: 



COMPREHENDING SEVENTY MAPS. 



ENGRAVED ON STEEL. IN THE FIRST STYLE OF ART. 



BY SIDNEY HALL, WILLIAM HUGHES, F.R.G.S., &c. 



NEW EDITION. 



EMBRACING ALL THE LATEST DISCOVERIES OBTAINED FROM GOVERNMENT SURVEYS 
AND EXPEDITIONS, BOOKS OF RECENT TRAVEL, AND OTHER SOURCES. 



INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS ON THE GEOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS OF THE VARIOUS 
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD, AND A COMPLETE INDEX OF 65,000 NAMES. 



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EDINBURGH: 
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, NORTH BRIDGE. 



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DESCRIPTIVE STA 

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PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 

THE WORLD, 

THE WORLD ON MERCATOR'S PROJECTION, . 
THE CHIEF PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE 
WORLD— CURRENTS OF THE OCEAN— DIS- 
TRIBUTION OF WINDS, RAIN, AND SNOW. 
ETHNOGRAPHY- DISTRIBUTION AND VARIETIES 

OF THE HUMAN RACE, 
ZOOLOGY — DISTRIBUTION OF SOME OF THE 
PRINCIPAL MEMBERS OF THE ANIMAL 
KINGDOM. 
BOTANY— DISTFT.BUTION OP THE PRINCIPAL 
PLANTS— REGION OF CULTIVATION OP THE 
TEA, SUGAR, <30FPEE, & COTTON PLANTS, . 
MAGNETIC CURVES, .... 
ISOTHERMAL LINES, . • 

MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS, . . . 

BOTANY— DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS IN EQUI- 
NOCTIAL AMERICA, ACCORDING TO ELEVA- 
TION ABOVE THE LEVEL OF THE SEA, 
STARS— NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CELESTIAL 
HEMISPHERES, ... 

SOLAR SYSTEM— THEORY OF THE SEASONS 



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SWEDEN 
RUSSIA, I 


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RUSSIA, I 




SPAIN, (E 




SPAIN, CV^ 




ITALY, (15 




ITALY, (S 


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TURKEY 




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TURKEY 




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PERSIA, 


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INDIA,-^ 


m.— I. 


EASTERN 


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AUSTRAI 


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AFRICA,- 




EGYPT, 




AFRICA, 


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SWEDEN AND NORWAY, XXvi. 








BURST A, IN EUROPE, (NORTH PART,) . . XX VU. 








RUSSIA, IN EUROPE, (SOUTH PART,) XXVm. 


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SPAIN, (EAST PART,)— GiBRALTAB, XXIX. 








SPAIN, (WEST PART,)— PORTUGAL, . XXX. 








ITAT.T, (NORTH,)— Enyieonb OF Rome, . . XXXL 








ITALY, (SOUTH,) — ^Malta and rre Dbpendbncies, XXXIL 








TURKEY IN EUROPE, — Candia — the bosPHORUs, AAAlll. 








HELLAS OR GREECE,^IoinAK Islands, . XXXIV, 








ASIA, XXXV. 






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TURKEY IN ASIA,-— Rums of Babtlon, XXXVI. 








PALESTINE,--Thb Peninsula OF MoDirr Sinai, . XXXVU. 








PERSIA, CABOOL,—Belooohistan— Bokhara, . XJLXVIH. 








INDIA, — THE Punjab— TiBBT — Cbtlon, . . XXXIX. 




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EASTERN ISLANDS— BIRMAH,— Island of Labuan, &c. XL. 








AUSTRALASIA, . . . . XLI. 








AFRICA, — ^Madeira— Port of Aden, XUL 




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EGYPT, ....... XLin. 








AFRICA, (NORTH AND SOUTH,) . XLIV. 




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DO. SOUTHERN PORTION, LARGE SCALE, XLIV.— I. 




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NORTH AMERICA, ..... XLV. 




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ARCTIC REGIONS & BRITISH AMERIOA^TERRl- 




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MAGNETIC CURVES, —. m.-!. 

ISOTHERMAL LINES, . . . . m.— II. 

MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS, . . . . IV. 

BOTANY— DISTRIBUTION OP PLANTS IN EQUI- 
NOCTIAL AMERICA, ACCORDING TO ELEVA- 
TION ABOVE THE LEVEL OP THE SEA, . V. 

STARS— NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CELESTIAL 

HEMISPHERES, . ... V.— I. 

SOLAR SYSTEM— THEORY OP THE SEASONS AND 
TIDES— ECLIPSE&— PHASES OP THE MOON- 
MARINER'S COMPASS— TWILIGHT & DAWN 

—SUMMER AND WINTER RAYS, . . V.— IT 

EUROPE, . • • • . . ,VI. 

ENGLAND, (NORTH PART,) ... VII. 

ENGLAND, (SOUTH PART,) .... VHI. 

WALES, (NORTH & SOUTH,) . . . VHI.- L 

SCOTLAND, (NORTH PART,)— Oworanr Isles, . . IX. 

SCOTLAND, (SOUTH PART,)— Shetland Isles, " X. 

IRELAND IN PROVINCES, . . .XI. 

IRELAND IN COUNTIES, (NORTH PART,) . . XH. 

IRELAND IN COUNTIES, (SOUTH PART,) . XHI. 

FRANCE IN PROVINCES, .... XIV. 

FRANCE IN DEPARTMENTS, (NORTH PART,) . XV. 

FRANCE IN DEPARTMENTS, (SOUTH PART,) . XVI. 

SWITZERLAND, . . . . . • XVH. 

HOLLAND, . . • • • • XVm. 

NETHERLANDS, XIX. 

INDEX MAP OP CENTRAL EUROPE, . . . XX. 

GERMANY, (NORTH PART,) . . . XXI. 

GERMANY, (SOUTH PART,) .... XXH. 

AUSTRIAN DOMINIONS, . . XXm. 

PRUSSIA, . . . . . • XXIV. 

DENMARK, XXV. 



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EASTERN ISLANDS — ^BIBMAH, — Island of Labuan, &c. XL. 
AUSTRALASIA, . . . . XLI. 

AFRICA, — ^Madeira. — ^Port of Aden, XIH. 

EGYPT, ....... XUn. 

AFRICA, (NORTH AND SOUTH,) . . XLIV. 

DO. SOUTHERN PORTION, LARGE SCALE, XLIV.— I. 

NORTH AMERICA, ..... XLV. 

ARCTIC REGIONS & BRITISH AMERICA— TERRI- 
TORIES DISCOVERED & EXAMINED BT THE 
SEARCHING EXPEDITIONS UNDER CAPTAINS 

AUSTIN, PENNY, & INGLEFIELD— 1861 & 2, XLV.— L 
CANADA— NEW BRUNSWICK— NOVA SCOTIA- 
PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND, . .• XLVL 

UNITED STATES, (NORTH PART,) . . . XLVH. 

UNITED STATES, (SOUTH PART,) . . XLVHL 

MEXICO— GUATIMALA— TEXAS, . . XUX. 

WEST INDIES, — ^Yucatan, . . . . L. 

SOUTH AMERICA, . . . . . LL 

PERU— VENEZUELA— NEW GRENADA— EQUATOR, &c , LH. 



CHILI— ARGENTINE REPUBLIC— BOLIVIA, 
BRAZIL— PARAGUAY— BANDA ORIENTAI^ 
CHINA, — ^Islands of Chusan — ^Amot — ^Hono-Komg, 

NEW SOUTH WALES— SOUTH AUSTRAUA- 
NORFOLK ISLAND, 

NEW ZEALAND— WESTERN AUSTRALIA- 
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, 

THE WORLD AS KNOWN TO THE ANCIENTS, 

THE PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF THE ANCIENT 
WORLD, WITH THE ROMAN AND PERSIAN 
EMPIRES, . . . . . 

COUNTRIES EMBRACING THE TRAVELS OF 
SAINT PAUL, THE JOURNEYINGS OF THE 
ISRAELITES, &c. 



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1. AFEtICA — ^Madeira — Port op ^ den, 

2. AFRICA, (NORTH AND SOUTH,) 

3. DO. SOUTHERN PORTION, Large Scale, 

4. AMERICA, (NORTH,; 

5. AMERICA (SOUTH,) 

6. ARCTIC REGIONS AND BRITISH AME- 

RICA — Tebbitohies Discovebed and 
Examined bt the Searching Expedi- 
tions UNDER Captains Austin, Penny, 
AND Inglbfield — 1851 & 2, 

7. ASIA, - - - - . 

8. AUSTRALASIA, 

9. AUSTRALIA SOUTH — NEW SOUTH 

WALES—NORFOLK ISLAND, 

10. AUSTRIAN DOMINIONS, 

11. BELGIUM, &c., - - - . 

12. BRAZIL— PARAGUAY— BANDA ORIEN- 

TAL, 

13. CANADA— NEW BRUNSWICK— Nc 4. 

SCOTIA, 

14. CHUJ— ARGENTINE REPUBIJC— SOUTH 

BOLIVLA., - - - . 

15. CHINA — ^Islands op Chusan — ^Amot — Hong- 

Kong, - - - - - 

16. PERU — VENEZUELA — NEW GRENA- 

DA— EQUATOR, &c., 

17. CONTINENT OF CENTRAL EUROPE, - 

18. DENMARK, .... 

19. EASTERN ISLANDS — BIRMAH— Island 



NO. OF MAP. 

XLH. 

XLTV. 

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XLV. 

LI. 



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LVI. 

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XIX. 

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LIST OF MAPS. 



41. PERSIA, CABOOL — BELOocmsTAN — Bok- 
hara, - - . . . 

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 

42. The Chief Physical Featdbes of the 

World — Cubbemts of the Ocean — 
Distribution of Winds, Rain, and 
Snow, - . . . 

43. ETHNOGRAPHY — Distribution and 

"Varieties of the Human Race, 

44. ZOOLOGY — ^Distbibution of some of 

the Principal Members of the Animal 
Kingdom, .... 

45. BOTANY— DisTBiBUTioN of the Prin- 

cipal Plants — Region of Ctltivation 
OF THE Tea, Sugab, Coffee, .iNd Cot- 
ton Plants, - . - . 

46. BOTANY — ^Distbibution of Plants in 

Equinoctial Ambbica, according to 
Elevation ABOVE the^Level of the Sea, 

47. MAGNETIC CURVES^ 

48. ISOTHERMAL LINES, 

49. MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS, 

60. STARS — ^NoBTHEBN AND SouTHEBN Celes- 

tial Hemispheres, - . . 

61. SOLAR system—Theory op the Sea- 

sons AND Tides — ^Eclipses — ^Phases op 
the Moon — Mariner's Compass — 
Twilight and Dawn — Summer and 



NO. OF MAP. 



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n.— I. 

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12. BRAZIL— PARAGUAY— BANDA ORIEN- 

TAL, 

13. CANADA— NEW BRUNSWICK — NOVA 

SCOTIA, - - - . 

14. CHILI— ARGENTINE REPUBLIC— SOUTH 

BOLIVIA, . - . . 

16. CHINA — ^Islands of Chusa.n — ^Amot — Hono- 

KONO, - - • • . 

1 6. PERU — VENEZUELA — NEW GRENA- 

DA— EQUATOR, &c., 

17. CONTINENT OF CENTRAL EUROPE, - 

18. DENMARK, .... 

19. EASTERN ISLANDS — BIRMAH— Island 

OF Labuan, &c., - . ' . 

20. EGYPT, 

21. ENGLAND, (NORT?H PART,) 

22. ENGLAND, (SOUTH PART,) 

23. EUROPE, 

24. FRANCE IN DEPARTMENTS (NORTH 

PART,) 

25. FRANCE IN DEPARTMENTS, (SOUTH 

PART,) - - - - 

26. FRANCE IN PROVINCES, 

27. GERMANY, (NORTH PART,) 

28. GERMANY, (SOUTH PART,) 

29. GREECE,— Ionian Islands, 

30. HOLLAND, - - - . 

31. IRELAND IN COUNTIES, (NORTH PART,) 

32. IRELAND IN COUNTIES, (SOUTH PART), 

33. IRELAND IN PROVINCES, 

34. ITALY, (NORTH,)— Environs of Rome, 

35. ITALY, (SOUTH,)— Malta and its Depbnb 

ENCIES, - - - - . 

36« INDIA — THE Punjab — ^Tibet — Ceylon, 
87. MEXICO— GUATTMALA— TEXAS, 

38. NEW ZEALAND— WESTERN AUSTRA- 

LIA—VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, 

39. PALESTINE— The Peninsula ofMount Sinai, 

40. PAUL'S, ST, TRAVELS— The Journetings 

of the Israelites, &c, ... 



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V* THK XEA, OUUAK, LJOPFEE, AND LTOT- 

TON Plants, - - - - n, n. 

46. BOTANY — ^Distribution op Plants in 

Equinoctial Ambbioa, acoobding to 

Elevation above theIjBVEl op the Sea, V. 

47. MAGNETIC CURVES, - - m.—I. 

48. ISOTHERMAL LINES, - - HI.— H. 

49. MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS, - IV. 

50. STARS — ^Northern and Southern Celes- 

tial Hemispheres, ... y. j^ 

51. SOLAR SYSTEM— Theory op the Sea- 

sons AND Tides — Eclipses — Phases op 
the Moon — Mariner's Compass — 
Twilight and Dawn — Summer and 
Winter Rats, ... y. H. 

52. PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND, - - XLVI. 

63. PRUSSIA, XXIV. 

54. RUSSIA, IN EUROPE, (NORTH PART,) XXVH. 

55. RUSSIA, IN EUROPE, (SOUTH PART,) XXVIH. 

56. SCOTLA:^, (NORTH PART,) — Orkney 

Isles, ----- jx, 

57. SCOTLAND, (SOUTH PART,) — Shetland 

Isles, ----- X. 

68. SPAIN, (EAST PART,)- Gibraltar, - XXIX. 

59. SPAIN, (WEST PART,)— PORTUGAL, - XXX. 

60. SWEDEN AND NORWAY, - - XXVL 

61. SWITZERLAND, - - . . XVH. 

62. TURKEY IN ASIA— Ruins op Babylon, - XXXVI. 

63. TURKEY IN EUROPE— Candla— The Bos- 

PHORus, - - - - XXXTTT. 

64. UNITED STATES, (NORTH PART,) - XLVH. 
66. UNITED STATES, (SOUTH PART,) - XLVHI. 

66. WEST INDIES— Yucatan, - L. 

67. WORLD, - - . - I. 

68. WORLD ON MERCATOR'S PROJEC- 

TION, - - - - II. 

69. WORLD AS KNOWN TO THE AN- 

CIENTS, . - - . Lvra. 

70. WORLD — ^Principal Countries op the An- 

cient World, with the Roman and Pbe- 

8IAN Empires, .... ux. 



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INTRODUCE 



MAP OF THE WO 



Ortvlius and Mbrcatoi^ in the 16th century, conceived the idea of dividing all known 
lands into three great divisions ; the Old World, comprisine Europe, Asia, and Africa ; 
the New World, or America ; and the Terra Australis or Magellanica, Austra, or Southern 
World ; to which Varenius added the Arctic World. At a later period, when the Pacific 
became more extensively known, while the notion of a Southern or Antarctic continent 
still prevailed, De Brosses prop(Med the names of Australia for the island of New Hol- 
land and the surrounding groups ; Polynesia for the groups of islands scattered over th '• 
Pacific ; and Magellania for the supposed Southern Continent. Geographers have now 
agreed to consider the Island World of the Pacific Ocean as a third division, under the 
name of Oceania. 

Adopting tUs classification, Walckenaer divides the land area of the globe into three 
great portions called worlds, which are completely separated from each other by the 
circumfluent ooesn. 

Old World, subdivided into Europe, Asia, and Africa. 

New World, subdivided into North America and South America. 

Iforitime World or Oceania, subdivided into Malaysia, Australia, and Poljmesia. 

The ocean, with its inland bays and seas, covers an area of nearly 147,800,000 
square miles, or abi^ut three-fourths of the sur&ce of the globe. Laplace has <^culated 
from the influence of the sun and moon upon our planet, that the depbh of the sea can- 
not exceed 26,500 fei^t. If we suppose its mean depth to be about two miles, its cubic 
contents will be nearl f 900,000,000 cubic miles. 

The ocean forms m fiict a ungle mass of fluid surrounding the land, and ^nctrating 
the eontinents with numerous inoentures. But geographers generally divide it into five 
great badna : — 



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The At'i 
breadth, sov^ 

The Ind 
miles in lend 

The An^ 
the latitude 
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The Arc 
and having a 

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Old^ 

New^ 
Mariti 



TABLE OF MOUNTAINS TO ILLUSTRAl 



AMBBICA. 



1 SsiAMra, 

a Chlmboruo. 

• Navado de Sorata, 
4 Wtradod'UUmaal, 
i AnttiMia, 

• OotopHl. 
7 Anq^B* voloMiOt 

• 
10 
11 
It 

U MflVidO «• mimnHmt 

14 Oim^POKMl. . 

IB PlohlHIllUlt 

16 lf«viidod*llailM. 

17 OaAvdtFWoto, 

It Blihen, or Long*! Pwk, . 

It >3llBt§lBliM, 

to tmamftVmk,^ 

tl ■htmdaOobrt. 



POMMktapa, 

IKniat • 

OHWpaU. or PMk of OrinbA, 



a8,aM 
u.4n 

01.986 
01446 
10,180 
lOiSQO 



Audit of Pom and BoUrte. 






#aMMWlMWlMIMIM# 



«WMIMIMIMtMIM# 

MosloMi Otaia. 
AndM,BoUvte. 
Mozloan Chain. 
AndM.BoUTla. 
Ookwibin. 
AtidM, BoUrin. 

Moskan Chain. 

Bodijr Koonlalnai 



46 Plain or Inahan, 

47 Mount WeUtaigton, 

48 FofMlHIU. 
40 Mount Yorii, 

60 Mount Ezmoath. 

61 Kingt Tabto-luid, 
66 Sugar Loaf, 

68 ChaiMour, 

64 MmiSstPaul'a, 

66 CMmel, 

66 lUor, 



1 KIMniaiilaKS . 
OtountaiM of Qmh, 
6 OiiMroom, 
4 FMk. 
6 Lmalmoiii 
Mlltrin, 
7, Otannco POak, 
NIeuveldt. 



4,140 

J^ 

a,ooo 
»J»7 

0,6»/ 
0,4(10 
6.400 
6,100 
1,080 



AFRICA. 

60^000? 
. 16,000 
. 13,000 

l>,t« 
. 11,400 

11,900 
. 10,686 

10,000 



IfBk, Ptml 
Van Dleni 
.Vow BouU 




Tlndh>a» 
VanDIam« 
byrla. 



V Ntofa 

Abnilnla. 

DliAa. 

Tenoriftit. 

BamenMoi 

MaroQoo. 

Fernando] 

Beaufort. < 



DUCTION. 



^ THE WORLD. 



known 
Africa ; 
rathem 
Pacific 
atinent 
w Hol- 
der th •• 
^e now 
der the 

threo 
by the 



la. 

00,000 
mlated 
» can- 
cubic 

;rating 
to five 



TiK-i P'vuli- '^cean, 11,000 milei in length from eait to west, and 8,000 In breadth, 
covers ai! ; rea of 60,000,000 square miles. 

The At'aiitic, 8,600 miles in length from north to south, and from 1,800 to 5,400 in 
breadth, covers about 25,000,000 square miles. 

The Indian Ocean, lying between 40 degrees S. and 25 d^prees N. lat. is about 4,500 
miles in length, and as man}r in breadth, covering a surfiioo oi 17,000,000 square miles. 

The Antarctic Ocean, lying round the South Pole^ and joining the Indian Ocean in 
the latitude of 40 degrees *S. and the Pacific in 50 d^prees, embraces an area of about 
30,000,000 square mileu. 

The Arctic Ocean surrounds the North Pole, lying to the North of Asia and America, 
and having a circuit of about 8^400. 

The whole land area of the globe has been diir^rently estimated ; the most recent and 
most accurate calculations make it 50,200,000 square miles, distributed as follows : — 



Old World, or ^isstc -x Continent, * , 

New World, Amtilv.^ ^'- Western Continent 

North America, . 

South America, . • 

Maritime World, or Oceania, . . 



BquuaMUfli. 

31,230,000 



3,724,000 
16,152,000 
11,854,000 

8,000,000 
6^800,000 



14,800,000 



4,132,000 



IS TO ILLUSTRATE P. TE No. IV. 



4,140 

• m 

J,000 

«.e87 

. fv4(lO 
11.400 

. t.ieo 
Mm 

AFBIOA. 

90,000? 
. 15,000 
. 13.000 

l>.til8 
. 11,400 

11,900 
. 10,6S5 

1A.0OO 



Ink, Pwdk. 

Van Dlemen'i Land. 

New South Wktw. 



#«W>MWMMW«<MMI0 






Tlndh;.* Mountains, 
Vui DianMnt Land. 

t>yrU. 



0i0i^^0i*mtif0mm0m 



V NtofZanilbar. 

AtwMlnla. 

Bliifts. 

TenerUllt. 

Bunen MountafaUi Abyirinl*. 

MMFOOOOi 

Fernando Po. 

tUmtttnw* r.«i nf n.w«l Hum. 



51 BIAngelOi . 

M Roabeif , 

53 OnNBlUder 

54 Bcheekopr. 

55 OomlWdt, . 

56 PiurdeOoiM, 

57 Oonienkop, . 

58 Veeuvto. 

50 Bmebugti . 

SO Bfooken, 

61 Montaemt, 

69 BtOnetft, 

6S Gtbnitar, . 

64 TaMiaHilli. 

65 MoBtmirlN, 



5,900 
5.164 



LiHurt Idaads. 
AJfipe! 






t,aoo 

'•a 



RiiaaiiMblim, Stteito. 
Don«Cudt,Mon«j. 
Pmp de Done, FnuMt. 
PiehM|ebli|e, BohemlA. 

fionenlft* 

HHtawald, GMnany. 

Oatalonlk. 

Btatei of the Chwam, Italy. 

Andahuta. 

NoTiorod, Rni*la. 

OepwtaMBt of La Sate, Fiwioa 



BRITIBB nLAND& 



1 OreiBwIoh Otieerfatonr, 
9 Holyhead. 
- n» - 



914 
700 



Kent 



great basins : -— 



Maritin 



TABLE OF MOUNTAINS TO ILLUSTRATl 



J; 



1 SanOara, 

8 Chiniboraio, 
S Nevado de Sorata, 

4 Nevado d'lUimani, 

5 Antisana, 

6 Cotopaxit 

7 Anqnip*» Toleaao, 

9 Dea6>b6fsdft« 

9 PopoeatepU, 

10 Unln, . 

11 C»tlaliietI,orP«ikof< 
19 TangniMina, 
IS Nendode Merida, 

14 Cem da Potod, 

15 Piebliieha, 

18 NavadodeMeiloo. 
17 0«lft«dePerot«, 
IS Bigfaon, or Long's Poak, 

19 MmmtStElias, 

10 Jamw^PMk, 
91 Sieita da Cobrt, 
99 Sonota Onmde, 

93 Mount FairwMtb'-r, 

94 Duida, volcano. 
Blue Mountaiiu, 
Mount Waihlngton, 
Guadanama, 

98 White Mountain!, 

99 Blaaaerk, 
SO WemerMountalnSi 
81 MomaOarou, 
89 Bouflltlira. 
S3 MooMHiflcick, 
84 J<»uUo,TOlcaoOk 

55 PelCe. . 

56 Camei'aRuDip, 
87 Saddle Moun&i. 



Oilnhft, 



95 
98 
97 



7 
8 
9 



SO KiUlngton Peak, 

40 GtandMaoadnodi, 

41 Anpaladiian Peak, 
49 dff* Batik 



AMERICA. 

IM. 
. 92,360 

91.492 
. 91,986 

91.145 

19,150 
. 18,800 

18.373 
. 18,000 

I7,71S 
17,378 

17,871 

16,579 

16,490 

16.000 

15.040 

15,700 

13,514 

13," 

19,670 

11,500 

9,000 

9,000 

8,970 

8,487 

7.488 

6,650 

6,400 

6.334 

6,000 

6.000 

8,110 

5.041 

4,636 

4.987 

4,900 

4,188 

4,000 

8.454 

3,450 

3,954 

9,700 

1.870 



Andee of Pern and Bolivia. 






Mexican Chain. 
Andes, Bolivia. 
Mexican Chain. 
Andes, Bolivia. 
Colombia. 
Andes, BoUvIa. 

Mexican ChiUn. 



^WWWWUWiieK'XWO^ 



,430 Rocky Mountains. 



Cuba. 
HaitL 






0»»»ii>i«WMW» M W. 



Colombia. 

Jamaica. 

White Mounts. New Hampshire. 

Cokimbia. 

New Hampshire. 

East Greenland. 



#ii»»*»»o»*#«»«wi» 



Bt Vincent, West Indies. 

Guadaloupe, ditto. 

New Hampshire, United States. 

Mexico. 

Martinique, West Indies. 

United States. 



<l»»*W#OWW»<lW<» 



NewToik. 
▼eimont 
New Hampshire. 
United States. 
Tinia del Fuego. 



ABIA AND OCEANIA. 



1 Dhawalagfil, 

9 Jewahir, 

5 Jamautn, 
4 Dhaibun, . 

6 Hindoo Kho, . 
6 MownaKha, 

ElbUR, 

Agrl-dagfa, or Aiarat, 

Bulicutdievskot, volcano, 

10 Mowna-Roa, 

11 Kasboo, 
19 Demavend, 

13 Oyhir, 

14 Atjisb-dagfa, Aigans, 

15 Chnong Dempu, vokamo, 

16 Bgnont, 

17 Koriatskaia, volcano, 

18 Blehikba, . 

19 Peak, 

90 Italitskol, . 

91 Krionotuda, volcano, 
99 Shivelutib, volcano, 
SS Pamwsan, 
194 Lebanon, 

95 Awatika, volcano, 

96 Dodabetta, 

97 Daneshken Kamen, 
96 Pedro-talla-faUa, . 
99 Me-Un, 

50 Kirrigal Pota. 

51 Tottapslta. 
38 PeakoflMM. 
a? bfaial. 

34 Adam's Peak, 

35 Oljnnpus^ . 
88 Bettigo, 

Bea-viewHill, 
Quelpaert, 

BUbnUUNU, 

40 Jebel Akial, or Oasrins, 

41 Aboo, 

49 Ida. 

48 Conan Mountafais, 

44 Baskirian Ooials, 

41 - - 



87 
88 



96,809 
96,748 
95.500 
94,740 
90.800 
18,400 
17.796 
17,988 
16.519 
16,090 
15,345 
15,000 
13,849 
13, 00 

ia,i(i< 

11,433 

11.915 

11,000 

10.805 

10,735 

10,695 

10.501 

10,060 

9.580 

8,780 

8,760 

8.600? 

8,'i80 

8,900 

7.810 

l,m 

7.880 
7,500 
7,490 
1,808 
6.500 
(.WO 

8,880 
8,816 
6,100 
4JM0 
4.480 
4,400 
4,900 



Himalaja. 






Aijriianistan. 

Ownyhee, or Hawaii 

Caucasus. 

Armenia. 

Kamttchatka- 

Owhjihee, or HawaiL 

Caucasus. 

Elbun, Penda. 

Sumatra. 

Asia Minor. 

Sumatra. 

New Zealand. 

Kamtschatka. 

Altai. Siberia. 

Otaheite. 

AUaL 

Kamtschatka. 



^«#M>MWM>M>MW 



Banea. 
Syria. 

Neilgherries, India. 

Ourak 

Ceylon. 

8;uantong, China, 
eylon. 



Island of lesso. 

Arabiit Petrna. 

Ceylon. 

AalaMtaior. 

WsstemGhanta 

New Sooth Wales. 

Qnelpaart Uand. 

Wssfim Ghauts, ladia. 

Syria. 

Aravulll, India. 

Asia Mbior. 

Coiea. 

Siberia. 

Van Dtemsn's Land. 



46 Plafai of Ispahan, 

47 Mount WelUngton, 

48 Forest HiU. 

49 Mount York, 

M Mount Exmouth. 

51 King's Table-kmd, 

69 Sugar Loaf. 

63 Chaisgour. 

64 Mount St Paul's, 
55 Carmel, 

66 Tabor, 



1 KiUmaoJaro^ . 
9 Mountains of Gesh. 

3 Cameroons. 

4 Peak, 

8 LamabnoB. 

6 MUtsbi. 

7, ChurencePeak, 

8 Nieuveldt. 

9 Compassberg. 

10 Volcano, . 

11 Taranta. 

19 Volcano, . 

13 Trigo. 

14 Pedi, 

15 Peak. 

16 Khamies, 

17 Ruivo. 

18 Komberg, 

19 Table Monntidn, 

90 DevU'sPeak, 

91 Green Mountain, 
99 Diana's Peak. 

93 Lion's Head. 

94 C^w of Good Hope. 

95 Pyramid (tf Cheops, 



Mont Blanc. 

Mont Rosa, 

Ortler Spttse, 

L'AUe Blanche, 

Loufeira. 

Loupilon, 

Finster-aar>hoin 

Furca. . 

Ohm. 

Jungfrau-horn, 

Glockner, 

Bchreck-boin. 

Orteles, 

Breit-hora, 

Nager-hom, . 

Honen-Wartshotie , 

Mnlahacen, . 

Mont Cenis, 

Pico de VeleU, 

Moiit Perdu, 

Great St Uemard 

u'-nplon, 

Monte Gibello, (^tna, 

Mabdetta. 

Aiguiiie Noire, 

Pio Blanc, 

Buet, 

Gross K 

Little St 

Canigou. 

Lonmita. . 

Orbelus. 

Guadarrama. 

Velino, . 

Picd'Arbiaon, 

Parnassus. 

Taygetus. 

Pindus, . 

Mont d' Or. . 

Agion Oros, (Athos, 

Olympus, 

Brsnner, 

Puy de Cental. 

Vtij de Saitsi 



1 
9 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
19 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
91 
99 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
30 
31 
39 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
30 
40 
41 
49 
48 

45 OiaeflkYifiui, 

46 Arsskuten 

47 Rigi. 

48 Malhao. 
48 Sulltelma, 
50 Dole, 



ICC 
4,140 

. 3,795 
?.776 

. 3,999 
3,000 

. 9,897 
9,597 

. 9,400 
9,400 
9,160 
1.060 

AFRICA. 

90.000? 

. 15,000 

. 13,000 

19,9.16 

. 11,400 

11,900 

. 10,665 

10.000 

. 10.000 

7.884 

. 7.800 

7,6H0 

7.400 

6,000 

6,400 

5,300 

6,169 

6,000 



3,315 
9.868 
9.602 
2,166 
1,009 
720 

EUROPE. 

16,78-; 
16,586 
15,430 
14.775 
14,461 
14,144 
14.116 
14.040 
13,838 
13.799 
13,713 
13,.«7 
19,860 
19.800 
19,917 
11.676 
11,673 
ll,4«r 
ll,3r8 
ll,Sd3 
11,006 
11,000 
10,963 
10,867 
10,605 
10,905 
10,119 
9,700 

9,900 
8,640 
8,600 
8.600 
8,307 
8,344 
8,000 
7.900 

7,000 

6.'7W 
6.600 
6,463 
6.365 
6,800 
6,340 
6,180 
6.060 
6.000 
6,910 
6,419 



Irak, Persia. 
Van Diemeii 
New South ^ 



Vindhya Mo 
Van Diemen 
Syria. 



West of Za 

Abyssinta. 
Biafra. 
TeneriiTe. 
SamenMoui 
Marocco. 
Fernando Pc 
Beaufort, Ci 
Graffireynet, 
Fogo, Cape ' 
Tigra, Abya 
Isle de Bourl 
Canaries. 
Pico, A^rei 
Tristan da C 
Cape of ChM 
Madeira. 
Beaufort, Ci 
Cape of Goo 



Ascension Ii 
St Helena. 
Cape of Goo 



Egypt 



Alps. 
Alps. 



Sierra Neva* 
Alps. 

Sierra Neva* 
Pyrenees. 
Alps. 



Sicily. 

Pyrenees. 

Alps. 

Pyrenees. 

Alps. 



Pyrenees. 
Carpathians. 
Greece. 
Sierra fie Gu 
Naples. 

Greece. 
Morea. 
Albania. 
Puy de Oom 
Greece. 



Tyrolese Alj 
Auvergne. t 



leokutd. 
Jempttand, I 
Sohweis. 
Bstremadun 
Norwajr. 
Mont Jura. 



Maritime World, or Oceania, 



4,132,000 



rS TO ILLUSTRATE PLATE No. IV. 



Art."- 




-" ■ ■ Art. 




4.140 


Ink.Penia. 


61 BtAngelo, . . . 8.960 


LiMri Islands. 


. 3,796 


Van Diemen's Land. 


62 Roaberg, 


• 


. 8,164 


3.776 


New South Wales. 


63 GroaiRader 








4,978 


Bi&k 


8,392 




64 Bcheekopf. 
86 Dovrefeldt. . 








4,960 
3,978 


Riesengebbm. Bileah. 
Dovieieldt, Norway. 
Puy de Dome, France. 
Fiohtelgebiise, Bohemia. 
Naples. 
Bohemia. 


3,000 


• 


9.8S7 




86 Puy de Dome, . 

87 Oohsenkop, . 

88 Vesuvio, 








2S7 










. 9,400 


Tindhya Mountain!, India. 








3,400 


Van Diemen's Land. 


60 Engebiige, . 








3,781 


. 3,160 


Syria. 


60 Brooken, . 








. 3,690 


Hartswald, Germany. 


1.860 




61 Montserrat, 
69 8tOrest6, 








8,300 
. 9,971 


Catalonia. 

States of the Chunsta, Italy. 


AFUICA. 


*. 


63 Gibraltar, . 

64 Valdai Hills. . 








1,430 


Andalusia. 












1.900 


Novgorod, Rusoia. 


90.000? 


Westof Zaniitwr. 


68 Montmartie, 


« 


400 


Department of La Seine, Fiaiioe 


. 16,000 


Abyssinia. 

Bi^. 

TeneriiTe. 






. 13,000 
12,936 


BRITISH ISLANDS. 


. 11.400 


Samen Mountains, Abyninla. 






11,200 


Marocm. 


1 Oreenwidi Obserratoijr, 914 


Kent 


. 10.668 


Fernando Po. 


2 Holyhead, . 




700 


Anglesea. 


10,000 


Beaufort, Cape of Good Hope. 
Oraffireynet, ditto. 
Fogo, Cape Veid Islands. 
Tigrfe, Abyssinia. 


3 Canaton, 








1,908 


ComwalL 


. 10.000 


4 FennuenManr, 








1,840 


Caernarvon. 


7.«84 
. 7,800 


8 Azedge, 

6 PendShill, . 








1,761 
1,803 


Derby. 
Lanashirt. 


7,6H0 


lale de Bourbon. 


7 Brown Glee, 








1,806 


Shropshire. 


. 7,400 


Canaries. 


8 Holmemoss, 








1.880 


DerbjT^ 
Cumberland. 


6,900 


Pico, A^res. 


High Pike, 








. 2,101 


. 6.400 


Tristan da Cunha. 


10 CamfUl, 

11 Whemside, 








2,248 


YorksUre. 


6,300 


Cape of Geod Hope. 
Madeira. 








. 2,334 




. 8,169 


19 Hedgehope. . 








Northumberland. 


8.000 


Beaufort, Cape of Gkwd Hope. 
Cape of Good Hope. 


13 Ingleboiough, . 

14 Pluiltamnon, 








Yorkshire. 


. 3.689 








2.463 


Cardigansbfa«. 


3,316 




18 Cradle Mountain, 








2,848 


Brecknockshire. 


9.868 


Ascension Island. 


16 ConistonFeU. 

17 CaermarthenVan, 








2,677 


Westmorehmd. 


2,692 


St Helena. 








2.606 


Caermarthenshii*. 


2,166 


Cape of Good Hope. 


18 Cheviot, 








2,668 


Northumberiand. 


1,009 




19 Grassmere Fell, 








2.766 


Cumberland. 


720 


Egypt 


90 Amnig. 

91 CrossfeU, 








3.800 


Mericmethshire. 












. 2,901 


Cumberiand. 


EUROPE. 




99 BowML 
93 Cadir IdriSb 








2,911 
9,914 














Merionethshire. 


16,78; 


Alpfc 


94 ArranFowddy, 
98 Helvelyn, 








9,960 
3.066 




. 16,686 








CumberiandL 




16,430 


r" 


96 Bklddaw. 








JS 






• W'V^, 


Alps. 


97 CUnedd, Bai^dd, 








Caernarvon. 




14,481 




28 Oamedd, LlaweUya. 
99 BnowdoB, 

30 Oaingpnn, 

31 BenMaodui, 
39 Ben Nevis. . 

33 Ben Lawefs, 

34 Bein Mon. . 








3,671 
4.050 
4,418 
4.416 
. 3.948 
3.903 
3,818 

3,661 
3,613 
3,660 
3,482 
3,460 






14.144 














14.116 
14,040 










Invemess-shire. 
Aberdeenshire. 
Invemess-shire. 
Perthshire. 








13,838 












13.790 












13.713 










Perthshire. 




. 13.397 
13.860 




SS Ben Mors. 












36 Bea Gloe. 








A w waaBUSA V* 




19,800 
19,917 
11.676 
11.673 




37 BoiWyvis, 

38 Ben Lodi. 








Ross-ihire. 












Perth^irA. 






OT. A^WI AJVUA, . 








A VAUiaUUVa 




Sierra Nevada, Spain. 
Alps. 


40 BebiDeirg, . 

41 Ben Ferfcuiich. . 












ll,4«r. 












ii,3ra 


Sierra Nevada, Spain. 


49 Mount Battook, 








Ktaieardfaieshlre. 




ll.SiW 


Pyrenees. 
Alps. 


43 MaoRtllicuddy's Reel 


M, 






3,410 


Kerry. Irebuid. 




11.006 


44 Boairsooh. . 








3.400 


Aberdeensliire. 




11,000 




46 BenCruaehan, . 
44 BenGurdy, . 








. 3.300 


Amrleslihw. 
Pertiuhire. 




10,963 
10,867 


Sicily. 








3.364 




Pyrenees. 
Alps. 


47 BenAan. 

48 BenVoirlich, 








3.301 






10,606 








8.370 






10,206 


Pyrenees. 


49 Ben Lomond, . 








3,191 


SUrlingshira. 




10,119 


60 SleibhDorin, 








3,160 


Derrv. 
Pertiishire. 




9,700 
9.604 





Al Ititfi V«nu«. 








3,000 
2.800 
2,863 






69 BhwkLart, . 
63 The Gobbler, . 








A va Niwiu ve 

Ayrshire. 

Are^leshlre. 

Peeblesshhw 




9.990 


Pyrenees. 










8.640 


Carpathians. 


64 DoUarbum, . 








2,840 




8.600 


Greece. 


66 Broad Law, 








2,800 






8,600 


Sierra <le Guadarrania. 


66 Oroaih PMrick, 

67 HwUUl, 








2,666 


Mayo. Ireland. 




8,307 


Naples. 








2,636 


Dumfiriesshtoe. 




8.344 


Pyrenees. 


68 LowtherHiU, 








2,699 


Lanarkshire. 




8.000 


Greece. 


60 MomeHUIs, 








9,600 


Downshire. 




7,900 


Morea. 


60 PapsofJum, 








9,470 


Argyleshire. 




7.000 


Albania. 


61 Tintoek, 








9,306 


Lanarkshire. 




a 


Puy de Oomt. 
Oreeoe. 


68 Oroaihan. . 
63 PeoUand Hills. . 








1,860 
1,700 


Kinshelly. 
Mid-Lothiaa. 




6.600 
6,463 




64 CMnpsieHUIa, 
68 BUdonRiils, . 








1,600 
1,300 


BtirUngddn. 
Rozbunriisbira. 




Tyrolese Alps. 
Auvergne, France. 










6,366 


66 ArthorBeiU. 








822 


Mid-Lothian. 




6.300 
6.340 


Iceland. 


m Ballsbary Cralfs. 

68 Bdinbuiih OSU^ . 

69 Ooiktfcll. 








660 
434 










6.180 


Jemptland, Bwedca. 








•,048 


IdeofAmn. 




6.060 


Sohweii. 


BnaeisU. 








1,004 


Isle of Man. 




6.000 


BstremaduiA. 


' 1 DuBBOie, 








810 


IsleofWifht 
Firth of 0|y%. 


* 


6.910 


Norway. 
Mont Jura. 


9 AUsaOmlf, . 








1,130 




6,419 


78 BaaRoek, 








400 


Firth of Forth. 



\\ 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



CLIM ATOLO 



Ths climate of a country comprehends whatever relates to the decree of heat and cold 
to which it is subject, the drjmess and moisture of the air, its healthmess or insalubrity. 
The causes which aflfeet and determine the climate of a place are nine : 1. The action of 
the sun upon the atmosphere ; 2. The internal heat of the globe ; 3. The height of the 
place above the level of the sea ; 4. The general exposure of the region ; 5. The position 
of the mountains relative to the cardinal points ; 6. The neighbourhood of the sea and its 
relative position ; 7. The geolo^cal character of the soil ; 8. The degree of cultivation 
which it has received, and the density of the population collected upon it ; and, 9. The 
prevalent winds. 

These causes, acting together or separately, determine the character of a climate as 
moist and warm, dry and warm, mild and moist, mild and dry, cold and moist, cold and 
dry, &c. 

The torrid zone has but two seasons ; the wet and the drv. The latter is considered 
as the summer, and the former as the winter of the regions within this zon^ but they are 
in direct opposition to the astronomical seasons, as the rains follow the sun. In some 
districts there are two rainy and two dry seasons every year. The temperature is uniform 
to the distance of 10 or 15 degrees from the equator ; but in the neighbourhood of the 
tropics there is a great difference between the temperature when the sun is in the zenith 
and when he is in the opposite solstice of any place. The climate of the equatorial zone 
is more temperate than that of the tropical regions, in which extreme heats prevail during 
the presence of the sun. 

In the temperate zones only is the year divided into the four seasons, exhibiting the 
agreeable vicissitude of heat and cold, the varied charms of spring and autumn, the tempered 
fires of summer, and the healthful rigours of winter. This regular succession of the annual 
changes can, however, hardly be considered to extend farther than from 86** to GO^ of 
latitude. 

In the frigid zones two seasons only are known ; a long and severe winter is abruptly 
followed by the insupportable heats of a short but burning summer ; this harsh transition 
and strong contrast are occasioned by the great length of the days in summer and the 
shortness of the dajrs, or total absence of the sun in winter. 

The decrease of heat as we recede from the equator follows the same laws in the two 
hemispheres, being no greater in the southern than in the northern, but varies according 
to the longitude. On the west of Europe the cold increases less with the latitude than in 
any other quarter. Under meridians which are 90"» either east or west of London, the 
increase of cold, as we go northward, is more rapid than in England. According to 
Humboldt, continents and large islands are wanner on their western sides than on the 
eastern. The climate of Eastern Asia comes nearer to that of Eastern America than that of 
Western Europe. Thus, the latitudes of Naples, Pekin, and Philadelphia, are respectively 
ffi ^*» •°° ^'*» '^*»»*'»* t*»e»' ™««» temperatures are 63.3*, «4.8% and 63.4<»; Such 
difierenees are rendered more sensible when we connect the places having the same mean 



temperatu] 
heat. Thi 
descends t( 
W in Eur 
is warmer 
sphere, wo 

Thedi 
thing at th 
the seasont 
temperatni 
nortn-east 
56**, then a 
mer tempo 
opposite di 
angles to tl 
nearly the 

Thee] 
felt in sma 
when the ' 
mountains 
The heat i 
deserts of 1 
boiling poi 
like a fog, 
is very mu 
freezing of 
of the win 
while in m 
above the 1 
by the wat 
neither pla 
sun remain 
would hav 
and inten8< 
north has 1 
lower their 

Thefo 
this interes 
the longitui 



IMher- 
malBMidi. 



•S 

I 
I 



KUDMOfPlMSM. 



MelViUe Iibmd, 

Nain, 

LnotnteklM, 

Hoapioe de St Gothard, . 

North Gape, . 

Ulem . 

Umea, 

St Petcmburg, 

Drontheim, . 

Moscow, . 

Abo, . . 



Upaal, 

Stockholm,, 

Quebec, . 

Chriitiuiia, 

Convent of Peysenberg, . 



Podtlon. 



Ut. 



74 47 
57 8 
68 80 
46 30 



71 
65 




8 



68 50 

59 56 
68 24 
55 45 

60 27 



59 51 
59 20 

46 47 
59 55 

47 47 



Long. 



110 
61 
20 
8 
25 
25 
20 
80 
10 
87 
22 



48 W. 
20 W. 
47 E. 
28 E. 
50 E. 
26 E. 
16 E. 
19 E. 
22 B. 
82 E. 
18 E. 



17 88 E. 

18 8E. 
71 low. 
10 48 E. 

ijyujg. 



Height. 



Fett. 





1356 

6390 











970 









Mfti 



AL ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



MATOLOGY. 



and cold 
aliibrity. 
action of 
it of the 
position 
» and its 
iltivation 
d, 9. The 

limate as 
cold and 

onsidered 
; they are 
In some 
I unifonn 
>d of the 
he ZAnith 
trial zone 
al during 

iting the 
tempered 
[le annual 
to 00° of 

abruptly 
iransition 
r and the 

1 the two 
Mscording 
e than in 
idon, the 
>rding to 
n on the 
in that of 



Sue] 
Knemean 



temperature by lines which Humlwldt denominates isothermal lines, or lines of eqii»1 
heat. Thus, the isothermal line of 69° F. traverses the latitude of 43" in Europe, but 
descends to latitude 36° in America ; the isothermal line of 41° F. passes from latitude 
60° in Europe to latitude 48° in America ; but since the western coast of North America 
is warmer than the eastern, the isothermal lines being traced round the northern hemi- 
sphere, would have concave summits at the east side of both worlds, and convex at the 

The difference between the mean temperature of summer and winter amounts to no- 
thing at the equator, but increases continuuly with the latitude. The extreme difference of 
the seasons is comparatively sm^l in Western Europe, but w p^ai where the mean annual 
temperature is low, as on the east coasts of Asia and America. If we draw a line in a 
nortn-east direction from Bordeaux to Warsaw, and continue it to the Wolga, in latitude 
65°, then all places under this line, at the same elevation, will have nearly the same sum- 
mer temperature of 69° or 70° F. The lines of equal winter temperature decline in an 
opposite direction. Thus a straight line drawn from Edinburgh to Milan almost at right 
angles to the former line, would pass over places which, if equiUly elevated, would hare 
nearly the same winter temperature of 37° or 38° F. 

The extremes of temperature are experienced chiefly in large inland tracts^ and little 
felt in small idands remote from continents. In the United States intense cold is felt 
when the wind blows from the frozen regions round Hudson's Bay. From snow-dad 
mountains gusts of cold wind, called anow winds, rush down and cool the adjacent plains. 
The heat accumulates to an astonishing degree when the wind passes over extensive 
deserts of burning sand, which are said, in some instances in Africa, to be heated to the 
boiling point. This fine sand, or rather dust, sometimes rises in the air and obeeuret it 
like a fog, communicating to it an intolerable heat. In Arctic oountries the temperature 
is very much regulated by the freezing of the water and the melting of the ice ; by the 
freezing of the water great quantities of heat are given out, which moderate the severity 
of the winter's cold, and thus save from destruction the Antic land animals and plants, 
while in summer the intensity of the heat, produced by the lung continuance of tne sun 
above the horizon, is moderated by the abstraction of a oonaiderable portion of that heai 
by the water during the melting of the ice. Had the Arotie regions Men entirelr of land, 
neither plants nor animals could have existed in them ; for during summer, owing to the 
sun remaining above the horizon for months, an elevation of atmospheric tempentnro 
would have Men produced fotal to animals and plants ; and in winter, the long durknesa 
and intense cold would have proved equally fiital. The oold of the iey regions of the 
north has been alleged to reach the southern latitudes by currents of ur, and thus to 
lower their temperature. 

The following table contains a snmmarr of the results of Humboldt's retesrehes on 
this interesting subject The temperatures nave been reduced to Fahrenheift aeale^ and 
the longitudes are reckoned from Greenwich. 



PodUon. 



Long. 



110 48 W. 
61 20 W. 
20 47 E. 
8 28 E. 
25 50 E. 
25 26 E. 
20 16 E. 
SO 19 E. 
10 22E. 
37 82 E. 
22 18E. 



17 88 E. 

18 8E. 
71 low. 
10 48 E. 



Height. 



MmnTma- 
pentunof 
UmYmt. 



FMt. 





1356 

6390 











970 












MMa T«np«ntan of 



Wintar. 



— 2-00 
•f 26-42 
26-96 
80-88 
82-00 
85-08 
88-26 
88*84 
89-92 
40-10 
40-28 



42-08 
42-26 
41-74 
42-80 



-81-85 
- 0-60 
0-68 
18-82 
28-72 
11-84 
19-99 
17-06 
28-79 
10'78 
20-84 



Spring. 



94-98 
96-59 
14-18 
98-78 



- 6-60 
23-90 
24-98 
26-42 
29-66 
97-14 
M-80* 
88-19 
85-94 
4406 
88-80 



89-38 
88-80 
88-84 
8902 



Bunuuw. 



88-78 
48-88 
64-86 
44-96 
48-84 
57-74 
54-86 
62-06 
61-24 
67*10 
61-88 



60*96 
61-88 
6800 
62*60 



Aatoan. 



— 8-84 
83*44 
27-89 
81*89 
89*08 
85*96 
88*44 
88-66 
40-10 
88-80 
40*64 



49-80 
48*16 
46*04 
41*18 



WamiMt 
Month. 



89-08 
61-80 
69-54 
46*99 
46*68 
61*59 
69*60 
65-66 
64*94 
70*69 



69*49 
64*04 
78-40 

66*74 



CoMmI 
Month. 



—86*69 
^ll-90 
— 0-68 
-f 15-08 
92*10 
7*70 
11*48 
8*60 
19.58 
6*08 



22*46 
99*89 
18-81 
98-41 



I M 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS.— 



THE WORLD AS KNOWN TO 



I' 



Ths oldest geographical record extant is the account given by Moses of the settlements 
of the descendants of Noah, after the Flood. These, however, with few exceptions, cannot 
be identified with the nations and countries made known to us hy the Greeks and 
Romans, from whom we have derived all the other information we possess of the ancient 
world ; and we are, therefore, compelled to descend at once, through the dark interval of 
many centuries, to inquire. What was the extent of the sacred Historian's personal 
acquaintance with the EartWa surfiM^ ? This we shall find to have been extremely limited. 
The geography of the Hebrews, in the time of Moses, may be said to have been confined 
to Palestine, Egypt, the northern parts of Arabia, and Aram, the latter probably including 
both Syria and Assyria. Even in the later times of the kings and prophets of Israel and 
Judah, the Hebrew geography seems not to have extended Myond Assyria, Media, Persia, 
and Ethiopia, with, perhaps, some vague conceptions of Europe under the name of the 
Isles of the G^entiles. Solomon, inde^ sent ships to Tarshish and Ophir ; but the navi- 
gators were Phoenicians, and the commeroe thus be|run was of too snort continuance to 
enable the nation to acquire much knowledge of foreign countries. 

The great geographers of those early ages, the most celebrated explorers of unknown 
regions, were the Phoenicians. This enterprising people being precluded by the nature of 
their country fro^ 'extending their dominion by land, and invited by the numerous 
facilities for communication which were presented by the adjacent sea, seem early to have 
directed their attention to foreign commerce and maritime discovery. They established 
fiiotories, and planted colonies, in tUmost every country along the shores of the Mediter- 
ranean, and possessed Cadiz and several other stations beyond the Western Straits. They 
likewise explored the western coasts of Africa to an extent now unknown ; visited the 
British islands in quest of tin ; and probably colonized Ireland. To the eastward, they 
appear to have carried on an equallk extensive trade, which centered in Babylon, the 
greatest and most luxurious city of Western Asia ; but the records of both Babylon and 
Phoenicia have perished, and we are indebted to a few imperfect notices by the Greek and 
the Hebrew writers for all our knowledge of this adventurous people. 

Next to the writings of the Old Testament, the Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, with the 

Soems of Hesiod, are the oldest geographical works which have descended to us. In the 
ays of these early writers, the earth appears to have been regarded as a flat circular disk, 
surrounded by the ocean stream. The extent of the known world, according to Homer, 
reached only from Colchis (Imerita) on the east, to somewhere about Sicily on the west. 
Towards the south, he was acquainted with Egypt, and mentions also the Ethiopians ; 
but, towards the north, his information was bounded by Thrace. Hesiod knew of 
the Lygyes, who dwelt beyond the Tyrrenhians, and of the river Eridanus (Rhine?) 
which flowed northward to the ocean. He also mentions the amber which was collected 
at its month, and the singing swans which frequented its waters and those of the ocean. 

Between the time of Homer and that of Herodotus, a period of four oentunes, the 
Greeks had spread themselves over several of the countries adjoining to the Mediterranean, 
and had planted colonies in Asia Minor, Libya, Italy, Sicily, and even Gaul and Swiin ; 
all of which kept up a constant intercourse v/ith the mother country. The father of his- 
tory, who had visited in person %ypt, Syria, Assjria, Babylon, A^ia Minor, and. Italy, 
has left ns an aeoount of the worid as known in his time, the middle of the fifth <^ntury 
8. c. He describes the Indians as the people farthest east, and the country beyond them 
as a desert of sand (the Thur?) ; to the. southward, he mentions Arabia and Ethiopia ; 
he was acquainted with Libya as far as the Atlantes ; but beyond theni he seems not to 
have known the name of any place ; he only tells us that there was a habitable country 
as far west as the pillars of Hercules, and even bevond them. His knowledge of the west 
of Europe was equally imperfect. He had heard of the nver Eridanus, from which the 
Greeks obtained their amber, and of the Cassiterides, from which they procured their tin : 
but he had endeavoured, he says, without success, to meet with any one who, frompersonal 
observation, could describe to him the sea which washed that part of Europe. With the 
Ister (Danube) he appears to have been well acquainted ; and he knew that the Caspian 
was a sea unconnectea with any other. 

For some time after the age of Herodotus, the knowledge of the worid possessed by 



the Greeks aj: 
up an extensi 
the conquests 
in different 
Euergetes ; a: 
two centuries 
Ganges. Of i 
day. To the 
to the westen 

Our spac( 
time of Stral 
his knowledffd 
north-east, th 
off the half of 
the equator. 

Several o 
the world, no 
along with th 
Alexandrian ( 
century of th 
peninsula be} 
Thibet; but < 
of the world, 
position. To 
oetween it ai 
delineated by 
Spain, France 
many, and tfa 
which may b< 
east, he was i 
esting portioi 
several moun 
of which hav 
graphers. 

After the 
extended, ani 
Caucasus, bee 
have reached 
the last adva 
ages. Durinj 
its retrogress! 
geographical 
the Greeks ai 
limited. In 
T*olo and su< 
many centur 
beyond Norw 
the southwar 

{>rubably kiio 
iftther of mo< 
end of the c( 
In less than 
farthest west 
proved to be, 
other uniustr 



miUt 



POPULATION OF TH 



** All the ealenlationi," says Malte-Brun, ** which have been made upon this subjeet 
are chimerical, and it is impossible to state any which shall even approximate to the 
troth." Notwithstanding this declaration, Malte-Brun himself, as well as other I^fnj- 
phen and statists, have amused themselves with this chimera ; and tae result of their 
conjectures will be seen in the following tables : — 



.TudaifliD. 
Islam, oi 
Brahmin: 
Buddhian 
neliffion 
Fetii 



L ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



8 



OWN TO THE ANCIENTS. 

the Greeks appears to have been nearly stationary. Military enterprise at length opened 
up an extensive field of discovery. The wide regions of the East were made known by 
the conquests of Alexander the Great ; numerous voyages and travels were undertaken 
in different directions ; geographical knowledge abounded at the court of Ptolemy 
Euergetes ; and it was there that Eratosthenes completed a system of geography abont 
two centuries b. c. The limits of his positive knowledge terminated eastward at the 
Ganges. Of the sources of the Nile his knowledge was as extensive as that of the present 
day. To the west and north he was acquainted with Albion and ThnU ; but with respect 
to the western part of Africa, he added nothing to the information left by Herodotus. 

Our space prevents us from giving in detail the progress of geography down to the 
time of Strabo, at the beginning of the first century of the Christian era. The limits of 
his knowledge were, to the north, leme, or Ireland, and the month of the Elbe ; to the 
north-east, the Tanais or Don ; to the east, Ceylon and ThimB? but to the south, he cut 
off the half of Africa, and supposed that the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans met under 
the equator. 

Several other writers, nearly contemporaneous with Strabo, have left us accounts of 
the world, not differing materially from his ; but all the information contained in them, 
along with the subsequent discoveries, have been embodied in the works of Ptolemy, the 
Alexandrian geographer, who flourished at the end of the first, and beginning of the second 
century of the Christian era. His knowleds^e extended from the Atlantic Ocean to the 
peninsula beyond the Ganges, and to the country of Serica, supposed to be China or 
Thibet ; but owing to the enormous expansion of nis measurements, he carries the limits 
of the world, in both of these directions, many degrees of longitude beyond their true 
position. To the north-east, he was acquainted with the Caspian Sea, and the countries 
between it and India ; but not with uieir true extent and configuration. Europe, .is 
delineated by him, is also considerably different from its real form ; but it comprises 
Spun, Franco, Britain, and Ireland, the Western and Northern Isles of Scotland, Ger- 
many, and the Cimbric peninsula, adjoining which he places the four Seanian islandi^ 
whicn may be those of Denmnrk, or probably, the Scandinavian peninsula ; and, farther 
east, he was acquainted with Sarmatia as far as the Rha or Volga. But the most inter- 
esting portion of his work is that which relates to central Africa. He there describes 
several mountains, lakes, and large rivers (Geir and Nigeir ;) the situation and courses 
of which have completely puzzled, and continue to puzzle and perplex aJl modem geo- 
graphers. 

After the publication of Ptolemy's work, the geography of the world was considerably 
extended, and Germany, Sarmatia, and the countries round the Black Sea and the 
Caucasus, became better known. In the sixth century. Ancient Oeoffrap,_^ may be said to 
have reached its utmost extent by the addition of Sweden and Norwuy, or Scandinavia, 
the last advance which it made before the world sank into the darkness of the middle 
ages. During this dreary period, it is needless to trace its progress, or rather, for a while, 
its retrogression ; but immediately preceding the great events of tlie fifteenth century, the 
geographical knowledge possessecf by the nations of Western Enropo, who had succeeded 
the Greeks and Romans, as the custodiers of lingering science and civilization, was very 
limited. In fact, the somewhat vague notions of the Far East, communicated by Marco 
Tolo and succeeding travellers, were almost the only additions made to geography for 
many centuries. Iceland, indeed, was known, but no ship had sailed to the north-east 
beyond Norway ; and all the countries to the east of the Black Sea and the Baltic, and to 
the southward of Egypt and Barbary, were still unexplored, though some of them were 
probably known by name. But all at once the face of the world was changed. The great 
rather of modern maritime discovery sent out his first ship in ▲. d. 1412 ; and before the 
end of the century, America was discovered, and India reached by sailing round Africa. 
In less than thirty years after the first voyage of Columbus, the farthest east and the 
farthest west had met ; and, for the first time since the Flood of Noah, the earth was 
proved to be, what geometers had suspected, a globe ; and not, as Homer, and Hesiod, and 
other uniustructed people have imagined, a disk. 



N OF THE WORLD. 



Total of Christiaiilty, . . 
.TadidsiD, . . • * • . . . 

IbImii, oa ihometanimn, . . • • • . 

Brahminisiu, .•• . • • • . . 

Buddhism, • . • . . • . 

Relision of Confucius, Sintiam, Mythological Naturalism, Nanekism, and 
Tetisliism, 



260,000,000 
4,000,000 1 
96,000,00011 
60,000,00011 

170,000,00011 

147,000^0011 



UllieiCUItVB UIU iuiiuw*vu 



}A 



IMher- 
UMl Bands. 


NuilMOfFUUiM. 




Podtion. 


ux. 


Long. 




MdVille THbnd, 

Nun, 

Enontokies, 

Hospice de St Gofhard 

North Cape, . 

Ulea, . . 

Umea, 

St Petersbarg, 

Drontheim, 

Moscow, . 

Abo, . 


• 


s - 


• 


• 


• 




o t 

74 47 
57 8 

68 30 
46 30 
71 
65 3 
63 60 

69 66 
63 24 
65 46 
60 27 


o / 

110 48 W. 
61 20 W. 
20 47 E. 
8 23 E. 
26 50 E. 
25 26 E. 
20 16 E. 
30 19 E. 
10 22E. 
37 32 E. 
22 18 E. 


o 

1 


Upsal, 

Stockholm,, . 

Quebec, 

Christiania, • > 

Convent of Peysenber; 

Copenhagen, . 

Kendal, 

FalUand Islands, 

Praffue, . 

Gottingen, 

Zurich, 

Edinburgh, 

Warsaw, . 

Coire, 

Dublin, 

B«me, 

Geneva, . 

Manheim, 

Vienna, 












59 61 
69 20 

46 47 
69 56 

47 47 

65 41 
54 17 
51 25 

50 6 

51 32 

47 22 

66 67 

52 14 
46 60 
63 21 
46 6 
46 12 
49 29 

48 12 


17 38 E. 

18 3E. 
71 10 W. 
10 48 E. 
10 34 E. 
12 35 E. 

2 46 W. 
59 69 W. 
14 24 E. 

9 63 E. 

8 32 E. 

3 low. 
21 2E. 

9 30 E. 

6 19 W. 

7 26 E. 
6 8E. 

8 28 E. 
16 22E. 


• 

s 

1 

1 


Clermont, 
Buda, 

Cambridge, U. S. 
Paris, 
London, 
Dunkirk, . 
Amsterdam, . 
Brussels, . 
Franeker 
FhUadelphia, 
New York, . 
Cincinnati, • 
St Malo, 
Nantes, . 
Pekin, 
MUan, 
Bordeaux, . 














46 46 

47 29 
42 26 

48 60 
61 30 

51 2 

52 22 
50 60 
52 36 
89 66 
40 40 
39 6 
48 89 
47 13 
39 64 
46 28 
44 60 


3 5E. 
19 IE. 
71 8W. 

2 20 E. 

6W. 
2 22 E. 

4 60 E. 
4 22E. 
6 22 E. 

76 16 W. 

73 68 W. 

82 40 W. 

2 IW. 

1 32 W. 
116 27 E. 

9 HE. 
84W 


1^ 


Marseilles, . 
Montpellier, . 
Rome, . . 
Toulon, 
Nansanki, 
Natdiez, 














43 17 
43 36 
41 63 
48 7 
32 46 
81 28 


6 22E. 

3 52 E. 

12 27 E. 

6 50 E. 

129 55 E. 

90 30 W. 


68 to 
77°. 


Funohal, . 
Algiers, 














32 37 
86 48 


16 66 W. 
8 IE. 


Band 
aboTs 

7r>. 


Caux>, 
Vera Crua, 
Havanna, 
Cumana, 














30 2 
19 11 
28 10 
10 27 


80 18 E. 
96 1 W. 
82 18 W. 
65 15 W. 



'T 



■.^i0^Ui>,. 



*Ki 



PodUon. 


Mean Tern- 
pemturaof 
the Tew. 


Mean Tempenture of 


MeuTamptmtmor 


Lat. 


Long. 


Height. 


Winter. 


Spring. 


Summer. 


AotD'^kn. 


Warmeit 
Month. 


Month. ' 


o / 

74 47 
57 C 
68 30 
46 30 
71 
65 3 
63 50 

59 56 
63 24 
55 45 

60 27 


o / 

110 48 W. 
61 20 W. 
20 47 E. 
8 23 E. 
25 50 E. 
25 26 E. 
20 16 E. 
30 19 E. 
10 22R 
37 32 E, 
22 18 E. 


Feet 





1356 

6390 











970 




o 

— 200 
+26-42 
26-96 
80-38 
32-00 
85*08 
83-26 
38-84 
39-92 
40-10 
40-28 


o 

-81*35 
~ 0*60 
0*68 
18*32 
23*72 
11*84 
12*92 
17*06 
28*72 
10*78 
20*84 


o 

— 6*60 
23*90 
24*98 
26*42 
29*66 
27-14 
S8-80* 
88-12 
85-24 
44-06 
88-30 


o 

83-78 
48-38 
64-86 
44*96 
43*34 
67*74 
54*86 
62*06 
61*24 
67*10 
61*88 


o 
— 8-84 
33*44 
27-32 
31-82 
82-08 
85-96 
83-44 
88-66 
40*10 
88*30 
40*64 


o 

89-08 
51-80 
59-64 
46-22 
46-58 
61*52 
62*60 
65*66 
64*94 
70*52 


o 

—86*62 

—11*20 

— 0*68 

-1-16*08 

22-10 

7-70 

11*48 

8*60 

19.58 

6*08 


59 51 
59 20 

46 47 
59 55 

47 47 
55 41 

54 17 
51 25 

50 5 

51 32 

47 22 

55 57 

52 14 
46 50 

53 21 
46 5 
46 12 
49 29 

48 12 


17 38 E. 

18 8E. 
71 10 W. 
10 48 E. 
10 34 E. 
12 85 E. 

2 46 W. 
59 59 W. 
14 24 E. 

9 53 E. 

8 82 E. 

3 low. 
21 2E. 

9 30 E. 

6 19 W. 

7 26 E. 
6 8E. 

8 28 E. 
16 22E. 










3066 









456 

1350 

150 



1876 



1650 

1080 

482 

420 


42-08 
42*26 
41-74 
42-80 
42-98 
45-68 
46-22 
46-94 
49-46 
46-94 
47-84 
46-56 
48-56 
48*92 
49-10 
49-28 
49-28 
50-18 
50-54 


24*98 
25*52 
14*18 
28*78 
28*58 
80*74 
80*86 
89-56 
81-46 
80-88 
29.66 
88-66 
28-76 
82-36 
89-20 
32.00 
84*70 
88*80 
82*72 


89-38 
88-30 
38-84 
39-02 
42-08 
41-18 
46*14 
46*58 
47*66 
44*24 
48-20 
46-40 
47*48 
50-00 
47-30 
48-92 
47-66 
49-64 
51-26 


60*26 
61*88 
68*00 
62*60 
58*46 
62*60 
66-84 
63-06 
68-90 
64-76 
64-04 
58-28 
69-08 
63*32 
59*64 
66*56 
64*94 
67*10 
69*26 


42*80 
43-16 
46-04 
41-18 
42-98 
48-38 
46-22 
48*46 
50*18 
48*74 
48-92 
48-56 
49-46 
60-86 
60*00 
49*82 
50*00 
49*82 
50*54 


62*42 
64*04 
78-40 
66*74 
59-36 
66-66 
58-10 
55-76 

66-88 
66-69 
59-36 
70-34 
64-68 
61-16 
67*28 
66-56 
68-72 
70-52 


22*46 
22-82 
13-81 
28-41 
80-20 
27-14 
84-88 
87-40 

29-66 
26-78 
88-80 
27*14 
29-48 
85-42 
80-66 
84-16 
83-44 
26-60 


45 46 

47 29 
42 25 

48 50 
51 80 

51 2 

52 22 
50 50 
52 86 
89 56 
40 40 
89 6 
48 89 
47 18 
89 54 
45 28 
44 50 


3 5E. 
19 IE. 
71 8W. 

2 20 E. 

5W. 
2 22E. 

4 50 E. 
4 22E. 
6 22E. 

75 16 W. 

78 58 W. 

82 40 W. 

2 IW. 

1 32 W. 
116 27 E. 

9 HE. 
84W 


1260 

499 


222 








510 




890 



50-00 
51-08 
50-36 
51*08 
50*36 
50*54 
51*62 
51*80 
51*80 
53*42 
53-78 
53-78 
54-14 
54-68 
54-86 
55-76 
56-48 


34*52 
83.98 
83*98 
88*66 
89*66 
88*48 
86*86 
86*68 
86*68 
82*18 
29-84 
82-90 
42-26 
40-46 
26-42 
86-32 
42-08 


50*64 
51*08 
47*66 
49*28 
48*56 
48*66 
51*62 
53*24 
51*08 
51*44 
51*26 
64*14 
52*16 
54*50 
66-80 
56-12 
66-48 


64-40 
70*52 
70*70 
64*58 
68*14 
64*04 
65*84 
66*20 
67*28 
78*94 
79*16 
72*86 
66*02 
68*54 
82*68 
78-04 
70-88 


61*26 
52*34 
49*82 
51-44 
50-18 
50*90 
51*62 
61-08 
54-32 
56-48 
54-50 
54-86 
65-76 
55-58 
54-32 
66-84 
56-80 


66-20 
71-60 
72-86 
65-80 
64-40 
64-76 
66-92 
67-28 
69-08 
77*00 
80*70 
74*80 
66*92 
70*62 
84*88 
74*66 
7804 


28-04 
27-78 
29-84 
86-14 
87-76 
87-76 
85-42 
85-60 
82-90 
82-72 
26-84 
80-20 
41-74 
89-02 
24-62 
86-14 
41-00 


43 17 
43 86 
41 58 
48 7 
82 45 
81 28 


5 22E. 

8 52 E. 

12 27 E. 

5 50 E. 

129 55 E. 

90 80 W. 







180 


59-00 
59-36 
60-44 
62*06 
68*80 
64*76 


45-50 
44-06 
45-86 
48-88 
39-38 
48-56 


57-56 
56-66 
57-74 
60*80 
57*56 
65-48 


72-50 
75-74 
75-20 
76-02 
82-94 
79-16 


60-08 
60-98 
62*78 
64-40 
64-22 
66-02 


74*66 
7808 
77*00 
77*00 
86*90 
79*70 


44-42 
42-08 
42.26 
46-40 
87-40 
<16-94 


82 87 
86 48 


16 56 W. 
8 IE. 






68*54 
69*98 


64.40 
61-52 


65-84 
65-66 


72-50 
80-24 


72-82 
72-60 


75-56 
82-76 


64-04 
60*08 


80 2 
19 11 
23 10 
10 27 


30 18 E. 
96 IW. 
82 18 W. 
65 15 W. 








72*32 
77*72 
78*08 
81*86 


58-46 
71*96 
Jl'94 
80*24 


78-58 
77-90 
78-98 
88-66 


86-10 
81-50 
8^-80 
82-04 


71-42 
78-62 
78-98 
80.24 


86-82 
81*86 
88*84 
84-88 


56-12 
71*06 
69-98 
7916 



km 



iiu was Hu^uainivu wttu uiuya as lar us ine A.iiai]ws ; uui ue^uiiu iiieui iiu seeiiia iiui lo 
have known the name of any place ; he only tells us that there was a habitable country 
as far west as the pillars of Hercules, and even beyond them. His knowledge of the west 
of Europe was equally imperfect. He had heard of the river Eridanus, from which the 
Greeks obtained their amber, and of the Cassiterides, from which they procured their tin ; 
but he had endeavoured, he savs, without success, to meet with any one who, fronipersonal 
observation, could describe to nim the sea which washed that part of Europe. With the 
Ister (Danube) he appears to have been well acquainted ; and he knew that the Caspian 
was a sea unconnected with any other. 

For some time after the age of Herodotus, the knowledge of the world possessed by 



itsyona i^orwa 
the southward 

{>robably know 
lather of mode 
end of the cen 
In less than tl 
farthest west 
proved to be, \« 
other uniustru( 



POPULATION OF THI 



M 



All the calculations,]* says Malte-Brun, " which have been made upon this subject 




conjectures will be seen in the following tables : — 



EXTENT AND POPULATION OF THE GREAT DIVISIONS OF THE WORLD. 



Dalbit Geosnpby, 1838. | 


Wetanar Almanaek, 1840. 


Europe, . 
Aaa, . 
Africa, . 
America, 
Ooeanioa, 


Area In Bquan 
Bnglidi BlUet. 


Population. 


Area in Square 
EngUili Miles. 


Population. 


AbMlute. 


Retative. 


Abaolnte. Relative. 


3,700,000 
16,045,000 
11,264,000 
14,730,000 

4,105,000 


227,700,000 

390,000,000 

60,000,000 

89,000,000 

20,300,000 


61.5 

24.8 

6J 

3.6 

4.9 


3,807,195 
17,805,146 
11,647,428 
13,642,400 

8,347,840 


233,240,043 

608,616,019 

101,498,411 

48,007,150 

1,838,194 


61.2 

34.2 

8.6 

3.6 

0.4 


Total, 


49,834,000 


787,000,000 


14.8 


60,160,009 


993,099,817 1 19.8 | 



It is difficult to state, with any degree of precision, the number of adherents belonging 
to each religion actually existing in the world. The following Table exhibits the estimates 
of the most distinguished statiste, all of which may be regardra as nearly contemporaneous, 
since those of Malte-Brun and Graberg were published not farther back than from 1810 to 
1813 ; MM. Walckenaer and Eyries, in their new edition of Pinkerton's Geography in 
1827 ; that of Hassel in the same year ; and Balbi's in 1837-8. 



Religions 


Malta-Bran. 


Oraberg. 


Plnkerton. 


HaML 


BalU. 


ChrisHlmityinaU) 
its branches, j 
Jadaism, 
Islsm, 

Brahminisin, . 
Buddhism, . 
All other religions. 

Total, . 


228,000,000 

6,000,000 

110,000,000 

60,000,000 

160,000,000 

100,000,000 


236,000,000 

6,000,000 

120,000,000 

60,000,000 

150,000,000 

116,000,000 


235,000,000 

6,000,000 

120,000,000 

60,000,000 

180,000,000 

100,000,000 


252,566,000 

3,930,000 
120,105,000 
111,353,000 
815,977,000 
134,490,000 


260,000,000 

4,000,000 

96,000,000 

60,000,000 

170,000,000 

147,000,000 


653,000,000 


686,000,000 


700,000,000 


938,421,000 


737,000,000 



Balbi*s estimate in detail is as follows : — 

Cbri8tiMul>jr — The Latin or Romish Chnreh, . . 189,000,0001 

The Qreeh Ghureh, and all its branches, 62,000,000 1 1 

The Protestant Chorohes and Sects, . 69,000,000 1 • 

Total of Christianity, 



360,000,000 



Judaism, 
Islam, or I^ 
Brahminisi 
Buddhism, 
Religion of 
Fetish 



Balbi how 
of the follower 



Brahn 
Buddh 
AUotl 



Our reaso 
Buddhists is si 
with the coun 
Brahminism. 
The absolute 
Buddhists, Bal 
and Morrison 
GutzlaflP declar 
truth as it can 
populous. He 
the houses of i 
We have there 
we believe to 
respect to Isla 
misgovemmen 
of the Mahon 
proportion to 
conjectural. 

* Martin's 
t GutzlaiF 
X Professo: 

in the Journal i 

Buddhists : 

Chuu, 
Mand( 
Japan 
Thibet 
Corea, 

The diflferc 
under-rated the 



by 



Myfilid iN6rway ; aim an tne countries to the east of the Black Sea aud the Baltic, and to 
the southward of Egypt and Barbary, were still unexplored, though some of them were 
probably known by name. But all at once the face of the world was changed. The great 
father of modem maritime discovery sent out his first ship in ▲. d. ]412 ; and before the 
end of the century, America was discovered, and India reached by sailing round Africa. 
In less than thirty years after the first voyage of Columbus, the farthest east and tho 
farthest west had met ; and, for the first time since the Flood of Noafa^ the earth was 
proved to be, what geometers had suspected, a globe ; and not, as Homer, and Hesiod, and 
other uniustructed people have imagined, a disk. 



sr OF THE WORLD. 



Total of Christianity, . • 
JudiUBin, ........ 

Islam, or Mahometanisin, ...... 

Brahminism, .-. . . • . • . 

Buddhism, . . . . . . . 

Religion of Confucius, Sintism, Mythological Naturalism, Nanekism, and 
Fetishism, ....... 

Tota! of all religions, 



leir 



260,000,000 
4,000,000! 
96,000,00011 
60,000,00011 

170,000,00011 

147,000,00011 
737,000,00011 



Balbi however appears, in the foregoing statements, to have under-rated the numbers 
of the followers of Brahma and Buddha, which we would estimate thus ; — 

Brahminism, ....... 120,000,000 

Buddhism, ........ 820,000,000 

All other religions (as in Balbi's estimate,) . . . 507,000,000 



Total, 



947,000,000 



Our reason for departing so widely from Balbi*s estimate of the Brahminists and 
Buddhists is simply this : The population of India is believed \>]^ those best acquainted 
with the country, to fall ver^ little short of 200,000,000* of which nine-tenths profess 
Brahminism. To keep within bounds, we have restricted pur estimate to 120,000,000. 
The absolute population of the whole Chinese empire, which contains the bulk of the 
Buddhists, Balbi estimates by his approximative method at 150,000,000. Messrs Gatxlii^ 
and Morrison give it, upon the authority of an actual census, at 867,000,000 ; and M. 
GutzlaflP declares himself to be ** fully persuaded that the last imperial census is as near the 
truth as it can be ascertained.*'t Those piuis of the empire which he visitdd are extremely 
populous. He took the trouble of examining some i»irts of the census, and numbering 
the houses of small districts, and invariably found that the population was under-rated. 
We have therefore made our estimate of the number of Budohists correspond with what 
we believe to be the real amount of the population of the Buddhist countries.^: With 
respect to Islam, we are not disposed to increase the estimate, because, from extreme 
misgovemment, and the immense extent of sandy deserts which occupy so great a part 
of the Mahometan world, the population of these countries is really very small in 
proportion to their size. The bort estimates^ however, upon the subject, are merely 
conjectural. 

* Martin's British Colonies, vol. i. 

t GutzlalTs Sketch of Chinese History, vol. i. 

X Professor Neuman of Munich, in an article on the nations and literature of the Easl^ published 
in the Journal Adatique, August, 1834, gives the following tabular estimate of the number of the 
Buddhists : 



China, . . 200,000,000 

MandchooB and Mongols, 5,400,000 
Japan and Loo-Choo, . 25,000,000 
Thibet and Boutan, . 6,000,000 

Corea, . . 5,000 000 



Indo-China, 

Ceylon, 

Nepaul, 



Total, 



25,000,000 

600,000 

2,000,000 

269,000,000 



The difference between Professor Neuman's estimate and our own arisM ddnBf from his baviqg 
under-rated tiie population of China. 



Ijlpi 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLA 



EUROPI 



EuBon fonns the north-western portion of the Eastern Hemisphere, or Old World, 
and is situate between 34° and 82** N. lat. if Spitzbergen be included, and between 24*> W. 
and 71" E. long., includinj^ Iceland and Novaiya Zemlia. But the extremities of the con- 
tinental portion are comprised within narrower limits ; Cape Nord Kyn, the most northern 
Soint, being in lat. 71° 6' N. ; the two most southern points, Punta de Tarifa in Spain, in 
it. 36°, and Cape Matapan in the Morea, in lat. 36° 17' N. ; the most western point, Cape 
St Vincent, in 9^ W. long. ; and the most eastern point, in the Ural Mountains, near 
lekaterinburg, in 60° 20' E. long. The greatest length of the Continent is in the direction 
of north-eust and south-west, from the mouth of the river Kara, on the Arctic Ocean, to 



! Cape St 
from Ca] 
mated to 
Eur 
portion 1 
as really 
cipal pol 
names o 
name of 



■OflNlgD BtetM. 


Am in S«». 

gnphlMl 
BipHuwMlbt. 


Abwlot* 
FoimtaUaa. 


w 


Itollglon. ] 


United Kingdom of Greafl 
Britain and iMland. J 


90,950 


IM00,000 


967 


Protestants of every sect. Ca- 
thoUos. Jews, &c. 


Republic of France, 


154,000 


87.000^000 


908 


Catholics and Protestants. 


Empire of Austria. 


194.500 


37.000,000 


165 


CathoUcs. 


Empire of Ruaia. 


1,535,700 


67.000,aiO 


37 


Greek Church and Catholics. 


Kingdom of Prussia. 


80,450 


Iu,285,000 


155 


CathoUcs and Evangelkals. 


Kingdom of Spain. 


137,400 


13.000.000 


101 


Catholics. 


Kingdom of Portugal. 


29,150 


4.000,000 


191 


Catholics. 


Kingdom of Holland. 


9780 


3,100,000 


969 


Calvinists. 


Kingdom of Belgium. 


8250 


4.850,000 


453 


CMboUca. 


Kingdom of Denmark. 


16.500 


9,300.000 


119 


Lutherans. 


Kingdom of Sweden. \ 
Kingdom of Norway. / 


197.000 


8,600^000 


99 


Lutherans. 1 
Lutherans. I 


96,000 


1.300,000 


11 


Onman States. 


68,600 


16.00(^000 


193 


Protestanu and Catliolics. 


Bwltierlund. 


11,900 


9.395.000 


177 


Protestantoand Catholics. 




Kingdom of Stodinia. 


91.000 


4,650,000 


905 


CathoUcs. 


j 


Duchy of Parma. 


1080 


500,000 


964 


Catholics. 


DuefayofHodmia. 
GnuM Daehy of Tuscany. 


1570 


568,000 


838 


CUboUta. 


00 . 


6394 


1,694,000 


908 


CathoUoa. 


^ 


Kingdom of Two SIciUei. 


31,400 


8.493;000 


936 


Cathidks. 


f{ 


States of the Church. 


13,000 


9,906,000 


199 


CtMuHka. 




Piincipality of Monaco. 
.RepubUe of St Marino. 


38 


7,000 


171 


CMholics. 




17 


8,500 


965 


Oatholln. 


Ottoman Bmnire. 
Kingdom of Oreeot. 


110,900 
14,100 


7,000,000 
750,000 


63 
51 


Mahommodans and Gredu. 
Greek Church. 


PrindpalltyofServia. 


9000 


380,000 


49 


Greek Church. 


£3!!5^J»S!y'^yV'***»- 


91,000 


970,000 


45 


Greek Church. 


PrindpaUty d MoMaTia. 
UnitedStaiMof the lonianl 
Island!. J 
BqmbUcofAndorre. ■' 


11.000 
754 


4.V),000 
180^000 


39 
934 


Greek Church. 
Greek Churdi. 


144 


IfibOM 


104 


CMhoUoa. 



ENGLAND AND WALES. 

Eholand and Walbs occupy the southern, and by much the larger portion of the 
island of Great Britain, and are situate between 60° and 66° 60' N. hit., and 2° E. and 
5» 40' W. long. Thev form an extensive triangular peninsula, bounded on three sides by 
the sea, and separated at the northern angle from Scotland bv a line which extends from 
the north-eastern comer of the Sol way Firth to the mouth of the river Tweed. 

The following table contains the names of the counties of Eagland and Wales, and 
their dependencies ; their area in square miles and imperial acres ; their population at the 
period of the last general census in 1861, the names of their chief, or, as they are called, 
county towns, and the number of their Parliamentnrv Rpproscntatives. 



VABoc or oomiTY. 


]| 


Aim In 
Bqmn 
lluis. 


Ana 

Ib Ami. 


Ana of Am- 
ble, FlMtiu*, 
•ndllMidow 


btOHNIk 

InUUl. 


OOUUTT T0WN8. 


Bedford, 

Berks. 

Buokinriuun, . 

CUnbmge, 

Oheshhre, 

Cornwall, . 

Cumberland, . 

Derby, 

Devon, 

Dorset, 

Durham, 




463 

i\sao 

1.583 
1,098 
9,585 

1.006 
1.097 


996.330 
481,980 
479,380 
548,480 
673.980 
851,900 
974,790 
.657.990 
1.654,400 
643,840 
702,080 


illlllllplj 


1S9,789 
199,154 
143,670 
191356 
493.488 
866.669 
195^487 
960,707 
679.907 
177.597 
411,599 


Bedfbrd. 

Readhig. 

Buekingham. 

Cambridga. 

Chester. 

Launoeston. 

Cariisle. 

Derby. 

Enter. 

Doreheatar. 



Tb< 
Comwa 
upon-T 
land's 
Lowestc 
shire, tl 
Tynem< 
square! 

En 
into hu 
sions. 
divided 
arediv 



So 
along i 
land is 
measur 
Thebr 
shire, 1 
of the 



RAL ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



EUROPE. 



)ld World, 
Ben 24» W. 
of the con- 
it northern 
1 Spain, in 
)oint, Cape 
tains, near 
le direction 
c Ocean, to 



* Cape St Vincent, in Spain, and is estimated at 3490 British miles. The greatest breadth, 
from Cape Matapan to Cape Nord Kyn, is about 2420 miles. The superficial area is esti> 
mated to contain about 3,900,000 square miles. 

Europe is at present divided into eighty-two soverei^ states ; but of these a great pro- 
portion belong to the Germanic or the Swiss confederation, and can scarcely be considered 
as really independent. The following table exhibits, at one view, the names of the prin- 
cipal political divisions — the numbers and the religion of their population — and the 
names of their capital cities, the smaller German states being all classed as one under the 
name of ** German States," and the Swiss Cantons under that uf Switzerland. 



Religion. 



ttMtantt of every Met, Ca- 

lioUct, Jewi, &c. 

JioUci and ProtMtanti. 

hoOm. 

wk Church and Catholic*. 

hoUci and Evangeiicali. 

holiee. 

Jioliei. 

viniita. 

lioUet. 

Jienna. 

theiani. 

therant, 

rteitanta and Catliolici. 

tteetanttand Catholics. 
thoUee. 



IboUw. 
ttaoUca. 

IhoUflt. 

OwUct. 

IhoUes. 

thdict. 

hommodani and Greelu. 

Mk Church. 

wk Church. 

Mk Church. 

Mk Churdi. 

Mk Chureh. 



ItoTenm In 

Pounda Ster- 

Unc. 



45.000.000 

41,000,000 

l8.fl0U,0OO 

16,485^000 

8,806,000 



8,400,000 
3,600,000 
1.650,000 

1,739,000 



9.800.000 
160.000 

701.006 

3.464.000 

1.800,000 

17.000 

9900 



161.000 



Annjr. 



109,000 

490,000 
979.U00 
710,000 
199,469 

96,000 
47,000 
30.838 

45,901 

199.949 

3»,758 



1900 



Cbpltal*. 



London. 

Pari!. 

Vienna. 

8t Petenbuit. 

Berita. 

Bfadrid. 

Lisbon. 

Hague. 

Bnuelise. 

CopenliageB. 

{Stoekhobn. 
ChiMana. 

Frankfort, on the Maine. 
rBenw. 
J Zurich. 
cLnovne. 

I Turin. 
CasUari. 



Modsoik 

VtoniMe. 
fNulea. 
tPMerma 

Ronw. 

Monaco. 

BlBIarino. 

Conslantliionlei 

AthsM. 

Bemendria. 

Bukliaieet 

CorAi. 
Aadona. 



Popnlatlan. 



1,465.968 

909,196 

330,000 

450.000 

940,000 

175,000 

960.000 

55.000 

106,000 

190,000 

80,000 

91,000 

60.000 

90,500 

11.000 

5.000 

114,000 

97.000 

30.000 

97,000 

80,000 

364.000 

168.000 

184.000 

1.950 

5,500 

360,000 

15.000 

8,000 

80,000 

88.000 

17.000 
9.000 



DiataiWM 



Londoa 
la HUM. 



910 
760 
1300 
600 
750 
910 
190 
100 
600 
ifiO 
720 
430 
480 



580 



670 

790 

880 

1130 

910 



1480 
1460 
1080 
1930 
1980 

1930 



/ 



I 



■tion of the 
1 2» £. and 
ree sides by 
Ktends from 

Wales, and 
ation at the 
f are called. 



MS. 



The greatest lineal extent of England Is about 3fl7 miles, between the Land's End in 
Comwan, uid the north-eastern coast of Norfolk ; from the coast of Dorsetshire to Berwick- 
upon-Tweed, meuured along the second meridian west, the length is 362 miles ; from the 
Land's End to the North Forelaad, the breadth is 330 miles ; from St David's Head to 
Lowestoft in Suflfolk, about 300 miles ; from Lancaster Bay to Bridlington Bay in York- 
shire, the breadth 18 oontriMJted to 110 miles ; and from the head of the Solway Firth to 
Tynemouth, it »&rther diminished to 64. the superficial extent amounts to a^ut fi?81 2 
square miles, or 3€k999,680 English statute acres. ' 

EKOL4N0 and Wii.Bg are divided into shires or counties, most of which are subdivided 
• hundreds, and these, asain. into nariahAa wKi«k — « wu i_-i__xs„i ri V^^, ,. . 



SCOTLAND. 

ScoTLAiro occupies the northern portion of Great Britain, and has numberless islands 
along its westeni and northern coasts. The longest line which can be drawn on the main- 
land IS 280 miles, from the Mull of Galloway to Dunnet Head. The greatest length, 
measured along the meridian, is 274 miles, from the Mull of Galloway to Cape Wrath 
The breadth is very variable, the greatest being 146 miles, from Buchan-ness in Aberdeen- 
shire, to the most westeriy po nt of Ross-shire, but the country is so penetrated by inlets 
of the sea, that there is actually no place which is more than 40 miles inland. 



K^^W|_|^^_o||_^_|^^^ 



m 



Hh 



learea 



•I 






BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS.- 



IRELAND. 

Ibblard is ntnate to the west of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the 
Irish Sea and St George's Channel. It is of a rhomboidal form, having its longer side 
nearly in the direction of the meridian, and its shorter from north-east to south-west. In 
the direction of its greatest diagonal, from Browhead to Fairhead, Ireland measures 306 
miles, but its greatest length on a meridian, is only 235. Its greatest breadth, from the 
extremity of the Mullet peninsula, in Mayo, to the mouth of Lough Strangford, is 182 
miles ; but from Dublin to Galwa^, the narrowest part, it is only 110. The island con- 
tains an area of 32,035 square miles, or 20,499,560 imperial acres ; whereof 14^003,415 
acres are cultivated, or capable of cultivation, the remainder being covered with moun- 
tains, bogs, and lakes. Tne sea which separates Ireland from Great Britain, varies con- 
siderably in breadth : the shortest distance between the two islands is from Fair Head in 
Antrim, to the Mull of Cantire in Argyllshire, which is 12 miles ; from Port-Patrick in 
GaJloway, to the nearest point of Antrim, it is 22 miles ; from Holy Head, to Howth 
Head, it is 60 miles ; and from Camsore Point in Wexford, to St David's Head in South 
Wales, about 50 miles. The greatest width of the Irish Se& is 130 miles. 

Ireland is divided populany, but not officially, into four provinces, — Leituter, UhteTf 
Connm^hti and Muiuter. The real administrative division is into thirt^r-two counties, 
which are subdivided into 252 baronies. Parishes likewise form both civil and ecclesias- 
tical divisions ; but their limits do not always correspond to those of the counties and 
baronies ; some of them extending not only into different baronies, but even into different 
counties. The following T^ble eontuns the names of the counties arranged into provinces, 
their extent in square miles and imperial acres, and the names of the county towns. 



OoOBtlW. 


i 

fi.' 


Aim In 
BquM 

MilMk 


AiMkinAflrM. 


Anbieand 
Faatni* 
Orouiid. 


iniau. 


Ooonty Town*. 


1 

1 
1 


"Cariow 
Dublin 
KOdan 
KOkamur 

LoSfccd 
LooK 
Maafli 

Qoaai'feCoaBl 
wStoMth 
Wezfoid 
,Wieid«w 
Antrim 
Annagh 
Cavan 
Donegal . 
Down . 
Femanagh 

JOMShM . 

Leitrim . 

jur, . 

iBUgo . 

■am 

Q»k . 
UBMkk , 
.wiMrtvd 


» 


•J 


344 
388 

613 
803 
896 
419 
399 
808 
690 
, 604 
889 

l.Sg 
618 

i,So 

966 

810 
811 

-I 

^1& 

\^ 
1» 


919,863 
948.631 
889.435 
813,686 
638,168 
963,646 
906,961 
867.197 
896,810 
886,961 

St^ 

75Me6 
398.183 
473,448 
1.165.107 
611,404 

81^970 
897,048 

lilO,609 

498,876 

1.866.048 

484.188 

809,859 

1.789.668 

'•ja?s 

1,018,173 
471,981 


196,833 
937,819 
895.988 
417,117 
394,589 
198.506 
191,346 

SiS, 

813.985 

400,704 
483^108 
987,317 
481.469 
690^786 
«09,677 
890,509 

686,830 

% 

463JUU> 
. 987,917 
594^118 
1,068,808 
881.180 
889.809 
819,698 
853.947 


68.167 
409,856 

96,697 
160^317 
119376 

83,196 
107,9X1 
139.706 
100.747 
107,510 
180,170 

99,987 
856,608 
196,430 
174.308 
964.988 

its 

191,744 
143,410 
961,865 
888.896 

111,806 
974,716 
178,796 
198,769 
919,790 
637,687 
888.341 
956,887 
888,8» 
163,503 


Cariov. 

Dublin. 

Kildare. 

KUIcenny. 

TuUamore. 

Loilford. 

DmSuiL 

Trim. 

Manboraugfa. 

MuIIingar. 

Wexford. 

WlelUow. 

Oairiekfergua. 

Annagh. 

Cfevan. 

Liflhid. 

EnniaUUeu. 

Deny. 

Monaghan. 

Omagn. 

Oalwajr. 

Oaittebar. 

Roeeommen. 

BUgo. 

Ennis. 

Onrib 

Ttalee. 

IJnieriok. 

Clonmel. 

Watavford. 








64 


81.874 


90^300,608 


14.608.^ 


6,618.794 



FRANCE. 

FBAKca if lituate nearly in the middle of the northern temperate zone, between 42* 
20', and 51« 5' N. lat., and 8° 25' £., and 4P ASf W. longitude. Its greatest length, from 
the moBi westerly point of Finistere to Antibes in the Department of the Vai) is about 
605 British miles ; and the greatest breadth, from Givet in Ardennes to Mont Horumba^ 
near Saint Jean Pied de Port in the Lower Pyrenees, 576. The superficial area, as stated 



Before tl 
of very une^ 
It is now divi 
river, mounti 
Sub-Frefectu: 
munes. Eaol 
Prefect ; and 



SapMtn: 



Afai . 

Aime . 

Alller 

Alps (Low) 

AIM (High) 

Araeche 

Ardennes 

Ariege . 

Aube 

Aude 

Aveyron 

Bouchei du ] 

Calvadoe 

Cantal . 

ClNU'ente 

Charenteinf 

Cher 

Conwze 

Conica 

Cote d* or 

Cote* du Noi 

Creuse 

Dordogne 

Doub* 

Drome . 

Eufe 

Enre and Lol 

Finiftere 

Oard 

Garonne (Hi 

Gen 

Gironde 

Herault 

IHeandVUaj 

Indre . 

Indre and L( 

Itera 

Jura 

landee 

Loir and CIm 

Lohr 

Loire (HauU 

Loire (Inferi< 

Lotaret 

Lot 

Lot and Gar 

Loiere 

KafaieandL 

Manche 

Mame 

Manie(Hau 

Bfayenne 

Meurthe 

MeuM 

MorUhan 

Moeelle 

Mievre 

Nord 

OiM 

Onie 

FMdeCalai 

PnjrdeDom 

Pyrenees (Bi 

l7renees(H 

Pyrenees (Oi 

Rbbt(Bas) 

Rhtai (Hant] 

Rhone 

Saone (Hani 

SaoneandLi 

Barthe 

Befaie . 

Seine btele 

SefaieandMi 

Seine and Oi 

SenesCDou] 

Bomma 

Tarn 

Tarn andGi 

Var . 

Vanoluia 

Vendeo 

Vtenne 

Ttenne (Hai 

Voigei 

Yonne 



L ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



5 



Before the Revolution of 1789, France was divided into 33 Governments, or Provinces 
of very unequal extent, wliicli were 8ul>-divided into generalities, and sub-delegations. 
It is now divided into 86 Departments, or Prefectures, named generally after their i)rincipal 
river, mountain, or some otner natural feature. These Departments are divided into 363 
Sub-Prefectures, or Arrondisseiuents ; these into 2845 Cantons, and these into 38,623 Com- 
munes. Each Department is under the charge of a Prefect ; each Arrondissement of a Sub- 
Prefect ; and each Commune of a Maire ; besides other officers of various ranks and dutieii 



OtPMtRMltS. 



Aln . . 

Aine 

Allier 

Alps (Low) 

Alps (High) 

Ardecbe 

Ardennes 

Ariege 

Aube 

Aude 

Aveyron 

Bouches dii Rhone 

Galvadod 

Cantal 

ClMU-ento . 

Cbarente Inferieure 

Cher 

Con«ce 

Corsica 

Cote d' or 

Cotes du Nord 

Creuse 

Dordogna 

Doubs 

Drome 

Eure . 

Eure and Loire 

Finistere 

Gard 

Garonne (Haute) 

Gers 

Girande 

Herault 

Ule and YUaine 

Indre . 

Indre and Loire 

Isere 

Jnra 

Landea 

Loir and Cher 

Loir 

Loire (Haute) 

Loire (Inferieure) 

Loiret 

Lot 

Lot and Garonne 

Lonre 

Maine and Loire 

Manclie 

Mame 

Mame (Haute) 

Mayenne 

Meurthe . 

Meuae 

Morbihan 

MowsUe . 

Ifievre 

Nord 

Oise 

Ome 

FaideCklalt 

PnydeDome 

Pyreneea (Basse*) 

iTrenees (Hautee) 

nnneea (OiientuM) 

inUn(Bas) 

Rhin (Hant) . 

Rhone 

Saone (Haute) . 

Saone and Loin 

Barthe 

Seine 

Seine Intetoira 

Seine and Mame 

Seine and Oise 

Sevrsi (Deux) 

BonuM 

Tarn 

Tkm and Oaronna 

Var 

VauoluM 

Yemdea • 

Ylenne . 

Vienna (Haute) 

Vflwea . 

Yonne 



Anoient ProTlneM. 



J 



Bourgogne 

{He de France, Picardie, 
Cliampagne 
Bourbonnois 
Provence 
Provence and Daupliine 
Languedoo 
Champagne . 
Foix, Gascogne . 
CliampaRne, Bourgogne 
Languedc« 
Guienne . 
Provence 
Lower Normandy 
Auvergne 

Angoumois, Saintonge 
Aunis, Saintonge 
Berry, Bourboiinaia 
Limousin 
Corsica 

Bourgogne . 
Bretagne 
Marche 
Guienne 
Fianche-Comt£ 
Dauphinfi 
Normandy 
Orleanais, Perehe 
Bretagne 
Languwdoo 
Languedoo, Gascogrne 
Gascogue 
Guienne 
Languedoo 
Bretagne 
Berry, Touraine 
Tounine, Aqjou, &0. 
Daupbtaie 
Franetae-Comt6 
Gascogne 
Orieanais 
Lyonnais 

Languedoo, fto. . 
Bretagne . 
Orteanala 
Guienne 

Ouloine, Gascogne 
Languedoo 
Ai^ou . 
Normandy 
Cliampagne 
Champagne 
Maine, Aqjou 
Lorraine . 

Lorraine . 
Bretagne 
Lorrraie . 
Nivemois, &c. 
Flanden 
He de Franca 
Normandy 
Artois, Fkartly 
Auvergne 
Beam, Navarre 
Oasoogne 
Rousiuon, Aco. 
Aisaoe, &c. 
Alsaoe, &o. 
Lyonnais 
Francfae-ComtS 
Bourgogne 
Blaine 

He de France 
Normandy 
lie de France, &c. 
Itle de France, Orleanais 
Poitou 
Pioardy . 
Languedoo 
Guienne, Gascogne 
Provence 

Avignon, Provence 
Poitou 
Poitoo 
Limotaiin 
Lorraine . 
Bourgogne, Cliampagne 



1 
Ana 




Sq. O. M. 


r&BllMtWWI 


£aSr 


1700 


367.369 


2179 


557,429 


1689 


839,540 


2129 


166.675 


1088 


133.100 


IMS 


.179,614 


1474 


328.833 


1635 


970,530 


J25 


261,881 


1837 


380,661 


2M6 


389,191 


^13Ji 


413,918 


1699 


498,385 


1578 


360,479 


1711 


879,031 


US* 


463,103 


2075 


994.540 


1674 


317,569 


2853 


930,271 


9551 


306,524 


2164 


■•38.526 


1548 


985.680 


2738 


503,567 


1502 


293,347 


1911 


330,075 


lfl90 


493,947 


1753 


992,337 


9017 


612,151 


J744 


400.381 


1954 


481,938 


1789 


314,883 


9981 


602.444 


1815 


386,020 


1849 


5634>SS 


9041 


963,977 


1871 


319,400 


2419 


508,492 


1464 


316,150 


2645 


998,230 


1861 


996,833 


1344 


433,786 


1449 


307,161 


1773 


617,265 


2051 


331.633 


1595 


994,666 


1395 


346,260 


1489 


143.331 


2094 


504.963 


17M 


601.024 


2358 


3*17,309 


1812 


262,(t79 


1507 


368,439 


1631 


445,9»1 


1758 


32.\710 


2073 


472.773 


19S5 


448,087 


1907 


323.263 


16l» 


1,132,980 


1716 


406,038 


1639 


449,107 


1948 


a<NV,756 


8358 


601,694 


2223 


457,839 


\^ 


201 .2R6 


180,794 


1214 


500,373 


1120 


487.3118 


814 


545.6.'» 


1497 


347.0»6 


2493 


56').0I9 


1860 


474 B76 


138 


l,364,<i»3 


1739 
1734 


iun.i\a 


474,'»ft5 


1600 


758,853 


1709 
1758 


320.685 


.570,639 


1668 


36U.679 


1043 


813,498 


2199 


349,869 


iSS 


3'M,I64 


876,184 


2010 


308,391 


Iflflfi 


314,739 


1451 


437.894 


9095 


374,803 



Ctatef Tbwiis, with tlwlr 
Population. 



Bourg'en«BreMse 10^308. 

Laon 8185. 

Moulins 15,419. 
Digne 4038. 
Gap 7507. 
Privas 4703. 
Mesieres 8893. 
Foix 4378. 
Treycs 24,703. 
Carcassone I(l,S37« 
Rhodes 9175. 
Marseille 167,879. 
Caen 40,369. 
Auriliac 9609. 
Angouleme 18,483. 
Rochelle 14,136. 
Bourges 31,670. 
Tulle 10,769. 
Aiaccio l»,400. 
DUon 37,543. 
Saint Brieue 11,726. 
Oueret4760. 
Perigueux 11.4.55. 
Besancon 33,788. 
Valence 11,484. 
Evreux 10,974. 
Chartres 16,583. 
Quimper 9639. 
Nlmes 49,443. 
Toulouse 83,489. 
Auch 9*74. 
Bordeaux 130.303. 
Montpellier 40,105. 
Kennes 33,233. 
Chateauroux 13,719. 
Tours 27.120. 
Gienoble 24,994. 
Lons-le Saulnier 8417. 
Mont de Marsan 4380. 
Blols 16,900. 
Montbrison 6863. 
Le Puy 13,794. 
Mantes 88,350. 
Orleans 4U941. 
Cahors 12,020. 
Agen 14,091. 
Mende 6493. 
Angers 40,628. 
Saint Lo 8665. 
Chalons sur Marne 13,733. 
Chaumont 6924. 
Laval 16,560. 
Nancy 38,795. 
Bar le Due 13,673. 
Vannes 11,366. 
MeU 43,976. 
Nevcrs 16,723. 
Lille 67.775. 
Beauvais 12,368. 
Alencon 13,633. 
Arras 24,321. 
Clermont-Ferrand 80,851. 
Pan 13,920. 
Tarbes 11,938. 
Perpignan 19,503. 
Strasbourg 69,094. 
Colmar 19.113. 
Lv<>n 161,763. 
Vesnul 5941. 
MaconIK7Hl. 
Le Mans 24,153. 
Parm 946.731. 
Rouen 683J. 
Melun 2H,311. 
Versttilles 91,046. 
Niort 17,861. 
Amiens 4ti,.')96. 
Alby 13,453. 
Montauban 99,712. 
Draguignan 8678. 
Avignon 31 ,099- 
Bourbon Vendee 6660. 
Poitiers 2.1,606. 
Limeges 34,180. 
Epinal 10,260. 
Auxerte 12,464. 



m 



I 

■f 



ENGLAND AND WALES. 

£iroLAin> and Wales occupy the sonthern, and by much the larger portion of the 
Idand of Great Britain, and are situate between 60° and BB'* fiO' N. lat., and 2f* E. and 
ff" 4<y W. long. They form an extensive triangular peninsula, bounded on three sides by 
the sea, and separated at the northern angle from Scotland by a line which extends from 
the north-eastern comer of the Sol way Firth to the mouth of^the river Tweed. 

The following table contains the names of the counties of EBsland and Wales, and 
their dependencies ; their area in 8<iuare miles and imperial acres ; their population at the 
period of the last general census in 1851, the names of their chief, or, as tney are called, 
couuty towns, and the number of their Parliameiitnrj' Hoprosentatives. 



KAMI OF OOVNTV, 




Bedford, 
Barkf, 

Buokinriuun, . 
CtaibridgOt 
Clmhire, 
Carnwall, . 
Onmberland, . 
Derby, 

Donet, 

Duitem, 

EaHx, 

OUmoeiter, 

Hampshire, 

Hereford, . 

Hertford, . 

Huntingdon, . 

Kent, 

Lancaahire, 

Leicester, . 

Lincoln, 

MiddleMz. 

Monmouth, 

NorfoUi, . 

Northampton, 

Northumberland, 

Nottingham, . 

Oxford, 

Rutland, 

Salop, 

Somerset, 

Btaflbrd, . 

Buffolir, 

Surrey, 

Sussex, 

Warwick, 

Westmoreland, 

Wiltshire, 

Worcester, 

Yorkshire, 

East Riding, 

West RidinR, 

North Riding, 

Mands in the British \ 






r 



Sean, 
WALES 

' Anglesea, . 

Carnarvon, 

Denbigh, . 

Flint, . 

Merioneth, 

. Montgomery, 

" Brecon, 
t'rttdigan, 
Caermavthen, 
Glamorgan, 
Pembroke, 
Radnor, 



Amain 
Squan 
HUM. 



; 



463 

759 

738 

8S7 

1,05S 

1,330 

1,033 

1,098 

9.085 

1,006 

1.097 

1,033 

1,908 

1,489 

863 

630 

379 

1.007 

1,766 

806 

9,611 

989 

496 

9,094 

1,016 

1.871 

837 

706 

149 

1,343 

1,640 

1,184 

1,010 

709 

1.466 

897 

769 

1.367 

723 

1,?80 
2,611 
2.070 



971 
044 
638 
944 



704 
675 
974 
792 
610 
426 



Ar«« 

la Asms. 



AiaaoTAia- 
bla, Faiton, 
and Meadow 



996,320 
481,980 
479,390 
548.480 
673,980 
801,9(10 
974,790 
657,990 

1,654.400 
643,840 
709,080 
98I.1S0 
805,190 
953,000 
559.390 
403,900 
938,080 
996,480 

1,130,940 
515,840 

1,671.040 
180,480 
317,440 

1,995,300 
650,940 

1,197,440 

535,680 

483,840 

95,300 

800,090 

1,059,800 
707.760 
960.600 
485.700 
938,940 
574,080 
487,680 
874,880 
46^,720 



-3,U!5,U40 



178,440 
348,160 
405,190 
156,160 
484.890 
^'»i,!)60 
483,000 
432.000 
6/3,360 
506,880 
3!M).UI0 
i;7',«40 



948,000 
380,0(10 
440.000 
500,000 
594.000 
550,000 
670,000 
6(X).0(I0 

1,900,000 
573,000 
500,000 
900,000 
700,00(1 
820,000 
495.000 
810,000 
920,000 
900.000 
860.000 
480,000 

1,460.000 
155.000 
970,000 

1,180.000 
555,000 
900,000 
470,000 
403,000 
89.000 
790,000 
900,000 
060,000 
820,000 
400,000 
695,000 
5V0,O0O 
180,000 
500,000 
400,000 



2,500,000 , 



150.000 
160,000 
300,000 
130.(100 
350.000 
240.000 
300.000 
940.000 
342,000 
300,000 

soaooo 

935,000 



bjOmmm, 
tal851. 



OdXJUTT towns. 



1£9,789 
199.1S4 
143,670 
191,806 
423.438 
806,669 
190,487 
960.707 
079,907 
177,097 
411.009 
343.916 
419,475 
403,033 
99,119 
173,963 
60,320 
619,907 

2,063.913 
234,938 
400.266 

l.8!»ft.71« 
177.160 
433.803 
213,784 
303,035 
294,438 
170.206 
24,272 
245.019 
456,337 
630.506 
330,991 
684.800 
339,428 
479.979 
58.380 
241,000 
-258.762 

"»4.181 

1,139,062 

.!>4.624 

\ 149916 



Bedford. 

Readbig. 

Buckingham. 

Cambridge. 

Chester. 

Launceston. 

Cariisle. 

Derby. 

Exeter. 

Doretaester. 

Durham. 

Chelmsford. 

Gloucester. 

Winchester. 

Hereford. 

Hertford. 

Huntingdon. 

Maidstone. 

I«ncaster. 

Leicester. 

Lincoln. 

London. 

Monmouth. 

Norwich. 

Northampton. 

Abiwick. 

Nottingham. 

Oxford. 

Oakham. 

Shrewsbury. 

Taunton. 

Stafford. 

Ipswich. 

GuUdford. 

Lewea and Chichester. 

Warwick. 

Ai 



404,160 



.007,1 !)6 



lury, 
Worcester. 

Beverley. 

Wakeflekl 

York. 



Beaumaris. 

Carnarvon. 

Denbigh. 

Flint. 

Dolgelly. 

Montgomery. 

Brecknock. 

Cardigan. 

Ciermarthen. 

Car<litf'. 

Pembroke. 

New Radnor. 




••vehiws. legislatures, and Judiciary establlshmenU of their own. v. uuiwnm jmb ano we nonnw iiies 



irger portion of the 
lat., and 2f* E. and 
ed on three sides by 
which extends from 
r Tweed. 

and and Wales, and 
Mr population at the 
r, as tney are called, 

'8. 



UBTT TOWNS. 



big. 

inghaia 

irioge. 

er. 

setton. 

le. 

r. 

r. 

iwter. 

un. 

irfonL 

Mter. 

letter. 

ard. 

>rd. 

ngdon. 

tone. 

Iter. 

ter. 

a. 

a. 

louth. 

ch. 

Kmpton. 

ek. 

igham. 

le 

m. 

■buij. 

on. 

rd. 

!h. 

rotd. 

I and ChichMter. 

ick. 

by. 

ury. 

Mter. 

ley. 
tieUl 



marb. 
irvon. 
•igh. 

elly. 

gumery. 

cnock. 

gan. 

narthen. 

«•. 

iroke. 

Radnor. 



Berki; Biickinghamthira, 
irnts. The Iile of Wight, 
man Iilaa, the SoUly Um, 
ty. Berwick, however, it 
ian and the Nonnan Idai 



Cornwall, and the north-eastern coast of Norfolk ; from the coast of Dorsetshire to Berwick- 
upon-Tweed, measured along the second meridian west, the length is 362 miles ; from the 
Land's End to the North Foreland, the breadth is 330 miles ; from St David's Head to 
Lowestoft in Suffolk, about 300 miles ; from Lancaster Bay to Bridlington Bay in York- 
shire, the breadth is contracted to 110 miles ; and from the head of the Solway Firth to 
Tynemonth, it is fiurther diminished to 64. The superficial extent amounts to about 57,81 2 
square miles, or 36,999,680 English statute acres. 

England and Walks are divided into shires or counties, most of which are subdivirlcd 
into hundreds, and these, acain, into parishes, which are both ecclesiastical and civil divi- 
sions. Yorkshire is divided into three unequal parts called Ridings, which are again sub- 
divided into wapentakes. Cumberland, Westmoreland, Northumberland, and Durham, 
are divided into wards, Kent into lathes, and Sussex into rapes. 



SCOTLAND. 

Scotland occupies the northern portion of Great Britain, and has numberless islands 
along its western and northern coasts. The longest line which can be drawn on the main- 
land is 280 miles, from the Mull of Galloway to Dunnet Head. The greatest length, 
measured along the meridian, is 274 miles, from the Mull of Galloway to Cape Wrath. 
The breadth is very variable, the greatest being 146 miles, from Buchan-ness in Aberdeen- 
shire, to the most westerly point of Ross-shire, but the country is so penetrated by inlets 
of the sea, that there is actually no place which is more than 40 miles inland, llie area 
has been estimated at 32,164 square miles, or 20,586,930 imperial acres. 

Scotland is divided into thirty-three shires or sheriffdoms, subdivided into parishes, 
which last are at once ecclesiastical and civil divisions. The following table contains the 
names and extent of the shires in square miles and acres, the area of the arable, pasture, 
and meadow land, the population in 1861, and the names of the ancient districts or pro- 
vinces which make up the modem shirei^ names which are still in popular use, and are 
also employed in l^gai documents. 



SklfM. 



Aberdeen, 

Aiwrto, 
Ayr, 

Banir. 

Berwick, 

Bute. 

Caithneit, 

Clacknuuuuui, 

Dumbarton, 

Dumfiriei, 

Bdinbufgh, 



Fii 

ForCw, 

Haddbigton, 

lavemeae, 

Kincardine, 

KInroat, 

Kirkcudbright, 

Laiutrk, 

Linlithgow, 

Naini, 

Orkney & Zetland, 

PMblM, 

PWtb, 

Renl^w, 

Roit & Cromarty, 

ItoxiMinh, 

Selkirk. 

Stirtfaig, 

Buthenaad, 

Wigtown, 



Ana In 
•qnan 



I98A 
3800 

leoo 

50O 

4M 
M7 
618 
48 
9M 
18U0 
900 
840 
104 

840 

aw 

40OO 

317 

ai 

888 

870 
118 
900 
13:iA 
300 



S4I 

9836 

713 
863 

488 

17M 
461 

39.164 



ArMlo 



1.970,740 

9.439,000 
1,094,000 

380.000 

985.600 
105.000 
385.080 
30.790 
147.900 
1,169.000 
930,400 
A37.60O 
399.680 

587,600 

160,000 

9,i>44,00U 

909,870 
53,190 
864,480 
686.800 
71.680 
198.000 
848.000 
930,400 

1,650,390 

164,940 

1,815,040 

457,600 
108.390 
319.908 
1,199,560 
988,960 



90,586,9S0 



ANaoTaMbl*, 

paatun.aad 

nxadow laad, 



750,000 

908,000 
699,000 

980,000 

960,000 
100,000 
146.000 
97.000 
190,000 
638.000 
901,000 
390,000 
986,000 

490,000 

130,000 

1,950,000 

160,000 
40,0(10 
310.000 
416.000 
60,000 
100.000 
339,000 
184,000 

1.060,000 

190,000 

<I71,000 

300,000 
116,000 
980,000 
750.000 
900,000 



IN>Iiwh<t 



iaiaai. 



il4,668 

88,567 
lii!>4n6 

63,936 

36^987 
10.678 
38,649 

99,985 
44,888 
78,067 

998394 
38,671 

163.011 

174,731 
36,396 
96.338 

84,743 
8.913 

43,310 
639.IU 

30.044 
9,966 

69.313 

10^689 

1S»,11« 

188^064 
89498 

61.170 
».7J>7 
86,796 
96.771 
43,963 



AadtBt Diitrleti. 



Mar, Fonnartin, Oarioeb, 8tmthbo|ie. 

. and Bnohan. — •—» 

Argyll, Lorn, Cowall, Knapdale. Gteitln. 

Canrick, Kyle, and Conntogham. 
rEniie. Boyne, BtrathdoTcran, StrathiahL 
j Balveny, BtrathaTan, with parto ol 
C Moray and Buchan. I 

Mene, Lauderdale, Laamiermulr. 

Bute. Airan, Cnmbiaea, Incbmamodb i 

Caitluieta. ' 

Levenaz, or Lennox. 
Eakdaie. Annandaie. NIthadale. 
Mid-Lothlan and Waedale. 
Moray, Murray, or MurreiT. 
Fife. 
rAimiii, (taehkUng Btiathmwe, Glanlda, 

Eaat Lothian. ' 

{Mumy, Badenodi, Locfaaber, Moydart, 
GlMMlg, &c 

Meama. 

Galloway. Olenkeu, &e. 

Clydeadale, or Btratbelyde. 

Weat Lothian. 

Part of Moray. 

OrtaM^and Hialtland or Yetland. 

rMentelth,' Btimtheam, Oowrie, Stor- 
3 numt. Strathardle, GtaMhee. Athol. 
I oSte*' "'"^' Balquhlddar, 

BtrathgiTS: 
rArdnat, BlaeUda, I3ntan. Htnth- 
I eanon, die. 

Terloldale and UddeaAOe. 

Bttriok Ponit. 

B^lnc. StratbandrIA, flee. 

a-tgajjjJ^Bjathna^r.Ai^..^ 



11447,000 8;870,784 



I 



'i 



I 



I 

I 



JfjTooe 

Uitrim 
Mayo 



?CJliii« 
Onk 



LtaMTldc 
.waMRora 



64 



011 
1.179 
8.180 

9ea 

l.tS4 

a.785 

1.785 

1.054 

1.583 

788 



81.874 



887.048 
754.885 

M10.a09 
49M75 

1.855.(M8 
608.405 
484.188 



1.788.568 
1.148,710 

674.788 
1.013,173 

471.881 



80^888.608 



oUOaVOB 

555,890 
855,713 
906.640 
871,984 
453,558 
857.917 
584,118 
1,088,808 
581.188 
589,809 
818.688 
858,847 



14,608.473 



143,410 
951,865 
833,898 
111,808 
974,716 
173,798 
138,768 
911790 
687,687 
988.341 
956,887 
838,8129 
163,003 



m7 



6,518,794 



Galwav. 

Ouriek. 

CuUelMr. 

RoMomiuon. 

BUgo. 

yiiiiitf , 

Cork. 

TnlM. 

Limerick. 

Clomnel. 

Wataiford. 



FRANCE. 

«^. FiuHCB is dtoate nearly in the middle of the northern temperate zone, between 42» 
20', and 510 fi' N. bt., and 8° £6' E., and 4«» 43^ W. longitude. Its greatest* length, from 
the most westerly point of Finistere to Antibes in the Department of the Var, is about 
666 British miles ; and the greatest breadth, from Givet in Ardennes to Mont Horumba. 
near Saint Jean Pied de Port in the Lower Pyrenees, 676. The superficial area, as stated 
in the StatuHmie de la France, is 62,768,618 hectares — equal to 186,616 Enslish square 
mUes, or 118,729,600 English acres. ^ ' Kt«u wjua™ 



Mayenna 

Meurthe . 

MeuM 

MorMhan 

MoMlla 

Niavra 

Nord 

Obe . . 

Onie 

FaideCUais 

Pay de Dome 

P]n«neet(Bai 

I^nreneet (Hai 

^rreneee (Orii 

Rliin(Bat) ^ 

Rhin (Haut) 

Rhone 

Baone (Haute] 

Saone and Loll 

Barthe 



Seine InfBrieni 

Seine and Mar 

Seine and Oiie 

Bevree (Deux) 

Bomme 

Tare 

Tarn andGan 

Var 

VaucluM 

Vendee 

Vienne 

Vienne (HauU 

V«gei . 

Yonne 



DEUTSCHLAND OR GE 

Gbbmant, situate in the centre of Europe, extends across the continent from the Baltic S 
about 186,282 square geographical miles. Its greatest length, from the western frontier of Li 
miles ; and its greatest breadth, from the southern extremity of the Tyrol to the northern boi 



OONTBIOBAVBD 8TATI8. 



1. 
t. 

S. 

4 
& 

«. 
7. 

a 
a 

10. 

II. 

19. 
13. 
14. 
15. 

la 

17. 

la 
la 

80. 

81. 
89. 

9a 

94. 
88. 
96. 

87. 

9a 

80. 
81. 
89. 
81 



AuMan German States 
Pnudan Gennan Statei . 
Kii«dom of Banria 

Baaony 

Hanove r . 

Giaad doolv of Baden 
EleetontetrfHcMt 
Grand dnoiiy of HeoS 

...»«.»«.... Holiteia and Lauenbiug 

II LniembQH 

Doclqr of Branewiek 
OranMlndijr of Meeklenborg Sdiwarin 
DodayofNaMau . . . . 
OnuM-^ndiy of BaxS-Welmar 
Doofajr of Sax6-Oobai9-G«tli» 
.MM. Baxi-Meiningen 
MMM Bax6-Altenbia» . 

Onnd'4adqr of Meddenboig Btraliti 
Oldenbuis 1 
banMo i 
Denm 



Lordihip of Knl| 

Dnohyof Aniial 
M.M. Aabalt Bembms 
MMM Anbalt Koethen 

Prindpalltjr of BehwaitriNiis Bondarthanm 
Bofannrtabuig Ru'lolttadt 
HatanwHem Hechingen 
IJchti n i tel n 

HoheaaoUem Bicmaringen 
Waldeek . . 
Rena (elder brandi) 
Rons (nmnger inaueb) 
BdiaantMng Lippft 
Lijgpt-DetiBold . 

Landcraviate of B«l8 HomlMiiK 

Free City of Lubedi 
Frankfort 

Hambuit 





Aim la 
BqukN (too- 



80.908 

53,805 

93.636 

4.346 

11.190 

5,790 

4.480 

3.344 

9.886 

9.768 

1,799 

1.190 

3.583 

1.446 

1.070 

571 

691 

307 

678 

1,893 

979 
956 
940 
968 
305 
104 
40 
988 
347 
108 
887 
155 
391 
190 
108 
68 
80 
113 



PcpnlatloB, 
ISM. 



13,949,196 
4.504374 
1,886,433 
1.758356 
1,743,897 
1369,774 

853,679 
886,880 
889,819 
968343 
584,894 
418.697 
961.094 
147.195 
163.898 
129.598 
8B357 

978309 

68,700 
48,K44 
43,190 
60^008 
69,650 
a351 
91,718 
58,753 
43,856 
33308 
77316 
96337 

106,986 
94,908 
47,197 
68,940 
79390 

188,054 



185,829 41,919,7«9 



BcTcnualn 
norina. 



70,500,000 

60,000,000 

96,014,000 

7.900.000 

9,SOU,000 

9.414.000 

10.800.000 

4,970.000 

5.480,000 

9,400,000 

1,800.000 

1.654.000 

9300.000 

1,810,000 

1.954,000 

1.900,000 

1,100.000 

689.000 

500,000 

1,500,000 

500,000 
.175.000 
375,000 
940,000 
335,000 
190,000 
17,000 
800,000 
350.000 
140.000 
470.000 
915.000 
460.000 
180,000 
488,000 
633.000 
833.000 
1.500,000 



917,033.000 



* nia Rarenue it reckoned in JIoHitf and ftmitHTf. Ilaeh florin to worth two ikanci^ 58.7 oenti, Frei 



42» 
rom 
>out 

ited 
laro 



Mayenna 

Meurthe . 

MeuM 

MorUhan 

Mowlla 

Nievra 

Nord 

Oiia . . 

Onia 

FudaCUala 

PoydaDome 

Pyicnaea (BaMM) 

Pyrencet (Hautat) . 

iTnnaaa (Oriantales) 

Rbin (Baa) 

Rhin (Haut) . 

Rbona . 

Saone (Hauta) . 

SaoneandLdn 

Bartha 

Beina 

Seina Inferieure 

Baina and Mama 

Saine and Oiae 

Bevi«a(Dauz) 

Bonuna 

Tun 

Tarn and Garanna 

Var 

Vancltua 

Vendea . 

Vianna 

Vienna (Haute) 

Vgagea 

Yonne 



Maine', Aojou 

Lorraine 

Lorraine . 

Bretaana 

Lorrama . 

Nivamoii, &o. 

Flandera 

He de Franca 

Nomandy 

Artoit, Fkardy 

Auvergne 

Beam, Nararre 

Oaioojme 

Rouiilloo, &c 

Aliace, &a 

Aliaoe, &e. 

Lyonnaii 

Francbe-Comtfi 

Boufgogne 

Blaine 

lie de France 

Normandy 

He de France, &c. 

Hie de France, Orleanais 

Poltou 

Pioardy 

Lraguedoo 

Guienne, Gaicogne 

Provence 

Avignon, Provence 

Poitou 

Pdtoo 

LioMNidn . 

Lorraine . 

Boutgogne, Champagne 





lfi07 


»»,439 




1691 


4'13,9»| 




I7W 


3'2.\710 




9073 


478,77.1 




1955 


448.(W 




1907 


33-2,269 




I63& 


1,132,980 




1718 


4)16,038 




1639 


449,107 




1949 


0M,756 




9306 


601 ,604 




9999 


4»7,839 




i?g 


20I,9n5 




1H0,7IM 




1914 


JW0,373 




1190 


487,ail8 




814 


,'i4S,(»5 




1497 


347.0M 




9403 


M>,0I9 




1860 


474 1176 




138 


l,364,<i»3 




1739 


340.219 




1734 


47J.<»M 




1600 


7->A,8fi3 




1709 


320.685 




1758 


W0..'i2» 




1668 


36(),67») 




1043 


3t2,4»S 




9199 


349,859 




963 


2V<,I54 




1964 


376,184 




9010 


308,391 




1666 


314,739 




1451 


417.894 




9005 


374,803 




35,401,761 



Laval IC^GO. 
Nancy 38,795. 
Bar le Due 19,673. 
Vannet 11,3M. 
Met! 49,976. 
Nevera 15,793. 
Lille 67,775. 
BeauvaU 12,356. 
Alencon 13,533. 
Arret 24,321. 
Clermont-Ferrand 80,851. 
Pail 13,920. 
Tarbe* 11,938. 
Perpignan 19,503. 
Straibourg 69,094. 
Colmar 19.112. 
Lvon 161,7631 
Vetoul 5911. 
Maconll.7Ml. 
Le Man* 24,133. 
Paria 945,721. 
Rouen 683J. 
Melun 9H,311. 
Venalllet 91,046. 
Niort 17,951. 
Amieni 4(v')9& 
Alby 12,453. 
MonUuban 22,719. 
Draguignan 8678. 
Avignon 31,099. 
Bourbon Vendee 6680. 
Poitiers 23^06. 
Limegea 34,180. 
Epinal 10,250. 
Auxerie 12,464. 



ND OR GERMANY. 

nent from the Baltic Sea to the Gulf of Venice, and comprises a superficial area of 

western frontier of Luxembourg to the eastern extremity of Silefoa, is about 688 

1^1 to the northern border of Holstein, about 620. Population in 1850, 42,OOU,OUO, 







Oanttnmt* 




^u 


»! 




■ PopalatioB. 
ItM. 


BcTCBUttn 
noiliia. 








B 1 


¥ 


CAPITALS. 
With tlwlr FopulattoiM. 


Tttthe 


XbtlMFMamI 






Wwi.Atmj. 


BavMuw, 










Ftorini. 


JCr«H(. 








11,80»,1M 


70,500.000 


94,899 


9.430 


50 




1.9.3 


Vienna 430,000 


•«'!I5'^ 


50,000,000 


79.484 


7,905 


Si 




4.5.6 


BerUn 380.000 


♦•SSl-fK 


95,014,000 


35,600 


3,540 




7 


Munleii 100.000 
Umden 70.000 
Hanover 98,000 


1,886,4W 


7,900,000 


19,000 


1.193 


30 




1,758356 


9,900,000 


13,054 


1.998 


15 




10 


1,743,897 


9,414,000 
10,880,000 


13,958 
10,000 


1.387 
994 


55 

35 


3 


8 
8 


Btuteard 39.000 
Kar&riibe 90.000 


859,679 


4,970,000 

5,480,000 


8,«7» 
6,196 


664 
616 


47i 
10 


3 
3 


9 
8 


Cknel 96.000 
DaimMtdt 90.000 


iSS^ 


9,400,000 


8,600 


858 


n 




10 


Oluckttadt 5000 


889,819 


1,800,000 


9,556 


984 


15 




9 


Lnzembotg 11.000 


9684M3 


1.654,000 


9,006 


908 


87« 




10 


Brunawlok 36.000 


884,894 


9,300,000 


3,580 


356 


5 




10 


Bcbwerfai 13,000 


♦18,697 


1,810,000 


3,098 


301 


7« 







Wieibaden 7000 


*?i'^ 


1,964,000 


9,010 


199 


55 




Iff 


Weimar 10.000 
Gotba 19.000 


147,196 


1,900,000 


1,116 


111 






fi 


163,898 


1,100.000 


1,150 


114 


99 




It 


Mebdngen5000 


*?'5S 


689,000 


969 


97 


30 




3p| 


Altenburg 19.000 
New Btreliti 6000 


864W7 


600,000 


718 


71 


99| 




" 10 


97*909 


1.800,000 


.9,899 


916 


35 




10 


OldenbOTg6000 
Kniphauien 


68,700 


800,000 


899 


89 


40 




^ 


Deanu 10.000 


48,844 


.175,000 


370 


35 


50 






Bembiug5000 


43,190 


875,000 


395 


39 


174 
58} 


1 ' 




KoetbenOOOO 


60^003 


840,000 


451 


44 




A 




69,650 


395,000 


539 


53 


40 




s. 




6,351 


190,000 


145 


14 


95 




•p 


Hechingen 3000 


31,718 


17,000 


55 


8 


30 




X 


Lichtemtein 1000 


68,753 
43,886 


800,000 
380,000 


356 

519 


38 

81 


991 
35 






BigmarhiMn 160O 
CerbaohSioO 


33,803 


140,000 


993 


99 


7i 




5 


OraitiTOOO 


77,016 


470,000 
915,000 
480,000 


899 


61 


55 




m 


BehMti5000 


96,837 


940 
691 


93 
68 


58| 
40 






Bnoliebaif 9100 
DetmoldSm) 


94,908 
47,W 


180,000 
488,000 


900 

407 


19 
40 


55 

95 




10 


Hoaibaig3000 
LiibeekiS.000 


68,940 


633.000 


479 


47 


35 




Rea. 


FiMikfort 50.000 


.^••S? 


839,000 


485 


48 


15 




10 


Bremen 41,000 


188,054 


1,500,000 


1,996 


129 


5 




10 


Hambms 199,000 


41,919,759 


917,039,000 


309.388 


99.960 


000 






isrUi two franc 


^ 50.7 oent^ Fi 


«iicb; oral 


boutsai.9id.ateril 


Ings «D 


deoBtaia 


la 60 krantMn. 



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SMVITZERLA 

SwrnsBRLAND is situate in Western Europe, having France on the west, Grerman 
Piedmont on the south-west. Its area is estimated to contain about 11,000 square 

STATISTICAL TABLE OF S^ 



CANTONS. 


AiMia 
Bquara 

MlMUet. 


CitlMOtof 

thcCutoiu. 


citlMni 
or othar 
Cantoiif. 


Btnugan. 


Total Popiria- 
Uon, IMO. 


Roi 


AargBM 

Appensell, Aunerrbodenl 

BaMl City \ 

«. Country, / • 
Berne 
Fteyburg 
Geneva . 
Obuut 
Oriaont 
Lucerne . 
Neuchatel . 
StOall . 
SebaShauien 
Schweita 
Soleure 
Teuin 
Thurgau 

Vnterwald, Obwalden 1 
^~.~. Nidwalden / 

Valaia . 
Vaud 

Zurich '.'.'. 




379 
115 

139 

1933 

374 

89 

.11 

1938 

443 

. 911 

665 

88 

966 

199 

781 

903 

198 

318 

1854 

898 

64 

517 


189.558 

r 10.783 

\ 30^989 

( 11.944 

189.044 

433.108 

91.194 

39.766 

984W0 

84.477. 

138.051 

44,835 

180^994 

814145 

49.370 

64.044 

100.499 

81.990 

/ 19;989 

I 10,667 

18.696 

79,898 

177.038 

14,993 

933,919 


7.989 
999 

8.916 
11.473 

7.071 
18.168 

lis 

4,196 

91,131 

15,410 

9.979 

1,458 

4,659 

- 517 

5,748 

676 

550 

ose 

1.167 
17.915 

9.301 
11.184 


9,969 

6;819 
1.788 
6,763 
1,385 
16.149 

948 
9.190 

589 
4,980 
8,958 
1,309 

198 

988 

7.807 

1.909 

90 

89 

40 

1.680 

5.998 

108 
6.673 


11.979 
48,691 
89.698 
47.885 

4584«5 
99.890 
64.148 
30913 
80.805 

189.846 
70,758 

109.685 
85.800 
44.188 
69,674 

117.750 
88.908 
18,7b9 
11.830 
14.506 
84.060 

199.585 
17.463 

950.698 


?l, 

t 

3 

88 

181 

» 

it 

as. 

6. 






llf039 


9.163.000 


157,998 


71,669 


9.806.178 


9»4. 



i*.nr« --.S?T"2 S?"* ''°*'* » Oerman and » FMndi coontiy, moM of the prindnU 2mm have hm 



HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. 



4u J^f kingdom of Holland comprehends the northern provinces of the late kinfldom of 
the Netherlands, which was ntablfshed by the Congress o^f Vienna in ISli; Mid XXS 
in consequence of the revolution which broke out at Brussels in September) 1830. 



STATISTICAL TABLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HOLLAND. 



J) 



1 



North Hdknd 
fkHHbHollMid 



Utraoht 
OneMtrtand 

MmLm 



Ana 

In 
BqaaN 
NUM. 



0>8 

1188 
588 
549 

9018 



Popalatlon, 

lal Jamiary 

IDMi 



476,665 
569.354 

1(10.078 
149,847 
870,560 

Mm 



hotMlHita. CalhoHw 



t 



317.819 
418.719 
117.189 
01,686 
996,758 



.130/158 

188,964 

49.081 



180,517 



Jtwi, 



97,610 

i04m 

4,190 



OMMi- 



AuterdMn 

MlSilMHiii 

trtTMht 

Amhelm 



kSit.aSw 
98.487 
18,f84 
47.997 



B« 
Ayro«, 
nw or 
eoUooti 

Bi 

ihelai 



ERAL ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



WITZERLAND. 

ice on the west, Germany on the north, Austria on the east and sonth-east^ and SaTOj and 
Eiin about 11,000 square geographical miles. Population in March I860, 2^96^17& 

:AL table of SWITZERLAND. 





Btnugan. 


Total Poinria- 
Uon. IMO. 


RoaM 
CrthoUw. 


PralHUntt. 


Contta^oit to tha 


CAPITALS. 


• 


rodonl 


rodona ' 

Arms, 




9,969 

1.789 

0,763 

1.385 

16.149 

948 

*a 

8^958 

1.369 

198 

988 

7.807 

14N)9 

90 

89 

40 

1,680 

5,998 

106 

5,673 


190.8n 
11.979 
48,691 
99.698 
47.885 

456.995 
99.890 
64.140 
30J1S 
88.895 

189.846 
70,758 

109.695 
85.800 
44.168 
69,674 

117.759 
88.908 
18.7M 
11.838 
14.808 
84.060 

199.585 
17.463 

950.098 


91.080 

11.930 

885 

5.008 

9,089 

54.044 

87.758 

99.704 

sjm 
aaoao 

181.974 

8.070 

105.370 

I.41I 

44.018 

01.556 

117.707 

83.494 
6.969 

17.89* 
6.690 


107.104 
49 

49.746 

94.0681 

38.818 f 

408498 

19,138 

84,919 

96481 

51465 

1479 

64,958 

64,198 

38480 

155 

8.007 

50 

60484 

10 

19 

19 

480 

199485 

943498 


48400 

i 7,780 
t 1400 

99400 

104,080 
18.600 
99.000 

3498 
19.000 
90400 
19.900 
80450 
10^890 

8.010 
18,580 
18.000 
99.800 

1.105 
805 

1.160 

0400 
00.960 

1450 
74.000 


8410 
778 
800 

918 

0S84 

1940 
880 
4S9 

1000 
784 
800 

9830 
400 
008 
904 

1804 

1580 
891 
181 
930 

1980 

9804 
850 

8700 


Aanu. 

Trogmaad HorlMHi. 
AppoiMU. 
fBaidorB«It.f 

Bflrne. 

nOTlNwg,orFrIboius. 
Ocnf; or OciMva. 
Olanu, or Olarto. 
Ctaur, or Coiro. 
LuMm, or LccCTM. 
Noutabuif, or NmaOuM, 
8tCUll«i,or8tCMdl. 
SchaffhauMB. 
SehiNiU,orlehinrti. 
8olotburB,arS(riMf«. 

Frmi^Ud. 

Sum. 

Altorf. 

81ttm.or8k«. 

TjBWWIPIK- 




71.569 


9.895.178 


974.187 


1,417491 


840^798 


88,788 



rth alMMit 15d. rterilng. 

»,u,(Ma»ama,amm,Ckin$,it» fliMof which to ttao ItaSE^tte 



tho 



MNkaboaa 
MiOMttM 



COLONIES AND F0RBI0I7 POSSESSIONS. 



kitudom of 
nd dlssolTed 
830. 



D. 



98.487 
18.814 
47.997 



tSSSS!^ • • • 

Thnor 

SmSZim • • i 

MMMttM ... I 

^■o* * • • • J 



88,800 
400 



«.780 



4.78i40t 

44400 

41.800 

1M400 

HMOS 



hm 



"4S 



1800 

1000 

400 



744N 



M.7Q0 



44.000 



S7.040 



A ^*^ *l****r ^'^ P»*^ «*•»" *fc» m»»^ "f "— fc^ will OnillllU tt»A nt 1Vl.lxI^ 



jw .^o^^a«it 11-.--*.^, M a i;:;isrssi^^ 

♦he SS^Z'^S:^Z?L^ "^^"^ *' *"^^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^-^ 0* 

DIVISIONS, tuk 



Amohi 



r.. 

i. 



BLACK'S GENERAL.ATLAS.-I 



KINGDOM OF PRl 



Thb kingdom of Prassia is sitaate, like Austria^ netalj in the oentre of Europe, and, I 
like it, is composed of various oonntriee, provinces, and districts, inhabited by people of 
different races and languages, and who have no other bond of union than that of oeing 
placed under a common sovereign. Exclusive of Neufchatel, and some small isolated dis- 
tricts in Saxony, the kingdom is formed of two laige, unequal, and perfectly distinct 
tracts of country, separated from each other by the German States of Hanover and 
Brunswick, Hesse, Nassau, and the kingdom and duchies of Sax^. The outline is extremely 
irregu ar; and it would be diflB«ult to guess with any degree of certainty at the length and 



breadth. W< 

south-westen 

dom is reckoi 

The king 

five Regierun, 

328 circles. 

the followin 

PrinceflofH( 



Hi 
PrwrlnaMuid 



1. Oo^ 

S. ' 

a. 

4. 



I. Pnormo* OP Pbomia— 
itofKoanlolMfg 
orGanlmiMii 



I 



n. P mw ww i or PowAinA— 

QOTMUDWt of F^BMD 

It ofBmnbvK 



UL PaovnoB o* B>Ain>BiiBin»— 
a«v«nBMBt of FMidaai 
Gofm am miot'FtuaiUait 



IT. PMTrnoB or Ftmnuuiur- 
9. Qownaamtatenamaa 

10. Qowranmit of Cot J in 

11. Oowm—rtofBttalmnd 



V. PaOTIMCB OP Sau— 
It. OovwuiMnt of If Mldtbiiit 
It. CtoTCminanl of MonMmii 
14. OoTonunentofBrftirt 

TL PaoTmcB or SiUMiA— 
U. GovomnMBt of Dr wia ii 
Ml OoTafantntofOpiMiB 
17. CtoranuMiitorXAiiiiiU 

VIL PwrnioB op Wa&muhUf— 
la OoTomnMBt of MoBiUr . 
la GOTCIMMUof MindM 

to. OoiOTiimit at 



tl. 



Tin. PwnmioB op tbb Rmii^i* 
kofOotapM 



of< 
ofTkvrw 



Aim or 



la 
BvmnOm- 



Am* of 



6,no 

4.771 
S.438 
5.111 



i)S 



6.190 
S.870 



3.790 
4.1S7 
1,M« 



3,a6S 

a.oso 

808 



0,970 
S.880 
4.000 



9,105 
1,031 
9,949 



1,1M 
1,079 

i:8i 

1,911 



01.819 



Bonan 
Oiiimpltl 



10,848 

8,074 

11,005 

9,191 

7.071 

11.060 

0,970 

7,794 



Papulattani 
of ISM. 



1^61,819 



847.58S 
614.047 
404.007 
691,046 



897,839 
454.670 



1.968.980 
060,087 



869,197 
440.516 
187.080 

601,874 
749,644 
847,979 



1,174.679 
965.919 
991,009 



49IJ80 
463,999 

579.787 



487,390 
907,101 
009,984 
499,181 
411.195 



16,900kOI8 



Evanf 



1,131 
411 

35i 



3,001 



99! 

i,4i: 



1,011 



19 



0,00 



RUSSIAN EMPIRE. 



Tmt vatt empire extendt along the shores of the Arctic Ocean from the Slrt meridiui 
E. of Greenwich, 5o the 140th W., or through 109 decrees of longitude ; •q»Ai° Jj* Jj^I 
tude of the Aw2o circle, to 6^77 geograplBcal, or 7,490 En^ nriUj ThitimmeMe 
extent of country is divided by Behring^s Straits Into two nwloclhr ^"^SASfSSSp « 
smaller of which forms the north-western extremity of Amerio^ ^ *^fj»^i ®' 
EuiopeHi Mid Asiatic portion, the bieadth varies from 1900 Englith mUet in long. 4J* E., 
to 46bin long. ieo» ; ^nff a tuperilelal area of 3,409,000 oquaie fS?*!?^ ,"?""»,?' 
about 4,74M«> iqwo Bngllth mUei, with an avenge population of less than 15 to the 
square mile. _^_^__^_— — ^i— — ■^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



1,982,165 

4,175,569 

44,126,538 

507,697 

1,878,297 

4,188,922 

1,872,122 

60,968 

60,186,902 



L>T LAS. — STATISTICS. 



d OF PRUSSIA. 



, and, 
>le of 
being 
d dis- 
stinet 
r and 



ii and 



breadth. We may, however, mention that the distance between the north-eastern and 
south-western extremities of the kingdom is upwards of 700 miles. The area of the king- 
dom is reckoned at about 5077 German, or 81,232 geographical square miles. 

The kingdom is now divided into eight provinces, wnich are subdivided into twentf- 

five liegierunff$ bexirie, (governments or arrondissements,) and again portioned out into 

328 circles. The canton of Neufchatel is not comprised in any of these divisions, nor in 

the following Table, but will be found in the illustration of the Map of Switzerland. The 

Prinoeflof Hohenzollem ceded the sovereignty of their states to the King of Prussia in 1851. 



npiilatioB« 
of ISM. 



847,aSS 
614,0*7 

4o«,on 

(ni,046 



897.a» 
4M,e75 

1,868,985 
«60.0S7 



Aea,is7 

448,51« 
187,088 

081^74 
74a,644 
847,879 



1,174,679 
865,918 
981,008 



491,985 
46a,»9 
579.757 



497,380 
907.151 
808,»M 
498,181 
411,185 



] 1.138.848 
} 416.064 

358,564 



EvaattUgal. 



3,008.831 



999,649 
1,418,886 



1.019.338 



181,074 



16,986.018 



Boman 
OathoUo*. 



8.604,748 



158,695 
400,780 
748,919 



41,994 



88,697 
1,841.900 



1.115.999 



1.609.108 



CM*aI*> 



Koaiinbeis 
OtunbauMO 
Dantsio 
Mariwmrder 



PoMn 
BmnlMrg 



BnukiN 

^Fnutkfort 



StotUn 
CoMlin 
StnlMind 



M«Mbuig 
Erfurt 



Bredra 
Oppcln 
LfegnlU 



Monitor 
Mtodw , 
AranbwK 



Oolofm 

DuMMorf 

Cobtonti 

Trew 

Alz-k-ClMip«U« 



POMUftBOB < 

Oviteto. 



5.984,003 



67.941 
5,680 

61,109 
44)99 



98.484 
7,654 



936,830 
16,066 



15,86C 



51.046 

8,893 

95.197 



90,000 
4,886 
8.617 



17.870 
8,989 
9,970 



65.441. 
98.710 * 
14.888 
15.318 
86.809 



1,982,165 





4,175^9 




44|n6,538 




507,697 




1^78,297 


disn 


4,188,992 


Uti- 


1,872,122 


erne 


60,968 


Um 
r, or 


60,186,902 


•K. 


1 


1, or 




>the 





MilitMv oolonialR, CoMMks, oorps upon the Don, In Tohemomeria, Ural, GHioaiti^ 

troopa of tlie line in Siberia, irregulw detaduMnto of BMkixa, Calmueks, he. 
Population of towns. 

Population of the country, (peaaants or ■erfk) 
Nomade people, (Calmucki, Kirghis, &o.) 
In the Tnma-Cauoaaian provinoM. 
In the late kingdom of Poland. 
In the Grand Duohjr of Finland. 
In the Ruiiian Amarioan territory. 

60,186,902 Total population of the empbw, besides army. 



^^^ 



AAi 



HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. 



Thb kingdom of Holland comprehends the northern provinces of the late la^om of 
the Netherlands, which was establfshed by the Congrws of Vienna m 1816, and dissolved 
iucon^nencebf the revolution which broke out at Brussels in September, 1830. 



STATISTICAL TABLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HOLLAND. 



.^ 


Ana 

in 

Sqaars 

MUM. 


Population, 

Ut January 

186U. 


■digiaaa. 


Okpltala. 




FMtMlanti. CatkoHoa 


Jam. 


North <loIland 

South Htdlwd 

Zealud 

Utieeht 

OaeMerUnd 

OTeryael 

Dienthe 

Graninoen 

FriedHid 

North Biabant 

Limbuig 

Total 


998 
1166 
0B8 
649 
9018 
1993 

W8 
1151 
1653 


476.665 
669.354 

i«o.o;3 

149.347 
370.660 
916,274 
83.269 
188.806 
946,967 
386.845 
905,431 


317,819 
413,719 
117,169 

91,636 
998.768 
143,961 

76.789 
170.989 
993,064 

46,815 
4.713 


. 130^58 

138.264 

49.031 

66.969 

130.617 

69,477 

4,440 

13,919 

91,767 

348,179 

199,445 


97,699 
10,966 
706 
1.606 
4.195 
3.974 
1.968 
8,771 
9,097 
1.846 
1,970 


Anstwdaiii 

Hague 

Middleburg 

Utrecht 

Amhetan 

ZwoUe 

Aiwn 

Orouingen 

Leuwarden 

Boii-le-Due 


994.938 
79.467 
13.984 
47.997 
16.671 
18,819 
4.395 
33.695 
94.605 
91.789 


10.9U5 


3,056,591 


1.839,638 1,164.149 


68,518 



By census, Ist January, 1840, the total population of the kingdom wa8>— males, 
1,899,680 ; females, 1,469,481 ; total, 2,869,111. 



EMPIRE OF AU 

Thb Empire of Austria is situate in the centre of Europe, between 42*> and 61** N. lat., 
and 9" and 27" E. long. Its greatest length, from Sesto Calende on the Ticino, in the 
Duchy of Milan, to the confluence of the Podhorze and the Dniester, at the eastern extre- 
mity of Galicia, is 760 geographical miles ; and its breadth, from Trau, on the Adriatic Sea, 
in Dalmatia, to the northern extremitv of Bohemia, 442 miles. It is formed by the union of 
different countries, inhabited by people differing in race, language, religion, form of govern- 
ment, manners, customs, and institutions, who have no natural connection with each other, 
and are held together by the single tie of a common sovereign and a central government. 



VAMItB Of THB nVTBUr OOVXBMMEMTB. 



1. Ktaigdom of Hunniy, with its dependenctei 
9. Kingdom of Oalioiat 

3. Grand Principality of Tranqrlvania 

4. Kbigdom of Bohonia 

8. MiUtary Borden . 

6. The Tyrol 

7. Morana and Silesia 
a Kbigdom of Venice 

9. Kingdon<. of Lombardy 

10. DnohyrifStyrla 

11. Carinthia and Oamiola 
19. The Littoral, or Government of Trieite 

13. Lower Aurtria 

14. Upper Austria and Salabuiv . 

15. Kbgdom of Dalmatia . . 



Military, 



Aim In tquan QaegnphtMl MilM. 



XMal. 



Intha 

Garmaa 

OonMatasjr 



67,063 
98,973 
16,1U 

8,988 
7,731 
6.893 
6,391 
6,541 
5,936 
9,331 
8,769 
^684 
3,899 



OntaTtha 

Oannan 

OooMtiMy 



1.388 

8^ 
7.731 



6,541 
5.936 
790 
5,769 
5,584 



194,308 137,199 137,199 



67,083 
93,875 
16,m 

11^ 



6,808 
6,391 



1,611 
3^899 



kingdom of 
id mssolved 
)30. 



D. 



OputottaB 



134,938 
79.487 
13,934 
47.997 
18,671 
18>919 
4,390 
33,680 
94,000 
91,789 



OB, — males. 



Banda 

Tenate 

MaoMMW 

Siunatm 

Timor 



AnucA, Forte in Guinea 
AiURicA, Bturlnam 
BtBoitetia 
Cnraooa 
St Martins 
Bite 



Guinea 

ia ' . ' . ' I 

IS ... I 

• • • • J 



400 
900 
000 
000 
600 



6^000 



08,700 



43,000 
160,000 

1,038.000 
84,000 



7,100 



6,009,000 



600 
900 

1000 

1000 

400 



74,000 



^.700 



44,000 

170,000 

900,000 

1,040,000 

85,700 

47.040 

18,710 

13,300 

4,100 

400 



0,639,900 



BesideB these, the Dutch daim the idancki of Oruba and OruWla, that of Bonafae, or 
Avrea. with the Bird Islands, aU on the northern coast of South America. These, howerer, taava 
few OT no resident inhabitants, but » few petBonB occasionaUy resort to them to take turtles, or to 
coUeotsalt 

Bbloiuh, or the kincdom of the Belgians^ is composed of the southern provinces o< 
the late kingdom of the Netherlands. 

DIVISIONS. &e. 



PNTlnew. 


Atmta 
8q.l(llM. 


ropulaUM^ 
1849. 


G^tiUa. 


PopakMaiL 


Booth Brabant 


1998 


711,389 


BmsMb 


108,900 


BaitFlanden 


1188 


781,149 


Ghent . . 


83,789 
49,i98 


WastFlandm 


1978 
1198 


696:847 


Brogw 


Antwerp 
Hainauft 


418,834 


Antwerp 


X^-'S 


1474 


798,039 


Moos 


99,010 


Namur 


1493 


988,143 


Namur 


91,071 


Lieee 


1491 


480.663 


Uega 


08,000 


LimbuTK* 


1198 


180,621 






Luxembwg* 

• 


1194 


187,978 


ArloD 


9,900 


11,089 


4.889,090 



• Rather more than a third part of eaeh of theee two p r o T ln ees, with their diief 
towns, Lazemborg and Masstfkht, has been eoaflfmed to HoUand br the reoent treaty. 
Luxemburg is one of the fedetal f o rtr — es of the Qermanle Coafcde r a tt im, though thedvll 
poewssion of the town and distriet has been aaijpMd to the KIngof HollaiM,ak€hMid 
Dttka ofLuiembQig. 



•i. 



m 



RE OF AUSTRIA. 



dSPN.lat., 
cino, in the 
kstem extre- 
^driatic Sea, 
the union of 
n of ffovern- 
ti each other, 
l^overnment. 



The German seoeraphers agree in dividina into four great portions all the eountriei 
of which the Empire is composed, viz. : — 1. The Grerman provinces ; 2. The Polish pro- 
vinces ; 3. The Hungarian provinces, among which they reckon not only Hungary, Tran- 
sylvania, and the Aulitarv borders, but also the kinodom of Dalmatia ; 4. The Italian 
provinces, in which they include only the Lombardo- Venetian kingdom. Bat the Empira 
IS actually divided into fifteen governments, which are subdivided into (Krdes, proviuMi^ 
counties, districts, &c. The population, in July 1860, amounted to 36^060,467* 







\ 




tntiM 
Iwnaii 


Ontafth* 

Oannan 

OooMMMy 


TMiri. 


lattM 
•■wwa ODa. 


Oatorth* 
OwidmiOm- 


OAPITAIJl. 


CSDS 

I0':943 

8^ 
7.731 

000 

M41 
0.936 

Si 

000 


67.083 
93.870 
16,133 

11^404 

000* 

6?8D9 
6,3il 

000 

Mil 

000 

3,899 


10.108,989 
44)36.801 

1.008.109 

^886.706 

9,988,434 

9,981,789 

9,79^740 

1,006.971 

783,180 

008.016 

1.038.047 

8A9,893 

383,710 


4,408^900 

8W.706 
9,939,494 

000 

1,006,971 
7a').l80 
100.531 

1,8TO,047 
808,:U3 


10.106.989 
4,688.901 
9,079,717 

i,ooe^i« 

9.981.789 
9,78N740 

857,490 

893,710 


180 
188 
199 
978 
100 
101 
980 
314 
408 
149 
l)f7 
S06 
944 
108 
109 


Bntea^PMh. 

Pr«ne. 
fMerwaideto. 

Biunn. 

at- 

Giaeti. 

Vienna. 

Uni. 

Zara. 


»7,199 


137,199 


' 80,770,840 
738,634 


19,189,073 


98,086,768 


189, 


ViMina, Capital of the Bmpii» 



86.0I4.4«M 



M.a«mnaMntofn«m 


i,aii 




WS,9R4 
492.181 
411.IU 




81,819 


81,8U 


16;S8Sk018 


8.604 



RUSSIAN EMPIRE. 

Thm THSt «np»ro extends aloog the shores of the Arctic Ocean from the 2l8t meridian 

T'a #!Sf °T!S.» *®. **i® ^^** 7b ®' *h«>n«h IW degrees of longitude ; equal, in the lati- 
tude of the Arctic circle, to 0,577 geographical, or 7,690 Engliih mUes. This immense 
extent of country is divided by Behring»8 Straits into two perfectly distinct portions, the 
nmaller of which forms the north-western extremity of America. Of the brger, or 
European and Asiatic iM>rtion, the breadth varies from 1900 English mUes in long. 46«» E., 
^lr?i'Sl]«%«.^®^» gmnff a superficial area of 3,409,000 square geographical miles, or 
about 4,740,000 square English miles, with an average popuUtion of less than 15 to the 
square mile. -« r r 

STATISTICAL TABLE OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE. 



1. BAI.T10 Paormcn. 



Courind 
FlBlud . 
8. OiiSA* Rmha. 

MOMOW 



CMoMta . 



lnMHM*Nov|and 
Tluabor 



KM 
OnI 



▼ofOMta 
Si Lima Ri 
KtoT 
Obanifor 



DoaCoNidn . 
4. WMnaa BuMKA. 

YIlM . . 



Aim 



OM^^Ak*! 



11,300 
8,040 

18.818 

7.8IS 

lOMSS 

8.800 
18,984 
18.780 

njm 

88,190 

87.884 

848.888 

110.(180 

18,919 

SS.008 

UL988 

14.048 

181438 

11,818 

8.484 

8y8B6 

19,080 

19;7!M 



iiS 

11,888 



81.408 
18^088 



808,004 
980,618 
740,088 
MS.010 
1.878.198 

1,840,988 
1,081.488 




Oradno 

Vltm* . . 
MokUtT . . 



▼oOnniB 
PodoUa . . 
BUModk . 
8. KmoBOH OP CAaAir. 
0mm, orKaaa. 



9. Knra. or AanuuuK. 
AitnJtliM 
BmtOT 



7« ^•■niA. 
JTobol* 
Tomk 



Mnil* 



Okhot* 



Afw 

teSqnaM 



1.4l8b788 
1,S1«,8B8 
1.881,888 

tsss 

8081888 
887*478 

1.818.981 



8. Oavcakut Paovmon, 

0. ROMtAM ' 
10. FOLAMS. 



0.190 
19.448 
13,184 
31.798 
17,108 

9,916 
10,089 

17.864 



rotnaiUm 
ia-iaw. 



43^836 



10.784 

6S»18I 
85,868 

104.880 
1.78%908 



,188 



4,816 
8,138 
8,076 
4.640 



8,159 



3|«W|9H 



761.880 
709,988 
808.IOO 
885,714 
I,8l4,il7 
1,8481158 
861,014 

1,300.438 
1.504,087 
1,488^800 

'-»$ 

108^988 
1,843,477 
1.885,848 
1,817.988 



60.963 

488.000 
384.000 
740,000 
484,000 
458,000 
771^000 
350,000 
478.000 



8^641.688 



The anniial inereue of the popnhrtion is ealeolated to amount to li par cent. ; at 
that rate it thoold, after the lapse of fourteen years from 1836« now (1850) exoeed 
68,000,000. ' ' V / 

Acebrding to another report, the popuktlon of the Russian Empire^ not induding 
the regular army, amounts to 60,186,902. riz. :— 
608,806 Oirgf of tiie QtnA. or natioud dmrdi, 

f88,860NolilM by birth. 
18a»108Nobke1^iiMrit 
434, 400 OommoMnk (IV.v EM.) 
•7,880- 



} 



with ihdr wivas and dittdraii. 



1,982,165 

4,175,569 

44,886,588 

507,697 

1,878,297 

4,188,222 

1,872,122 

60,963 

60,186,902 



Thksb tw 
Ocean on the 
length, from I 
lOOOgeograph 
which 170,15C 

Though f( 
Sweden and I^ 
ments, legisla 
twenty-four k 
is divided into 

I. SWEDEN - 

Sweden Pn 

Stonirl 

lMid,\ 

fifotftiaconi 

l>org,< 

thean< 

Skane, 

Nordlandc 

tothe 

Jamtb 

!£. NORWAY 

BtmdeKfidd 
BnUifa 
Laiirv 

Trondl 
NoHandem 

In 1751, 
and in 1845 1 
1840, the popi 
ceding 15 yei 
in Norway, 1 
in Sweden ti 
amounts to d£ 

In 1825, 
tenth of the p 
Carlskrona, 1] 
three principa 
22,839; and 
8,399,841 ; ai 





498.181 
411.185 






Coblentx 

TrevM 

Aix-U-Cli»peUa 


14,888 
15,318 
36,809 


1 


l%888kOIS 


8,604,748 


5,894,003 



the 



1^82,165 Blilitaxy ooloniato, Coaaaekfl, oorps upon the Don, in Tcheraomeria, Unl, f^iifMM^ 

troops of the Ime in l^beria, ixreguuur detachmenti of Baskiia, Calmneks, &c* 
4,175,569 Populaiaon of towns. 

44,826,588 Population of tlie oonntiy, (peasants or serfe.) 
507,697 Nomade people, (Cabnnoks, Kirghiz, &c.) 
If87^97 In the Trms-Cauoasian provinces. 
4,188,222 In the late kinadom of Fohmd. 
1,372,122 In the Grand Duehy of Finhuid. 
60,963 In the Russian American territory. 

60,136,902 Total population of the empire, besides army. 



SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



TuesB two countries fonn to|[ether a larae peninsula, lying between the Atlantic 
Ocean on the west, and the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia on the east. The greatest 
length, from Falsterbo, in the province of Bfalmo, to Cape Nord Kyn in Finmark, exceeds 
1000 geographical miles, and the superficial area is about 292,700 square English miles, of 
which 170,150 belong to Sweden, the remainder to Norway. 

Though forming only one ffeognphical renou, and iubject to the jame sovereign, 
Sweden and Norway are, nevertheless, two perfectly distinct states, with separate govern- 
ments, legislatures, and financial and judicial establishments. Sweden is divided into 
twenty-four Ian or shires, each of which is subdivided into j^dlsrier or districts. Norway 
is divided into seventeen amtt or bailiwicks, according to the following table : — 

I. SWEPEN— 

Sweden Proper contains the lam of Stockholm, Upsab, Westsras, Nykopmg, OmebrtK Garlstad, 

Stora-kopparberg, Gefleborg ; corresp<mding to the ancient provinces of Upland, Sodeiman- 

land, WestmanUnd, Nerike, Warmeland, I]^kme, Gestrikland, and Helsingland. 
Chtkia contuns the lait$ of JJnkoping, Cahnar, Jonkopine, Kronobeig, Blekinop, jSkaraborg, El&« 

botg, Gotheborg and Bohus, Hi&istad, Christianstad, Malmohus, Gottland; correspon<Ung to 

the ancient provinces of Ostergothland, Snudand, Blekinge, WestergotUand, Dasbna, Halland, 

Skane, and ue isbnds of Gottbnd and Oeknd. 
JVordfaNdcmtains the latu of Nordbotten, Westerbotten, Westemorrland, Jamtland ; eorrespondins 

to the ancient provinces of Wester Bothnia and Lapmark, Medelpadia and Angermanlano, 

Jamtfamd and Ueijeadalen. 

It. NORWAY — 

BoadenfiMi contains the amU of Aggershoos, &naalekene, Hedemaricen, Christian, BuskemdL 

BnUriiMrg, Nedenoes and Raabygdebiget» Lister and Mandal, Stavanget^ Jarlsberg, and 

Laorvig. 
Nordt^fUldt contains the anUt of Sondre-Bergenhuus, Nordre-Bergenhnna^ Romsdal, Sondre- 

Trondh^go, Nordre-Trondheim. 
Norkaidtm contains the amU of Nordland and FininaKken. 

In 1751, the populatior oweden amounted to 1,786,727 ; in 1800. to 2,947,803 ; 
and in 1846 to S.316,686. iN.vv^ay, in 1826, contained 1,061,318 inhabitants; and in 
1840, the popniation was 1.24£^700^ showing an increase of nearly 200,000 during the pre- 
ceding 16 years. In Sweden, the annual number of births is 1 in 28 of the population ; 
in Norway, 1 to 34. In Sweden, the marriages are 1 in 112 y in Norway, 1 in ISO ; but 
in Sweden the mortality is 1 in 344* in Norwav, only 1 in 48. The standing army 
amounts to 33,000 men, but in time of war it may be raised by oonscription to 240,000. 

In 1826, the inhabitants of the towns of Sweden amounted to 279,646, or about one- 
tenth of the popniation. Stockholm had then a popuktion of 79,183 ; Gothenbnig, 2^702 j 
Carlikrona, 11,943 ; all the other towns are little better than villages. In Norway, the 
three principal towns, Christiania, Bergen, and Trondheim, contain respectively, 23,121 ; 
22,839; and 12,731. In the end of 1848 the population of Sweden anoimted to 
8,389,841 ; and in the end of 1846 that of Norway to 1^28,471. 



« 



BLACK'S GENERAL Aq;L 






l^ 






i'' 






i 



ii 



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ITALY. 

Italt is situate in tlie middle of tlie sontlieni region of Europe, and consists ehiefly 
of a long narrow peninsula^ projected into the Mediterranean Sea, and separated on tlio 
north-west and north from France Switzerland, and Germany, by the Alps^ whieh form, 
in most places^ an almost impassable barrier. Including Sardinia and Sicuy, but without * 
Cornea, which belongs to France, the superficial extent of Italy exceeds 120,000 square 
English miles. 

Since the downfall of the Roman Empire, Italy has never formed one state. It has 
always been parcelled out among numerous Princes and Lord& and now contains eight 
Sovereign states, one of which ind<«d forms an integral part of the Austrian empire, while 
the others are all oolitically subject to the predominating influence of Austria. 



WAMXS or TBI ITATia. 


Aim is 
vam. 


PapobMM, 


CAPITAU. 


KlnadoB of Lomtardf and Vmii* 
KingdmorSndliila*^ . 11848) 

SUtMoftheOiuiSi . **^' 
DuchyofPanu . 
DuchvofModena 
BcpubUe of St Marino 


18,490 
99434 

43^099 
9.198 


1MM7,479 
4,9l«Mf7 

1.088,489 
9.400 


Mian and ymML 

Turin and OMUaii 

Naplatandlilarm. 

FlorcDM. 

Rome. 

Panna, 

Bfodena. 

StUarinoi. 


139,943 


94,8.1.099 



•^^Srf «S?A£I.*''*«^»!y *?^i *"«* «" «>«yo»» fl» Umlto of Italy, on 

W3fti":iiSronajsissi^ 



tbo north* 



DENMARK. 

7* a^^^t^^^f*' ^^^ "^^*^ ^I **»« ^"»« Sea, between 630 and «8» N Lat and 

n»«J»>erofthe Germa™S>Sfo5!SC ^^ '*'''"*** **** *^ "^^ »»& " » 

tmtion^'SSrhlJSSS^*s?5LiJS W «S?**?2?1^^ *°*^ ««««^. the adminis- 
which are also dividKto^2Sl?iliv^S-^ department ; but ik the £Suu 

^ceis. In the Slowing toKi&tSiln^^^ "i^^^^^ ministerial and judffl 
the second, the oountS*or*iM1n whi^^^^^ »~»- ^ *»»• ^^^^ •^ 




!• Bonnni or DnmuaB. 



BOMi 

VnntQ^ 

BpmKolm. 

Maribou 



TIbMf. 



.-_ 



^doMv. 
l^woe. 



Bonholn. 



ssa.'Sisr^ 




*'"~"^-- 



JBra. 
nondwbw- 



■(MiMo^lNitrioli 
j^PtadirtkNcl, 



Dbtrioli') 



lUMnrMh,] 






Nwamaitw. 



AbUaad. 
Famnn. 

BelilMN%. 



ERAL A/f LAS. — STATISTICS. 



SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 

Thbb two eovntries, though politicallv iDdependenL form one gSMimphiflil Ngi<ni, 
and eannot well be deBoribed sepaiately. They form together a largo andeompafot peohi- 
iiila ntnate at the soath-westeni extremity of Europe^ and eontaining aboat I€7,000 
Muare geognphioal miles ; of which the xhijfdom cf JSjptrin eontaioa 187y40Q| and the 
KtH^lthm ofPcfttigal, 29,000. 



msists ehieflf 
urated on tho 
1^ which form, 
r, bnt without 
20,000 square 

state. It has 
contains ei|[ht 
empire^ while 



rth- 



N. Lat., and 
' islands, the 
aare English 
peninsuh of 
mtkolm. To 
r 8wuk Jut- 
MwBtMw, with 
eh orijg^nally 
nnks as a 

the adminis- 
the <ftidU«, 
•nd Judicial 
liwieki^ and 



KINGDOM OF SPAIN. 

Br a royal decree^ dated aoth Norcmber, 1833, the Spanish territory in the Peninsnk 
and adjacent island^ was divided into forty-nine nroionees^ taking their names from 
their respective capitals^ except Navarre, Biscay, Alava, and Gnipuseoa, which retain 
their ancient denominations ; but for military purposes, these are ananged into twelve 
Captain-generalships. 

STATISTICAL TABLE OF SPAIN. 



Afovumms* 



1. Madrid 
s. aaadal^lm* 
8. ToMo 
4. Cmbm 

^GilldMl]Ud . 



\ 



n. Om > Catillb. 

& BunM 

7« Iiograno 

aBntaadar 

a ATtk 
iaS«Rovte 
11. Borte 
». VaUadoUd 
IS. ~ 
14.LMia 
15. 
1& 
17. OvMo 

._ ^ ra. CUuoiA. 
la Oonas 
19.Liwi> 
SOL Onn* 
81. '^ 



IT. BmnamuoKMk. 

sa Qmms 
^ y. Aimuo{u. 
SBbHiMh* f 

sacMb 1 

S/. OwdovA 



Aim 



T 



&UML 



SBO 
1.4SS 
Si606 



M79 



SJ78 

1.9U 
«,«7«> 

i.aQs 



4>W 
>,0B9 
».77» 

11.8M 



1<19» 






4N^1ST 
US.7SS 



[ 



SM.Ott 
.IM.8IS 
1190.000 

iai.9as 
l«^ooo 

IMkOOO 
tlOlOOO 



180,000 



»n.4BB 

«ia4sr 



r4S8,000 

80ir.4IS 



YI. Oiuiuaiii. 
191. Oiandft 
80. 
81. 



TIL TAfttMnA. 

aaTalMMte 

as. AUcut 

aiOMtaHandtkPteMi 

as. mSSr 1 
a& AUMMit J 

VIIL <}»XtM3»A. 

V. BRTMlgna 

».Lwid» 
40. Qtnm 

«i. BWIM 
4aT«Ml 

X. Natauu. 

44. Vvngm 

30. QamMOA. 
41 Awm 

45. TlMoXBlHif) 
47. 



1 



Aim 

teOVHM 

- - phi. 



Xtt. "ftBHWA. 



4a nn 



X'i*^ 



8.786 

*4ni 

8^171 
11.C8S 

1MB 

•14 
•84 

4SS 

1J88 
1.488 



U7.89 



rsootooo 
)acs.«9 

Cf«7.74l 

f4(m,ooo 

\l80k8ai 



833.8DS 
IWMIOO 
I97,44A 
S6S.4M 



8(10,(00 
817. i(» 
SBOkOOO 



880,000 

18o|mo 

141,769 
888.000 

887,719 



IMlflkSiS 




^'i=-V!SftSRf4tt.tein: 




t both 



Mfti tat In 

^^"^«i5£SS^^ ^~.— _«.«....^ 

and ajMi^iiktkm of 1,000,000. In AMAXs2SSiIl!IT!^ 
J«^ on the coiUtSlWi^and tf!;^^ 



BLACK'S GENERAL,ATLAS. 



The Turkish dominions in Europe and Asia were, till Ijilely. divided Into two grout 
I m -...1. ... . ._.... ,j^^ 




some- 

_ . „ , smaller 

gOTemnieiits called eualtty or principalities, which were subdivided into livat and tanjaka 
(baniieni.) The tjf«M$ were under the superintendence of Tiziers or pashas of three tails, 
and the ma$, of mirroirans, or pashas of two tails. At the commencement of the seven- 
teentboenturv, the Empire contained 44 eyalets, and 220 livas ; but, at present, scarcely 
more than half of these remain ; and, bciiides, the limits of tlie provinces have been and 
are continually changing. 



£8^ waa^poasMsed foraovovl yean b:^Meheinet Ali, an Albanian, who, after having 



InAfriga. ___ ^ ^ ^_ ^ ^ ^ 

the Mameluke Ay«, who ao long (domineered over the coontry,' mTstod all the oprai 
or secret attemptsoT his maater to rappUnt hhn, and ruled the whole region of the lower Nile as Mverngn 
prince. He is now dead, but the Government lias been ertablisbed in his family as an hereditary posses- 
sion, with a nominal admowledgment of the Emperor's supremacy. Tripoli and Barea were posseued for 
more than a omtury by a fiunily of hereditary Beya or AwAmm,* who were entirely independent of the 
Sultan ; bat at hut, in 1886. they were restored to the empire, and the Beys suppUnted by the Capit|Ui 
Pasha; so that IMpoli is agiOn a province of TuriEey. 

Waclaohia and Moudavia extend along the north side of the Danul>e, firom the 
Pruth to the borders of Hnnsary and Tranqrlvania ; the former containing an area of 
21,000 square geographical miles, with a popuUttion of less than 1,000,000 ; the latter an 
area of 11,600 miles, with a popuUtion of about 4fiO,000. These countries were formerly 

Erovinees of the Turkish Empire, governed by princes called Hospodars, who were chosen 
y the Sultan from the Greeks of Constantinople, and invested with regal authority 
— the attainment of the office being dependent upon the price ofiered for it. By the 
treaty of Buckharest, in 1812, the Czar acquired the right of interfering in matters con- 
nected with the religion of the people ; and by the treaty of Adrianople, in 1829, this 
power of interfownee was io greatly extended, that they may now be considered as vir- 
tually provinoes of Russia. To the Sultan, indeed, they still pay a small annual tribute, 
as an afCknowledgBaent of his sovereignty ; and he continues to appoint the Hospodar, 
selecting him Iran a list pvsiented by the boyars (nobles), a class who are completely 
subject to the domiiwering inflnenoe of Russia. The Hospodar, when once elected, holcb 
his fMM for life. The government, however, is of the worst possible kind ; every thing 
is in the most wretdied diacnxler ; and the people are divided into the two classes of 
tyrants and slaves. 

SsBviA is » small provinoeof about 9000 square geographical miles, with a population 
of about 380,000. In the early part of the present century it was governed bv Czemi 
Georges, a native^ who had served in the Austrian army, and who, eurMml at the btro- 
dties committed on his countrymen by the Turics, had rebelled, and expelled them. The 
Sultan, deeming it hopeless to leeover the absolute dominion of the province, resolved to 
resim it to a native governor, who should have the entire management of the internal 
adnunistimtion, on payment of a certain tribute ; while the fortresses should be garrisoned 
by TnriESb »>d ^^ external relations remain under the Imperial control. Georves being 
dead before this arrangement tocdc place, Milotsdi Obrenovich; a person who had risen to 
distinction durinc the troubles^ was chosen Prince, and the disinity was guaranteed to him 
and his heirs byTurkey and Russia ; but he has been recently deposed and expelled, and 
the goremnient remains in an unsettled state. 

• Tkk a tiie eH B^llhliipdUBfl oTIVMlka, or, sa the Fmeh oOlit. Faelka. 

KINGDOM OF HELLAS, OR GREECE. 

Txif kinsdem forms the south-eastern extremity of Europe, and is nearly peninsular, 
bdng bounded on three sides by the Arohipelago and the Mediterranean Sea. Its ^[reatest 
lengtii, from north to south, it aUmt 172 mUes, and the grsatest breadth of its eontmental 
portion aboot 1M>; eomprfamg an area of about 14,000 square feognphical miles. It 
coaapfliai tlie aneiani Peloponnesus or Morea ; the TWkish province of xivadia, and part 
of thosaaf Oariilli'and Lepanto, or Eastern and Wcstehi HeRas : Eubea, or Negropont ; 
the CjMMf and a part of the Sporadea, or aMmni islands ef the Archipelago. Greece 
formed part of the Turkish empire till 1821. when the people revolted. Afiter a long and 
severo snaggle they succeeded, with the assistance of the European powers, in achieving 
thMt iadependenee. In 183^ the eonntry was formed into the new kii^dom <^ HbuiAS, 
and Otho^ a son of the king of Bavaria* appointed king. Cfrttee ta only the Western- 
Bnropean name of the country. The natives call it MeUtu, and themselves BMiene*. 

The population of the iHtiylo—^ according to the liUust ai-'cuuiiiit, amounts to 1,03S,900, distributed 

thus I— 

HaDasnroper.formerivLivadia. 257.000 



Arabia, p 
p-irt, and near 
are under the < 
the considerab 
tlie coast is un 
Imam ofIiu$k 

The KiNc 
Meshed. * 

TUBKBSTA 

the khans of E 
Khojand, TasI 

Afohanisi 
selves Pu$tann 
the kingdom 
Alxhillee, but i 
Candahar, Ghi 
kingdom. 

BKux)CHn 
whom acknow 

India. S 

Eastbun ] 
Annam ; the li 
gano^ Ckikmtat 
with the adjac 
also Shyana or 

Chinbsb 1 
Th&m^ Swmga 
190 and 372 n 

RussiAW ] 
Armenia^ Azer 
Kirghifs, See 

LrrrucTfl 

some of whom 

The Emfire 

* The vowels In 
IiMB. Tehnn, Iipel 
Kawbol, ObedawD, 



Ikoxa is I 
between 66^ 6\ 
north to south 
western bordei 
are clearly defi 
the south, by \ 
which scpuratf 
Noffrais ; and 
Kon, near Cal 
protrudinff spi 
With partml w 
more or lessee 
square miles. 

India has ■ 
of adminiathktivt 
and tteographieal 
sarv illustraUon < 
and tite great du 
Tub Hills. Ni 
Jylum ; the distrl 
and Bootan, or t 
watebs,) is tlie 
Gurrali, Beeas, a 
ing aemm the b« 

8. RAJroOTANA, 
middle epace bet 



L ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



» 



Arabia, possei^sed generally by numerous iiidepcncleiit tiilies ; but the iiurth-westeni 
p;irt, and nearly the whole coast of the Refl S«'a, with the holy cities of Mecca and Medinis 
are under the dominion of the Ottoman Sultan. In the south-western corner is situate 
the considerable territory of the /mam o/zSinma; while the » th-eastern comer and all 
tlie coast is under the dominion or influence of the powerful Sultan, usually miscalled the 
Imam o/Mu^atf who even extends his swav along the const of Africa, as far as Zanzibar. 

The Kingdom of Iran or Pbrsu. Cki^ towns: Tehran, Isptihiw, Tauris, Shirax, 
Meshed. * 

Turkestan, potisessed by numerous independent khans, the principal of whom are 
the khans of Bokhara, Khiva, Kokand, &c. Uhief toums: Bokhara, Khiva, Samarkand, 
Khojand, Tashkend, Balkh. 

AvoHANisTAM, possMsed by the numerous tribes of a warlike people who call them- 
selves PmiUumehf but whom the Fenians call Ajfyhanee, They were recently subject to 
the kingdom of Cabul, established about the middle of last century by Ahmed Shah 
Abdallee, but are at present in a state of anarchical independence. ChUf Towns : Cabul, 
Candahar, Ghizni, Peshawar. Herat and a small adjoining district form an independent 
kingdom. 

Bkloochistan, a desert country possessed by the Beloochers, a nomade people, most of 
whom acknowledge the supremacy of the Khan of Kekit or Kulat. 

India. See separate table. 

Eastbrn Pknimsula, containiiiff the kingdoms of Burmah aifd £>tam, the Empire of 
Annam ; the Malay states of Q^«kIaI, Perat, Salanaor«tJohoref Pahana^ KemamoMy 7Vt»- 
ganoy CakmUmy Patani; the British provinces of Tennoiserimt WelUsUufy and Malaeea, 
with the adjacent islands of Penang and Sincapore; and the country of the Laos, called 
also Shjfons or Skans, 

CuiNBSB Emhrb, comprising China, Corsa, LooAoo, Formosa, Manekooria, Mongolia, 
Thibel, Soongaria, and LUtie ButhaHa, with a population variously estimated between 
190 and 372 millions I See separate table. 

Russian EmnRB, comprising SUtoria, Georgia^ Mingrelia, Imeritia, and portions of 
Armenia, Aserbijan, and Oniltm; the Caucasus, and the Steppes of Astrakhan and the 
Kirghig, See iUustrations of Russian Empire, in Europe. 

Lmu Tbibbt. A mountainous region pomowod by indepondeat chieftains or princes^ 
some of whom claim descent from Alexander the Great. 
Thr EmiRB ov Japan, consisting of a cluster of large islands to the north-east of China 



* The Tonwlt In Aiiatle mudm m« pnnoanMd like thoee of Uie Itatktn, end not of the EmglM alphebet Fo( 
Inui, Tehnn. Itpehwi, Bhlimi, Cebiil, QliUen, Jleandenn, en praooiHKed— Eeniwn, Tcslimwn, •BpeliMm, SlMtnw^ 
Kawbol, Oheelawn, MMUdlnwn. 



INDIA. 

India is situate in the Northern Hemisphere, between 7* 07' and 3ft* N. lat., and 
between 66^ 68' and 05" E. long., measuring 1870 English miles in its greatest leneth flrom 
north to south, and nearly ns much in its greatest breadth, in lat. 26** north, from the 
western border of Sinde to the eastern border of Assam. The natural boundaries of India 
are clearly defined. On the north it is bounded by the long range of the Himalayas ; on 
the south, by the Indian Ocean ; on the east, and south-east, by the range of mountuna 
which separates Assam and Arracau from the Birman Empire, and terminates at Capo 
Negrais ; and on the weiL by the Saleiman monntainL which extend from the Suflera 
Km, near Gabnl, to Ens Mutiive, and are coiinoctu«i, at their iKirtheru extremity withtlie 
protruding spurs of the Uimalara^. The whole country within these extensive limits i% 
with partial exceptions, either directly governed by the British East India Company, opr 
more or less oouiiected with it as tribntaiy or allied. The superficial afcaexeeeds 1,200^000 
square miles. 

Inidia has never formed one empire, and has therefore not been snbjeeted to anv general system 
of adminiattetivB divirions. Different parts of the country, however, have obtained oertein popular 
and ({eographieal names, whieh are of fireqnent oceurrenoe, and mnat therefore be mentioned as a neoea* 
aarv iHiistraUon of the geography of the oountry. I . The mountainous regi<m between the Sub-Himalayaa 
and tfie great chain. hM been called Noaxanuf India, aad the British portlen is known fuailiai^ aa 
Tmr Hills. Norttem India oomprisee the beautiftd vidley of OaAmre, dndned bv the River of 
Jylum ; the dietricts of Kunnawar, UMrwal,Kwiiaooni the Kingdom of Nepaai; the tMrriloiv eiStttim; 
and Sootan, or the country of Deb liajah. 2. The Pviuab or Fvnjavb f the country of die Fivr 
WATBBS,) is tlie region watered bv the Indus and its great tributaries, the Yehut, Qienab, Ravee, 
Gurrali, Beeai, and Sutlece. It Is divided into two portiona by the 8al$ Bange, a ohahi of hills extend- 
ing aemm <he bed of the ladoi, and fonninga tabla-huid of conaiderable elevation on its nortbexn side. 
8. RAJrooTANA, called also Rajwaha and Kajahstan, (tlie country of the Rajpoots) oceu|te the 
middle noace between the Indu. and Uk> Gan«ea. on both sides of the Ararolli mountahis. Mid extend. 



the lordship of Pimtebeiy, the eouMy of Bansau, and the citv of AUona, which onginally 
fonned pwt of the German empire ; and as sovereign of which the king now ranks as a 
member of the Germanic confederation. 

The JSin^fdom ofDtMMtrh has been for a long time divided into bailiufieig, the adminis- 
tration of which is entirely separated from the pudicial department ; but in the duckiet. 
which are also divided into oolliwidcs, the bailies are at once ministerial and judicial 
officers. In the following tabl^ the first column contains the names of the bailiwicks, and 
the second, the countries or islands in which thejr are situate. 



L KnrapoM or DmtAaB. 
CopcnlHnn. 
FnderidnxMS. 



goto. 

£'■•*?•, 

Bonlwlffl. 

Bfwiba 

GdaoM. 

BTWidbOlllf* 

Hloring. 

AMkkk. 

Thlite£ 

TDmmv. 

Randan. 

AtttaanSi 

Bkandacboti; 

y«Ue. 

btaf. 



Van*. 



CKMlQip« 



Tondem. 

Apflnndeand 1 

jj^vpinkkNtar. i 

HadonleT. 

Uyttan ud StalidlKriin. 

nd tinted. J 



and SuDKWi 



Bonholm. 

Faiiter and iMknd. 

FjrHi. 

Ken and Tanioland. 

Karth itaOaai. 



FanaUandi. 



Biilhrteki. 



JEra« 
Noidbois> 
Bondwtwig. 
FaoufHia 

8«panto UiMeti "> 
of BclMt ntoijto c 

DitmaiB. 
Bcndibuig. 



FInnebeif. 



RbetnlMel^ Tilttan, 7 

and TNBMlmttaL j 
R«thviidi.IUInSdd,7 

andTmnndaL J 
SegabaqK* 
Nernnmwtf. 
Floan and Annibioek. 
BordMhotan. Kiel, \ 

and Kronoagen. / 
Cimar. 
Bepaiato DIiMoto 

ofFneUtfto. 
RatasboiK. 
Laoenbuig. 
Stdnliont. 
Sdnvanenbog. 
Sapante Db&fet 

ofModn. 



} 



} 



OovbMm— IdMidi. 



JBroUand. 
AtaUand. 



FflmofD. 
Schlenrlg. 
HdiMn. 



Laoenbuig. 



PRINCIPAL TOWNS, WITH Titt&lR POPULATION. 



COPBMHAOBN, 

Altona, 

Aalboxg, 

Odenae, 

Sdileswlg, . 

Tonningen, 

Bendflbtii^ 

Kid, 

Ebinore, 



120,000 
27,000 
9,000 
7,000 
16,000 
8,000 
4,000 
8,000 
8,000 
7,000 



4^i?u® following is a general summary of the population of the kingdom, as 
1st February I860* 



at 



Zealand, Moen, and Samaoe, 
Fonen, Lanseland, and Thaaainge, 
Laaland and Falflter, 
North Jutland, . . 

Bomhohn, ... 



508,460 
187,818 

79,017 
604,525 

27,927 



Sohksswig, *>•..•( 
Faroe Iduidii, . . . • 



• • 



Fowneit PossBsnom — 
Iceland, 



Nioobar Islands (about) 

Total Population of the Ifonaid^, 



863.000 
9,364 
.6,486 
8,160 



1,407,747 



897,000 



„ , . .... 60,000 

uTeeniand, . . . . . . . 9,400 

^•Uands^ Suite Qns, St ThomaB, and St John, West Indies 39.614 

• • • . 5,000 



114,014 



2,418,761 



r i 



A . 



)h onginally 
ranks as a 

;he adminis- 
the duekiei. 
and judicial 
liwicks, and 



IT. EaruiUBVKA. 
99. BitftOos . 
83. OMent 

V. AimAurfU. 
94. SeTill* 
98. Hnelva 
98. OidU 
97. CofdOTA 
98LJMn 






1 ISI 


888.188 
864.988 

V 490.000 

18S8.446 

848.90t 
807.410 


JU. UUIPUDOOA. 

48. Atot» . , 
.46. VlMi3Bl(Bta0iaf) 
4U. OuipuMM 

xn. Majoma. 

48. Vakim, Mlnon^Ivlfa, 

TornNDtam. so. 
40.TImOhih7U»» 


814 

rA 

488 
1.888 

9.488 


8i.a»7 

180,000 
141.762 

888.000 

887,719 


187.888 


1M16^» 



■ Mmt ffMififc "f~» "« «P«"** fawiMli—iitfy With tor «. bother wMch lettew I»t« emrtly Uw laiig jound ; both 
ZBrnMrnKTm^ndhWi^^ to the 1011116 of the twia tettoia in fitglUi. FOr Muiple- 



I^^iiA totethoMM^PK^a^kSoo is the' Mine. vhi. Meh'hloi Tiooh-hmyo. Hhtoene^ Ot 

KSto elk TtaettoMfauSi have akoaletter which thagr oU^ 
Msditidhn. The6oSSeJlliatooliqnld,liketEeIttfinpi. 

Ck>LOiriKS AMD FoBiioif PoflSBSSioifS.— These have dwindled aw»y,tin only a few scattered idanda 
In dUferent parts of tiie worid are all that now remain to the Qneen of I^Ndn and n» IitDias. In tha 
WAT IitOT^the Islands of Cuba ana Port-Bko oontun an area of 85,400 square geogn^sal miles, 
and a pmradation of 1,000,000. In Asu, the Spaniards possess Zrseoii, and some of the smaller PAtflo- 
pine MkdAs. with part of Mindanao and Paragoa and the Mariemn* Islands. In Avanuj the 
SpaiUards possess Centa, opposite Gibraltar, and the PrMidio$ oS Penon-de-VdM, Alhtuunum, toid 
MavSaf on the coast of Barbary ; and the Canary Iiland$, in the AUantie. 

STATISTICAL TABLE OF THE PORTUGUESE DOMINIONS. 



'■Mm 



120,000 
27,000 
9,000 
7,000 
16,000 
8,000 
4,000 
8,000 
8,000 
7,000 

(dom, as at 



508,460 
187,818 

79,017 
604,525 

27,927 

,407,747 



897,000 



114,014 
;418,761 



I. Eoaora. 

Tm-oe-Montai . 
Upper Beb» 1 
LomBeimJ 

Aleni*ti|)o • • • 

Alfwa . 

Afone • • . 

n. AnucA, 
MsdetaaaiMlFoiiotlitaito . 


Am In 
SMarn- 


tnlMU 


Cape Verd Idands 

Coaat of Guinea 

An(ohi 

Moiambiqae . 

HI. Aau. 

«.«.. ornUaadTlaMr 
«.M oTMaoMN 

1 


AlMlB 

Sqeaw 
OMgn* 


biiMl. 


8016 
3068 

6480 

6087 

7740 

1884 

908 


''SoSSo 

9B9L088 
»^M0 
788JI70 
876.860 
130.818 
814.800 


9^884 

818 

988.000 

916.000 
886 


80.000 

10,000 

400^000 

880,610 

16.000 


458^886 


809.610 

881,790 

918.AI0 

4.800 


88.464 
986 


8.6Mk800 
11M80 


603.080 



TURKEY, OR OTTOMAN EMPIRE. 

Ths Ottoiuii Emfisb, in its present diminished state, still comprehends a portion of 
the three divisions of the old world. In Europe, it indiides RumeliOf or the oonlitries 
lying between the Danube and the'frontier of Greece ; in Asia, it includes Atit^-Miiwr, a 
portion of ArmeniOt SMa^ Hedja$t and the countries watered by the Ei^rateBsaxd T^ri$s 
and in Africa, 2Vijm>/« and Barca, which are aill under the absoluto soyereignty of the 
PadUkahf or Emperor. Besides these, J^gj^^ tiibugh poasessed by a sovereign I^ha, 
is still considered as a part of the Empire. Of the .superficial area of this wide q>read 
Empire, no proper estimate can be made ; inasmuch as the African and Asiatic por- 
tions of it extend into sandy deserts, where they hare no determinate boundaries. Its 
extreme limits, however, the north-western, and the south-eastern, are nearly 2000 miles 
asunder; and the breadth of the Empire streiohes through 26** of lat., or about 1700 
miles. It is scarcely possible to form an estimate of the population ; if known to the 
officers of ffovernment, they do not think proper to publisn it; and all that «m be 
affirmed of it is, that it is very thinly scattered, and thai the bulk of the inhabitaats are 
every where sunk in the lowest state of ignorance and poverty. The Ottoman Turks are 
a branch of the great Toorkee family from Central Asia ; but thtir proper designation is 
OsMAiaKB or OTHMAiaxB, so called from Osman or Othman, the founder of thr Empire, 
and the ancestor of the Imperial Family. Their total number is believed not to exceed 
4,000,000 ; the rest of the population of the Empire oonsists of QrMks, Ambs, Anaenians, 
Turkomans, Kurdes^ Druses, Maronites, Jews, &e. 



yy* 



m 



■:J, 



^^mm 



«^^ 



* Tbta to tiM oM Am^ •pdUng of PMka, or, M Um FraneU caU tt, Paeta. 

KINGDOM OP HELLAS, OR GREECE. 

This kinsdom fonoM the Bonth-eastern extremity of Rnrope, and is nearly peninsular, 
being bounded on three sides hj the Archipelago ana the Mediterranean Sea. Its greatest 
length, from north to south, is about 172 miles, and the greatest breadth of its continental 
portioii about 160 ; eomprising an area of about 14,000 square geographical miles. It 
eompriaes the aneittnt Peloponnesus or Morea ; the Turkish province of LiTadia, and part 
of those of CariilU and Lepanto, or Eastern and Western Hellas ; Eubea, or Negropont ; 
the Cyelades, and apart of the Sporades, or MctUtered islands of the Arehipeiago. Greece 
formed part of the Turkish empire till 1821, when the people revolted. After a long and 
severe struggle they succeeded, with the assistance of the European powers, in achieving 
their independence. In 1832, the country was formed into the new kingdom of Hellas, 
and Otho» a son of the king of Bavaria, appointed king. Cfreeee is only the Western- 
European name of the country. The natives call it Helhs, and themselves Hellenes. 

The population of the kingdom, according to the latest auuuuiiU, umuunts to 1,032,900, distributed 
thus:— ^ 

Hellaa promr, formeriy Livadia, ..... 257,000 

Island of Eubea, fonnerly Negropont, . 70,000 

Pelopranems, or Mores, ... 630,000 

The apomdei^ or scattered iaUndfl, .... 55,100 

TheC^daden^ 120,800 

1,032,900 

The kingdom has been divided into ahirea, or departments, of which Hellas proper contains 9 ; 
Bobea, 2 ; Pek>pomMsa% 14 ; and the CVdades, 4 ; viz., 

I. Hbllas:— Attiea, Thebes, Beotia, ThthiotiB, Phods, Eoritania, Tiichonia, Acaraania, Etolia. 

II. EvaBA: — Eubea, KarystoB. 

I II. PKLOPOimBsus : — Alalia, Corinth, Hydra, Adiaia, Qyllentf, Elin, Triphyllia, Pylia, Measenia, 
Mantinea, Gortyma, Cymiria, Laoedemon, Laoonia. 

lY. Ctcladbs : — Tinos^ Syros, Naxos, Meloe, Thera. 

UNITED STATES OF THE IONIAN ISLANDS. 

Thbb States consist of the islands of Corfu, Paxo, Antipaxo, Fano, Santa Maura, 
Thei^i, Cephalonia, Zante, Cerigo^ and Ceriffotto, with several jbher islets and rocks, 
lying along the western and southern coasts of Turkey and Greece. They were formerly 
a portion of the foreign possessions of Venice ; but, after the downfall of that ancient 
repubUe, thev came into the possession of the French, who were, in turn, expelled by the 
British ; ancl, by the peace of Paris, in 1814, the loniaa Islands were left in possession of 
the latter. They form a sort of Republic, or rather what has been called a Constitutional 
Monarchy, the supreme authority being vested in a Senate, and a Lord High Commis- 
sioner, appointed by the Queen of Great Britain, and representing her as Sovereign. The 
fortresses are garrisoned by ^litish troops ; and the city of Corfu, in the island of that 
name, is the seat of government. The population, in 1844, amounted to 219,797. 

ASIA. 

Asia is situate entirely in the Northern Hemisphere, between 1** and 77** N. lat., and 
26^ and 170** E. long. ; and forms one continuous mass of land, the greatest length of 
witieh, from Suez to ^hrins's Strait, is about 7370 geogmphical miles ; and the breadth 
from Cape Comorin, in India, to Cape Taimura, in Siberia^ about 4320. The superficial 
area is estimated at upwards, of 12.000,000 square geo^phical, or 16,000,000 square 
English miles. Asia is oounded on the north, by the Arctic Ocean ; on the east and south- 
east, by the Pacific ; on the south, by the Indian Ocean ; and on the west, by the Urals, 
Caspian Sea, Caucasus^ BhMk Sea, Archipelago, Mediterranean Sea, Isthmus of Suez, and 
RedSea. 

POLITICAL DIVISIONS. 

Ottomaw EMnBB, eomprising AHa-Minor and Syria, with part of ArmeniOf and the 
countries watered by the Euphrates and Tigris, or the ancient Attyria, Babjflonia, and 
iJhaldma, -^ChiefTomu: Smyrna, Kutahya, Erzroum, Autiocb, Aleppo, Damascus, Jeru- 
•alem, ^ighdad, Bussrah. 



tne soutn, by ti 
which scpurate 
Negrais ; mid < 
Kon, near Cab 
protruding spn 
with partial ex 
more or less co 
square miles. 

India has n 
of administrative 
and Kengraphical 
sary illustration o 
and tlie great cha 
Tub Hills. No 
Jylum ; the distri 
and Bootan, or tl 
WATERS,) is the 
Gurrah, Beeas, a 
ing ncmtifi the be 
3. Rajpootana, < 
middle space hei\ 
southwards to tin 
from the Hills, tl 
or provinces of 1 
B^Ueund, Doab, 
mapootra, interac 
a table-land, supi 
sea, and slopins t 
Ounbay, inclndin 
Cutch and the Gi 
the Runn and th< 
DuKKHim, exten 
south : comprisii 
Bedett Nandere, 
the Bombay Pre* 
western bwder < 
respectively Pat: 
tlie low maritime 
comprehending tl 
12. Malabar, a 
the north-west of 
bar. 13. Canas 
strip extending n 
Aurungabad and 
region, between 1 
Oundwana, but « 
sea-coast. The t 
since it was acqu 
Bralimaputra, to 
of Bengal} betwe* 

The politu 
directly subjed 
the British gov 
on their part i 
grant to the lal 
the British go^ 
right of intern) 
mostly tributai 
bound to co-op 
Prinees, with 
supreme in the 
relations of am 
right to the lal 
sessions of fore 
tion of these vi 



• TiMflntorth 
tain |MM, or, ||en«n^ 
pMUt to the mounts 



IL 



cne soutn, Dy tue inditiii uceaii ; on tne cast, and soutn-eust, oy tne range oi muuniaiiia 
which separates Assam and Arraoau from the Binnan Empire, and terminates at Cape 
Negrois ; and on the west, by the Suleiman mountain^ wnioh extend from the Sufieid 
Kon, near Cabnl, to Una Af(»iri>e, and tiru coiinectuii, iic tfieir nynherii extremity with the 
protruding spurs of the iiiuialavati. The whole country within these extensive limits ii^ 
with partial exceptions, either directly governed by the British East India Company, or 
more or less connected with it as tributary or allied. The superficial area exceeds 1,200,000 
square miles. 

India has never formed one empire, and has therefore not been sabjeeted to anv general system 
of administrative divisions. Different parts of the country, however, have obtained certain popubur 
and geographical names, which are of fivquent occurrence, and must therefore be mentioned as a neces- 
sary illustration of the geography of the country. 1 . The mountainous region between the Sub-Himahiyaa 
and tlie great chain, has been called Nobthbum India, and the British portion is known familiaiiy as 
The Hills. Northern India comprises die beautiful valley of Ctukmere, drained by the River of 
Jylum ; the districts of Kunnawarf thrwat^Kiintaoon; the Kingdom of JfepmU; the temtonr otSUcim ; 
and Sootattf or tiie country of Deb llajah. 2. The Punjab or Punjaub Tthe countnr of the Fiva 
WATERS,) ia the region watered by the Indus and its great tributaries, tne Vehut, Qienab, Ravee, 
Gurrali, Beeas, and Sutlege. It is divided into two portions by the SeUt Ra»g«f a chain of hills extend- 
ing aerora the bed »f die Indus, and forming a table-land of considerable elevation on its northern side. 
3. Rajpootana, called also Rajwara and Rajahstan, (the country of the Rajpoots) occupies the 
middle space betwepti llie Indus and tlie Ganges, on both sides of the Aravulli mountains, and extends 
southwards to tiie Riinn. 4. Hinboobtan is the popubur name of the whole oonnttv which extends 
from the Hills, the Punjaub, and Ruiwara, to tiie frontiers of BensaJ, and ctmiprises the Mc^ul subahs 
or nrovinces of Delhi, Agra, AUahabadf Oude, and Bakar ; and the districts or regions of Hurrianee, 
BohUeundf Doab, and Bundelouitd. 6. Bengal, the alluvial pbun at the mouths of the GangeH and Brah- 
mapootra, intersected in all directions by their innumerable branches. 6. Malwah, or Central India, 
a table-Und, supported by the Vindhya and Aravulli mountains, about 2000 feet above the level of the 
sea, and sloping to the nortii-east. 7. Gmrat or Gvzeratb, the country on both sides of the Gulf of 
Cambay, including also the large peninsuU of Kattywar or Cattiwar, which lies between tiie Gulf of 
Cutch and the Gulf of Cambay. 8. Cotch or Kacb'h, a small peninsuU to the west of Gujrat, between 
the Runn and the sea. 9. Sinde, the region at the mouth of the Indus. 10. The Deccan, Dekkan, or 
DuKKHUN, extending from the Nerbuddah on the north, to the Kistnah and Tumbudrah rivers on the 
south : comprising the old Mogul provinces of KkandeUh, Berar, ^ttniii^aftad, Bejapoor or Vitiapoor, 
Beder, NatuUrtt and Hydrabad. The name, however, is now generally restricted to that province of 
the Bombay Preoidency of which Poonah is the cwital, and wTiich lies between the Ghauts and the 
western bcurder of tiie Nizam's territories. 11. The Carnatic, is divided into two regions, styled 
respectively Paten-quaut and Bala-qhact,* or the Lower and the Upner; the former comprehending 
tlie low maritime pUins along the coast ot Coromandel, from the Kistnan to Cape Comorin ; the Utter 
comprehending the elevated table-land between the Eastern and the Western Ghauts, including Mtsobe. 
12. Malabab, a long narrow strip between the Western Ghauts and the sea, extending 350 miles to 
the north-west of Ci^ Comorin, and induding Travancore, Cochin, and the British province of MaU- 
bar. 13. Canaaa, a simiUr strip, to the norUi of Malabar. 14. The Concan or Konkan, a simihur 
strip extending northward from Canara to Gujrat, and formerly included in the Mogul provinces of 
Aurungabad and Bejapoor. 15. Gvndwana and Omsba, a wild, and in some parts still unexi>lored, 
region, between Bengal, the Deccan, and Carnatic ; the maritime portion being Orissa, the inbnd 
Gundwana, but with no well defined boundwies between them, or in any other curectiob, except the 
sea-coast The south-western part of Orissa has been known by the name of the NoRTasRN Cibcabs, 
since it was acquired by the Presidency of Madras in the year 1766. 16. Assam, the valley of tiie 
Bralimaputra, to the north-east of Beng^. 17. Arbacan, a narrow strip of countiy, to the south-east 
of Bengal, between the Anapectomiou monntuns and the i 



The political divisions of India may be arranged into nine classes : — 1. Territories 
directly subject to the officers of the British East India Company ; 2. Princes, with whom 
the British government have treaties of alliance, offensive and defensive, who have a right 
on their part to elaim protection, external and internal, from the British government, and 
grant to the latter the right of interference in their internal affiiirs ; 3. Pnnoes with whom 
the British government have treaties of alliance, offensive and defensive, but without the 
right of internal interference, except when required by the princes themselves ; 4. Princes 
mostly tributary, who acknowledge the supremacy of the British government, and are 
bound to co-operate with them, but who are supreme rulers in their own dominions ; 6. 
Prinees, with promise of ^[uarantee and protection from the British government, but 
supreme in their own dominions ; 6. Prinees with whom the British government have 
relations of amity and friendship ; 7. Princes protected by the British government, with 
right to the latter to control their internal afliurs ; 8. Independent native states ; 9. Pos- 
sessions of foreign powers. The following table exhibits the estimated extent and popula- 
tion of these various territories : — 

• Th« flnt or theM luiinN limiflM lltemlljr, <• B«low Ihe dmms t" the other, <• Above th* puaet." Ghaut meaiwB bioihi* 
tnin pm, or, Renerally, nn nwendingor deeoending road or itur { but the mme ia OHiallv, tbough imptoperiy. sppUedbi Bimo> 
pevu to the mountaiiu tbenuelvet, wbieb an tmvtned bjr the (Aomm. 



i 



c 



10 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS 



II 

I 



L BRITISH TERRITORY. 

1. Pmidencjr of Fort- William, Bengal, — 

Government of Bengal, Bahar, and OriiM ; with Aaiam and Arraean, 

Government of Aira, or north>weetern provinces, with ceded dittricta i 

on the Nerbudoah, jce. ..... j 

2. Preaidency of Fort St George, Madras, .... 

3. Presidency of Bombay, ..... 

IL CLASS. 

• 
Padithah (king)of Oade, . . . . 

Rajah of Mysore, ....... 

Rajah of Berar or Nagpoor, ...... 

Rajah of Travaneore, ...... 

Rajah of Cochin, . ...... 

III. CLASS. 

TheNisam, orehiefof Hydrabad, ..... 

The Gnickowar, or chief of Baroda, in Gujrat, . . . 

IV. CLASS. 

Holkar Rajah of Indore, in Malwah, .... 

The Rajpoot princes of Ondipoor, Jeypoor, Joodpoor, Kotah, Bondi,) 
Alwar, Bikaneer, Jeysulmere, Kisnengurh, Bamwarra, Pertaub- > 
fturh, Dungarpoor, Keroli, Sirohi or Serowi, and others, . j 

The Rajah of Bhurtpoor, ...... 

TheNawaubofBhopal, ...... 

The Rao of Cutch or Kachli, 

The Rajahs of Dhar and Dewas, ..... 

The Rana of Dholpur, Barrce, and Rajah-kairah, 

The Rajah of Rewah, . . . I- « j, j f 

The Rajahs of Dhattea, Jhansi, and Terhi, &c. / "* Bundelcund, | 

The R^ of Sawuntwaree, in the Deccan, . . 



y. CLASS. 

Ameer Khan, chief of Tonk, Seronge, Nlmbhera, 

Ptetty Seikh, and other chieftains, afoDg the left bank of the Suttlegr, 

VI. CLASS. 
The Maharajah Scindia, in Central India, .... 

VIL CLASS. 

The Rajah of Sattara, ) . .. . ». t>- 
The Rajah of Kolapoor, /'*"*»"*« J'****"' 

VIIL CLAS& 

The kingdom of Lahore and Moultan, &c. (late Runjeet Sinirh's.) 
The Ameers of Sinde,* . . . . . . 

Bhawul Khan, chief of the Daoudputra, . .• ' . ' 

The kingdom of Nepani, ...... 

Bootan, or the country of the Deb-Rajah, (dependent on China,) 



Am In 
8quai«EiigUth 

MIlM. 



Eitlmatcd 
PopoUtlou. 



{ 



IX. CLASS. 

French possessions:— Pondicherry, Chandemagon, ice. 
Danish do. Serampore, Tranquebar, &c. 

Portuguese do. Goa, Diu, &c. 



181,182 

ld9,d»5 

121,982 
65,142 



60,000,000 

20,000,000 

1.5,000,000 
6,251,000 



507,701 



23.923 

27,999 

66,723 

4,574 

1.968 



88,884 
24,950 



4,245 

107,625 

1,946 

6,772 

7,396 

1,466 

1,626 

10,310 

16,173 

935 



1,633 
16,602 



32,944 



7,943 
3,184 



160,000 
40,000 
10,000 
36,000 
20,000 



500 

90 

2,500 

•1,217,682 



101,251,000 



2,392,.%0 

2.799,900 

5,672,300 

457,400 

198,600 



8,888,400 
2,495,000 



424,500 

10,762,500 

194,600 

677,200 

350,000 

146,600 

162.600 

1,OSI,000 

1,617,900 

98,500 



163.800 
1,660,200 



3,294,400 



794,300 
816,400 



4,000,000 
2,000,000 
500,000 
2,000,000 
1,000,000 



209,000 
'35,000 
500,000 

165,060,600 



Chinj 
and ffeen. 



Pe-cb 

Shan- 
Btian- 

Kiani 

Che-li 
Kianc 
Ho-n 

Hoa-( 

Fokie 
Quanj 
Qtuui) 
Yun-i 
Kwei- 
Betchi 
Bhen-i 
Kan-a 



iiftJ2l^J"21*21** •"'5' appfoitaiatlomi, and those of the popoUUon are ahnost entlreW eonlMtnni Th« n.ui. «r 
have l^en nlS^y foiling KhiTsSe p^^lSSSntTlSdtSi AmwS^fstale^vJwn ,!S!^w r^^^^ ^*'"?"' 



The ma 
and Ning-po 



Afric 
north, and 
The^%ate 
exceras fiO< 
is about 4( 
UfiOOfidO 

Africa 
and South 
from Cape 
be named 
NuUoy am 
Beraber,* 
Afrikiyehy 

2. Beled-1 
mountains 
Black Cou 
land.) Th 
Soudimf OT 
of the Joli 
of Kong ; 
and their 
where the' 
South 
AjenyZan^ 
coast ; an( 
The whole 
the last, 
Madaaasca 
and Porfo 
PrineipSf 

* Mm/hrti 
MogambMni i 
BML Jtridk 



EoTPl 



AL ATLAS. — STATISTICS. 



CHINA. 

China proper is dirided into eighteen provinces, which are subdivided into Fvo^CUw, 
and Been. The extent and population of these provinces are stated in the following table : 



PBOTIN0E9. 


ArwUi 

Sqaan 

Enf-MUM. 




OBIEV XOWH8. 


AtMhrti. 


BdtfiTK 


Pe-cbe-lee 

Shan-tung . 

8tian-ii .... 

Che>kiang . 

Kiang-d .... 

Ho-nau 

Hoa-quang {1^^.} 

Foklen .... 

Quang'tung 

Quang-ii 

Yun-nan 

Kwei-ohew 

Setehnen 

8hen-ii 7 . . 

Kan-Mib J . 

Total 


68,949 
65,104 
55.S68 

93,861 

30,150 

» 

144,770 

53,480 
79.456 
78,850 

107.969 
60.554 

166,8U0 

164.008 


87,990,874 

89,968,765 

14.004,210 

87.843,5017 

34,l68,059i 

86,856,784 

30,486,980 

19,174,030 

7.313.895 

6,561,380 

5.888,219 

81,435,678 

10,807,8567 

16,193,1955 


474 
445 
953 

774 
671 

429 
364 

318 

976 

849 

99 

61 

87 

188 

166 


Pwme. 

Td-nan-fbo. 

Tai-yuen-foo. 

Kiang-nan-foo, (NAn-iOHe.) 

Oan-Uilng. 

Hang-ehow-foo, Ning-jpo-too. 

Nan-obang-foo. 

Ho-uaikfloo. 

Woo-diang-roo. 

Cbang-dM-foo. 

Foo-«bew-foo. Amotf, aiin-ehaw. 

QuangHthew-fDo, (Canton.) 

Yoifiiaa-fDO. 

Kwei-jrang-foo. 

CUng-too-foo. 

Bt-ngao-foo. 

LM-chew-foo. 


1,897.909 


387.680,901 


983 


Fb-uno. 



The maritime dtiee opened to Guropeui oommeroe are Canton, Amoy, Fow-ebew-foo, l^uuig'haA, 
and Ning-po. 

AFRICA. 

Africa is situate in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, between 97* 20' 
north, and 34° 60' south latitude ; and between S\? 22' east, and 17** 32' west longitude. 
The greatest length from Cape Serrat, in Tunis, to Cape Lagulhas, its southern extremit^r, 
exceeds 6000 English miles ; and its greatest breadth, from Cape Verde to Cape Gardafui, 
is about 4800. The superficial area amounts to 8,902,000 square geographical, or nearly 
12,000,000 of square English miles. 

Africa is usually divided by geographers into two great sections, called North Africa 
and South Africa, separated by the Equator, or rather, perhaps, by a line drawn obliquely 
from Cape Gardafui to Biafra. North Africa comprehends two great regions, which may 
be named the Region of tub Nilb and Moohrbb ;* the former comprising Abyssinia, 
Nubia, and Egypt : :md the latter divided by the Arabs into four parts, viz. 1. Bsled-ul- 
Berabeb,* the country of the Berabers, or Barbart ; which is subdivided into Barka, 
Afrikiyehy (Tunis and Tripoli,) Moghr^A-ul-Ausai (the Middle-west, or Alters,) and 
lioghrdhul-Acksa, (the Far west, including Marocco, Fez, Tafilelt, and Sigilmessa ;) 
2. Bbled-ul-Jbrid,* (the Date-stick Country,) a long narrow tract between the Atlas 
mountains and the Desert ; 3. E»-Sabara, (the Desert And, 4. Bbled-bs-Soudan, (the 
Black Country, or the Country of the Blacks, called also oy Europeans Nigritia or Negro- 
land.) The last of these portions may be farther subdivided into tour parts : — 1. Eastern 
Sowkm, or the basin of the Tchad, and other great lakes ; 2. Western Soudan, or the basin 
of the Joliba-Quorra ; 3. Guinea, the maritime region between the sea and the mountains 
of Kon|^ ; and, 4. Senegafnbia, the countr]^ watered by the rivers Senegal and Gambia, 
and their branches. None of these divisions have any well defined boundaries^ except 
where they border upon the sea. 

South Africa comprehends Congo, Loango, Angola, und Benguela, on the west coast ; 
Ajen, Zangu^r or Zanzibar, Moeambico, Smila, and Caffiraria or Kaffsrland, on the east 
coast ; and the CoUmy of ike Cape of Good Hope, or Souik Africa, at the southern extremity. 
The whole of the interior is unknown, and none of the countries above mentioned, except 
the last, have definite boundaries. To these divisions may be added the inlands, viz., 
MadtMosear, Bourbon, Mauritius, Comoro, Socotra^ and others, on the east coast ; Madeira 
and Porto Santo, the Canary Islands, Cape Verd Islands, St Selena, Ascension, I^<mdo^, 
Principe, St Thomas, and Annobon, on the west. 

♦ ^»r* ilgnlfl«itho Wertjmiaa the people of Western AfHca an eaUed by tbe Baitem Anbe MtuMbbu or 

srS:f.i*t&2S?rti^w^ "«- w«»«.-Betod.Brti.d.3KSXi. 

EGYPT. 

EoTPr is situate in the north-eastern corner of Africa, and in the lower part of 



Ki 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. — ST 



AMERICA. 

Tbi eontinent of Ameri«a •xtendi from the Mth deffree of louth latitude to the 7l8t 
degree of north latitude ; its extreme length, from the Straits of Bfagellan to Bc^hring's 
Stmits, being 10,M0 English miles. Beyond these limits, the islands of Tierra del Fuego 
extendb one degree farther south : andT, on the North-east, Greenland and the Arctic 
Islands, have been traeed to 78" of latitude. The extent of the continent, and the islands 
eonneeted with it, is estimated as follows : — 

North America, 7,400,000 

South Amerioa, 6,300,000 

West Indiei, Tierra Del Fuego, and islands in the east and west coasts, 150,000 

Greenland, and Aretie islands to the north of Hudson's Strait, . 900,000 

Square English Miles, 14,750,000 

NORTH AMERICA. 

NoBTR Amkkica lies between V* and 72* north latitude, and £5** and 168** west longi- 
tude. The greater part of it forms a compaet mass, but the outline of its coasts is exoeM- 
inglf Ineffttbur, and nearlv one-third of its entire lensth consists of a long narrow tract 
between the Atlantic ana the Facifie Oceans. The longest straight line which can be 
drawn overland, extends from Cape Lisbum, in Russian America, to Cape Florida, a dis- 
tance of 4200 miles ; but the length of a somewliat winding line, stretching from the 
Isthmus of PanimuL to the Aretie Ocean, west of Mackenzi^s river, falls littie short of 
6900. Its giestestoreadth, between 62*' and fi4o north latitude, is nearly 3000 miles ; 
while to the south of the 90th parallel it becomes gradually narrower, till at Panama it 
is not more than 30 miles aeroes. 

Although a large portion of North America is still occupied by the aboriginal tribes, 
and there are extensive tiiiets unfitted for the residence of civilized man, yet the whole 
continent has been, at least nominally, divided by lines of demarcation among certain 
European powers^ sod their colonists. 

1. IkmA America comprises Iceland, Greenland, and the iskmds of Santa Cruz, St 
Thomas, and St Jdlin, in the West Indies. 

2. ittuiian America consists of the north-western peninsula, with a strip of coast 
reaching to the most southerly point of Prince of Wales* Island. The only establishments, 
however, besides the capital, within this vast territory, are a few factories and forts of 
the Russian American ^r Company. The capital is New Arkhangel, on Sitka Island, a 
town with 1000 inhabitants. The company have also a fortified factory at Bodega, on 
the coast of California. 



3. Britiah Ai 
Basin and the Un 
the United State 
parallel of north 
from Vancouver's 
into Hudson's Ba 
New Brunswick, 
Edward, Anticost 
in Central Amerii 

4. The Unitei 
extending from t 
which was lately 

6. The Bepui 
States. 

6. TheBepul 
narrow tract betw 
territory is yet a 

7. T^B^ 
Domingo. 

8. Spanith A 

9. iVench Nc 
Gulf of St Lawrei 
Indies. 

10. Dutch Nt 
of St Martin in t1 

11. Swedish . 
West Indies. 

* FortMavaijrswh 
M Um ustionsl smmUsUi 



UNITI 

The confed 
district. Since 
viz. : Florida, 1 
Minesota, Utah 



Total Populatici 




,fa 



Msiae, 
New Hsmpdure, 
Vermont, 
lfmneha«tt% . 
Rhode bland, 
Cooaoetieut, . 
New York, 
New Jcfiejr, 
PeoMjrlvaaia, 
Delaware^ 
Btaryland, . 
Viigiaia, . 

North Osrolina, 
South Guolina, 
Georgia, . 



BfiMiseipin, 



Teni 
Kento^, 

ladiaos, 

Illiaois, 

IfiMoari, 

BfiehigSD, 

AAanw 

^tiUlsb 



35.000 

9,490 

10.000 

7,600 

1.225 

4,764 

48.000 

7,276 

46.000 

2.100 

18.500 

70.000 

60,000 

83,000 

62,000 

60^000 

46,500 

48,500 

45.000 

40.500 

45,000 

86,000 

54,000 

68,000 

58,000 

54.000 

55,000 



96,540 
141,899 

85,416 
878,717 

69,110 
238,141 
340,120 
184,139 
434,373 

59,099 
819,728 
748.308 
893,751 
849.073 

88A48 



85,791 
78,077 



151.719 
;83.763 
154.465 
423,245 

69.122 
251,002 
586.756 
211.949 
602.365 

64,278 
341,548 
880.200 
478,103 
845,601 
162,101 

8350 

105,602 

220.955 

45.365 

4375 



2-28 705 

214,860 

217,713 

472.040 

77,031 

262,042 

959.949 

249,555 

810.091 

72,674 

330,546 

974322 

555,500 

415.115 

852,483 

80345 

40,852 

76,566 

261,727 

406,511 

230,760 

24390 

12,286 

20,845 

4,762 



\m- 


U90L 


- 
ISM. 


1850. leou. 


29a.8U5 


899.955 


501,973 


1 
588,018 ; 


244,161 


269.328 


284,574 


817,999 ' 8 


235.764 


280.652 


291,948 


814,822 


523,287 


610,408 


737,699 


994,665 1 


») ,050 


97,199 


108,830 


147,648 381 


275,202 


297,665 


309,978 


871,947 961 


1372.612 


1,918,608 


2,428,921 


8,098,818 20,343 


277,676 


3-20,823 


873,300 


489,381 12,422 


1,049.468 


1,348,233 


1,V24.033 


2,814,897 1.706 


72,749 


76.748 


78,085 


90,407 6,158 


407,350 


447,040 


470.019 


575,150 105,6d£ 


1,066,379 


1,211,405 


1,239.797 


1,424,868 346,796 


638,829 


737,9^7 


763,419 


868,870 13.«,29e 


602,741 


681,186 


594.898 


668,247 


146,151 


340.967 


616.823 


691392 


88?,726 


59,404 


127.901 


309327 


590,756 


7/9,001 


( 


76,4x8 


186,621 


375,651 


605,488 


3,4» 


163,407 


215,799 


352,41! 


628,094 


< 


422,818 


681,904 


82P.2I0 


1,006,213 


13,68< 


664317 


OP?,!?!' 


7}9.828 


998,844 


4,03' 


581,484 


967,908 


1319,467 


^55^2^2 


( 


147,178 


848381 


666.866 


990,258 


13i 


65,211 


157,455 


476,183 


855,884 


— 


66386 


140,445 


883,702 


682,907 


— 


8,896 


31,639 


212.267 


402,041 


— 


14,273 


80.388 


97,674 


198,796 


— 


— 


34,730 


64,477 


89,469 


^^ 



TLAS. — STATISTICS. 



11 



a. British America eomprisM all that immense region which lies between the Poiar 
Basin and the United States. The boundary between the territories of Great Britain and 
the United States, is, by the convention of 1846, continued westward along the 49tb 
parallel of north latitude to the middle of the channel which separates the continent 
from Vancouver's Island, and by the Straits of Fnca. The British territory is divided 
into Hudson*s Bay and North-western territory, Labrador, Upper Canada, Lower Canada, 
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, Prince 
Edward, Anticosti, Bermudas, and Bahamas ; several West India Islands, and Honduras 
in Central America. 

4. The UnUed Staiet of North Anteriea occupy the middle region of the continent, 
extending from the Atlantic to the PaciAo. It also comprehends that large territory 
which was lately the republic of Texas. 

5. The R^ublie of Mexico occupies the peninsular reigion south-west of the United 
States. 

6. The BepiMie of Ouatimala^ or United States of Central America, occupies the long 
narrow tract between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The greater part of the 
territory is yet a wiMerness. 

7. The Republic cfHayti, comprising the island formerly named Hispaniola and San- 
Domingo. 

8. ^^nish Ameri'xt, now consisting only of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rieo. 

9. French North America comprehends^ the islands of St Pierre and Miquelon in the 
Gulf of St Lawrence, and Guadalupe and Martinique, with their dependencies in the West 
Indies. 

10. Dutch North America comprehends the islands of St Eustatius, and Saba, and part 
of St Martin in the West Indies. 

11. Swedish Ameriea, which is limited to the small island of St Bartholomew in the 
West Indies. 

* For this vary awkwududlndiaUnettm name, WMhlngton Irving has pnn^^ tubitltat* ^mufaeUa or JJl^iton/a 
■■ Um uuiMMd i^ipdlaUoo ; Uw latter. In ite Bn(^Wi fonn, AUtgkaiiii, Moma to be Uw pMbraUe name. 

UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA. 

The confederacy consists at present of thirty-one States, four territories, and ono 
district. Since the date of last census in 1840, the following States have been ad led 
viz.: Florida, Texas, California, Wisconsin, and Iowa ; and the territories .f Orezon! 
Minesota, Utah, and New Mexico. ^ 





1 




SUt« PopaUthMb 






SmU ofGoTaraninit. 


DUUnw from 








1 




1 




m. 


1830. 


ieo«. 


1610. 


ISMi 


lent 


18M. 




WakbiuKtuu. 


H,973 


688,018 , 





G 





f 



AuglUtli, . 


595 mile*. 


M,674 


817,999 ' 


8 











1 


Concord, . 


474 


)1,048 


814,822 

















Montpelier, 


524 


7,699 


994,666 1 

















Boatnn, 


432 


>8,830 


147,648 


381 


103 


48 


17 


5 


Providence and Newport, 


394,403 


»9,978 


871,947 , 


961 


310 


97 


26 


17 


Hartford and Newhaven, 


836.801 


!8,92I 


8,098,818 


20,.343 


16,017 


'0,088 


76 


4 


Albany, 


376 


3,a06 


489,381 


12,42>i 


10,861 


7,667 


2,254 


674 


Trenton, . 


166 


!4,033 


2,814,897 


1.706 


795 


211 


403 


64 


Harriabuif, 


no 


ti,085 


90,407 


6,133 


4,177 


4.509 


3.292 


2,605 


Dover, 


114 


ro,oi9 


676,160 


105,636 


111.502 


107.398 


102,294 


89,737 


Annapolis, 


87 


©,797 


1,424,868 


346,796 


392,518 


425.153 


469,787 


448,98'' 


Richmond, . 


122 


•3,419 


868,870 


iaV't96 


168,824 


205,017 


246,601 


245.817 


Raleigh, 


286 


M.396 


668,247 


146,151 


196,365 


258,476 


316,401 


827,088 


G>luinbia, 


600 


M^Oi 


88?,726 


69,404 


105,218 


149,666 


217.531 


280.944 


MiUedgevUle, 


642 


)0,756 


7/9,001 





— 


41,879 


117,641 


253,632 


TuBcatooaa, 


858 


f5,65l 


605,488 


3,480 


17,088 


32.814 


66,669 


195,211 


Jackaon, . 


10S6 


>2.4>! 


628,094 





84,660 


69,064 


109,688 


168,462 


NewOrleana, . 


1203 


!P,2I0 


1,006,218 


13.684 


44535 


80.107 


141,603 


183,060 


Nadiville, 


714 


9.628 


998,844 


4,034 


80,561 


126,732 


166,218 


182,258 


Frankfort, 


561 


9,467 


1,981,940 





_ 


— 





3 


CohimbuB, 


S96 


16,866 


990,268 


135 


237 


190 





S 


Indianapdia, 


673 


6,183 


866,884 


^m 


168 


917 


747 


331 


Vandalia, 


781 


8,702 


682,907 


_ 


8,011 


10.222 


26.081 


68,240 


Jeffisnon City, . 


980 


2.267 


402,041 


_ 


34 


_ 


83 





Detroit, 


526 


7,674 


198,796 


f^^ 


_ 


1,617 


4676 


19,935 


Little Rock, 


1068 


4,477 


89,469 


_ 


__ 


_- 


16,601 


25,717 


TaUahaMee, 


696 


mil 


^onjOjaft 






^^j^^^ 


^^^H 







The Rajah of SaXtan, \ t^^v • jv- 
The Rajah of KoUpoor, / •~*'' "* "* 



Deccaii, 



{ 



VIIL CLASa 



The kingdom of Lahore and Moultan, &e. (late Runjeet Singh'i,) 
The Ameera of Sinde, *..••• 
Bhawul Khan, chief of the Daoudputra, 
The kingdom of Nepani, . . ^ • , • --.* . 

Bootan, or the country of the Deb-Rajah, (dependent on Chma,) 



IX. CLASS. 

French poaMmona:— Pondicheny, Chanderoagore, &c. 
Danish do. Serampore, Tranquebar, &c. 

Portuguese do. Ooa, Diu, &c. . 



7,943 
3.184 


794,300 
316,400 


160,000 
40,000 
10,000 
36,000 
20,000 


4,000,000 
2,000,000 
500,000 
2^)00,000 
1,000,000 


600 

90 

2,500 


209,000 

35,000 

500,000 


•1,2*7,632 


165,089,500 



• Theie nnmben an only appnaimatioM, and thoM of the popniatlon are almost entirely conjectural. The Rajah of 
Myion has. for some yean, been suspended fhun bis regal fbnctlons on account of Dii«oveniment, and Ills states adminls* 
lered by anagent or commiarioner of the Madras Presl«fincy. The Ris}ahs of Sattara and Sawuntw.iree, and some others, 
biive been nearly blllng into the same predicament ; and the Ameers of Sinde have been recently (1843) deposed, and their 
domtailons, except tlut of Khyrpoor, haYC now become a British proTince. Itaoudputra has also been recoitiy added to the 
Ust of protected states. Lahore has been divided into the two sutes of Lahore and Jamoo, the latter politically 
dependant on the British Empire, and the former, directly suhiecb 

DEPENDENCIES OF BRITISH INDIA. 

CartON. — This magnifioent island, ** the gem of the Eastern seas," as it has been called, is sitnate 
near the souihem extremity of the Cunatic, and separated from it by the Strait of Manaar, the navi- 
gation of which is completely obstmeted by Adam's Bridge, a ridge of rock and sand which extends 
across it. The greatest length of Ceylon is about 270 miles from north to south ; the greatest breadth 
from east to west, about 140 ; the superficial area is about 25,000 square miles. The popub- 
tion, according to tlie census of 1836, amounted to 1,098,828. The interior of the isUnd is formed of 
ranges of elevated table-land and lofty mountains, while nearly all round the coast there is a broad belt 
of nch alluvial soil, well watered by numerous streams. Ceylon is completely under the influence of 
tlie monsoons ; the nortii-east prevailing from November to February, and we south-west from April 
to September, the intervening months having variable winds or calms. The eastern side of the isluid, 
is generally hot and dry, the western temperate and humid, and the climate of the southern coast is 
more congenial to Europeans than, perhaps, any part of the continent of India. In Ceylon, as in India, 
they have taJcen advantage of the interior highlands to form delightfully cool and invigorating retreats. 
Ceylon is entirely a crown colony, unconnected with the East India Comimny, thegovemor and officerit 
of government being appointed directiy by the sovereign of Great Britain. The revenue, in 1836, 
amounted to L.400,533, and the civil and military expenditure to L.325,275. For several years every 
thine in the island has experienced the most rapid and beneficial improvement ; excellent roads, as 
good as the best in Britain, have been formed to facilitate oc^munication ; and Ceylon promises to be, 
at no distant date, one of the most splendid possessions of the crown. 

Pclo-Fenano,* or Pinang, (officially Prince of Wales Island,; is utuate two miles off the western 
coast of the Malayan peninsula, between 5° 15' and S° 29' N. lat, and 100° E. long., and forms an 
irregular four-dded area of 160 square miles, with a group of lofty hills in the centre. Connected with 
Penang there is, on the oppodte nuunland, a territory called Wblleslbt Pbovince, extending 85 miles 
along ue coast and four inJand. The total population of the two settiemonts amounted, in 1828. to 
60,153. ' 

The dty of Malacca, situate on the south-west coast of the peninsuh^ in lat. 29 14' N. b the oapital 
of a territory extending 40 miles along the shore and 30 inland, conUuning, however, only about 800 
square miles, and a population of 34,333. At the southern extremity of the peninsula is the small 
isUnd of SiNCAPoas, or Sinoaporb, contuning an area of 270 square miles, where a settiement was 
formed in 1818, and has since risen to a considerable deoree of importance as an entrepot for the trade 
of the eastern isbnds. Popubtion in 1834, 26,349, of whom only 130 were whites, the rest beuig 
Mabi^ Chinese, and natives of the other eastern countries. 

The provinces of Martabak, Rb or Yb, Tavot, and Mbrgui, to the south-east of the Birman 
Empire, were acquired from the Birmans in 1826, and comprise an area of about 32,800 square miles, 
with a very scanty popubtion, scarcely exoeedins 50,000 souls. The principal town b Monlmein, 
Maulmainf Modmtn, or Maulcmyaingf a very thnvine settlement on the south or left bank of tiie 
Saluen River, opporite Martaban, the frontier town of Birmah. 

Penang, Malacca, Sincapore, the island of Labuan, on the north-west coast of Borneo, and tiie 
Birmon provmces, are pohtical dependencies of the Government of British India. 

. . •^"'iL^^I^'i '*'*'• V*^ *« thb »* "Mny other names in the East Indian Areliipelaao. to the eommon M.i.» ».»i »«. 



-^ -'■ 



■M 



794,800 
318,400 



4,000,000 
2,000,000 
600,000 
2,000,000 
1,000,000 



209,000 

85,000 

600,000 



166,089,600 



t1. The RiOah of 
liti states adminiv 
and some others, 
deposed, and their 
lently added to the 
(latter poUtlcally 



called, is aitoate 
uiaar, the navi- 
i which extends 
pwatest breadth 
I. The popuU- 
ind is formed of 
e is a broad belt 
the influence of 
west from April 
le of the isluid, 
>uthem coast is 
frlon^asinlndia, 
orating retreats, 
norandoffioerj 
ivenue, in 1836, 
)ral years every 
ellent roads, as 
promises to be, 

9 off the western 
;., and forms an 
Connected with 
ending 85 miles 
ted, in 1828, to 

N. is the capital 
only about 800 
ila is the small 
settlement was 
lot for the trade 
I, the rest being 

of the Birman 

10 square miles, 
1 is Moutmeinf 
»ft bank of the 

tomeo, and the 



m Malay word for 
me resemblance to 



land.) The last of these portions may be farther subdivided into four parts : — 1. Eastern 
Soudan, or the basin of the Tchad, and other great lakes ; 2. Wettem Soudan, or the basin 
of the Joliba-Quorra ; 3. Guinea, the maritime region between the sea and the mountains 
of Kong ; and, 4. Senegambia, the country watered by the rivers Senegal and Gambia, 
and their branches. None of these divisions hare any well defined boundaries, except 
where they border upon the sea. 

South Africa comprehends Congo, Loango, Angola, and Benguela, on the west coast ; 
Akn, Zanguebar or Zanzibar, MoganMco, Svfala, and Caffiraria or KafferUmd, on the east 
coast ; and the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, or South Africa, at the southern extremity. 
The whole of the interior is unlcnown, and none of the countries above mentioned, except 
the last, have definite boundaries. To these divisions may be added the islands, tIz., 
Madagascar, Bourbon, Mauritius, Comora, Socotra, and others, on the east coast ; Madeira 
and Porto Santo, the Canary Islands, Cape Verd Islands, St Helena, Ascension, Fernando^, 
Principe, St Thomas, and Anndbon, on tne west. 



M^ 
Bl 




iple of Western AMca are called by the Eastern Araba Mo&krMnt or 
<d is variously expressed in Roman letters.— Beled, Belled, Bilad, Blsd, 
date tree, used as JaTelina. 



EGYPT. 

EoTFT is situate in the north-eastern comer of Africa, and in the lower part of thtf 
region of the Nile ; but of the large area of 160,000 square miles comprised within its 
nominal limits, little more than a tenth part is occupied by cultivated soil, the remainder 
consisting of salt-marshes, sandy plains, and rocky and barren mountains. The cultivable 
lands of Egypt consist of the lon^ narrow valley of the Nile, which extends more than 
fiOO miles along the course of the river, with a breadth varyinff from two miles and a half 
to ten ; and a lai^e triangular plain, measuring about 150 miles along the sea-coast, and 
about 100 inland, to the point where it joins the valley. Besides these there is likewise 
the province of Faioum, which is watered by a branch of the Nile, and comprises about 
340 square milt's. 

The inhabitants may be classed as Arabs, Copts, Turks, Syrians, Jews, Greeks, 
Armenians, Franks, and other foreigners. The Arabs form the great body of the people ; 
the Copts are the reputed descendants of the ancient native h^gup^oi or Egvptians ; and 
the Turks are the dominant race. The numbers of each class are nearly as follows : — 



Arabs, . . . 

Copts, . « 

Turks, 

Syrians, . . . 

Greeks, . . . 

Armenians, . . 

Jews, 

Franks and other foreigners, 



1,750,000 

150,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5,000 

2,000 

5,000 

70,000 

1,927,000 



SOUTH AFRICA, CAPELAND, OR CAPE COLONY. 

This territory is situate at the southern extremity of JK^rica. It was originally po»* 
sessed by the Hottentots and Caffres. In the seventeenth century it was colonized oy the 
Dutch, and, in 1806, was taken possession of by the British Government, and eonfirmed 
to Britain by the treaty of Vienna In 1816. The territory is divided into two provinces, 
named the Western and the Eastern ; and these are subdivided into districts, as statedin 
the following Table : — 



TfovlnoM. 



DiMtiets. 



Weatem. 



I 



Baalem. • 



Capetown, «M. 

Cape District, 

Btelienboscb,. 

Worcester,^ 

OlaawUliam, 

Bwellendam, 

Beaufort, 

Oeone. «M 

Coiesberg, 

Albany, «»,«. 

Somerset, ^ 

Orafl^ynet, 

Uitenhage, 



i»».WIW<»»< 



Atw in 

84. MllM. 



H 
s.flor 

3,880 
94,100 
18,011 

9,000 
90,000 

4,64A 

\m 

7.168 

99,000 

9.000 



r«>I>atotu.n . . . ^.ulktiaa. 



14.041 
8,970 
7.190 
6.09a 
7,000 

13,848 
9,916 
3.676 
9.100 

11,«I0 

11,900 
7.«81 
4,638 



100.083 



»,7oa 

9JSSS 
3,488 
1.015 
3.314 
9.879 
4jj«17 

9S8 
1,780 
7,407 
6.381 



61.468 



TolBl 

Fopolatioa. 



19.743 

18,180 

17.884 

8,514 

8.015 

9i,8ae 
ijaos 

9,193 
9.100 
11.798 
13,600 
14.938 
11.019 



0hi«rxi»wMfc 



OapetowB. 

Biinon*stowB. 

Stellenbosch. 

Woroeeter. 

Clanwilliain. 

Bweliandam 

Beaufort. 

OeoMetown. 

Colesberg. 

Bathurst 

Somerset. 

Orafltreynel. 

Uitenhage. 



158,741 






. 



VennoBt, 
Mawichuwtti, . 
Rhode hlaod, 
CoaiMetiettt, . 
New York, 
New Jenay, . 
Pcnmjrlvanie, 
Drlawan^ 

Viigiaia, 

North OuoliiM, 

South Ouoliiu, 

Georgia, 

Ahbeau, 

MiMiMippi, 

Loaiiuna, , 

Tennewe ^ . 

Kentoekjr, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, . 

Illinois, , 

Miaouri, 

Bfiehigan, 

Arkainaa, 

Florida T. 

UnMontin T. . 

Iowa T. 
I New Mexico T. 
J Utah T. . 

California, . 
I Oregon T. 
lOimeaotaT. 
OiitrictofCdambia, 



} 



10,000 

7,600 

1,226 

4.764 

48,000 

7,276 

46.000 

2,100 

18,500 

70,000 

50^000 

33.000 

62,000 

50,000 

46,500 

48,500 

45.000 

40,500 

45,000 

86,000 

54,000 

68,000 

58,000 

54,000 

55,000 

270,000 

210,744 
187,923 
188,981 
841,468 
83,000 
68 



Mitf 
378,717 

69,110 
238,141 
340,120 
184,139 
434,373 

59,096 
819,728 
748,806 
808,751 
249,073 

82,548 



35,791 
73,077 



2,282,828 



8,919,829 



154,465 
423,*245 

69,122 
251,002 
586,756 
211.949 
602.365 

64,278 
341,548 
680,200 
476,103 
845,601 
162,101 

8,850 

105,602 

220.956 

45.365 

4.875 



217,713 

472,040 

77,031 

262,042 

969.949 

249,665 

810,091 

72,674 

380,546 

974,622 

555.600 

416.115 

252.433 

20.646 

40,362 

76.666 

261.727 

406.511 

230,760 

24,520 

12.282 

20.646 

4.762 



14.098 



5,805,941 



236,764 

523,287 

8 :) ,069 

276,202 

1,872.612 

277,676 

1,049.466 

72,749 

407,360 

1,065.379 

638.829 

602.741 

340.967 

127,901 

76.446 

163,407 

422.613 

564,317 

581,434 

147,178 

56,211 

66,586 

8,896 

14,273 



24,028 



7.265,559 



88,039 



9,688,191 



280.652 

610.406 

97.199 

297,665 

1,918,606 
320,623 

1,348,233 

76.746 

447.040 

1,211.405 
737.9S7 
681,186 
616.823 
309^627 
136,621 
216,739 
681,904 
687,917 
987,903 
843,081 
167,455 
140,446 
31,639 
80.386 
34,730 



89,868 



12,861,192 



291,048 
737,699 
106.830 
309,978 

2,428,921 
373,300 

l.'<24,013 

78,085 

470,019 

1,239,797 
763.419 
694.396 
691,302 
690,766 
376,651 
362,411 
829,210 
779.826 

1,619,467 

686.666 

476,183 

883,702 

212.267 

97.574 

64,477 

8(t,045 

4i.ll2 



43,712 



814,822 
994,666 
147,648 
871,947 

8,098,818 
489,881 

2,814,897 

90,407 

676,160 

1,424,868 
868.870 
668,247 
888,726 
779,001 
605,488 
528,094 

1,006,213 
998,844 

1,981,940 

990,258 

855,384 

682,907 

402,041 

198,796 

89,469 

805,588 

192,497 

61,694 

20,000 

214,000 

10,000 

6,077 

61,670 



G 



381 

95] 

20,MS 

12,42-J 

1.706 

6,16£ 

106,6d£ 

346,796 

l.'''..:96 

146,161 

69,404 

G 

3,46G 

(1 

13,564 

4,034 

€ 

13S 



17,069,458 23,!?47,884 



8,244 



856,782 



BRITISH AMERICA. 

Thb British dominions in North America are divided into the four provinces of 
Canada, New Bmnswick, Nova Sootia, Prince Edward's Island, and Newfoundland ; be- 
sides the Hudson's Bay and north-west territory, and the ^rmudas or Somers* Islands, 
in the Atlantic Ocean. To each of these provinces a constitution has been granted, 
founded on tlukt of the mother eountiy ; and each has a governor, or lieutenant-governor, 
a legidative council appointed by the Crown, and a house of commons or representatives 
chosen by the people. 



novmcM. 


Afwla 
BqpwnMUw. 


ISM). 


CHUSr TOWNS. 


Q^ fUwerOnada. . . 

N^TftllSr^'"^ • • • 

new BiuMwicn, .... 

Nova Scotia, 

Prince Edward's Uaad, 

Bcrmndas, 


194,815 

147,000 

27,704 

18,742 

2,131 

35,918 

19 


499^739 ) 

360,925/ 

110,457 

142,548 

82,292 

60^068 

6,862 


Kingston. 

Frederiekton and St Andrews. 

Halifax. 

Charlottetown. 

St John's. 

Geoigetown. 


426,324 


1.266,011 



WEST INDIES. 

Tbksb islands are divided into fourprincipal groups, as follows : — 

1. The Grsatkb Ammunf, Cuba, Eiayti, Jamaica, Porto-Rico. 

2. The Cabibkb Jmlaxm, connstinff of Tobwo, and all the islands between it and 
Porto-Rieo ; subdivided into, 1. The Zeeward Alantht consisting of Dominica, and all 
the islands to the north of it ; and, 2. The Windward Islands, consisting of Martinique, 
with the iskmds which lie to the south of it. St Thomas, St John, Santa Cnu^ Tortob, 
Virgin-Gorda, and tbdr dependencies, are also called the Virgin Islands. 

3. The Bahamas or Lucatos, conristing of all the low islands to the north of Cuba. 

4. The Si'^T.T.wt A11TIU.BB, consisting of the islands alonjgp the coast of South America, 
viz. Trinidad, Maigarita, Tortuga, Salada, OrchlUa, Buen-Aire, Cun^oa, and Oruba. 



Cuba, 

Hayti, 

Jamai' 

Porto 

Bahamas, 

St Thomas, 

St John, . 

Santa Cnis, 

Tortola, . 

Virgin-gorda 

Anguilla, 

St Afartin, 

St Bartholon 

Saba, 

Barbuda. 

StEustatia, 

St Christop 

Nevis, 

Antigua, 

Monlserrat, 

Guadalupe, 

Deaeada, 

Mariegalanta 

Dominica, 

Martinique, 

St Lucia, 

St Vincent, 

Barbadoes, 

Grenada, 

Tobago, 

Trinidad, 

Margarita, 

Cnraipoa, 






814,822 
994,665 
147,548 
871,947 
8,098,818 
489,881 
2,814,897 

90,497 
675,150 
1,424,868 
868,870 
668,247 
888,726 
779,001 
605,488 
528,094 
1,006,213 
998,844 
1,981,940 
990,258 
855,884 
682,907 
402,041 
198,796 

89,469 
806,688 
192,497 

61,694 

20,000 
214,000 

10,000 
6,077 

61,670 







381 

951 

20,.'H3 

12,422 

1.706 

6.163 

105,635 

345,796 

' 1? »/-96 

146,151 

69,404 



8,480 



13.684 

4,084 I 



136 



9,458 28,!)47,884 







103 

810 

16,017 

10.861 

796 

A? 77 

111,602 

392,618 

168,824 

196,365 

106,218 

17,088 
84,660 
44535 
80,661 

237 

168 

8,011 

84 







48 

97 

10,068 

7,667 

211 

4.609 

107,398 

426.163 

906,017 

268.476 

149,656 

41,879 

32.814 

69,064 

60,107 

126,732 

190 

917 

10,222 

M17 



8,244 



856,782 



6.896 



1,191,869 



6,877 







17 

26 

76 

2.254 

403 

3,292 

102,294 

460.767 

246,601 

816,401 

217.631 

117.641 

65,669 

109,688 

141,603 

165,218 





747 

25.081 

82 

4576 

16,601 



6,119 



1,688,228 ,2,008,810 



0^ 



6 

17 

4 

674 

64 

2,606 

80,787 

448,987 

246,817 

827,088 

280.944 

26a632 

196,211 

168.462 

183,050 

182,268 

3 

8 

831 

68,240 



19,936 

25,717 

II 

16 



4,696 



2,487,856 



Montpelier, 

Bwtiio, 

Providence and Newport, 

Hartford and Newhaven, 

Albany, 

Trenton, 

Harriaburg, 

Dover, . 

Annapolia, . 

Richmond, 

Raleigh, . 

Columbia* . 

Milledgeville, . 

Tuicalooaa, 

Jaduon, 

New Orleana, 

Naahville, 

Frankfort, 

Columbus, 

Indianapolia, . 

.Vandalia, 

Je&non Citj, , 

Detroit, . . 

Little Rock, 

TaUnhanw, 

Madiaon, 

Burlington, 

Santa Pe, • • 

Salt Lake City, . 

San Jostf 

Oreeon City, . , 

St Pauls, 

Washinotoii, . . 



624 

432 

804.403 

836,801 

376 

166 

no 

114 

37 

122 



600 

642 

868 

1086 

1203 

714 

661 

DSID 

673 
781 
980 
626 
1068 



850 



STATISTICAL TABLE OF THE ISLANDS. 





An* 


Fopuktioii. 




filaiirti 


•"mSCT 


White. 


BlMk. 


XM^ 


DJaaa to 


Cuba, 


64,000 


811,051 


S9S.436 


704,487 


Spain. 


Hayti, . . 


30,000 






936,836 


Independent. 


Jamaif 


6,400 


86,000 




811,062 


Britain. 


Porto 


4,140 


162,811 


161,627 


323,686 


Spain. 


Bahamas, . 


6,600 


4.667 


18,916 


18.673 


Britain. 


St Thomas, 


40 


660 


4,600 


6,060 


Denmark. 


St John, . 


40 


1H0 


2,260 


2,480 


_ 


Santa Crui, . 


100 


2,228 


29,164 


81,867 


— . 


Tortola, . 


90 


477 


6,488 


6,066 


Britain. 


Virgin-gorda, 


80 


1,600 


6,600 


6,000 


_ 


Anguilla, 
St Martin, . 


80 


»66 


2,736 


8,060 


__ 


90 


_ 


— 


6,100 


France AHcDand. 


St Bartholomew, 


60 


— _ 


— 


8.000 


Sweden. 


Saba, 


10 


— 


— 


1,6G0 


Holland. 


Barbuda, 


90 


— 


— 


1,800 


Britain. 


StEustatia, 


23 


6,000 


1^ooo 


20,000 


Holland. 


St Christopher's, 


70 


1,612 


23,660 


26,272 


Britain. 


Nevis, 


20 


700 


10^722 


11,422 


— 


Antigua* 


OS 


1,960 


88,482 


86,412 


_ 


Montserrat, 


78 


880 


7,329 


7,660 


^^ * 


Guadalupe, 


676 


— 


_ 


116,081 


Fimnue. 


Deaeada, 


26 


— 


— 


000 


— 


Maricgalante, . 


90 


— 


.^ 


12,886 


_ 


Dominica, . 


290 


640 


17,900 


16,680 


^toin. 


Martinique, 


870 






127,674 


France 


St Lucia, . 


226 


861 


17,267 


18,146 


Britain. 


St Vincent, . 


181 


1,801 


26,f«l 


27,122 


— _ 


Baibadoest 


166 


14,960 


87.968 


102,012 


... 


Grenada, 


100 


601 


27,822 


26,123 


._ 


Tobago, 
Trinidad, 


104 


280 


14,621 


14,901 


_ 


1,700 


4,201 


41,063 


46,284 


— 


Margarita, 


864 


6,600 


6,600 


12,000 


Veneiueia. 


Cunifoa, 


600 


1,200 


7,800 


18^712 


Holland. 



;;t» ■ -.,M.-V-:,n-i-«''-'^-~t«-*Vf.- 



12 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS 



MEXICO. 

Thb RspaBUC OF Mexico was divided, bv the constitution of 1824, into 19 States, 
4 Territories, and the Federal District ; but a decree of 1836 provided for a new division 
of the country into departments. Before the declaration of independence, February 24, 
1821, Mexico or New Spain, was a viceroyalty of Spain, and was divided into 12 inten- 
dencies and 3 provinces, and now contains a population of about 7,687,000. 

TEXAS.* 

This lately independent republic is situate on the north-west side of the Gulf of 
Mexico. As a republic, it claimed the whole country from the south-western frontier of 
the United States, to the Rio Bravo del Norte, and alons that river to its sources in the 
42* north latitude, comprising altogether an area of between 400,000 and 600,000 
square miles. The superficial extent, as comprised within the limits defined by the 
Arst Texan Congress, extends to 397,319 square miles. It was formed by a number 
of citizens of the United States, who obtained grants of land from the Mexican government, 
and in 1836 declared themselves independent. A convention of delegates, in 1836, adopted 
a constitution closely resembling that of the United States. In 1846, by an arrangement 
entered into at Austm between the American government and that of Texas, it became 
one of the confederacy of the United States. The executive authority is vested in a gover- 
nor, and in other respects its internal government is similar to that of the other states. It 
is divided into eight judicial districts. Its public debts amount to 9,049,007 dollars, and 
its yearly revenue in 1840 amounted to 802,064 dollars. The population is differently 
stated, but may probably amount to 360,000, chiefly Anglo-Ameneans. 

>•■ TIm Anglo- AmericniiB, according to the analogy of their language, pronounce tliia name Teckau ; the Mexloant, 
according to the analogy of thein, pronounce it Tegfaai, or Teh-hai. 

CENTRAL AMERICA. 

This country, which was formerly a province of Spain, and styled the Captain- 
Generalship of Guatemala, was declared mdependent by the people on the 16th of 
December, 1821, and was incorporated with Mexico ; but on the foil of Iturbide. it dis- 
connected itse f from Mexico, and was formed, into a separate independent republic 
under the title of Federal Republic of Central America. It is now divided into five 
J.ndepe.w1ent States, VIZ. :— 1. Guatemala, population 936,000; 2. San Salvador, popu- 
lation 363,009; 3. Amro^i^i, population 363,000; 4. Coata Rica, population 198.000 ; 
6. Honduras, population 308,000. "> f f "t^'^ * 

SOUTH AMERICA. 

This extensive continent is a peninsula, connected wit!r North America by the 
narrow isthmus of Panama or Darien, which in one part is only thirty miles wrosi and 
not more than 633 feet above the level of the Pacific 6cean. Tfie ^Ct lenSHf the 
peninsula fromnorth to south is 4660 miles, and its greatest breadt£3200. It cove Van 

?hT«?hSST Ti?'**^"""* ^S^'^* three-fourths o? which lie between the tropil aSd 
the other fourth within the southern temperate zone. "*"«»» •"« 

Divisions. — New Granada, Venezuela, Equador or Ecuador Peni Bnlivia A^TTn^^. 
Peru, Chili, the Argentine Republic, or uXi States of RTneliWaC^ 
Urumy, Brazi, Guyana, PaJ«|onia, and the Archipelago of Tiermdel FuSi.^^ ^* 

Soon after the invasion of Spain by the French in 1808 a i«volntiriimr^i^i*)f »«.«- 
to manifest itself in the Spanish^lontes ; anTil? 1 sh^' tiZ alfthrXn es^SS 
c^vely decUirod themselves independent, and formed republican con8<iSti?CS)rtS 
which were modelled, in a great measure, upon the constitution of tS UnSJi^totiS 
The people, however, were little accustomed to free institutions and were ill nVSiS? % 

OCEANIA. 

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and Feeje 
Islands ; 

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progress i 

mercial ni 

Of til 

Padary, P 

and other 

the King 

Portugnes 

and othen 

of Malaya 

people are 

islands, th 

occupied I 

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formerly c 

square mil 

the names 

have been 

Newi 

Cape How 

established 

meut was 

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have flockc 

around Sy 

Bligh, Brii 

King, Mac( 

Westmorel 

districts, nt 

northern b 

Macquarrie 

Morrumbi( 

Victoria, ' 

between th 

In 184 

were male, 

and men o 

artificers ; ] 

the males, ] 

26,007 6ing 

36,690 Ron 

866 Jews ; 

land. 78,72 

10,401 ufw 

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yet establis 

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and Feejee Inlands; the Caroline Islands; the Marian or Ladrotie Islmds / ihe Botim 

The Polynesian Islands and New Zealand are inhabited by various tribes, aU referrible 
to the Maiay variety of mankind, who speak various dialects of oiie common language. 
Of these the New Zonlanders are the finest race, though some others have made greater 



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repnblic 
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popu- 
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«iguay, 

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most of 
States, 
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progress in civilization, particularlv the Hawaiians, who form a very enterprising com- 
mercial nation, under a nionarehical government. 

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Of Malaysia is possessed by numerotis imlependent pnnoes and tribes 
people are chiefly of the tawny or brown variety of mankind ; but several of the smaller 
islands, the interior of Borneo* and Smnatra, and all Australasia, exeept new Zealand, arc 
occupied by people of the Ethiopic or Negro race. 

Australia is now, in Britain at least, the generally received name of the large island 
formerly called New Hollaivd, which contains a snperfidiJ area of more than 3,000,000 of 
square miles. Within the last half century, various British colonies, distinguished by 
the names of New South Wales, North Australia, South Australia, and Western Australia, 
have been planted on its shores. 

New ISouth Wales was discovered by Cook, who sailed along the whole coast, from 
Cape Howe to Cape York, in the year 1770. In Jr':uary, 1788, a convict settlement was 
estaiblished at Port Jackson ; but for many years the progress of discovery and improve- 
ment was ywj slow. It was only in 1813, that the first passage across the Blue Moun- 
tains, a range which runs parallel to the coast, was eflected ; but since that time, colonists 
have flocked to the settlement, and its progress has been unusually rapid. The country 
around Sydney, tilt; capital, is divided into twenty counties, named, Aigyle, Bathurst, 
Bligh, Brisbane, Camden, Cook. Cumberland, Durham, Georgiana, Gloucester, Hunter. 
King, Macquame, Murray, Northumberland, Phillip, Roxburgh, St Vincent, Wellington 
Westmoreland. The Crown kinds beyond the limits of the counties are divided into nine 
districts, named, Port Macquarrie, New-England, Liverpool Plains, and Bligh, alons the 
northern borders, between the sea and the Macquarrie river; Wellington, between the 
Macquarrie and the Lachlaii; Lachlan, between the Laehlan and the Morrumbidgee : 
Morrumbidgee, between that river and the Murray ; Mkncroo on the East eoast • \ni 
Victoria, " comprising the whole of the lands lying to the south of the mSn ini^ 
between the nvers Avens and Goulburn, and adjacent to Port-PhUlip." *^ 

111 1841, the total population of the territory amounted to 130,856. Of these 87 208 
were male, and 43.558 female. There were ufj htnded proprietors, merXmHankm 
and men of libeml professions; 1774 shopkeepers and wtallers; 10,715 mechantS 
JI*J^f » 1 o*^ shepherds; 9m domestic ser^nts ; all others. not clwsified, 72.31^ Of 
J?r5?l^* 18,802 were married, and 68,396 single: of the femles. iTwi mailed and 
M tt; cirr^^^lkV^^ ''?« «***2f ; of free fe™^, i&Si. tEJ? V*ere 
HSfiTwT9l?r^'^''"** » ^5'IS? Presbyterians ; 8236 Methodists ; 1857 other dissentewj 

m fmVJL/?*i o".?^'**' *'"V~? ^" **>'^76, of which 6376 were of stone orbrickr.md 
10,401 of wyd^ii 1851, the popuUtion of N. S. W., exdusiveof Port-PhUlip wmT)2 S 

182»^ffiimSf?/il'r"T*** *"*??***•" *"*»»*■ colony arrived at the Swan River in 



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narrow isthmus of Panama or Darien, which in one part is only thirty miles across, and 
not more than 633 feet above the level of the Pacific Ocean. The greatest length of the 
peninsula from north to south is 4560 miles, and its greatest breadth 3200. It covers an 
area of 6,600,000 square miles, about three-fourths of which lie between the tropics, and 
the other fourth within the southern temperate zone. 

Divisions. — New Granada, Venezuela, Equador or Ecuador, Ferq, Bolivia, or Upper 
Peru, Chili, the Argentine Republic, or United States of Rio de la Plata, Paraguay, 
Uruguay, Brazil, Guyana, Patiwonia, and the Archipelago of Tierra del Fuego. 

Soon after the invasion of Spain b^ the French in 1808, a revolutionary spirit began 
to manifest itself in the Spanish colonies ; and in a short time all these colonies suc- 
cessively declared themselves independent, and formed republican constitutions, mopt of 
which were modelled, in a great measure, upon the constitution of the United States. 
The people, however, were little accustomed to free institutions, and were ill pre^red, b^ 
character, education, and habits, to sustain a republican government ; and their condi- 
tion, since the declarations of independence, has oeen, for the most part, a stnte of revo- 
lution, disorder, and misrule. But the history and statistics of these republics are very 
imperfectly known. 

OCEANIA. 

The islands to the south-east of Asia have been usually considered as appendages of 
that continent ; but they are now classed by the Continental geographers along witli the 
islands of the Pacific Ocean, as a fifth division of the World, under the name of Oceania 
or Oceanica. Oceania is divided into Western Oceania, or Malaysia ; Central Oceania, or 
Australasia ; and Eastern Oceania, or Polynesia. 

MALAYSIA. 

This division derives its name from the Malays, a peculiar variety of the human race, 
to which the dominant people of the Archipelago belong ; and may be subdivided into 
the following groups, viz. : — 

1. The Sumatran group, comprising Sumatra, Banca, Billiton, Lingau, Pftnjour, and 
other islands on the east and west coasts of Sumatra. 

2. The Javan grcma, comprising Java, Madua, Bali, Lombock, &o. 

3. The Sumbava- Timor group, comprising Sumbava, Flores, Solor, Sabrao, Lomblem, 
Panter, Ombay, Timor, S*mao, Rotti, Dao, Savou, Sumba, or Sandlewood, &c. 

4. The MoluecaSf comprising Amboyna, Cerem, Booro, Goram, Banda, Lonthoir, 
Pulo Aii, Letti, Moa, Lackar, Sermatta, Kissir, Wetter, Grand Kay, Timorlaut, Gilolo. 
Temate, Tidor, Batchian, Pulo Obi, Mysol, Popo, &c. 

6. The Celebes group, comprising Celebes, Sangir, Siao, Banca, Xoulla, Bouton, 
Salayer, &c. 



6. The Ch-oup of Borneo, comprising Borneo, Natuua, and other islands. 

7. The Philippines, consisting of about a thousand islands, the principal of 
Lupon, Mindanao, Palawan, &c. 



which are 



AUSTRALASIA. 

This name signifies « South Asia," and was originally intended for New Holland, but 
IS now so extended as to include not only that creat island, but also Papua, or New 
Guinea, Wageeoo, Arroo, Louisiade, New Britain, New Ireland, the Solomon Isles. New 
Hebrides, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island, New Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, and a num- 
oer of smaller islands between and adjoining to these. 

POLYNESIA, 

Or the "Many Islands," is the name given to the innuraerable islands scattered over the 
Pacrfic Ocean to the south of the 40«» of north latitude, and west of the 188«» meridian 
west. Many of them are arranged in groups or clusters, while others occur at solitary 
distances. The principal groups are :— »* Bunuirjr 

dndJnS^^SfyS'l'f '^^^ (&»^tMcA /#&««»;) the Geo,gian and Socie^ Ishnds, in- 

t^nl^ni^^TjV'tiS' ??^' *i* ^-'^r?'' '»"^ f^oshinium Islands s 
theiyarwy Islands; ih^ Nawgator's Islands; Dangerous Archipelago; T<iga, Friendfy, 

1 



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856 Jew{ 
land. 73,! 
10,401 uf 

Nort 
yet establ 
town, nai 

Souti 
132" and 
been rece 
east side < 
which al 
of the CO 

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1829. T 
west cooE 
north to i 
settlers h 
counties 1 
Lanark, ' 
principal 
Albany, 
DecemlM 

Tasn 
Bass' Stn 
east to w 
southern 

give it iti 
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round it i 
early in 1 
the count 
at Ist Mi 
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for convK 

New 
800 miles 
southern 
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of great c 
which in 
in beauti 
indeed, n 
and nava 
without i 
jealous 
eolonists, 
finest of 1 
and the 
1642 by 
name, in 
by Cook, 
islands, 
and the 
names o< 

In 
Uobson, 
Aukland 
English 
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with the 

f Oceania 

ceauia, or 



man race, 
rided into 

ijonr, and 



Lomblem, 

Lonthoir, 
ut, Gilolo, 

^ Bouton, 
which are 



oUand, but 
la, or New 
Isles, New 
nd a num- 



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t" meridian 

at solitary 

Ithnds, in- 
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tf Friendfyf 



' iV<^rr«»^Sfa«tend» w^^^^ from the Gulf of Carpentaria. , The only settlement 
yet eSshSifat Port Essington, on the north side of Coburg peninsula, where a new 

''""il^?^«r:SrJim;ri^^^^^^^ Holland which is situate between the 

^' '^k^^AZ^i^-^"'rh& settlers in this colony armed at the Swan River in 
1829 ThHimHsTf ttie colony are between 3V and SS*' south latitude, and between the 
w^t coast aid 12S"east lon^tude, comprising a territory 1280 inil^ in length, from 
north tTsoX and 800 in br^dth.* The prlncfpal settlements are at the Swan "ver but 
wtSers h^e ako spread to a considerable (fistanco inland and a bng the co^t and fifteen 
Suntfes hive been already formed, viz. Twiss, Perth, M..rmv, Wdl.ngton, Nelson Su^x 
Wk! York, Grantham, Wicklow, Goderich, Stirling, 1%, Plantagenet, Kent. The 
priSil towns are Pefih and Freemantle, on the Sv.h,, river hi P«rth county ; and 
^At^ny] on King George's Sound, in Plantagenet coujity. The population at Slst 
December 1848, amounted to no more than 4464. 

Tasmania, or Van Dieman's Land, is a large island separated from N. S. Wales by 
Bass' Strait. It is about 210 miles in length from north to south, and about 160 from 
east to west, compriging an area of 24,000 square miles, or 16,000,000 of acres. The 
southern part of the island was discovered in 1G42, by Abel Tasman, a Dutchman, wuo 
aave it its present name in honour of Anthony Van Dieman, the Governor-v-enerai of the 
Dutch East Indies. Its insularity was proved by Messrs Bass and Flinders, who sailed 
round it in 1799. A small penal settlement for convicts was established in 1803 ; and 
early in 1804, Governor ColRns arrived in the river Derwent, took formal possession of 
the country, and founded Hobart Town, now the capital of the island. The population 
at Ist Mareh 1861. amounted to 70,130, riz. free population, 63,031 ; convict population 

17 099 
' Norfolk Island, 900 miles E.N.E. of Sydney, is a penal settlement reserved exclusively 

for convicts. 

New Zealand consists of two large islands, nearly adjoining each other, which extend 
800 miles in length, with an average breadth of only 100, and a smaller island at the 
southern extremity. Along its great extent of coast there are numerous harbours of unri- 
valled excellence, into some of which fine rivers enter, after having passed through districts 
of great extent and fertility. The insular position of the country, and the lofty mountains 
which intersect it, insure a perpetual supply of moisture, and hence the country abounds 
in beautiful forests. The cnmate is one of the finest and most equable in the world ; and, 
indeed, no other country possesses so many requisites for becoming a gif^t commercial 
and naval power. The natives are subdivided into very small communities or fiimilies, 
without any individual who possesses the slightest political authority, and are excessively 
jealous of each other. They are thus likely to oecome an easy prey to the European 
colonists, who are intruding themselves upon them ; and it is not unlikely that this, the 
finest of the Polynesian races, may ere long become extinct, or at best, the hewers of wood 
and the drawers of water to their powerful invaders. These islands were discovered in 
1642 by Abel Tasman, a Dutch navigator, who bestowed upon them their present 
name, in honour of the province of 2i«iland, in Holland. They were more fully explored 
by Cook, whose name is attached to the strait which he discovered between the two great 
islands. The northmost island is named Eaheinomawce, the middle one Tav€d-Poennamo, 
and the southmost Stewards Island, To the two former have been lattorly attached the 
names of New Ulster and New Munster. 

In May, 1840, the sovereignty of Britain over these islands was declared by Captain 
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Aukland, on Waitemata Harbour, one of the most eligible places in New Zealand. An 
English oomrany has founded the settlement of Wellington, at Port Nicholson, on Cook's 
Stmit ; New Flvmouth, on the S.W. ooast of the North Island ; and Nelson, on the south 
side of Cook's Strait ; and the tide of emigration is flowing strongly towards these islands. 



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* Prefixed to a name signifies that it has been erase 
X Prefixed to a name signifies a Country, Province, 
§ Prefixed to a name signifies a Tribe, People, &c. 



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Aa, R. (Riga)..»^7 ^n 



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As, R. 

AM, R. 
Ai, R, 

Aabeidat 
Ambye 
Ambye 
A«cn, R. 
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61 ir 
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7 ION 

~^7 37N 



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Aanere < 
Aakier . 
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.33 S6N 
29N 
~W46N 
..60 8SN 
^1 4811 
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57 aN 

M 53N 
4»N 

47" 

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Aallan, Wady 

AaIwik' 

Aalten 

Aamara ....■......^go SON 

Aftmofit ».».>#»w#.Mt.^wwOl ION 
Aar, K. .»*».».tyw##.»^50 91N 

Aaraban ...1 36 33N 

47 3N 
.47 ISW 



AUabeks .^.^...^ 

Aalborif.. 
t Aalborg. 
Aalen 



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Aarberg. 

Aarbuiv 

Aardal 

Aardal 

Aardenburg ^^....^.Sl 17>f 

Aar6« xC. #»»<»»»^»»» ^ 7 37^ 
1 Aargau «»»»»«»««»«.47 SSN 
i Aiiarhuus ..^.^J6 5N 
Aarimuii.>.^......,.UI<l 91N 

Aaro«»»MMMiMMM»S0 ISM 
Aarnp.i.»inM.<.i.»»w»i^wS5 47'' 
Aaruaeund, R....^>4 Jti 

Aarwangen —...Jill 14R 

Auttnip « »w<w<Mw5fl 90if 



Aaray, R. ^,^..^..36 Sn 

AntgoitK »»»»>«..?4 SON 

AbamxM, R. ..m^ 3 SSi 
Abacknai ..........JCIJ I3N 

Abneo .>>»^^.Sg IC'M 

Abaco, L. 
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Aberdaron ,..^.»..sa 48n 
t Aberdeen ,CountyS7 24N 
Aberdeen, New ...^7 8n 
Aberdeen. OldM.^7 9n 
Aberdeen Mt. ....J36 468 

Aberdour ..........JSl 41N 

Aberdmir ...........M 4n 

Aber Dyfl.,....^.,.^a SSn 

Aberedou .^^......JIA 9n 

Aoerfeifly #«mww.##<w..S6 37^ 
AborfoiL«MM»M<««M>Ji6 llN 



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Abergavenny ««.^I SON 
Abergoldie ^,..,^J7 Sn 
Abergeley..»..,......S3 17M 

Aborgorlech.iM.,.«~SI A9N 
Abergwil y .„..^Jl S2N 
Aberiddy B..~....»^l S6n 

Aberkouti ..........JSSi On 

ADeriauy <w>».<.»» w .<»Dif in 
Aberlenino «mm~..S6 42n 
Aberlour <.....«..^87 37N 

Abemant .........^iX tan 

Abemctliy ........JIJ 16n 

Abemetby ........M 9I)n 

Abemyte ..^„..,..S6 28n 
Aberporth,^i..M~«.JU 8n 
Aberruthven .....M 19n 

Aberthawr ^^...^UH 34N 

Ab<nichH L .«.«..«.».JW 83N 

AbervraehHarb..>.48 37n 

Aberyitwitb 

Abeo«twith 

AbeitosM. 

Abbar, 

Abiad, R. 

Abiad, Raael 

Abiebal 

Abigail 



Abigherm 
Abighann 
Abigoom 




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Abita 



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% AMIena^..^^J3 35n 
Abingef' v>##a»w«»»*» ft l ISN 
Ablngdob ...........AX 40N 

Abingdon .i«»»«»»»««».86 33n 
Abington ...........M 38N 

Ablngton ...........M M 



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8 enr 
3 6V7 

146 47N 

5 12w 

3 I7wr 

4 Zw 

5 17w 

3 saw 

4 80vr 
438W 
9S8tf 

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S34ir 

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4 law 

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3 ISW 

4 23W 
3 4aw 
3 I7w 

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3 flow 
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49 3a 

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74 98W 
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10 
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15 

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Acftpiiico »>«.M»»»«'»»17 9n 
tAcamania .......JX 48n 

Acaaumpet ........Ai Sn 

Acatlan..«^«.^....]7 S7n 

Acawan ^»^»<»<#<.»w» a 8 14N 

ACAWHy »»»*#»#»iw«»<».o tHJN 

Acay » . .» M »<<#*##**i»»#*4 318 
AceutXi............... 5 4SN 

ACCnO ^<i»<ww>»p#o»»*»»38 OOlV 

Accipitruin .......J36 ION 

Accontpong town 18 14N 
Accumuli «M~M~M.4a 42N 

ACeDeoO »iii>»>»i»«>»wi» 4 jl SON 

Acerenn ,......«.>«..40 SON 

Accma o.*#»<ww<#*..i.*4 47N 
Acerra »«»»«»»»«««»«»»40 57n 
Acesines, FL ....JSX ON 

Acesinea ..........JiX BOJt 

Acli ^,.>^......i,.,.47 S3N 

Aclw, Sierra de ..^i SON 
Aclmcache>.><.^. 16 308 
Actiadouna~....~« 66 17f 

Achagahan ........J/J I9N 

AchagantouL~..M..MJi7 17if 
Acliaglate...»..«.>««^7 IHN 
Acliagri»liiiL...,...^S8 a7N 
:tAcli»i n ..»<.«..««^..J8 8n 
Aolialagcaild .....Al SIN 

Aclialean ...........M 23N 

Aobam .».,..... .^~57 33n 

Aehanannan«.......,,..Ji6 47N 

Aolianla.M.»M~M««Jl7 68n 
Achnntv «w«m>##mwmS6 55n 
Acliarachie ........M 48N 

Aoliarov »»»* « i*w»#** 3 8 4N 



Aoliamoch «i»»»»»<« 
Aoliatatuii ......... 



JSl 14N 
87 9N 



Acliavaniih Inn .JM SON 
I Aoheen«M.MMWM. 4 SON 
Acheen^..^.^.*.^ 5 35n 
Aehendoun Cai. #~67 95N 
Aoherlngi..«.M»>«..48 SIN 

Aoliarland,.<.^.«..Ji8 S8N 
Aeheruria L. .~«m39 SOn 



AOhMtVf ««tf>M«MIMWwOO SUM 

Aohhan Oa«.».......J>6 19N 

■oltflU Ow *«i»w*<w«Mw>»»o3 Sol* 

Aobil 1iI««»~..wmJ>3 58N 



AdiUbeg Ilia «.~~53 5SN 
AchillisT.<..M«MM..3S 17N 

Adiilty L. ........J7 34W 



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79Sla 
98 8w 
11 97a 
67 54W 
e6 4Sw 
3a 
35 4a 

8 10a 
77 46W 

13 16B 
6 3W 

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9 lla 
106 45W 

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3 S8W 

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8 9W 

5 3SW 
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97 Oa 

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3 31W 

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AcrathotPr. .....M 

Acre .~«~~»....^a9 

Acre, Bay of ......3a 

I Acre, Pacfaalic of33 
I Acre, Plain of M.39 

A()?e or AI(iia~M..3S 
Acrington «i.».»««,«».58 
Acritat Pr.^,.^^...36 
Acroceraunium 1^.40 
Acro-CoriFth .m~37 
Acroterion mm<»i«m36 
Actium <wMwi.w»iwiwM»..38 
ACton ..... . ............oX 

Aoton BeauohLiipSS 
Acton Wiuiel ....^9 

ACUIWpft»<wi»i»#<»^K^i»»i»»lo 

Acumeneuni.«..w» 46 
Acururui, R. ...... 3 

Adair, Cape mm.^71 

4^ AQlulA »<»»«ww»*w»»3/ 

Adalia, O. of .....M 
Adamelio, H. .....M 

Adami.>....i 37 

Adamlcella ........M 

Adam's Pealu^.^ 6 
Adam's Br. ......... 9 

Adam's To. .......Jii 

Adamsou's PealcM.43 
Adamstown ........J/1 

Adamus ..........jaa 

Adana« 

Adami 

*Ad 

Adanea »»«»»>«« » «,«»»37 

Adara...,. 53 

Adattltit.......«.^...g9 

Adda, R. w.m«...<.»46 
Adderiey ,..,.^....^9 

Addingham m~m.w53 
Addrdr ^^..,^^^3 

AQ6UUCM 9»m»»0***s^J3m 

Adelaide Port «.m~34 
Adela Island ..M..18 

mtm 




f D E X 



TO 



INERAL ATLAS. 



additional names, will be found at the end of the Index, p. 67. 



ifies that it has been erased from the Map. 
lifies a Country, Province, District, &c. 
ifies a Tribe, People, &o. 



^ Mo.0» 
I* MAr. 



Nahm. 



Lat. 



LOHO. 



Ko.oF 



Namh. 



Lat. 



IiOHSi 



Mo, OF 
Ma*. 



NAint. 



IiAT. 



!•«.. 5fl^ 


33 01 


58 


86 331 


S3 


!'46a 


31 


i' law 


13 


i'47w 


13 


law 


1' 


•.7w 


III 


AO HI 


39 


16 46nr 


49 


4» l«w 


54 


7 SOW 


30 


8 I9W 


30 


43 40W 


54 


45 saw 


54 


78 531 


39 


40ft8W 


54 


38 SOW 


64 


63 SOW 


64 


49 OW 


54 


8 41W 


30 


S131M 


34 


11 67a 


31 


16 3UW 


49 


99 7a 


43 


77 8ea 


39 


80 30a 


99 


19 46a 


S4 


48 10a 


28 


16 Oa 


99 


SI 3Ia 


34 


9S 19a 


34 


7 6w 
i 67W 


30 


99 


16 4 )B 


39 


S7 Oa 


60 


vasea 


34 


13 sua 


69 


9S60a 


34 


30 9a 


69 


SSSOa 


34 


93 la 


34 


14 67a 


39 


5 sea 


18 


66 36W 


53 


76 49W 


50 


66 36W 


53 


69 6W 


69 


67 46W 


63 


110 48W 


49 


70 SJW 

«7 low 


63 
60 



Iw 49 

7a 34 

la 39 

Bw 49 

7a 44 

tw 64 

&w 63 

3a 49 

la 97 

Da 60 

}w 60 

Sa 31 

IW 30 

ra 39 

(a 39 

!a 39 

)B 58 

)a 39 

la 99 

Sw 49 

iw 69 

IW 10 

5W 9 

iw 9 

\w 9 

)w 9 

)B 34 

iw 9 

IW 10 

\w 9 



m 
iw 

\w 

IW 



la 34 



tw 
iw 

IW 



Da 40 

40 
Km 9 



m 


99 


la 


99 


w 


9 


la 


89 


■w 





w 


10 


iw 


19 


IW 


19 


,w 


19 


a 


6J» 


,w 


19 


!W 


9 



Acrabbim, 
Aioent of ....■^^..31 On 

AOntDl #»»o*^*«Kwi»<»«i»38 1 IN 

AcmthMPr. ^,„.M 6n 
Acre ,.«<..,»>..»...~a9 5lN 
Acre, Bay of «..«..32 5)n 
i Acre, Pacfaalio oi33 20m 
I Acre, Plain of ^..39 53n 

Ac:« or AkluuM»39 S6n 
Acrington »>»»««««i<»»58 46n 
Acritas Pr.^..........36 40N 



Aoroceraunium 1^.40 96N 
Acro-Corirth .w~37 56n 
Acroterimi ,,^..,^36 90n 
Actium .w.w..*w.wwiw38 6uN 
Acton .....,>..i^...>,..61 SON 
Acton Beauolu.i')p59 9n 
Acton WuHel ....^9 46n 

Acuineneum<.«M~ 45 14N 
Acururui, R. ^,,^ 3 30a 
Adair, Cape .....^71 20n 
Adala<..Jil^.,>.38 34n 
% Adalift mmmw#m«m37 ^^ 

AU&lUI ««WW«MWMIM«l«iMlf vN 

AdttHa.^..»>.....^..36 66n 

Adalia, O. of ,..,..38 36N 
Adamello, M.....,..^ IOn 

Adami .>.«....^...^37 S5N 

Adamkella .^......M 39b 

iLoam fl, M............o\ loo 

Adam'i Peak.M~. 6 66n 
Adam's Br. .....,.., 9 ION 

Adam't To. ...^...ja 23n 

Adaniowa .»«>i»»««.»» 8 56n 
Adamiou'i Pealu»43 9ia 
Adanutown .^,......67 96n 

Adamua m~.»..mm38 4n 
Adana>..^.^...^....37 6n 

Adana 

*A( 

Adanea 

Adare 

AdaultU 

Adda,R. 

Adderley 

Addingbam 

Addnir 

Adelaide 

Adelaide 

Adelaide Port «~.~34 48a 

Adele bland ^.....li 6a 

^MliUil 




...34 6a 



iBrtfeaMHrikiMMat 



35 30a 
35 2la 
24 SOB 

35 6B 

36 9a 
35 30a 
35 IlB 
33 15a 
35 4B 

9 2IW 
91 55B 
19 22a 
S9 63a 
26 23a 

90 48a 

17W 
9 87W 
9 6W 

93 7w 
1967a 
68 33W 
71 Ow 
28 26a 

30 60B 

31 OB 
30 40B 
30 60B 
10 34B 
83 4B 

8 58W 
166 3B 

80 30a 

79 40B 

643W 

13 lOB 

146 56a 

9 45W 
496W 

35 laa 
35 ISa 
35 oa 

91 59a 
846W 
9 IW 
9S 

9 I' ■'.. 

1 53» 
71 5B 

138 48B 
138 38B 
138 S6a 
123 16a 
i 



87 
37 
69 
37 



37 
36 
37 
7 
34 
59 
34 
34 
84 
8 
8 
8 
49 
59 
69 
46-1 
36 
36 
36 
36 
36 
81 
84 
19 
41 
39 
39 
13 
49 
67 
10 
30 
86 
69 
36 
34 
13 
44 
31 



41 
66 
66 
41 

m 



JBgKaa Sea ^...^.^....Sa 25N 

Aegida ......^..^.....ii 30N 

Aegilia ..............jas 5SN 

Aegina .«»«« » .. »»>i« 3 7 44n 
Aegina I. «M««M«My»57 43n 



A^onunia .»,....J!(I ION 

jBgoetnena ^....... J Sn vN 

Aeguia ^mmmmmmmS? 58n 

{^gyptuslnfer....a0 48N 
iEgyptuiSupe,....M SON 
Aelioanamul«...M^67 22n 
AeibJMk.^.....^....^ 31N 
Ael Wed #.#.w#<....*»35 37n 

AelanaO. of 93 45n 

Aelana .............J& 33n 

,£lana ........^.^.....id 33n 

Aelia...^.^ ......>..~..4a SON 

JEii..>^>..«.>,..>...^18 40N 
Aelia ..>,........~....3I 47N 

Aemona m>.vm»mv«~46 3n 
Aenaria .»«.«»<».<.»<».40 46N 
Aenela...«..........M.40 24n 

Aeneyie, Castle ^.30 24n 

Aenbwphym P....J1 SON 

Aenona ..............44 16n 

Aeuog..>...>.»„..>w..40 40N 
Aental«.......».,...37 6N 

Aenum «mm«mvmm~96 IOn 
Aenus Fl. m###mimwm47 SON 
jEoliae jL\ .....^^.38 40N 

Aeopolli..^ . »..<.....3S 41M 

Aentab ....... .....JSJ IH 

MnS, lBle~M^.~~64 54N 
AerKliot .~«..»....JW 69N 

Aersen #.##.....w».....5I 3i7N 

JLeSOIl . ^ .......^^^... ^ f 8VN 

Aesium .........^....AS 30N 

LAesttael <..mm~~67 On 
eitraeus R. .....AO 60N 

S JEtbioptl .........27 30N 

I iBthiopia Inter. 19 On 
i ,£thiopia (Supra 

Egyptian) .i.M.M..I5 On 
JBtna Mount ..^..87 45N 
* Aeyiyw.....M.«~26 3<)n 
Affagay ..#..#...#.....1 1 45N 
Affttgay #.<>.....#»»»».. 1 1 60N 
AfTaTries R. «.«..... J>7 99N 

.ffttrio .............. J /J IQN 



95 20b 

22 19B 

13 40B 
83 18B 

23 26a 
23 89a 
10 49a 
23 14B 
18 16a 
SI 20a 
SI 40a 

3 42W 
536W 
I6W 

34 46B 
36 OB 

35 Oa 

10 81B 
83 4B 
41 lOa 

36 ISB 

14 SOB 

13 58a 
82 48a 

35 41B 
94 lOB 
8S86B 

36 33a 

15 9B 
26 6B 

37 SOB 
34 lOa 

11 OB .. 

14 16B 69. 60 
43 48B 69 
37 SOB 
I0 90B 

4 48B 

6 18a 

7 37B 

13 SOB 
85 OB 
99 18a 
62 SOB 

14 oa 



69 
34 
69 
69 
34 
34 
69 
34 
59 
69 
69 
9 
44 
44 
69 
69 
69 
88 
69 
68 
37 
69 
69 
69 
43 
40 
59 
37 
69 
69 
86 
60 
68 



26 
19 
18 
17 
60 
68 
69 
69 
68 



4 



S3 oa 68 

15 OB 59 

44 SOB 86 

14 40B 49 

14 36B 42 

4 41W 9 

5 6w 9 



^Agisyniba .........J Oa 

Aglanclia ...........Al 68n 

Agile ..^^.....^...^45 91N 

Aglisb .w, .„..,„.... 68 16N 

Aglish .......^....,.69 14N 

Agnea...............^.64 4n 

Agnnni ...............39 18N 

Agoa da Pena«~.^l 48n 
Ago* da Sonde R. 4 50a 
Agoa de Peixes m.38 19n 
Agoa de Paco ..^..38 ISn 
Agoa Yerdb.M~M.I4 lOa 
Agoabranoa ...^...10 42a 
Agottda «~..........».15 36N 

AgoadanovaM»M.Ml7 !!• 
Agoafria «.M«MM».»11 SlB 
Agoapely, R. ..^.^1 86a 
AgoaquenteM...M..13 66a 
Agoas de MoUnu.38 33n 
Agollnitia.i.«.>»«M.37 37N 
Agordo ..M..........A8 80N 

Agostinbo, Ido. «~31 44N 
Agoui, el ...........J2B 84N 

t Agra .............^b ON 

Agrafus.~...«MMM.^ 47n 
Agrakban, 0. m»..43 40n 
Afinun »*w>i#»Kwwitftfw»4o 541V 
Agrapldokorl »#^^87 54n 
Agrata .......* .#..#..00 sn 

AgrnTitt »...<ww.#..»<m3B 8cN 

AgreoA .»..<m»».w...i.^ 1 49N 
Agri, Ri«. ^ .»....»..». 4 ION 



AgrianesR...Mw...41 26N 
Agrianos ««».».«.»... 37 8N 
Agrigentum ««..... J7 82n 

AgrillO .......W...W.W.38 4N 

Agriliuni .......^m^AO 8n 

AgrioYotani ......ao IN 

AgntlO ..m>....m>m..m3 3N 

AgrOpOU <MMMMNM.40 19N 

Agt......^....>....,.^61 SON 

Agua «...»...««..mm.21 80a 
Agiia Alta, or 

Wog Water R. 18 16n 
Agua Caitle.M.i..«..20 2la 
Agua Cbua #m«.m..16 I2a 
Agua Neuva ..M.i.35 36a 
Agua bi MM....MM.I48 24N 

Aguada .....^........U 40b 

Aguadilla ...^.......18 SON 



AaruMSund, R.,.,..^ 7" 
Aarwangen .,...^..47 14it 
Aoia ,.>,^..,>.>..^50 59N 
Aasnoea .>»~»»mmm»AO 36n 

Aastnip «r«««»M SON 

AnRtnip MiM>MM>wMJi5 47n 
Anssy* R* *»** ** * » * »*^ \ d6M 
Aasiy, R. ..,...^«.,^ 3n 
Antgong ,~><«m>«<mS4 90i( 
AbacaxiK, R. ...^ 3 33s 



Abacknaa 
Abico. 
Abaco, L. 
Abac((, U. 
Abar) 
Abadeh 



J(8 lair 



,96 UN 

.19 46.t 

aa 95it 

!8 ISN 



Abai, >Iaib, 
Abaite 



.^ 6 12M 

. 1 47s 

17 30s 

^....M 4n 

t 18-v 



.JSa 32N 



Abalhiiru 
Aban .^-..^ 
Abaim, R. 
Aba)icay.>»^,.,....^13 138 
Abaiiilla ^^^^.^38 15N 

Abanitza ^.. 37 60n 

Abany ^...,^.,^,^7 I2N 
Abiipo >^..>^..^,..19 1£S 
Abarcal ^~.,..,.,..^\ An 
Abarim, Mts. of .~^l 35n 
Abarkoh ..«.^.^.JI 20n 



Ai>a8>abad 

t Abasia . 

Abasia 

Abbadii 

Abbasabad 

Abbasabad 

Abbasabad 



.-->3!) 6if 
43 iSON 

It 30a 

13 S2N 
.10 4N 

«#v##36 20n 



Abbaye ~>,^~>^«>4B 38ir 
Abberford..,..„..,^3 AOn 
Abbeville ^..~.>,.J}0 6n 
Abbeviile >..>~.^.^34 liN 

Abbey ~. 57 38m 

Abbeyfealo ^..^.Jbi 22n 
Abbey Head ,~.>J(4 4fiN 

Abbey Holm 54 SIN 

Abbeyknockmay^^V) 96n 
AbbeylanL^.,».«..JS3 46n 
Abbeyleix ..^.,^.jk% 54-> 
Abbey, New..„.,..Ji4 S8N 

I AbbitibbfS 49 ION 

Abbitibbe Uouse^48 49N 
Abbitlbbe, Lake .^8 ASM 
Abbitibbe, R. ...~A1 6n 

Abbodi >~~.«^ 33 S9n 

Abbotrule^.,.,,,....,^ 25N 

AbboU Bromley .Jb\ 5n 
Abbots Bromley .^3 SON 
AbboU, Morton <^3 ISN 
Abbots, Rodling..^l 47m 
Abbotsbury „.,.,.,M) 39N 
Abbotaford ^.^..^.^^ 35M 
Abbotsliall ,.„„,,M 6m 
Abbotsham .......^.'il IN 

Abbotsley^~..,,..^^3 13N 
Abclieran, C. .„,,.Vi 28n 
32 33M 
32 3N 
.-Ml 44M 
,40 5«N 
.K 3<)M 
43 55N 
31 4:)M 
36 SUM 



Abd Haiiz^. 
t Abda 
Abdan 
Abdera 
Abdie 
Abdikini 
Ab-dool 
Al>egenn 
' Abegerm 
Aliejar. 



,T6 Slv 
41 47N 
Abelbethmaachali at 21m 
Abelniafin^...,..,,^'^ 21 m 

Abel-shittim ;il 5:.>m 

Abenbtrg 4» IIIM 

AbenoJar ,..^^„„.^i 4SN 
Abenaburg ,.......^H SIM 

Aberufon ,.,.,^^,^1 37m 
Aberarder ^^.^'J lliN 
KhunrAer,.,...^^^ S(>N 
Ai>erayron«.,...>.„.,ft2 ISN 
Aberbrutliock .....^56 .'<3N 

Aberbytliyi:li ^.^X SIN 
Abercainiey,...,....,..^ 23n 

AberGhalder~..i.~^7 7n 
Abercliirder,.,,...~J»7 .ISM 
Abeuhirdir — ,>.. fl 7 3tN 
Abercom ,.^.^,^.J» 59n 
Abercrombie, U.,~34 Os 



Abordalgie 
Abturdure , 



,56 3:<N 
^\ 41N 



63 33a 

7 46a 
31 49B 

11 A4a 

8 47a 

9 S9B 
36 56a 

35 58a 
91 !0B 
57 22W 
16 48a 
77 10\r 
77 50W 
76 50wr 
67 48a 
09 45a 

116 28a 
48 43vr 
45 58wr 
S4 5a 
5737a 

36 29a 
73 low 

1 4w 
23 35b 
20 IB 
62 2w 

8 5W 
35 43B 

54 8a 
45 SOB 
39 3l>a 
13 68a 

37 31nr 

55 19a 
45 34a 
66 38a 

6 18b 
1 20W 
1 48B 

83 23W 
■3 33w 

9 19vir 
3 58W 
3 19W 
8 44W 

7 24W 
7 21w 
3 37w 

79 OW 

78 37W 

79 OW 
81 50W 

35 30b 
a 38W 
1 18W 

1 54W 
S Ow 
16B 

2 36W 

2 47W 

3 low 

4 I5W 
13w 

50 13B 

36 36b 
8 SOW 

68 34b 
24 56B 

3 12w 
27 54B 
66 6b 
SO 46a 
60 45B 

2 44W 
35 38B 
35 38B 
35 38a 

10 55B 

4 15W 

11 50b 

3 45W 

4 I5W 
4 KiW 
4 13W 

2 32W 
4 Ow 

3 4SW 

4 45W 
3 3!IW 

2 40W 

3 2HW 
149 :27b 

3 i«W 
3 24W 



38 

17 

27 

26 

25 

25 

37 

38 

39 

54 

36 

50 

50 

60 

38 

38 

40 

64 

54 

43 

38 

37 

53 

29 

34 
3 

63 

30 

37 

38 

36 

28 

31 
64 
38 
38 
38 
17 
7 
15 
48 
9 
13 
10 
7 
13 
12 
13 
10 
46 
46 
45.1 
45 
37 
10 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
10 
10 
8 
8 
28 
37 
44 
38 
69 
10 




Abigherm 

Ablgherm 

Abigoom 

Abll. 

Abila 

Abila 

AbiU Lysanise^.,...^ 40n 

Abild ..^^......^SS In 

X Abilene ^».>«~>..33 35n 
Abinger> v..^..^,..61 12n 
Abingdoit. >.>~>„.^51 40N 
Abingdon ^..,„,.JK 33n 
Abington >.>,^^.»>32 38n 
Abington ..>^..,^62 8n 
Abington «.»,»,««.«,.56 34it 
Ablstaiideh, Lake 33 Sn 
Abi siTA^.,,,,,^.„jaA 8N 
Abketticby .......^^^i 47n 

Abla ..~,>~~»>.,~«.^37 13n 
Abia .»... » .,«»..»..< 33 62N 



Abltisscrdaiii 

Ablis 

Abi 

t Abo 

Abuikna...'^. 

Abomey. 



1 5JN 

48 3()N 

2CN 

..J&X ION 

.^13 I5m 



38 

38 

38 

29 

37 

37 

37 

22 

30 

22 
8 
9 
9 
8 

10 

8 

10 

9 

9 

9 

10 

56 

10 

8 



Abondance ^^..AH 17n 
Abuiidie<».<..».»>..»^46 5n 
Abonteichug^....^l 68n 
JLuOO »«#»*«# « w»»#*<»,< 2 4 40N 
AlKM) Burka~»~~.28 59n 
Aboo Khan ^.^^...^l 36n 
Aborlan^..^....,^^.. 9 SON 

Abou Ahmed ^..^19 ISN 
Abou Oandir ...^JIQ 17n 
Abou-el Matamar 30 53N 
Aboufar,^^.~>.,.^29 30m 
Abou Feregeh .,...33 35n 
Abou GIrgeii,...«».28 32n 
Abou Ueregi .„^i3 39n 
Aliou Houal^,..^..,26 28m 
Abou Jane ^....^J^X 39N 
Aboudakiou ^^..^^^^SS 32N 
Abouitir, B.iy of^l 22n 
Aboukir, Castle ,.,31 ION 
Abou Kiintz~».».,l4 3SN 
Abou Soielat ^..,24 ON 
Aboiipar.is .,,.....,,13 30n 
Ab«)u SBOueyr,.,.„28 50M 
Abousel.'bbe Gl..„26 60n 
Abouiihar .,.„.,,»„28 7n 

AboutiJ .,«.,..,„.,.„27 In 
Aboyne ~~.~w.~~,57 4N 
Abni Pampa ~~.,22 lOa 
Abraliao.„...>..,.„,39 38m 
Abnmtes »~,».»,.39 28n 
Abnuites (Baliia) 12 458 
Abrets Let ,„.~.„45 .liN 
Abrollios, I. ......... 17 538 

Abrostola ~,~~.,.,.39 4n 
% Abrusso, Citra.w43 3N 
X Abniuo, Ultra...42 32n 
Abaemen ...„.„..,. 56 IOm 
Absyrtides Is. .,.,„44 4Sn 
Abt.Tlie ....„.,,...83 2tN 

Abubuz ,.„.„...~..40 3SN 
Abuel Aawad, H. 33 23N 
Abuna R. ......^..^ 9 ■'<0s 

Abuaaid .,.,....»,...., 3 6 5/ n 

• Abu Regimo»,..')3 S7N 



Abu Patera «~,,~..2» ION 
Abu 8ubbah,.,,.,...31 54n 
Abu Zabura Nahr 32 25n 
Abaheb.»..,.........30 67n 

Abus PL ..,,.^....53 50N 

Abvigo .,«».«.«««.,.»<46 i^On 
Abyad, el w. .,,...30 5SN 
Abydos Pt.~..,~»„40 13M 
Abydoa ................40 ION 

Abydos 36 llN 

Abyzia ..,»,.,..,«..30 42n 
Abzal, H. ,.,.,,^,.,31 4oM 
AcuaridoB Come ...,38 3SN 
X Aciidie ..,,„^^M> ION 
Acamas Pr.....~~, 35 Sn 



Acauibaro.„..»~,„20 3m 



Aciiuipiia R.. 
A cancan, R 
Aciiie. 
Aciuithus 
Acapuneta«.M.. 



41 42N 
.« 27N 
II 40m 
29 4SN 
22 43N 



69 64b 
69 63B 

67 9a 

35 54a 

36 9B 

35 54a 

36 19a 
8 58B 

36 8B 

34W 

1 17W 
83 4W 

8 22W 
I4B 
349w 

68 18B 
67 28b 

55W 

2 65W 
36 4B 

4 41B 

1 30B 
22 llB 
22 40B 
36 OB 

1 37b 
6 468 
8 47B 

33 48B 
72 4HR 

34 42B 
67 ina 

118 58B 
31 22B 
41 IIB 
33 ISB 
30 44B 

30 12a 

31 16B 
33 27a 
30 55B 
ai 22B 

32 lOB 

35 15a 

29 8B 

30 I4B 

30 8B 

33 26b 
33 la 
29 OB 
33 5«B 

32 2<)B 

33 8B 

4 58W 

31 21 a 
2 49W 

65 21w 
8 43W 
« I2W 

38 19W 

5 3.U 
38 34W 
31 54B 
14 18B 

13 34B 
25:iOB 

14 25a 

6 25B 
53W 

35 17B 
65 8W 
42 34B 
42 68B 
48 3a 
35 17B 
34 53B 
32 2IB 
low 
9 6B 
34 »)B 
26 6B 
S6 38B 
31 57b 
6 30W 
20 SOB 
■18 51B 

30 27b 
73 28W 
•M I4B 

KM) 3IW 
41 3CB 
(13 3W 
50 SOB 

31 IIB 
105 S6W 



38 
38 
38 
37 
87 
37 
37 
2S 
37 

8 

8 
48 
13 

8 
10 
39 
38 

8 
29 
37 
18 
15 
27 
27 
42 
42 
31 

17 
SO 
39 
43 
38 

40 

69 

36 

42 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

43 

37 

43 

43 

43 

42 

43 

42 

43 

43 

43 
9 

43 
9 

63 

30 

80 

54 

16 

54 

69 

31 

31 

69 
18 
29 
37 
68 
36 
36 
38 
37 
W 
60 
68 
17 
37 
36 



58 
34 
38 
69 
46 
69 
49 
69 
62 
68 
59 
49 



^ Acnecn,,... 4 3UN 

Acheen...,..,.,...,.. 5 35N 
Aehendoun Cas. ,.Ji7 25N 
Acherings ,^^....,..48 21if 

Acherlandw„.M.,..JI8 22N 
Aeheruda L. ...^..39 20n 
Achester ,.,.,.#»,#.. 58 30K 
Aclihen Cas..~«.„.Ji5 19N 
Achil Hd...MM.,»M53 68if 
Achil l8le..,«M.w~.53 58ir 
Achilbeg Isle .....^13 52N 
AchiliisI.,.»..M..,.,36 17N 
Aohii Sd. #.,.i.w.,»»..63 53N 



Acliilty L. .........67 34N 

Aehim..,«.... .......... .63 In 

Achimore ........^....Sg 8N 

Achin...~«..y.,.M....67 30n 

Achincar ,....,.«..,...55 34n 

Aciiindartai ....^,^67 3SN 

Acliindrain..,M...„ 66 ION 
Acliingill ..............58 3JN 

Achintore..<.~.#~..,J(5 66N 
Achintoul,....«.M..JS8 15n 

Achintoul Cas.,M.~S6 52n 
Acliita ....,.,.,...„«40 ION 

Achkaham..^,......, 57 44N 

Aclilinty ^..........M 47N 

Achlocliy ^.^......,,.56 47n 



Acliluchmn ^-.^mM 62n 
Acliluchran „...,.mJS6 5 In 
Achlyn e ,..«.«......«..86 36N 

Aciimacay .~~...„,S7 23n 
Acmacree «,.,..«.,.. S6 4(iN 
Achmaiady „„,»„57 31 n 
Aclimanarry..~w,,,.S6 5Sn 
Aclimarlunore,~«~S6 49N 
Achmere mmmm.m.55 40n 
Achmet Aga, „.~.')8 43n 
AchmetbaM,.„~~,,34 51 n 
Aclimore~.~~.~,.. ^7 20n 
Achmore....,....w„, .57 ZSm 

Aclimore ...>.,..,.,.,56 46N 
A( bmore„~~,..„, 66 28m 
Aclimore ...,~„,.~.66 3-tN 
Achnaclioiie .».~.~S7 I3n 
Achnadacii,..~~.~. 66 42N 
Acbnacraig ,.,..,.^.58 7n 
...... S6 On 

,,.,.,67 32N 

68 ISN 

'H I4N 
57 U>N 



Achnagaman 

Acimagows 

Aclinanaid 

Aclmaliowie. 

Aclmalmgh 

Achuakeck 

Aclinaikcn ..m,»mS8 I4n 

Achnamaddy ^.......56 22N 

Aclinaiiilar ...........66 48n 

Achnaakra ,..t„,JSl \^H 
Aclina Bteanlet ...68 26n 
Aclmavadie ^...^..JSl 2n 
Achnellen«MM..~~.58 25N 
AclmeM..,«..,.,„....JS8 16N 

Acholly, 

Ward of..»..,«..,..67 IN 
Achonry «m,.m.mm.>'>4 5n 
Achor, V. of .....31 52n 

AclipubU ,,....,..,...,66 60N 

Aciiranicb..«#>.,~,.66 36n 



Acliratsi, L. 

Achroy 

Achaall 

Achaliapn 

Acliaib 



.49 20N 









7N 
IN 

AcbumoreM,,.......,.JS8 2:?N 

Acliumor e ..~~..~..67 S9n 
Aciizib ................ 3 3 3n 



Aciorolo, T. dell. 

Aci Reale 

Acinas 

Acinaaii 

Acipadoa 

Acia R. 

Ackergiil 

Ackiin, L 

Ackworth 

Acle 

Acmonia 

Aconqu^Ja 

Aconia 

Acomb 

X Aconcagua 

Acortizal,R.. 

Acqun Sparta 

Acqui. 

Acquin 



4(1 IOM 
37 33N 

2 IN 
1 46N 

,37 4«N 

18 2f>N 

.22 SON 

3 4()N 
52 SON 
39 «IN 
'26 488 
35 24N 

12 l<8 



JK>#^'»#*»««»»^»»« 



ft«M#^>«»#W<^M«MI^ £ ' 



.20 KM 
42 41 N 
.44 4IN 
18 14N 



97 OB 

95 24B 

3 low 

11 49B 

8 6B 
333W 

20 33B 
337w 

3 31W 
10 13W 
10 Ow 

9 64W 
30 llB 

g64w 
436W 
9 SB 

4 6W 

5 2b 

2 16W 

5 21w 

3 2w 

6 14w 
3 4W 
6 I3W 
3 66W 

3 42W 
140 16B 

5 39W 

6 3W 
2 51W 

4 SOW 
4 65W 

4 21W 

2 3W 

3 61W 

2 12W 

5 9W 

3 60W 
5 43W 

23 29B 
48 32B 

5 33W 

3 14w 

4 12W 
4 I6W 

4 47w 
3 25W 

6 34W 

3 atw 

5 low 
3 48w 

3 6SW 

4 IW 

4 3W 
3 48W 
3 68W 

6 llw 

5 40W 
3 I7W 
3 3»W 

3 .MSW 

4 12w 

4 3UW 

2 19W 
8 43w 

36 36B 

5 12W 

5 47W 
74 23W 

3 l«W 

6 ?AV 
36 14B 
35 6B 

4 34W 
4 2«W 

35 7B 

14 SOB 

15 lOB 
3 12W 

43 OB 
20 42B 
15 I2B 

3 4W 
73 35W 

1 I9W 

1 31B 

36 60B 

65 58W 

106 14W 

1 7w 
70 :J5w 

63 6W 

13 3IB 

8 32B 

73 19W 



40 

40 
9 

93 

93 
9 

69 
9 

10 

13 

19 

19 

69 

12 
9 

31 
9 

19 
9 

10 
9 

10 
9 

10 
9 
9 

35 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

34 

69 

9 

9 

10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

9 



AUiUIlUS 

Aflana w.w..mi» , ...w..,. 37 
a nana #*»»»..,,..,„.37 

Adanea. 

Adaultit.. 

Adda, R. #...,..^... 46 

Adderley ........,..j>2 

Addingham .^...,.,.63 

Addyair. 

Adelaide 

Adelaide .,.^.,,.,....34 

Adelaide Port ^.,...34 
Adele Island «m.m,15 
Adelphl Islands ^..39 

Adet<l>erg 

Adelaltef 

Ademui 

Aden» Port of » 

806 MIBPmWM>MWWMI# 

Ademo . 





9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
12 
37 
9 
10 
46 
9 
9 
37 
37 
9 
9 
37 
32 
32 
.TO 
69 
34 
69 
10 
60 
7 
8 
69 
53 
49 
7 

53 
64 
31 
31 
50 



Adforton 
Adgerood ...«.M...«„30 
A'diiem R. ..^......,.34 

X Adiabene ^.^^.Jik 
Adienua R. ..^...^W 
Adige, R.. 

Adiri or Volia it. 
Adiraiah R. «,.«.,..3( 
AGiaiiBm *******m**» ^ \ 
AGjeioun ............dii 

Adjidia c ...~«....».«..4< 

Adiiud 

Adlan,. 

Auter, K. #..,.,....#.. 1 

Admiral Isle 

(Nova Zcmbla)74 
Admiralty Oay~»~l* 
Admiralty Bay.~~6( 
Admiralty Bay~~.4( 
Admiralty Gulf .^1^ 
Admiralty Is. *.,^^• 
Admiralty l8le>.~~s; 
Admiralty Isle~~~. i 
AdNonum(Ruina)3: 
Adolf. 
AQOnls ....^.........^..oi 

Adonts JHi...#»..#.....o^ 

Adony ...... .........41 



Adoraim 
Adorf, 

Adoumatis iaie 
Adpar., 
Adra 

Ailragool Bay.,»~Sl 
Admmpatam .w«~IQ 
A dnuuy ti ..^.......mSS 

Adramytti G, of.~,.^ 
Adramyttium .^.,...39 
Adratsliaw Bay .^,3<i 

A dr iana.~.~~~,~.~.3;i 
Adrian's Fountaiii3(] 
Adrianople, or 

Edn>neb.M,.M.«..4 1 
Adrianople ...m...,„4I 
Adriatic H ea ......~.4i 

Adrius M..,..w~~.,4; 
Adryaninn m»>..<w3! 
Adula M MM,M~^».,4( 

AdulU 1; 

Adullam ,,..,.,,„,,3 
Aduse R. ...~,„~~,3( 
Advent ...............0* 



y.,....*.^,,.^... 



...... ..,....,1 



Adventure B. 
Adventure P. 
Advocate Bay 
Adwany, 
Adwell . 
Adzcrbaliig 
Ae, Br. of. 

AeasR. 

iEcae~. 

Aecliillaeum,..~.~»~^ 

,£depaus 

Aegea„« 

Aegatea la 

Aegva^Mi 



S 



^*^^^^^^***** 



19 
9 



37 
9 



» 
37 
37 
9 
9 
37 
3-> 
32 



Adamuz ,.„.,,.„^ 4n 
Adan a .^.^.,^..J7 5n 

AwMT ft 00¥>0<0*t^m »»»»x 37 lIV 

t AdMw 37 low 

Adanea ...,.^.«..^ 3 7 isn 
Afl tt f B »#»<<»»#w»iM^<w^wwft3 33N 

Adaulttt .». ..89 fiif 

Adda, R. m~.m.««^0 SOif 
Adderiejr .....^.^sa 07" 
Addingham .^.^.^mAS 06ir 

Adelaide ....^..^.^.^ 28a 

Adelaide .«».,..>.,..J4 MS 
Adelaide Port ........34 48S 

Adele Island ........IS 6s 

Adelphl Iilands ...39 is 

AuOlpIll »#<tf»»ww#ww#ww»39 8N 

Adelalierg m..m>....w45,49n 

Adel«lietm..........>....49 24N 

Artemm „. .40 6n 

Aden, Port of» 

Aderno ...^...^^.....37 38N 

Adforton «.»mm......A3 20n 

Adgerood .......^^....SO 7n 

A'dhem B. ...»...«...34 SAN 

i. Adiabene ^.......^36 30N 

Adienus li. ............41 Stt 

Adige, R.............Ua UN 

Adir ................. I a 17n 

Adiri or Volia it. 6 UN 
Adirsiah B. ^.^.^..^ 37n 
Adisliam ^^^..^..^nll ISn 
Adjeloun m.».«mw.32 84n 
Adj|(ya c ............... 4 4 fiN 

Adlan ......................33 24n 

Admiral Isle 

(Nova Zcmbla)74 60N 
Admiralty Oay~^t3 8n 
Admiralty Bay......fi9 30n 

Admiralty Bay~.~40 55s 
Admiralty Gulf ...14 lOs 
Admiralty Ii. ^.....74 ON 

Admiralty l8le~»~A7 40n 
Admiralty Iile.~~. S 208 
AdNoiium(Buin8)33 31n 
Adolf #w..w..........wi> fi O UN 

aOOuIB .......... .....J' l lUN 

Adonis B...........^.o4 3N 

Adony ...............47 7n 



4 26W 
35 »■ 
35 181 
35 OB 
SI Ilea 

846W 
9 IW 
9 98B 

5 S9W 
1 53W 

71 51 

138 48B 

138 38a 

138 36a 

123 168 

24 Oa 

24 la 

14 14a 

9 26a 

1 isnr 

46 loa 



133 18a 
81 50a 

14 49a 

5 Slw 
32 25a 
44 28B 
43 36B 
4OS0a 
18 18a 

6 16a 

60a 
67 10b 

1 lia 
35 69B 
28 41B 
2(i 57B 
35 19B 

15 46B 



30 
36 
60 
36 
34 
13 
44 
31 
7 
1 
39 
41 
56 
56 
41 
34 
34 
23 
28 
29 
35 

43 
40 
34 
33 

8 
43 
38 
69 
59 
31 
42 
43 
38 

8 
37 
33 
33 
37 
23 



AB^IlT\.llUk 



Aesium ^^..,^,,^43 3()n 

LAestiaei .............57 On 
estnteus B. .......40 SON 



Adoraim .......#.....31 3In 

AClOri »......<......... ..DU 2UN 

Adoumatis isle 

Adpar.. 

Adra 



A<lrugool Buy......61 40n 

Adrumpa.tam .W...IO ION 
Adramyti.............39 37n 

Adniroytti Q, of^JSS »\n 
Adramyttimn .....«;)9 33N 

Adratsliaw Bi^ .w36 '^IN 
Adria ............^..^.45 3n 

Adriann.~>.............32 26N 

Adiiun's FounUiuJO 35s 
Adriunople, or 
Edn)neli..~....»...41 45n 

Adrianople ...^.....41 4;in 

Adriatic iiea....~.....43 3Un 

AdriuB M.............~.43 ION 

Adryanian .......^37 61n 

Adula M MM.M....M46 45n 

Adulis ......-^...^15 ON 

AUullam ............31 HDH 



55 OB 3,35 

61 UW 60 
139 60W 
173 66B 
126 OB 

56 OB 
134 SOW 
147 OB 

36 saa 

13 OB 

36 44B 

35 3»B 

18 61 a 

35 SB 

18 19B 
73 40B 

4 iHW 
3 iw 

36 2ua 
9 42w 

79 2i>B 
27 SB 

26 40B 

27 SB 
30 35B 
11 62B 
20 16B 

19 5UB 



Aduse B. ...«,.M..M.36 36N 

Advent ...............JtO 40N 

Adventure B. ......43 208 

AUvuntmre P. ....^.47 58 

Advocate Buy M.....4S 21N 

Adwany...M...........15 37N 

Adwell .............. J>7 4IN 

Adzcrbollig .~..wmJS4 61)N 
Ae, Br. of.........~.-55 UN 

Ma,.,,.,..,^ 43 KIN 

Aeas B. ..»w~.«.~...40 32n 
^ctte............,...~.41 22N 

Aecliillaeuin......~.^5 21n 

.£depsu8 .........^.38 SON 

Aegoo :vi 60n 

Aegatesls. ...~.~.3U ON 
Aegca.....~~..~.~.~.4U &6N 



45 
67 
41 

8 
45-1 
41 
87 
26 
37 
37 
83 
37 
88 
39 

8 
30 
37 
13 
39 
36 
36 
69 
36 
31 
59 
44-1 



26 33B 
26 35B 
15 OB 
18 46B 

38 37B 
8 26B 

39 60B 

35 la 
4 67a 
4 38W 

147 30B 

167 42B 

64 34W 

77 SOB 

1 ow 

9 68B 

3 36W 

42 6B 

19 Mm 

15 12B 

36 30B 
23 2B 
36 4Ua 
18 lOB 
S3 SB 



8 ^tliiopii .........27 SON 

1 iEthiopia Inter. IS On 
i Ethiopia (Supra 
Egyptian) ..M.....15 On 

JEtna Mount ........37 45n 

* Aeysyw..........«..26 Son 

Atlilffliy o*<w«>##<ww»wwM*l 1 oUN 

Affafries R. .........57 82N 

Affaric ................57 16n 

A&ric Loch...»..«.Ji7 16N 
Affeltrange m~.»w47 32n 
Afferden .........^...51 SON 

Affleck la.~»..~.....56 32n 



■AfinOO ^.....^.........lo oQN 

Anoltem ............47 3N 

Affouli ........M.....33 36N 

± Afghanistan .......33 On 

i Afglianistan .......33 On 

Afile 31 32N 

Afioni Kara Hiss. 38 46n 

Afka 

Aika 



t Africa 
Africana 



33 

60 
6 

59 

36 

59 

68 

37 

44 
8 
57 
57 
46 
39 
8 
25 
10 
59 
59 
59 
69 
34 
69 
.■)9 
59 



Afognack Isle ~~...68 IOn 
Afoninska ...^..^..64 2SN 

Africaners Kr».~..28 2s 

* Afta, R.»....~...26 On 

Allolar ................43 56'i 

Afuer;-. ......^........ytZ 52N 

Aga Bi^ab ...........34 36n 

Agably ................26 36n 

Agadeer, or Santa 

• Againan»~~~~.34 20n 
Agara..~~.....~~.~..S7 On 

Agiirasondo ..^.....24 SON 

Agata................~37 42N 

S Agatliyrsi ..~~...5S 46n 
Agutlia S. mm~mmw46 SN 
Agatlionisi Is. ..^..37 29n 
Agattoo Isle....w...52 SON 

Agbor B. ............25 26N 

Agulia MMMM~.~..13 488 



6 15B 

7 37B 

13 30a 
25 OB 
83 12B 
62 30a 

14 OB 



18 
17 
69 
58 
69 
60 
68 



S3 oa 
15 OB 
44 SOB 
I4 40B 
1435a 

4 41nr 
6 6W 

5 14W 
8 oa 

6 OB 
8 46W 
5 Oa 

7 43a 

35 SOB 
66 OB 
66 oa 

4 46W 
30 SAB 

36 SB 
36 oa 

153 OW 
33 60B 
30 OB 1,43 

8 16W 30 
80 SIB 
50 SOB 
27 S7B 

333W 

65 43B 

50B 



58 
50 
85 
43 
43 

9 

9 

9 
17 
18 
10 
43 
17 
37 
38 
36 
44 
36 
36 
37 
45-1 

27 



Ag-dasa. or Agadesl6 16n 

Agenhu ^..............26 34n 

Agency ...............33 28n 

A§^r #>»»#»^w#»»^»»^w»4 1 ooN 

Agerbe ..........^.....43 16n 

Agers Isle .......^...55 ISN 

Agerskov ......~...66 26n 

Aggebye ^.^^.^...54 46n 
Agger.».......>i....w.>..56 48n 

Aggeres ......»......J9 SON 

t Aggerhuus .~.~.60 SON 
Aggemess.~...M.~...55 37N 
Aggerwhow ..^.....JUi Utt 

Aggerswold ...~m..J(6 41 n 

AggiUS MMMM.mMM.4U 65N 

Agnabalog mmmm.51 67n 
Agliacroa8MMMMMM62 16n 
Agliadowey mm.mm65 2n 
AghadownMMMMMMAl 32s 
Aghale e MMMM.MMM54 SIN 
Aglmnloo ^.^^.^.■.f^^S 6n 
Aglianunshln MM..54 5UN 
Agliavea 64 1«n 

AghlaM.MMMMMMM.64 60N 

Aghnagarrv mmmm.52 6n 
Aglmagar Br. mmm6I .^Sn 
Aghnamullen mmm64 On 
Aghole S3 6!)N 

Aghrim MMMMMMM.53 62N 

Agia Anna C. mmmSS 63n 
Agia Anna, C.mmm38 53N 
Agia Marina mmm38 64n 
Agiana ^,,,*.,^*t*^ 36N 
Agidinos .mm.m.m.38 57n 
Agill a <.M....M.>«..MJ>4 62N 
Agincourt, or 
Asincour ^.^^..^^ 27n 

Agio Basilo ^.,,.,^17 I2N 
Agio Eustathio I. 36 46N 
Agio Giorgio I.wm:)7 S8n 
Agios AntomoB m.43 ON 
Agios 
Mokolaous, P.M.:i7 42N 

AgiUm .MMMMM....38 ISN 



.......Ml 



Agriiiu M 

Agrilium 
Agrio Votani 

AgritiO M.MM..MI 



m40 



8N 
IN 
SN 



9 45W 
40 48B 
78 Oa 
90 46B 
20 46B 
25 OB 
S4S9B 
87 3B 

173 Oa 
65 57B 
72 15W 

8 35B 
36B 

137 18B 

90 19W 

42B 

39W 

U lOB 

9 17B 
11 l!)B 

8 14B 
101 OB 

10 OB 

10 2lB 

9 7B 

11 26B 
9 SB 
8 46W 

8 32W 
6 41W 

9 18W 
6 17W 

6 67W 

7 43W 

7 27W 

8 low 

9 47W 

10 13W 
6 67W 
6 IW 
8 3W 

23 26B 
23 26B 

22 32B 
21 SIB 

23 21 B 

21 12a 

3 8B 
48 65B 

22 I6B 

24 .3(iB 

23 SOB 
34 20B 

S3 56B 
23 SB 



.38 

10 19N 

1 8»N 

.21 208 



AgropoU 

AgtM. 

Agua 

Agiia Alta, or 

Wag Water R. 18 16n 
Agua Castlo..,M....20 21s 
Agua Clan mmmm.16 12s 
Agua Neura mmm35 S6s 
Agua la ..MMMM.....28 24N 
Aguada m.mmmmmm24 408 

AgUadilbtMMMMMMiS SON 
AgU^lO MMMMMMM.S4 ON 

AgualulcOM.MM..M.20 66N 

AgUalUlCOU.MMMMM20 3SN 

Aguanangas MMMM. 1 12N 



44 

36 

68 

39 

34 

68 

SS 

36 

35 

38 

52 

42 

16 

65 

48 

29 

29 

25 

26 

26 

25 

68 

26 

25 

25 

25 

33 

13 

13 

12 

13 

13 
13 
13 
13 
IS 
13 
13 
12 
13 
12 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
24 

15 
69 
34 
34 
Sti 
36 

34 
34 



Aguas Blancas, R. S SON 
Agtias Calientes m.33 On 
Aguatria R. mmmm.8 408 

AgUdO MMM...M.M.. 3 8 64)N 

Aguiar *«.....^.........m3" zon 

Aguila, Pt. MMMM.38 .37N 
Aguilar e Campo 42 48n 
Aguila% T. de Jos 37 2aN 

A{(llUle ^»#»«»»<<SK»»»»<»»19 Sc8 

Agiida, Point ,,,^ 5 56s 
Agiile, C. La. mmmII 66N 
Agulgaom.MMM.MMl8 16N 
Agulon, C'apeMMM39 18n 
Agustesliuer mmmm.8 4n 

Agwisseowik mmmC8 I6n 

Ahadad .36 86N 

Alinmplish mmmmJM S5n 
Ahane mmmmmmm.58 40n 
AhanguroMMMMMMSO 10s 

AllUr M ....M..M.M.M .38 SON 

Ahaidurra mmmm.32 46n 
Ahascrali ^„^,.^,,^S3 84n 

AhaUS M.MMMM.M.62 SSN 

Aheeiyon mmmmmm.IS 46n 
Ahem ,.,,.,„„„ ^ 62 6n 



'Aligherin mmmm.m..3-2 45n 
A hilar t»,0»»t,,, ^ ^^9 26n 



Allien 
Alimar, El 



61 46n 
.25 56N 



Ahmar, Koum el 25 ON 



Alimedabad. 
Ahmediiugger . 
Ahmedpoor. 



23 5IN 

19 ION 
.29 ION 



Ahmet BeglooMMM38 2UN 
AhmukMMMMMMM.33 24N 
Ahmundan mmmm.30 38n 
Alimundan m.mmm30 S5n 

AllOghill MM.MMMM.64 51 N 
AllOOna MMMMM.M.21 ON 
AhOU MMM..M.. MM. 2 8 SIN 

Ahou mmmmmmmmm28 sin 
Ahrae mmmmmmmm.65 ISn 
Alirase O. m... mm... 35 SON 
Alurensboek mmmm.63 69n 
Ahsa, El mmmmmmSO 37n 
Ahsy, W. el mmmmSI 2n 

Ahtlia, W. el 29 44N 

Ahu Ahu mmmmmmSU 68 
Aliunriou R mmmm. 1 lUS 
Aliuaytia Para- 
na B. ............... 1 458 

Ahus mmmmmm...mJK> 57n 
AhwasRs. mmmm.31 22n 

Ai mmmmmmm.mmmS1 64N 

Aia-Burun mmmm.44 20n 
Ainps, R. m.mmm45 30n 
Aialon mww.m.mmm.31 52 n 

Alas M.MMMMM.M..26 UN 

AlasalfikMMM.MM...37 S8N 
Aiiiten »<#»»^tfxi»«w>^i»*»»3 UN 
Aibar mmmm.mm — 45 8Sn 
Aiblinff M#M##Mw#MMi^7 A^^ 
Aicli mmmmm.mmm.48 2;lN 
AichachMMMMMMM.48 27N 
± Aidin MM...M..M..38 SN 

AidOglaMMMMMMM.43 SQN 

Aidoon m.m»mmmm.S8 31 n 

Aidoi MM.43 30N 

Aigella mmmmmmm.65 26n 
AtgeUMMMM AB 40n 

Aigi R. M.M.M...M..S8 9N 
AlghtOn MMMMMMM.53 SiN 

Aigle ^^^^^^^^^^^^'^'^tM 18N 
Aigle, leMMMMMMM.48 46N 
AigrefeuiUe mmmm.47 4n 



so i>B 
>3 SOB 
83 la 
14 67B 

6 86B 
66SSW 

76 49W 

66 SOW 

69 6W 

67 46W 
1 10 42W 

70 S7W 
07 19W 
0a67w 

103 32W 
103 3UW 

76 25w 

86 40a 

70 4KW 
lot Hiw 

74 32W 
4 44W 

7 44W 
1 3SB 
4 low 

I 4IW 
65 »HW 

81 low 
74 SOW 
/6 4IIB 

10 2;iw 
77 ;« « 

SOSOK 

82 low 

68 64IB 

8 a'lw 

8 2UW 
49 UW 
47 2B 
61 66b 

8 lllw 

6 S!)B 
S3 4!tB 

8 »w 
M 64B 
47 IIB 

7 SOB 
33 l-IK 
32 4UB 
72 3i)B 

74 47B 

71 2UB 
47 3SK 
64 6<!B 
67 48a 
67 40B 

6 22W 

75 34 B 
66 2;>B 
S6 2SB 

4 UW 
14 20B 
10 37B 
36 6Ua 
35 60a 
S3 42a 

175 oa 
74 45W 

65S5W 
14 14a 
4tt48B 
35 17a 
S3 SOB 
74 15a 

35 15B 
32 20B 
83 60a 

27 SSB 

36 24a 
3353a 

12 la 

13 isa 

II 8B 

28 lOa 
27 IB 
35 58B 
S7 17a 
31 SB 
13 58B 
40 SOB 

3 -MW 
6 StIB 

aOB 

1 84W 



M 

69 
34 
34 
.'<3 
18 
S3 

SO 
53 
63 
63 
49 
63 
SO 
49 
49 
40 
59 

ao 

68 
49 
58 
30 
30 
29 
SO 
29 
53 
63 
SO 
39 
44 
39 
36 
45 

a% 

13 
18 
54 
36 
38 
13 
SI 
38 
13 
38 
38 
31 
43 
43 
89 
30 
89 
38 
38 
38 
39 
IS 
30 
38 
38 
10 
33 
85 
43 

67 
S3 

59 

26 

38 

87 

98 

85 

37 

36 

43 

60 

37 

38 

99 

93 

93 

36 

S3 

37 

33 

94 

93 

38 

i 

u 



INDEX TO BLAC 



Hutu. 



IlAT. 



fiOHO. 



Na.ov 
Hat. 



i!i 



111 ni 



JkigvAucK «mmmmimm38 On 
Aiguebelle^.«.«~~^S 31n 
Alguepene ,,,,.,,.^6 Sn 
Aiguerino .......~~<..35 18N 

Aiguesmortea .....~.43 34N 

Aiguillon .,...^,..^44 18N 

All ..^> 10 ION 

Ai-fn ^...>^...«».ja 34N 
Aikin Mt...><>^^^ 51s 

Ailali >..».>~.^...»^2» aiN 

Allah ^^ 89 33N 

Ailberton ».»««»».>».J1 43iT 
Alliglii ##»»>*#*»»*»»#» fi 7 34it 

Allnaeh R. <..^^.57 9N 
Allsii Ruck <....~~^'U 13N 
Ailsli L. «.,^,^>..«,J8 3if 
Ailu IrIo ...^«..~.»0 On 

AllUStW #<»»«*<WWMMWWI»»Ott 31N 

t Ain, Depart- 
inrat of mmmwmmm46 3n 

Aln MiM^tfl U iiii##a>i»» M lill S«IN 

AlnelAnlak ,..,,M Ss 
Ain Abu Siiwiirah 2» 3Sn 
Ain el Adak.^,~^^ .W 
Ain Amour ^. — ..M 40N 
Ain Booboo ......^...SS 17n 

Ain el Cooiii «,~.«..35 12n 
4ln Diie ..«~^>^.36 3SN 
Ain al Gebiil ...,.~3K ION 
Atn el.~~>~~.~~~~2!) 3N 
Ain el Hudliera .^H 43N 
Ain el Scanderoul 33 9n 
Ain el SImgh .....M 42n 

Ain el Wa«it ,,„,M 80s 
Ain el Weilch .»»>an 40N 
Ain HaUIara..M..~.^ 22n 
Ain HiOlali ^^....^l SON 

Ain Hawara.........99 24N 

Ain Hareir ,,.,..,.^2 4n 
Ain lidy ^.»^.31 S9N 



Ain Ran eL^ 
Ain I 
Ain Slienu 
Ain Yela 



as UN 

8N 
31 4SN 

immm>mIi tan 



Ain>el-and «m.mm^3 49n 
Aina *»»^*#<Mwiw<so**»>»38 47N 
Aitiada ,^«..<..>..^4I 49n 
Aina^jik ..~,^...»..40 A3N 
Aincli Oliienl .......JS ION 

Ainnette ^..>~>....^ 9n 

Aintioa ,.,^.,,^,^3 19n 

Ainigheul ^.>w40 3N 

Ainort *>«>»»(«#o»»wwwxw#o/ i/ii 
Ainsa ~.~..~>...<>,.^« I7N 
Ainslie Lake^...,.,U6 ION 
Ainstable ~.~.>.....54 49N 

A in tree ~»~...,..m«J(3 89n 
Aio Vansili C. ,.,.^1 4N 
A ion Meiluk .^^.JM SON 
AiotGeorgios ....«,37 SON 
Aiosidero ^^^^^37 30n 
Aloiirendi ,«^.,>,..,.^ SSn 

Air, or Offii, 

Point of ^..^.^.^..JSS itlN 
Air ind Calder C. 53 4tN 
Air Wadi ««,/...»^.^32 49n 



AIrd 
Aird 
Aiid 

Aiid, Th< 
Aird, Point of 
Aird Vula 
Aird Mom 
Airdoamish 

Airdlair 

Airdle Stmili 

Airdrie 

Airdi 

Airdle 

Airdveg 

Aira 

AIF0 f^0**4 

Airiy 



~J>8 I8N 
.~57 4N 

i? 50N 

98 16N 

.57 4IN 

....^57 15N 

/~05 30N 

.87 8(»N 

^1 44N 

...^J^ 40N 

V.J15 A3N 

35N 

49N 

•*****Jt/ 28N 

.....^^^ 41 N 

KO 38N 
......>>56 39N 



Aimtully 

AJrolc 

Alrth 

A I rf one #oi.»»#»»#i<»»»»»Do ] on 
Airton mntmtt—Ak In 
Airvolt >^w.~...M.^6 BON 



87 28S 
6 16B 

3 IIR 
S3 33B 

4 IOr 
191 

76 SOB 

36 34B 

147 53B 

3 Wr 
35 Ob 
35 OB 

9 3317 

5 37W 
58 43R 

332W 
5 8W 

4 53W 
170 OB 

3 3lvir 



36 
31 
16 
33 
16 
16 
58 
37 
56 

1 
59 
50 

8 

9 
S7 

9 
10 

9 

1 

9 



16 
37 
37 
43 
36 
43 
37 
36 
43 
36 
60 
43 
37 
43 
43 
37 
43 
37 



598B 
as 6B 
37 7B 
32 40B 

37 lOB 
30 13B 
3S I7b 

38 53b 
S9 5BB 
41 2IB 
34 22B 

34 26b 

35 19b 
30 35B 

34 40B 

35 20B 
32 57B 
as 33B 
32 57B 37,43 
35 4/B 37 
3ft 86B 

35 14B 
I 50b 

54 58B 

4 46vir 

4 48W 

9 9W 
97 58B 
97 1»B 

28 50b 

36 14b 
1 33W 

29 36B 
6 6W 
llB 

61 19W 

9 4Svr 
87 22b 

957W 
38 13B 

9 I3W 
92 40B 
21 40ie 
27 lOB 

3 12W 



Ainibad ». 

% Alano, iJi'pitrU 



.~33 I8N 



3 lOnr 
OSftw 

3S5!)B 
6 IlW 

5 56w 
A34W 

6 13V 

6 t8w 

7 26W 

4 17W 
6 6w 

6 30W 
327W 
359nr 

5 23nr 
3 51 

7 am 

17wr 
9 24B 
068nr 
3 6W 
3 97W 

8 3eB 
3 47w 
353vr 

9 Wr 
t^ 

142 I5B 
62 19B 



37 
37 
44 

5 
44 
44 
99 
33 
33 
36 
37 
16 
36 

9 
99 
46 

7 
60 

7 
36 
44 
34 
34 
36 

9 

i 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

9 
16 
15 

i, 

10 

17 

10 

10 

7 

13 

35 
38 



Hamm. 



Lat. 



IiOHH. 



Mu.o» 
Map. 



Kami 



Lai. 



Lom. 



Akkruin 

Akkum 

Akianak 

Akiudi 

Akmagali ... 

Akmetchot 

Aknur. 

Akobe, 

AkoJogoli 

A KOI A #^*i«»*^ 



47N 
25N 
55N 

45 36N 

32 5«N 

32 3.'N 

25 ON 

.,♦.^.20 40n 

31 N 



Akouglan 

Akra 

Akrabeli .>.~...~.^32 IIN 

Akradliies la. .~~36 46N 

Akrata ...^^....JSi 9n 

Akrobat Ft .^.,..JIi\ 4flN 
Akrobel ^^..^.^.M 33n 
Akaai R. ^.....,.....43 43n 

Akaenika .......,^^46 6n 

Akaerai ...«>...,.,,.m38 I9n 
Akaibouk ^w~~~41 IIn 
Akaou ^...«^.^<».40 7n 

Aktchim 60 97n 

Aktelwli «.~..»..^.42 4n 
Akukmunda R. .J3(i 15N 
Al llowaali ^...^..33 55n 
Al Kadder ...^...JUi 34n 
Al Nahralm .,^^35 49n 
Al Obeid .....,.....< 13 45N 

Ala«~.. 45 45N 

AlaUrilladelRio 34 27n 
Ala Koi^..^...»,^.S8 4UN 
% Alaltaiim .^.».^33 On 
Alabama R. ^...,^....^1 inN 
Alabanda »..»..~.»,37 33n 

Alabli ^.........^1 I IN 

Alachure ^..,...^36 25N 
Atacranea Ialea,.,„^2 3i>N 
Aladag Mountaina 40 18N 
Atadcnala.^.......,»^2 24N 

Ala^Jular ^......,,^1 53n 

Alaqiiun ,..^...^^41 38N 
Alacjoa ^.......41 SK)N 

93as 

I 51N 

.^0 42N 

3AN 

4 7N 

[» 50N 
«~..~..39 45N 



Alagoaa. 

Alagon 

Alagon R. 

Alah Dagh 

Ateia 

Abik-dagli 

Ahik-dnKli 

Alaktoug^ Lake~^5 3UN 

Alalo .....,...,,.^.....41 I3N 

Alaloa.»,>>,.....,^^.25 358 

Alameda .........^.^.^ ]8n 

Alameda 

AInmilla 

Alamillo ^„„.„J3a 36N 

Alainornoclio .....^28 SXii 

Alnmoni ^.....,.^.,38 55n 

Alan Buguk...,..^.37 On 
Aland lain .............60 12n 

Alandu 58 6n 

Alanieli ..„, 36 32n 

Alanien .,„■.... ...36 ."Hn 



i0 35N 



..37 66N 



Afauikini .. 

Alapapa R. .........jo 92n 

Alap o .\u 408 

Alar Wad ..............30 dlv 

Alargate AlloCayalS 6n 
AlargateaCo. .......^15 20n 

§ Alarodii~........^49 ON 

Alaroth .......31 53N 

Alaaaio .».....44 In 

Alaaaona ...^.^......39 55n 

Alatamaha R. .....31 20n 

Alatanuha8d......JI 20N 

AInterva ..,«.,.»....fi6 8n 

Alatyr 54 40N 

Alaiiil 9 138 

Amjr»^»^*a»o»^Mi»*Kwww^ 3 D 34 ff 

Alay8Fucena......49 5n 

Alaymoalo8..........97 2?N 

Alasiin R ».....40 52n 

Alb. R. 47 atN 

Alb« ......42 .'(N 

Alba (Piedmont) 44 47n 
Alba de Tonnee ....41 On 
Alba Longa, Envir. 

of Rome 
Alba Pollentla..»...44 50n 
Albaoetc >„^m<^,.J80 On 
Albaeva...... w i...... 54 4flN 

*»-'' rj 35N 

Albolade ............37 57N 



5 49B 

65 35B 

165 5B 

23 94R 
51 8B 

33 5lB 
74 .^5R 
78S4B 
68 38b 
77 9b 
46 55B 
37 Ob 
35 91b 

24 24b 
99 93B 
67 58B 
67 58B 
46 45B 
49 34B 

34 3B 
44 38B 
39 29B 
71 3I)B 
57 50B 
97 58B 
79 15b 
43 55a 
43 30b 
41 12B 

30 OB 
II SB 

105 9awr 

43 12B 
86 5017 

88 5nr 

28 9B 

31 25B 
7 42B 

89 40W 
33 1SB 
95 54B 
94 44B 

35 38B 

5 9»r 

44 55nr 
35 6317 

1 3617 

6 4317 

31 4UB 
4 4B 

43 40B 
43 I5B 
77 OB 

46 41B 
60 4IW 

4 4ftw 

6 .-»17 

105 3017 

4 47W 
101 4017 

3 617 
&198B 

90 OB 

5 1817 

32 OB 
32 OB 

29 51B 
83 1017 
63 «0W 

34 IIB 
82 20W 
82 2717 
3557a 

47 30b 

35 I2B 
8 lla 

32 I2B 
81 3017 
81 3017 

3 2517 
46 3Sa 
79 417 
32 3a 
13 96B 
109 417 
46 52a 

8 9a 
13 28B 

a 6a 

53017 



8 4a 

1 5517 

53 SOB 

44 8a 

8 9017 



18 
38 
35 
34 
.'» 
28 
.*» 
39 
39 
39 
2S 
35 
37 
34 
34 
39 
38 
98 
9H 
36 
28 
36 
35 
97 
33 
3!l 
36 
36 
36 
42 
23 
49 
36 
48 
4H 
50 
86 
44 
49 
36 
33 
S3 
36 
SO 
64 
54 
29 
30 
36 
16 
36 
36 
35 
98 
53 
SI) 
Sf 
4» 
SO 
49 
SO 
36 
87 
9 
36 
36 
S6 
48 
M 
43 
50 
49 
36 
50 
37 
31 
33 
48 
48 
68 
27 
52 

on 

59 
40 
98 
tt 

SI 
31 
SO 

31 
50 
99 
>7 
36 



Aiby .. 4.1 56N 

Alnala 'Yi 29N 

AUiala... . M6 58n 

Alcala^.... .wtO S7N 

Alcala de Chisvert 40 20n 
Alcala le Real ......37 33n 

Alcala de Guidara 37 22N 
Alcala de loa 
Cvazuiea ..............oo zHN 

Alcaide ............... .12 458 

.36 53N 
~41 3N 



Alcancin ...w 
Alennia .......... 

Alcantara, S. 

Pedro ...>............ 6 388 

Alcantara ............ 2 158 

Alcantara ..~..»...~.39 41 n 
Alcantarilla ..^..^JXJ 57n 
Alcantaro, River 37 44n 
Alcarez ..................3W 47n 

Alearei, Sra. de ...38 SON 
Alcaaaaba ........~..34 IOn 

Aleatnuaei laland 24 38 
Aloaudete....M~~~.37 41n 

AlcasardeSt 

Juan ...............39 25n 

Alceitel. .34 On 

Alceeter............... 52 I.IN 

Alclianka »..........52 24n 

Alcino, Mt .........43 ION 

Alcira...,......,......:» 7n 

^LICOINIyA <f»^mmw0m»*03& «>4n 

Akrobasa ............ 3 368 

— 40 32N 

i i»«w^»o^KWM<anKj4 On 



.38 49N 




37 55N 



Alcobendaa 

Alcobile 

Alcocer 

Aloodia 

Alcoentre 

Alcolea 

Alcolea 

Alcolea 

Alconbiir 

Alconchel 

Alconeta ............30 4In 

Alcoutim ........,..^7 31 N 

Alcovert .....^..^...41 I8n 

Alcoy. R. .............J19 On 

Alciibillo ..............41 3KN 

Alcuda ...^..........37 9<iN 

Alcudia 39 51 N 

Aldabn lalc..^...... 9 158 

Aldan, R. ..^.........63 45n 

Aldborough ........J4 6N 

Aldborougli ............53 49n 

Aldbomugli .........62 8n 

Aldborough .........52 53n 

Aldborough .............JS4 30N 

Aldcham ...............57 20n 

AMea ............>.... 17 138 

Aldea de Tliome».l7 508 
Aldea doa Mon- 
dniciia .............. 4 Us 

Aldea Gallega «.~38 42n 
Aldea Ponte~.......40 I8n 

Aldeadavila...........41 19n 



..40 21 N 



Aldeanueva. 
Aldelaugh, C. .......57 2AN 

Aldenaw ............50 35n 

Aldcniinm ,....». 57 4(in 

Alderbnry .^.......^51 3n 

AMennan la. ^^...36 58s 
Alderminater ......Jta 8n 

Alderminiton .......Jil 22N 

Aldemey lale ...^...49 49N 
Alderaton .............55 58n 

Alderton ..............62 In 

Alderton ............ 59 7n 

AiuiorQ ...............53 8N 

Alutcii .......... ..I. P I 93n 

Aldie ..................'w SON 

Aldinga B. 

Aldingen 

Aldington ..,.,.....,..61 tm 

Aldourea ............56 SON 

Aldridge ...........59 S6n 

Aldiitono Moor..»...64 48n 
Aldawortli ............Jl 47n 

Aldiaclian............57 In 

Aldiimlde ,.,,........86 258 

Aldvaid. „ ............56 53N 

Aldwinkle ............59 97n 

Ale R. 55 SON 

Ale W. 56 SIN 

Aleabad..ww»........36 36N 

lei 



^•MMkMWtfWf 10B 
#*»*»»««XWW*4P 4N 



9 8B 
6 low 
5 7w 

3 9417 
2la 

4 13W 

5 4217 

5 38W 
61 017 

4 llw 

417 

49 017 

44 23nr 

6 44W 

1 20W 
15 15B 

2 3817 

3 3017 

8 5317 

45 3017 

4 I3W 

3 1.117 

125 22B 

I 5.117 

4.-< 40B 

11 28a 

02717 

5 26B 

9 017 
49 2017 

3.38W 
35 43b 

5 1517 
9 Ow 
8 ft/W 

3 2217 

SB 

4 .1917 

17 

65617 

6 1.4W 

7 20W 

1 7B 

03317 

917 
3 1517 
3 1517 

3 lOa 
46 SOB 

127 lOa 

1 9917 

617 

1 36a 
I 14a 

I 4117 

332W 
40 9617 
40 1917 

56 017 

8 58W 
6 4517 
6 3117 
6 5017 

4 417 
6 SIB 

3017 

1 4517 
176 48 

I 4017 

1 917 

9 1217 
3 4717 
I Km 
5617 
9 5IW 
056B 
8 9417 

77 41W 
138 87b 

8 42K 

59a 
3 817 

1 6417 

9 87W 
1 4617 
3 58 

64 3217 
3 9817 
3117 
9 3517 
9 4417 

61 SIB 



TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAJ. 






IiAI. 



LONO. 



Ho. or 
Map. 



le 

dn 

is. 



0»»»*l«i<>*l»<l»*0* 



ttara, S. 



.a6 A3N 
^1 3N 



,6388 
. 9 1S8 

tan V 41 N 

tarilla ..,„,..^ 67^ 
two, River 37 44n 

Bi, Bra. de .~38 30n 
mba ».,.»......^ ION 

ruMi Uand 84 3a 

d6t6 m«mvmimwm37 41N 

nrdeBt 

tel. . » .. . >....34 8N 

13 13N 

ION 
7N 

JiO A3N 
«.^34N 





ntre 
ea 



16 30N 
J9 8n 



bury ^^^**.A% S4n 

chelMWM###MM38 34lf 

ttin <w»#»*###<w>»3/ win 

ert «. .41 18N 




ra Iile..^.^,.. 9 Ifis 

I xC* #»»*«<»* « >#i».03 4AN 

rough ...«..«.J>4 AN 
rough .~,~.~.fl3 4ftN 

rough «. ftg 8N 

rough «..,~<...58 fi3N 
ough .^......M SON 

.m ... — .....fl7 SON 

17 13> 



^>*^o*»^*i»*#*^<***<» I 




jjfJirjfjfrrfrfr--^-*^ A5N 

.-46 SSN 
w40 S7N 
»deChUvert40 SON 
I le Rent ......37 33n 

\ de Oiiidara 37 82N 
I de loa 

;ulei ..»~~..~34 28N 
.12 4S8 



de Tliome..,!? fiOa 
doi Mon> 

IIB <w^<w#M>«#i«w»» 4 118 

Gallega .~~38 42N 
Ponte.MiM~.40 18N 
lav»a«~.~~.41 19N 
lueva .........40 SIN 

ugh, C. .~~.57 SAN 

iiry «wwwww»'w fl i «in 
Mn Is. «~~.3f) fiSS 
lirater ~~~A2 8n 
liniton ~~~ill SSN 
ley Iile ~.wt9 49n 
ton ..~....~~M 58N 

IN 
7N 

8N 

3N 

S3N 

tern 

in 

4N 

6N 
MN 
36N 
48N 
47" 

IN 

8M 
OSN 
87" 
SON 

SIN 

36N 



Ion »»*^*<>«»i«w#gi 



«««#«««#«* 



»OD 



re ~~. M 

10 Moor«.»~54 
rtli ~~.JH 




8 SB 
6 low 
A 7W 

3 84W 
9IB 

4 13W 
A49W 



16 
44 

30 
SO 
89 
30 
30 



8 38W SO 

61 Ow S9 

4 llw 30 

4ir 89 



49 Ow 

44 83nr 

6 44W 

1 SOW 

IS 15B 

8 38W 

3 30w 

9 S3W 
4A SOW 

4 13W 

3 I3W 

ISA 22a 

) &-IW 

4:i 40a 

II 88a 

S7W 

5 86B 
9 OW 

49 SOW 

338W 

35 43a 

5 I5W 
9 Ow 
8 fijw 

3 nyr 
Aa 

4 3»w 

17 
686W 

6 19W 

7 SOW 

1 7« 
033W 

9w 
3 lAw 
3 lAW 
3 lOa 

46 30B 
197 lOa 

1 99w 
i> 6w 
1 36a 
1 I4B 
1 41W 

3 3Sw 
40 S6W 
40 low 

M OW 

8 88W 
6 4AW 
6 3IW 

8 AOW 

4 4W 
6 Ala 

20w 

1 4AW 
176 48 

I 40W 
1 OW 

9 I9W 
3 47W 
1 AOW 
A6W 
9 8IW 
0S6a 
8 34W 

77 41W 
138 37B 

8 42B 

89B 
3 8W 

1 54W 

9 27W 
1 46W 
3 83 

64 39W 
3 98W 
31W 
3 3SW 
3 44W 

81 81 a 



84 
A4 

30 
29 
3S2 
S9 
99 
44 
54 
30 

30 
85 
8 
88 
31 
89 
19 
30 
84 
30 

37 

30 

4S 

30 

3!» 

39 

30 

8 

30 

30 

30 

89 

89 

89 

30 

30 

89 

49 

85 

7 

7 

8 

7 

7 

9 

84 

M 

84 

30 

30 

30 

30 

10 

99 

8 

8 

«7 

8 

8 

18 

10 

8 

8 



9 
47 
86 
99 

8 

9 

8 

7 

8 

9 

83 



8 

10 

10 

38 



MAHn. 



Lat. 



Imno. 



Mo. OP 
M«P. 



.40 36N 
1 AON 
3 4gN 




Alfiunbra 

Alfel< 

Alferevka 

Alfldena 

Alflnden 

Alfontes 

Alford «.. 

Alford 

Alfphington ~.. 

Al^ 

Albte 

AlfUndao .~~,~.~.38 I3M 

Algabiid ~...~..,.~31 40N 

Algnjola ^^^^^^^^^ ^ 2 37n 

59 AAn 

.37 16n 

36n 

..36 9N 

~~.19 19N 

36 ION 

.40 33N 
...37 43N 



Algarkvik 
t Algarve 
AlgMtocin 
AlgefiniB 
Algeineii 
X Algexira 
Alghoro . 
Algh<ior« 



#»i»<i*»0— Mwn 



AlgltluB, Envir. of 

lionie ~~».~...~.« 

t Alglen ~.~~~~.35 90n 

Algien ...».......~36 47N 

A l8t»m»..«.»..~.~~45 ION 



Algoa Bay~.~ 

1 Algonquin«~~~~.47 30n 

9 Algonquiniu~~..>..46 42n 

Algtiiiih ~.~~~~ 57 41 N 

Alhnjy Khan ^.^..38 AON 
Alhujy Khun ~».>38 4Un 
Alhaina ~..~...~~..41 9lN 
Alhaina .~~.~.~....37 On 

Aliiaiidra ............38 35n 

Ali-Agha ~~.~~~.36 58n 
All BMlg ~~.~~~.37 AAN 
All Ben BuHeiii~.30 A8n 

AliClMlibey 38 An 

All Ohei, Mount 40 SUn 

AH Jaho Killa 33 36n 

Alia . m 24N 

Allabad ~~~.........34 6n 

Aliabnd 84 6n 



Aliaguilla 39 47 N 

Aliasiw Prom ~~~56 3i)N 

Alihunnr. 45 Sn 

Allcante...~~~~~~38 8lN 
Altcata .».......~....37 5n 

Alice Point ~~~~.3» 86n 
Alicudl bland ~.~.38 33n 



Alife 
Alika. 
Aliinachi 
Alinda 
Aline L.. 
Aline C. 
Aline K. 



.41 18N 
M 86N 
...37 UN 
Ji7 SON 
56 35N 
.MSSN 
34N 



1 4w 


99 


9 49B 


91 


44 92B 


88 


14 3a 


31 


43W 


39 


8 6w 


30 


8a 


7 


9 45W 


9 


3 31W 


8 


70 44W 


47 


1 27W 


7 


I6 22B 


96 


7 6*w 


30 


85 85a 


38 


3 53a 


89 


8 59B 


81 


837W 


30 


5w 


7 


8 8W 


30 


6 IIW 


30 


8 97W 


30 


25W 


39 


41 lOB 


36 


8 15a 


32 


66 58B 


38 



33 508 36 



4 OB 

8S6R 
38 AOB 
«B 
92 OW 
75 3I)W 

4 4«W 
37 27B 
37 89B 

1 54W 

4 low 
9 8W 

43 15a 

44 SOB 
48 34B 
81 87B 
44 15a 
m SOB 

5 3W 
51 15B 
51 16B 



I 

1A8 

91 



Alingi i B*.........~....57 57n 

Alinnevelly ~~~~.8 3SN 
Alipoota ~.~~~~. 6 52N 

Alipora 25 ION 

Aliaeda ~~~~~.....30 22N 
AlitlianeR.~~~~.3A 15n 

Ali*ter, Plaint of~.a3 40n 
Allven L. ~~~~~~A3 6n 

Alivori ~~. 38 24N 

Aliyah, tee Port of 

Amy *»»<i«wx»Kw»»o<w»ww3i 



4n 

Aliiye ~~.. 80 36n 

AUeiur ~~~~~~~.37 81 n 

Aljueen ..~,~.~ 38 56N 

Aljiutrel ...~..~...37 55N 
AiKaaar »«»»~«»«..34 A!)n 
AllMgouvat ~.~.~.53 33N 
Alkantra ~~~,~~.35 12N 
Alken...~..~~.~....B6 4n 
AiKieva ...~...~..w<.54 34n 
Alkmaar ~~~~~..69 30n 
AikohL~ ~~~~~~20 45N 
Alktay R.~~~~~~43 4AN 
All Faiu ~~~~~~46 48n 
All BainU, 

Boutheliuham ~J(3 34n 
Albibee ..~.~..~....33 SSn 

Alladale ~57 AON 

Albigath R. ~~~.~47 5n 
Ailagua ...~.~......30 37n 

ilali Bhehr ~.~~.38 SON 



16W 
OW 
5a 
030W 

la 57B 

17 lOB 
14 17B 
14 16a 
39 86B 
81 47B 
38S8B 
8 49W 
8 48W 

8 4ew 
19 30B 

78 OB 
81 88B 

79 16B 
e34w 

70 3a 

9 18B 
47 90a 

338W 
34 5B 



67 9B 

66 SOB 

8 5SW 

1 ISw 

8 4w 
S48W 

65 54B 
5 47W 

9 52a 
80 19a 

4 44B 
77 OB 

47 48B 
38 93B 



31 
44 
44 
59 
44-1 
47 
46 
10 
36 
36 
39 
30 
30 
36 
36 
38 
34 
2H 
38 
30 
38 
38 
89 
45 
S3 
89 
SS 
39 
33 
31 
34 
34 
89 
lU 
10 
10 
96 
39 
39 
39 
30 
88 
S9 
38 
7 
34 

4S 
39 
88 
30 
99 
30 
44 
96 
44 
95 
«7 
18 
39 
88 
93 



1 35B 8 

81 OB 38 

4 SOW 10 

60 5W 46 

,. _ 86 IJIW 48 

Allah Bhehr ~.~~.38 SON 88 38k 36,60 
Allahabad~~~~.3S On 89 Ob 30 



Mahbi. 



Lat. 



LiOMa. 



No. OP 
Map. 



Almnle 
Almalee.. 
Almandrn. 
Almantaeva~.~...JM S6n 
Alniania ~~~~~~38 A3n 
AInuuisa ~~~.~~.49 88N 
Almanza ~.~~~~J8 fi3N 
Aimanxa .............42 S8N 

Almansor. River 38 55N 
Alinanaora, River 37 UN 
AlnianUI ~~~~~~41 99n 
Almarei — ..~~.,J9 46n 

Almas ~...~I7 17> 

13 448 
an 4IN 



Almaa, River 
Almayate~~.. 
Almaian ~~. 
Almasarron ~ 
Almaiorra ~ 
Almecego 
Almeir 



<l*^^»<«W>»i<W# 



Almeida (Rio 

Janeiro).. 
Almeid 
Aimeido~. 



..41 SAN 
-;<7 34N 

..ao&AN 

148 
371* 



.15 47s 
8398 
Almeira, O. or~~~36 45N 

AInielo ~~. 52 2<N 

Almety ~~.~.~...~52 ION 



41 Xtv 

I UN 

39 4AN 
37 12N 



Alnii'iiar 
Almenara. 
Almenara . 
Almendln . 

Almendolara ~~~39 S6N 
Almendralejo ~~~38 SON 
Almenor ~~~~~~4I 43N 
Almeria..... ........~36 49N 

Almeria, Gulf of~.36 45N 
Almeria River~~~.')6 48N 
Almerode ~....,.....51 I5N 

Almeteva ~....~.~.54 4!<n 

Almeyda ............41 85N 

AInieyrim ~.~.....~ 1 2 88 

Almeyrim~~~~~~39 12n 
3D 46N 

*»^m*^^^* Jo 4w^ 

37 35N 

36 08 
S9 52N 



-.37 47W 
.55 49N 
~.65 57N 
.~J13 SSN 
33N 
~A8 ON 



Almddovar 

Aluiodovar 

Alinodovar 

Alniona 

Almonacid 

Almonaiter 

Almon< 

Almond W. 

Alniondbury.. 

Almondtbury 

Almont ~~. 

Almora 

Almoradl 

Ahnoxia 

Almudebar 

Almum 

Ahnunecar 

Ahnunia . 

Almuiikfet 

AIn, River ......~.88 34N 

**lnO #»»#»»<^j^w»»«^tfwjg ]4n 

AInew , 57 42N 

Alnghemii ...~..~34 2n 

AIniiam SS 94N 

Alnmoutli~~~~— 55 84N 
Alnwlclu~~~~~~~8A 2AN 




Alonao 
Alonlitenou. 
Alonta R. 
Alonson. 



JS7 30N 
SON 
37 37H 



.43 35N 

(2 548 

A 1001 »*»»«>»w»w>p»#»^^^^ j V Oaff 

AlooJ ........~ ..32 57N 

Aloia ...21 48 

Alora ~.~~....~~.~36 53n 

A lorie.p.~...., 

Aloet ~... 

Alouchta 

Alp, 81 

Alp, L. ., .47 16N 

Alpar..,..~... ..46 SON 



8 85N 

.~.A0A6N 

4 37N 



Alpcdria ~...~~~.a9 41n 
Alpet Camioae ^.A6 40N 
Alpea Cottlae ~~~48 ON 
Alpes Ontiae m~~48 30n 
Alpei Maritimae~.44 I9n 
AlpeaPeimlns ~.46 On 
Alpet RhaieUoae~.46 SON 

Alphamitone «~~.8I 80M 
Alphach ~,.~~....46 BfiN 
Alplien ~,~~~~~..BI 88N 
Alphen ~~~~~~~j(l Son 



86 3l>b 
89S8B 

88 6w 
85 43a 

1 16W 
4 S4W 
1 16W 

4 84W 
8Slw 
1 S2W 
9 85W 

5 36W 
4« 47W 
49 16W 

4 l.tw 
8 84W 
1 2l)W 
6W 

44 42W 

6 52W 

40 low 

59 »iw 

80 83w 

3 Sow 

6 40B 

8 58W 
i 13W 

5 S2W 
I6W 
3 81W 

16 32B 
680W 

27B 

9 32W 

8 SOW 

9 SOW 

9 48B 

89 16a 

6 8w 
82 sow 

837W 

1 A3W 
SSftW 

7 69W 
63 48W 

2 56W 
6 4b-W 
6 S8W 

3 32W 
1 46W 

3 33W 

4 SOW 
794OB 

65W 
4 32w 

8IW 
93 13a 

3 47W 

1 19w 

35W 

1 36W 
1 40W 

4 35W 
88 llB 

a IW 

1 36w 

1 42W 

9 48W 

6S8W 

99 SB 

46 OB 

8S94W 

51 SB 

51 9B 

67 4gw 

4 43w 

5S0B 

4 IB 

34 39a 

940W 

993B 

90 la 

8 S3W 
12 aOB 

63SB 

6 S5B 

7 30a 

7 lOB 

10 OB 
1 95W 
43B 

8 16a 
4 58a 
8 29B 



97 
36 
84 
87 
29 
SO 
89 
30 
SO 
29 
89 
30 
54 
54 
90 
99 
39 
89 
54 
30 

54 
84 
84 
89 

18 
8 
89 
30 
89 
30 
39 
SO 
99 
39 
39 
99 
91 
87 
30 
84 
30 
99 
SO 
30 
S3 
99 
30 
10 
lU 
7 
8 
10 
30 
99 
30 
99 
SO 
SO 
99 
89 
7 
8 
9 
38 
7 
7 
7 
9 
30 
34 
89 
54 
38 
38 
S3 
30 
49 
19 
88 
19 
17 
33 
30 
SB 
60 
89 
69 
69 
89 
99 
8 
17 
18 
18 



K AMU. 



liAT. 



Altmuhl, R.~~~~.48 SlN 
Altna Cardocb~~~58 19N 
Altna Clinch ~~~S8 8N 
Altnafedli ..~ ...56 Wtt 

AltOf M* #M<tf<MM>«MM43 16n 
AUOv G. P. del ^32 &7B 

Alton ~~~~~~~.~.51 8N 

Alton ~~~~~~ 38 5.'N 

Alton ~~~~...~~-.A5 38N 



Altona 
Altorp 
Altringham 

Altrive 

Altun KuprL 
Alturas 



tf<*#^«MW*«^W>«tfM 



.A3 34N 

.~.46 A3n 

53 2.-)N 

A 28N 

.~~~41 49N 



Alturas de Lipei~.2 1 38a 
Altyre ~.. 
Alum~~. 
Alumiera 



7 35N 

2 «iit 
42 58N 
12 16N 
20 12N 
60 AN 

.......43 AON 

3 46N 



Alum-panrah 

Aluni' 

Alunda 

Aluta, R. 

Aluta, R 

t Alva ~.~.~ — ~.42 47N 

Alva ~~~~.~~~~.A7 38n 

Alvn, Villa 38 20n 

Alva(Stirliiig8hire)56 ON 
Alvnnley ~~~~~~5;i KiN 



Alvar, K 

Alvarado, R. 

Alvarado ~.. 

Alvarez. 

Alvatton . 

Alvedetton. 

Alveley 

Alvellos 

Alverea 

A Ives 

Alvascott 

Alvie 

Alvielha 

Alvin 

Alvington 
Alvlto~~— , 
A I Walton 
Alwur « 
Al.vis 
Alyn 
Alyth 



Alz, 11 

Alzvte, K. 
Alley . 



8 40s 

18 43N 

18 43N 

22 3flN 

~JS2 A3N 

~.A1 IN 

;2S7N 

4 388 

.40 3CN 

A7 3r)N 

,51 as 

57 ION 

.~.~-39 2lN 

.41 16N 

Al 43N 

SIN 

2 3 IN 
MtMWMMM?/ 3U9r 

.38 4BN 
65 2N 

48 13N 

49 AON 
49 44N 

3 18N 
A 128 

37 2AN 
~.27 238 
55 38N 



Alsimm 

Amachi 

Amadieh 

Amadore8~. 

Amager I. 

Amanuacas 

Amaicho .....~.«i 



9 108 
27 108 

I Amaknsat ,, 32 30a 

Amal~~~~~~~~~.'>0 3N 
I Amalekites ~.~.28 AON 
Anialfl ~~~~.~.~.40 3AN 
Amamah ~~~~~~3A 27N 

Anuui n ... 2 448 

Amanbay, R. ~~~23 10s 
Amanda, F. ~~~40 35N 
Amanes, I. ~.~~~.36 3In 

Amanns M. . 37 20n 

8 Amaponda ~~~3I Os 
Amara. Well of~. 29 36N 
Amarald ~~~~~~33 48n 
Amarali, W. el ~.39 S6n 
Amarante ~.~~...~4I SIN 
Amantpouru~.~~..22 AN 
\marat~. ~~.~~~33 48n 
.Vnuidus, R. ~~~37 On 
Amarilhosa ~~~~.S8 19n 
Aroarpoor ........... W 46n 

Amatto ~~.~~~~~40 36n 
Amasia ~~~~~~.~40 43n 
Amasserah ~~~~.41 45N 
AmatsenUi ~ ~~~.41 48n 
Amattiah ~~~~~~40 33n 
Amastoros ~~.~~..8I 40n 
Amastris ~~~~~~41 43N 
Amata tAmathut)89 19n 

Amatape....... 4 488 

Amatefi.... 39 ION 

% Aniatembou~~».3l 408 
Anuithus ............84 43N 



Umm. 


No.O( 
M<P 


11 6SB 


99 


4 45w 


9 


4 38W 


9 


4 SOW 


10 


13 38a 


31 


12 21a 


31 


66 SOW 


£3 


6 36w 


lU 


6«w 


8 


90 6w 


47 


4 24W 


10 


9 5.58 


£5 


8 39B 


J7 


8 22W 


7 


3 llw 


10 


44 19B 36,.-)^ 


7 44W 


30 


6GS5W 


63 


3 37W 


a 


J)3 64W 


48 


10 Ma 


31 


80 la 


3<» 


76 44B 


30 


18 6M 


28 


24 40a 


24 


24 48B 


33 


2 41w 


SO 


6 47W 
2 35w 


30 
9 


7 38W 


30 


3 46W 


10 


2 44W 


7 


63 38W 


64 


95 43N 


4!) 


95 44W 


49 


80 47W 


60 


1 25W 


7 


9 2w 


8 


2 SOW 


8 


63 16W 


62 


7 I5W 


30 


3 29W 


9 


1 34W 


8 


3 54W 


9 


8 35W 


30 


41 A8R 


36 


8 35W 


8 


7 54W 


30 


20W 


H 


76 448 


39 


31 3E 


M 


81 23a 


28 


3 12W 


;10 


18 431 


22 


6 in 


19 


8 8K 


22 


8 1:>8 


16 


67 18W 


53 


42 43a 


36 


65 SOW 


53 


12 35K 


2.'5 


72 40W 


5-' 


64 26w 


53 


28 40k 


44 1 


12 ai.R 


k6 


33 4.18 


38 


14 378 


32 


7 36B 


44 


64 48W 


52 


54 20w 


54 


84 20w 


47 


34 8a 


34 


36 30a 


69 


29 Ok 


44-1 


32 52a 


43 


13 62a 


69 


32 64a 


60 


8 Iw 


30 


96 308 


35 


49 28a 


88 


48 SOB 


69 


6 57w 


SO 


86 45a 


39 


36 Oa 


60 


35S8a 


36 


3222a 


60 


32 92B 


36 


36 35a 


36 


19 588 


69 


32 92B 


69 


SS4la 


3' 

SI 


80 sow 


35 41a 


37 


374OB 


44 1 


33 4K 


60 



INDEX TO BLACK'S GENE] 



Namh. 



Lat. 



Luitii, 



Mn.o» 
Mav. 




AnilHis ...^ 
Ainiteniiini 
Amixuiit, or 

Ainiiiiire R. .~.~9n 55N 

Anijiierra ...^ 'ii aiN 

Ainl<olileli~.~.^^,26 A4N 

Ainliii, IhIo ~»~~..Vi ION 

Aiiilwcli>..~.^.^ 

Animninciit Gl. 

Animnn 

Aiiiintin 

Amman (Pliiln- 

delpliiu) ^.....M. 

Ammer, Lake ....^8 (»r 

Ammer, R. .........48 37n 

Ammon (St 

Gallen) ..,,..,.,^47 lOir 
Ammonli Pontes 30 SON 
33 On 

I2N 

4t SON 

S6 ON 

SSN 

.^......M SN 



Ji2 in 



I Ammonltei 
Ammonium 
Amniat R. 
Amnoul 
Amol 
AmonI, C. 
AmoOi R. 
Ainco, or 

Imoon R. ,.,^^ 47n 
Amoone Moaaer ..jX 41 n 
Amopaciin .^.^.....30 Ms 

Amorbiicli..,...>.....4n 37N 

AmoisoPoulUiIslean 37n 
Amorxo* I. .^......aR 5Sn 

Amoriiim ........^...39 On 

Amnanah «M.M.~~.^ 20N 
Amour .i»«..«.»«.....18 SON 

Amoy.».........^....84 S8N 

Ampat Caclii m^^iS 4s 
Ampats...............g« 4n8 

A mp C i... ...... I »!...... 3 1 UN 



Ampfing .pi.«.»« 48 I3N 

Amplienaw ..,.Mi..i.ji5 44n 
Amplilclei .......^au 38N 

Aniphium ...».».^'<9 43n 
Aropliipolii ..i..~.wlO 63n 
Ampliimr .^......38 31 n 

Amphitrite Isle8..,Iff 53N 
Ampicoma ,.,^^.M 85N 
Ampilley ~.»~..~..47 37n 
Ampolla, G....~»~40 4({n 

Amposta ..............40 41 N 

Ampthill ......... M IN 

Ampton...^..... , .aa 20N 

/tmpuriai ............4a I2N 

Amran. Hill and 

Tomb, iee Ruins 

of Babylon >.... 

Anifwan »»»... .....35 61N 

Anriswyl .».»«....«..47 43N 

Amroha »« W SIn 

Amrom, Isle ~..~54 S9n 
Amroon ......I......83 fiON 

AmrDua..........,.....ao 42n 

Amsero „....«...■ ..30 S3n 

%msheer ..............34 ISn 

Amsleg ................46 47N 

Amsoldingen ...^..46 4SN 
Amiterdam ..........48 fiRN 

Amsterdam .........52 i'.'tN 

Amsterdam, Is. ...85 30n 

Amsterdam, New 

(Ouayana) ....... 

Amiterdam Isle 

(Indian Ocean) 
Amstettef 
AmtsoL. 
Amtsogli L. 
AmiKU Lake 
Amuda 



17 40s 
43 4N 
4a 13N 
7 56N 
.55 S2N 
31 50N 



36 20m 
13 84B 

88 SOnr 
75 14B 

33 ION 

173 Um 

4 aonr 
38 lOB 
36 IK 
36 81 

36 lOB 
11 M 
II 50B 

9 lOB 
19 25N 
36 lOB 
86 18B 

34 45B 
85 OB 
5a2?B 
23 22B 
61 95B 

65.?5B 
3S35R 

67 9<>W 
9 14B 

85 41B 
85 SOB 
31 85B 
88 40B 
33 KM 
118 13B 
65 19W 

68 40fr 
46&5B 

18 a2B 
S38W 

88 34B 

19 38B 

83 48B 
88 88B 

118 SOB 

84 I3B 
4 40B 
47B 
37B 
30W 
44B 
3 9B 



54 4B 

9 17* 
78 84B 

826B 
70 42B 
30 51B 

5S5V 

55 44B 
8 4UB 
7 35B 

74 18W 

4 53K 

131 lOB 



59 
50 

48 
39 
43 
4«-l 
7 
43 
37 
43 

37 
22 
22 

17 
50 
37 
69 



38 
34 
35 

38 
43 
53 
28 
34 
59 
50 
30 
48 
55 
53 
53 
59 
82 
10 
34 
S4 
59 
34 
40 
33 
15 
89 
89 
8 
8 
89 



86 
38 
17 
89 
85 
39 
43 
44 
37 
17 
17 
47 
18 
35 



5 50N 65 16nr 54 



<UiiW»tfui#»<*#o«i*< 



Amulree 
Amuisnl 
Amnrxura, I. 
Amurrio 
Am 
Amut 
Amvlle 
Amwas 
Amy ... 
AmyB. . 
Amyiclas 
AmyelK*. 
Amyot Mt 
Amyoun «. 
An, Ben. .. 
Ana, R. 8. 




76 ON 
.75 ON 
Ul SON 
.37 2N 

..84 SON 



...JW 15N 
.....13 SB 



77 «■ 
14 A3B 
g6 38B 
86 6.<iB 
58 54V 
40 38B 

3 47W 
SS Sm 

174 90B 
858nr 

4 9HW 
4 5IW 

3 25ir 
85 OB 
68 30a 
67 OB 
13 SOB 
82 27B 

147 52B 
35 5IB 

4 Sl«r 
66 Ow 



1 

23 
65 

30 
54 
36 
10 
34 
41 
29 
30 

9 
10 
37 
35 

8 
50 
34 
56 
37 
10 



Namiw. 



1.AT. 



LuMO. 



No, o>' 
M<r. 



Aiiciacns 
Anciao . 
Ancient River 

ofE);.vpt 11 8N 

Ancliini~...,~.......63 47N 

AnclotcsKnyv.....^U 4sn 

Anco ...............13 8s 

t Ancuna 48 91 n 

Anconti ...............^l ?)9n 

AncoHft ................43 40N 

Ancoquljn... ...26 4118 

Ancroft ..55 43n 

Ancnim......~.......55 31 n 



Anew), 0~ 
Ancy le Franc. 
And 



Andnbilis ............ 

Andalioiir 



r ^V^MMAMMW 



..~48 irs 

...47 46N 
.U0 47N 
38 (IN 
81 31N 



Andaliimylas ~~..IS 25s 
Andalgala.....~.....27 Os 

Andaman Ides ...18 SON 
Andamnn Isle, 

Great.. — ..........12 30N 

Andaman Isle, 

Ltttio... — .......10 atmt 

Anrianmrci* .~«.»..ll Hm 
A.idumer, Jfb. ....33 ON 
Andance .............45 14N 

Andeen .46 36N 

Andeflngen .........47 86n 

Andely 48 16n 



Andenne #. 
Anders «m.« 
Andeibelle 
Andericcht 
Andermatt 
Andemach 



.50 SON 
48 47N 
JU87N 



....w»...flO 51N 

.........40 OoN 

......... 5 SON 

AndefOK, Mt........37 46s 

Andersonvitle ~..~34 9flN 
Andentwick .........rs 57n 

Andest ..^.^.....^.AS 48n 

Andetix..«.............47 16n 



...36 14n 

...87 ON 



Andifdo.... 

Andklioo , 

Andtias ............... 8 SOs 

Andoe Isle ........^W 18N 

Andomo ............45 47N 

Andorra ............42b vhn 

Andover ............51 12n 

Andover E. .........44 37N 

Andoiersk ........JB SON 

Andrache, Ft. ...39 SIN 

Andrama ............86 64N 

Andrano Tr. ......89 SfiN 

Andravida ««......37 S6m 

Andrea, Iile.w...~.43 SN 
Andrea, B ...W..........07 55N 

Andreas,..~.....~~. J» 34N 



Andreas.. 



j»7aoN 



Andreas, Ft. .^^...38 I7b 
Andresiberg~~.«~61 43N 
Andres, 8. R....... S8 SOs 

Andria ...............41 14n 

Andrladi 

Andrievka 

Andrieevska 




...... y 51N 

" 43N 
. 6IN 
........87 SON 



AndritsenB 
Andro 
Andro 
Andro, Cape 
AndropoUs 
Andros.~~ 
Andros, Isle 
Andros Isle 

(WestIndte8)~..S4S5N 
Andrussa ............jy 6n 

Andrutnt #...^.....^37 28N 

AndtyAr .^.......... 3 1 n 

Aneboda..~~~.~~.~J>7 On 
Anegada, B. ......40 S0« 

Anem, or 

Bn ga n nlT P ^. jW 88n 

Anonnrinmand 

Aner..... 3 g S8n 

Anen, H..~...~~..14 AM 
Anerin, 81.... . . . i.. » < 6 4 6n 

Aneyra .....ii . ....... J W o4n 

Aneyra .. . ... . i*...**** . * ion 

Angaco .............. Jl 5* 

tAngad, Desert of 34 SON 



7 liw 

8 S3W 

38 56a 
13 3SB 

83 6w 
73 Sanr 
IS 14B 
13 .ISB 
13 2HR 
65 13W 
46 22B 

1 atw 

2 36W 

73 aw 

4 9b 
22 54B 

84 60B 
31 13B 
73 llw 
67 Ow 
09 65B 



98 30B 

74 I3W 

1 OW 

4 47B 

026B 

8 4IB 

1 84B 

6 8B 

S8 40B 

10 7> 

♦ 17» 

8a6B 

788B 

144 258 

82 52W 

S14W 

SB 
6 &5B 

80 4la 
66aOB 
76 3Sfr 

15 16B 
8 OB 

1 SOB 

1 88W 
70 471^ 
32 4SB 

SS6B 
41 35B 
18S2B 

81 SSB 

16 47B 

80 4SB 

81 49B 
88 45B 
87S8W 
10 31B 
63 5W 
16 17> 
96 39B 
41 SOB 
46 OB 
21 66B 
88 19B 
S4 57B 
84 57a 
SO 44a 
S4 46B 
84 58a 

78 nw 

81 S9B 
S2 48B 
4 iwr 
I4S8B 
68 lOnr 



80 

43 
24 
48 
58 
31 
31 
£0 
A-'t 
42 
7 
10 
53 
15 
S3 
S9 
43 
58 
53 
35 



98 SSB 85 



35 
58 
44 
16 
17 
17 
15 
19 
84 
35 
19 
17 
38 
56 
48 


17 
15 
Stf 
38 
58 
S6 
81 
80 

8 
♦7 
37 
80 
36 
38 
84 
83 
84 
34 
84 
53 
81 
53 
SI 
83 
88 
87 
34 
.34 
84 
84 
50 
84 
34 

SO 
94 
34 
30 
86 
S8 



35 SOB 87 



AngasseBay 



.lesflN 

mm 



38 468 

ar, 4B 

66 AOW 
7S5W 

wsaa 

S8 56B 
68 3617 

1 <m 

110 OB 

78 45B 



37 
S3 
18 
SO 
50 
S3 
44 
85 
89 



NAMn. 



Lat. 



LOHO. 



Nn.e> 
II* v. 



Aqiyruh 
Ankdee ........ 

Ankenaes, M..~..~68 ION 
Ankerville ~.~..~67 44n 

Ankliolm, R..». 53 4lN 

Aiikobvr 
Ankung. 
Ankum 
Aniiur 
Anni... 
Ann A I bona 
Ann, I'npe... 
Anna B. ..... 

Anna, I. Sta de.^.. 8 Urn 
Annabii, Gl..~......g8 46N 

Annnberg .............50 34N 

Annack W. .........JtS 40N 

AnnacMtty, 
Annagli 




.4nsss 



JS4 87N 

.11 S7N 

^...54 OOlt 



Annamalbi 
Annan 
Annnn nmk 
Annan, R. 
Annapolis 

(Maryland), 
t Annapolis 

(Nova Scotia) .....44 4lN 

Annapolis, Gut of 44 42n 
Annapolis, R........44 SON 

Annapii, R. .......... 8 30s 

Anncloy, Br. ..........54 2lN 

Anne Mt. .............48 5Is 

Anne, P. 8. .........87 S4n 

Annecy ...............45 54N 

Anner»ta~..~....,..»56 45N 

Annesel,.,..,...,.....Jl 86n 

Annestown ...........58 On 

Annevllle ...^......wtO 7w 



64 Ok 
78 SSB 

17 SOB 
S5HW 
3:>w 

30 Mk 

»4 4ttB 

7 5IIB 

5 34a 

7 7B 
83 50nr 
70 .'WW 

1C9 8(IB 
43 'J7W 
sa Ca 

18 sna 

4 a-iw 

8 SKW 
8 42W 

6 iw 
76 lOa 

3 15W 
3 25W 
8 I6W 



^>SW«W>W«»«l»#>aKWWMWI«l» 



Anni 

Annirnn . 

Annilian 

Anno Bona, 

Annocfaie 

Annonay. 

Annonoa 

Annon, L, 

Annum 

Anol 

Annor „, 



40 SIN 







3 14N 
S6N 

18 AN 
Anopghur ....„«.....S0 SON 
Anopaehr ...........SB SON 



13 SOs 



Anotta Bay...«...»l8 I7n 
AnottaandFr.PtlS 16n 
Anpen .................62 UN 

Ans, Has el, or 

Cape Nose ..^,..23 67n 
Anse .....„„....,„..46 SON 

AI180 d f s #»*<w>»»>»<w»— 1 4 OUn 

Ansley ..................52 83N 

Anson B. 8ve 
Norfolk I........^. 

Anson Bay. 
Anson B. .. 

Anstedf..,.„.....«..S2 40n 

Anstey, B. .............51 fiN 

Anstey W....,......,..61 3n 

Anston................. 63 2lN 

Anstnither,........~56 14N 

Anta~..~.»~~MM~.lS 88S 
AntaeopoUi ..^......SB 65n 

^LTIkUUA^wmmmhwmvwvv 141V 

Antak>..»~~~...~.13 ON 
Antananarivo MM..18 Os 
AntMidnM<*MiiMMw89 83N 
Antao ,......„.....^. 7 9S* 

Antar.~....«......>«..,34 4n 

Antaretio OeeaDM.75 os 

Antavou^lan «»,.,., M Sn 

Ante Cristo,.~.MM,30 S5s 
Antequera ..»..,..«,87 9n 
Antliedon ......^....JB 88N 

Antliony.~~~MMJM) SN 



6S3SW 
65 44W 

wanw 

SOSTw 
6 19ar 
SS8W 

5 58W 
146 28a 

a5S6B 

6 8a 
13 46a 
15 SSB 

780W 

1 35W 

4SS5a 

10 58a 

6 19w 

8 30a 

9 8W 
4 40a 
6 I6W 

61 14W 
73 84W 
20 41a 

77 90B 
73 88a 

78 ISa 
84 6a 
76 43W 
76 46W 

6 6a 



AntI GoEso I. 
AnUMUos... 
Antlbes 



34 55N 

J6 47N 
" 84N 



AnttoostI, Isle,»~.49 .ION 
Antidrepanum Pr.30 SON 
Antigon1sh.....M..U5 36n 
Antigua Iste...,..., 17 SN 



130 OB 
148 3<)B 
10 35a 
8 4(iR 
S36W 
336ar 
I 14W 
a4lw 
7S46W 
SI SOB 
38 16a 
40 40B 
46 50B 
S6S4B 

M aw 

3ft 3)a 
70 OB 

4fi6w 
69 86W 

4 33W 
88 96a 

6 iw 
84 Ob 
84 ISa 

7 5a 
63 low 
I0 4AB 
69 4W 
61 SOW 

84b 



88 
80 
86 



7 
42 
40 
31 
19 
17 
47 
47 
57 
54 
48 
82 
10 
13 
13 
18 
SO 


10 





.18 SON 76 33W 47 



46 
46 
46 
54 


19 
57 
84 
31 
86 
SO 
13 
15 
50 
88 
10 
48 

16 
13 
53 
59 
34 
SO 
39 
30 
84 
50 
50 
18 



39 SOB 43 

4 44a 16 

61 3W SO 

1 34W 8 



56 
41 
67 
88 

81 
8 
8 

,1 



ao 

86 
48 

48 

ao 
M 

S6 

1 

9 
53 
80 
34 

8 
S3 
34 
16 
45.1 
80 
46 
50 



Namioi. 



I. 



± Api>cliei'..,..,~ „ .J2 
{ ApHcltes.>.........,.sa 

AjNicSii ..,.».........4S 

A piillmo ..............TO 

A pn I \ n............M..Ji7 

A|)itni('u ...,..„.,.. »40 
Apiinicn ...... .........lift 

A |<nnion 31 

Apuno ArfpaM.Ml7 
A ))iinomeria,..,......3H 

A|>ai*i „.... „ .,.>»...... 18 

Apnrll KHlyu>......39 

Apiivn, R. ..,^..,..,.3 
A pi'iinn .......,...,,..45 

A pfldoom..,...,.....52 

Apenninus M.M....44 
Apf'nrade ....,...^,..55 
Apcnrnde, Gulf....A5 

Apliars... ......34 

Apliek.....,..,.......jll 

Aplie k ..,....,...,......32 

ApiteK ...... .........f. 83 

A phatae,.M~MM.M.~30 
Aphlea ...............39 

Aphreen R. .........30 

Aphrodlsiai .....,«..40 

Aphrodisias .........37 

Aphrodites P,«....,.a7 

ApliroditopoliSM«..39 
AphrodisUuI. ^...36 
Apiaca R...„.w..,.. 4 
Apialiy ..,.„.........28 

A pi P. ........... I 

AplCllll »»#»»i»<tf»n»»»<p>36 

Apilla B.m^^P4^^9Q 

Aple y ... ...53 

Aplington ..r,.i.„...33 

ApolUieki 36 

Apoeopi M. ,»w..,..25 

ApOuOUlO .„,.»,.w..«35 

Apollinis Pr..„»,...37 
Apollinopolis Mag.84 
Apollinopolls Far. 85 

Apollonja 43 

Apolloiiia .,....^.,..40 

Apollonia .............40 

Apollonla,.....,.......38 

Apollonia «..,«., „ .,. 3 4 
Apollonia ............87 

Apollonia ....^......Jia 



Apollonos, Contra 85 
Apolnbamba..w.....l4 
AponlR. 



#»*#<K#eK»<^ 



9 

Aponia, R.« 
Aponia, R.~ 
Apo«Faro,R.. 
Apoporis R. 
Apostle, R. 
Apostles, I 
Apostoles. 
ApoukinskoliCnne 61 
Appalaohieola, R. 89 
A pptilnchle, B. ,„jao 
Apptfil) O .,,...,,.......60 

Appelsclie .....^..,58 

Appeltum.....,......51 




t Appensell 
Appeniell .......»,.„4' 

Apperie y w....,...i.#,.5] 

Apparsen ......63 



Appia Via. Envir. 
of Rome, ........... 

Appiaria »..,»....»..«.43 

AppinMMwm 
Appin Mf M 
Appin Ho. i«i.,,,»... 5 6 
Applnmdam ».ww.S3 
Appleby ■!»,......... 1 54 

Appleby «i>»>«»...,.,.53 
Af plaeross, L. —*'J7 
Apple, ^r.,........,.. fl w 

A Pi^ecross ...........57 

App!edflreM.MM...~5I 
Appledore.».«.>«...,51 
Applegarth«MMMM~5S 
Apple Rill«OTMnMM34 
A ppies ...■«..,...,.....46 

Applesham .....,.,..51 



:k's general atlas. 



Namm, 



t.A*. 



Ko.ev 
Ma*. 



Vamm. 



Lat. 



''**''• »lAP. I 



NAk'«l, 



Lat. 



AN 

...^^.^^.45 S8M 
A|)nlM>«M.^«..,.,M»~97 SON 



1 Apticliei 
I ApHuliei. 
A)Micia« 
ApiiDiiKi 



Apiiiiu'n ..............30 aoir 

Ajtnnion ..,.........»31 ON 

Apiiiio Art-pa M. JXl 33N 
A|iitiionieriiu.M.^ai! 87n 
A|Miri »»»^»»<»*»»#»w»»<mI8 son 
Apnrii KnI}'u>...^39 Mir 
Aptivn, It. ..,...^....3 3dB 

Apylion .»..,....^...4a I3N 

Ap(>ldooni«...~MM.JS9 13n 
A pen <w»*<i#»»»»*»^^»^< &3 iJN 
A|ionninui M.«m~44 SSn 
Apf'nnide .....^......M 4n 

Aponrnde, Gulf..J>a 3n 

A pc iiM .,........,, 3 S 30n 

Apltaea 

Apliek 

Apliek, 

Aphek 

Aphatae, 

Aplilm . 

Aphnen K. 

Aphrodiihu ....WM.40 39h 

Aphrodltlai#M«.M«^ 31n 

Aphrodttu ?,«..„.. W SSir 

Aplirodltopolii~.....3it S7n 

Aphroditiul. mmS8 6n 

AplMiK RwMMWMM. 4 SOs 

Aplnlijr ...............88 4M 

Apt P. ................. 1 ft.lN 

AplCllll #»>»»iMi»»#<»<»<p>3D A3N 
Apilia B............... 2 8 18N 

Apli..........,..,......3l SfiN 

.« I.1N 




Apley« 
Aplington 
' 1«Iiekl 



»**»»«>#i»»#»i 



.36 33N as 



Apol« 

Apoeopi M. M.M....95 ON 

Apodouto ............35 9N 

Apolllnli Pr.M.M«i..S7 IlN 
Apollinopolii Mag.a4 SJtt 
Apollinopolli Far. S5 A3N 

ApollonU ....48 95N 

Apollorila ............40 .TtN 

Apollonia ^...........40 43N 

Apolkwito ,.......>... 38 fiN 

ApollonUi «...........34 93N 

Apollonla ............37 SON 

Apollonia ..,...«....JW Un 

Apollonot, Coiitra S5 On 
Apolobi»mba.........l4 18a 

AponI R. ............ 9 308 

Aponia .»». * ........... 9 67^ 

Aponia, H............. 7 M> 

Aponia, R............ 8 188 

ApO'PHro, K........ 8 .3(18 

Apoporit R. ....M. fiON 

Apoatle, R. .........49 fis 

ApottiM, ISm~m....46 08N 

Apoatolea ............a? AM 

Apouklnikoi.Onne61 45N 
Appalaohioola, R. 99 47n 
Apptiliichle.B...«JH) fiON 
Appt'H)o,...»..........flO S8n 

AppalKlie M...MM.69 SON 
AppeUiim............fll SIN 

t Appeniell «........47 81n 

Appenaell ..MMMM..47 19n 
Appawa y pii»..»........si o7n 

Apparien ......S3 9Sn 

Appwup ..............se SN 

Appla Via. Envlr. 



Rome,. 
Apptaria ....(I........43 S9N 

Ap}jltD»MtMfi U M U t u K 37" 

Appin ......... ..»....i 3 4 llB 

Appin Ho. ..........JW SON 

Applngadam «..w..M 90n 
Apptooy mmmmmmJM 34N 
Appleby ............. .ft3 38N 

ApplecTOH,L.MM..^ ^ifi" 
Apple, Cr.............39 90n 

ApplecroM .......w.B7 97n 

App!edoreM.MM~.~Sl 4n 
Appleiiore.........«.SI Sn 

Applegarth«MMMM»SS On 
Apple RHI...........34 7a 

Appiee ... h ......»*....40 33N 

Appleriiam . ........SI 14n 

* ileton ...>.w.>..JB SON 



49 
49 
S3 
.W 
38 
09 
SO 
S9 
84 
34 
40 
36 
S2 
16 
18 
91 
SO 
95 
96 
36 



119 30W 
103 40w 

8S 971 
7 29w 

82 4.3a 

98 SOB 
36 95B 
46 3M 

99 931 

95 941 
191 4la 

.39 30B 

72 .3HW 
9 3!IB 
6S7B 
7 S2B 

10 .OB 
9 94B 
9 31B 

26 98B .. 
3S 48B 87.S9 
3S 4B 87 

35 17B 
3S36B 
93S7B 
3A 44B 

36 SSB 

96 SOB 

98 S2B 
&3 38B 
31 90B 
33.30B 
S7 38W 
49 S5W 

109 SOB 

99 47b 
48 93B 

90 lOB 

27 OB 
90W 

89 90W 
SB 

73 OB 
94 44B 
10 19B 
89S9B 
39 48B 

'97 40B 
93 30B 
19 97B 
30 4IB 
44 9SB 
14 SB 

91 S6b 
39 66B 
68 42W 
64SSW 

62 28W 
68 Ow 

63 Sw 
73 4«W 
78 ISW 
7SfiOW 

90 54W 
S6 W 

176 SOB 

84 87^ 
84 OW 
13S6B 

6 I6B 

S 37b 

9 24B 

B94B 

9 13W 

9 SSB 
19 32B 



37 
36 
SO 
S9 
S9 
S9 
S9 
S4 
S4 
40 
.34 
38 
SO 
SO 
1 
48 
36 
S8 
33 
SO 
SO 
SO 
S9 
SO 
SO 
S9 
SO 
SO 
SO 
89 
89 



64 
84 
89 
82 
89 
81 
47 
S3 
3S 
48 
48 
96 
18 
18 

!? 

8 
91 
98 



96 28B 
.tSUwr 

150 SOB 
8 9tw 
6 SIB 
9S0W 
3.3W 
8 49wr 
90 90W 

8 46vir 
4 llw 

47b 
S94W 

143 81B 
6 9SB 

1 34W 

9 33nr 



31 

80 

10 

66 

10 

18 

7 

7 

9 

47 

9 

8 

8 

9 

86 

17 

8 



Aiaif eii'Makah, 

Jeb.. 
Amir.. 



. 9llf 
31 99N 



A mkliura .........^..SO 97N 

Arnkll C.-~.,~.^~jn 47n 
Aral 8eo..............44 Son 

Aralkben.......,.....^ 'JUN 

Arainbuti«.»i...»...44 I7N 
Aranio >.............. 2 23N 

Aran, Vul. of ^....49 4i'N 

Aranda ...............41 .^cn 

Aranda ............>..41 41 n 

Arandon .....^^^Ai 4SN 

16 S(>N 

.8 S(i8 

....40 3n 

M..S4 SDN 

.16 2:8 

.41 I. "8 

M\ •iCa 

Ata H i fl ........*........3l j3N 



Arangi 

Aranuun, R. 
Aranjuefc.... 

Amna'cre I 
Aranta...... 

Arapawa I. 
Arapey R. _. 
Arapiles Mt. 



34 31b 

88 81a 
99 SSB 

93 14B 

SO OB 

so 2nK 

98 33B 
73 SW 

SOB 

1 87W 
3 41W 
8 96B 

89 87B 
49 8W 

3 37w 

8 saw 

73 3W 
174 9SB 

S6 atiw 

141 41B 
38 SB 



Ararat, Mounta.....39 4aN 44 94b 



Ara«.....................T8 SSN 

Am*, C...>,..,.......,S6 34N 

Aran, El IQ SIN 

Ara« R. .............^.30 ON 

Araiaig Ft. ..^......66 SSn 

Ara«!C»...^........~.30 ON 

Arasli..^ — ^^^.M 3lN 
Aranunk.v 1). ......17 08 

Arastraw BridKe.~S4 44N 

ATIiVLf»*******0^^**»^ A 7 94N 

Anuicn.....^.^....^ 6 40N 

Arauca, R. ......... 7 £SN 

f Anuica~~~~.~~.37 40s 
A rauca~~..~.....,~..37 148 

Amuco~~~~~~~~.28 408 
AniunccR~~~~.~~. S 828 
Araure~~~~...~.~. 18n 
Aravulli, Mounts.!^ SON 
ArawacU~~~~~~~33 94n 

Araxeii,Mtliuf~.~30 ION 
Araxea R. ~~~~~~39 33N 
Araxia R. ~....~.~. 6 308 
Araya, Point~~~~10 37N 
Arnyai R.~~~~~~ 7 lOs 
Aroyiitcs «M«#MHMW#«*» I lUB 
Arayoku~~~~~~~98 48N 
Ara>'pouak ,...~..... 9 8n 
AraBuakyR.~..»»96 188 
Arba ~~.~~~~~~.44 48N 

Arbatt 84 SSN 

Arbay (Arbela) ~.38 S8N 
Arbe, Iile~~~M~~44 47n 
Arbear, or Clif- 
den, B. ~~~~~~63 ON 

Al*a)Gl #«^*»»*0<i*<>** < ^*'#>»«lO I UN 

Arbela ~~~~.~~~..36 I On 
Arbela ~.~~..~ — >32 .38n 
Arbeabach~. ~~~~48 30n 
Arbetela~~~~~~~.40 3 ^^^ 
Arblgland ...~~~...S4 S4N 
Arbil ......~....~.~. 3 6 ON 



Arblrlot~~~.. 

Arbog 

Arboliu 



,e6 33N 

34N 

■ ~ .~.46 S4n 



Arboleda, Cnpc~~S6 I4N 
Arboll~ 67 SON 

Arb0B~~~~~~~~~41 17N 
Arbutbnot Range 31 18s 
Arc ~~~~~~~~~~47 9N 

Aren~.~. 34 SSN 

Arcacluui, Banin 

de ~~~~~~~~~.44 44N 
Arcadla~~~~~~~.37 IAN 
Arcadia, Gulf of~.37 20n 
Arcftnfty c e*<'*>*»*'»«>»*^*** o 4Hn 
Arcalgode 
Area! 
Arce 
Archi 

ArobablB R. 
Arclialla 
^ ArclianRel~~~~.68 88n 
Archangel~~~~~~64 32n 
Archangel Bay ~~.68 On 
ArchanRel8k~~~~.6l 66n 
Archelttis ~~~~~~39 On 
Arclielais ~~»~~~38 20N 




87 
34 
84 
38 
38 
.33 
89 
16 
SO 
SO 
16 
23 
84 
SO 
13 
89 
S7 
S3 
S6 
37 
-98 
36 

so 

.38 
98 
10 
43 



48 IOb 
8 sow 

S3 33B 
47 lOB 28.38 
8 SMW 9 

47 IOB 
34 ISa 
41 90W 

7 98W 

8 .3B 
71 Ow 
67 40W 
71 40W 

73 8w 

66 Ow 

49 SW 
69 9Sw 

74 40B 
36 34B 
89 83a 

48 4SB 
45 OB 89 
61 10WS8,84 
64 Ow SO 
69 90W 

83 ISw 
7 47W 

84 8W 

67 97W 
14 40B 

7 SOW 
38 BBK 
14 4sa 



38 
34 
84 
19 
17 
89 
89 
63 
63 
63 
84 
89 
SO 
37 
SO 
SO 



64 
84 
.30 
84 
83 
SO 
19 
37 
93 



10 fiw 
43 SOB 
43 SOB 
SSSilB 
14SMB 
9 SOW 
836w 
43 S6B 
9 SSW 
IS 54B 
8 47B 
109 62W 
389W 
OflSa 
1 SSB 
148 888 
7 86B 
S6 9B 

1 19W 
91 49B 
81 SSB 

78 89W 
76 7» 

79 98a 
IS 33a 
37 48B 
41 18B 
34 SB 
48 6a 
40 40a 
89 Oa 
39 SOB 
.38 44B 
34 7B 



18 



87 
83 
99 
10 
36 
10 
96 
18 
49 
9 
17 
99 
86 
17 



16 
34 
84 

80 



31 
36 
80 
89 

!? 

87 
S7 
37 
69 



Anlfert .~~.~. 
Ardtin 



S2 l!>N 
SIN 

Ardflnnan ~ ~ ..~~.52 18n 
Anigortan ~~.~~.S6 12N 
Ardglaia~~~~~~_S4 ISn 
Ardgour ~~~~~~_5fl 43N 
AniHownii ~.......~S6 SCn 

Ardgrooni .~~~~~S1 44N 
Ardignn Ilcwl ~~Jll A7N 
* Ardil Maliondy.33 26N 
Ardlla H. ~.~.~~~38 9N 
Ardinairy Puint.~~S9 SIN 
Ardlncaple ~.~~~Jt6 2n 
Ardincaple >~~~~.86 91 N 
ArdlncroN~~~~~~S6 36n 
Ardine ~.~....~..~.S7 S4N 

Ardineadan~~~~...S7 93n 
Ardingliy ~~~~~~S1 3N 
ArdinrMt ~.~......S8 3Sn 

Ardinillnn~~~~~~84 SON 
Ardiiiiiary~~~~~~88 4In 
ArdintinnyM~~~~86 4n 
Ardintoul ~~~~.~.S7 ISN 



Ardintraw ~.~......68 SSN 

Ardiifa ~.~~~~..~..38 88n 
Ardkeen ~.~.~.~...64 SON 
ArdkinglassCoitleSR 15N 
Afdiamont ~~~~.,JIS SIN 
Ardlnrich ~~~~.~.n(i 4In 
ArdliuB ~~~~~~~.fi6 £0N 
Artlniaddy~.~~~...S7 36n 
ArduMdie ~~~~.~.S6 32n 
Ardmalin ~.~.~.~.SS 22n 
Ardmeaniili ~.~.~JS S6n 
Ardnilllan .~~......SS ISN 

Ardmore ~.~.~.~.«87 32n 
Ardmorc~~~~~~~SS SON 

Ardmore.. 86 40n 

Ardmore .........SI S7n 

Ardmore Point ~~JSS 44N 
Ardnabee.«...~~~~. 67 On 
ArdnaglaM ~.~.~,.S4 16N 
I Arduamurchan~Ji6 4SN 
Ardnamurchan Pt.S6 46N 
Ardnaree ~~~~~..S4 7n 



Ardnave 

Ardnetker. 

Ardnisli 

Ardo 

Ardobevo 

Arnocii ............... 




SS84N 
S6S6N 
66 SON 
•7 16N 
87N 
87 6N 
Ardocli .....I.........S7 SON 

Ardocliy .~~~~~~.88 48n 

Ardogtammy BS 40N 

Ardon~~~~~~~~~46 ISN 
Ardoi, T. d'.~~.~.40 97n 
Ardpatrick ~....,.«.S8 48N 

Ardralian .~~...~.S3 ION 
Ardraoron ~~..~>.SS 29n 
Ardrei ~~..~...~....S0 SIN 

Ardalilel ~~~~~~JS6 40N 
ArdriuiaigP.~~~..S6 Sn 
Ardroii ~~~~~~~J»7 43N 
Ardsheen ~~~~~~S8 4n 
Ardioon..~.~.~......B6 S7n 

Ardvar ...~...~..~.B8 16N 
Ardvamiih ~.~~~S6 24n 
Ardveck ...~.~.~...66 94n 
Ardvorlich ~.~~....66 93N 

Ardwell. 
Ardwell, 
Ardwell B. 
Ardvoian 
Ardy Vallooh 
AKachon, Bai- 
dn d* ,~~..~~.».44 44if 




Ar6C0u«»*wwiip<»wwt#i»o4 JoB 

Areco Fort ^m 34 24s 



AfBdoodo **^^t^0»0m M 30s 
Aim #*»«<*»*w»»»»»»»»ijfi OBH 
Arofiwi *««w»«»»»*»i>*»<»6o 8N 

Aieidy, Gl. «~,.w».JW 16N 
Areidr, W. «~mm.99 4n 

Ar e ia t e ~ .»..>.~..w.i~^o 40n 
Arena, Ri~»~.~.~J 7 43N 
Arenas #.»..... . ....<. 4 3 14n 

Arenas ~.~~~~~~ 4 18N 



Arenaa, Cape m~~94 8n 
Arendaj ~~.~~~~.88 98N 



t MM« Ne>*> 
'""•• M ai 

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13 
10 
19 
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10 
13 
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19 
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19 
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19 
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10 
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10 

10 

17 

30 

10 

13 

10 

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10 

10 

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10 

9 

9 

10 

10 

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10 

9 

9 



Arendonk ~~~~~~61 I8n 
ArendMe ~~~~.~.S9 S2N 
AreniideMurs ~.41 SSn 
Arenoe, Iile~.~~~70 On 



9 48W 

6 3W 

7 Ai)W 
4 44W 

8 37W 

8 20W 
4 SIW 

raw 
7 esw 

42 30b 

7 SOW 
6 4W 
4 44W 
836W 
8S8W 
4 SSW 

9 Slw 
6W 

91 88B 

8 42W 

6 6W 
4 SSW 
833W 
8 4W 

43 18B 
633W 
4 SSW 
8 14W 
4 9SW 
4 38W 

7 4W 

8 9W 

7 91W 
8S4W 
4 Slw 

8 34w 
4 41w 

6 4W 

7 42W 
6 Sw 
4S6W 

8 4I)W 
8S8W 
6 ISW 

6w 
622W 
6 14W 
639W 

9 9W 
41 ISB 

9 llw 
8 9W 

6 9W 
8 46W 

7 I6a 

3 Slw 
883W 

8 49w 
S3SW 

9 Ob 
8 16W 
8S9W 

4 16W 
443W 

5 34W 

6 2W 

6 SW 
4 llw 
4 low 
4 S6w 

3 9w 
469W 

7 18W 

4 44W 

1 19W 
66 48W 
SB SSW 
00 OW 
83 8W 
79 48a 
8718b 

8 ISw 

89 Oa 
38 4a 

488a 
19 34a 
S84W 
8 18W 
109 SSW 
8 4Sa 

8 8a 
11 Sla 

9 37a 

90 SOB 



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80 
63 
83 
84 
SB 
87 
SO 
4.1 
43 
88 
89 
80 
80 
4t 
90 
19 
84 
90 
90 



Aird, Point of 



.57 41V 



-~JJ7 15N 
M 30N 



AM Villa 
Aird Mom. 
Alrdonmiih 
Airdlair .^ 

Airdle Btritli S6 40ir 

Airdrie ^~~~ M S2s 

Airdi 
Airds 
Airdvegr 
Air6 tfwi 
Aire 



..JS6 35N 



miv ^##*»^*»*»#*#^*^**"' won 

Airef M********t**M***oS 4jM 
Airly <ww* w »# » «»^ww>o«#flO spif 
Airntully ......^..^JW 30n 



AJroloi««.»» « «««i»<»»<««46 SIN 

Alrtii #»#*»#pip»#*»»»#w»» fl ii v^ 
AirtPric j»#ow « «ww<wMwuO jOff 
Airton MMMMMMwwM lif 

Airvalt ^w ^^6 SON 

Ain *w»o»#*»«»»*<»#<w*40 lAif 



Aiaibad ^. 



J}3 I8N 



t Aiane, Ui-pitrU 

ment of ^...<.....40 3f)N 

Aiine. R. ..........40 2(li« 

Alme, R. ..,„.,^49 27n 
Ai«y ^........^....^47 WW 

Afterbach, R. ...~~4H 4flN 

AithiUng .....«) 17it 

Alton, or Matta 

Mount »■ A3 ff2it 

Aitraeh 47 A6n 

Alx 43 32N 

Aix, bla ^.......^W 2M 

Alx la Chapelle .-M Mif 

Ajnccio ...............41 55N 

AJnccio, Gulf of ....41 S4N 

AJiiInn .. ............31 MM 

t Ajan, or HiuHne 9 30n 
AtMtinul «.~........ 2 6 3SN 

Aii R. 38 ION 

Ally C/ApO «MMwi#«Mtf#>«>'3o o'' 
Ajlin ....................31 38if 

AJineer .......^.^....36 9)N 

AjmerRur ^........... g i 35N 

Aji> ...... 43 28W 



Alo, Cape... 43 31 N 

A juauu U. 308 

Ajiinta ....^......... 3 27N 



w40 I3!» 
40 36N 
.'ffi 53N 

an ios 
.as 20N 

.38 23N 



Al( Biclii. 
Ak HisKitr. 
Ak Ili.tsiir. 
Ak Lillian. 
Ak Serai . 
Ak Serai.. 
Ak Shelir 

ik Blieher Ghieul 38 35n 
Ak Surrai ^^......^.36 fi).v 

Akaba .... ,89 25N 

AkHba EHlmme.w 39 87n 
t Akilsik .......<>...4I 17" 

Akiliik 41 35N 

* Akaro»~.......w43 46s 

Akiimii Hr. ......^..43 548 

A kanato — ^..........46 47N 

Akclmli Bhehur «~41 5n 
Akchehar ............37 31 n 

Akdam R...~.~.~.~34 A4N 
Akehechar ^,...,^1 6n 

Akeheh Caleb 41 7" 

Akerman ...............46 9n 

Akliabeh, el 34 les 

Akiiahar 37 SSv 

Akiiam 34 Ms 

AkhdarnI Nalir...~.33 39n 
Akhflrfca .............JM) 19n 

AkniHar ............ 3 8 oKn 

Akiibido Roinbos 37 31 n 
Akiilat .............»~38 44N 

Akilat 

Akho.. 

Akhtamar I 

Akieva 

A kill 

Akilly 

Akin 




A!tkend... J7 IS" 

Akka ...,38 S4ic 

Akkably 83 3Sn 

Akhar ...............»4 3iw 

AKKaT ^o^i^wKM^N*^* ^ J « J 4 off 

Akkehn.....ii»........3B 46it 



6 inw 

7 36W 

4 17W 

5 bw 
5 SOW 
3 87W 

3 smr 
ft SSvr 
3 51 

7 aiw 
17W 

S 241 
068nr 
3 6w 
3 S7W 

8 381 
3 47W 
353W 
S 9vr 
flW 

143 1511 
(U 19B 



140 42B 

10 41 

a 33B 

5 SAN 
1 12W 

6 5a 
SO 34a 

8 44B 

8 4.3N 

35 SB 

50 OB 

79 I4B 

33 mm 
46 40B 
20 24B 

34 45B 

74 34R 
81 38B 

3 .33W 

3 3lwr 

75 50B 
26 34B 

30 8R 
87 56k 
34 55b 
34 4b 

34 IOb 

31 36b 
31 35B 
31 .30B 
68 56B 

35 OB 
35 87B 
43 50B 
43 SB 

173 38b 
173 5BB 
19 1»B 
81 IB 
33 6B 
93 OB 
31 I5B 
3) 29B 
30 21B 

33 S6B 

35 a3B 
77 48B 

34 54B 

35 7B 
28 2B 
22 36B 

42 23B 
48 45B 

48 I8B 

43 37B 
57 30B 

49 tea 
6 17W 

34 SlB 

47 ftSB 

8 4«W 

4 30b 

36 IIB 

36 13B 
66 5a 



9 

9 

10 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

9 

16 
15 

7 
10 
10 

17 

10 

10 

7 

15 
3.t 
38 



3 36a 15 

9 58B 1ft 

3 ft3a 1ft 

4 I4B Ift 
18 33a 89 

1 86W 10 



S6 

83 

16 

16 

16 

21 

33 

31 

31 

37 

43 

39 

37 

36 

34 

37 

39 

39 

30 

30 

62 

39 

83 

36 

60 

36 

36 

60 

36 

60 

36 

38 

43 

43 

36 

36 

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93 
36 
36 
39 
36 
36 
28 
34 
43 

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37 
28 
36 
34 
36 
36 
36 
36 
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38 

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44 

48 
37 
36 
38 



Alaroili .......^.......Sl 53n 

AlHido ................44 IN 

Alaamia #............ 3 9 55N 

Alatamaha R. ..~~3I SON 
AlatanuhaSd......Jl SON 

AInterva ............^56 8n 

Aliityr .........54 46N 

Alaiui .....»..«.....» 9 138 

AlayaFucena.~.».~48 5n 



Alaymoi lo 
Alaiiin R.. 
Alb, R. . 
Alba. 



,87 9?N 
40 S2N 
.^..47 aiN 
.3N 



Alba (Piedmont) 44 47n 
Alba de Tonnes w41 On 
Alba Longa, Bnvir. 

of Roma 
Alba Pullentia..»...44 50n 
Albaoetc >««»».. »»»ii. 3f > On 

Albaeva .>...fM 4flN 

Albak.«............«..J7 SSn 



Albalada ^.^ 
Albalate ..^ 
Alban 
Albam 



-.37 57N 
..441 15N 



43 53N 
..41 40N 



Albania ..,.««»...41 3flN 
i Albania ...~...»mm41 On 
Albanian Gatn ....48 IftN 
Alhaoo, Envir. of 

lloine.«.»....~.~.. 
Albano L., Envir. 

of Roiii e .»~.«...... 

Albano ...............41 46n 

Albanus R. ^..,.^\ SJtt 

% Albany ...M.MI......33 lOa 

Albany ........^......42 .3)IN 

Albany ...............34 408 

Albany Ho. ..........62 4(n( 

Albany Fort........JI3 im 

Albany R...,........Jt2 IOn 

A Ibarracin .............40 30n 

Albatana .............38 37n 

Albatera...... 38 1In 

AlbatroM Pt. 
Albatroas I 
Albayd 



40 278 



37 28N 
Albegiia, River ....42 29N 

Albemarle Isle........ OS 

Albemarle, Sd. ..~36 On 



AlbenaR. 

Alben^ 

Albens 

Alberca 

Alberca 

Albcrche R. 

Albergaria 




.48 48N 

4 4N 

5 46N 

39 32N 
w40 27N 

,0 5j)N 

40 46N 



Alberoul, Ft. ..^.45 3IN 
Albert ............^^^ftO On 

AlbertB«....~~...~...43 27n 

Albertl 47 I3w 

Albidona ...... 39 54n 

Albion .........~.~».4.3 IHN 

Albion .........~w.....38 23N 

Albinen 46 2;^N 

Albinona, Tr. ...^..30 54N 

Albin II. 53 ION 

Albium Ingaunum44 Sn 
Albo, M. .~.~,....>40 28N 

Albofein .......^..^...S? 8N 

Alboge .^.^.......^.56 22n 

Albolote .~ 37 81 N 

Albona ............„,45 4n 

Albonin, lale X> 5'2N 

Alboume .....^.......51 30n 

Albo«............„......,37 S3N 

AlbreoioK los~~.~..26 .3(M 
Albrigliton ........~.J>2 47n 

Albrighton .... 5 J 3UN 



Albiiora~.~.~..~~~3U 42n 
Albufent de 
Valencia 
Albula, River . 
Albunol . 
Albuquerque 
Albuquerque 
Albuquerque 
Albuquerque, Sn. 19 
Albuquerque ......18 

Albuquerque Cay a 12 3n 

Alburgh..... 58 27n 

Albumo, Mt. ......40 84N 

Albury .................51 44N 

Albury .,..........«,..61 SSN 

Albua Pagtiiu........25 lOn 




■srrar 

8 lla 
33 12a 
81 30nr 
81 30ir 

3 85W 
46 83B 
79 4W 
38 3a 
13 96B 
100 4w 
46ft3B 

8 9a 
13 88B 

8 6a 

ft 30ir 



8 4a 

1 85fr 
ft3 30B 
44 rs 

C if'/'.v 

8 27a 
48ft8a 
48 Ifta 
80 80a 
48 90B 



31 
33 
48 
48 
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87 
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69 
40 
98 
89 

31 
81 
30 

31 
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89 
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38 
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33 
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31 



81 
31 

50 

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47 

41 



18 38B 
48 AH9 

117 MB 
26 2()B 
73 47W 

118 8R 
9ft Ow 45.] 
83 20W 4ft 
83 low 

1 24W 

1 38W 

056w 
174 SOB 
144 45b 

6 4W 
11 ISa 
91 SOW 
76 19w 
11 46B 

8 12B 

5 58B 
8 .34W 

6 iw 

4 44W 
8 81W 

13 30B 
8 39b 

5 23B 

10 43B 
16 25B 
78 91W 
87 59W 

7 30B 
16 30a 

11 OB 

8 5a 

9 3»a 
8 12W 

10 44 B 
3 Slw 

14 5a 
8 J6w 
1 36W 
8 30W 

113 28W 
8 44W 
8 17w 

6 43W 



45 

80 
89 
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57 
67 
30 
31 
1 
48 
23 
31 
81 
80 
30 
30 
30 
31 
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16 
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33 
47 
47 
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33 
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38 

30 

85 

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59 

44 

8 

80 

40 

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30W 
9 87B 
3 I3W 

57 IIW 
849W 
105 I8W 
50 20W 
67 46w 
81 13W 

1 90a 
15 S3a 

1 4w 

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37 17B 



80 

17 

30 

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30 

40 

63 

54 

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8 

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8 

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wsmrnummmmm^mi 



56N 



I #I«MMWMI*M«IM 



Aldenton 

Alderton . 

Alderton .^.......^59 7n 

Aldford MM.. .MM..JM 8N 
Aldliiun..».«..»>»».».S8 SN 
Aldioli ...........^..37 93N 

Aldlnga B. 
Aldingen . 

Aldliiglon «.M»M»M..ftl ftN 
Aldourea ..^..^... ^1 6 SON 
Aldridge ^.m^mmJO 36n 
Aldiitono MoorMM.J>4 48n 
Aldj>wortli.MMMM...Sl 47n 
Aldiaohan>M~MM.Jt7 In 

Aldiiralde .....86 8Sa 

Aldvaid..M............S6 S3N 

Aldwinkl«MMMMM.J8 87n 
Ale R. MMMMM.M.JW SON 
Alo iV. ..........^w. M . 6 6 SlN 

.sesGN 

36 33N 

16 31 N 

7 SIN 

39 30N 

Alee BeiMM..M.M.>33 87n 

AI«eyarB«gMM»«...34 35N 

Alegnuia < 3 7 44n 

Alfjo, 8. «...».» 13 HON 

AlAiam MM..M.....80 ION 

Aleksandroosk 47 47n 

Alt'knndrooka w47 ION 

Alt'kHievtk .M) I4N 

Alckulevak ^^.^..53 UN 
Aleksleevka ^......52 16n 

.48 A5N 




Aleehki 
Aledo 



AlekKOpal 
AlLMiiimm 

Alo iiiinni 



Aliiii Khan :« IOn 

Alemoor ^^^.^^JS 35N 
AlemquerMM.MMMM I 558 

Alenfon 48 S6N 

% Alent^o 38 3i>N 

Ali>flutiun Ialand.~53 On 
I Aleppo «M.M..M..8fl 18N 
Aleppo m..mm..mmJ6 15N 

Aleppo ................ql* I IN 

Alepii C. M......MM..86 35N 

Aleria~~~MMMM.~.43 5N 
Aleria. TowerofM.43 6n 
Alcsheiin ^..^......49 Sn 

Alessandria ~m.m~44 55n 
Alemnndro Isle 

(Volcano flroup)SS I5N 
Alessio m.~-~mmm41 48N 
A lot o»i«^iw^^»»»»>»<w^^»w4i6 oon 

A 16(1 <■»»*»<<»»»» »^o*» **#aJO UN 

Aleur 60 41N 

Alexander, Fort 

(WextTenitory)S3 ION 
Alexander, Fort^JSO SON 
Alexander. PortM.15 408 

* Alexander, R~:20 Oa 
Alexander the 

Pint's IsleMMM~..60 Oa 
Alexander Mount 66 41n 
Alexandri Castra~.ao 90n 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria ^^.^^.35 
Alexandria m.m~~34 30n 
Alexandria Vltlinii41 On 
Alexandria — ~~96 35n 
Alexandria ,~m~~33 3n 
Alex,nndriti Troas 39 45N 
Alexandrian L.m>.S3 838 

* Alexandrina L.J5 Os 
Alexandroi>cheneM..%l 9n 
Alexnndrosehena 83 llN 
Alexandrov .^^^..44 87n 
Alexandrov ........ J W 4n 

Alexiindrov mm....J6 16n 

AleXHndrovkaM~~53 40N 

Alexia ..m. ^^..40 18N 

Alexlevka ^..^^.....SS S5N 

Alexinitia~~~~~~43 85n 
Aley .......,........^35 SON 

Ai6yor »#i*i**i^»ww>«>»w— *Kr 03" 

-m41 41N 




AlfHiarin 



9 47w 
1 AOw 

S6W 
8 Slw 
0S6a 
3 84W 

77 41W 

138 97b 

8 43B 

osea 

3 8W 

1 64W 

8 S7W 
1 46W 
3 59 

64 93W 
3 98W 
OSlW 

9 35W 
9 44W 

ftl ftia 
ftl Sla 
39 44a 
1 38W 
67 68a 
67 ftSa 
67 8a 
93S8a 
87 66W 
31 80a 
85 lOa 
31 6a 
48 Oa 
S0.31B 
47 578 

36 53b 
34 30b 
64 It'ivr 

9 SOB 
70 52a 

8 57W 
54 38W 

SB 

7 59w 
170 Ow 

.37 10a 

37 ISa 

37 13B 

38 Oa 
32a 

9 33a 
10 53B 

8 37b 

141 18a 
19 36a 

9 15B 
S3 48B 

6 98B 

198 45W 

85 SOW ' 
13 IOB 

34 38B 

75 Ow 

4 6w 

S6 26B 

99 S5N 

90 48W 
98 a6w 
75 S6W 
89 40W 

4 34W 
99S8B 

68 4) IB 
62 lOa 

69 IOb 
36 7b 

44 28B 
26 IOB 

i39 8b 
39 40B 

85 IOB 

35 9a 

48 48B 
48S4B 
38 31B 

49 18a 

86 19a 
55 I3B : 

91 S3a ; 

45 SB 
49Sa 
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i«g,.«...... .34 SSir 

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89 ION 

roosk 47 47N 

■ooka .~^7 ION 

'>0 UN 

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.'W I9n 
M25N 
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.48 SON 
.38 3l>N 



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I Iilaiid..JS3 ON 

•M ISN 

.16 ISN 
.36 IIN 

.aeasN 

.49 SN 
'owerof~42 6n 
.~49 3N 

ria 44 SSN 

ro Isle 
noGrotip)S5 ISN 

1 4«N 

Ai 69N 

UN 

...^ »,.M 41N 

er, F(»rt 

Terilu»ry)68 ION 
er, ForU-SO 30N 
er. PorU,ia 40S 
mder, R ~29 Ob 
erthe 

ble~.~~~fl9 Oc 
er Mount 66 4lN 
rtCastnu^ 90n 



a 47W 
I imr 

SOW 
9 SIW 
OMi 
S94ir 

77 4IW 
138 97b 

8 491 

0»B 

3 8w 

1 54W 

9 97wr 
1 46W 
3S9 

64 99ir 
3 28W 

31W 
S35«r 
3 44Mr 

81 SIB 
51 511 
39 441 

1 38W 
67 MB 
67 MB 
67 SB 
98 088 
87 Kw 
81 99b 
85 lOB 
81 6b 

49 9B 

50 3IB 
47 67B 

36 S3b 
34 30b 
64 .V2W 

9 SOB 
70 62m 

9 S7W 
54 88W 

SB 

7 saw 

179 Ow 

37 lOB 
37 i9B 

37 laB 

38 OB 
9 32B 
9 3»B 

10 ft3B 

8 37B 



ria 
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18N 

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as 

..^...M 30N 
ria Vltiinu41 On 
ria .■*^*>*»* 3 6 33n 
rin .~.,.~~33 Sn 
rin Trmu 99 45n 
rian L...~.S3 238 
ndrinaL..3B Os 
rofthmt^Jia 9n 
roaoliens 88 11n 
roT .MMM~44 27n 

rov >.^.«. J 6 16N 
rovka.~«~a3 40N 

[a ^**»»<.>.'»»SS SSN 
43 95N 






10 

8 

8 

7 

8 

9 

47 

56 

99 

8 

9 

8 

7 

8 

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53 

9 

8 

10 

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98 

99 

38 

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84 

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86 

98 

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98 

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28 

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58 

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54 

15 

30 

35 

86 

36 

60 

36 

59 

31 

9i 

31 



..~41 41N 



141 I8B 


35 


19 36B 


33 


9 ISB 


16 


23 48B 


34 


5 aSB 


19 


199 4Snr 


45 


95 SOW 


451 


12 lOB 


42 


34 888 


44 


75 OW 


1 


4 6W 


10 


S6 26B 


50 


99 55B 


43 


9l)48w 


47 


99 36W 


48 


76 56W 


47 


89 40W 


47 


4 34W 


10 


99S3B 


00 


nn 4()a 


58 


6^ IOb 


58 


69 IOb 


58 


36 7B 


59 


44 28B 


59 


26 IOB 


59 


i:» 8B 


56 


39 40B 


41 


85 IOb 


37 


35 9b 


87 


42 48B 


98 


48 34B 


98 


S8 31B 


37 


49 18B 


98 


96 19B 


S3 


55 13B 


97 


91 53B 


33 


45 9B 


36 


493B 


29 


040W 


99 



2lN 

38 S6N 
SSN 



Aiizye 

Aljeiur . 

Aflucen. 

Aljuitrel 

AfKasar ^^.....^..M S9n 

AlkHgouvat «....^J>3 33N 

Alkantra >..^<^.».35 I2N 

Alken>..>^.>^>.....S6 4n 

Aikieva ^.^...^^M 34N 



Alkmoar ^..........^a 30n 

Alkola^ ..,......^20 45N 

Alkfay R.«....^,...»..43 45N 

All Falu ....^^.^^ 42n 

All BainU, 

Boathelniliom «J>9 34n 
Allabee »...^.......^ 93N 

Alladale ...^ SON 

AllagadiR.........^? SN 

Albuua «........~<..30 37n 

Ailali Blielir ^...^ »m 
I Altoliaba<L....^.«25 On 

Allahabad.^.. ..^.25 S8n 

Allahbad ...^.^^.JBr On 

48 UN 

.46 29N 

S9n 

J>6 ION 

33 48 

)34N 



AllaioMu, 
Alkunan 
Allan B. 
Allan, B. 
Allan Mt 
Allan K. 
Allanton « 
Allan), CI. 
Allardlce , 
Allario^ 
Allai 



4««#«W>«#<fWtfMW*< 



JU 47N 



.35 ftiN 
f.6 A2N 

.^...^9368 
Allaf, Strait of «~ 8 358 
Allati^^ .^5 2N 

Alle Rtver>...«..>^..Jt4 96n 
Alleghnny Mtt. .^.38 ON 
Alleghiir «..^«...^.28 19n 
Alleguanh R. ^^..46 54n 
Allan, Uog of «..<~53 18n 
Allen, Lougli ...^54 7n 
Allendale ...^........M 54N 

Allendorf<~~~.~~51 ISN 
Allen»tely............48 38N 

A llenrtelg...~.«..^8 43n 
Allcniiteiii...~.^,><.53 47n 
Allerby ^..,..^^M 4Sn 
Aller, RiYer<....^.J2 S7n 

Allenton ...........^ I4n 

Allerthorpe 

Allert 

Allen 

Allerton, (York)..^ 4flN 

Allerton, Murtli<~S4 21 n 

Allerup ...>........,S7 16n 

Allesford SI 50n 

Alleriey...«..~^^..52 S4n 
Allawoe ^^~^....SS 19n 




Alley, The 
Allhallows 
Allia R. Envir. of 

Rome ............... 

t Allier. DeiNtft- 

m«nt of ........^. 

Alligah . 



.^17 48N 
.~51 98N 



,46 a3N 
.36 8n 



Alligator Pond B. 17 52n 
Alligator ReeC..^]? 4Rn 
Ailing..... .............66 16N 

Allington .,.,.....»<■« ION 

Allington .....^.....sa S8N 

Alio, RiTer .........52 8n 

Alloa ...... — .....~56 7N 

Allonby..........,...S4 46n 

Allone ...............48 19n 

Alloo Gut ......... 3 SiN 

Allotts ..... — .....16 Ion 
Alloway K. .........55 27n 

Alloaa 41 IN 

Alltcliuwyler ......47 83n 

Allstadt 58 96N 

Alltumoor ... 
Allumettes, L 
A II win ton 
Alma 
Almaden 




J» 40N 



Alma^roaes.........40 S7n 

Aimagro ..^........SS 53n 

Almagro .^.^....-.38 45N 

Aimagro ..J8 45N 

Almaguer^.^....... 1 47n 

Almagiier 1 47n 

Ainuje ... ...56 94N 



on o«)B 
8 52W 
1 12W 

8 4W 
5 48W 

55 54B 
5 47W 

9 52B 
60 19B 

4 44B 
77 "B 
47 48B 
85 99B 



30 
99 
30 
44 
96 
44 
25 
97 
18 
39 
98 
93 



1 9SB 8 
51 OB 38 

4 30W 10 
60 5W 46 
86 19W 48 

28 38B 86,60 
89 OB 39 
81 41B 
60 34B 

1 6UB 

6 24B 
9 48W 

3 54W 
147 98B 

4 &5W 
3 SIW 

14 26B 
a 20w 

7 SOW 
125 24B 
116 53B 

29 6B 

7 7B 
91 12B 
79 3UW47.48 
78 OB 39 
69 20W 

6 14W 

8 Ow 

9 15W 
8 2B 

8 40B 

15 20B 
20 9SB 

3 2SW 

9 IWB 
4aw 

48W 

2 53W 

1 19w 
1 SIW 
1 27W 

10 llB 

0S8B 

1 33W 
10 ISB 
77 I6W 

3UB 



3 8b 
6 4«B 
77 8-w 
77 86W 
938B 
1 42W 

44w 

8 SIW 
S46W 

3 24W 

1 40B 
123 55b 

81 35b 
79 ISB 

4 8UW 
28W 
733B 

19 56B 
69 34B 
77 20w 

2 5W 
35 IOB 

4 47W 

9 44W 
33»w 

5 llw 
ft llw 

5W 
„ »w 
56 82B 



!? 



39 
38 
15 
17 
10 
10 
56 

8 
10 
32 

9 
33 
40 
40 
33 
17 
94 



46 
13 
19 

7 
91 

sa 

23 

24 

7 

91 

7 

7 



7 

7 

95 

8 

8 

25 

SO 

8 



31 

15 
44 

10 
50 
85 
8 
7 
18 
10 

ll 
40 
89 
39 
10 
99 
17 
94 
88 
46 
7 
37 
30 
29 
80 
30 
30 
59 
59 
97 



8 25N 




Aioia ..................in 4r 

Alora ............... ..J6 52n 

Alott «~. 
Alouclita 
Alp, 81 , 
Alp, L. 
Alpar. 

Alpcdria 

Alpea Canilcae 

Alpet Cottiae ^ . 

Alpet Oralae ...^.45 30n 
Alpet Maritimae...44 I2N 
Alpei Pennine mU6 On 
Alpei RliaetieBe.~46 SON 

Alphanutone «.«...51 69* 
Alphach «mwmmuim46 ftfiN 
Alplien ...............51 98N 

Aipnon #»^w>^wi*tf>i>^tfMy w 1 w^iv 
Alphen ...............52 8n 

Alpbeus, River ...37 3Rn 
Alpnaeh............... 46 £6N 

Atpo Kliori .........37 20N 

X Aipi, Lower, 

Department of...44 9N 
t AIpe, Upper, 

Department of ...44 40n 

Alpa, Mountains [^ '^j| 

tAlpn, (WUr- 
tembeif ) .........48 97n 

AlpuJamn............2I 27n 

Alretford ............51 5N 

All 

t Alaace. 

Al«adnmu», Mt. ...32 40n 

Alias, Rivtir «..«..3g 20n 
Alsas, River ........39 28n 

Alsasua ...............42 SIN 

Alsblerg 57 2n 

t Alsen, I»le~....~.fi4 58n 

Alsfeld ...............St) 46N 

Alsli, Loch .........57 I7N 

Alt.kog ...............57 22N 

A stop ^i*^^*^**'^*m^»^0^0O»9 AN 
Alstetten ............47 2:iN 

Alstocu ...............55 24N 

Alston ...............S3 SON 

Alt Clianlachan...57 SON 



0/ WW — oa- 



4 43w 

5 SOB 
4 IB 

34 29B 
94(nr 
9 23B 

20 IB 
8 53W 

12 3UB 

6 35B 

6 55a 

7 aOB 

7 IOB 
10 OB 

1 95W 
043B 

8 16B 
4 58B 
S29B 
4 SOB 

31 31 B 

8 17b 

2a 2SB 



S6 45N 

'<w* o»^ <»<i» »» J <WK 4 *v" 



6 14B 

6 IOB 
19 OB 

9 30B 

99 Sw 

I low 

10 17B 

7 »M 

36 48B 

44 SOB 

44 57b 

9 low 

9 95B 

9 SIB 

9 17b 

5 34W 

18 40B 

1 46W 

8 28B 

11 42B 

2 36W 

3 2iw 
71 16W 
71 39W 



Albimura............40 48N 

Altomura..... 36 33B 

Altun Nor .......^32 i:ts 

Allan R 35 35n 

Altan-gol ............34 SON 

Altanoor ...........34 4n 

Altar Pres. del .....31 ON 

Altarig bland .....^(7 40n 

Altars of Lina.~~.50 26n 

Altea . 38 35N 

Altels. ~~.~~.46 25N 

Alten, River ~~~60 57n 
Alten 50 32N 



Altenbiirg~ 
Alten burg, 
Altenbi>rg~ 
Altenburgh 
Altetifuld ~ 
Altenfeld 



~.47 52N 



JiO 52N 



,^>m^0mm*im0^»0*t^ 



J>4 2»N 
~49 SON 
Ji9 48N 



Altengaord ~~~~.69 57N 
Altenkirehen ~~~5n 4In 

Altonsteig 48 36n 

Alter deChao~~~39 15n 
Altenlcf ~~~~.~Ji5 4n 
Allerton ............50 37n 

Allerwnll L. ,.......J8 32n 

Altham .. 
Altliash .. 
A'tliorne 
Altlinrpe 



~Ji3 48N 
~Ji7 3SN 
~Jil 39N 



.~....53 35N 
Aliliorpe, I8.~~~.J5 &48 

Altibtiri ...~ ~35 40n 

Aliikean ~..~~~~55 7n 
Altingtiauien ~~w46 59N 
Altinum ~....~~..4S 34N 
Aluurcn ~.~~~~.47 37n 



86 OB 

5 SIW 

16 33N 
93 3B 
80 OB 
84 SB 
86 30B 
69 348 

101 5SW 

6 ISW 
9 25W 
4W 

7 3<)B 
93 3a 

12 19a 

17 15a 
11 saa 

13 48B 
91 OB 

OSSa 

598b 

33 OB 

7 36B 

8 ii7B 

7 aiw 
aa 

a8w 
low 
21w 
6w 
44B 
44W 
136 52B 

8 52B 
4 48W 
8 37B 

19 20B 
7 16B 



12 

4 
3 

a 

3 






30 
49 
10 
98 
19 
17 
93 
80 
69 
69 
60 
09 
69 
60 
99 
8 
17 
18 
18 
18 
34 
17 
34 



6 15B 16 



16 
31 
31 

93 
49 

8 
25 
14 
37 
38 
36 
29 
95 
25 
92 

9 
96 

7 
17 
95 

7 

9 
50 
52 



.7 03N 66 OW 59 



Alta Tela 17 aSN 

Altagracia. Pta. ~.10 43n 
Alta Oracia 

(N. Ouaynna) 
Altai Mountains, 

Great 46 On 91 30B 35 

Altai Mountains, 

Altalug ~.S7 SN 



35 

9 

33 

34 

39 

39 

55 

39 

49 

9 

9 

99 

17 

96 

17 

93 

21 

39 

94 

99 

84 

96 

92 

98 

30 

25 

8 



7 



8 

7 

66 

60 

10 

17 

50 

15 



Aiiiataiu ~.i~~.~.gr^nir 
Amarali, W. el ~.29 S6N 
Amarante~.~~~~>41 21n 
Anianpouni~.~«~22 5N 
Amarat~. ~~.~~~33 48n 
Amaidus, R. ~~..37 On 
Amarilliosa ~.~~..38 19n 
Amarpoor ...i.,..,.,.26 46n 
Amasia ~~~~~m~40 36n 
Amaeia ~...~~~..>40 43n 



ij ujH m 



Amoisenili 

Amaiserah 

Amassiah 

Amastorot 

Amastris 




^tftftftftftfMMW^ 



I 45N 
1 48N 

40 33N 
I 40N 

41 43N 



Amata ( Amathus)89 I9n 
Amatape~.~.~.~~~4 488 
Amateii ~.~.~~..~.39 IOn 
X Auutembou~~..31 408 
Amatlius ..,..~.....84 43N 
Amathus ~~~~....32 19n 
Amatlon ~~.~~~.2o 26n 
Aniatrlce ~~.~~~.42 38n 
Aninxiki ~~.»~~.3i 4)IN 
Aniayclia ~,~~~~.J4 S^s 
Aiiiusara I. ~.~.~.28 33n 
Anioson. or Mara- 
n(in, R. ~~~~~mO 



X Amasoulali 
Amba 



7» 

.28 08 
22 3HN 



AinbaBlclioi ~~~30 I8N 
Anibagi, Ell~,~.~.?6 SW 
Anibutamb ~~~~.2I iUa 
Amber Cape ~~~I2 IDs 

AnllMJK o»»»»»^^#ww^^i»»ol 4" 

Anib<!rg~~~~~~~.49 26n 
Ambergris lsle~~~17 SSN 
AmberRris, Cs. ~.21 On 
Ambort ~~..~~.»~.4S 32n 
An>ble8ide~~~~~..54 26n 
Ambleteuse .. ~~.50 4!)n 



Amble ve, R. 
Amboo, I. . 
Amboora ~ 
Ambnicia 



~~~S0 3IIN 
17 20s 

n*«wMMw2l oN 

KIN 



Ambracian Gulf ~.39 On 
Ambrakia~~.~~~.38 58n 
Ambmkia, Lake 38 4£n 
A mbrieres.. ...~.....48 34n 
Ambrysius ~~.~~38 vSn 
Anibuge ~~..~~~.~7 4SS 
Amecn Khun, K. 33 iflN 
AnieiJden~.~~~~.Sl SHn 
Ameland Isle ~.~.53 iHs 
Amelcoy ~~~~~~27 Os 
Amelia ~.~~..~.~,42 34n 
Amelia Isle ~~~~.30 3on 
Amelte ~~~~~~~Ji2 58n 
Amendra ~~~~.~.3.> 35n 
Ameni Isle ~~~~.11 Ion 
Amerliach ~~~~.48 S4N 
± America, North 45 on 
X America, South 17 Os 
America (Illinois) 37 UN 



33S4B 
8 Iw 

96 20b 
49 28B 
40 308 

6 67W 
86 4SB 
36 Ob 

35 58a 
33 22b 
32 92a 

36 9Sa 

19 58B 
S3 92a 
35 41a 
80 50W 
3S41a 

97 40b 
S3 48 
85 418 

103 .-Ulw 
l3iiOB 

20 428 
67 law 
63 7w 



60 

ao 
so 

88 
59 
30 
39 
50 
36 
60 
36 
36 
69 
69 



37 
44 1 

Sf> 
37 
49 
31 
34 
S3 
4V 



49 45W 
31 08 
74 4S8 
30 20b 
33 son 
44 36b 
49 208 

33 328 
11 47k 
87 52W 
71 ISw 

3 448 
9 57w 
1 358 
5 3:;>. 

178 30 : 
79 308 
21 OB 
91 08 
21 108 

21 118 
39W 

22 398 
17 408 
62 558 

4 578 

5 4S8 
58 00W 
19 £68 
81 36W 

6368 

34 948 
73 108 
10 428 

100 Ow 1, 41 
60 OW 1,51 
89 3n 48 



64 

44 

aa 

4.1 
43 
42 
4' 
6'U 
2;; 

4n 

60 
16 
7 
IS 
19 
41 
3!) 
fi<) 
34 
34 
34 
IS 
84 
42 
38 
18 
18 
63 
31 
48 
18 
36 
39 
22 



American Fur 

Co.'s Depot S0 54N 113 4w 49 

American Fur 

Comp.Trad.post 46 43n 88 SOW 48 
American Fur 

Company's Ho. 46 43n 92 30w 47 
American Fort, 

(Lake Rainy) ~.48 33n 
Amerongen ~~~.Ji2 On 



.20 23N 
~.....52 9n 
.~.~.51 40N 
~~~Jil 66N 

51 IN 

19 30n 



Amerpoor . 

Amersfoort 

Amersham 

Amerstol ~ 

Amesbiu7 .. 

Amgon ~~. 

Amherst ~~~~~~16 8n 

Amherst Is. ~~~~.34 aON 

Amherst 

(Nova Scotia) 
Anii.'itka, Isle 
Amida 
Amidalli 
Amiens 
Amieva 
AmilgiUielo Ks. ~.98 308 
Ainilore, R. « 
Amilpat, Vol. 
Aminabud 
Aminoasa 
Amiaficid 
Amitia H~ 





93 24W 

5 578 
76 358 
5 238 
03»W 

4 478 
11 46W 
81 S28 
97 478 

126 208 

64 4w 

179 108 

39 528 

26 128 

9 198 

5 nw 

68 I4W 
60 ISW 
91 63W 
58 158 
96 318 
S37W 
7 OB 



47 

18 

ao 

18 
8 

18 
8 

39 
40 
55 

4C 

.15 
£9 
» 

rs 
•M 

.■>3 
54 
49 
38 
30 
1« 
58 



;i ■ 



(indran UceRnT .W 08 
Aiiiitetteh>^>.^..^48 In 
Amtio L. ^.^...<..88 48N 
Atntaogli L. .».,.» 30 Mk 
Amiwu Lnke ~~~ .'i 3AN 
Aniuda «...>m..^~»T7 7n 
Amulree ....^^..JW Sin 
Amurani «.».>.....38 S2n 
AiniirKtin, I. ...^17 40s 
Amurrio ^...<.,.^4.'< 4n 
AinuM:a~»....^.~^42 I3N 

Ainut ^...,..«. 87 Ks 

Amvile <..^...,.>...5a 53n 
AmwH .~.i».~~~~31 ftON 

Amy I.. 76 On 

Amy B. .,......^...75 On 

Amyjelae 
Amycli 
Amyot Mt. 
Amyoun «. 
An, D«n. ~ 
Ana, R. 8. 
Ana, 8.. 



^JU SON 
..ja IAN 
^13 SB 
~.I9 13a 

:il 36N 
71 SON 



Ana, &<» 
Anab 

Anabani, R 
Anabankoe ..i....^70 Mw 

Anaby ^^^^..^..87 8(iN 
Anaeu ^.^.,........ 5 88 

Anadia ^^^^.^ 9 83s 
Anadir, Guir of ^.jM On 
Anadir, R....^...^.64 On 

Anadirtkoi .^.i.....,^ SON 

AnadoH Hinar, on 

the Bomhorui ^ 
AnadoH Kr vak , on 

the Bofphonu ^ 
t Anadolis .....^jao 30n 
Anadolkeui »^..~.44 18N 
Aniieburg ^...^^^88 S6n 
Anafonltra ^.......JSJ 83n 



Anagnda, Isle ...1.^18 48n 
Anngada de Fuera 10 IOn 
AnagaMan«.......».. 83 83n 

Anagnl ^............^X 47n 

Anagoondy ..^....18 SIn 

* Analw.~........34 S2n 

Anahune ^......^.29 35n 

Anahuae Mowite. 38 80N 

AnaklHiy ^.~.<i^«^8g I IN 

AnSKllll #aWIMIM«MtM«M«v3 SON 

AllilKVA o r*K»iK^>»»# »w <»^ p If'v 

Anatebou ...^.^^ 4 ION 
Analiba ....^..JOi UN 



Anamba Isles . 
Anamoiir< 



3 SON 

jsa iiN 



Anamour, Cape .JX iu 
t Ana n ,..........^.!? SON 

Anana, Village 

of, see Ruins of 

Babylon...... 



77 0» 
14 A3b 
06 388 
86 888 
88 84W 
40 38N 

3 47W 
M 5a 

174 308 
S88W 

4 SAW 
4 81W 

3 38W 
S8 08 
68 308 
67 08 
13 908 
99 978 

147 828 
38 518 

4 9lw 

66 OW 
79 48nr 

67 OW 
SS 48 

IU8 08 
1116 808 
6 40W 
SS 89W 
86 37nr 
177 0*r 
167 908 
167 408 



31 08 
S8 478 
10 368 
90 418 
6» 92W 
08 Mw 

6 90«r 
13 1(18 
76 SSm 
41 488 
04 53W 
108 40W 
76 88 

839W 
41 828 
40 388 
96 38 

38 888 
106 08 

89 888 

39 488 
103 SUB 



..34 98N 
Atmtliutli .......»....3I 49n 

Anatolia .....~....>43 16N 

Anatolico«~.~~~~38 S2N 
Anatagra .. .^.98 98s 



Anaurapucu, U.. 
Anava L. ....^....^ 
Anava, R. 



30N 
^ 83N 
48N 



Anavananim >.~.U1 SON 
Anavelbaua, 9,.^ S 488 
Anay~..~...M.....~.10 18N 

AnMarba ..... . ..^. J SI SON 

Ana«lri>i............~.37 48n 

* Ani)ar*.v.....MWMMw.33 19N 

Ancamayo ~»..«..90 4ls 
Anoatter ........ . ...B9 fiON 

Anccnl».>...........48 23n 

Anchlaliu 49 33N 

Ancliitty ....i...~.~19 SON 

Anchoo ... ....... .....38 38N 

Andivr l«iand.....U5 44a 

AMtuuritc'i IsU M. 1 A 



1 
93 
58 
30 
84 
36 
10 
34 
41 
20 
30 


10 
37 
38 

9 
80 
34 
86 
37 
10 
89 
89 
59 

38 
88 

54 
54 
S8 
88 
88 

33 

S3 
36 
38 
28 
34 
80 
49 
19 
31 
3D 
36 
49 
49 
39 
13 
S8 
98 
40 
89 
40 
36 
36 
35 



Anany, R. ,....,^ 1 5S8 

Anapa................. 44 47N 

Anaplie I...... .......36 98n 

Anaplii ..^...........37 S9n 

Aniqiiil, Is. ........J6 99N 

Anapo, R. ......... I 878 

Anapiiro ............ 3 488 

Anan^ahpoora ... 8 18n 

Anas, II. 37 ION 

Anas.el*AVoJoud 
Isle(Phllo»>......94 On 

* Anafelbe»~~~~34 24n 

Aiiiiilio. 



61 SOW 

37 108 

98 488 

99 488 
98 468 

61 86W 
49 Vm 
80 ariB 

7 28W 

39 838 
41 808 
35 188 
41 8U8 

49 08 
88 188 
19 848 
91 208 
69 I9W 
82 low 
30 98 

62 8W 
91 408 

50 SOW 
13 388 

38 598 
21 37b 
43 89B 
62 57W 

P82W 
1 low 
97 388 
77 488 
125 92B 
166 108 
148 tSB 



36 
59 
98 
89 
34 
34 
59 
54 
39 
88 

43 
49 

37 
86 
59 
37 
31 
84 
53 
54 
59 
hi 
89 
59 
49 
89 
84 
36 
88 
7 
18 
59 
39 
i& 
87 
41 



Andros ......... .....J7 5In 

Andros, Iiile ...^ Wsk 
Andros Isle 

<WetlIndk!«)~.94S5N 
Andrum ............87 6n 

Andrutra ............37 28n 

Andt^ar ............38 In 

Aneboda...............57 gN 

Anegada. B. ......40 908 

Anem, or 

Engannlm.........Jg 8BN 

Anemurium and 

Vt* .. I'. .11 < II .....<....86 4N 
Aner ....39 98n 



94 458 
94 528 



84 
34 



Anere, 
Anerin, 81 
Aneyra. 
Aneyra 
Angara 



.14 5.% 

ON 

<M 58 



t Angad,Deiertof3« 20n 
Angara, R. ,.«..... 85 45N 



19 98N 
1 14N 
40 46N 



AngasieBay 

Angdsai * 

Angela . 

Angela ..>.....»..... 1 9 10a 

Angel. .. .. ... 8 7 49a 

Angelee ................36 49a 

Angelica ...49 18n 

Angelo, C. L. ......36 94N 

Angelo Castro, L. 38 34n 
Angelo Kastro ~~..37 45N 
Angelon ei ... . .. ...... 36 45n 

Angehk ..63 87n 



Angerburg. 
Angerlo.... 



..54 I9N 



Angemian, R....».e3 99n 
Angennunde.~....JO 9n 

Angers Leigh ......JM) 37n 

Angenrille... ...48 I9n 

Anggoonda ^....^..16 58n 
Angtilon, Chle. d'47 92n 
Angistri, Isle......>.37 41 n 

Angles... .....49 ON 

Anglewa, Isle ....JtA I8N 

Angli....... ,.84 ON 

Angmering .........JW 50n 

i Angola ....>........ 9 Oa 

..30 5SN 

...39 SON 

ON 



^ Angonu. 
Angora. 



Anicus, R.. 
Aniuiigunge 
Aniroa 

• Aninae,Ii 

Anio R. Envs. of 

Rome 
Anio R. 
AnisusR. 
AiiJar 
An, ediva L 
An, ent 
AiiJitoU, R 
Aiijui 
X Aiijou 



.37 



Ai^unweel. 



ON 
SON 

9n 
14 45N 

8 40N 
.Wn 

......47 38N 

......I7 97N 



78 OW fiO 

91 808 34 

n488 34 

4 iw an 

14 398 96 

68 low 58 

35 908 87 



Angora R.. 

Angorl ^.......^.......^tO 40n 

Angoetum............. 6 18N 

Angostura, or New 

Guayana, hic ... 8 8n 
Angot..................l3 ION 

Angouleme~~M..M.48 39N 
% Angoumois.........48 48n 

Angoiba R. ............16 SOs 

Angra de Cavallos 94 SON 
Angra Pequina, or 

8. Cnu........».....86 oa 

Angruff R« ...... .... . .48 48m 

Ang-tong .^^........,15 SON 

A ngtaoo. ^.....20 47N 

An(pin~. « 7 SON 

Anguilan.....,.......,14 4SN 

Anguilo, or Hnake 

Isle ..........18 14N 

Anguillita Isle~.~.18 93N 
AnKumn ............36 SON 

Angiise ................93 208 

X Anlittlt...........,.5l 49N 

Anhnnduliygaura 

River — ...........90 40s 

Anhaiigitiwy R. .~ 6 58 
Anhanguera~.......90 4S 

Aniielin ...^.....48 33n 

Aniioll liile...........B6 43N 

Anlioltbye....~......J>6 4SN 

Anialnrra M.«......49 SON 

.18 lOS 

.S4 3»N 

i4 30a 

8N 



39 468 
.11 48 
66 50w 

7 58W 
»82B 

98 568 
68 36W 

1 OW 

110 08 

79 488 

88 24B 

8 87W 
51 18W 
11 98W 

99 448 
71 6w 
78 Sw 
93 138 
81 248 
99 588 
99 608 
58 478 

91 418 
6 78 

16 498 

13 48B 

34W 

8 8W 

9 Ob 

92 968 
77 40B 

9 S7b 
S8 218 

9388 

4 20w 
10 SOB 

3IW 
13 188 
33 SOB 

89 478 36,60 
103 3I« 35 

20 148 36 
74 35W 59 



80 
37 
52 
19 
69 
59 
53 
44 
85 
89 
39 
SO 
54 
53 
49 
53 
47 
34 
84 
34 
34 
97 
94 
18 
96 
94 
16 

8 
15 
S6 
89 
15 
34 
99 

7 
58 

8 
49 
36 



63 88W 
40 468 
68 
108 
30 SOB 
16 OW 



63 8W 

69 88W 
47 9«B 
S0 48W 
19 108 

85 Ow 

60 OW 
40 82W 
12 58 
11 388 
11 308 
45W 
81 28W 
01 J58 
6516W 
110 87w 



19 408 
14 lOB 
70 lOB 
74 lOB 
76 88B 
16 168 
106 388 
3(IW 
TSlSa 



89 
49 
16 
14 
49 
49 



18 95B 49 

20S6B 57 

100 908 40 

81 SOB 89 

8 188 49 

145 858 35 



50 
SO 
36 
83 
91 

84 

54 
54 
99 

2S 
95 
90 
54 
40 
S3 
40 

81 
69 
80 
SO 
SO 
SO 
33 
40 
14 
SO 



Anstruther, 
Anta 



wv am 
14N 



AutMBollt .........96 85n 

Antnkra,....., ..38 ]4n 

Antak) 13 On 

Antananarivo .M..18 Oa 
AnlaiidniaMM.Mi.89 S3N 
Anuu) --- 7 SSa 

Antar ,....34 4n 

Antarottc Ooaaiu..75 «« 
Antavou«buu.«»MJl8 Sn 
Ante Cristo -..^^tH SSa 
Aniequera .,..^.....37 on 
Antliedow ............aa 98N 

Anthony... ■ 59 6n 

Anti Gono I. ....JUK SSn 
AntI MUoi.....»....36 47n 

***"lM'ff nfrfifr»<i<wMiij43 84l9 

AnticosU, Isle.......40 .IOn 

Antldrepanum Pr JO ftlN 
Antlgonisli....»....,.45 S6n 

Antigua 
AntikynK 



9 4lw iO 
81 



17 9N 



Anti-Ubanus, M. 33 59N 

AntllO ,13 90N 

Antino....... 41 54N 

Antinoe. 



. ON 
Antioch. ........ .......86 llN 

Antlochia ............87 S5N 

Antiochia............a6 llN 

Antlochia ..,~. 87 59n 

AntiocMa~~......>.S8 I8n 

Antiodiiaad Cr..,.3a llN 
Antlochia Myg- 

dooica « 

Antioquia 

Antiparoi Islc...^ On 
Antlpatri»...,....,...39 13N 

Anti-Pnxo Isle .~~^0 ON 
Antipliellus ..^......86 On 

Antipiirae,...........31 6N 

Antipodes of 

Greenwich ....mmSI 98a 

Antipodes, Isle ..,..,40 37a 
Antlpolis...„.......,..43 40N 

Antipyrgos ...»....,.J9 4N 

A ntisana ..,..,. ........0 978 

Antium, Envs. of 

Rome ............... 

Antium. .......41 98N 

Antivari... ...49 3n 

Antofogasta~»..M...26 33s 

Antoig 60 32N 

Antoja Volcano ~,37 36k 
AntomopoliR...~..w40 48n 



Antongil Bay. 
Antonini 
Antonio, Port 
Antonio, 8....... 

Antonio de los 

Cobree, 8,... 

Antonio. &...>« 

Anton vskoi...... 

AntopoL.~. 

Antoun Elii 

Antrain. 

Antr 

t Antrim, 

Antrim 

Antrodoca 




Antron 

AnU'R. 

Antvorskov „.*..,JM 34n 

i Antwer p ,,.....,..,..i81 14n 



Antwerp .« ,.......^..81 J4N 

Antwerp (New 
York;>......>.^...,44 ION 

Antire, L. ..^......UM SON 

AnurugrHmmum.....8 SON 

Anwick ..^......,......83 3N 

Anwoth..„.........,..84 S3n 

Anxious Biiy........33 9IM 



Any poor ............ ..19 54N 

Aniarba ..............37 8n 

Anio, Pt d' .....^.wtl 27N 

Aol«......,.,..~...~...~42 4AN 

AorPoulOM.«~~».~S 95N 
Aomo«..»..»....,w...34 40N 

Aosta 
Aotea. 
Aotea I. 

AOlU £%• «mw*mi*mm<i 

Aowbuh 

iApadieriaa 
Apaches 




46W 

ii aoi 

se 168 
4O40B 

46 SOB 
96 54B 
.W 3W 
3»SI8 
70 08 
4 A6W 

60 96W 

4 33W 

93 968 

5 7w 

94 08 

94 ISa 
7 SB 

63 low 
10 458 
69 4W 

61 SOW 
92 948 
36 188 
30 888 
ISS7B 

30 548 
36 108 
69 208 
36 58 
98 408 

31 2l« 

32 988 

41 98 
76 SW 

95 SB 
34 SOB 
90 108 
90 40b 
98 988 



59 
90 
88 
48 
48 
89 
54 
36 

I 

9 
SS 
30 
34 

8 
S3 
34 
16 
48-1 
50 
46 
SO 

37 
49 
31 
60 
60 
58 
59 
58 
69 
89 

80 
59 
84 
87 
84 



180 1 

174 308 34 

7 9B SO 

94 08 SO 

78 18W 89 



16 08 

.28 32a 

la ION 

...jl) 48N 

.94 18S 

^1 838 

..40 ION 

16N 

SIN 

97n 

26 ON 

84 84N 

43N 



IS 49b 
10 108 
67 .^.IW 
3 968 
70 3W 

39 888 
1 96W 

40 608 
48 36W 
76 SOW 
74 40W 



81 
SO 
S) 
83 

19 
M 
SO 
8 
42 
64 
60 
89 



67 93W 


S3 


61 SOW 


54 


51 628 


98 


84 848 


98 


35 SIN 


37 


1 SIW 


15 


78 08 


SO 


6 ISW 


19 


6 14B 


19 


13 78 


31 


S9 SOB 


34 


.30 388 


44 


11 SIB 


95 


4 428 


10 


4998 


19 



47 

19 
68 

1? 



75 SOW 

8 17W 

80 30B 

low 
4 ISW 

1S4 4I)B 41,66 
13 \-m m 
70 SOB 
35 3«> 
16 308 
19 498 

1 91W 
104 868 

73 SB 

7 168 

175 SB 

175 928 

10 40B 

63 08 
110 SOW 
108 0«r 



30 
36 
42 
31 
99 
40 
58 

at 

57 

?7 
50 
38 
40 
49 



; Afipeiticii 
Appenaell , 
Apperley... 
Appenen. 
Appenip 
Appla VI . 
or Rome, 
Applaria 
Appin, 



..M.47 
— 81 



. .WI....S 6 
bi. Knvlr. 



..43 



"M m .B4 

.............. S3 



Appin w ,, ,T4 

App n IIo. M.M....JI6 
Applngmdam 
Appleby mm. 

Appleby mm 

Applecrosi,L..M..,57 
Appe,Cr.MM.M..30 
ApplecrosB ...........57 

AppledoreMMMM.Sl 
Appledore»....,.....sl 

App enrth.M.,......S5 

Apple HilU 
Applet 



..34 

46 



Applesham ..........si 

Appleton ...w 63 

Appleton 63 

Appleton, E. .^...84 
Appleton, WlikcJM 
Applethwaite .....84 
Appletrewiok m~~S4 
AppollonU ..M.... 8 
Appretotte ,,..mm 6 
Approunnie m.^. 4 
AMospitta ...........38 

A piftrU i Ui»y»»si M w»#aM4 1 



..30 
40 



Aptnnu, Ri 

Apuloy, R. 

Aptus, R... 

A P 1 ....W.. .I...... 43 

Aptera *......»...... .88 

Apt" • 4 7 

t Apulia .m. m mm4I 
Apamca CibotuiMSS 
Apure, R.......M... 7 

ApurimnoR. ..^..lo 
Aqua Fritis m....„S6 

AqiUM ........M..,.~44 

Aquae ................36 

Aquafreddo ^..^..SR 
AqiiSB Regiu( 
Aquse Soils, 



•M##MiM>M>m44 



A que Tacapitance Sn 
A qiinna ,....^..,.....48 

Aquaverde m.,......?}! 

Aqiicra .......^,.....43 

Aquliir .».M,.M.... 3 

Aquiln 49 

Aquilefa 
Aqiiilfjii 
Aquinciim . 
Aquincum ..^......4] 

Aqulnum ......mm4I 

Arab, W. e l M.~.,3i 
Araayr (Aroer) ^.^1 
Arab Tower, 

Lower Egypt, «.3( 
Arab, Wadyel....3S 

Arab, Wady el ^..2! 
Arabali, Pkin of...S( 
t Arabah, W»AyJ» 
Araoat ,..».....»... ... 4 . 

Arabat el ...........,^6 

Arapgir ...,. „ .....,..3t 

± AraDl«...M........8i 

X Arabia PetrB!n...2I 

i Arabia DoMrta 93 

ArabiaEniporiiun IS 

t Arnbki Felix «...]{ 

Aruboli 

A raain ................ 9f 

t Amcan 

AracatI 

A nicenn... ......... . ..3i 

Anicliniiii 
i Arachoste 
Arachova ............ 3( 

Anid ..................4fl 

Arad. 

Aradiit, I. 

Aradui 

i Aragon ..«...»..,... 4 1 

Anigon,.„.M,....M.a< 

Amgon, R. 
Arnguna...... .^....35 

AragUH, 

Aragiiat Mini.M....9f 

Aiaguari R, ...........l 

AiagtnR. 



.47 SIN 
.47 ION 
M Kn 



Appeniall ^ 
Ap|»rl«y^.^^^5l S7if 

Appwun, 53 9AM 

Appwup „„ ^ u im 

Appte Vto. Knvlr. 

Appfatflu ^„ „,....^48 Mw 

Appte>w>..w ( 16 37l( 

Appjn w. 34 Ha 

Appjn IIo. Bit 3UN 

ApplnndMn ...^.^As son 
Appleby mmmwmmJM S4ir 
AppUby .......,^<^M 38N 

Appltorou, L. M.^ Wn 
App e, Cr.^...^.^3ft aoif 
Applecrou.......„^7 97n 

Appledoiv^M....^fil 4N 

Appledor « ^^..,^^8l Sn 
App!eg*rth..M.MM^8 Oif 
Apple Hill...... ,.,.34 7a 

Applw .. 4 6 nw 

Apple«hain...MMM4il Uw 

Appleton ft3 SON 

Appleton ,.j. fl3 S3n 



Appleton, E. ^...^14 91 n 
Appleton, WlikbJM 90n 
«3n 
9n 
5 40n 
8 SON 
4 SON 
I8N 
1 39n 
.41 43N 



Appletliwalie 

Appletrewick 

Appollonte 

Appretotte 

Approiinnie 

Aproipltta 

ApmnuiR, 

Ap*loy, R. .........30 A3a 

ApMU, R.............40 4aN 

Ap t .i.»»i».i»ii M ii<i<.<43 A9n 
Aptem .^............85 97n 

Apt! ...47 48n 

Apuft .M,....,..,......44 SRN 

t ApullH ..............41 AN 

ApADiea Clbolui...38 An 

ApUfe, K m ........... 7 dAN 

Apurlmao R. ..^..lo 40a 
Aqua Fritli *m^^ M ISa 

Aquae ...44 SAN 

Aqiiaa .................44 4An 

Aquae ...M SON 

Aquafreddo ......... 3B A8n 

Aqun ReBiue.»>...3A 97n 

Aqu« 8ont ...Al 9AN 

Aque Tacapitunce Xt AAn 
A qiinnH . ^ ^M^^^Ai 90n 
Aqiinverde ...........99 3Sn 

Aqiicni .I..............43 loN 

Aqiiliir ................ 3 ASa 

Aqulln ...............4« 90N 

Aqulleltt ...............S 48N 

Aqiillfjii ....„........4A 4AN 

Aquincum ..,^.......47 30N 

Aqutnouin ............47 4AN 

Aqulnuni ............41 3AN 

Arab, W. eU~..~~39 37n 
Araayr (Aroer) ...31 38N 
Arab Tower, 

Lower Egypt, ^.30 A6n 
Arab, Wady el. ...39 38N 

Arab, Wady el .....93 AlN 

Arabali, Plain or...98 42N 
t Arabah, Wady..9» Sn 

Arabat el #*#*a>«,^v6 lOvr 



94N 
B94N 
9 ISw 
i>3Aa 
19 32B 



9fl9AB 

!l»iW 

l.tO AON 

A 3\W 

8 Ala 

9 30nr 

saw 

5 4!)wr 
»0 2flw 

A 48W 
4 llw 

47N 
3 94W 

143 Ala 
6SAa 

1 34W 
9 33W 
1 OW 
1 3RW 
1 94W 
9 A4W 
1 A4W 
9 BOW 

81 A8a 
Al A9W 
9937a 
41 3Aa 
41 36a 
1A9 13a 
19 90B 

A 94a 
94 lla 
19 49a 

9 AOa 
16 lAa 
30 16a 
66 43nr 
78 40W 
70 33W 
99 30a 

8 30a 
930a 

lA 49a 

9 AOa 
9 4AW 
948a 

13 A8a 
101 9w 

6 18W 
38aiw 
13S8a 
13 90a 
13 96a 
19 Oa 
19 Ob 
13 49b 
3A38a 
35 A7B 



t Arabla..............a3 On 

X Arabiu PetrB>n..,99 On 
; Arabia DoMrta 93 9(In 
ArabteEniporinm 19 40n 
t Arabia Felix .....18 40N 

Aniboli .................37 38N 

Amcun. ,».. ...,90 40N 



i A mean ............80 On 

Araoati ............... 4 32b 

A nicenii............ . ..37 AAN 

An>clini>i..............38 4In 

i Aracliofia MM......S9 On 

Aracliovii ............38 Ms 

Arud ..................46 7n 

Arad....................3l 90n 

Aradiis, I...W........96 I9n 

Arwou W i»...»...........34 A9n 

t Aragon .41 99N 

Anigon ............96 32S 

Aragun, R .,..49 19N 

Anig<ui«..«... ........37 93n 

AragUM...-...^....... 9 9KN 

Araguni Mini 9A 40a 

Araguari R.».........l 16N 

Afague S. .41 SON 



99 38a 
SA 40a 
33 lOa 
39 36a 
39 AB 
3A30B 

31 sea 
38 40a 

46 OB 
84 30a 

47 OB 
4A OB 
49 30a 
38 9B 

93 9Aa 

94 OB 
87 43W 

6 36w 
29 l.'iB 
68 OK 
22 X>B 
21 24a 
3A 8a 
A0 4Aa 
3A AOB 

1 26W 

63 AOW 
1 48W 

18 38a 

64 A3W 
A8 30W 
AO 4W 
46 SOB 



93 

A9 
A9 
A9 
A2 
A2 
A3 
AO 
AO 
A9 
32 
AO 



31 
49 
80 
A4 
31 
A9 
93 
A9 
AS 
A9 



43 
37 
43 
4.1 
43 
28 
43 
36 
3A 
43 
A8 
A8 
A8 
36 
40 
40 
A4 
30 
34 
A8 
34 
93 
37 
AS 
A9 
29 
A3 
29 
39 
A9 
A3 
A4 
AO 



Arbuledu, Cnpc.i....S6 I4N 
Arboll A7 AON 

Arbutlinot Riinge 31 lAa 
Aro ...... w.!..... ......47 9s 

Area......... ....34 33N 

Arcaciuin, Banin 

de .........44 44N 

A rcttu ill »w»»w*#**rfw*i<>»*37 IAn 

Arcadia, Gulf of ...37 20N 

Arrahaye. 

Arcalgode 

Arcatr 




Arce 
Archa. 
Arohable R 
Arclialla 
i ArclianaeL 
Archangel. 



18 4RN 

19 48N 
.19 AON 



41 40n 
ON 
1 92N 
37 .<14N 
.....6A 88n 
.64 3SN 



79 



Archnngel Boy .......6A On 

ArchaiiKeUk ....^.^...61 AAn 39 SOB 27 

Archalul* .............39 On 3A 44a 37 

Arclieliils ............J8 20N 34 7b A9 

Arclieniore.......,...68 3SN 4 48w 9 

Archerfl>)ld...........A6 3n 9 4Rw 10 

Arclildonw.........w.....37 13N 4 28w 30 

Archidono............. AAa 77 Sir A9 

ArchInB...MM~~.....38 41N 99 96B 34 

Archipelago, 

Andaman Jdet .19 ON 93 18b 40 
Archipelago of 

Chonoiu.........wtA oa 74 Ow A3 



Archipelogo, 

Aroii Mir Aube .....48 81 n 

Arcl«ate........,.......45 AON 

Arcnentu, Mount.30 41N 
Arcou^ ................. 4SN 

Arco. R. ...............4S SSn 

Arcoli ..............45 20n 

ArcM.....~.....«.».~....S6 40n 



Arcoa. 

Arcoe 

Arcos. 



#«>«PMWWWtfWitfMMMtftf< 



Arcoi, Los. 
Arcoa Los . 
Arcot 



««iMMW«aiMWWtflM^W<' J 



Arctic Ocean 
Arda 



1 S6S 
.41 ION 
...41 48N 
..20 i2N 
..42 31N 
12 A3N 
.78 ON 
.41 9SN 



Arda, or 
Hardene, R.....M...41 42n 

Ardabill ................88 ION 

Ardach .....^..........A? 24N 

Ardagh ..................64 74n 

Ardagh .............JiS 4IN 

Ardagh ...M..........A9 SON 

Aidahan ............. 4 1 4n 

Ardalanish ^.......JW 18N 

Ardamine~~M.«M..A9 S8n 
Ardan ................A3 oiv 

Ardanaeh ........M..41 16n 

ArdaniiPr.....MM«..31 61n 

Ardanocb, ..........A7 17n 

j&roara .......... ...... oa son 

Aroatov. ........... ... 4 SoN 

Ardatov .........AA I8n 

Ardavourlie.........58 ON 

Ardbeg ................A5 40n 

Ardbrecan.............A3 38n 

Ardcamach ..^....57 BAN 

Ardchattan ..........A6 29n 

Ardcfalllarie.~....»~A6 17n 

Ardcorinish .^....'W 34n 

Aidcrony .....>.....A9 A6N 

^ Ardeche, De- 
partment of ..M~44 47N 
Ardee ................. A3 59n 

Ardelach .............57 31 n 

Ard Di1ahag...M.~~A7 42n 
Ardea .............>~41 40N 

Ardehuliili ^....^..1)7 3AN 

Ardelich mm~~m...J17 36n 
ArdeUste.»~~....~AA 41N 

Aiueu ut. ............ 8 9 8a 

Ardenburg......«.....53 S4N 

1 Ardennes, 

Department of..UO 40n 
Ardese, Bnvs. of 

Rom e . ..«».. ........ 

Ardericca.......~....32 SCn 

Ardersle r ......«....A7 36n 

Arderuner ..........U17 38n 

Ardes ...........>.....A4 SON 

Ardestan .. . ^.........SS 33n 

Ardeta .................46 47N 

Ardey ■»»»».«.». ».«..«.B1 87" 



9A OB 
4 oa 

10 52a 
8a7a 

63 Alw 
6 18a 

11 lOa 
A48W 

45 12W 

2 17W 
8 22nr 

91 52W 

3 I4W 
70 20a 
00 oa 
94 8Aa 



6 
15 
81 
32 
A9 
81 
31 

so 

54 
99 
80 
49 
29 
SO 
1 
S3 



96 98a 83 

48 18B 98,38 

6 34W 9 
ISw 
9 A7V 

7 S8W 
B Sw 

49 49B 
6 )AW 
6 14w 
9 18W 

49 8a 
95 9B 

6 9W 

896W 
46 15a 
49 A8a 

6 42W 

6 7w 

6 44wr 

5 4W 

5 16W 

4 Uw 

5 47W 

8 9W 



19 
19 
12 
13 
36 
10 
18 
19 
86 
86 
9 
19 
»7 

% 
10 
19 
9 
10 
10 
iO 
18 



4 21a 
6 33w 

5 45W 

3 43W 
19 37a 

4 41W 
4 42W 

6 4W 
437W 

137 A7a 
10 34B 



16 

19 

9 

9 

AO 

9 

9 

10 

10 

A6 

91 



4 43B 15 



48aiB 
4 iw 
7 98W 
7 4IW 
A9 49a 
10 18B 
1 ISW 



31 

A9 

9 

9 

19 

38 

17 

8 



Ardwell U. ......... A4 46N 

Ardworan ^..........57 40" 

Ardy Valloeh ......AO 9AN 

AKachon, Bat- 

Nu Q .... . ..... .....44 44N 

Areclvo >«.««,«»»»».«.. 18 31m 



4 8ew 10 
7 I8W 9 
4 44W « 



AracOia 



,J4 18a 



Aram Fort ...».■. ..34 S4a 
AfsdOBdo ......«...>8a SOa 

An# 0mi»tmftit<0m f »f*Jm\ 0oH 

Arellm mwm.mmm4R> 8n 

Areaa ,,.,........30 40n 

Areidy, 01. mmm.»SV 16n 
Areidv, W. ,„„^.n 4n 
Arelate .»............<43 40N 

Arena, R......„.....37 43N 



Arenas, Cape ^^..94 An 

ArendaJ .Ae 98n 

Arendonk MM~~~~A1 IBn 
Arendaee ........... A9 ASn 

Arenis de Mars ..41 3.tN 
Aranoe, Isle...........70 On 

Arenos ............>42 A8n 

Arenosa, Point .«m99 8b 
Arensburg............A8 17n 

ArenslHUgh .........Al 94N 

Armawalde «..«...« AS IOn 
Areopolli #.,.........31 9SM 

Areoulpa ............16 I6a 

AresKUtan Mount..63 23n 
A rethusa »......<..... 3A 6n 

ArethuM L...........3B AAN 

Arevalo................4l 7n 



Areaio........«.....43 SON 

Argaais 

Argaeus M. 

Argaliani 

Argana« 

Arganda 

Arganil , 

Argania 

Arganion 

Argaum.. 

Argeg Stage. 

Argeles. 

Argellea 

Argen, R. 

Argent 

Argen' 

Argentan 

Argen tarla 



A3N 

SON 

37 20N 
14M 

18N 
10 17N 

.43 19M 

««mmwM)mim4« 4vN 

1 ION 
ASM 

9 33N 

ON 

I7S6N 
i7 33M 
4 SON 
i8 43N 
44 On 




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Argentarius M....U9 97n 

ArgenteoaMetrop. A 40N 
Argentaro, M.......40 AON 

Argentaro,M.M....43 17n 

Agrentaro MtSK....49 IAN 

ArgentatM.......MM~4A 6n 

ArgenteuU mm~...48 A6n 
Argentiera L ^.^..30 48n 
Argentino Ft. .......38 40a 

Argenton .^^^.....46 S7N 

Argentoiatum..M...48 4«n 

ArgIUUM...N.M».«M IAN 

Arghana .......W....38 IOn 

ArghauaMadenM.38 An 
Arghi-Dash«M~...30 8n 
Arghun Kleal......30 8n 

Argira KastrL.M....40 7n 

Arglsoli, R. ..........44 AN 

Arglsh, Kurta«...«4A 8n 
Argbh, M............38 SAN 

Arglthtfa ............30 26N 

Argob .^.............32 20N 

X ArRoliii .............37 37n 

Argolic Gulf..........37 20n 

Argoloniaia .........87 37n 

Araoloniaia, 

Fisheries of .m.~.37 SAn 
ArgOS #..«................ 38 AgN 

Argoa ..^.............. 3 7 38n 



ArgostoU MMMMM..38 ION 
Arguello PointM«.84 40n 
Arguin <.....<«.«.»««. 9 Sn 
Aigulsaelaa mm~mJ9 49n 
Aigulgrad M.MmM.43 47n 
Aijgun, ni0tm*m0 M »t M On 
Argyie#w>i..»..tf.....i.43 48m 
% Afgyle» CountyJ{6 U« 

X Al!B3fl6 «MWM<MWMi34 888 
AnyU's 

Bowling Green..A6 8n 
Argyll t»...,...........42 On 

Argyro ......^.......39 In 

Argyruntiim ..44 18n 

t Aria I. ..,.,,,.,35 OH 



1 19W 
68 4AW 
A0S9W 
60 VW 
A3 5W 

70 49B 
07 18B 

8 13W 
39 OB 
39 4a 

4 AAB 

19 34a 

3 A4W 
AliW 

109 SAW 

8 4SB 
A SB 

11 Sla 

9 S7B 

20 AOB 

4a9w 

71 98W 
99 30a 

8 7« 
lA92a 

35 44B 

79 31W 

19 OB 

36 SAB 
49 lla 

4 43W 
87 SB 

35 16W 
11 B6b 
SA AB 
SA90a 
91 44a 

80 34a 

5 9AW 

8 SW 
633W 

9 Alw 
77 8a 

5 I6W 
3 la 
6W 
9S3B 
928a 
11 AAB 

9w 
18 ASa 
11 lOa 
SA90B 

8 7» 
11 10a 
99 SOB 

1 54a 

9 15B 
94S4B 

36 IHW 
1 29a 
7 50a 

89 49a 
S9 40B 
39 OB 
43 98a 
S3 16B 

20 14B 
26 43B 
84 40a 
SA 14a 

21 20a 
3A4AB 
S3 oa 
99 SAB 
91 32B 

91 33B 
21 16a 
99 43a 

90 SOB 
190 lAW 

16 SOW 
1 50W 
S3 la 
122 Oa 
65 Alw 
A 22W 
149 ASB 



16 
AO 
A3 
53 
54 
S» 

«7 
so 

43 
43 
58 
89 
SO 
SO 
40 

» 
94 

99 
98 

8r 

51 

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94 

87 
Al 

98 
50 
50 
SO 
49 
54 
81 
36 
50 
84 
86 
SO 
SO 
80 
99 
80 

16 
16 
99 
15 
31 
15 
AO 
A9 
AS 
39 
31 
S3 
18 
15 
84 
53 
15 
58 
30 
36 
36 
38 
86 
S3 
33 
SS 
36 
50 
87 
34 
84 
34 

84 

34 
34 
34 
49 
49 
29 
33 
35 
46 
10 
56 



4 4<)W 10 
12 3a 69 
93 AB 84 
15 42B OO 
69 OB 58,59 



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OAWnston ..^«>.^..36 2n 
Covola ~.^..>^<»..^5 5UN 
Cow Igle>..^~.^^.51 35n 
Cowall ~»~>...>.«^'29 ION 
Cowan's Ford .....^B 24s 
Co\vbrk)ge^~^~«~51 28w 
(owbit ^,.>^..«^5a 4SN 
Cowden ..^^^,<.^,5l BMT 
Cowdenknowet .~A5 37n 

Cowdon , ,.^..«.Jt3 52N 

Ci)weii..,.....>^....^JO 46n 
Cowfuld^,..^..,.,aO 69n 
Cowiu R.^..,.,.,,.„.M Siit 
Cowl ^.....^.,.^.JW 40N 
^owiniy »Mw w po»^o»«wi « J3 Son 

^"«'''"tf-rrrrrrrf.i-.irjrr*9 ION 

urah ..,»...»^.iM 2(>N 



Cowpar 



Cow's Hill ^....^oM Mn 

Cowton, & ........Jii 24n 

Cox BlgliU.^. 43 38S 



Coxcomb Mtft 



-16 27m 



Coxwold ...^...»^J4 12N 
Coychurch .........Jl 3*iN 

Coylc, It. ^^....^21 45if 

vOylcston .^.^..^JM 27n 
Coyltie R.<^....i».J>7 ISir 

Coyna,........,^...«.^ SSN 

Coyty ....,.^.........51 3lir 

Cozazon de Maria I 18b 
Cosumel Isle .^.....gO 85N 

Coy.ynthion^.«i^^^.»> 22N 
CuggoUna. ..~.....~39 83ir 

Craaley 52 7N 

Crabo, RlwTm,..^ 4 4SN 
Crabstone ^.,.,,.„J&7 ION 
Craborchard-^.,.,.^ 30w 
Crab's Bottoin..«>^'i8 2SN 
Cnicoe ^^>.^.....»J4 2N 

Crackeiii8h~.-^..JS7 IAN 
Cracaw „...■,....., „..50 6N 

Cradle Mt. ^.......^.51 S8N 

Crao ^^.,.........^...54 59N 



Ciaggit^burn. 

Cragiemine^ 

CruKUS M. 

Creick...^ 

Craig 

Craig 

Craig 

Craig 

Craig 

Craig 



65 20N 
Ji4 42N 



.-.>.36 2&N 



57 20N 
Ja 33N 



5A 33N 
55 35N 
ION 
>MM«#55 58N 
Craig Ellachie...,.Ji7 Hw 
Craig Inn ...^.^..-.^V 31 N 
iraig K. ..„.,„,,.Mi 41N 
Cniig Loch ..^....JM A5N 
Craig Mon. ^..„^1 88N 



Craifj Ptiadric -..,~Ji7 S6n 

('ntig flange «.-<i....^7 A* 

Craigannet ......^.JMi 2n 

I'rulgbul .^..,..>„..55 19N 
Cralgdamir ,^w~Ji7 3'iN 
Craigdarroch ^...>f>3 I. IN 
Craigelaohie Br. ^"ij 2<)n 
Craigencallie ..->.-~&5 4n 
Craigend «»........^7 34N 

Craigenlle Ho. ^JiS In 
Cralgforth ...>^.,...»a 8n 
Craiggans -.»,.,.„<.^< 2iin 
Cr<tignall ,»^x«...J>6 37N 
Cralgliope......»...<..M 41 n 

Cralgle,...,...„...^.57 z3n 
Craigie >#»«»iw*w#»^>*#»5tf 2«iN 
Craigle^..., ....^.....55 34n 

Craigl«»ar^y..,..,57 ION 



Craigtnillar Cat. ~.AS S6n 

Craigmullook,M~^5 6n 
Cralgmura .»..^^fl6 IOn 
CraignethM Ca.^JiS 42N 
Craignorget ,...^..54 48n 
Cralgrood ...^.^.JW SON 
Craig's Bridge ....^46 23n 
Craigston mmm.«~~57 35n 

Oraigton ,,.„ 55 iy7N 

Oralgtown 58 8TN 

CraigtowiiMM»#MMi..54 Km 
vraiKe .<i.»..»..ww#.w.i ■ 54 vn 

iifuii ■ I II, f iiiii I jii III iffff |5N 

Crailing .............55 3IN 

Cralling, Upper ..M 29n 

Orakau ..^ 51 I7N 

Crakeliall ,,.......,..54 lUN 

CrameroB ^.....,....58 58N 

Craiiiond .»„..>.....CJ Mn 

Crannnid...».,........55 5UN 

(■ran »... ...........56 5BN 




3 

1 

9 
5 
9 




8»37Hr 
11 4la 
10 19W 
52 51 R 
23 50K 
3 25W 

9W 
61 

4\W 
low 
IBw 
16W 
24W 
32nr 
3w 
891 
86 36K 
9 I9W 

1 34W 
I 34ie 

146 2la 

88 33W 

27 ON 

1 I2ir 

3 28W 

85 20B 

4 28nr 
4 33W 
9 4W 
S33W 

74 42W 

86 54vr 
19 aia 
16 Sim 

9 a-iw 
79 99W 

9 17wr 
84 31 «r 
79 37W 

9 iw 

6 2lwr 
19 58K 93,28 

3 9vir 8 

4 tw 

3 25W 

4 27«V 
99 101 

4 2W 

5 35Mr 

6 a»w 

fi 3w 

3 54W 

4 56nr 

5 44W 
3S2W 
5 IBW 
a 29W 
4 IMT 
ft OW 
4 WW 

152 SB 
4 3W 
4 2W 

3 IStir 

4 IMT 
15wr 
2ovr 

38W 

48vr 
68vr 
law 
I8w 



48 

31 

13 

38 

44 

8 

8 

8 

10 

7 

8 

8 

9 
10 

7 

8 
.% 

7 

7 

7 
37 
49 
36 

7 

8 
(39) 
10 

9 
30 

8 
63 
49 
59 
32 

8 
63 

tf 
48 
47 

7 
9 



S 

4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
8 



3 7w 

4 6w 

3 28W 

4 8!lHr 
9 4(ivr 

3 8w 

4 34vir 
6 'Mw 

3 55nr 

4 39W 
iw 



3 
71 
9 
4 
8 
4 
1 
9 
8 
9 



10 
10 
10 
59 
9 
9 
II* 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
» 
10 
9 
9 
9 
56 
10 
10 
9 
10 
» 
10 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
10 
10 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 



17w46,47 



85ir 

90Mr 

ft4Hr 

94nr 

7w 

37Mr 

99W 

26W 

13 4M 

I 39fr 

4 SAmt 

5 IBMT 

S I7w 

ft 45wr 



9 
10 

9 
10 

7 
10 
10 
10 
91 

7 

9 
10 
10 

» 




Crescentino 

Crespos 

Ci 

Cressage, 

Cressensae 

Creasy. 

Cressy 

Cresti 



45 13N 

-0 5.W 

2()N 

i3 ass 

5 IN 
43N 
50 ISN 
.46 29N 
14N 



Cresweli 
Creswell B. See 

Norfolk I 

Creta ..~~.....~...~~.35 IOn 

Cretan Sea......~...36 On 

Cretoun .................52 47n 

Creus, C. de.....,...49 I9n 

Creusburg ............51 5N 

% Creuse, Depart- 
ment of ............46 3n 

Crevacore ...».«....45 .1!tN 

Crevelt .........^.Jlil IHn 

Cfewkeme ......^JiO 51 n 

Cria C......>....... 3<i 40n 

Cricceatti ...............53 St r 

Crich ........... ...... .■'>3 6N 



8 31 
4 SBwr 
6 18W 

2 37«r 
I 281 

3 541 
1 54B 

9 .-MR 
1 33W 



31 

30 

9 

8 

16 

15 

15 

17 

7 



56 

95 OB 59 

25 OB 59 

29W 8 

3 92B 99 

10 17* 91 



Crichie 
Crichton Cns.. 
Crick 



....... J 17 30N 

SON 

,52 3lN 

53 4N 

1 6iN 




Crick Adam. 

Crickhowell 

Crieklade. 

Crickiey 

Criech 

Crieff 

Criel 

Criffel HUl 

Criggi 

Criggleston 

t Crimea 

Crimiia Pr. 

Crimitscliaii 

Criinond 

Crimplesham 

Crinau L. 

Crinan 

Cringletie 

Crio Nera, Pt 37 48N 

Crissier ..^..............46 33n 

CristalL :iO Bs 

Cristnlino ..~....«~.I9 17s 

Cristobul. 8. ........19 5ts 

Critchovo ^....^.....41 S8N 

Crittenden ...^........14 5n 

CriuMetopon .......'U 93n 

CriuMetopon Pr.-35 15n 

Crivan ....40 On 

Criia..................l4 4()s 

Crixa Peauenu, H. 10 354 
Criza, River ......12 55s 

Croacli.~....~.... 55 45N 

Croagli ..^..........Jlj 31 N 

Croagh Patrick ....53 4(iN 

1 Croatia ..^..........44 4I)n 

I Croatia ...^........,45 2In 

Crooxombe ......^JSO SBn 

Crocoia,Tr..........J9 In 

Croce (Sumatm).... 5 l.^a 

Crochell ..........>...57 S3n 



Crocodile R.... 

Crocodllot...^. 

Crocodilopolis 

Crocodilopoli- 

Crocodilopolis 

Crooodrilo Pt. 

Croemore 

Croi 

Crofthead. 

Crogiian . 

Croglian 



:» 34n 

:«)3ttN 

26 .ION 

'i» 2.1N 

SON 

'il Wn 

.UN 7n 

1 17N 

.^3 54N 

^•^^^^^WW'*^**^ Iff 



Croghan M. ,.,,.,^\l 47n 
Croglian M. ...^.....53 fiON 

Croglin ...............54 49n 

Croglin ...............55 ION 

Crout or Ag- 

U MAT ^0*m00i000s*sA 1 9 1 IV 

Croisettet ...........46 &3n 

Croislo. Le .........4? ITn 

Croity la U«yeM..~40 i'Bn 

Croix Verta .........47 I7n 

Crolxillei Hr.........41 M 

Croker RavlDe........a'l I9i 

Croker'a Ray .......74 40N 

Croker's Isle 
(Australia) .......11 ISS 

Croiiiaok Pi. .~~_54 .ION 
Cm..mrU. »iff..r.i-f.l ..iVN 



1 68B 
8 18B 
6 33B 
3 24W 

3 48W 
37 85B 

4 I3wr 
1 98W 

8 3W 

9 59W 
1 9w 
3 I9W 
3 iw 
1 61W 

46B 
3 41V 
3 48W 

1 90B 
339nr 
3 3W 
I aOnr 

SI 33B 

17 i9B 

13 'J5B 

1 S6nr 

27K 

5 36W 

6 33W 

3 14W 

90 ft-^B 
45 I OB 

6 36B 

60 lOiV 

61 SOW 
67 35W 

91 14B 
93 17W 

33 40B 
93 28B 
44 41B 

50 4flw 
48 35nr 

51 8.1W 
6 2nw 

8 SOW 

48W 
16 30B 
16 4B 

9 4ow 
I6 44B 

103 45B 

4 3IIW 

34 55B 
19 55R 
32 3»B 
30 AIB 
SI 37B 
&1 OW 

6 23W 
a 47W 
3 42W 

8 lOw 

7 31W 
« IBW 

10 Pw 

9 40w 
359W 

19 64* 
6 42B 
9 .>2W 

1 94B 
6 27B 
4W 

173 42B 
148 26R 



16 
31 
31 
7 
8 
60 

? 
9 
10 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
10 
10 
16 
10 
8 
7 
S8 
59 
82 
9 
8 
10 
10 
1(1 
34 
49 
17 
62 
64 
53 
33 
48 
56 
69 
36 
54 
64 
54 
10 
13 
13 
33 
93 
8 
32 
40 
9 
37 
50 
M 
59 
59 
47 
9 
8 
10 
19 
13 
IS 
U 
7 
10 

3S 

17 
16 
16 
17 
16 
67 
58 
83 OW 46.1 

132 40B 41 
4 57W lU 

JIWH 



INDEX TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



Lat. 



Ziono. 



Ho. or 
Hap. 



MAMt. 



Lat. 



Lom. 



ITo. or 



N* 



Lat. 



LOMO. 



»*»*»«»»>»' 



.45 13N 
40 5M 
2()N 






»<^i#KWW*»i 



<W»tf>»0»W»Wi 



46 43N 

.46 iiSs 
JU 14N 



*<^^*>»»o»»< 



depart- 



M#»»<IIWW*»' 



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46 3N 
43 atN 
Al IHN 

wJO S4N 
^3(> 4»N 

h3 5n 

J57 at" 

5I)N 

5J 31 N 

53 4ir 

1 5-'M 

ai 3»!r 

,JI :»7w 



JW^^WWWIO*! 



23N 
JN 43N 



■»#^*»»o#»45 12N 

57 37n 

m ..^,..^a 38N 
56 8N 



■»<i*»i«w»»*« 



JW 7M 






40N 
Pt....~^ 4RN 
. S 16!f 
46 33N 
.........,:») 88 

....^.^.IS 178 
I 19 5 18 

.14 5n 

on M 32N 

on l>r.-33 15N 

...^ 40 9n 

14 41)8 

eno, 11. in .15* 
ir .-^U 5^8 
«.»«. » ..« 55 45n 
.-„^^6i 31 M 
rick~.~53 4(iN 
..««»»««.i44 41 IN 

45 2IN 

0*******^O 58M 
.39 IN 



atrn) 



5 KM 

57 *3N 

:U 34 N 

;40 3UN 

25 ,'HIN 

^29 2:iN 

fiOW 

21 ION 

«~58 7" 

M^WMtfwM 61 ft 

-...^^3 5411 
p,...,..^ IN 

M Vin 

53 SON 

54 49n 
M IttN 




lne..~«.^'i 128 

jr «...«~74 40N 

■ 

O ...^11 158 

I . — 5t .'tllN 

yiHyy 



« 31 

4 saw 

6 I8W 

a .T7W 

I 281 
3 54B 

1 51B 
9 .-)4B 
I 33W 



See 

'"".IZjas 10m 

ON 

J(2 47N 
e..~...«4a 19N 



Jil SN 



1 8811 
a I8B 
6 381 
S 24W 

3 48W 
27 85B 

4 I3W 
1 SHHT 

5 3W 
9 59W 
1 9W 
3 I9W 
3 5w 
1 51w 

46B 
3 4W 
3 48W 

1 SOB 
3 39W 
3 3W 

I aow 

S4 33B 
17 19B 
13 351 

1 5&W 

27b 
ft 3(iW 

5 33W 

3 14W 

80 ft.'iB 
45 lOB 

6 36b 

60 low 

61 SOW 
67 »iw 

81 14B 
93 I7wr 

33 40B 
83 iSB 
44 41B 

50 4flw 
48 35vir 

51 83W 
6 20W 

8 50W 

9 4HW 
16 3(IB 
16 4B 

9 4<i«r 

16 44B 

103 45B 

4 3!IW 

34 55B 
19 55B 
32 aXB 
30 AIB 
SI 378 
&1 ow 

6 83W 

2 47W 

3 42W 
8 low 

7 31W 
6 I8W 

10 Pw 

8 40W 
a S9W 

19 54a 
A 42B 

9 .>2W 

1 94B 

6 87" 

4W 

I7» 42B 

148 2SB 



31 

30 

9 

8 

16 

15 

15 

17 

7 



56 

85 OB 59 

85 OB 50 

89W 8 

3 88B 99 

10 I7> 81 



16 
31 
31 
7 
8 
60 

9 

10 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

10 

10 

15 

10 

8 

7 

28 

59 

82 

9 

8 

10 

10 

10 

34 

43 

17 

63 

54 

53 

33 

48 

50 

SO 

36 

54 

64 

54 

10 

13 

13 

33 

83 

8 

38 

40 



87 

50 

ta 

59 

50 

47 

9 

8 

10 

19 

13 

IS 

12 

7 

10 

as 
n 
1ft 

lA 
17 
Ift 
«7 
56 



83 OW 45.1 

132 40B 41 
4 67W 10 



1 roBsipol ....>.~.....56 SON 

Crc'Siiiuglen ..«......54 6N 

CroHUnicliBel ......54 5Bn 

Croi!'niolina.........J(4 6n 

CnMiraguell, Ab.Ji5 Sun 
CroMlliwaite ~~~.54 19n 
Crowtliwaite ..^..64 37if 
CroMWOod............65 48N 

Croitee ^..^...........ftft 37n 

Croston .....<.<..< « .» 50 51 n 

Crwton .........^.....ftS 40M 

Crotingsn .«..■.«««.«. 55 48n 
Crotona ............ 39 ION 

Cioulin Isle .........57 80n 

Croitpiere .....>~...4g 44N 

Crow F<Mther R. ^45 S6n 
Crow Head ......^.51 35n 

Crow I. ...^ 34 42N 

Crow Me ........^.51 37n 

Crow River ..^.....45 6n 

Crowborough .....Jil 8n 

Crowd* B............. 31 388 

Crowefl ............»..51 41N 

Crowhunt ...........ftl I8N 

Crowkuid ..,..^...53 41 N 
Crowie .............^ja 37N 

Crowley...........~..58 I3n 

Crown Iile (Loo 
Clioo)...............W 2N 

Crozall ........... 52 2<iN 

Croxton ....^.~.»...52 38N 

Cray 57 31 N 

Croy 55 58N 

Croy, Fort 54 3n 

Croydon ..............51 S3n 

Croydon 38 15N 



Croylecky. 

Croytbiim 

Crua ble .. 

Cruces 

Crucea 

Cruces, Ft. 

Cruden 



Crurten Uny 
Cruden River 
Cruden Scan 
Crudwell .».. 

Crudy R 

Cnuieton Ca. 
CruTck W. 
Cruit Itle 
Cnimlln 



...56 3n 
.-55 41 IN 
..M .31 N 
... 9 12N 

jaa 28 

28 488 
yj S5N 

57 S4N 
~.57 25N 

,57 3.1N 
.~Jil 38n 

58 2»N 
54 45N 
66 47N 
M 2N 
J14 37N 



Crummock WaterS4 3.3N 
Crunakeely Iile .~53 2<in 

CrunI .....i 48 26N 

Cnii^lelle ............48 8n 

Cniatumeriuni. See 

Envi.of Home 
CruvieCaa. ...^....54 5i)N 

Crui ~r... jaU 60a 

Crusdelanullenasa 13s 
Cru8deOuerni.L.35 458 
Crait la ............. 2 9 1.38 

Cms, la — . — «.. 7 aON 
CrtiB de Mudtila, 

8ta ............ 38 40N 

Crus, 8a. .............40 IN 

Cru8, Sa. .,....^.....43 35N 

Croa. BU ~...40 2N 

Crystal Brook .....J3 l.-M 

Claim ,...«.......«.....46 SON 

C»effo...~.............40 54N 

C««Ke ...................47 41 N 

CMMtrec ......^,...46 43n 

Ciongrad ............46 43N 

Cioma Kapuvar...47 37it 
Cionnood .....M.....46 .37n 

Cmicm 46 ftRN 

Ctedphon 33 8n 

CuanoabelkM m»..I9 6fl« 
Cuarneni ..........^46 3BN 

Cuba, bland of .~8I 50n 

Cuba 43 87N 

Cubacoa 14 118 

Cubagua Idle »»^l<» 60n 
CubbanyR..........l3 6N 

Cubella8...............4l 19n 

Cubble...^.. ,.^U ION 

Oubblngton .....«...5a ION 

Cubert ...........i...... 50 SON 

Cubley ...............aa ft6N 

CubnulBle ............54 ftiN 

Cubraln Inn..... .....57 ft5N 

Cubiac ...............44 87n 

Cucalo ...............30 44n 

Ciickflcid .^.....,...51 ON 

('iipkncy ............^.Vl 13)4 



6 65W 
6 36W 

3 50W 
9 17W 

4 4SW 
8 54W 

8 9W 
3 31W 
a 8W 
1 14W 

9 46W 
31 ISB 
17 lOB 

ft47w 

3 31B 
95 7W 
10 llw 

85 57W 
ft iw 

osasw 

IIB 

lft8ft0B 
A5W 
9w 

llw 
OftOw 
f 8W 

189 15B 

1 39W 
46b 

4 Ow 
4 OW 
9 49w 

7W 

86 6w 
4 83W 
4 2aw 

10 ISW 
79 40W 
71 8W 
63 nw 

1 54W 
1 5IW 
1 50W 
1 51W 
8 4w 
4 5<IW 

4 saw 

8 43W 

8 27w 
6 I.3W 
3 I8W 

9 58W 
38 lOB 

6 VB 



388W 

1 13W 

3 55W 

3 OW 

138 lOB 

81 7B 

31 43B 

81 7B 

16 87B 

90 Oa 

16ft0a 

i7a9B 

83 438 

44 S5a 

74 S3W 

6 97B 

7oaow 

3 I6W 
60 48W 
64 15W 
76 40B 

I 49b 
6 OB 
I SOW 
A 7w 
1 46W 

4 33W 
4 3itw 

3IW 
fl 36W 
fl low 

1 Ow 



10 

13 

10 

13 

10 

7 

7 

10 

10 

8 

7 

84 

59 



16 

47 

13 

48 

8 

47 

8 

36 

8 

8 

8 

7 

8 

3ft 

8 

8 



10 

18 

8 

47 

10 

10 

18 

53 

53 

53 



9 

9 

9 

8 



10 



13 

13 

7 

13 

A» 

31 



31 

4 31w 

6» 96W 63 

71 SftW A3 

A0 46W 63 

A7 3w 63 

60 SAW A3 



30 
S9 

30 
30 
66 
83 
33 
83 
93 
83 
13 
83 
83 

ao 

68 
17 
60 
30 
64 
SO 
30 
90 

4i 

8 
8 

i 


16 
90 

8 

7 

Ik 



Mo. or 
UAr. 



Culm. 
Culm MMw« 



32N 
60 8N 

12 26N 

o»o#»^^i»»<w^— Off 14N 

A4N 



.23 12N 

ja 21N 

.33 1?^ 
..54 ft^N 
..56 4N 
J»\ ION 



Culmington 

Culmaee 

CulmitocI 

Culm 

Culoort « 

Culpee 

Culrocli . 

Culrou... 

Culswick 

Cult Ho. 

Culter. 

Cultra..... 53 86N 

CulU ..................W I6N 

CululuF. 31 68 

Ji0 4lN 
408 
3 7n 
Slit 
46N 
40 A5N 
47W 



<wwi#wwK«i»#ww<00 5lN 

>7 (IN 



Culver Cliff . 



Culver, Point 
Culworth..... 

Culaean Caa. 

Cumi 

Cuuiae 

Cumae, O. of 

Cumalgunge ........86 SON 

Cumanio ............ 7 33N 

Cuniana lo 8ftN 

Cuman«ygua.~~.i.,32 13n 
8 Cumauclics ........31 50n 



Cumavary, River> 6 358 
Cumbacb ....... .^..JH) 3n 

Cumber ...............54 56n 

:: Cumberland .^..JM 4 In 



: Cumberiand.......42 188 

: : Cumberland .......33 50s 

: : Cumberland Id. 

(Davis* StiaiU) 66 SON 
Cumberland Isle 

(GeoKia) ~~.~.J0 53n 
Cumberland Iloiue54 ON 
Cumberland 

(Maryland) .^...39 40N 
Cunfberland Mta 

TunneHve ..........J6 20n 

t Cumberland 

(Nova Bcotia) .w45 .38n 
Cumberlund R.~..'i7 71 n 
Cumberland Strt. 64 4n 
Cumberland 

(Virginia) ..........37 S5n 

Cumbernauld .......53 5Mn 

Cumbray Isle, 

Great ...............55 47^^ 

Cumbiaylsle, 

Little ................ sa 43N 

Cumbray Light 

House 55 4.3N 

Cumim-sloiie .....~..^7 .'J3n 

Cumlurg ..............56 21 N 

Cumumda............,18 SN 

Cummeriret.'s........J4 SON 

Cumnock, New ,JIA 21 n 
Cumnock, Old>»...55 37N 
Cumu Bay .......... 1 658 

Cumwl)itton...........S4 62it 

Cunaig. .,55 44N 

Cunaig .................66 On 

Cunaiiia, River ... 8 388 
Cunaro R............. o UN 

Cunda~. ^8 .*In 

.10 8SN 
.19 40N 
.44 83N 

ION 

.4 4UN 

.A0 57N 



Oundgauw 
Cundgauw 
Cuneo .. 
Cuneii. 
Cuneva Mount 
yttnitfi ...<■......■ 



Cunnlnghain ..^...41 3;iR 
Cunningham Mt..J3 108 
Cuntaiuana «......., 7 Sua 

Cuon ..47 88N 

Cupar (Angus}......5« S3N 

Cupar (Pile) 5tt IOh 

Cup^clil 
Cura 



»4N 

10 8N 

Curafuo Isle ....^.la I3N 

Cunuu Si8 

Curauuw «.. 33 148 



Cuidall . 
Curat. 



..57 8CN 

Jkt UN 



Curat. 8:tEnsu 
of Route ......... 

Curia..... >46 55n 

CuriaMuria.G.ofIS on 
Curlai Pr.............;<4 saN 

CuriCtttorf......«....31 An 

Curtoia.......»,...,„.4ft 5n 

Curiniattu............ 6 Us 

IriilllllHMHBriMll 



18 268 

12 28B 

9 43W 

18 35B 

3 I6W 
88S1B 

7 21W 
88 268 

4 58W 
3 37W 
I SOW 
3 44W 
3 15W 

8 85W 
a 3W 

5 llw 
61 AW 

1 6W 

185 88 

1 llw 

446W 

96 508 

14 IB 

14 10b 

83 368 

6* 40W 

64 14w 

80 17w 

103 OW 

63&8W 

II 87a 

7 I2W 

8 SOW 
146 488 
1S0 66B 



84 
S3 

8 
84 

8 
39 
13 
39 
10 
10 
10 
10 



la 

10 

A3 
8 
41 
8 
10 
50 
60 
SO 
30 
33 
63 
SO 
40 
69 
88 
12 

7 
57 
56 



66 OW 46-1 

81 35W 48 
102 35W 45-1 

78 SOW 47 

84 SOW 48 

63 46W 46 
«8 faw 48 
6.3 Ow 45-1 

78 SOW 48 

3 58W 10 

4 ftSW 10 
4S6W 10 



4 S6W 

3 2IW 

4 24W 

81 158 

3 26W 

4 I8W 

4 17W 
44 SOW 

8 47W 

5 85W 

4 asw 

60 13W 
73a8w 

68 08 
83 08 
83 508 

7 368 

6 3W 
fl6a4w 
II 418 

82 ejw 

147 808 

74 68W 

6W 

3 14W 

3 UW 

116 38 

e7 87w 

69 OW 
71 Slw 
71 48W 

3 SftW 
18 408 



oaoa 

57 08 
33 08 
14 I2B 
14 158 
44 15W 



10 

10 
30 
10 
10 
10 
64 
7 
10 
10 
•9 
A3 
39 
30 
39 
31 
10 
A3 
91 

47 
56 
A3 
lA 
10 
10 
AA 
A3 
A9 
Al 
A3 

SO 

31 

80 
3A 
AO 
«2 

50 
64 

MM 



Najiss. 



I.AT. 



LoMOi 



No. or 
Maf. 



Hamb. 



I>AT. 



XeJ)«. 



Ife.o* 



Cuyaba, or St 

Lourenso River 17 47* 
Cuyana River .~.~ 7 538 
Cuyo .w..«..~......~.26 808 

Cuyo lele ..............11 On 

Cu»co.....~....~.~~..13 308 

Cwingwili.. Ji\ 55N 

..1.36 UN 

M..41 18N 

J)8 6N 

-37 ON 

JW40N 

.....J6 SON 

37 ON 



Cyana 

Cyaneue. 

Cybate . 

Cycladei 

Cydamui 

Cydna «~. 

CydnutR. 

Cydonia.^...... .35 29n 

Cylllliog 53 7N 

CygoQgo. ........37 On 

CyHene .^............J? 6&b 

i Cyllenia 37 67n 

CynfyllCayo ........62 3N 

rynopoliii...........J8 82w 

Cynoeema ............30 65N 

t Cynuria .............37 I2n 

Cynwyl Elfed... 51 56n 

Cypari«ia............37 15n 



CypariMiua Binu* .J7 20n 
Cyprui Isle ....^..^35 On 
1 Cyrenaica _.>.~31 .30n 

Cyrene ,. 32 &2n 

Cyropoll«............-37 30N 

.41 20N 

J16 48N 

27N 



Cyropolis 
Cyrrhui. 
CynnR. 

Cyta .-42 15N 

Cytlieia (Cefigo)..>.'<6 13n 
.«-J6 13N 



Cytlieria 
Cythnoi.... 

Cytlmoa I. 

Cyturum. 

Cyaicui. 

Csakova 

Ciakvur....... 

Caamikow . 
Ciamowo ... 
Caankotelo , 
Cta>lau . 
Ctempin . 



— 37 2ftN 

37 83N 

II ftIN 
40 32N 
45 SUN 
~47 85N 
...52 63N 
...63 8N 
..50 44>N 



.~4» A4N 

8N 

Cienitecliau.........50 49N 

C8epedlak..............45 44n 

Caemaliora ..,»....40 26n 

C8ichon............«Ji4 7N 

Caorani.. ....44 51 n 

Caortkow .............49 ON 

Csitcaa -. ...^40 Ma 



DaalL 57 9n 



'-.57 7n 
~S1 9n 
~53 84N 
..32 42N 



Daalvll 

Dabao.... 

Daber........ 

Daberath ,.„ 

Dabilonlenbrock.~51 46n 

Dablae... ,40 1»n 

Dabolanai Pr.......96 lOs 

Dabrayd 86 51 n 

..33 42N 

:\ »m 
16 ON 
.48 13N 
46 SAN 



Daburleh 

Dacoa 

Daclianabadet 
Daoheii 
i Dada 



I Dacia Auri'liani 43 IOn 

Oaeib>8M ... ....40 AOn 

Dairet Caiitle ..^..46 On 

Dadarah - <6 6UN 

Uudi ...^ 38 41N 

Dadiaeel ...^........ftO 60N 

Dadralicliik 

Dadrva 

Uadur 

Dadur 

DaM|l 

Daelen 

OaarW 

Uafiur 

Uagei 

l)ag«nlinm 
Dagerliun... 
i Uaglieslan . 
uagllngwortli „ 
Dagnersellen ........47 I9n 

^..jI 108 




.30 ON 

,36 I8i« 

44N 

ASaiN 




A7 40W 
63 40w 
A8 56w 
121 SB 
71 SOW 
4 Slw 
SO 49a 

29 7B 
46 868 
86 15a 
10S5B 
89 lOa 
34 SUB 
24 OB 

3 36W 

80 358 
91 IIB 
33 6b 

3 65W 

30 49a 
99 lAB 
83 45B 

4 Slw 
21 42B 

81 S5a 

33 30a 
81 408 
81 488 
40 308 
68 808 

36 678 
40 808 
48 »iu 
sa 08 

83 8a 

34 368 

84 358 
38 688 

37 558 
81 158 
18 26b 
16 348 
18 168 
30 SOB 

15 258 

16 438 
10 78 

17 SOB 
16 318 
88 168 
86 358 

85 548 

18 41B 



Dagnilar Mt 



A43W 

A43W 

A A7w 

70 588 

lA 17b 

3A83a 

A 88 

30 488 

32 988 

A37W 

35 238 

9t> 288 

7U OK 

II 948 

8A40a 

88 308 
80 848 
61 AUW 
68 88 
83 338 

3 Aa 
87 4M 
76 818 
67 47a 
67 4A8 
A9 168 

A 418 

aaow 

A4 08 

70 I6a 
OB 

89 88 

47 30a 
8 Iw 
7 608 
146 08 



54 

A3 
63 
40 
63 

8 
AW 
SO 
AO 
59 
69 
50 
SO 
SO 

7 
89 
34 
34 

8 
69 
59 

:>4 

8 
34 
34 
36 
60 
SO 
60 
68 
69 
60 
50 
34 
34 
34 
34 
60 
59 
83 
23 
94 
34 
27 
83 
84 
88 
83 
83 
34 
33 

sa 

83 



9 



30 

34 

m 

U 
SO 

44.1 

37 
30 
68 
88 
68 
60 
AM 

4A1 
38 
34 
10 
33 
30 
38 
SO 
38 
10 
10 

aA 

38 
8 

«7 

>8 
8 

17 

A« 



^»»#»»»*»*»»^tww»i^»i 



17a 

.A3 r<N 

.M 40N 

57 28n 

M-28 25N 

^.JAi bis 

.65 4gN 

.53 3. N 

.58 S<IN 

...5H 23N 

..67 13N 



ji^iiuyub 



Ualkey 

Dalkey Itle 

Vail 

Dal la 

Dallaman 

Dallavaird 

Dallerup 

Dallgtm . 

Oalllm 

Dallmore 

Daltanoiw . 

Dallmora ............57 8Kn 

Dalluntum .^........48 SON 

Oaluiagarie Inn .^7 31n 

Dalmanoy ......66 54n 

Dalmally ...............56 SSN 

1 Dalmatia .........43 43N 

i Dalinatia ..........43 I5N 

Dalmellington.......55 SON 

Dalnieny ............55 58n 

Dalmeny Pttfk...«J>5 £9n 
Dalmieavi.,.,..,........57 I3N 

Dalmore ^.....^^Mi 3(iN 

Dalniore ........... 68 (JN 

Dalnacardocli .....w^ 4HS 

Ualne Coppage .~58 5N 
Dalnapol ..............57 84N 

Dalnatpidal .........56 48N 

DalneiBie ~.........,6B 7n 



Ualniea ......... 

Dalnou ............ 

Daipe 
Dalpeddar 



.67 S5N 
JW 15N 



4«2(iN 

AS SON 

Ualquiiarn .,.,.,.,....57 4n 

Dalqttliarroii .W...-55 I7N 
Ualriufli .^..,..,...,..37 SON 
Dalriucli «.........~66 47n 

Datroy ...............67 20n 

Dairy ....................65 4Sn 

Dairy 55 7n 

Datrymple~...,........55 24N 

Dalrymple, Purt.w4j 108 

Dulscanur 

Dalserf. 

Daltton 

Daitwiutun 

Dal ton 

Dal ton 

Dalton, N 

Daltun, 8. 

Dalton le Dale 

i 'alupiri Isle 

Dulvurtm .. 

Dulvey 




63 SON 
5UN 

10 KN 
.-67 27N 
-67 S4N 

.56 34N 



,.67 SSN 



Dalviiie .M,.. 
Dalwater ..,.. 
Dulwliinnie Inn..>.66 55N 
Dalwiiiitiou ,.,.....38 19N 

Daly. JN. T..........53 Un 

Dalya ............,....4> 2UN 

Dalaie 63 47N 

Dam R. .......... ....ao ISn 

DauMla ■...........,,37 SON 

Dauiaiihour .^....,..31 2n 

Dainatciu ^....-..^3 33n 

Damascut 41 3Sn 

i Damaun ..........32 5n 

Damaun ...i^o Ihn 

Uaiiibuuluo ......... 7 4bN 

Daiiidiuk ^^^....iU 44N 



Pnio, 
bingnpore 
Dame Jaarie....... 

Dauiet....».......M. 

DamfT Lake ...... 

DauigiMn ..,......, 

Dawuead lun 
i Douiietti 
Damietfa 
Damui. 



6 8W 
6 6w 
4 I8W 
9 20W 
86 SB 

2 88W 
608 
8 51W 
4 Iw 

3 S»w 
3 49w 
6 28w 

17 5118 
3 SOW 

3 Slw 

4 66W 

16 22B 

17 43B 
4 24W 
3 21W 

3 SOW 

4 Sw 
4 S3w 
4 l/W 
4 5w 
4 27w 

3 29W 

4 14W 
4 SOW 
3 57w 
3 SOW 

8 458 

3 53W 

9 UW 

4 41w 

3 43^ 

4 iw 
4 Ow 
4 44W 
4 low 

4 aiw 
147 08 

4 low 
3 56W 
3 ow 
3 41W 
3 llw 
3 :f3w 
3.'>w 

32W 

1 iW 
121 158 

5 2»W 
3 SOW 

3 2SW 

4 low 
4 Itiw 
3 42W 
8 28W 

19 48 
3 SOW 

92 158 

93 818 
30 SOB ._ 

36 308 36,ar 

84 8W 47 
70 40a 
72 558 

bU SuK 

10 :!5B 



.18 358 
45 4N 

jn SON 

.36 7N 

.36 ItiN 

1 I6N 

I 24N 

63 86N 

Damui Lake..........6S 32N 

Dammartin ........49 SN 

Damme ...»61 15n 

Damme 52 AvtN 

Dammen M SSN 

Daumtuudaii Riv«r;i3 ION 
Dampliail Cut......>67 32N 

Oampier't 

Arcliipalago..~...80 308 
Danipier'k Group. 3 aos 
Daiupier't btruit^. 60a 
Daaipier'i 8iniil«. 6 128 
Damsdorf ............64 4N 

Damtig ...............67 leN 

Damur, Naltr el. 83 41N 
Damuiiquini River 3 36n 
gmivillj^^^g-MMiL 



13 
13 

10 

9 

39 

9 

S5 

18 



9 

9 



6!i 



10 

10 

23 

5'.i 

10 

Ui 

!(• 

U 

111 

9 

lu 

9 



10 







17 

10 


10 






10 
10 
10 
41 


10 

7 
10 

7 
10 

7 

7 

7 
40 



9 
10 


10 

9 
IS 
83 
10 
30 
34 
43 



38 

^9 



74 25W 

asw 

6 S4W 

64 SUB 

3 SOW 

31 3«»B 

31 508 

14 428 

14 408 

3 458 

3 178 

8 lla 

17 isa 

88 368 

a 39W 

116 458 

143 408 

131 lOB 

148 15B 

lU 208 

10 148 

86 288 

68 15W 

1 48 



39 
50 
16 
10 
38 
10 
43 
43 
84 
84 
16 
10 
81 
84 
30 


41 
41 
41 
41 
35 
25 
37 
52 
15 



INDEX TO BLACK^S 




D«rabgerd 
Daradoe..^ 
D.iradax R. 
Daratliu U.. 
Panili. 



Diiraliii, River 

naraknii 

Danuiipoory. 

Darapomiik.. 

DHrnrliiema . 

Paras pt mM »*tt* 

nnranco. 



^-.'8 49if 
15 3l)N 

M 5N 

Ifi ON 

— 37 44!« 

18M 

.33 35M 

,10 45N 
JS7 18N 

:xi m 

JO 8!« 
.Hi .T3!» 
J:' WW 
.wt5 4l)!« 



D'Arbane River. 
Parchit. 
Pardi 

Pardanelle* or 
Hellespont BtnU40 15N 

Pardu ~~_ w33 IIN 

Par tid Piijeba . «35 48N 
Parem Berk......^ja 44n 

Parent .......M 25n 

Parfo ..» ........4a A3N 




1.1 ON 
J»» 4t 



t Parfuiir 

Pargal Mt. 

P.<rffulet 

Pancal.. 

Pariel, Pan or...,..,4S SON 

Parien 32 83n 

jeling .......^.....g? IN 




Darien, GuK of. 

Parinna .._ 

Parkelimen 

Parlanton 

Darlaiton 

Parle]^ 

Parley 

;tarlingDowns.~,...S8 0S 

Parting Kiver ........33 lOB 

Partington ».Jt4 3IN 

Darlington ........4a 57n 

Darlington %% 7» 

Carllngtun (South 

Carolina) ..~.....34 ITi* 

nwniawanra ,..^\K an 
Darmout .^......^.?3 38N 

Darmstadt 

(Hesw) ,.,.. 4«> tan 

Pi>niH..................J5 6N 

Pumaway... „.JKl S.'iw 

Donieulle ..........,>,.. 47 12N 

Damford .............VT SN 

Damhall .. M 49n 

Pamis..^. ........„•« 47N 

Damick....«..........»5 SAN 

Uamley Bay ........<» SON 

Duruca .«....»... .....41 13N 

Dariig 
Daroo, 
Dorowen 

Darm... »4 51 n 

Durahnugur ..>^S9 15n 
Darrington »~.>~&3 4In 

DaiTotft «.... 58 53N 

Dwsham JW 17" 

Pawlwc ,.....«.. 15 48N 

Darmokh ..«.........>7 45n 

Partford Al S6N 




t Dartmoor 

Foreet 

Dartmouth. 
Dartmouth. 



Dartuch, Cwat.,..JO SUSn 

Darum^.., .JM 93N 

Paruvar... .....45 37* 

Darvel ......,.., .....JW 3tN 

""— " r J^"* 4IN 

Darwin llt..~~..»38 SW 
DaraouBg ..»«..,.^» 64N 



* Dasbaran. 



..a8 4lN 



..33 «W 
..31 «M 



Daaliaslwlier........J6 ftM 

Daitiour ....W 46N 

Da«tiur ,W 48N 

Daimuni, PraMm.43 37n 

" Dana .14 IIn 

Danmlsk 

Daitiflt, R 

Danow.. 

Daswung 

Datotsburg>~......UI IN 

Datou Potot.....— a son 

Oattou Mo ..^ 4N 

DwibenyMt. 31 19a 

Daueh ......^ 8T 8N 

Daud 8Mdy .^....M ifn 

Daude, titvAj .....M 47« 

Paula.................. I 6ai 

Daotia ., 38 Mn 



.UBMN 



!M 38B 
16 Ow 
88 01 

14 OW 
sa !?■ 
85 llnr 
S9 35B 
78 9B 
77 33B 
3 48W 
40 51 ■ 

77 en 

iH .Hw 
77 HB 
18 urn 



38 
58 
59 
58 
34 
M 
43 
39 
39 
9 
59 
39 
48 
»» 
S3 



86 301 33,36 
7S&4a 39 
14 SIN 
8 SSW 

131 
10 \tm 
S6 30a 

148 S5B 

4 4IW 

5 57W 
45 OB 
81 WW 
88 SOB 

77 15W 
41 3SB 
81 58B 

S 10«r 
S Sir 

1 sew 

1 4IW 
151 SOB 
143 85B 41,56 

1 34W 7 

78 4.'nr 46 
151 ISB 66 

79 63W 48 
77 45B 30 
aS47B 43 



33 
44 

8 

31 

4« 

56 

10 

89 

S8 

48 

39 

69 

86 

34 

7 

8 

7 

7 

66 



8 37B 


ss 


46 88B 


80 


340W 





6 SOB 


15 


S86«r 


9 


8 Hw 


10 


39 36B 


50 


S 46W 


10 


183 30W 


41-1 


1 19ir 


SO 


IB 44B 


23 


flOSOB 


S8 


8 48W 


8 


87 M 


38 


78 8B 


39 


1 I6ir 


7 


5S3W 





1 33B 


8 


7B45B 


39 


73 34B 


39 


UB 


8 


3S8ir 


8 


Cll8ir 


46 


3 38«r 


8 


4 SB 


SO 


840B 


S5 


17I9B 


43 


4 17Br 


JO 


S 39* 


7 


145 4«)a 


86 


95S8B 


56 


38 5a 


S6 


SI 16a 


as 


31 17B 


43 


31 13a 


00 


SI S6a 


60 


41 50a 


SO 


18 sa 


4«.l 


84 48a 


44-1 


II MB 


SI 


11 38a 


ss 


;'5 sw 
1 oaea 


47 


49 


lOB 4a 


40 


149 SOB 


66 


I66tr 





10 54a 


44 


448a 


44 


79 5ftir 


6S 


SS43a 


84 



Daumeh. 



, gg 

Ji9 ON 35 SOB 



«»» 



hit. 



hma. 



Dcame and 

Dove Ca».....,...fl3 33n 
Dmmie F(ire*t ..JM VON 
Doaae'i li.i^t - - ,,,70 40N 

Deba 4'> ION 

PobB..» , 36 28N 

Debai ag 17N 

Pebnlpoor..M.........3U 46N 

Dcbbet cr 

Hainleh .».....,...88 5.*iN 
Debdcn 61 68n 



Wo. or 
M,r. I 



DebcniMm. 

Dulxmy 

I'eliidil 



Debir, or Kirjath- 



■ephir.. 



Deblo Kieui. 

Debomii. 

Debreisin. 

Dseatur.... 

Decatur., 



...31 28N 
.40 I7N 

>0 SON 
~47 3;.>N 
~33 45N 
..88 S:;n 
.3S 88N 
..38 3^N 
..19 SON 
..33 SUN 
..38 9N 



Decatur. 
Deceit M 
t Deccun 
Deccan I. 
Dwelw... 
Daoepthm Mu . 
Declik 



18N 

Pecierta Isle ~.. 30 SON 

Peckendori:.._..,w48 48N 
Decuiuatee Agri ..AH SON 
Peda 46 58N 



Deddington . 

Deddington 

Dedh 



il SON 

M I7N 

49 13N 



Dedllngen .......,.,52 SON 

Dee, Br. of .,.,.....64 S4n 

DeeCaa. .t7 3n 

Dee, Olen 57 In 

Dee L. .............56 5n 

DeeL. ,.....,.,..,64 SON 

Dee Meeder .,,... J3 7n 

Dee River .,...57 8n 

Dee Rlver....,.,..»54 46n 

Dee Uiver. 

DeeR. 

Deeban 




Deengurli, 

Deepdale, R. 

Deepbope^. 

Deeping, Market SS 4Sn 

Deer 67 SIN 

Deer Isle 40 SSa 

Deer *-^''t *7 On 

Deer Soond .........58 68n 

Deerfleld ...........41 6n 

Deorbunt ......,.,.61 SON 



DeerneM River 

Peenanle 

Dmb ,..,,...... 



Peeehoft... 



...68 SON 
...JM ON 
.,47 8N 
«,S4 I8N 



Ueeu. 
DBewa. 



J0 34N 
SSN 

IS 6N 
DateM* Fort .....41 15N 

Defluffd .<ii,.i. ■ I .,i..J ^S 6N 
DejBBa ,....,. „ »43 6n 



..64 I7N 
US IN 



Degbinnaii . m, i i .4S 

Duloor 18 33N 

Dego ....,..., 44 .ION 

Peaon ..^.^.^M ION 
DeoDouna ...... .J6 S5N 

Deb L H^Jee .„J1 17^ 
Deb ImBun .......36 6M 

Peh Keir ,,.........iW aan 



DehKooDdae 

DehMlMr 

OabBebmir 

DehShBheh 

Deh Zungi 

DeF 

Dehamieh. 



98N 

as SN 

SSN 

4;n 

SSN 




I S4w 7 

4 SOW 9 
155 SOW 45-1 

5 S3w 89 
4S 48B 60 
66 SOB 38 
73 SOB 39 



Debeliii<ouninar.....89 44N 

Debeliza - .,, 43 Sn 

peben Kiver.....,...^! SHn 



..SS 14N 
..57 34N 
..JkT S4N 



33 50B 

ISB 
90 KB 
95 34B 

1 21B 
1 lOB 

63 48B 
6 38vr 

35 3B 
28 4b 

80 14B 

81 S8B 
84 Slw 
88 40W 
88 4w 
19 S2B 
79 Ob 
90 65B 

53 48B 
138 9B 

36 9B 
106 OB 

IS 54B 
941IB 

54 SOB 
1 SOW 
046B 

71 lOBT 

10 ISB 

358W 
958W 

3 4lw 

4 25W 
4 2w 
6 S6B 

3 2ir 
9 6w 

4 6W 
6 SOW 

146 44b 

5 S3W 
79 98B 
''4 33B 

91B 
13W 

68 SB 
6B3SB 
31 5B 

37ir 

71 40B 

S 8w 

S low 

osow 

9 4W 

69 llw 
109 6W 46.1 



60 
8 

39 

33 
8 
8 

27 
9 

»7 
36 
60 
93 
48 
47 
48 
34 
39 
39 
34 
56 
88 

I 
89 
68 
23 

8 

8 
47 
91 
10 

9 

9 
10 
10 
18 

7 

9 
10 
13 
67 

9 
39 
39 
30 
IS 
38 
88 
60 

8 
30 

7 
10 

8 

9 
63 



S48W 
81 17W 
8 low 
8 4SW 
6 67W 
83 47B 

72 ISB 

OS 66a 
11 40B 

73 4B 
84SSW 

» 7W 
6 47W 
19 47a 
96S6B 
77 36B 
8S0a 
79 44a 
68 60a 

65 47a 
67 ^-B 
64 SOB 

66 60a 
63 SIB 
66 45B 

66 SOB 

67 la 
S6 7a 
38 66a 
79 69a 
08 loa 
61 6«B 



9 

47 

8 





8S 

30 

SO 

84 

SO 

47 

8 

ao 

96 

S3 

au 

SI 

so 

38 
38 

38 
88 
88 
88 
88 
SB 
39 
30 
43 
SO 
S8 
38 



Dehnemuk 



68 68B 38 



± Delta ,... 31 ISN 

Dclting ...,..,.,.,60 SIN 
Delvin, C. T. .......63 S6n 

nnlyltiluLI- ■ , 3;} HSN 

DelvIno 39 S4N 

Demak .._ 6 68b 

Demarcation PointOO 44n 
Demawend Pk. ...05 46n 
Dembarri ,..,.,,.18 lOa 
Dembea, Lnke.,.,18 IOn 

Deiner ~..,,.17 SUN 

Pernor, Rivt«r ....,61 M 
Pemeraiu, River , 6 62n 



Pemesllka. 
Pemetrias .... 
Demetrias 
l>enietrias 
Demetrias 
Deniinhi ., 
Demircapu 
Pemirdjiler 



.18 6n 

.11 ON 

^ 34N 

-39 2.1N 

_40 4Gn 

41 lin 

42 17N 



^0mm0^*it>0t 



Demirehi-ktoy. 
See the Ikniplio- 

nis ,. ., 

Demir-hissnr ........41 

Demlr Khp«i...,....37 

Demiijlltegh 39 

Demnar ..,., 
Pemnia 



31 OK 43 

1 )5w 10 

7 2w 19 

80 33B ,13 

SO lOB S3 

110 40B 40 

141 OW 46.| 

58 lOB 38 

S8 6riB 

37 lOB 

34 Ob 
4 24a 
68 llw 
21 66B 
67 lOB 
44 6B 
S3 S6B 
31) 3SB 
13 IB 
23 18b 
94 S6B 



43 
42 
42 
19 
64 
34 
S8 
59 
59 
59 
21 
S3 
33 




14N 

IN 

(IN 

J)4 I5N 

49 35N 

.iUN 

30N 

3 16N 

.51 44N 

.M l<>N 

A3 IIN 




Pemonto 

Pemopolii 

Pen Burg 

Pen Hitxert 

Pen IIocU , 

Denbigh.,.,. 

Denbigh. < npc .,..64 ISn 

t Denbigli*liirc...-6.1 6n 

Denbog ,.,...,,., flft 2tiN 

Denby „ ..53 In 

Pender, River.......51 Sn 

Denden ,..,..,....26 Ion 

Dendermonde ,..,51 Sn 

Dendour, Shek ,...83 SSn 

Denehworth ...,...^11 37n 

Denek Bladen .,,J9 45N 

Denekino 

Denford 

DengisL. 

Denliolm 

Den 

Denial B. 

Dwino 
Denklingen 
^Denmark , 
DenmaricR. 
Dennesnesi ........69 86n 

Dennevlti,..,..,.JH 56N 
Dennbigton .........58 l.tN 

t Dennolueqye,..46 llN 
Denny .....„....,«56 Sn 

Dennysvllle ,...,.44 5Sn 
Denoon Caa.........JM 3Sn 

Dent ................64 I6N 

Dent de Midi M.....46 llN 

Dent da Morole M.46 ISn 
Pento,.,..,.,..,.45 SIN 
Denton #,.,......,.52 53n 

Denton .............63 S6n 

Denton ,.,,......,^8 SON 

Denton ,....,..,.,.51 hn 

Danver ....■.,.,,...59 87n 

Deniic ,.,..68 15n 

Deobun .. ,,.99 40N 

Deogbur ,...,..,.86 94n 
Deogoof »..,... ,..ve 5N 

DeonunCumu M. 65N 
Depai, Kr..,«.,..-3I 4Sa 
Depen ,.,».....w...J^9 UN 
Depoatt, Fort ,.,.34 93N 
Depot of 8turt,,.,34 SOi 
DaDtfotd .,.....,..51 88N 

Der Teen ...,..,,51 49n 

• Dara 

OamDMn 



33 
83 S7R 84,25 
36 48B 36 

au »m 

51 ISB 
24 SB 
S8 S3B 
87 5HW 

4 SBB 

4 33B 

3 47R 

3 2.1W 



30 
38 
S3 
34 
48 
18 
18 
18 
7 



161 SOW 45-1 



OeraObaiaa 

f t n ll ll ft \ f \ fmrft \ 



wMiMiMiawMWMiwvV J On 

S0 36N 



3 saw 

3 llw 

1 23W 

4 6B 

38 43B 

4 6B 

39 48B 

1 3jW 
SS69B 
89 SOB 

82W 
64 SB 

5 43W 

SB 
133 SUB 

30 33B 

2 43W 
10 62B 
10 OB 

117 20B 

8 SIW 

1S58B 

1 80.1 
81 63B 

S64W 
67 ISW 

3 OW 
8 28vr 

6 6tfB 

7 6B 
81 19B 

4SW 

1 47Br 

76 47W 
I lOa 
S4B 

16 48B 

77 43B 
73 65a 
76 S3a 
80 16B 
IS OW 
SO OB 

038B 
86 33W 
144 I8B 

SW 
aB56B 

6 47a 
49 IkB 
70 6la 



7 
10 

7 

19 

43 

19 

«3 

8 

36 

35 

8 

68 

10 

89 

56 

86 

10 

88 

86 

57 

9 

94 

8 

93 

10 

46 

10 

7 

17 

17 

83 

7 

7 

47 

8 

8 

II 

SO 

30 

30 

10 

Si 

44 

8 

40 

66 

8 

SO 

18 

36 

38 



..30 ION 



DeralamaelKhaiiSl 58n 
Derafu, or & 

Jean Clbnai .^.90 84N 
Darabia Uid, or 

KaniBu •...,mJO On 
Darak Koi ....,. , .. 3 7 18N 
Darar, l»la...,.,... 93 4n 

Darba .17 :*"« 

Da rb end..,.«,. . ..,w i 8 48N 
Derbent,.,......M..,49 9n 



70 .«B 30 
70 488 18,30 

39S0B 43 



47 SSa 

30 98B 
89 4ia 
3S60B 
67 44B 

48 SOB 
19B 



86 
38 
43 
SO 
38 
98 
S6 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



15 



Lat. 



Lom. 



Hn.or 



Namm. 



Lav. 



Ltiini. 



No. or 
MAr. 



Kamm. 



L«T. 



LONO. 



No. Of 

M r. 



Namu. 



Lat. 



Lr«a. 



tle.m 



.^1 16N 

»^~.tiO 21 N 
#M>#««&3 86N 
.W UN 



81 



608B 
PointOB 44N 
k. ^15 46N 

e 18 I On 

,.--,^.17 30N 
r <«««..fll ON 
iver . 6 SSn 
.18 6n 
M ON 
Li 34N 
,-a9 2.1N 
^40 46n 

ja SON 

U>N 

2 I7N 

'>■• 



4.1 
10 

la 

.13 
33 

40 



OK 
I I5W 
7 2«r 
S0.13B 
SO 101 
110 4UB .. 
141 OW 4S-1 
Bi ION 38 
38S(« 
37 lOs 
34 Ob 
4 94K 
58 llw 
31 86B 
67 1*IK 
44 6B 
i-J MB 
»» MB 

13 IB 

23 12b 
24S6B 



43 
42 
42 
19 
M 
34 
58 
S9 
«) 
SO 
21 
S3 
33 



.41 14N 
IN 

.—.3!) <IN 
.14 )5n 

,49 35N 

w32 3()N 
.JS3 16N 



.11 44N 
51 l!IN 
A3 llN 
pc— 64 I6N 
irc..,.^1 6N 

m 2«iN 

53 IN 

er 51 8N 

„,„„, ?« ION 

le.~~51 3n 

lek ...^23 25N 

..»«»«»»SI 37N 

m....~~3» 4&N 

ION 

S3 23N 

39 6N 




i(ye<..>45 llN 

44 55N 

i...,«....S4 I6N 

li M 46 llN 

role M.46 12N 
,»......^8 81 N 

«as3N 

UUIfi6N 

SON 



>»#»#•#*»#< 




rt..M.~34 t3N 
1 88N 



IBN 



,a0 35N 



33 

23 27B 24,25 
35 4«B 36 
3H 30B 
51 I5B 

24 SB 
22 S3B 
87 58W 

4 fi8B 
4 23B 
3 47B 
3 IIW 
161 SOW 45-1 
3 2ave 7 

3 llw 
1 23W 

4 6B 
32 42B 

4 6B 
32 48B 

1 27W 
S3 59B 
89 20B 

S3wr 
64 5B 

2 43W 

2B 
133 SUB 

39 23B 

3 43vr 
10S2B 
10 OB 

117 30B 

3 2lir 

12S8B 

1 aovi 

SI S3B 

3 54nr 
67 I5W 

3 OW 

8 39W 

6 5tfB 

7 6B 
21 19B 

42W 

1 47W 
7a47w 

1 lOB 

94B 

15 48a 

421 

'3 05a 
;6 2M 
80 15a 
IS im 
W oa 

038a 
86 33W 
144 18a 

tw 
30 55a 

8 47a 
42 urn 
70 5la 



36 
38 
83 
34 
4H 
18 
18 
18 
7 



10 
7 
19 
43 
19 

43 

8 
36 
35 

8 
S8 
10 
89 
S6 
36 
10 
22 
25 
57 

9 
24 

8 
23 
10 
46 
10 

7 
17 
17 
83 

? 

47 

8 

8 

11 

SB 

30 

30 

10 

St 

44 

8 

4a 

06 
8 

38 
18 
36 
38 



__ ION 

IKIIMI31 58N 
4, «r 

«WMIMMw9l MN 

<««« n ii S 7 18N 

>,<«>» WP.. 23 4N 

,^..,..17 :?•♦ 



70 ."lOa 30 
70 488 18,30 

saaoa 43 



......»^48N 



47a5a 

30S8a 
82 4ia 

33 SOB 
67 44a 
48 90a 
19a 



36 
36 
43 

SO 
38 
28 
S6 



Demitu ...w~~>~.40 3UN 
Desolation, Cap^ 61 On 
Desolation, Cnpe 
(DelFuego)....,JiS Os 

Desour .^~~... •if> 33n 

Despair Itay~,.....w55 15n 
Despair Cape ,...^8 3In 
Desphina «..~.....>.38 24N 
Derpot lailuk .,»^41 3HN 
Do-^poto Dagh ^..^41 82N 
Dessau ^^..^.....51 48n 



Desaeroav 
Dessyo ^ 
I>e«''!rro. .N' 



.26 20N 



.22 44N 

S do i7 308 

l)"Ksirce> H. 36 08 

Detcliiiiit ^,^^.^'t5 37N 
Detention U. ...,^.41 ."^s 



Detem 

Detnioid 

Detroit 

Dettolbnch 

Dettingen 

DettinKen 

(Anrgiiii). 
Dels 
Deugh W, 
Deiinie 




53 i:iN 

1 5AN 

4-2 i'iS 

49 49N 

3N 



80 3lB 

48 auw 

71 45w 

33 36B 
59 15W 
64 22w 
82 30B 
94 LIB 
84 56B 
12 1»B 

82 6a 
75 10b 
46 I8W 

137 45B 

1 52W 

145 34B 

7 46B 
H 5iB 

83 16w 
10 »B 

8 54B 



-47 31 N 

4 17N 

55 18N 

I 87N 



Deux Pont8, or 
Zwe>brucken <^9 I5N 

Devil .»^,^. 45 S2N 

Devil .........,^...^13 S!ON 

Devar Isle »~>~~~.55 25N 
Devekiui ^^.^^.42 SON 
Dovelien .«..~..^47 21N 

Develtiw 42 2«N 

DtfVtfiiick ,..^^, ^ 7 7" 
Deventer ,.....^.. . .52 15N 
i)eviupitt»ni ~-... 9 -'WN 
Devicottali ~.~~«11 I UN 

Devil's Bridge b2 28n 

Devil's Olen<.,~..~53 Sn 
Devil's Noii e ^^.~~.61 20N 



Bee 



Devils Tower. 

Olbmltar .....^ 

Devipoora.. 23 SON 

Deviiei M 88n 

Devol < > ^O 49N 

1 Devon j^...<.<»»i»41 35a 
t Devon, North 

(Barrow's Stralt)75 SON 
Devon, River .....M 7" 
Devon, W. ^.^....M ISn 

Devonport.. SO KIN 

t Devonshire _.~JM) 44n 

Devra Libanas :0 32N 

Devynock ...........51 S6n 

Dewar 85 43n 

Dewchurch 51 SUN 

Dewdurpa............a7 32n 

Dewlisli 50 47N 

Dewsbury .......~..,5 3 42N 

Dexter 43 22N 

DeyhUiOi 35 .ISN 

Deynsc......... -M .-»> S O &9n 

Deysore ..■».. .85 Vjn 

Dwna 46 30N 

Dhagri R......».i . »iw l O 8n 

Dhakur«.....«««>.PM«10 20N 

Dbana ji.iimnri-rrr---''" 46N 

Dhar «t MM 

Dhanualeb ~..~.89 48N 



Dharoor 
Dharwar 
DhatowU 



•18 49N 
..IS 96N 
-37 Sun 



OhawiriMtri Mt....38 SSN 
Dhankanaulgur <~80 35N 
DtaarUana ».~.~. 4 4 37n 
a\ SON 



i?te 



_>lioba M.»~- "-M SSN 
Dhobhanc m-f——Vt 18n 
Dhoda - «tiMN 

Dfaolka ...»...■..». ...22 44N 

Dliolpoor M»M~M~.96 40N 
Dhonah — ......... M lI" 

Dhonbrana ~m..~. 3 8 15N 

Dhoor ..«.«« 14 4iN 

Dhoralea R.«»..... » l M" 

Dku, Laka ....... At 4im 

Dhu Loc h ..w..»iw«.J B 14N 
Dbu Lougb MMMM.52 48N 

Dhunnpl MiiMi I ri -^*' ON 

DhumMrry .~..»... » 34n 

Dunohl W "M 

DhundaRme- 

pOOfW .».....M,.>IB ><»■ 

Dniimimpoor.,~~.'iO 3j»n 

Dhuy.^. " ' " " f P *5I! 

Dhynevaylaa ..M..I9 on 



Dia 



,..35 98N 



33 
45>1 

51 
43 
45 
46 
34 
33 
31 
24 
39 
39 
54 
56 
7 
67 
21 
81 
46 
82 
22 



8 MB 17 

22 37B 33 

4 17W 10 

5 48B 18 



7 23b 
32 53B 
3 OW 

5 37W 
25ft7B 

7 18a 
27 lOB 

2 9w 

6 Oa 

78 54B 

79 SOB 

3 53W 
6 8W 

115 SOW 



77 14a 

1 58W 

80 SOB 

146 aOB 



82 
83 
58 
10 
33 
17 
^9 

9 
18 
39 
39 

8 
13 
45 

89 
39 
8 
33 
57 



85 OW 
3 SOW 

3 42W 

4 OW 
3 43W 

38 SOB 

3 aiw 

3 3w 

3 42w 

84 35a 

2 21W 
1 37w 

84 OW 
65 la 

3 3la 
68 4a 
22 94B 
89 lOa 
81) 908 

35 43a 43,60 
78 2la ~ 
81 32B 

76 SB 
75 8a 

78 34a 
83 lOB 

85 3la 

4 47B 
74 ISa 

36 45a 
tMSSa 

71 SOB 

72 SOB 

77 48a 

79 98a 
29 87a 

78 50a 
70 Oa 

43W 

4 saw 

9 19W 
83 18a 
81 99a 
88 12a 



45-1 

10 

10 

8 

8 

43 

8 

10 

8 

39 

8 

7 

47 

88 

19 

39 

93 

39 

39 



39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
38 
16 
39 
35 
30 
88 
39 
30 
30 
34 
80 
80 
19 

13 
30 
30 
80 



DIabeg »....».« » 'i..~57 34* 



73 4a 30 

73 isa 39 

4 &0a 10 

73 94a SO 

95 lOa 00 

84UW 



Dit'ggfn ...............47 4IN 

Diest .....-......^.....ftO 5»N 



Dleii, Isle « 
niuuionard 
I'tovenhmig 
Dieveren 

Dieama , 

DiflSculty C. 
Digagunny 

Disby 

Digby (Novu 

Scotia) 
DIggee 
DigKee ... 
Dighty W, 
Dignac « 
Dignagur. 
Dignato. 
Digne 
Digny 
Digoin 
Digwir. 



.46 42N 
.48 57N 
•3 SON 
.^.^•i 6.'JN 
17 Sl'n 
.57 4UN 
,.12 1)8 
SN 




-WN 

.26 20N 
,',^6 1»N 
.56 3lN 
.45 34N 
.i'3 27N 
.44 6ilN 
,44 SN 
.48 32N 
.46 87N 

— B — .41 x\n 

Diliewyd ..............52 UN 

Dihung Uiver ......27 SON 

Diiun .^.............^.47 1»N 

Dikenies ............31 6n 

1 Diknaii MJtit......27 SON 

Dilemuii ....,.,.,...36 45N 

Dilga .................44 UN 

Dilgmm .'» ION 

DilTeiiburg ..,^,...,^50 42N 
Dillengen ,~~...w...48 34N 

Dilllngen f>0 SON 

Dillingham ^..^^i IWn 
Dilman ................38 On 

Dilnagan ........... J>5 IN 

Dillyjoon ............34 ION 

Dima Pt. .«.«...«...,40 SUa 
Dimitsana ^.,^.^ij 3Un 

Dimltrlos, Ag 38 2Sn 

Dimokea ..^...^^. 2 3n 
Dimoiilrn ...........41 19N 

Dinaburg .. 55 SIN 



Dlnagepoor 

Dinan. 

Dinan 



»^>«i»0»#<'**rf'«>^*i 



.25 46N 
__ 42N 
4»87N 



Dina»-Mowddwy«Ji8 43N 
Dinant >.....,.. — .50 15n 

Diniipoor ............85 36n 

Dinaretiun Pr. ~~S5 40N 

Dinart StmUt 58 84N 

Diiias Hd. ,.....^..^59 2N 
Dlncana~.~....~.~.31 ISN 

Dindlgul 10 82N 

Dindin ,.^^ 4 ION 

Dindory ...........^. 3 3 31N 

niiidynius M. ......39 30N 

Diixlvmene M. ....38 53N 

ningclfangen ...~ 4 8 35N 
Dingelstiidt ....~~51 22n 
ningluuhen ......,~.54 34n 

Dingle ....>. .52 8N 

Dingle Bay ....,...^53 4n 
Dingle Harbour .~53 7" 
Dingwall »uft—n X l 3Sn 
Dinhanw~~~,~~~S3 15n 
Dinish Is'.e »..,.....»S1 44n 
Dinkelsbuhl...,..~.49 4n 
ninlabyre ......,.,.. J> a 12n 

Dinnat f ^>r nS (l 4n 

rinr. r I. .~..~~. 7 46N 
D:-o, Isle.~>..~~..89 SIN 
Pinslaken«.........JH 34N 

Dintenhelm .........48 13N 



DInwoodie Qt...,.^^ ION 
Dio-Oasaiea ...M...J8 88n 
Diomedia Pr. ......43 SON 

Djonysiui ............ 3 3 SSN 

Dionyiopolia .»....43 96N 

Dies Qyor....~....«48 8N 

DkNCoridia I. .....18 ION 

Diowuriaa ......... 4 3 43n 

DIohmIIi ............SI 7M 

DlospolU .......»i.~8 1 56N 

Dio^lta Mag....^^ 40H 

DlospolU Par. ^.mM 8* 

Dioiutova ....pJW 98N 

Djoumi e n ,m——,m M 46n 

DIpach »49 36n 

Dippeldswald .~~.80 82N 

DlraottoB Hill 40 48a 

Diraotion Mt. .~>».42 S6a 
Dlri R. #..».. .x.^». " 4 3 SSN 

DIridotis ». » ... 3 82N 

Dirie, Str. 5 7 44n 

Dirtnsh .....;..44 97N 



Dirk Hartogs Isle 98 408 
Dlrksbom.........~.52 46N 

Dirleton... ... S O 3n 



i 



8 44B 

5 IB 

9 23W 

6 6B 
6 23B 

6 lUR 
3 31W 

7 3W 
148 28B 

23W 

65 .SOW 
) 6 44K 
75 30B 

3 Ow 

(I l.':B 

87 tUB 

I3S^B 

6 14B 

1 4B 

4 OB 
42 SOB 

4 13W 
95 20B 

5 SB 
31 37B 

4 OW 

49 S3B 
83 47B 
63 20B 

8 13B 
10 3lB 

7 S6B 
22B 

44 27B 
4 54W 

50 28B 
173 lOB 

22 OB 
22 S2a 
3453a 
26 29a 
S6 23B 

88 5SB 
7 17W 

2 4W 

3 4UW 

4 64B 

85 3B 
34 38a 

4 48W 
4 S4W 
78 ISB 
78 SB 
100 36a 
81 35B 
31 3(IB 
30 lOB 

30 21B 

12 84B 
10 82B 
22 4B 
10 19W 
lU 'ivm 
10 17W 

4 3SW 
48W 

10 13W 

10 I9B 
3 4SW 
3 56W 

33 3l)a 

15 48a 
645a 

10 4a 
3 S4W 

34 sua 

16 Oa 

86 46a 
28 loa 
90 38B 
53 4Sa 
41 8Sa 

31 S3a 
34SSa 

32 38a 
38 SOB 
4S37a 
33S5B 

5S8a 

13 36B 
68 liw 

145 4la 

46 oa 

47 38a 

5 OW 
16S6a 

118 60a 
448a 

8 4SW 

9 30W 



17 
19 
15 
15 
IH 
18 
30 

9 
56 

7 

46 
39 
39 
10 
16 
39 
23 
16 
15 
16 
36 

8 
40 
15 
43 
44 
38 
33 
58 
83 
82 
81 

8 
38 
10 
38 
67 
34 
34 
43 
33 
87 
39 
13 
15 

8 
19 
3!i 
59 

9 

8 
39 
39 
40 
39 
69 
59 
36 
23 
94 
84 
13 
13 
13 

9 

7 
13 
89 
10 

9 
96 
33 
81 
22 
10 
SO 
60 



93 
88 
SO 
S0 
37 
60 
60 
87 
88 
19 
81 
63 

8: 



9 
33 
41 
18 
10 
10 



DJebel ...........»..38 S«n 

nit bel Abad 28 SON 

DJel)el Abou 
Veragia ~«. 
DJebel Agrib 
Djebel Faratoul 
D, ebel Gebei 
D, I'bel Kurin 
DJebel Mesawaki 28 18n 
D fbol Rnmlfeh .^26 54N 
D, I'bel Tit, 
D, eboul 
I', uinilHli 
Djenerii 



,S9 3SN 
.28 ION 
28 59N 
,29 ON 

.■J7 30N 



29 48N 
.15 58N 
.16 6n 
41 4N 



esr Erkvno .....41 2HN 



ll'^tfV^^'^V*. 



D, Ibeli 
D. iddali. 
7), iinown 
Q okio KtrtH 
D. ook It. 



39 47N 
i;l S6N 

36 H8N 

7 588 

30 7n 



n, O8liolkunigli(>r...30 3(In 

"^ ' .,..^12 3n 

.60 3(<N 

m ION 

6« ON 

......52 51 N 

.'52 46N 

66 18N 

52 '.'SN 
.46 32N 
.46 6N 



D, uniaku 
Iijura..,^. 
Duiitriev ...... 

Dmrricvak « 
Dmitriev.'koe 
DniitrievsliOe 
Dniitroy.~w,», 
Dmtrovsk ,..,... 
Dnieper, Uiver... 
Dniester, River 
tDoab 
Doagh 
Doagh . 

DOBKK.... 

• ' oan 
Doan, 81. , 
Donngaree. 
Dobberan . 
Dobbertin 
Dobb's Cape, 
Dob-del 
l>(ibee. 
Dobi'm 



Doblet Manilru. 

Btt the lius- 

pliorus .. 
Doblitz .... 
Doboi 
Dobor. 

Dobn.l 

Dobriiiiik:i~, 
DobriliiKk .. 
Dobrokoz .. 
Ditbrniiiil 
Dobrzyce 



45N 
...55 14N 
~.32 46N 
16 20N 
.54 SON 
,25 35N 
64 3N 

^...jsa 40N 

..JcA ON 

..-.,48 2HN 

,23 55N 

1 37N 



4M«tflMWt«^^M 



.,Jb\ .13N 
,44 4.vN 
44 69N 

!2 4}»!* 

52 IN 

51 ■XiH 

46 -i'li 

.4!* .S7N 
51 54N 



Dubrz\ \\.^.^. 
Doce, liiver 
Diiclinrt, L. 
Docliaeiiit 



..62 4iN 

,...19 328 

.,..•"'6 25N 

*>mim^«m^imO^ Ion 

Duciiellrlji in, L. ...:<2 on 



Doclifour Ho. ~...Ji7 8Sn 

Dochfoiir, L. ...~~47 ^Sn 

Di)el<cliit8y 

Docking 

Dodiib:illo 

Dodairoo 

Doddeiihain 

Doddi, gton 

Doddington 

Doddbigton 

Dodee 

Dodmaii Pt. 

Dodona 



49N 

53 S4N 

13 12N 

...14 DIN 

52 ISN 

63 13N 

12 6N 
I3N 



.,39 55N 

Pod wortii .............53 .13N 

Doe, Olen.»..~.~,~.57 I3n 

Doe, Bridge 57 !)n 

Doesah ......83 3Sn 

Doesburg ......^..^52 In 

Doetlnchem ..,.^.^.51 68n 

Dog Isle.... 13 408 

Dogara .».....«.....>.24 S9N 

Doner Bank 54 5<in 

DogflanL.............44 .18N 

D(Mnacska ~~~~~45 17n 

B Dog-rib Indians 64 On 

Dogumbaaug>~.~.90 On 

Doian....,...........~.44 SON 

Doine. L. ^^ ^6 21 n 

Doiran A I I2n 

Dck...~« 34 9N 

Dokag.~~.............67 7n 

Doke I. ..............37 ^n 

Dokhan Ol 37 ISN 

• Dokhara... 34 3Sn 

Dokhergan ...^..^JSl 43N 

Dokkedal ..........^^ SSN 

Dokoleni .............46 92N 

D0I....................48 33N 

Dulart,Tlie S3 ISN 

- - .j, 



ai 4Sa 43 

66 SOB 88 



33 OB 
33S7a 

34 SB 
31 16B 

35 SOB 
31 68B 

30 4B 
33 in 
37 33B 

5 418 
33 S3B 

86 3!)B 

88 62B 
39 8SB 
23 24B 

110 2JB 
33 15B 
ai SOB 
23 20b 
14 67B 
35 21B 
39S4B 
37 SlB 
47 SIB 
37 80B 
35 I3B 

31 30B 
.10 30B 

79 OB 

6 IW 

7 Slw 

89 66w 
S3 20B 

660W 
73 SIB 

11 SUB 

12 9B 

87 40w 45-1 

80 43B S3 
77 65B 39 
14 4B 84 



43 
43 
43 
43 
36 
43 
43 
43 
36 
44 
33 
33 
36 
35 
34 
40 



33 
86 
88 
87 
28 
88 
27 
i9 
28 
i8 
39 
13 
13 
48 
35 
19 
39 
81 
81 



j^Tj 



11 52B 
18 ISB 
18 lOB 
26 55B 

31 l!«B 
13 .14R 

18 iW 

32 53it 
17 37B 

19 3(iB 
39 4.'.W 

4 SOW 
68 38B 
83 SB 

4 17W 

4 17W 
87 37b 

037a 

77 23B 
76 46B 

9 Slw 

4IW 

1 S9W 

2B 
76 7b 

4 47w 

20 40b 

1 32W 

5 Ow 
4 KW 

85 3SB 

6 7B 

6 19B 
133 OW 

78 46a 
9 30B 
8 6B 

21 48B 
125 OW 

51 lOB 
98 4a 
4 26W 
29 58a 
76 30B 
81 2a 
83 20a 
32 42a 
44 OB 
46 8B 

10 ISa 
97 44B 

1 4SW 

7 lOB 
4 Iw 



33 

21 

.^1 

3.1 

.•-'3 

S8 

24 

2.1 

23 

24 

28 

64 

10 

39 

39 

9 

9 

27 

7 

39 

39 

8 

7 

7 

8 

39 

8 

68 

7 

9 

9 

89 

18 

18 

1 

39 

A 

31 
83 
45 
38 
S3 
10 
33 
SO 
96 
34 
43 
36 
38 
52 
33 
15 
21 
8 



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Craigend ^.-,.,.,-57 31M 3 Mw 

Cntigenlle Ho 55 In 4 4»w 

Craigforth..«».>...~JM> W 3 MV 

Craiggant ..^........^K 2tiN 4 Itiw 

CMighall ....M,^>.Ji6 37N 8 Ittw 

Craigliope....~..~~^S 4In 3 7^ 

Cralgie,...,.».~..<..57 i3s 4 6w 

Craigio <»«»»i>«»««»»«J(i 2i')N 3 2tiw 

Craigie.«~~~~,«..~J» 34N 4 2!iMr 

Cralgievar..,^,...^? Km a 40W 

CraiginUlarCas..~fi5 56N 3 8W 

Craigmulloclu.~~«59 6n 4 3iw 

Craigmura ...«^..J6 ION 8 iiOHr 

Craignethan Ca.«~AS 42N 3 Kw 

Craignorget „„..^tA 48N 4 asw 

Craigrood ...^..^.^ SON 3 3\v 
Craig's Bridge .^^46 '.ISs 
Craigaton „„,„.^A7 35n 
Oraigton »^..^».S5 57N 
Craigtown ....^^.58 27N 

Craigtown^»ii»«.«.».» 5 4 5(iN 

urmi»*»»*» M tf>ii#^#<M»»»»** H f ION 
Crailing ........,^«,fi5 3IN 

Crailing, Upper .^.bS 29n 

Crakau ..„».„ HI 17" 

Crukeiiall ....m«~>^4 IUn 
Crameron M#M«MM»<£6 fiSN 
Craiiiond ..>«.^.«..5y Wn 
Cramoiid..,,..^.^»»55 A9n 

('ran L. .>»»i«...<.»<..57 3&N 
Critna~>. 



9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
_ _ 9 
71 17W46,47 



.46 UN 
Cranl>orne~.M.»M»fiO fi5N 
Craiibroolu.......»^l 6n 

Craiiicli~~~.~~..~~66 35N 
Cningeraigy~~.~»>57 2" 
CraiiTey>.<.^,..«,^l 8n 



CraiuliawiM 



,^6lN 
S3N 



Cranstock 

Cranston,... .,.M fi3N 

Cranwell>,.MM«M«~.A3 3N 
Cranwick«.~.....,.~.5J 33N 
Craon. 




Crura 
CraMlee~..~~~~M,A5 38n 

Cr,itliienalnL.>..>..J>7 3N 

Cr.ulwme. ..54 97N 

CriUliy ................S7 IN 

Crato >.,~»^~./...^>,39 SIN 
Cfntto rf>i #»#<»#<w^ow*** o i/S 
Cratto .^...^^.....^.^..^ 6 IM 

vFA W o o»o«^#<w<w»»'*»w<— *Oj win 

Crawcrook «.^.>^.54 58N 
Crawell ...^.........53 14N 

Crawford........>......&5 S8N 

Cra wford........».«... 4 1 83n 

Crawford Cai. ,.,„M 88n 
Crawford, Fort ....31 8n 

Crawford, Fort ...U3 3n 
Crawford John .„.M »)N 
Crawford Priory .~M 17n 
Crawfordibum...~Ji4 40N 
Crawfordtown ......AS UN 

Crswfordville ...^.40 3N 

Crawick W M 8Sn 

Crawickholtn. 
Crawley, 
CroHke, ti. 
Create, 8, 




A S4N 
1 6N 

ii bin 
a-i 53N 



CreditoD ^^....,^...60 48n 



Cree «..~.~.~...,».JS6 SON 
Cree W. ..,~.......S4 67n 

Cree, Bridge of ,~.AS 3n 
Creebonk ........... JW Sn 

Creechy^..........«J7 SSn 

Creek, I«le ...........40 ISs 

Creeelough .........JS 8N 

Creetown.»....«..... . M S3N 

Creevy ......«.»...J!t4 I8N 

CreOelbaeh .........49 9n 

Creggan..............,fl4 6n 

Creiai...~,...~.~.~Jt7 &2N 
Creiglingen ..^.,....49 :«)n 

Creigrlna .....^.^^i 9n 

CreiT .,..~ 

^ruii .......<.......... 

Creilthulm 
Creina 
Cremenes 
Crenimen .,..«.... 

l/renini ........... 



...40 UN 

46 38N 

.49 7N 

4S 2IN 

43 4»N 

^■2 47N 



I Cremona 
Cremona ^ 
Crendi, CI., 
Creiido Il.,~ 
Crcny ........ 

Crepy. 
Crera 



..47 <IN 
.45 8N 
......45 ION 

^....36 48N 

^,....16 158 

,. .....48 20N 

49 35N 
~..~A5 SIN 



'Jrenuii Locli .......541 34n 



2 25W 
4 SOW 

3 64W 

4 MW 

1 7W 

2 37W 
8 89W 
a 86W 

13 40B 
1 39W 

4 Sfiw 

3 18W 
3 I7W 
ft 4SW 
6 15B 
A 12W 

8 3Sa 
1 A6W 
033B 

6 9W 

A aew 

S9W 

9 30W 
A SHT 

5 6%W 
28vr 
37B 

68vr 
A 14W 
a S4W 

7 4«w 

3 16W 

1 mv 

4 24W 

7 31W 
62 2W 
60 46tv 

A 22W 

1 47W 

8 44nr 
8 40W 

91 Alw 

3 41vr 

87 4W 

91 OW 

3 47W 

3 3W 

5 45W 
3 52W 

8ti 53W 

3 SAW 
3 58Kr 
12W 
45a 
45a 

5 3DW 
A 6vr 

4 Slw 
4 3H«V 
4 36^ 

2 23W 
62 6W 

7 A6W 
4 SOW 
9 14W 

9 Ala 
6a7w 

8 SOW 
4 19W 

10 SI 

3 I6W 
8 2!W 
I llW 

TO 4B 
U 41B 

A ;iw 
la S7B 

37 2B 

10 :iB 

10 SB 
14 S7B 
65 A5W 

4 lOB 
3 3(IB 

A aiiw 

6 1»W 



9 
10 

9 
10 

7 
10 
10 
10 
SI 

7 

9 
10 
10 

9 
17 

9 
17 

8 

8 
10 

9 

8 
10 

8 
10 

7 

8 
15 
10 
10 
SO 

9 

7 

9 
30 
A-i 
A4 
10 

7 

13 
10 

47 
10 
48 
47 
10 
10 

la 

10 
47 
10 
10 
8 

7 

7 

8 

9 

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10 

10 

9 

A3 

IS 

10 

IS 

sa 

IS 

IS 

9 

>2 

8 
lA 
lA 

sa 

31 
30 
84 
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31 
SO 

ss 

A8 
lA 
lA 
10 
10 



Croce ( Sumatra ).~, A I. '•a 

Crocliell. 57 «8m 

Crocodile R....~.~.:i2 34N 

Crocodiloi ■'«) 38N 

Crocfldilopolis ..»..2A 3(iN 
Crocodilopolis .,.^,..29 23n 
Crocodilupolit ,~.~„96 SON 
Crocodrllo Pt..~.~ai Mn 
Croemore ,.,.....,^..^88 7n 

Croft................ .. " '>. * a" 

CroftlieadM..M.~~.fi5 SIN 
Croghan «.....«M~.^3 54N 

Croglian ............64 1 n 

Croghan M.........J'>.' 47N 

Croglian M. .........53 SON 

Croglin ........ 84 49n 

Croglin .....,.........^15 IGn 

Crola, or Ag- 
Hiuar ..............41 31 n 

Croiaettes ...........46 KM 

Croisic, liO ,.....^,.47 Hn 

Croiiy la Haye...>..4» .>8n 

Croix Verte ,~...>»~47 17" 
Croixilles Hr.,...~.~4I As 
CroUer Ravine......a'i 128 

Crol.er'a Bay .......74 40N 

Croker's Isle 
(AuHtralia) .,.,....11 158 

Cromack Pt 54 .ION 

Cromarth OiffurdJil .'I5N 

Cromarty 57 4In 

± Croniarty .....~Ji7 39N 
Cromarty Ferry ~.57 42n 
Cromarty, Firm of 57 4on 
Cromarty Ho. .~~Ji7 40n 

CrombiePt .W 3n 

Cromdalfl ^,.,^^67 32s 
Cromer .^............52 56N 

Cromer .M~.~~.~~56 57" 

Cromford ~~~~~~53 6n 

Crommelin ~.~~~54 S!)n 

Crammyon ~~~~~J7 56n 

Crompa, I«le ~~~ 7 I<^b 

Crompton 

Cromwell 

CronacI 

Cronay 

Crone 

Crone 

Cronne 

Cron-tadt 

Cruiistadt 

Cronware 

Crook~.~. 

Crook~.~.~.~ 

Croiik llnveii 

Crook BtnnU. 

Crook W 

Crook of Devon 



IU3 45B 
4 X)W 
34 55B 
1!) 55B 
.32 2»B 
30 SIB 
81 37B 
83 OW 

6 23W 

2 47W 

3 42W 
8 low 

7 3IW 
6 18W 

10 PW 

8 40W 
3 SOW 



.r,3 35N 
.5.1 UN 
.57 A3N 
41) 4.^ 

M 21 N 

.~.~JW 17" 

60 ON 
.15 40M 
,51 -ttiN 
54 2IN 
m 5N 
.~.15 

.~.55 
.16 



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19N 
18N 
UN 



40 

9 

37 

S8 

Ail 

89 

SO 

47 

9 

8 

10 

IS 

13 

13 

li 

7 

10 



19 MB 


33 


6 42B 


17 


8 32W 


15 


1 84B 


18 


6 27K 


«7 


4W 


18 


173 42B 


»7 


148 28B 


S6 


83 OW 4S.I 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
1 
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Crooked IiiU'~~~~.29 SUN 
Crooked 1. Phb- 

aage~~~~~.~~~.22 45N 
Crooked Iitle ~~~.'J2 4IIn 
Crooked Lake ~~~48 An 
Crooked Lake~~~42 30n 
Crookliaven ~~~~,JI 27n 
Crookston ..~.~.~. A 5 45N 
Crookaton Cii.~~~AA AON 
Crookatown ~~~~.a;) 2n 

Cropton~~~~~~~.54 17" 
Croquelardit~~~~.44 II" 

Croaby ~...., .54 .MtN 

Croaby..~.....~...... 54 I8N 

c>roftDy »**^***i»»*»*#o»jo 43rf 
Croaby Garret ~~~A4 29n 
Croaby, Gt. .~.....53 a8N 

Croaby, l.it.~~~~.A3 31N 
Croaby Ravena* 

WOnil mm^immmmm* <i « ^ x 04 «S_f< 



132 40B 

4 67w 

6w 

2W 

6W 

iw 

14W 

2W 

.T3W 

3«W 

I9R 

ftw 

27W 

6 12W 

23 I OB 

121 30R 

2 6w 

49W 

4 SOW 

6 42B 

17 56B 

16 2SB 

8 lUB 

8!) 45b 

25 31 B 

4 .38W 

2 5IW 

3 4W 
150 52B 

4 29W 
3 SOW 
3 8«W 

85 S5W 



74 SOW 

78 52W 

91 A.lw 

77 isw 

9 4SW 

9 SOW 

4 a2W 

6 47W 

8 41W 

SOW 

44B 
a MW 

1 2SW 
48W 
S7w 

IW 
8W 



41 

10 

8 

9 

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9 

9 

9 

10 

9 

7 

9 

7 

12 

34 

40 

7 

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9 

17 

84 

24 

85 

27 

83 

8 

7 

9 

56 

9 

10 

10 

48 

SO 
SO 
47 
47 
13 
10 
10 
13 
13 

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4 

8 
3 
3 



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Croaland 
Crota 

Croas ~.~~~~.~~~A3 83N 
Croaa Cannonby ~JS4 45N 
Croaa, Capj ...~...2I 408 
Croaa Fell .~~~~~A4 43N 
Croaa Keya .~.,...53 42n 
CroH, K. ~.~~~~.S0 UN 
Croaa Path ..~....... 1 8 IAN 

Croaa Sottnd ~,~~~58 Ion 

Croaa, The.~.~..~.17 S6N 

Croaa W. 

Croarabeg 

Croaaiikeel 

Croaaboyne 

Croaadony 

C^>aaen 

Croaaen 



Croa^iar. 
Crotagatea~~~, 
Croaaiiill 
Croitain 



AUN 
~.A2 22N 

•WPMWW«M^d3 44N 

.VI 41 N 

~~~~~A3 A7N 

..~~ 51 OK 

AS 4N 

84N 

.56 AN 

A ION 

58N 



9 

lA 
7 
9 
3 

14 
8 
7 
8 

78 
136 

77 

4 



41w 
OW 

26w 
low 
27w 

HB 
SOW 

5W 
38W 

«W 

OW 
I8w 
AOw 
6 SOW 

6 S7W 
8 A7W 

7 24W 
II A8B 
lA lOB 

A SOW 

3 a2W 

4 37W 
16 16B 



Crux, Sa. ,~.~~~~.42 35N 

Cnii,St8 40 2N 

Crystal Brook ~~~33 l.w 

Caalm ,.»..46 30N 

Cseffa 4«i .54N 

Caege .......47 41 n 



4 

7 
10 
7 
7 
7 

7 

7 
18 
12 

7 
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7 

12 
9 
AO 
4A-I 
80 
10 
13 

la 

19 
18 
84 
V4 

la 

10 

10 
84 



Caeactres ~~,~~~~46 43N 
Caongrad ~..~~~..46 43N 
Caoma KapuvBr~.47 37n 
Caoamond ~,~~~~~46 .^" 

Caueaa .. » .46 88n 

Ctealphon ~~~~~~33 8n 
Cuancabelica ~~~I2 AOs 
Cuamena ~....~.~.46 38N 
Cuba, laland of ~.SI SO" 
,42 87" 
14 118 
.10 AON 
.12 6" 
1 12N 
.12 ION 
>2 19" 
80" 



Cuba 
Cubacoa 
Cubagua Isle 
Cubbany R 
Cubelt 
Cubbk 
Cubbington 
Cubert 



Cubley ~.»~.....~.>82 S6n 

Cubnulxie ...~..54 SIN 

Cubrain Inn~.......57 65N 

Cubzao ...»..«,»... ..44 S7n 

Cncalo ~.~~~~~~3!) 44N 
Ctickflcid ~~~.~~Jil ON 
Cucknev ~~~~.~-J«« 1.1" 
Ciicdlo Mt. ~,~.~.44 18N 
Cucumpe ~~~~.~.3I 4n 
Cucuta ~.~..~.~.~ 7 4IN 
Cudaxxoni, M. ~..')!» 46n 
Cuddiil(>r e ~~~~~~l 1 4Iin 
Cuddapali ~~.~~-14 87n 



Cudileaputnum 

('uddri>e~.~. 

('udKCgon R 

Cudillen 

Cudrefln . 

Cudworth 

Cuellar 

CuctiQa 

t Cuen^a 

Cuenca .. 

Cuenien 




Cuemavaca ~.. 
Cueroo, Itiver 
Cucrs , 
Cuerva 
Cue VII, la 
Cuevua 



. 8 6N 

M 9n 

ai 2.58 

.43 35N 

S7N 

.53 35N 

I 27N 

,.40 .3N 

.~~~40 8n 

a .%78 

k-J 43N 
1!) ON 
,40 20N 
,43 I5N 

!) 4IN 
.28 248 
.40 IBN 
.40 20N 



..23 508 
38 4N 



Cuevas, laa ~. 
Cuevaa, la 
• Cufa. 

Cuglieri 

Cugnaaco ~.~~~~.46 I On 
CuTdreach~~~~.~.57 .34n 

Cuil ~ 86 16N 

Cuilcagh ~~. ~-V4 laN 

Cuilclmrron ~. M 31n 

Cuil Ho. ~~~ .56 43N 

Cuilu 42 .tN 



Cuinte 
Cuta 
Cuiuca 
Cuivre River 
Cul de Sac 

Culao 

CulbinSanda 
Culbone . 
Culcalm 
Culcheth 
Culdaff 




~20 128 
40 28N 
..20 88 
SB S8n 
16 ISN 
.58 ON 
k7S0N 
1.3N 
.&7 40N 
87N 
AS 18N 
.18 20N 
.10 4.5N 
,A7 .34N 
,~~SA 12N 
84 49N 
A2N 



Culebra Isle ~, 
Culebra, Port 

CulCilly 

Culfelglitrim 

Culnmt 

Culhom. 

Culiacan 84 A4N 

Culiacan, River ~,^4 SON 
Culile Port ~~~~,I8 l-.>N 

Cull ~.....^ ..», 58 18N 

Culla ~.~~~~~~~3U A'lN 

Cullahill 5i 48N 

Cullan -.~~.~.~....IH ."MN 

Cullar .«~~. ~,;i7 34n 

Culliirin~,~~~~~~.'U 458 
Culloville ~,~~.~~.A4 4N 



Cullen.........~..~~57 41 n 

Culteiibutten ~.......\1 208 

( ullera ~~~~... .19 tiN 

Cullin Lake .~~~~5i AHN 
Cullin.~~~~~,~,~..52 6N 

Cullooli~. t>5 IHN 

Cullotlin, 11 o. .57 .'ION 

Culloden Moor — 57 .'ION 

Cullu ~.~.~ — .-17 ON 

Cully ~~~~~~~.~.4ti 2ttN 
Cull>bHckey ~~.~.54 53n 
Cuilylianna ~.~~~S4 7" 



3 55W 
3 9W 
1.38 lOB 
21 7> 
21 4.3B 
21 7B 
16a7B 
SO 9B 

16 SOB 

17 39B 
82 4a B 
44 35B 
74 &3W 

6 87B 

78 SOW 

3 I6W 
60 48W 
64 15W 

76 40B 
I 48b 
6 OB 
1 89W 

8 7w 
1 46'w 

4 S3W 
4 SOW 
31w 
36w 

lOW 

1 9w 
10 SOB 

110 6w 
72 low 

9 39B 

79 48B 
78 SOB 

77 2SB 

78 12B 
149 32B 

6 1.3W 

7 IB 
1 86W 
4 16W 

8 12W 

1 59W 

79 15W 
8 40W 

99 4W 

2 26W 
6 AW 

4 I3W 
6t 46W 

fiB 

5 8W 
67 32W 
44 47B 

8S2B 
8 54B 

6 2'iW 
4 S5W 

7 46ir 

6 23W 
A low 

86 IB 
48 6W 
89 lOB 
66 18W 
{Ml 3lW 
61 sow 
A 13W 

3 40W 

3 .3»w 

4 low 
a 3IW 

7 low 
65 SOW 
8S43W 

3 low 
6 13w 

4 87W 
4 87W 

108 37w 
108 OW 
120 SOB 

6 20W 
6W 

7 2»W 

8 8IB 
2 4iW 

149 OB 
37W 
2 SIW 

150 SB 
1.5W 

9 8W 
9 8W 
4 33W 
4 5W 
4 5W 
6 ,30B 
44B 
fl 21 W 
6 34W 



Sa. <«~~-«~42 35N 
id Brook ,~.~^ M>» 
1 4«i 54I» 

Tad ,,..,.....^46 43if 
a Kapuvar.^7 37" 
lond <a«ii»» M »»»46 37" 

a >4fi Sfl" 

>hon ««>»»»»»««w T 3 8" 
»belica <~^I3 5<» 
lens «»<»«»««»««»46 38" 
, Iiland of ~;81 M>" 

:oa U lis 

pia lole .~^l() DON 
any R. <«m.>>~1 3 6" 
llai 41 12" 

Ington ,..>.... Ji 2 19" 

ly ....^......>.,»2 M" 

uIkI6 <*rfrf. <»*«^<*54 51" 
I in Inii«....,..J7 fiS" 

o «^»..«.«<.<»..33 44N 
Held 51 ON 

no 

lo 



y 

Mt* ««#* 
mpe ~.>~> 
ta .......^^ 

ixoni, M 
iildi 
npali 
eaputnum 

cgon R 
len MM« 
efin 



.VI 13" 
^44 18" 
.^1 4N 

7 41" 
3!) 46N 
II 4nN 
14 27N 

8 6N 
14 »N 
.3.> ^58 
.43 35N 
.46 fi7N 



3 55W 

3 9vr 

138 lOB 

21 ?■ 

21 431 

21 ?■ 

16 271 
20 9B 
J6fiW 

17 301 
a 421 
44 35B 

74 bsv 
6 27a 

78 30W 

3 16«r 
60 48nr 
64 ISW 

76 40B 
1 42B 
6 OB 
I SDnr 
« 7w 
1 46W 

4 33W 
4 3l)w 
3IW 
36W 

low 

1 OW 
10 fi4)K 

110 6W 

7i low 

9 39B 

79 48B 
78 50b 

77 25B 

78 12B 
149 3JB 

6 13W 

7 IB 

1 26W 
4 16W 

2 12W 

1 ft9w 
7» Iftw 

2 40W 
09 4W 

2 26W 
6 6w 

4 I3W 

64 46W 
6b 

5 8W 
67 32W 
44 47B 

8 32B 
8 &4B 

6 2-2W 

4 55W 

7 40w 

5 23W 
5 low 

26 IB 
42 6W 
29 lOB 
66 18W 
»o ;)lw 

61 sow 

5 13W 

3 40W 

3 39W 

4 1»W 
3 3IW 
7 low 

65 aiiw 

85 43W 

3 low 

6 13w 

4 «7W 
4 57W 

108 37w 
108 OW 
I2U 30b 

6 >iOW 
6W 

7 2S>W 
2 21B 
2 4iw 

149 OB 
6 37w 
2 5IW 

150 2B 

ira ,.«>..~,^^I9 ii" lAw 

II Lake ...~,~,5'l 58n 9 8w 

n.^^^^^^r,i 6" 9 8W 

toli^ ^^.53 IHN 4 33W 

Mli-n, Ho. S7 .•»" 4 5W 

>den Moor ,.~A' .'Min 4 5w 

^17 ON 6 30B 

Hi WN 6 44B 

ibackey ...^..~54 A3n 2IW 

flianna ^.,..^,M 7" 6 34w 



.^3 35N 

M~41 27N 

......,^0 3N 

■,,„^) 8N 

2 57« 

.^.^-1 4.1" 

I!) ON 

.40 20N 

.43 I5N 

t 4IN 

22 248 

40 18N 

40 20N 

.-2.1 50B 

32 4N 

.^0 I2N 

6 ION 

57 34N 

.JM 16N 

0»»^i0m0m0 — *>»i»*>4 I mtt 

liarron ^......M 3In 

Ho. ^,^..^M 43N 
^2 .IN 




OKO 

reach. 




)ra IMe .. 
I>ra. Port 

tiglitrim . 

mat ...~. 



.18 68n 

16 15" 

~„S8 !»" 

67 3UN 

I 1.1N 
.57 40N 

" 27N 

Mw#w»5A ItiN 
,18 SON 
.10 4.'»N 
,57 .34" 
...,.,55 12N 
.54 49N 



..M 52" 
ican ,..,„^,.^U 54" 
lean, River .,..24 20N 
e Port ,~.~~.18 IJN 
18" 
......38 MM 

ihill 5i 48" 

ir :i7 34N 

irin .............14 4SB 

iville 54 4N 

in ...... .,.^......57 41N 

inbiitteii .........13 208 



30 

30 

66 

23 

23 

23 

S3 

23 

83 

83 

83 

SO 

52 

17 

50 

30 

54 

50 

30 

29 

42 
8 
8 
7 

10 
9 

16 

29 
8 
7 

31 

49 

42 

32 

39 

30 

39 

30 

56 

30 

17 
7 

30 

29 

29 

58 
7 

49 

29 

16 

30 

63 

89 

30 

63 

36 

3J 
17 
9 
10 
12 
10 
10 
33 
54 
50 
53 
47 
50 
9 
9 
8 

7 
13 
60 
49 
9 
18 
10 
10 
40 
49 
40 
9 
89 
13 
15 
39 
56 
12 
9 
56 
89 
12 
13 
10 
9 
9 
58 
17 
12 
12 



Cunaiiia, River -~ 2 2H8 

Cunare R.... .», 0" 

Cunda < ' ' • 8 3" 

Oundgauw <....... „ I9 25N 

Cundguuw ..........19 40" 

Cuneo ~ ,44 23" 

Cuneia 66 19" 

Cuneva Mount .—* 4 40" 
Cunit x .»., n »,i,iw,w. w ,5i' 57" 
CunningliHm ~,.,~,4i 33" 
CunninghHUi Mt...33 108 
Cuntaiuana ^.^..^ 7 208 

Ciipur (Angus)„.~.56 33N 
Cupur (Fife)..,„,,..56 19" 
Cup-clii ^ ,22 »4N 

Curafiio Isle ..,.^,12 12" 
C'uratas „«.,.. 3:^8 



.~33 148 
w57 26" 



Curauiua 
Curdall „ 

Cure»,^„„.,. .,.,„~.42 11" 
Cures. 8:e Eiiv*. 

ofRouie .~„~~, 
Curia ,.............,,.,46 55N 

CuriaMuriu.U.ofU 0" 
Curias P r ..,.....,, „ ... l 4 3.1" 

Curicutore..~.~M~<~3'} 3n 

Curicta — .»>, ,45 5" 

CuriniattM..,„..,>,.„ 6 8s 
i urincu ......... . ... 7s 

Cunni, CI :(5 5Un 

Curipum~„..,~~.~.l!t 2>IN 
Cui'iiche Nelirung 55 I9N 
Curi«cheHaff,..,~.55 lUN 
Curium , — ,»,„.„... 3 4 4vn 
Curlew Pt. ,.,..„„.3.< 30S 
17 158 
lU 558 
53 44N 
.^m 32N 
2 0" 
51 4<)N 
. 2 338 



60 vm 

73S2W 
68 6B 
83 UB 
83 60B 
7 36B 
6 3W 

66 84W 
II 41B 
82 53W 

147 29B 

74 58W 

5w 

3 14W 

3 OW 

116 2B 

67 27W 
60 OW 
71 21w 
71 48W 

3 25W 
13 40B 



Cunneliaki 

Cumuli Uiver 

Curra Luke 

Curragliu 

Currai 

Currunc, Lougli 

CurnuTiiy llivvr 

1 Curniwn AcliiL„.53 5 N 

Currens 52 12" 

Current Itiver .,~~36 33" 
Currey .........«>...h V 4 1" 

Currie...... 55 54" 

Currie Furtkn ..,.~~58 14" 
Currituck Inlet .J» 30" 
Currituck ttound..J6 20" 

Currolln ......^JM 37" 

Curroflii Lake,~.~53 28" 

Currocliilly 35 848 

Curruckdeah ,.,.,_84 36" 
Curry, Mortli ....^X I" 
Cunloutli Ca. ,.,.^.,54 61" 

Curtil ^ 46 23" 

Curuat River ,~~. 5 33N 
Curubii,„.w..>„.~.36 35" 
Curugualy ..,.,.„. 2 4 3U8 
Curufuliy River ,.~80 48b 

Curupiiity ,..,~,27 128 

5 28 

.29 548 
•A 27s 

.25 4H8 
11 20N 

JX> bis 



Cunisuiua,. 

CuruMi 

Curutiba 

Curutiba River 

luruttoii,. 

Curwurry, 

Curwell ..» 

CuiaH.^ 

Cuiane 



63 
39 
39 
39 
31 
10 
63 
81 

47 
56 
63 
16 
10 

:o 

66 
63 
58 
51 
«3 
9 
50 



31 
60 
35 



82 
69 
64 
68 
38 
89 
84 
84 
60 
66 
54 
64 
12 
18 
(39) 
13 
63 
18 
13 
48 
18 
10 

9 
48 
48 
18 
12 
66 
30 

8 
10 
16 
68 
69 
64 
64 



...,3.' 5:i8 

— 31 30N 
....53 22N 

Cuiliendall ,......,,.55 5" 

Cudiendun Bay ^SA in 
Cualieville lun„„..,5« 38n 

Cutlinie„„~..„ 57 II" 

CutU 8T 85" 

CuMapal>a.»~,~.~.A) 148 

Cuiiiet..... .. 46 8" 

Cutty ,.,~~,~„.~.~.47 87 N 
Cuairin ,.».,.,.„.,..62 :<7" 
Ciitaoo River ,.,....14 288 

t Cutch ......23 ION 

Cuich, Oulf ur~,~,2i 45N 
t Cutch-GuiiduvH 29 OM 

Cutch Tuba. ,31 On 

Cutch, Runii of ~,23 :>5n 
Cutcliubary ~„„~,2I 42N 
Ciituriii»„,,,».....,..l 1 668 
Cutlibcrt»hope..~~J(5 27n 
Cutliell ...~.,.....„,..56 48N 
futigliana,., ..44 6n 



CutMuuona K. 



•V 23N 
3 40N 
Cuvierl. ...,.„~~..36 26s 

Cuvier, Cupe ...,,,23 fifis 
Cuvilly .„„...........4» 3:iN 

C'uviu ...M..~.,...~,„4.'V 54N 
Cuxac.~~~„..,„„„4:< 23N 
Cuximven .,.,,.,~.,,.5:i 5;n 



30B 
67 OB 
33 OB 
14 12B 
14 35B 

44 15W 

62 Kiw 
14 29B 
83 4UB 

20 47b 

21 OB 
S3 4B 

137 46B 

45 6W 
61 50W 

9 36W 
6 26w 

87 35B 

10 7w 

74 OW 

48W 

9 33W 
90 24W 

8 42W 

3 I9W 

4 SOW 
76 48W 
76 53W 

8 50W 

8 5IW 

150 5B 

86 lOB 

2 68W 
4 I9W 
433B 

63 3W 

10 63B 
65 48W 
63 22W 
58 38W 53,54 
71 I7W 6S 
58 15W 
60 6W 
52 12W 

67 24B 
149 40B 
149 57B 

8 low 

8 46W 

6 5W 

6 '..'w 

4 OW 

8 60W 
30 SOB 
63 30W 

3 27B 

4 8B 
14 36B 
16 40B 
(10 50b 
70 UB 

68 SOB 
67 30B 
70 OB 
90 lOB 
62 50W 

8 20W 
3 37W 

10 44B 
I6 56B 

2 37w 

88 5B 

175 4IB 

113 18B 

8 42B 

R 45B 

8 i8B 

8 42B 

56 6W 



llablae.,~~~.~.,~,w ')"« 

Dabolanai Pr 26 898 

Dabrayd . 5 6 51" 



63 
64 
64 

39 
66 
56 
68 
13 
18 
18 
10 
9 
59 
64 
16 
16 
84 
42 

a> 

30 
30 
38 

:<9 

(30) 
54 
10 
9 
31 
33 

39 
67 
41 
16 
31 
16 
81 
64 



Daburieh 33 42" 

Dacc«~ '83 50" 

Dachanabade*..~.~16 0" 
Uachen .....>.,«.. ..,48 13" 

X Dada .......i ,46 25" 

I Dacia Auri'Uani 4.1 10" 
Dacibynt «..~..,..«..40 60N 
Datrea Cantle ,..,.^66 0" 



Dadarah 

Dadi 

Dadiseel 

Dadraltcliik 

Dadn;e 

Dadur ».,, „„ . 

Dadur 



!6 68" 

41" 

,,.^50 50" 

3 8" 

38 33" 

29 29" 



Daegliabad 
Daelen ..^^ 
DaerW. ^ 
Uafar, 
Dagel 



.20 0" 
35 18" 
i,.,,.,60 44" 
..,,..55 31" 
,17 0" 
.89 .13" 



Dagenliam .........ftl 32" 

Dagerhort .........,.JW 64" 

t OaglienlMn _,.,~4l 3U" 
Daglingwortli ......Jll 44" 

DagmcrMllen ^..—Al 13" 
Oagnilar Mt. ,..^33 108 

Dagnto 41 68" 

Dago lale ~~.,~...,68 52n 
Dagon ,.„„,„.~,-„19 tMtt 

DaTiab 28 29" 

Ualiab, Dicbel • i~,2!» 38N 

LDahae 30 SON 
ahal 5S 7" 



UalianiHiu«.,„.~,~.35 42" 

l>aliarieli 30 50" 

Dalibnn ,„. ~.18 15" 

lialileii ~~.~. 61 8N 

Dahmrou 28 &<" 

Dalirieli 30 5." 

Daiawane Lake ..J>4 8" 

Daich 42 58n 

Daily „. 55 i:>" 

Daily, yiW.>......,55 16" 



Uainktn R 
Dair MouM 
Dairsie 
Daiaaii R. 
DaixFL 
Digel 



.„3I IJS 
:u IM 
56 30N 
..37 4N 
.51 20N 



M 17" 
27 55N 
III I7N 



DakariC. 

Dakdak 

Dakdsai L. 

Unkuk or Tauk ...,35 ION 

Uakuk .....^ 35 I2N 

Dal ,.„>~....„~„>.„56 68N 
Dal, River «„,.,»...<» 40" 
Ualacliy «..,.„„,.,A7 a*" 
Oalana .^..,,.^.....33 4" 
Dalangal ,»„„„...58 UN 
Ualarie ,..„„..,.....56 51 N 

55 24N 

56 lliN 

57 IN 
56 l.-iN 

54 55N 

55 2!(N 
8 5N 



Dalavaddy 

Dalavicli 

Ualawnicfa 

DalbeaUi 

Dalbeaty 

Dalblau 

Dalbrcak 

Ualbuie 

Dalburgh 

Dalby 

Dalby Puint 

Ualourlinch 

Dalchork 

I>ttlchruai 

Ualcouary 

DaMen 

Dalduff Ci 

Dale 

Dale 

Dale, F 

Dale R. 

Ualee 

Duien 

Ditlvn 

DalMly 

Dallori 

Ualgarvou. 

Dalgeli 

Dalcety „..86 3n 

pHlgrogan ft? |;in 

Dulliuiilooli ~~....J)7 64N 

Dullielia ,........,.>,.5a 2<iN 

Dalliouile, t;iipe..~70 IAN 
D.illioutie (New 
Bruiiiwii-k} ,.,....48 4n 

Dalini ,.,......,.,.>...36 44N 

Dalindrien 
Dalintober 
I luljarnick 
Dulkuith 





tJU torn 

33 8SB 

8 J7W 
35 23B 
go 28B 
76 OK 
II 24B 
85 40B 

88 30B 

89 24B 

61 50W 

68 8B 
82 32B 

3 6B 
87 4B 
76 SIB 
6f7 47B 
67 45B 

69 16b 

6 4IB 
330W 

64 OB 

70 16B 
9B 

28 8B 
47 30b 

8 Iw 

7 SOB 
146 OB 

19 42B 
32 85B 
99 17B 

34 85B 
34 58B 
60 3UB 

3 42W 
7 27»r 

30 46B 

42 35B 

6 lOB 

3D51B 

30 46B 
86W 

80 83B 

4 45W 

4 4ifW 
67 I5W 
3ti 44B 

2 66W 
38 47B 

62 8OB 
70 lOB 

31 30B 
31 36B 
8H55B 
44 V5B 
44 25B 

57B 
17 29B 

3 IW 
67 ^>3a 

354 
3 45W 

6 45W 

5 I7W 
3 35W 
3 9W 

3 6IW 

4 llw 
4 7w 

9 5CW 

7 83W 
12 67B 

4 45W 

3 53W 

4 86W 
4 4W 
4 48W 

18 58B 
4 39W 

4 58W 

3 S7W 
86 52W 

116 45B 
77 25B 

5 53B 

6 46B 

4 8W 
16 2&B 

4 43W 
30 46B 

3 80W 

4 48W 
6 3W 

3 3tlW 
I3U OW 

66 3(iw 
8 6IW 
h l.iw 
6 4IW 

4 4!tw 
3 4W 



44.1 

9 
37 
39 
68 
83 
68 
69 
60 
46-1 
38 
34 
10 
33 
39 
38 
39 
38 
19 
10 
85 
38 

8 
87 
38 

8 
17 
66 
33 
87 
40 
43 
43 
68 

9 
44 
43 
35 
31 
43 
60 
13 
33 
10 
10 
63 
36 
10 
36 
68 
30 
J4 
43 
30 
36 
38 
85 
86 

9 
38 





10 

10 

9 

10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

36 

7 

» 
9 

10 
9 

81 

10 
9 


48 

67 

31* 

86 

18 
» 

86 

10 

43 

10 
D 
9 
9 

46-1 

46 

89 

10 
10 
10 



Duiiibuuluu .,.~..„ 7 'i^" 
Daiiicliok ,.„^^,JM 44N 
Daiuer Pnlo. ^ee 

bingnpore , 

Dame Alario..~~„„18 35R 
Daniet<..«~,,.........45 4" 

Damft'Lake,.~,~~.57 SON 
Duuiglian .„„.„.,.., 36 7" 
Dauilieud lun ,..^56 ItiN 
i Dau>ietta.,„.»..,.3l IOn 

Daniletta.. ,...,.,31 24N 

Damm ,.~.,~.~„„..,53 25n 
Damui Lake«..,...w,53 32N 
Damuiartin .....^,.,49 3" 
Damme .,,,..,.,..,«..51 15" 
I^imnie .»»~,~~~~52 32" 
Dammun.~~~~~~~54 33n 
Dammuodali Rivur;:3 IOn 
Dainpliail Ca8.,.,.„62 3J" 
Dampier*« 

Archipelago 20 308 

Dampier'»<iroup- 3 308 
Danipiur'e mruit„. 508 
Dampier's Sirttit... 6 128 
Uaui»durf......~~.~Ji4 4n 

Damaig ~„,,,.,...,.,57 16" 
Damur, yahr d. 33 4In 
Damutiiquiiii River 3 36n 

Damville ..... ..48 53n 

Dan Lougli ,,...„.~53 4n 

Dana 28 42n 

Dana 

Danagluuore 
Danaster, or 

Tyriu Fl. 
Danaikencotla~.~.ll 2^n 
Danahra.......... — 37 5In 

Danati 23 .'Mn 

Danaw .„„,.,.......g2 80" 

Danbury ............. 5 1 4:i" 

Danbury «......,~.J6 18" 

Dandari ...„ 42 50n 

Dande „„..,........ 20N 

Uande 

Dandridge 

Dandyana 

Danenbeig 

Danenfort 

Daiievale Pk 

Dangiinituwi 

Dang 

Dang L.. 

Dangall 

Dangaur 

Diuige.,^ 

Danger Point .^..34 428 

Danger V 

Dangerous 

Archipehigo. 
Daiigo Pi. Ste 

Singapore-.... 
DangufTio.w.~. 
Dangye 



55 57N 
52 SJN 

58 ON 




VJ :;5K 



74 25W 

aaw 

5 34W 
54 38B 

3 20W 

31 SOB 

31 50B 

14 42B 

14 40B 

3 45B 

3 17B 

8 llB 

17 tSB 

88 36B 

3 39W 

116 45B 
143 40B 
131 lOB 
148 15B 
10 20B 

10 14B 
35 2tiB 
68 15W 

1 4E 

6 SOW 
83 5B 

5 4(iw 

6 i2w 

29 Ox 

76 49B 

39 4IB 

121 SOB 

120 308 

34B 

79 5aw 

41 lOB 

43 SOB 
13 48B 
83 3IW 

44 lOB 

11 2B 

7 12W 

4 OW 
7 Ow 

50 I7B 
88 OB 
73 45B 
82 54B 
35B 
19 2UB 
63 S8B 



Sil 

39 
60 
16 
10 
38 
10 
43 
43 
24 
24 
15 
19 
21 
24 
39 
9 

41 
41 
41 
41 
25 
25 
37 
52 
15 
13 
39 
10 
13 

58 
39 
36 
65 
40 
8 
48 
SO 
43 
42 
48 
50 
2f 
13 
IV 
13 
38 
39 
32 
3» 
15 

44.1 
SS 



,16 OS 147 OW 1 



^•Hi 21" 

— 51 40N 

Danli»lqui..~~..~.3i! (is 

Daniel I :«< 15n 

Daniel, Purt,~.,„..,.48 U" 
Danlellen >., 54 ).n 



Danicni 

Danilen 

Danilov 

Danilovka.. 

Dankov 

Dannaoe ~.~... 

Danneiiutrie ~.. 

Dauni'iiioine^.. 

Dannou 

Danskiii 

Dante. 

Dunlsic 

Duntaic, Oulf of..„.Vl 5<>n 

1 Danube...-. -47 •>•''>" 

Danube River 45 V*\s 

i Danube, Lowir 48 40n 
4 Danube, Up|H.'r 48 .' n 
Danubius Fl. .......lU On 

Ditvtite 40 8N 

Danvtll«.,.>..~,.....42 36n 




14 34N 
.,~t7 2IN 

.'.« I2N 
60 ::IN 
iS 17" 

iil> tIN 

.^.47 37" 
.,~47 5-1 N 
.-I9 59N 
52 6;.N 
13 ».N 
54 >'IN 



Jan 27N 



Danville «..~,. 

Danville ...'tj 'JOn 

Daouiknagur..,...,..,26 7" 
t DaoudpuUu «»..„8U ON 
Daoudioli ,.,,.„,.y,,'.:8 8N 
Daoulos 
Dapa 



Daphin 
Dapiinae. 
Daphne,. 
Dar 81 Beidiu 
IDarFur — 
Dam. 
l)unt,«^.> 
DaraUI. 



...........48 30N 

34 UN 

.30 I8N 
.30 :^IN 
Jf6 7" 
.ai 27" 
.14 ON 
— 87 3.'N 

.37 UN 

28 3N 



71 26B 

5:iK 

70 57W 

UT) OK 

65 2W 

22 2:b 

26 14B 
7 58B 

40 i:iB 

44 OE 
39 6B 
12 35B 

7 7B 

3 58B 

72 46B 

2 40W 

45 38B 

18 388 

19 1:^8 

8 20B 

29 42B 

12 56X 
10 S3B 

13 OX 

87 55W 
77 61W 
79 4«IW 
84 43W 
84 25B 
72 OB 

30 498 
4 22W 

41 50B 

88 I3W 
32 78 
36 5B 

7 4«W 
87 OB 
2:1 22B 
40 42B 
32 S8B 



39 
39 
b 
53 
55 
46 
24 
WA 
17 
27 
28 
28 
26 
15 
15 
39 
10 
35 
24 
24 
22 
28 
22 
22 
58 
47 
47 
48 
48 
.'M 
39 
43 
15 
36 
48 
50 
50 
44 
48 
34 
36 
U 



-44 «)N 
JM) SI If 



Dartford..,. 

i Dartmoor 

Forest.^ 

Dartmouth . 

Dartmouth.. 

Dnrtuch, C*}^,.,,.^ A6n 

Danim..^,^, M 23n 

Daruvar,.,..,......,.^5 37N 

Darvel~....~.»..~.ft5 36n 

Darwen ~<....~»..~^'i 4 1 if 

Darwin Mt ,.,,.,.,M 238 
Darzoung .............99 54N 

* D«8haran........~36 41 N 

Daslia8helier~...,....a6 53N 

Dashour..» 89 46!f 

Dashur ...... gt 46n 

Dnsrauni, Prae8ai.43 37if 

* I)aua 34 UN 

Dasseii Isle ...^.....33 3M 
Dasslcs, F. .~........3I 40a 

Dassuw > 53 A4N 

Diuwung ........„.„■. 49 6n 

Datotsburg.. 
Datou Poin 
Dattou Isle_ 
Dauberey Mt 
Dauch 



.^1 ii6N llB 8 




Daud Seedy .^.„..as 57if 
Daudc, tSeedy ..,.^36 47ir 

Dttule........ ..» I &3S 

Oaulia 58 V8N 

Daumeh~>,.....,......J2 9n 

t Daupliiny 
Duiirikar 
* Dau«ar. 
Dau8ani~,. 






Dauas, Isle 

Da vs ........... 

Davenham 
Da veil try .-,„ 
Davercondah 
DaverdisNe 



,15 A3N 
..^35 55N 
— 25 ION 
— 5 88N 
57 27N 



>2 16N 
.16 46N 
..50 In 



Davey, Port ...^.43 406 

Diividuchol .,.56 46N 

Davidov. 60 54N 

Davidsonville ...,_36 'i6N 
Davidstow........^JO 40N 

"a"'— I y &5N 

Daviot...~... 



67 a4N 

.. 2 S5N 



Daviot 

Davipc 

Dam' Inlet Kt 60n 

Daviion's I«le ^....13 On 
Davy's Sound .....78 ON 
Davii' Strait ~>-..66 on 
Davyputnuia 
Dawah 



Dawleepoora. 
Dawlev . 
Dawliah 



17 16N 

ia 6UN 

!4 ON 
>3 40N 



Dnwrus Head 54 SON 

Pax. A3 43N 

Dayara, M. -- , ^-j 3N 

Dayletford AX !aii 

Dayma River 31 i»» 

Haymial 39 2N 

Dayton 39 43n 

He But 52 7N 

De Brack .^...Sll .Wn 

De ChaU. Lake..^ 3UM 
De Freyclnet 
Ilarbour .........96 30s 

De Haag ^., 61 33N 

De Ham 52 15n 

De H»i.u f^T 3w 

De Hond, or 

Weecem Scbeldt61 S6M 
De Hunie M 20N 

DeKruiBSchani...51 16m 
De Kuinder, Rir«r5a 48N 
De Maaren.._...,..&3 5n 

I>e Meden .... 53 a6N 

De Pampel ........JiS 7N 

De Pol 53 us 

tDeWitu'Land iO 0« 
Dead GulL.......w44 35m 

Dead River . ....45 I6n 

Dead, River. 



30M 
.51 ISM 



.._60 S4M 



. 6« 38N 

Dead Sea, or Bafar 

Lfit 31 

Deakovar 

Deal 

Deal ........ 

Dealt voe 

Dean 

DeanCli 

Dean, B. ..........^.V) 46m 

Dean, W. ........^^JW 38n 

Deanfleld .....46 7m 

Dearborn Fort...«..43 Mt 
Dean, B. ...........56 63M 

Deaifaam .....54 43n 

Dean B.\ntt.,,......Si 30m 



3 saw 

63 3RW 
S33W 

4 3B 
8 401 

17 19M 

4 17W 

5 3UW 
146 40a 

96 33M 
3)t 61 
31 16B 
31 17B 
31 13B 
21 S6B 
41 60B 

18 SB 
24 48M 
11 81 
11 381 
75 6wr 

110 36a 

109 41 

143 201 

2 &5ir 

10 641 

4 49* 
79 55ir 
83 43B 
35 301 

6 601 
S3 60B 
38 ¥m 
38 30b 
63 6B 
95 24B 

5 43W 
8 3imr 
I 9w 

79 6B 

A 3B 

146 16B 

6 28W 
87 37B 
90 40W 

4 37W 
77 34nr 

4 ew 

8 2BW 
67 56w 



8 
46 

8 
89 
SS 
43 
10 

7 
66 
66 
36 
36 
43 
60 
69 
36 
44.1 
44-1 
21 
88 
47 
40 
40 
66 

9 
44 
44 
68 
34 
37 
U 
36 
36 



40 

9 

7 

8 

39 

19 

41 

9 

87 

48 

8 

48 

9 

9 

62 



60 80W 461 



168 40B 

23 aovr 

58 Ow 
81 44B 

83 6SB 
81 OB 

3 87W 

3 27wr 
8 36ir 
1 2w 

4 60W 
1 38«r 

68 Ow 
3 28W 

84 VW 
6 lOB 

5 46B 
76 3unr 



I 
46 
45.1 
39 
30 
30 

8 

8 
12 
16 
44 

8 
64 
30 
47 
18 
18 
46 



114 lOB 41 

4 44B 18 

6 21B 18 

6 18B 18 



4 OB 

6 19B 

4 17b 

4 46B 

6 83B 

6 46B 

6 SOB 

6 8B 

188 OB 

61 40B 

60 63w 

8 S6W 

35 33B 
18 37B 
1 33B 
1 liwr 
1 12W 
3 86wr 
3 WW 

I3B 
8 68W 

68 96W 

87 3«ir 

3 63W 

3 27W 

1 13tr 



18 
18 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
41 
35 
47 
13 

37 

83 

8 

10 

9 

7 

8 

8 

10 

46 

47 

9 

7 

7 



Deer Sound .........58 88N 

Deeraeld --,,,,...41 6n 
DearhurM — ...^61 !»h 
DewneM River .Jb% 69n 
n— wuiiiu. 5a (),f 

DeM ...47 8N 

P»M>~ 24 18N 

.30 34M 

83N 

18 6N 

41 15N 

18 6N 

6N 

64 17m 

IN 

18 33N 



Ueata.... 
Oaews. 




De^noeFort 
Deflbrd 
Defana.. 
Degerfoia .. 
Deghirman 

I>egloor...M 

^^^80 ....W W ■»... I ..... 4 4 *M\H 

Pggon 38 ION 

Dan Douna .........36 35m 

Deh I. UMjee 31 17n 

Deh Imaun 36 6n 

Deh Keir .,29 30m 

Deh Koondee ......38 68n 

Deh Minar .........88 86N 

Deh Sehriur ........38 2M 

Deh Shaheh ..31 32m 



Deh Zungee,.......34 4;n 

Ilnh<inr.t«.h-. , , y4 45^ 

Dehgang..............a3 16n 

Delil Non ,.,..,.....38 6M 

IWIilan 31 25if 

Dehnemuk 36 17m 

Dehook ~ 38 65N 

Delira ................. 30 I6n 

DeMaa- ...30 48n 



.36 34N 
.49 83tir 



Daikota ......... 

Deinhof 

Deir Aboulaneb ....87 61m 
Dair AmgMaur ....V7 18N 
Dair Antonioa.......38 63m 

Dtir el A'daa.. .33 I2m 

« Deir el AkuL....J3 &Im 
Deir-el-Kauir .......13 43m 

Deir Boloa 28 44M 

Deir Meniund ......89 82m 

Deir Saferan 37 36m 

Deir Statkw .......> y6 66m 

Deir, W. .............88 67N 

Deirode... .61 87n 

Deirout 31 13n 

Dejberlund ........66 66N 

Ddrd W44N 

Dekar ....31 30n 

....37 43N 
...4 6»N 
..J13 I3N 

K Delaware J9 On 
elaware Bay .,..^3!) o.t 
Delaware River .^36 15n 

Delay tin,, 48 3IN 

Delboojer .....„.,.67 8n 

Uclden ..,,.,......,53 ISN 

DaldenNroek.....,..Ji8 18N 



Dekerxen 

Del Rey, River 

Debimere 



OttlamaraC. 

Dalen, lake 

Delendeh 



Ja& 48N 



61 ftON 
.38 27M 
Delfln, Pta. ^.....Ai Oa 
Delflno, Cattel.......44 33n 

Delgada, Point ..,..39 45N 
Delgada, Point .....19 63m 
Delgada, Point ....^3 60a 

Delgada, Pta. 31 48n 

Delgado, Cape........lO SOa 

Delganjr....,,...,...Jta 8n 

Delgatjr 57 33n 

% Delia .^.,....,....29 ON 

I)elhi 28 36N 

6IN 



Delble, Cape. 
DelilMli 



Delhi Babn 

Delhi (New Yurk)42 I8N 

Deli 3 38N 

Deli Kauitcliik, 

DellktHsli ,..^....^6 83N 

Delinuiar , .TO 43N 

Delin?.,...,.......... 3 35N 

40N 
1 30M 
Deliverance, Cape II 808 

Dell,.,. .....68 SON 

Dellii, or Tedel.....3G 48N 

DelikUtaih 30 On 

Dellinore..,.........J8 I8n 

Delmanoch 54 AOn 

Delininium ., 43 48m 

DelagoaUay ......36 108 

Dclof ..~...... 37 83N 

DJoe, Great..........37 33n 

Deloil. 

Delphi 
Delphi..^. 
Delphi M. 
Delipeiv 



lui un 

8 48W 

81 I7W 

8 low 

8 43Hr 
6 57w 

83 47B 

72 I8B 
68 6ea 
11 40a 

73 4B 

84 23w 

9 7w 
6 47W 

19 47b 
96 36b 

77 36B 

8 30B 

78 44B 
68 60a 

63 47a 
67 37a 

64 89B 

66 mm 

63 2la 

66 45B 

65 SOB 

67 la 
36 7a 
38 66a 
78 63B 

68 lOa 
61 ft8B 

63 68B 
68 12B 
78 3a 
6U 62B 
71 181 
11 36a 

30 4&B 
S3 OB 
38 15b 

36 9a 
46 OB 

85 36B 
38 30b 

31 19a 
40 36a 
33 64a 

32 15a 

9 60B 

80 36B 
8 30B 

64 32B 

81 8IB 
64 67b 

8 56B 
8 49W 
75 SOW 
75 80W 
81 61W 
A 4.-iB 

5 15W 

6 43B 

6 S9B 
14 35a 
16 45B 

37 43B 
64 SOW 

7 6B 
4 8IB 

133 35W 
96 84W 
63 3fw 
16 6UW 
40 40B 
« 7W 

3 aow 

77 I4B 
77 ISa 
48 J5B 
74 68W 
98 60a 



9 
47 
8 
9 
9 
83 
39 
38 
84 
39 
47 
8 
30 
26 
33 
39 
31 
39 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
39 
30 
43 
39 
38 
38 
38 
38 



39 
83 
43 
43 
43 
37 
86 
37 
43 
43 
36 
43 
43 
21 
43 
26 
38 
39 
36 
42 

7 
47 
47 
48 
23 

9 
18 
18 
32 
86 
36 
61 
31 
18 
4!l 
49 
63 
43 
43 
13 
9 
30 




38 4SN 
..47 SIM 



27 8.^B 33 
3) 33a 36,60 
6.1 SB 38 
63 36W 

144 OB 
18 85B 

154 468 
6 34W 

3 54B 
37 6B 

6 49W 

4 67W 
17 18B 
S3 4SB 
86 17B 
M I5N 
35 18a 
83 99B 
86 37W 
83 47a 

7 Sla 



54 

36 
84 
41 
10 
44 
36 
9 
10 
69 
44 
34 
34 
69 
34 
47 
34 
17 



went de Morcle M.46 12n 

PenlOo , 46 SIM 

^nton ,....,. 52 63m 

Denton 53 66n 

Denton «, .■.,..38 SOm 

Denton 61 UN 

j^enver ...... i,...«^.m.6 8 37m 

Densig ,63 16m 

Deobun ....,29 40M 

I^eoghur .............36 S4N 

Ueogong 86 6m 

*'eoree ..81 4N 

DeorumCumu M. 9 66m 

Depaa, Kr-.. 31 438 

j*epen ,....,, 62 11m 

Deporit, Fort ........34 S3N 

Depot of Sturt 34 368 

Debtford » 51 28n 

^er ............. . .. , 3 5 17M 

DerTeen ' " 

• Dera..,. 

DeraDMn 

Dera Ghasee 

Dera Iimael Khan 31 58n 
Denigu, or 8. 

Jean Climax .^..89 24N 
Derabia Urd, or 

KaruSu «,«....J9 On 

Derak Kol 87 iSN 

Derar, Iila ......,...,„23 4m 

Derbe 37 SON 

Derbend.....„.,....:<8 48n 



>.^.»A\ 49n 

15N 



.30 35M 



Derbent ............38 46m 

^^rby ............... ... 4 4 63N 

*.^rDy ■.„.......,..... , 53 56N 

Derbviliire ..........53 ON 

Dereham, EMit....J(2 48N 

Deregtia.„...,..,.,.37 I3M 
Dereveiagh, 
Lough ...........53 39m 

DorevnU ......67 85M 

Derg Lough 
Derg Lough 




Deriha, Lake 

Deriai 

Deri* 

Dema 

Deinie 

Derpt 

Derr 



30 65M 
.33 40N 



.,43 63N 

19M 

35N 

Dorra Shiun......,..38 51m 



Derriapoor .........37 38n 

Derrinane ....^.....,51 45n 

Derro .,,........,.,23 4Un 

Derry Connon ^..^.M UN 
Derry, Lake........,43 5!)n 

Derry, River .......52 40n 

l>errybane,«....„.53 58N 

Derrybrian ...,. 53 8n 

Derrybrian..,.......53 4M 

Derrycorrib .>,,..J>4 12m 
Derrygunelly ..^...54 35n 
Derrylorun ..........54 38n 

Denyicollop,...~.. 54 36n 

Dertona ............44 6Sn 

Deru Deen Punali 30 35n 

Derval ...., .......47 4UN 

Dervendista .~.,.~40 4N 
DerviUl.........„.,Jl 45N 

l>ervock.......,~...Jt5 7n 

Derwen ,.,...,..., .."iS 3N 



,.~54 41N 
.63 35N 



Derwent K. 
Derwent R. 
Derwent, River ,Ji3 45N 
Derwent R. ........48 538 

Derwent Water ..64 34N 
Det-aow ,.......,.....J3 3n 

Det Moinei River 41 48n 
Let Sablet. Lake~.46 lUN 
Detaguadero 

Mendum .......33 858 

Detaguaduro, 

River ..............17 08 

Dotborough A3 2r>N 

DeacHbeiiido Peak 3J 378 
Detcunocida, 

Point.,. ...30 60N 

Detcalia I. 37 29N 

Deieada, Cape 33 17n 

Deaenibqguo~.~..~l9 Sla 
Detert, Great Suit. 

of Khorattan .^ 3M 
Detertmartin ....^54 47n 

Detertoghill........,54 6«N 

I wtiord ...... ...^ , ......63 37N 

Desidentda, or 

DeslderuU, Itle 16 18n 

Detio 46 35N 

Oetire Port ........47 408 

Detire River Port 47 46s 
Detkford .^.,.....^7 37n 

Detna River«...,.,50 32n 



7 6b 
31 19B 

43W 

1 47w 

76 47W 
1 10a 
34B 

16 48a 

77 43a 
73 65a 
76 82B 
80 16a 
13 OW 

29 oa 
038a 

86 33W 
144 18B 
Sw 

30 66a 
6 47a 

43 13a 
70 61a 



17 

83 

7 

7 

47 

8 

8 

II 

89 

39 

39 

19 

68 

44 

8 

48 

66 

8 

38 

18 

36 



70 ?lOm 39 
70 48B 38,39 

38 son 43 



47 36n 
30 28B 
33 4la 
33 60a 
67 44a 

48 SOB 
89 19B 
78 4W 

1 '^w 
1 36W 

55a 

69 9a 

7 19w 
147 6B 

7 53tT 

8 18W 
10 iw 
67 34a 
28 63B 
33 oa 
16 118 
86 40B 

32 25B 
45 45a 
78 loa 
10 8w 

33 15R 
8 llw 

71 SOW 

6 41W 

7 32W 

8 3CW 

8 35W 

9 63W 

7 4HW 
6 47W 
6 3ttw 

80 20a 

8 50B 
70 58B 

1 40W 

81 37B 
31 'iSa 

6 39W 
3 28W 
3 SOW 

1 47W 
066W 

147 84b 

3 9W 

14 63B 

93 I8W 

76 44W 



36 

36 

43 

69 

38 

88 

36 

47 

7 

7 

8 

38 

12 
35 
18 
13 
13 
38 
69 
42 
S3 
87 
43 
88 
39 
13 
43 
13 
47 

la 

13 
13 
13 
IS 
12 
13 
13 
83 
68 

39 
16 

33 

34 

18 
7 
7 
7 
7 

67 
7 

84 

47 

46 



6tt60w 53 

69 40W 63 
49w 8 

70 OW 63 



90 88W 


49 


S3 63B 


34 


18 lua 


44 


48 SOW 


64 


55 Oa 


:i8 


6 40W 


12 


6 40W 


13 


1 16W 


8 


61 6w 


60 


9 9B 


31 


66 OW 


61 


66 SOW 


61 


8 5IW 


9 


.11) .'Mia 


2« 



weysuru. ,25 li7N 

Ueana.,,., ....46 30n 

Dhagri R ,...30 Sn 

phakur ,i.......30 son 

Dhana ~.,.,.. so 46n 

Dhar ~. 83 36N 



Dliarmtaleh ~..,.29 48n 

Dharoor 18 49n 

Dhorwar .............18 S6N 

DhatowHe.. ....27 6^n 

Dhawalagiri Mt....28 65n 

Dhenkanaulgur ....80 35n 

pherbieres ........44 37n 

Dhergaom............21 50n 

* Dhoba «..«....,...8e 35N 

Dhobhang .,....■>,. 27 18N 

Dhoda 33 S4N 

Dholka — -n-ij. ■■ ..gS 44M 
Dholpoor ...........26 40n 

Dhonah -rrj^uj.jjjj.gg IIN 
Dhonbrana ..........38 15n 

Linoor . ............ 14 4Sn 

Dhoraiee ^.,,.,.,^31 26n 
Dim, Lake .........53 49n 

Dh!i Loch ....,....,..., 58 14N 

Dhu Lough ..,..,...52 48N 

nhlinipl-,rn„ ,j,,..j .TO On 

Dhuniteiry .........80 34n 

Dunciii ...............88 17m 



Dbunda R^Je 
pooree ...... 

Dnurrumpoor. 
Dhuy. 



*im**m0mm00*i0l9 loN 

.20 3i)M 

Dhyneveylee ..,.^.19 ON 
uia ..<,..i,..y......,35 S8N 

l^labeg #..,....,#..... 57 34n 

Diablereta ..,,,.....46 18N 

Diadin ...............39 S4N 

Oiakopta «.„,....38 6m 

Dianiant...,...,....l4 S6N 

Dianuuite, Ft...,.wl4 38m 
Diamante, New 

coune of the ...^34 308 
Diamond ,....,«,,39 41n 

Diamond Point .„ 6 ISn 

DIapIo ...,...., 3!) 46N 

Diarbekir .....,..,.37 AGn 

Diatkovo ,...,. 



.M 3n 

DUyalah R. 34 On 

Dibar ....... .^.,31 51 n 

Dibble, Lake .......14 3i)n 

Dibbie L. ..,.,,..,,15 5i>n 
Dibbin ..........,.,.,33 IUn 

Olbden .,......,..«...50 53n 

Dibeja .,.,.~...~..,..X)(i IN 

Dibon.. .,.,..31 3tN 

Oibong R. ...., 28 SON 

Dibra, Inferior.,..»,.41 32N 
Dibra, Superior ....41 25n 

Dicoea ............41 5n 

Dick, Great ,,,..54 3N 
Dick, Little .w~.,..?4 3n 
Dickebutli.....,,......50 4UN 

Dickintonville 36 42n 

Dickirch .„....,„4» 52N 

Dickleborough 

Dicomiwo 

Dictr M. 

DIdbrtok 



^ww^ootf^wio^*^ 



Oidewdghi 

Dideypoor 

Didlacken. 

Didtbury 

Didyma. 

Didyroe . 

Uidyme. 

Die 

Die 

Die Clut. 

Di«l>idale . 

Dieboldtau 

Dieburgh 

Dieffelt . 

Diego. P. D, 

Diego Raniirea, Is.A6 258 

Diego, 8. ,..,......20 AUS 

Diekholzen ..,.......^3 5N 

Dielikon ,47 24N 



..,63 24N 

43 53N 

6N 

wAI A9N 

.41 48N 

..21 ON 

54 32N 

Ji3 25N 

26N 

38 37N 

25 ;J7N 

...M,44 4AN 

IUN 

2 AAN 

JS7 49n 

.47 2.1N 

4!» 55N 

16N 

I5 48N 



Diemona (Van) 

Land».,...,.,.„.4a 
Diemen'i Struit 

(Japan )...... ........ 1 1 



Oa 1 
ON 1 



Dienrtigen.......~~.46 40N 

Diepenau ..,.,.,..^63 34N 
Diepenheim .,.^..^^13 IIM 

t DIephola...... 63 35N 

Dicpholi 52 36N 



Dieppe 
Dieren 



■<»>#»»i#i»— »■ 



49 AAN 
A3 4M 
57 AM 
48 26M 



Dierloohy 
Diemttem 

Dletbaoh 46 6IN 

Dietbach ........... 4 7 6N 

Diuiaen ,...,,.^..^.,63 7M 
Diciwn.,. 51 2!)M 



wBjsuru. ,1)5 27s 

Ueana^..,, ,...46 30n 

Dtiagri R .,...30 21, 

Pgakur 30 son 

unana ^„„.. 30 46n 

Pw •" aa 3Sn 

DIumDialeh ^..^.29 4HN 

Dharoor .»« „ 18 49n 

Dhonrar ...^,1^.^15 S6N 

Dhatowlle.. ....a? 5^n 

Dbawalagiri Mt^28 Ms 
Dnenkanwilgur ...JSO 'Ms 
Oherbiarei ..^.^.44 37n 
Dh»rg»om..^.......gl Mn 

* Dhoba «.,«.».,^...26 3An 
Dhobhang ,^.»^..27 18N 

Uhoda 33 24N 

Dhoika — -ri-.ij. ■■ ■■?} 44M 
Dholpoor ..,...<..<.. 86 40n 
Dhonah -rrj^uj.jjjj.gg UN 
Dhonbrana ....~..,.^ 15n 
Dhoor ,»..,>^....,,.I4 4Sn 
Dhoniee B...»~.,..21 2Sn 
Dim, Lake ^...^..53 4Un 
Dh!i Loch .,..,....^.58 14N 
Dhu Lough ..>,»^..82 48N 

Hhlinipl-,rn„r,j,,..j ;j ON 

Dhuniteiry ,,...^.80 34n 
Dunciii ^.,.....,.....28 17n 



Dbunda Ri^ 

poone ,„^ 
Dnumimpoor 
Dhuy 



^>^»*»^»»*»>* 1 8 loN 

/iO 3i)N 

Dhyneveyleo ..~^I9 ON 
uia »«<— »w»a»iyM»<w»#o»35 88N 
i^iabeg f» M m » **»§ ^ ^**4 57 d4N 
Diablereti »~.».^^ 18N 
Diadin .......^.^^^ 24N 

Oiakopta «...^^.«..38 6n 
Diainant ......^.... ^ W 25N 

Diamante, Ft.....,wt4 28n 

Diamante, New 

cotine of the „.JM 30s 
Diamond .........^Sa 4lN 

Diamond Point ~. A ISn 

Diapio p..,....., 3!) 46N 

Diarbekir ^«^,.^.37 AGn 

Diatkovo ....^...v^M 3n 

DUyaiali R. 34 On 

Dibar .....^ .^.,31 91 n 

Dibble, Lake ,~,^I4 3i)n 
Dibble L. ...^.^,^15 5i>N 
Dibbin ...^^^^ii IUn 
Oibden <».».».«><»».»»50 53n 
Dibeja 
Dibon. 

Oibong R. ...^ 28 SON 

Dibra, Inferior.....w41 32N 
Dibra, Superior ^.^,41 25n 
Dicaea «»»..».»..<<..41 Sn 
Dick, Great «.^.^.54 3N 
~ " .M 3n 

48N 
— 36 4iN 
,p.,4» fi:JN 
.Jbi 24N 
13 53N 
6N 
Jil tm 
.41 48i<r 
^21 ON 
54 32N 
Ji.l 2SN 
26N 
.18 37N 

.25 ;J7N 

.44 4SN 
I9N 

^% asN 

SJ 49n 



3lN 



Dick, Little. 

Dickebu<li. 

Olcklnaonville .. 

Dickirch ^.^ 

Dickleborough 

Dlcomiino 

DIctr M. 

Didbrtok .. 

Oidewdghi 

DIdeypoor 

DIdlacken. 

Didtbury 

Didyma. 

DIdyroe .■ 

Uidyme. 

Die 

Die Clu*. 

Ditbidale . 

Dieboldsau 

Dieburgh 

Dieffelt . 

Diego, P. D. 

Diego Ramirei, 18.56 25s 

Diego, 8. ...^ 2(1 5I» 

Diekholzen ,.,^.,,^'i M 
Dieliknn ..47 24n 



.47 23m 

16n 
15 48N 



Diemons (Van) 

Land..»..«..<..«,.»..48 
DIemen'i Strait 
(Japan ).....,M~..3I On 

Dienitigen.,......~~.46 40N 

Diepenau ..^..^..^M 24N 
Diepenheim...~..~.52 I In 

i Dicphola...... 62 3SN 

Diepholi 52 3(iN 

Dieppe 49 t>M 

Dieren .02 4N 

Dierloohy ........... 5 7 M 

Diemitefn ...........48 26n 

Diesbaoh ............46 BIN 

Dle«bach ............ 4 7 6n 

Diunen ..~.~>»~.~52 7N 
DicwH-n 51 2«»N 



68 4a 
22 94B 

89 10k 
81) 20a 

35 42a 
7ft 2lB 

81 32B 

76 6R 
75 88 

78 24a 
83 loa 

85 31b 
4 47a 

74 151 

36 451 

86 551 

71 30B 

72 30a 

77 48a 

79 26B 

82 57b 

78 508 
70 08 

9 42W 
4 5Hnr 
9 \9W 

83 1» 

81 298 
85 128 

73 4a 

73 158 

4 SOB 

73 24a 

85 108 
540nr 

7 108 

43 458 
88 128 
60 68W 

8568 

68 40W 

90 Jw 
97 458 

19 338 
3U5UB 
68 23W 

32 458 

44 508 
55 618 

1 458 

2 55Hr 
35 57R 

1 mvr 

14 »8 
35 518 
96 08 

80 44B 

20 43B 

25 98 

8 548 
8 aOB 

2 48B 

82 21 nr 

6 88 
1 108 

11 328 

26 Oa 
1 .^iw 

43 118 

86 54B 

81 418 

8 13W 
23 IIB 
14 308 

33 20B 

5 23B 
68 3.0B 

7 818 
4 37W 

9 408 

8 478 

6 28 
96 «w 
68 Onr 
63 6W 

9 5:<B 
8 238 



39 
23 
39 
39 
43,60 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
16 
39 
35 
39 
38 
39 
39 
39 
34 
39 
39 
12 
9 
13 
39 
39 
39 

39 
39 
19 
..9 
59 
9 
17 
36 
34 
50 
31 

53 
47 
40 
34 
36 
53 
87 
36 
87 
48 
48 
37 

8 
32 
37 
55 
33 
33 
59 
25 
25 
19 
48 
i9 

8 
31 
59 

8 
36 
39 
24 

I 
34 
59 
43 
16 
38 
81 

9 
17 
82 
22 
49 
51 
53 
91 
17 



Oa 147 08 57 



131 08 

7 .148 

8 438 
6 358 
8 308 
8 218 
1 68 

6 48 
ft 6W 

15 978 

7 3tt8 

7 82B 

8 108 
A lOB 



39 
17 
21 
18 
91 
31 
Ift 
18 
9 
83 
17 
17 
81 
IB 



Dingle Harbour ...52 7n 
Dingwall ...........JJ7 35N 

Dinliani.w....„......53 15N 

Diniah Is!e .........Jil 44N 

Dinkel8buhl«,........49 4n 

ninlabyre 55 12N 

Dinnat ~..„.,.......57 4n 

Dinne Fd. 
Dino, Isle 
Dinilaken 



.~».70 46N 
> .>.w..w....39 5lN 



"■uujrauiiui 

Plot Gyor............,48 8n 



s: 34N 

Dintenhelm ..........48 12n 

Dinwoodie Gr.,.„.M ION 
Dio-Ccaarea ...I.....38 281* 

Diomedla Pr. ......43 30N 

Diony8ius............32 59n 

Pionysopolii .......43 86n 

Pioi Oyor.... 

Dioacoridii L 

Dioacuriai 

Dioapolie 

DioipolU 

DiospolU Mag 
Diospolis Par. 
Dioukova^.. 
Diourmen ........^...45 46N 

Dipach ...............49 36N 

Dippelditwald ......60 92N 




Direction Hill.......4(i 48s 

DirecUon Mt. ...^..42 36s 

Diri R. ................43 3oN 

DIridotit ..............30 82N 

Dirie, Str. ......>.,■ 67 44N 

Dirinsh ...............44 27n 



Dirk Hartogs Isle 35 408 
Dlrksbom .......^^..,..52 46n 

Dirleton..,..„....„..66 3n 

Dirrington ........^JUS 47n 

Direchau „„....,..... 54 tiN 

Disappoint, Mt ....37 268 

Disappointnmnt 
Isle (Aukland 
Group) ..,,.,.......50 44s 

Diibaclii ^...........35 30N 

48 4IN 
,09 30N 
■M 1(18 
!>2 48N 
i)4 ION 

.53 21N 

>5 31 N 
:i4 358 
..52 23N 

16 4;iN 

38 24N 

i4 35N 



DiBchingen 
Disco, Isle,.. 
Discovery U, 
Disewurtii,,, 
Dislifortli 



Disk W. 

Disley 

Disnu 

Dispersion Ml 

Diss.^....,. 

Diiisentis 

Dissertli. 

Distamo 

Distingtoi 

Distinton 

Distos 



^»»*i»»#o»i»'»»' 



^'^^■^Mwp^ »^^»^, 



— 38 17N 
Distriana ..,..„~„~42 17n 
% District, North 

(C. fir«ton Isle) 46 20N 
X District, Nortli- 

East (C. Breton 

l8le)..,.......„„.,~.46 20N 

± District, South 

(C. Breton Isle) 45 37n 
Dtsuple ^^.,....,,...57 27N 
Ditisliam ...^...,....,90 23n 
DItclieat . 
Dittesheiui . 
Ditto Low. 
Ditto W. . 
Ditton B. 
Dittos 



SI 7n 
49 &6:r 
M 8N 
...^61 31 N 



:U 31s 
14 35N 

Dia Fort und Isle 20 12N 
Dium .;,...,„„.„~„.32 36N 
Dium ......^^,...,,..,40 Kin 

Diume88,~~,„„.»..&8 34N 
Di'iL'Tiess Locli.~~.r58 35N 
Dl" H. -V ,~~~~57 8N 
Dl' ..~~~~45 8N 

D. :> ^- ~.48 25N 

Divtj r*.^ 49 18n 

Divillaan Isle .'>4 Sn 

Divis ~~.~~~..~.,54 3(iN 
Divodurum ..>~~~40 12n 

Divri 37 51 N 

Divrigi ~,~~~~~.39 2S)N 
Divy Pt. ~~~~~~~I6 5.'>N 
* Diwan.}e)>~~~,31 55n 
Olxniude ~.~.~~~6I Vn 
Dixon Mt. ~.~.~~J4 52S 
Dixon's Kntrnnce 54 3(in 



Diyulah I> 
Dixaliaf 
Diafiil 
Dizful R. 
Djndak R. 



DJavat 
DJebail 
njehiil 



.~»~34 ON 

28 30N 

2 6N 

•0^^^*J3tk 35N 

-.^.30 ON 

L. ~,~,32 30N 

Has ~,48 rm 

abmtigdEong- 

.29 38N 



10 17w 

4 25W 
48nr 

10 I3W 
10 198 

8 45nr 
3 56W 

23 31)8 

15 468 
6 458 

10 48 

3 24W 
31 508 

16 08 
86 468 
88 108 
80 388 
53 458 
41 858 
31 338 
34 598 
38 38B 
38 208 
4137B 
33 95R 

9 68B 
13 368 
66 12W 

145 418 

46 OB 

47 328 

5 OW 
16 36B 

112 908 

4 488 
2 45W 
a 30W 

18 45B 
145 338 



1? 

& 

7 
13 
22 
10 

9 
36 
32 
81 
88 
10 
99 
90 
37 
59 
83 
98 
59 
59 
37 
99 
99 
27 
28 
19 
21 
93 
97 
69 
99 

9 
33 
41 
18 
10 
10 
24 
56 



165 508 41 
24 49B 33 
10 238 32 
5* SOW 4.5-1 

141 8B 56 
1 I8W 

1 26\V 
4 45W 

2 2\V 
28 :jb 

142 218 
I (8 
8 5IB 

3 25W 

23 418 
3 .15«V 
3 32W 

24 llK 
6 I3W 



8 

'0 

7 
27 

56 
8 

17 
8 

34 
7 
1 

34 

30 



61 8Hr 46 



60 40nr 46 



61 4W 

3 47w 

3 34\v 
2 32W 
7 57B 
1 34W 
IB 

IIU 15B 
U6 43tv 
71 4B 
35 448 
2-2 ,•«« 

4 44 tv 
4 47W 
9 C. 

16 218 

19 248 

6>V 



10 
6 
6 



46 

9 

8 

U 

22 

8 

8 

67 

41 

39 

a? 
99 
9 
9 
58 
'.'3 
23 
16 
12 
13 
6H 
34 
36 
39 



flw 
2vir 

68 

81 47B 

38 8B 

81 16B 

45 28 36,38 
8 5i'B 19 
149 258 56 
132 OW 45-1 

44 408 

34 318 

48 358 

49 08 
89 358 
84 608 
66 658 



60 
38 
38 
37 
37 
35 



■• eiiitsy 
> ,in>f 
.iib'illo 
Dodiilrco ~..., 
Doddeiihiun ~,. 
Doddl. |i;tun 
Doddington 
Doddington 
Dodee ,,~,>...~,......32 



.14 49n 

52 54N 

w13 12N 

.~14 I UN 

."sa I2N 
~.~,~.6;i 13N 

3IN 

6N 



Dodman Pt 50 1.3N 

Dodona~.~~~~„„39 55n 

Dodwortli. ,53 .33N 

Doe, Glen~.~,~,~,57 I3n 
Doe, Bridge~.~,„..l7 !>n 

Doesah ,.22 35n 

Doesburg ~.~ 52 in 

Doetinchem ~~~~.51 58n 
Dog Isle~.~.~~....13 40S 
Dogara ....„~,......24 S9n 

Dogger Bank. 54 5(in 

DogllanL~~~~~,~,44 .idN 
Dognacska ~_,~~^5 17n 
8 Dog-rib Indian!! 64 On 
DoKumbazug..~,~,30 6n 
Doran~~~~~„,.„.,44 50n 

Doine, L fi6 21 n 

Doinm ~~.~~ 4 1 I2N 

Dok.~..~. . 34 9n 

Dokas~.~~~,~.~~,.67 7" 

Doke I. ~. ~.37 20n 

Doklian Gl. 27 15N 

* Ookbara~~~~..34 36n 
Dokliergan ~«~~,37 43n 
Dokkedal ~~~~.~,56 55N 

Dokoleni ~. ...46 22n 

Dol~.~~~~, 48 3.3N 

Dolart,Tlie 53 I5N 

Dolaugwyn ~~~~,62 37N 
DolbennMU'n~,~~~52 fi9N 
Dolbey ~,~.~«~.„58 1«n 

D6le, Mount ~~~..46 26n 
Doleite, 0.~.,.~.~,37 23n 
Dolffiinovii-~,~«~(yi 15N 

Dolin'Ily ~~~52 4.^ 

I/c>iKliinov~,~-~„„.M .'J«N 

DiiJKoe ~,~,5I 67n 

Dolgiil, Isle~~~~,69 16N 
Didjfovkii ~.«„„,„58 6«)N 

Dollie 4!) KIN 

Doliclie ~.~.«,~~.37 5N 

Dolina 48 5(1N 

Doljiteka 51 llN 

Dollah ~~.~ 16 2oN 

Dollar ~-,„~,~~„.-)6 ION 
Dollar Law ~,~,~.55 .12N 
D(illa8~.~,~,.„~„„.57 34N 

Dollune 38 2n 

Dollnnion ~„~~,~,36 46N 
Dolniore ~.~~~~,.^ 17N 
Dolores, l8lo~,~,~,23 50N 
Dolort^g ~,~,~.,„.„-23 6N 
Dolores ~,~~„~,~,27 SON 
Dolorbs, L(iB._~,~,l6 44N 
Dolores ~,~.~,~~.,3I iSN 
DoNirc'S .„........~.;'6 20s 

Dolpliin IId.~,~~~18 2IN 
Dolphin Strait«~~69 SON 



.~~~39 SON 

34 ION 

30 4nN 



87 08 39 
48 208 88 
36 48B ' 36 
35 358 43 



Dolphington. 
l)olsk~„ 
Dolstad 
Doltzig , 
Dolwyddflan 
Doniana~. — 



.55 42N 
52 On 
65 67N 
52 ON 
,53 4N 
~»~3<) 4nN 



Domnnovitulii ~~.52 17n 
Domau ~~..~.~,~,64 26n 
Dombai ~.~,«..~,., , 38 UN 
Dorobe ~~~~.«m~48 5n 
Dombrosson ~~~~,47 4n 
Dombroka ~~~~JM) I'iN 
Dombrovitza ~~~6I 35n 
Dombrowsk~~~~.53 I IN 
Doniburg ~.~~~~.41 34n 
Domdidier ,..,.~,..46 62N 



Dom<>! Isle 
Domfront ,. 
Domilxech 
Domineuc 
Dominico, Isle. 
Dnmo d'Osaoitt 
Domremy ~,~.. 
I >omundee 
Domusiioas~.r. 
Don, River. 
Don, River. 
Don, River. 
Don, River. 
Donagh 
Donaghadee 



II 25N 

.~,4» 36N 

~.61 37N 

.48 22N 

9 30N 

.46 7N 

48 37n 

;ji .17N 

.~„.a9 2(IN 

,~~..'>3 44N 

-67 llN 

,~~47 4N 

...,J3& 40N 

38N 



Donagliedy ~~~~Ji4 53n 
Donaghey ,..~.,.~..64 35n 
Donaghmore ~~~54 32N 
Donaglimore ~.~.63 6::N 
DunaghuKii'e «~~64 16n 
Donaghmoyne ~~~54 ON 
Duniild Ilill~~~~.6S ON 
Doiialds()nville~~~30 2n 



87 378 
37B 

77 238 
76 458 

2 81W 

4lw 

1 59w 

28 
76 7b 

4 47w 

80 408 

1 32W 
6 Ow 
4 K,W 

85 35b 
6 1& 

6 198 

133 Ow 

78 468 
8 308 
8 68 

81 48b 
185 Ow 

51 108 

88 48 

4 85W 

22 528 
76 308 
21 88 
83 20a 
32 428 
44 08 
46 88 
10 158 
27 448 

1 45W 

7 108 
4 Iw 

4 I4W 
6 48W 

5 308 

6 88 

7 32W 
117 508 

3 SOW 
27 268 
37 49B 
59 108 
30 IB 

23 278 
37 22B 

24 48 
2.5 .138 
95 51 IB 

3 41 W 
3 23W 
3 31 W 

22 27B 
29 (IB 

6 5lw 

134 428 
104 43W 

55 23W 

90 30W 
110 3w 

.57 3!)W 
7« low 
116 30w 

3 26w 
17 48 
13 38B 
17 88 

3 &m 
40 188 

29 208 

20 488 

30 258 

23 5118 

6 588 

21 48 
26 808 
17 4SB 

3 328 

7 2B 
08 238 

40W 
12 568 

1 55W 
61 '^OW 

8 178 

6 428 
68 938 

8 328 
6tw 

2 9W 
39 Ow 
78 39W 

7 2.5W 
533W 

7 i:w 

6 44W 

6 49W 

7 37W 
6 17W 
6 4IW 
6 Alw 

91 3W 



27 
7 

39 

39 

8 

7 

7 

8 

39 

8 

59 

7 

9 

9 

39 

18 

18 

1 

39 

31 
23 
45 
38 
33 
10 
33 
39 
26 
34 
43 
36 
38 
59 
33 
15 
21 
8 
7 
9 
15 
17 
30 
35 
8 
97 
28 
37 
37 
83 
69 
23 
28 
40 
10 
10 
9 
34 
36 
9 
35 
49 
49 
49 
49 
63 
50 
45-1 
10 
24 
26 
84 
7 
69 
28 
24 
36 
23 
17 
83 
28 
24 
18 
17 
35 
15 
34 
15 
90 
31 
19 
38 
33 
7 

88 
48 
18 
19 
11 
19 
19 
18 
Ifi 
19 
19 
4* 



! 



16 



INDEX TO BLACI 



! 



\ 



Nabiu. 



IiAT. 



LOMO. 



No.«v 
Map. 



\m 



V J- 



r 



Donnrd ^...>~......53 M 

l)onud,SI. ,...~..J>4 UN 
Donas Voe ^^...60 a2N 
Oonaueschingen ....47 A7i* 

Uonauwerth .~'~...«48 42N 
Doniizlan «.»...,,.m«^40 32N 
Uuncuater ^<..-«.ja 31 N 
Duncoa <».^.,..w,.^2 51 K 
t Don Coasackt ^~48 3!)n 
{ Dun Co8»ackL.wt9 ON 
DuikIh, Cnpe «.«m 43N 
Dondcrkoni Isle ^ 40s 
Dundon >.....^.,....wl9 3AN 

Dundra Head ^..^ & 60N 
Doneda «.«^.,..«.«..Ji3 SlN 
Doneen Cas. ....m^I 33n 

Doncgal.>~...>~~...~&4 a9N 
1 Ponegn L ..<..«.««... ' >5 On 
Donegal Bay ^..M 36n 

Uunelly R 34 27s 

UoneruiUe .,.»,..^.52 12ir 

Donet's River 47 36n 

t Donga .^.......^^ 8 30N 

Donga Mountains- 7 On 
Dongadouovan ,„M Mn 
Dongen .»»»»<.>..»<. Jil S/n 



Uongio 
Dongnai 
Donga . 
DQngola~<...~ 
Uongola New 
Uongola, Old 
Dongiirpoor 
Don UiiidoOc 
Donibristle 
Doiiington 
Diinjiim 
DoiikiD River 
Donkin's Bay 
Dun, L, 
Don II 



.46 24N 
11 &N 
i5 A3N 
.21 ION 
,19 ION 
18 26N 
.23 47N 
.<. « »>33 AN 

.■ie 2n 

2 53N 
.V) 12N 
,^27 408 
.,^1 SOS 
S9N 
87 4N 



Djiina Nook ~— 51 2!>n 

;>oiinatt0 37 37N 

Dtiiinunberg, or 

Alt. Toimei're.^49 36N 
D.iiinington, 

CH»l\c,,,,„^^,^^i2 49N 

D.inriybrook 53 20n 

D(inuwghniore~..«^2 In 
Dunorti >^,.>~ „ .^.J>3 41n 
Don, K.,.,^^~..^l 238 
>)iin, R. ..<....«>.«. .<.»fli3 29N 
Donska ..~....»»>..45 In 
Uoiiuu, Cape >.... .J >7 '7n 



Donysa 
Don/enac 
Donzure 
Dooab ~ 
()ooagU 



50N 

4.5 14N 

44 2(iN 
i5 21 N 
«^«MwA3 5HN 
DiMbriunt, Liike.^1 &0n 
Uuocliary Bridge >54 &4N 
Doodgaom <^.. " ..».> P I5N 
Doodra .^^......^.^.^21 UN 

Doodsheek ,„^,^i 28N 

Dooegali ..«, ^M S5N 

Doojik Dagli 39 ION 

UooKaraa t ..^..>..... 2 6 UN 

Uoo Kooee 32 5i)N 

Doolin «^...«........53 I N 

Doolky Dooley ^.,^1 59n 
Uootoo »..^^......... 2 8 67n 

Douniosulu ,^,.„^'/9 55s 
Dooniut R. ~~~>^5 18b 

Doon «.»»«».«« .<..ft5 18N 

Uoon Caittle .Mi.^.^...^ i3N 
DooH, Locb ^ ^,.^^5 I5N 
lloon Mouiitains^^2 3Un 
Doon River ^.,^^2 '/Jn 



«.... >3l> 51 N 

2 51 N 
^..,^2 SON 
......^4 26N 

V8N 



D'>onali 
Dtionane 
!>oone « 
Dooiigro 
')<>onkar 
i loop.uid 
Ooor 

Doore Abbey 
Doorg......,.,,.^ 

t.)oorIn Pt, 
Doom 



^15 65n 
.,^33 C ' 
' )l MN 

21 5N 

M 30N 
2N 
>00m, Littlo, R. 3 1 508 
Doom R. Ureat ^n '<iia 
Doomspyk ^,.,.,.^i 20N 
Dooruog<~>~~.~~». 2 1 2<iN 
Doosli «.»~.».»».^^24 4^N 
Doo«liak, or Jel> 

lalabad ^..^^...31 58n 
Dor, Vora..^.>.»..., <-> a'W 
Dora Battea, R.^4.'i 1-^n 
Dors Itiparia, R. 45 5n 
Dorwlo R. <..~..~^4 6s 
Doraey ,.,,.,^,^.^,J>8 4n 
Durak ...^........^•>7 12" 

liorak ,.„„,.,^.,^i) 40N 
Dorakston, Cape-^'JO On 



6 36W 

5 OHW 
1 30W 
8 3iB 

10 48B 
S6S3B 
1 7W 

7 12«r 
41 3S 
43 Ob 
119 63E 
117 40B 

73 30W 
80 38B 

6 46W 
8&9W 
a 6w 

7 sow 

8 16W 
US 37B 

8 33W 
40 42B 
S4 40B 
35 30B 

8 Iw 

4 S7B 

9 Ob 
106 66B 

9 12B 
37 25B 

30 50B 

31 3B 
73 42B 
70 158 

3 2UV 

14W 

6 32K 

m 30B 

18 15K 

5 45W 
5 42w 
8B 

14 llB 



13 
13 
10 
33 
33 
S3 

7 
SO 
38 
88 
40 
40 
SO 
39 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
S7 
13 
28 
43 
43 
13 
18 
17 
40 
31 
43 
43 
43 
39 
38 
10 

7 

18 

44-1 

44 

JO 

9 

7 
33 



7 5tiB 23 



1 Iftw 
6 14W 
8 4.'W 

6 ibw 
146 30B 

1 42W 
41 •■i.^K 

5 30W 
85 28B 

I 2<JB 

4 42lt 
68 4R 
1(1 5W 
99 OW 

8 I.JW 

77 67K 

78 3UK 

60 7B 

9 saw 

39 SOB 
10 6b 
68 2b 
9 23W 
8J 55vir 

80 4IB 
30 ;■ 

I4U 12B 

7 llw 
4 24W 
4 241V 

8 IStV 

4 3U\V 
70 47B 

7 7w 

8 12Hr 

78 2>B 
01 35B 

79 23k 
SO 35B 

3 55W 

81 7B 
8 MW 

5 20B 
l!» 8B 
18 :!4B 

5 47B 
Hi I5IS 
30 Jt.B 

61 45B 
34 MK 

8 2b 

7 I.IR 

m 4<itv 

S l)IW 
34 5Si{ 

4ll ^iK 
4U 4.5k 

iMita 



8 
13 
13 
12 
S7 

7 
38 

» 
34 
16 
16 
Sil 
13 
4S.1 
12 
39 
39 
38 
13 
36 
44 
38 
13 
48 
39 
44 
56 
13 
10 
10 
13 
lu 
38 
13 
13 
39 

(:»} 

39 

38 

8 

39 

13 

18 

44-1 

44-1 

18 

311 

43 

35 
S7 
31 
31 
ft3 
9 

:i6 
w 

•M 



Naiib*. 



Lat. 



!>._„ Wo. OK 

^"»' Map. 



Dosterup 
Dostrup . 
Dotlian . 



ja 7N 

.^4lN 

33 35N 






Dotonor .^^„....«.3S 30n 
DoUa ^^.....>....>45 65N 

Dotra ^ 47 27w 

Dottenreid ,._.«^48 33N- 
Doua Pt. »«««.»«.»«..41 30s 
Douanienes ...<.«~^8 Sn 
Doiiamenes Bay<.^8 8n 
Douasg o ~..~..~...>. 1 1 5.^N 
Douay 
Doubel 
Doubno ^...«.....,..,50 25N 
Doubossary, N. ^.7 22n 
Doubrka ,..^,„,^9 41 n 
Doubrovka «.>...«., 58 S6n 
Doubrovsk ....i»^.56 55N 
Doubs, River .,...^6 S4N 
t Doubs, Depart- 
ment of ^,...,,.^^7 3n 
Doubtchevskaya~.60 XiM 
Doubtful Hr...,.~U5 lOs 
Doubtful Island B..'U 13s 
Douce, Mount ..,,.53 Hn 
Doucliary ,.,,.,.,.,..59 7^ 
Doucliet ...,..^.,....43 2tiN 
Doudinskoi .......»68 ION 



Doudpour «.,>.,..,^19 27n 

I'OUC ^»»^o»^^»<>»»jw»< « 47 I3N 

Dougall, Lake~.>^7 29n 
Douglas <..>......^,.51 53N 

Douglas ,»„..>^-...,47 Cn 
Douglas ..,......^..46 UN 

Douglas Bridge ..JM 45n 
Douglan Cape >.....44 21 n 

Douglas Cas. ..,.,...55 33n 
Douglas, Castle ..M 56N 
Douglas (naapo).,.^4H 42N 
Douglas Hd. .„„,..5i On 
Douglas (Isle of 

Man) 54 ION 

Douglas (Lanark- 

8liire;^~....^...55 S4n 
Douglas Mill lun.^5 aiN 
Douglas W. ...,,..^..56 I3n 
Douglas 'W.,....,„M 37 N 
Dougrie..,^~,,...^4 5>In 

Doukin 36 I8N 

Doukoveliina.......-55 UN 

Doul L. „, ,51 2»N 

Doulabel Halfeh^2g 27n 
Dou lens ,..,.,,..^....,.50 9n 
Doulevant_....^,....U8 21 n 
Dotilus Ilead..,^..^! 58N 
Dounans >.....,....^,.66 6n 

Douiie „._ft« UN 

Dounc, Hrauiof.~J(6 I.'Vn 
Douno Loch ......„M 12n 

Dounstin ...^„..,._59 15N 
Dounton „,...,......M 59N 

Dounu ~...^...,.....5ti r>s 

Douqutftuo.,^^. W.42 108 
Dour..,..».^^,.»...^2 50N 
Dour ..,.,.....,..,..,,3:1 ION 

"""w" "fi 48N 

Douree -.,..^....,...24 49N 

Doumov^tk „■..„..„ .46 SON 
Douro, Hiver.....^^41 Ion 

Douryevvu ,.,..,...Mi 82N 

Dousiaty ,..«. 55 4S)n 

Douvaiioi Lil&» ,...^40 UN 

Douvalne 46 19n 

Douve River ..,..>.49 SON 

Dove«^ .^..56 I^N 

Dove, River ..>.....\fl4 12n 

Dovenby ,. ,... ,54 43n 

Dover~.......,.„«...,45 8n 

Dover (Delaware )~39 9n 
Dover (Kent)^...»Sl 7n 
Dover, Point ^....^32 SOs 

Dover ( Tennessee ).% 23n 
Doveran, Rlver..^,.,^? 40n 
l>overidge....,..^^S3 OtN 

Dovey, or Dyfl, R, 52 32n 
Dovgaiir >.......,..... 19 86n 

DQving..,..............S3 I8N 

Dovnington <>.>..,^3 In 
{ Dovraneei~»».^l On 
Do vre ^ ....... ....^1 S7n 

Dovre Field ^.,..,.....63 SON 

Dowali ..,„... ...84 SlN 



Dowally 
Dowalton L 
Dowartbeg ....^.^..JiB 

l)owbracli..«.^.......56 SON 

Uowhilabikd ..........36 2n 

Dowhill..............».56 9N 

DoWland -rr-„-rr,j,..lf* 53N 

Dowlutabiid 
Dowlutgyar. 

Down ........ ...51 l»N 

Down^..^ ........JM I. IN 



4 46N 
i8N 



,19 58N 
>~~ 34 SON 



8 SIB 

9 47B 
35 18B 
18 I8B 
92 S5B 
33 37B 

53 46B 
11 lOB 

173 OB 

4 33W 

4 SSwr 

4 SOW 

3 SB 

13 SOW 

25 45B 

29 15B 

84 S2B 

61 lOB 

54 32B 
6 SB 



8S 
85 
37 
33 

ao 

33 
33 
82 
67 
15 
IS 
43 
15 
43 
S8 
28 
S3 
37 
87 
15 



6 SOB 
95 30b 
166 38B 
119 S6R 

6 14W 

4 49W 
45 SB 
89 lOB 
83 SB 

lOw 

5 Slw 
8 24W 

65 33w 

72 21W46,47 

7 86W 12 
81 43W 

3 53W 

3 57w 
61 37W 

4 36W 



15 
35 
57 
57 
13 

9 
38 
35 
39 
15 

9 
13 
46 



46 
10 
10 
46 

7 



4 27W 7 



3 51w 
3 &0W 
6 9w 

3 48w 

4 49W 
6«) OB 
32 2<IB 

5 3«w 
31 SIB 

3 2IB 

4 56b 
10 SIW 

5 8W 
4 DW 

3 58w 

4 2W 

31 SIB 
1 44W 

5 ;»7w 

66 40W 
70 43B 
70 S5B 

32 41N 
81 45B 
47 55B 

838W 

1 8W 

SS 38B 

49 34B 

6 17B 
1 7w 
4 SOW 

SOW 
3S5W 

69 7wr 
75 SOW 

1 18B 
135 40B 

87 48W 
S31W 
I 49w 
4 3W 

73 1SB 

7 IIB 

3 34W 
63 45B 

30B 
10 lOB 
86 S3B 

3a6w 

4 89W 
ft 5w 

5 37W 
54 17B 

3 S5w 

4 8W 
75 llB 
65 SB 

4B 
« KIW 



10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

38 

27 

9 

43 

15 

15 

13 

10 

10 

10 

10 

27 

8 

10 

51 

38 

39 

34 

39 

28 

30 

9 

87 

28 

31 

15 

10 

7 

7 

46 

47 

8 

41 

48 

9 

7 

8 

SB 

86 

8 

38 

36 

36 

39 

10 

10 

9 

9 

38 

10 

8 

S8 

38 

8 

9 



Nabb. 



latt. 



Lm: 



Drengurtlu 
Drenova .~~~ 



,M UN 
,..43 IN 



Urensteinfurtli~..~5l 48n 

i DreMt;i£ 53 ftllN 

Drepano, Cape ..^.39 S7n 
Drepanmii...........38 3N 

Drepunum B. ..,...,27 4Sn 
Drepanum Pr..,.....34 S6n 

Drepko .,.,... 51 38n 

linpuL,.„„,.„..,.,«35 40N 
Dresden ,„„ „ ,,„,.,M ISN 
Dresden.,.~....»...~JS 1 I n 

Dreux 48 43n 

Drewitz ..«....&2 ION 

Dreyoe, lgle~......J>4 58n 

Driburdu ,„„,„„..52 47n 



Drle Kouptain.,....»32 25s 

DrieKutJj .....r<3 Os 

Driffield 64 In 

Drigallen ............53 38N 

Drigg 64 S3N 

Drillo, River.. ......37 On 

Drilon R 41 ^Sn 

Drimades. , , 40 ivtt 

Drimak 57 20n 

Driuinin..............,..'i6 39N 



Drimopol e «.~w..,~.39 31 n 

Drimore ^.....,...57 S4n 

Driinvairk .......86 a%N 

Drin Pad. ... — ....56 53N 

Urin, River 44 53N 

Drinato .....~~~.~...4S 6N 
Drino, O. andR..4l 43n 
Drinovats~..~~~~.43 32N 

Drinum, ad ..^.44 ION 

Drinus R 44 30n 



Drisaa. 



.55 4HN 



Drissen — . 47 56n 

Drittgeeste~.~.~...53 31 n 

Drobak .... ......59 39N 

Drobghaclie 43 Sn 

Drobycsin... ...52 SGn 

Droge River~~~~.52 51 n 
DroKhcda ............A3 44N 

Drolibjez 49 32N 

Droitwicli ..........,^.52 16N 

Droinagli Castle ...JiS 7N 
Dromara ^^.^.......54 23N 

i Drome, Depart- 
ment of ...44 42N 

Drome River ........49 2In 



Dromedary Mt. 
Dromin 
DrominoLT ~., 
Droniiskin...... 

Dromolegue ,. 

Droiiiore 

Dromore 

Droiuore ~.~.~.....54 S4n 



16 3.-18 
i3 SIN 

52 SCN 

53 56N 
.51 40N 

..J&4 15N 
...54 SlN 



Drompierre — ........46 6 If 

Dromus Acliillis ....46 lUN 

Dron .. ..56 19n 

Dronay. 



Druntteld 
Drongan ...„. 
1 Drontlieim 
Drontheim, 
Droog Kraal 
Droon^npatam 
Drosendorf 
Drosselberg 
Dnissen 

Drouii 
Drubbeth , 
Drubergen 
Druge; 
Druid Mt 
Druidibig L, 
Druidion 



17" 
55 27" 

;:i 40N 

SON 

I 188 

13 SON 

48 52N 

„„.Ji5 39N 

3 36N 
48 3N 

\5 4SN 

.26 SON 

53 SN 

45 9N 

.29 568 

7 SON 

S3 3N 

UN 




Druid's Ciircle 
Druid's Circle of 
Stennts — .».......J9 ON 

Drulingen .............48 SlN 

Drum 

Drum 

Drum 

Drum 

Drum 

Drum 

Drum 

DrumCullagher..Jl3 I9N 

Drum Doro ^......J? 36n 

Drums Cork...~....S7 AIn 

Drumachoie..Mw..J(5 4n 
Drumaokro...».....AS 40n 

Drunuiduun ,„,,„,,55 SIN 
Druiuadoun B. „,Ji5 30N 
Druniahaer ^.....^.JM 14N 

Dninianaght .......64 &6n 

Druuiany River ,.JH \5s 
Druuiavaugh .^...57 S6n 
Drunibanagher ....^(4 15n 

Drunibeg ..............54 3[n 



31 S2B 
84 89a 

7 448 

6 SOB 

84 SB 

13 SOB 
S3 86a 

32 18a 

14 14B 
69 40B 
88S8W 

13 43B 
1 S3B 

15 9B 

10 9.2K 
6 34B 

80 55B 
34 65B 

0S7W 
83 lOa 

3 37W 

14 SOB 
19 SOB 
19 32B 

6 18W 

5 58W 
19 S5B 

7 SSW 

6 16W 
& 15W 

19 37B 
19 49B 
19 S2B 
83 IlB 
19 lOB 
19 lOB 
27 50B 

11 6B 

8 65B 
10 38B 
19 15B 
S3 46B 

15 68B 
6 20W 

S3 35B 
8 7**' 
8 SSW 
6 iw 

6 llB 

45W 
ISO 3B 

6 85W 

8 I6W 
6S3W 

9 14W 
8 48W 

7 SOW 
6 9W 

OB 
OB 
SSW 
ISw 
39W 
88w 

OB 
10 38B 
18 I3b 
80 loa 

isasB 
u 10a 

14 S3B 

1 SB 
87 13B 
67 4Sa 

6 17a 
3 8Sa 

146 34a 

7 18W 
3 39W 
6 46W 



7 

33 
3 
S 
1 
4 
10 



3 
7 
3 
8 
3 
3 
S 
9 



TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



I..T. 



,^_^ No. or 



va 



..^.M llN 
,.^43 IN 



teliifurtii.,».,^l 48N 

iit:ic...«.>.~~^a &'iM 

no, Cape ~~.3B ft?" 

num. .....38 •'<N 

num B. ......27 4AN 

num Pr...>...a4 S6n 

»^ M 38N 

A 40N 

in............>..51 In 

48 43N 

tz ...«.«..^52 ION 

e, l8le..>~..^4 58n 
rdu .«.....~»wfi2 47N 
i'oUPtain,.,^..32 25s 

Cut)i... 33 OS 

..JM IN 
leii ...#.i........53 38N 

!■»..»<■.»*« ....»».o4 2eoN 

Kiver,..~..J7 «n 

1 R 41 *«N 

dc«... ..40 iON 

kli 57 2(»N 

ipolft~.~~^^~.3!) SIN 
>re ...,.^7 S4N 

airk ......Sfi aSN 

'ad. .....56 53N 

Itiver 44 53N 

to ..^.42 6n 

G. amlll._4l 43n 
vatx.>.~~..>..43 3-.2N 

m, ad 44 ION 

I K. .^........^44 30N 

.55 4HN 

n 47 66N 

;eegte...~......53 31 n 

k ^...^ 5!) aUN 

:hactie ...43 2N 

c»in~...........52 2<iN 

River 52 51 N 

icda ......«....J>3 44N 

Ocz ^.49 a^N 

wicli ...~~~~.Ji2 lUN 
ngli t'aittle...fi2 7n 

ime. Depart- 

It of 44 42N 

e River .......49 21n 

edary Mt.~~..')6 %» 

In 53 61N 

incur .^^.....52 Mn 
ig|<in...,,.......53 S6n 

olegue .....51 40N 

ore ...........».54 1 5N 

ore M 3lN 

ore 54 24n 

plerrc .....46 hW 

us Acliillis wt6 lUN 

ield.. .....53 I7N 

[an ..... ..55 27N 

ntlieim ...~~63 40n 
iielm...........63 2UN 

[ Kriat ........31 18s 

lOnpntam .....13 50N 

ndurf ..^.....48 52N 

ilberg ....W..JU 29N 

»n ........ ...52 86N 

18 3N 
i5 4aN 
26 SON 
« 3N 
5 9N 

All* ^^^«>«i»i»<»w»^ S rg OOB 

ibig L 57 20n 

ion ....53 3N 




#»«<»«>#l^<l»*»W»»<Wi 



'a Circle .......58 llN 

['■ Circle of 

infa.............Jt9 On 

igen ..^,........48 51N 

Ji7 aSN 

'MM..M.57 6n 

..J>7 I3N 

.....54 57N 

V...56 i4N 
....A3 49N 

.JO 24N 



Cullsgher...fi2 I9n 
Doro ......~Ji7 96N 

a Cork......... 57 AIn 

achoie «.>«...«Jt5 4n 
ackro..........JtA 40n 

aduun .......^..JIS 31 n 



adoun B. ...JiS SON 

ahaar .....^.JM Un 

anaght .......54 S6n 

any River ....54 IAN 

lavaugh .......57 &AN 

ilMiiaglier .....JS4 I.IN 

beg .~............A4 31 N 



81 S2B 
84 29a 

7 44* 

6 30B 

24 £■ 

lasoa 

33 251 
32 18a 

14 14B 
69 40B 
88 68W 

13 43B 
1 22B 

15 9B 
10 ntt 

6 34B 
20 55a 

34 55B 
27W 

82 lOB 
3 87w 

14 20a 
19 308 
19 32B 

6 18W 

5 58Mr 
19 55a 

7 22W 
A lAW 
A lAW 

1927a 
19 49a 
19 3i>a 
23 I la 

10 loa 
19 lua 
27 5<IB 

11 6B 

8 55a 
10 38a 
19 lAB 

22 45B 

15 58B 

6 'iOvr 

23 35B 
8 lyf 

8 A6W 
6 iw 

A IIB 

45wr 
150 3a 

6 a5vr 
» Itiw 

6 23vr 

9 14w 
4«wr 
28W 

Vvr 

Oa 

Oa 

23W 

12W 

29W 

asw 

oa 

10 22B 
18 13a 
80 loa 
lAasa 

11 lOB 

14 A2a 

1 ^m 
27 12B 
67 42B 

A 17a 

a 82B 

146 84a 

7 18nr 
3 29ir 

6 4Air 

3 ISar 

7 12B 
3 AOw 

8 23W 
S35W 
3 36iir 

3 llHT 

9 9W 

7 WW 

8 A3wr 
8 40W 

A saw 

6 AAwr 
A 44W 

A Slw 
A aiwr 
8 lAw 

7 49W 
7 30w 

4 A8«r 
6 22W 
6 Ow 



8 
7 
6 
7 

32 
3 
5 
1 
4 

10 



34 
33 
91 
18 
33 
A9 
43 
fi0 
84 
A8 
48 
SI 
15 
84 
8A 
18 
44 
44-1 

7 
84 

7 
38 
59 
33 

9 
10 
34 

9 
10 

9 
33 
33 
33 
33 
&9 
5!) 
27 
22 
81 
26 
33 
28 
84 
12 
83 

8 
13 
12 

16 
15 
56 
12 
13 
12 
13 
12 
12 
12 
17 
50 
10 

9 

7 
10 
86 
86 
44-1 
39 
23 
85 
84 
15 
87 
39 
13 
16 
A6 

9 

7 

8 

9 
15 

9 
9 
9 
10 
10 

la 

13 

13 

9 

» 

12 

10 

10 

10 

18 

18 

U 

9 

12 

18 



Skun. 



Lat. 



LoMa. 



No. or 
M«r. 



DruMti ...«....»....48 S4N 

Dnuty K...........>JW A5N 

Drusipara~.~~.~~..41 I8n 
Dryburgh Abbey.~A5 35n 
DrydeBn........,.....J>A a9N 

Dryfe Wr....».~...~A5 8n 

Drygrange.~.~M.«...55 35m 
Dryllarbour ........18 88k 

Drymen ..............56 4n 

Drymoca ............. J8 41n 

Dryinohoind..........57 46n 

Dryupb ....^..............37 83n 

Dichabekan R. .w51 a.5N 
Dtlialial OI.,........28 32N 

Dthahal W..........28 39N 

Duiui...~.....-..........26 36N 

Duun River ......^..58 ION 

Duan P. See 
Singapore.......... 

Duart Cape ......^56 31N 

Duartmore ....^....,58 17n 

Dubary .........>,>».26 On 

Dubdu ...............33 49N 

Dubdendorf ........47 23n 

Dubeegaoui «........, 17 55N 

Dubhooee .^^^......22 8n 

Dublcta .............^45 13N 

Dubiecko ............49 52n 

Dubitsa 

Dublin 

Dublin Bay 

i Dublin County 

Dublin (Georgia) 

Dubnilzn 

Uuboki 



5 UN 

53 21N 
53 20N 
:I3 25N 
32 32N 
...42 15N 
42 43N 



Dubovac .^^^........44 4i>N 

Dubovka Posad .«.49 7n 
Dubriti .. ......40 48N 

Dubrovka .. ..56 IUn 

Dubton .....w......^^ 44N 

Dubuioro..... ..>.5a 30N 

Ducall, Cape ~..~42 45n 
Duch C. ...............SO 20s 

Duclial..... ....~55 52N 

Ducliany'8 Kr.......3-i 558 

Duclira ~......>.....JXi 13N 

.56 ION 



Duchray 

Duchray W. ...^.M ION 

Ducies isle 

DucU 

Duck Cr. 

Duck R. 

Duck R. ^ 

Duckerow. 

Duckingtield. 

Duil 

I >udiiauii 

DudUen R. ^.^...^M 21N 

Duddingstone .^....55 56n 

Duddingtun ......^...52 36N 

Dudeldorf ............ JiO 4n 

Dudgeon Liglit .~5:i 19n 

Dudilibeg 55 5&N 

Dudkunda .^.........27 55N 

Dudley ~».. ...52 31 n 

Dudley Digges, C. 76 25n 
wk ... 



4 108 

51 17N 

31 4(18 

.35 35N 
.40 5U8 
.53 42N 
.53 28N 
3UN 
1 2N 



g^O^nr^iO^^iji^WJI 



■,...^^ 2CN 

.51 16N 



Dudwl 

Dudzeele. 

Uwjra B. ............36 2n 

Duelioli .............57 20N 

Duellie „ ....25 30n 

Duerue .....45 41m 



DuflT 

Duffcarvick 

Duffel. 

Duffeld 

Duffield 

Duffus 



i7 87M 
I 68m 
•Jll 7M 
53 50N 
.....53 Om 
......57 42M 



Duffus Castle ^...^^ 4lM 
Duffus Castle ^^JS] 57N 
Dufton .....^........54 37N 

i Dugato ...........45 84N 

Duggleby ............54 7n 

Dugurtti ....54 In 

DuiblQ „. 58 9N 

Duicli ..................65 41 N 

Duidai Monnt.i ■,. 3 28m 
Duino, Cupe .....^46 46N 

Dulsberg ............51 86N 

Duiskie .....«...,...56 AIn 

t Duiveland .........51 30n 



buiveu ...............51 A8N 

Dukah ................20 18N 

Duke of Clareuoe's 

Duke of York's Isle 8 388 
Duke of York's aieSO ION 
i Dukella «....>...32 40n 
Dukkee, or RuIi..m30 I3n 

Duklw ..,,.. 49 34N 

Duias .....51 5~N 

Dulate L. 
Dulbenen . 



.56 47n 

.5:. |N 



20 5a 

a55W 

87 88B 

asBir 
a &8W 

3 84vr 
a 42W 

77a4w 

4 aew 

22 32b 
6 57W 
24 27a 
87 20a 
32 15a 
32 25a 
54 48a 
3 SOW 



A44W 
A 2w 

90 Oa 

3 22W 
8 37B 

74 48a 
73 25a 
16 5la 

22 28B 
16 5()a 

6 16W 

6 5w 

6 luw 

82 57w 

23 23b 

19 I8a 
21 19a 
44 AOW 

20 13B 

1 (IB 
88 35a 

2 4aw 
43 44a 

12 58B 

147 lUa 

4 .'MW 
27 22B 

5 2,^ 
4 25W 

4 25W 
124 OW 

1 3UW 
147 45a 

87 low 
145 llB 

13 30B 

2 4W 

5 9W 
71 24B 

3 I4W 
3 9W 
32W 

6 38a 
58a 

6 15w 
85 55B 

2 4W 

69 Oa 

2 Iw 

3 4B 

14 6a 

5 17W 

70 36B 

4 33W 

3 IIW 

7 40W 

4 27B 

5UW 

1 31W 
3 85W 

3 2AW 

4 29W 

8 30W 
12 20b 

40W 

9 59W 

3 Alw 

6 19W 
66 12W 
1S40B 

6 46B 
& 22W 

4 la 
6 Oa 

81 SUB 

171 40W 

172 15W 
I3i 35w 

8 lua 
68 4JB 
31 45a 

8 54W 

5 36w 



33 
9 
59 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
81 
9 
34 
85 
43 
43 
38 
9 

30 
10 

9 
39 
44 
17 
39 
39 
23 
83 
33 
13 
13 
13 
48 
33 
33 
83 
88 
33 
A8 
^ 

9 
S8 
31 
56 
10 
44 
10 

lu 

10 

I 

8 
56 
48 
A7 
84 

7 

10 
39 

7 
10 

8 
82 

A 

39 

8 
45-1 

9 
19 
32 

9 
S9 
16 

9 
13 
19 

7 

7 

9 

8 

9 

7 
31 

7 

la 

9 
10 
88 
83 
81 
10 
18 
18 
39 

41 
41 
45-1 
44 

88 
23 

8 

9 



Namm 



Lat. 



Lono. 



No.or 
Map. 



I 58N 



Dutibollot,' 
Dunboyne 
Dun Can ............»^7 2fiN 

Duncan ......«........18 28N 

Buncan Bay........~18 SON 

Duncane ............54 46n 

Duncansby .w..~~JS8 37n 
Duncansby Head .58 39n 
Duncliurcn ............52 80n 

Duncombe B. Bee 
Norfolk I. ,.....«. 

Duncomiaek .......ja ISn 

Duncow 55 ION 

Dund ......^...,...,.,..32 A7N 

Dundaff .,.......,..^57 32n 

Dundal ................63 I AN 



Dundaletli...,.........57 29n 

Dundalk. .........54 UN 

Dundan, Bhikan P.35 On 
Oundargue Cas. .~57 40n 
Dundarro .......,,„.5I 43N 

Dundarrow Cas. ^.M 15N 
i Dundas ...............45 On 

Dundas Oroiip.,.,..37 868 
Dundas Point.«....Ji5 538 

Dundas (Upper 
Canada )...M.,....«~43 I7N 

Dundcugh Cas. ....55 UN 



Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dunderstadt , 

Dundi Goolai 

Dunduff Ca>~ 

Dundoiiald.., 

Dundonald.^. 

Dundonell. 

Oundraw 



.......56 87N 

'.......xf uON 

.,...45 (»N 

.,.^1 31 N 

ON 

55 24N 

34N 

54 36N 

...^,.^7 49N 

54 AlN 



Dundregan ............57 13N 

Duiidrum Bay ....^54 13n 

Dundry ............... 51 24N 

Dundupoor .............26 aiN 

Dundurcus Cas. ....57 32n 

Dune L..>.~............5fl 53n 

Duneaton W. ...^Jbi, 29N 

Dunira Bay 7^ 30n 

Diiiievegan Cape~.57 29N 
Dunfallaiiday ,~~,56 4In 
Ounfeeny ............54 17n 

Dunfeniilino~........M 4n 

Oun Fioii ...^.......^^6 3n 

DunganwoB, ...54 30n 

Dungarvan ...,...,52 5n 
Dungarvaii Har- 
bour ..>■«......... Jta 4N 

Dungarvon .........JV2 34n 

Dungeon L. ^.....M IOn 

Dungivcn .............54 66n 

Dunglas Castle.~.....56 56n 

Duiiglow ..^..^.^^.M b^M 
Dungopra~~~.~~.18 6n 
Duiigoumey~~~~Jil 58n 
Oungree............... 55 17N 



Dunliam, Ur. ....~52 43n 

Duniotimore ~~~>56 45n 
Dunipaee ~.~,..,~.66 2N 
Dunim ...............56 24N 

DuniRk ,...~.~~,.~56 34N 
Duiikeld ....~...~.,36 34N 



Dunkeld, Little 
Dunkerriii. 



..')6 33N 
ii 54W 
Duiikerron, Mt. ~.^l 54N 
Diinkineeiy ~~~~.i4 aSN 
Dunkirk ~~.~~~~.37 48n 
Dunkirk ~~~~~~5I 3n 

Dunkswell... 50 5^n 

Dunlavin ~.~.~~..5'l 3n 

Dunleer 53 Urn 

Dunlop ~.~~~~.~.55 43N 



.~~.30 6(18 
<~~37 468 
Ji5 ON 



Dunlop R. . 
Dunlop R.~.. 

Dunloy ~~~.. 

Dunluce .■..~.....~.5A 13n 

Dunluce, Cape -.~J15 13n 
Dunmagiasi ....~,.67 I4n 

DunmanusBay ~.^l 31 n 
Dunnuuiway~~~.~.5l 43n 
Dunmotr ......,, ......^3 60n 

DunniooD ~....~~~55 67n 

Duninore .~g6 6n 

Dunniore ~.~~~~.63 87n 
Dunmore ~~~~~~52 8n 
Dunmore(Caiitire) 53 60N 
Duninon Head ~Jia Am 
Dunmore Head ^,54 8n 
Dunmore Park 

(Kilkenny) ~~~A8 42n 
Duniuumiy ~~~~Ji4 33N 
Dunn, Ben ...... ..,.58 Un 

Dunnalong ~~~~,Ji4 6UN 
Dunnamanagli~~~54 58n 
Dunnet ~~~~~~~.58 36ii 
Dunnet Bay ~~~~Ji8 ;NiN 



»^^»_^ 



8 3liW 
629W 
6 IW 
77 32W 
77 82W 
6 8SW 
3 8w 
3 Iw 
1 17W 



6 40W 
8 38W 

68 28a 
3 4IW 
A 32B 
3 I3W 
6 23W 

67 30B 

3 12W 
8 34W 

4 68W 
75 a.6W 

141 50B 
4 17w 

80 4w 
4 13W 

8 58W 

73 OB 

74 35W 
10 17B 
66 84B 

4 43W 

4 34W 

5 48W 
A 13W 

3 14W 

4 48W 
A 49W 
a 37W 

85 S6B 

3 13W 

4 6W 
3 67W 

58 OW 

6 31w 
3 42W 

9 iUw 

3 27W 

4 38W 
646W 

7 36W 

7 33W 

7 4w 
4 19W 

6 56W 
4 30W 

8 23W 

77 anm 

8 4w 
S.<)2w 
4«a 
4 24W 

8 52W 

3 68W 

4 Ow 
3 34W 
3 34W 

7 56W 

9 54W 

8 23W 
77 IIW 

a 2aa 

3 12W 
6 4IW 
6 33W 

4 32W 

146 7a 

147 «a 
e85w 
6 29W 
6 a4w 

4 I9W 

9 42W 
9 4W 

79 84a 
4 56W 
» 47W 

6 43W 

6 attw 

A 31w 

10 3IW 

A &2W 

7 lAW 

6 Iw 
3 4;w 

7 26W 
7 I9W 
3 90W 
3 25W 



13 

12 

9 

50 

AC 

13 

9 

9 

8 

fi6 
13 
10 
38 

9 
86 

9 
18 
39 

9 
13 
10 
46 
56 
10 

46 
10 
10 
38 

46 
21 
38 
13 
10 
19 

9 

1 

9 
18 

8 
38 

9 

9 

10 

46-1 

9 
10 
13 
10 
10 
19 
13 

18 
13 
10 
13 
Hi 
M 
39 
IS 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
13 
13 
13 
48 
15 

8 
13 
19 
10 
66 
M 
13 

1 
12 

9 
13 
13 
38 
10 
10 
18 
IS 
10 
IS 

la 

13 

13 

9 
12 
18 

8 

8 



Namm. 



IlAT. 



Low. €"•«" 
liAr. 



DuniM0~~~~~~~.41 17N 
D' Urban's Group 30 3^8 
Durbungali~.~~~.,26 IIn 
Uurbuy ~~.~~~,~,50 20n 
Durckueliii~...~..~49 S6N 
Durdat ~~~,~~,~. 4 6 I5N 
Duree~~,.~,~~..~.28 M 
Duregapoor ~.~~..25 IOn 
Duren ~.~.~~.~,„60 6(IN 
Durgai, or Bundi 

Burbun R. ~~~~36 On 
Durgee~, ..,.~.,.~..,30 l£v 
t Duriinm~.~~~~.54 43n 
Durliam.....~.....~..54 47n 

Durham , 55 In 

± Durham ~~~,~..32 1U8 
X Durham ~~~~.3l 228 
f Durham (Upper 

CamKia)~~~~~~44 2nM 
Durie ~.~.~~..~.... 56 13m 
Durinisli ~.~.~.~.57 28n 
Durisdeer ~~~~~~55 19n 
Durius, Fl. ~~~~,41 Sim 
Durluch~~~~~~~.49 On 
Durmagee~~~~~~33 IOn 
Dunnen,.~..~.~....48 57n 
Dumford Point~.~29 28 
Dumford Port~.~. 1 
Durostorus ~~~~..44 
Durowly ~~~~~~26 
Durr~.~~~~.~.~~.3 1 
Durra8~~~~~~~.~35 
Durraungdra ~~~~23 
Purrit 57 



08 

ION 
tfM 
UN 

35N 

ON 
4N 
4M 

SON 

i2 49N 

1 36N 

o»^^«»i«wtf #**»** 1 41'" 

~.5I 3N 

.47 40M 

5N 

urya, Klum ~~~31 55n 

Dusan 34 23N 

Dusky Bay ~.~~~46 46s 
guweMor f ..~....,~.5 1 13n 



DurrisUo 

Durrona 

Durrow .„ 

^ursey Isli 

Dursley 

Purston 

Dartal 

Purwas 

D| 




Dussen 
Doitee R. or 

Bhugwar ~~. 
Dustgecr, Peer 
Dussno 
Dutchling 
Dutch Gut 
Dutliel 
Duttaui 
Dulteah. 
Dutton 
Duvno . 
Duxbi 



#*»<>— WKK ^ <*l 



SI 44N 

.26 On 
.25 43N 
.52 SUN 
K) 55N 
8 3(18 
^7 lUN 
.21 2lM 
46M 
.35 278 



lunr 
ortL 



.43 46N 



~6S 6N 



Duxloi 
Dva Brata 

(Two Brothers) 40 6dN 
Dverbetg ~~~~~~69 19n 

Dvergclved 57 2!)n 

Dvighlington ~~~A3 46N 
Dvina, River ~~~64 8n 
Dvina, River ~~~S6 58n 
Dvinskaki, G. ~~~64 A;;n 
Dwal River ~~~~.S1 M 
Dwang-kiyou iirtio 

Dwaruka ~~~~~~22 12N 
Dwight ~~~~~~.35 7N 
Dwy gy fylflii~~~53 16N 
Dwyka River ~~~33 208 

««•««« «««irl V'tN 



Dyau 

Dyaner 

Dybvad 

Dyce 

Dye Br. of. 
Dyer's Isle 

IWko- 

Dymac 

Dyiiie-.. 

Dymska 

D' 



.57 asN 



— 57 17N 
..~57 I3M 
.~.-~.AG 68M 

52 SIN 
.~.A7 36M 

11 59N 
..38 7N 
...54 I3N 

25 29N 

65 56N 
.67 16N 



^napoor 

{^yrlieeden , .„.. 

Dyrractiium.....~..41 80N 



JJyiBrt 

Dyiart 

Dysert . 

Dyserth~~. 

Dysker Ue 

Dysmelova 

Dysoposu 



»**»»#|<»»I#0<»»I 



7M 

ON 

...~..~.~52 6SN 

J» I8M 



J>6 
..A3 



Dyxrenroth ~. 
DsHtHadJ ~~ 
Dtianganmog. 
Dii-cnou . 



~~.~~.53 7N 
;tl 14N 



47 6N 
.i>8 27N 
.29 20N 
31 80N 
Dsirow-you L.~~~31 3n 
DsiaaghL. ~~~~.38 On 



19 27a 

146 47B 

86 OB 

6 86W 

8 12B 

9 4la 
69 17a 
90 44a 

6 26a 

67 (la 

68 21a 
1 45W 
I 34W 
3 &4W 

151 20a 
117 35B 



33 
66 
39 
19 

Of 

J6 
38 
:i9 
21 

38 
39 

$ 

7 
lu 

56 
A7 



78 4.1W 

2 60W 

6 32W 

3 4«iw 

7 low 

8 Sla 
62 13K 

8 Ala 
31 SOa 
42 lua 
27 13a 
84 lOa 
50 lOa 
76 3«a 
71 SOB 

2 25W 

3 Slw 
67 52B 

7 23W 
10 I3W 

9 21W 

3 OW 
15W 

76 40B 
71 OB 

4 6B 
166 108 41,5': 

6 46b 21 
4 57B 18 



46 
IC 

9 
10 
58 
22 
3S 
22 
44-1 
42 
59 
39 
38 
35 
39 
10 

9 
38 
13 
13 

8 

8 
15 

ao 

39 
44 



62 lOB 

60 46a 

17 Ala 

8W 

123 4«ia 

3 4BW 

82 (»K 

78 27a 

147 50a 
i7 17a 

2 37W 

lOB 

49 49b 

15 32a 
10 22a 

1 39W 
41 50B 

84 10a 
38 SOB 
31 36B 

87 A5B 

68 6a 
93 5w 

3 65W 
91 43a 

6 4gw 

3 48W 
10 23B 

a l«w 

2 9liW 
19 S7a 

4 OW 

3 43W 
3 26W 

91 27B 
62 60B 

85 OB 
10 14B 
10 SOB 
19aua 

5 7w 

7 14W 

8 3W 
3 2AW 
7 AW 

A4 14B 

16 40B 
7 48B 

35 B4B 
89 20a 
96 40B 
87 6a 
8A OB 



38 
38 
24 

8 
40 

U 
3!) 
30 
56 
33 

7 

8 

2C 

26 
85 
7 
27 
27 
27 
44 



48 

7 

44-1 

12 

9 

25 

9 

9 

44-1 

8 

9 

8 

34 

27 

39 

8A 

8A 

69 

10 

13 

13 

7 

10 

88 

69 

17 

43 

39 

A5 

S9 

39 



INDEX TO BLACK'S GENERA 



5>MBI>. 



lor. 



Liim. 



M.r. 



N«nM. 



L«T. 



Low. „,^_ 



East India Com- 

nany'* IMc -i^ I4i* 

t E irt Main S6 OM 

East Main Fiwtory 42 25m 
Eaxt Main, or 

Sliide River .nS 30m 

East Quarf 60 8m 

EaMbouHM >..^...41 Als 

Raster, High 51 48m 

Ratter Itl* i? W 

Eastern Oroup ~-T3 If" 

Rastliam M 18m 

Rastham 41 JOM 

ICiisthampitead <^M S3n 
Rastington ^>~..^M 45M 

Ra»tnor.i -'it 3n 

Riaton 58 4«i» 

EMton Al 21 N 

Easton S« 38m 

Easton Orey~~~~-M 35m 

EistonL 51 &3N 

Easton (Pennsyl- 
vania) ...40 4AN 

Eastry 51 I5M 

KwP 47 38 

EasWiclL. ...M 16N 

R;iton ....^-~..~~,43 2.IM 

Eaton « 2.1M 

Eaton ."» 36M 

Eaton SoCTMb.......^^.^ 14M 



Eaton vitli 

Rauze ^^. 

Et>ad 

Ebal Mt. . 

Ebbelylilie 

EblieAton. 

Kbclirtl«'r. 

EM. Me. 

Ebeltoft 

Ebeltoft Hay ~- 

Ebentbiirg 

Ehcrbncii ... — ... 



3 21 M 
43 .MM 
IB 1.1M 
.1> 16M 
Ml .v;tt 
M I4M 
M f>is 

M ayM 

V) I2M 

^S low 
._40 .HIM 
--49 r?!* 



Kbennnnsiadt 


^U *AM 


Ebersbacli -.. 


47 his 


Kberefeld 


.. VS 4M 


Ebernwalde ~ 


5'i! ftlM 


Rbesfilva — 


4«{ I3M 


Ebingt'n 


4H MM 


Ebis 


46 5«"M 


Eblana 


S3 4.^M 


Ebnatli 


47 16M 


Eho(la ... 


, il"! -MM 


Fb"^ J .. 


.'i 4HN 


Rb'>ra... ...« 


38 3im 


Rlwtt ~ 


-~. 31 ."WM 


Rbraoh 


4ff 49M 


Rbrach, Hiirsli 4i* 49M 



Ebu'lou I 
Ebudiim Pr. 
Ebiiraciim — 
Rbiisus I. ........ 

Kbwy It. --. 



Eccica, Isle 

Kcolefeclian 

I'cclc! 

Kccles 

Ecctcsfleld 

Rcclesliall 



lA 451 38 

76 OW 4j.1 
78 6QW 46. 1 



~.5H ttM 

.V) ai)M 

.~.A4 8M 

~J9 OM 

51 4«M 



78 Mw 


45-1 


1 12W 


10 


147 4(11 


47 


2Vr 


8 


100 low 


1 


IS4 inn 


41 


2 WW 


7 


70 OW 


47 


4&W 


8 


S 3i)w 


8 


SSSw 


8 


1 8B 


8 


I 40W 


8 


oaow 


8 


2 low 


8 


IM 


8 


7* «w 


47 


1 I9B 


8 


167 A* 


«7 


1 6w 


10 


71 a6w 


46 


71 34W 


47 


84 33W 


47 


I8w 


8 


83 33W 


48 


SB 


16 


31 OB 


42 


35 I4B 


87 


11 28B 


25 


SHW 


7 


1 filw 


7 


10 9b 


25 


10 42B 


25 


10 38B 


25 


78 4*W 


47 


8 59R 


22 


11 !« 


*t 


!<• »>B 


*i 


10 SUB 


22 


13 44B 


24 


84 42B 


U 


9 2B 


S2 


9 2«B 


17 


6 3WW 


58 


9 6b 


17 



Rbracli, Raiilie ...4» 46m 
Rbracli Reiche, R. 49 49N 

Rbro 40 42M 

Ebsdorf .« 2M 



Rcbaiana (tf tlie 

Greater Media).J4 41N 
Ecbatana (of 

(Assyria) ...~..~. 3 6 47m 
Ecbatjin I (of Atni. 

patcne) „^„, .36 ?9m 



41 37M 
45 4M 
6 4«M 
~~.-52 4!»M 
43 27M 
..VI 21 M 



FkiclesliRll ^ .t2 41 M 

Ecciesliill ..... 53 43M 

Ecclesmaclicn ~.~..55 47m 

Eccleston .. 53 26m 

Ecdeston ..^...»..^3 30m 



Rcdipp* 

Rebaffur. 

Kcliallens 

Rcliin;ie. 

R''liinns 

Kchinon.^. 

Echo L. 

Rcliota 

Ecbt 



*l10*«>»<KW«l»»i«>«W- 



33 3M 
33 4M 
46 aOM 

38 25M 

53N 
43M 
....42 lOS 

34 26N 

...^7 9N 



Fxibten ......^...^i 53n 

Ecbtemach ...~..A9 SOm 

Ecija , 37 32m 

l'>!karttberR........^l 9n 

Ecliemfoid.._.,..JM S9it 
Eckemford 

Haven „^ 84 SON 

Eckfofd .»»«».»i.«.«««..54 S2N 
Eckiiigton ,.,......«^2 3m 



34 S3B 37.43 
7 3B 42 
7 40W 

68 3B 

10 35B 

10 50B 

11 8B 
10 40B 

A2B 
I0 37B 

6 50W 
5 OW 

1 OW 
I aiB 
3 8W 



68 
38 
22 
82 
S2 
28 
89 
21 
M 
58 
58 
58 
8 



48 3.>B .30,59 
43 82B 60 



47 51(36,69 
U 44B 31 
3 l.'iW 
2 24W 

I aiB 
I 2»W 

1 33W 

2 14W 

2 27W 

3 31 W 
2 47W 
2 43W 

35 7B 
86 OB 

6 38B 
20 40B 
82 4IB 
22 4IB 
146 43B 
85 8W 

2 30W 

5 49B 

6 82B 
6 3W 

II 32B 
9 49B 



10 

10 

8 

7 

7 

8 

7 

10 

7 

7 

37 

39 

17 

34 

S4 

84 

57 

48 



18 

19 

30 

84 

85 



Eckmuhl, or 
■BflflMiUhi 



9 S3b 85 

2 27W 10 

3 6w 8 



Rdinsmpla , 
Bdinbftln „^ 



JM 2:iN 
.67 30m 



Edinbanchorjr .....^7 ION 
EdinburBli ~~.»~Jk5 57N 
X Edinburgh, 
County 55 &3n 



Bdlngham 54 46n 

Edinglght ..... rq .-Mm 

EdingbMi«....>.......47 i.tin 



Bdingkuaie. 
Edingtoa «, 
* Bdir~ 



J17 lOM 
.44 51 N 
JI4 87M 



Kdisto, Rlrw .......33 88m 

Ediip ~ <& 4.%M 

BdlunM B. ...... ...26 OM 

Edmondbyata .....^.54 61 n 



EdmoMlona «,..._j» 54n 

Edmonalon* ., 55 .'<9n 

Edmontiw 51 38n 

Edmun 55 Wn 

Edolo ,46 I4N 



Bdimdour*... 
Bdral. 



J>6 4JM 

J» 2N 



Bdrenm B. .........39 4&m 

Edrington 45 47m 

Edrom ...,..,.....,55 47N 

BdumlB .32 9m 

Rdward Mt .'{.1 338 

Edward Pr. ..........44 3m 

Edwmrd, Pt. C. St. 37 8m 

Edwards, Fort 40 I6N 

Edwardson C. .....U7 08 

Edwardmrllle .......38 40m 

Kdull ,,66 60m 

E«lde 43 7n 

JUl I4N 
14 lOM 

52 39m 



Rem Til. 
Ren, Isle 
Eerden .. 
Eenwl .. 
EMhie,GI< 
Kern Oglilu 
Eifefden 
Effort 



41 21 N 
47 3M 



....."W 36m 

...48 I9m 
...18 VSm 
hVO* or Teffe —^ 8 448 
J^igin, Ben .......... Jt? 30n 

Kgelsnofwi .........47 ."Wm 



Egcinark 

Egrahoreal 

Bgw 



J» 4 IM 

. I 448 
JW) 4W 



Eglinglmni 
EglisB Iile 
Eglian ~~ 
Rglisli 



rfwxww*^»w 



rfiMai^d^^fc^ii 



4 l.lw 10 

6 84W 9 

2 &3W 9 

3 IIW 10 



10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

47 

36 

48 

36 

38 



Egcr. Riv«r........~..'Mi 3iin 

Egerl ... 47 Hn 

Bgeri, LBk«>.>.~y47 6m 
Egrrlingen .........47 I9m 

Enamws ............. J>4 4nM 

Egershdm ..........48 .IOn 

Egersund ............58 23n 

Egg Isle 49 45N 

En Harbour, 

Great and Inlet 39 20M 
Enllarbonr, 

Little and Inlet 39 30n 
EKg Rock .............60 Am 

V^\ 8 34M 

Ena 9 OM 

Eitgae ........ M I4N 

Einreer, Gl. 26 44M 

Rwten ...........46 I4M 

Eegenfelden ...-.-.48 84N 
Rxgleston -.-...-~J4 37m 
l-::gerberg-.-..~~~~46 I8M 

Kggie ..,...., -/'7 14M 

EgK<wyl.— ..........46 4.1N 

Emtlofslieiin ~~.~48 53n 

Egimeg 

Egguaguent. 
Eglinm 
Egheita, El 
^n ..-..>« 
Rgleklit — 
Egletons . 



3 17w 
3 49W 

2 49w 
S OW 

3 8w 
68 40W 
41 Ha 
80 27W 
36 44B 
60 20b 

1 68W 

5 6W 
389W 
4w 
8 8W 

10 I4B 

3 4IW 
36 20b 
89 I6B 

8 4W 

8 I6W 
.35 20B 

147 22B 

77 30W 

7H 43w 

91 27W 
168 OB 

89 51W 

2 43W 

6 33b 
6 25B 

11 40B 

6 27B 
5 IRB 
S .MW 

3H 32B 
14 OB 
77 «w 
64 52W 
S I2W 

9 9B 

11 80B 
49 25W 

12 82B 88,33 
14 5B S3 

8 36B 
8 37B 

7 48B 

4 8IW 
7 40B 

5 55B 
67 7»r 



jm;36m 

.34 33N 

25 51 N 
39 7m 
-49 84M 
44 84N 
-J14 S8M 
.-JK) ION 
....47 34N 
..JtK 87N 



Rglish, Lake 

Eglisli na Braren 56 17n 

Egloshale .■ 5 SIN 

Egtsyaeni A2 IN 

Eglwys ...... .».■»... .41 54N 

Eglwysfair 
Eglwys Faeh . 
EglwysRhot. 
Bglwytdan ^ JH 35n 



Egmondaan Zee..Ji2 >Rn 
Egmont-binnen ~J>8 37n 

^^NMr*l^aSud) 99 188 
Egmont, Cape 
HCape Breton) w46 06n 
Bmiont Mt. or 
Tanaaki ........ J9 16a 

Egmont, Port 



10 
8 
10 
31 
10 
37 
36 
10 
10 
87 
56 
46 
48 
47 
57 
47 
10 
IR 
18 
2'. 
18 
IH 
9 
36 
81 
60 
52 
9 
17 
84 
54 



17 
17 
17 
10 
16 
86 
46 



74 30W 47 

74 IIW 47 

95 Aw 45-1 

8 lOa 42 

6 48B 

10 I6B 
32 57B 

7 60B 

12 38B 

8 OW 

7 6IB 

3 4W 

r 47B 

13 3B 

5 39W 

11 S5B 

33W 
32 OB 
39 OB 
35 15B 

8 8B 

1 6IW 

2 57W 
8 32B 

6 47W 
646W 
6 I6W 

4 47W 
4 41W 
4 36W 

4 36W 

3 48W 

5 4>iw 

3 17W 

4 37B 
4 39B 



Namm. 



I.*t. 



Loim. 



No. or I 
Map. I 



N«l|ri, 



l,«T. 



48 

86 

43 

17 

88 

7 

17 



17 

28 

10 

44 

8 

43 

36 

87 

16 

7 

9 

22 

18 

18 

10 

8 

8 

8 

8 

? 

8 
18 
18 



m 46B 41,57 

60 84W 46 

174 lis 41,67 



El naiil-.-.-. » 7N 

El-Riddah-.— .— .25 14n 
El Bukkery -..-...ro &4n 
El Ekaebe ..........3:1 On 

El Ekseif WeiiB-.25 3n 
El Eyar»e-........-.32 I6n 

El Feet, River ...31 46n 
Rl Gem...-...— ...24 20n 
Bl Giiedea WeiU 26 5.%N 
El Guim 



Rl Hamid. 
Bl Hanb.. 
EIHua 
Rl Hiisn. 
El Kamniar. 
ElKaar. 
El Kasr 
El Kon River 
El Mnsun ...-. 
•» El Meietrna 
El Mnrro> 
Bl Musmeik. 
El Plan. 



.33 1.4N 
.29 4(iN 
.29 35N 
33 46N 
S7n 
33 37n 
'.;5 36N 
.38 25N 
.35 l.'IN 
.17 I8N 

M 2(iN 
6N 
.33 I5N 

i 32N 



El-Wah, vr 

Great Oasis .—.26 On 
El-Wah ol niiiirbi, 

or LenKer 0:uiii.-27 62m 

El Walen ..>5 53N 

Elaacli .-.. W.-...-47 35n 



68 2fiR 
61 35R 
38 17b 
4 3!mr 
6 4W 

4 46W 
8 7w 

31) 44B 

5 sow 

4 44w 

5 20W 

5 53w 
35 46B 

35 56B 
36S7B 
29 Ob 
20 Ob 

6 I2W 
33 OB 
41 3GB 
88 20w 

36 338 
17B 



Elachnave 

Elaea. 

Els 

Rlaeum. 

EkMu*. 

RUgh. 



KInFi. Vai. of. 
• Elamlra-. 
Eland Fountain 
Kland Vailey. 
EUnds 
KiandsruK. 
Elanid 
Elaplionosia 
Elatea M. - 
Elath 

Klfttlfl *9mm0o*0m», 

Elba, Isle. 



.-JMi I4N 
..19 I4N 
JM 54N 
tl IIN 
6UN 



■#Mi«M<Mw«AA InM 




.29 .12N 
..38.16N 
.42 47N 



Elbe, MiKitli of _A1 54N 
Elberfeld ...........51 I6n 

RIbcrton .-.- M 3n 



Elkes, Kmai of — 34 148 
Elbinir 54 SON 



Elboeuf 



-49 18N 
-43 8N 



Elbrous Mount 

Elbur, M.of 36 85m 

Elburg........ ..S>i 37N 

Elchanka .—.—44 40n 

Elchanka..- — .12 .16n 

Elchanka 51 40n 

Eldie— ~— ~.'tt S2N 

Elche.-..~- 38 I5N 

Elehies, E. ..-~-JI7 29n 

Elchiea, W... 67 28N 

Eldiingen 48 29n 

Elcho Ca. — .— -.tJ6 22n 
Elda— — 38 29M 

Elde, River S3 84N 

Elde, River, New 53 IOm 

Elden 51 58M 

EMerbeck— .— .65 4m 

Bhienlle 42 398 

Eidenlie ...44 Mm 

Elderton 57 49N 

Eiilon Range ~.-~4l 548 

BldrickHUl 55 13M 

Eldsighen Nor — 33 .16N 

ElO #wh»^*i*^-*^<i*»<^^***oi» O Inn 

Ele, River 44 IOm 

Ele, River... 47 82m 

Eleaieh 31 48m 

Rlegta .-...-.~~~-3!> ■'MiN 
Elengton -..—..^.4:2 22m 
ElenoTsk -....,.... 5 6 SON 

Elephant Isle ''I Ite 

Elephant River -.27 M 
Elephantine L. —.24 4n 
Elephaa Pr. ..-... - II SON 

Eletot— . .49 49N 

Eleuia— .. 36 89n 

Eleuais 38 SOJJ 

Eleusli .— .-.-.~» 3 H 8N 

BleusW, H. of 38 ON 

Bleuthera. «r 

Ethera, lite "^'^S ION 
EleutheropoUs«"<3i 37n 

Elenther* 38 9n 

Bleutherua R. —..34 4SN 
Eleven-point R..~.36 28N 
Elfkarleby .— — 60 Mn 

Elft'os. ...62 ON 

Elfvedul 61 16N 

Elga S? 4JN 



63 
38 
36 
44 
44 
44 
44 
43 
44 
44 
44 
44 
36 
36 
36 
43 
43 
44 
36 
36 
60 
36 



29 40b 43 



ii 



89 24b 
27b 

8 36B 

4 48W 
20 3IB 

27 4B 
31 24B 
20 24B 

7 40W 
34 67B 
.*» 14R 
23 44a 

22 4r>B 

20 388 

21 .'MIX 
37 7" 

82 !>h% 

23 13B 
34 OB 

22 46B 
10 188 

9 OB 

7 I2R 
88 43W 
81 47b 
19 84B 

69B 
43 4HB 
60 SOB 

5 4!IB 
48 IIB 

45 49B 

46 20B 

2 8W 
44W 

3 13W 
S 16W 

10 6B 
3 20W 
SlW 

10 48B 

11 128 
5 518 

3 IIW 
147 lOB 

4 24W 
4 8W 

146 46B 
436W 

90 23B 
71 32W 
74 SOB 

1.39 lOB 
3S54B 
41 lOB 

30W 
58 40B 
65 40W 
.10 OB 
32 58B 
50 SOB 

29W 
34 8B 
3S32B 

83 3IB 

28 33B 

76 16W 
34 S6B 
83 37B 
36 3B 
90 43w 
17 49B 
14 46B 
14 OB 

12 44B 

8 SOB 



43 
44 

17 
10 
69 
49 
49 
69 
18 
37 
.16 
44 
44 1 
44 
44-1 
.16 
34 
34 
37 
34 
31 
85 
81 
48 
44 
84 
10 
28 
.18 
18 
27 
28 
3H 
29 
89 

9 

9 
22 
10 
29 
SI 
81 
18 
10 
67 
10 

9 
57 
10 
.39 
53 
.15 
35 
37 
59 

8 
87 

1 
44-1 
69 
58 
15 
09 
34 
34 
34 

50 
37 
.14 
60 
48 
26 
26 
36 
26 



Elleg Wr 
KlleHfield 
Elleslioy -. 
Ellesinere-.. 
Eliorniore and 
Ciiestcr Ca. 
Rllexells— — . 
EiliTiitb -,-.-. 
Bilic 'i Group 
Mlicbpoor 
Elikoi 

Rllngegaard 
El lingham— ..— 55 sir 
EIHngliani-.-.-.-.60 mi 

Elliot —.11 191' 

EllioUton Tr. — .Vl 4H^ 

Eliiot!«viilo - 42 151 

Ellis, Fort —.-..44 \\i 
Ellis, Island..— -.'.;4 24^ 



...Mt I.M 
..51 121 
^X» 5fil 
-.52 45^ 

JM 551 

—10 4.11 

.10 461 

9 08 

21 311 

7 .141 

.14 44K 



Bilisland 
UliUville 
El ion 
Elloor. 



^*»»**»«iO»»0»» 



45 8r 
.31 .18' 



^«'#*«X»W « l«>#0 



.-J>7 22J 
16 38^ 

Eliora-.-.— .—— 20 ar 
Elloughton -—..43 44a 
H .18' 
.S4 OK 
.12 .1!>N 
.13 .^3^ 
46 .14A 
42 25« 
.14 I4N 
-M 45^ 
.31 3rn« 
^2 27A 
Elmore ......-...,-.41 40a 

Elmoeell, S s.i .Kin 

Elmseell. N 53 X* 

Elntsliorn — —.— .M 479 
Elmstead..— — JSI I3.> 

Elovntka -. 51 4' 

Elp 52 54' 

Elpiiin— . S3 .III 

Eiphinston Hay—. -im 
Elphinstono -.—54 54a 
El^io 43 I6N 



Ellwangen— .. 

Eliy Ilarbour-.. 

Elm 

Elm 

Elm. 

Eimdon 

Elmenaleh 

Elmenhort 

Elmind River 

Elmly 



* Elpisar»~ 

Eirick 

Rirington. 



-«— .J4 I8N 
—.-.47 i?8N 
..12 4^ 



Elsa, River .- 43 43N 

Risaut ,....>....— 42 36n 



Klsdon 
RIseridgelui 
I' Isfleth 
Elsick 
Elsing. 
Elslnore-.. 
Elslad— . 
Elsneas — 
Elspeel — > 
Elstead -.. 
Blister 
KIsler River. 
Elsterwardi 
Ettton 
Elstree 
Etsworth 
Elsworth 
Eltenbostel 
Elter Wr 
Eitisley .. 
Eltham ... 
Eltman -. 
Elton —I—.— .—..—. 



.16 Uh 

.S5 40M 

.M I4N 

47 161 

42 44 N 

-..Vi In 

-.5;! 5«iA 

-,5!» I5> 

-.42 Ii.> 

— 51 IIIA 

.V> 43N 

\m 

41 27A 

.13 lA 

51 3HN 

—42 10^ 

....... «....4o .»/ ^ 

-.42 t»* 
.—.54 26k 
-J52 1.1! 
-Jil 20' 
.-.49 64A 

52 aiA 

Eitonsk, Lake— ..49 6> 

* Eluco>.. .....14 6' 

Eluaa —.—.—...-..3 1 4' 



Elvanfootlnn — .J14 26' 



.14' 
.-61 29i 

-42 241 
.-.43 6' 



Elvas 
Elvedal 
Elver 
Elverden 

Elwend MU.— .-..34 60i 
Elwick .........— .... 6 5 361 

.JI6 111 



£1 y rf^»ji##^»»#»*^*»i 



w62 85i 



li 



Biymais— 33 80a 

ilyton. .........,i 3 3 311 



Eiz, River— —48 18i 

Eltaoh ,48 181 

Blae..- "ig 71 

Ematsbaeh m— .-47 19i 

Emba, Gulf of 47 Oi 

Emba, River 47 30i 

Emblalet ——.-.36 48i 
Embleton -.-..,,-.64 40i 
Bmbleton— — ~6.1 m 

Embo .87 551 

Embrach < 4 7 30i 

Embnin.M., 44 34i 

Embsay......»......'>S3 69i 

Embsbull .»-.<-, ~<54 49i 



S GENERAL ATLAS. 



17 



NAMri. 



I,«T. 



I«>Na. 



No. OP 
M p. 



Mamm, 



I.AT. 



Low). 



No.or 
BlAr. 



El leg \Vr. 
Kliehtield ._ 
Elleslioy ^ 
Ellminere^.^ 
Klli'i^niore und 
Cliefttcr Ca. 
EdexellR...,^^ 

Ell>nitli 

Ellic Nnroup 

h lliclipuor 

Elikoiw...^ 

E'liiigesnard 

ElliiiRlii 

Ellinglii 

Elliot 



.^Ml IAN 

..fil I2N 

^:a 5()N 
Jii fi5N 



so 

37 
M 
M 
48 
S6 
S6 
3fl 
86 

i: 



M Mi* 
-10 4.'JN 
M 46N 

!) 08 
.21 21 N 

17 34N 

M WW 

3lN 

I) am 
.3;i i!m 

M 4HN 
.^42 ISN 



Elliotnton Tr 

ElliotKvillo . 

Ellin, Fort 

Ellis. U\»nd„,..,^)i& 34n 

Ellinland ........^..M 8n 

EllUville 31 .38N 

Ellon ,.,^^ 67 2'2n 

Elloor 16 38N 

Ello n i>«»^.^»»»^##»»»»# 2 3N 
Elloughton .>»».».J13 4AN 

IH :.8N 

A4 »N 
.W 3!IN 
.S3 33N 
.46 55N 
M ?ftN 
.34 14N 
Ji:i 4AN 
Jll 3()N 

-52 27N 

..^1 SON 

.-.'.3 3(iN 

ja 37 N 

-M 47N 

51 13N 

61 4N 

.^52 »4N 

>_M .'.IN 

-/its 



Ellwange 

Elly Ilarbour 

Elm 

Elm 

Elm 

Elmdon 

Elmenaleli 

Elmenliort ~ 

Elmind River 

Elmly 



Elmore 
Elmoeell, H 
Elmseell, N 
Klmgliorn <. 
I'^lmitead^. 
Elovatka 
Elp 

ElpliiiK 

Elphinctoii I<.i> 
Elphinttono ^^,,M 5SN 

Elpidio 43 16N 

• ElpJ»ar»— .~~~3ft 1«M 



Rlrick 

Etrington 

Elaa, River 
Rlsaiit 
Flidon . 
Elseridgehi 
I- lifleth 
Elsick 

EUing. 

Elrinor e >»»«»»'»' 

EltlBd..</~~.r~. 

Elsnew 

Klupeel 

KIstead 

Ellster 

KIsler River, 

Ebterward 

Elston 

KIttree 

Eliworth 

EUworth ^ 

Eltenboatel 

Elter Wr. 

Eltisley ^.^^ 

Eltham ^^ 

Eltman 



.87 i'RN 
M 4N 

43 43N 

, 42 86N 

5S UN 
.&.5 40N 
A3 UN 
.57 •6N 
A2 44 N 

Vt IN 

KJ 56N 

8!> I5N 

.>-.52 ItiN 

..~S1 ItiN 

55 43N 

l!)N 

,11 27N 

53 IN 

51 38N 

„.«.~52 l«N 

.46 37 N 

.,^2 4«N 

...M 26N 

,,^2 IflN 

^M 2«N 

^4!» 64N 

52 aiN 

Eitonsk. Liike..,..^9 5n 

* ElucOf." ».«..34 6n 

Eliua^^^^ ~3I ^'^ 

Elvanfootlnn ..<».Ji5 26N 

Elvas -38 MN 

Elvedal 61 29" 

Elverden ^^3 24m 

Elviton ^« »,». JH 6N 

Elwend Mt».^. » .>» J 4 SON 

Elwick «.... S 5 36M 

Ely<.~.<i « »'<« S 6 llN 

Ely >S2 8ftN 

± BIymaii 33 SON 

filyton. 33 31N 

Eli, RlTcr 48 18n 

Eloich. . -*" IB" 

BI»e!Z..— '■ !>» 7i» 

Einatibiiefa <»«>«>«> '47 ICn 

Emte, Oulfof 47 ON 

Emba, River <-~~47 SON 
Emblalet «.mm^»"~35 4Rn 
Embleton <..««■>., ~S4 40n 
Embleton~.~~.~~S5 xm 

Embo M. .67 MM 

Embrseh ~~~~~~4« 30N 

Euiljnin ^4 34w 

EmbBay~~~~~~~'S3 S9n 
Embsbtill ~~~-~~54 4»N 



:i 68w 

1 MV 
9 5iiK 
S J3\v 

2 44nr 

3 3Uk 
IH UR 

178 AOK 

77 2rt 

8 48B 
11 3.->B 

I 43«V 

1 47W 
90 low 

4 34W 

78 46W 
<i3 27w 
80 Hm 

3 4i'W 
89 21w 

2 5w 
80 5!»K 
7S 8B 

32W 
10 HR 
10 2W 

I Ob 

9 12b 

9 OB 

1 4lw 

4 S4B 
10 16b 
60 30B 

8 18W 

2 20W 
1 I6W 
1 16»r 

9 .'I9r 

1 IB 
43 2»B 

6 38B 
8 low 
124 nOB 

2 58W 
13 458 
40 1KB 

2 7W 

1 43w 

10 52b 

36w 

2 7w 

3 30w 

8 3lB 
2 ISW 

1 2K 

12 37R 

2 6W 

2 34W 

5 47B 
42w 

6 28w 

13 21 B 
13 33B 

58W 

I7w 

2W 

6H 26W 

9 42b 

3 4w 
9w 
3B 

10 4RR 
24W 

46 34B 
42 23b 
34 46R 

3 40W 

6 58W 

11 OB 

5 36W 

41B 
9 29W 

48 8SB 

1 49W 

2 49w 
14B 

48 30b 
86 S8w 

7 44B 

6K 
9 44B 

10 I6B 
54 201 
54 40B 
16 23B 

1 SOW 
1 38W 

4 OW 
8351 

6 28B 
I SOW 

8 47B 



9 

8 

25 

8 

7 
19 
24 
41 
39 

>7 
2S 

7 

8 
48 
10 
47 
46 
48 
10 
48 

9 

:» 

39 
7 

22 

12 
8 

21 

17 
8 

44 

25 

35 

13 
8 
7 
7 

25 
8 

28 

18 

12 

40 

10 

31 

36 
9 
8 

31 

16 
7 

10 

91 
9 
8 

25 
7 
9 

18 
8 

10 

24 

24 
7 
8 
8 

47 

21 

7 

8 

8 

22 

H 

28 

36 

37 

10 

80 

26 

15 

8 

8 

38 

7 

10 

8 

Stf 

48 

18 

22 

21 

82 

35 

35 

32 

7 

7 

9 

17 

16 

7 

85 



Enfah~~~~~~~~~34 I8n 
Endoviclitciia ~.~^l 4Iin 
t Bndraclit't 

Endrupliolm ...»«. 65 32n 
KneHnicado de 

Murcir ~~~~~.J7 45n 
£nebo6 »<»~#»» ~ ~i«6a 7^ 
Eneda .~~~~.~>~.47 2n 
Enfleld ~~~~m~~J(1 40n 



36 Ob 
39 llB 

116 OB 
8 40B 



.16 
2U 

41 
25 



Enford 

Engano, Cape 

Engano, Cape 

Engano Po. I«le 

Kngares. 

Engedl , 

Engelbacli. 

Engelberg 

Englefleld ~,~.~~A1 26n 

EDgelliartBell~~~~48 31n 

Engelholm ~.~~~S6 lt*N 

Engeltholm ~.~~~55 43n 



1 ION 

18 40N 
lu 4:tN 

5 268 

.~J7 ION 

.31 29N 

67N 



Engen~~~~~~~~~47 5 IN 
Enger~~~~~~~~~52 !)N 
Engliion~~~~~~~.50 3!)n 
Engiavung ..~~~~^16 6n 
± England.~~„...~J>2 (in 
EngliHli Bazaar ~,24 55n 
English l)icknor~Ji I Aon 
EngliAh Port 

(Guatimala)~~~ R 4Hn 
Engnl~.~~~~~~~..'<9 SIN 
Engonas R. ~~~~. o 35s 

Engiierii ~~~~ 39 In 

Engusuh ~.~~~~^S1 S8N 
EnTiallow ~~.~~~.59 9n 
Enham Knights .~5 1 14n 
Enkhuizen ~~~~J>2 43N 
l!jikSping ~~~~.~JU» 40N 
Enna ~~~~~~~.~.37 33n 
Enned, W. ~~~~.27 40N 
Ennel, Lough ~~~53 27n 
Ennerdale~~~~~~54 31 n 
Ennerdale Wat~JS4 31 n 

EnnerieWr. 57 21 n 

Enne«hatteno]lilM3 i>n 
Ei.netbulil~~~~~~47 14n 
Ennicb L. ~.~~~~.t)7 4n 
EnnU~~~~~~~~~52 51N 
Enniicorthy ~>~~.52 30n 
Enniskerry ~~~~JS3 ION 
Enniakerry blea ~,^2 4i)N 

Enniskillen 54 21 n 

Ennoch ~~~~~~~J>6 44n 
Ennoch ~~~~~~~.S4 SIn 

Ennoch R .i S B 53n 

Enns, River ~~~~.48 15n 
Eno~~~~~~~~~~(>2 56N 
Enoch, Loch ~~~S5 8n 
Enodock ~~~~~~S0 34n 
23s 
68 2HN 
1 13N 
.40 43N 
.40 4l)N 
40 48N 
57 45N 
52 IIN 
61 47N 

4 3<W 
I .V)N 

.4)1 44N 
.~.52 1«N 

5 l!»N 
1« SON 
l« SON 



46W 

8 lUB 

9 -JR 

5W 

1 48w 
68 2:iW 

122 14B 
102 lOR 

25 30R 

35 26B 
8 32B 

8 25B 
1 SW 

14 OK 
13 47B 

9 UB 

8 46B 
H 3»B 
3 fiSB 

9 I7« 

1 3<W 7, 8 
RH 12b 39 

2 3(iW 8 



29 
26 
17 
8 
8 
SO 
40 
40 
34 
37 
21 
17 
8 
23 
26 
25 
22 
21 
19 
25 



Mamii. 



Ifiim, 



No.n* 




Enon 

Enontekeis 

Enos 

Enos 

Eni 

Enos, Gulf of 

Ensay, Isle 

Enscliede ... 

Enslian 

Knson. 

Enstone, 

Ensweilcr 

Enter 

Entetkinefooi 

Entlibuch ~. 

Entlibuch 

Bntradas 37 Son 

Entraguea 44 3ttN 

% Entre Douro e 

Minho ~~M~~~>.4I 3fiN 
t Entre Rios ~.~.3i :iOs 
Entrecasteaux, 

Channel d'~~~~.43 ISs 
Entrecasteaux Pt. 34 SOs 
Entrecasteaux, 

Port d' ~~~~~~34 52s 
BntrevHUX~~~~~-43 6«n 
Bntwistle ~~~~~~5:< 39n 
Envill ~.~~~~.-~~52 2UN 
Etiweilengeii~.~~~-1R •*>'* 
Enyicke~~~~~~~.4H 6;N 
Eiiyicke~~~.~~~~48 3%iN 

t Enz 48 67N 

Knz River ~. 49 ON 

Enieli #~..~»....'~ 3 7 un 
Eiiielle ~~~~~~~m)7 30n 
Epauvillers ~~~~.47 20n 

Epe ^ 52 22N 

Eperies ~~~— .~~~48 57N 
EpemRy~~»~~~~~49 3n 
Epemon ~~~~~~48 37n 
Epfendorf~~~~~~48 14N 
Ephesus 37 S5N 27 20B 36,59 



83 47w 
30 I8B 
73 SOW 

45W 
4 20R 
3 8W 

1 2!«W 

6 17B 
17 2B 
14 15K 
33 4b 

7 22W 
3 29W 

3 24W 

4 33W 
90 I3W 

9 13K 
3 49W 

8 67W 
6 34W 

6 12W 

9 32W 

7 38W 
3 23W 

5 SW 

3 3W 
14 32E 
311 llB 

4 26W 

4 64W 

25 33B 
22 SB 
27 37B 

26 H« 
26 lOB 
26 12B 

6 S9W 

6 55B 

1 ^aw 

16 t'R 

1 27W 

7 21B 

6 35B 
3 SOW 

8 3B 

8 IB 

7 fSW 

2 33B 

8 18W 
59 20W 

147 20b 
116 28R 

116 SB 

6 49B 
2 2SW 

2 16W 

9 OB 
81 15B 
81 1«B 

9 lOB 
9 lOB 

39 14B 
49 2SB 

7 7« 

5 &8B 
21 17B 

3 B7B 
1 40B 

8 36B 



49 
36 
52 
29 
44 

9 

8 
IH 
^6 
5!t 
43 

12 

7 

7 

9 
47 

17 
9 

13 

13 

13 

13 

12 
9 

10 
9 

23 

27 
10 
H 
44-1 
27 
33 

ai 

36 
33 

9 
18 

8 
42 

8 
82 
18 
10 
17 
17 
3i 
16 

30 
63 

67 
41 

67 
16 
7 
8 
22 
83 
83 
82 
18 
36 
38 
17 
18 
83 
15 
15 
82 



ICrewasli Cn. 
Kreyato, Hlver 
Krfa, Rlvor 
Erfurth ~.~. 
Eria, River 
Eriboll 
Eribol, Luch 
Ericeyra 
Ericht, Loch 
Ericiit R, 



<w«»#»»*»»^ 



###«>##M<«MM 



Ji2 65N 

,.6 8N 

9 41N 

SRN 

.41 S7N 

58 27N 

58 31 N 

..38 58N 

.66 49N 

.56 4aN 



lOricht R.~.~~~~.&6 38N 
F.rick ~~.~.~~~...47 31N 
Eridale ~~~~.~~~57 SON 

Erie (Alabama) ~.33 40N 
Erie, Fort~~~~~~42 S6n 
Eriesach ~~..~~.>,46 68n 

Erie's Fiord 63 ON 

Erigal Trougli~~~64 23n 
Erigne ~~~~.~~~47 24n 
Erineos ~~~~~~~.38 17N 
E«rincos ^ij^w^^^^^oo^^^^^jo W* 
Ering~~~~~~~~~48 17" 
Erisa L«~~~~.~~~66 36N 
Eriska ~~~~~~~.S7. 5n 

Erisort, Loch St) 9n 

Erissos ~. 30 ION 

Eriswell~~~~~~~.62 24N 

Erite~.~~. ~~~.43 CN 

Erith ~~~~.~.~~..51 29N 
Eriish 
Erivan 
Erivelde~.~.~~~~J>l llN 

Erke 62 47n 

Erkhelet ~~~~~~S8 63n 
Eriaa ~~~~~~~~~S6 48N 
Erlach ~.~~~~~~47 2N 

Eriaf, River 48 14n 

Erlau~~~~.~~~~.47 55n 
Erlau, River ~~~47 42n 
Eriangen ~~~~~~49 33i( 
Eribach, Market~.49 28n 
Erier.bach~~.~~~.46 41N 
Eriesok ~~~~~~~.55 28n 






5 14N 
47 41 N 
52 lUN 
.25 .TON 
29N 



Erioif. 
Ermatingen 
Ermelo 
Kmieiit ~.. 
Erne, Lough 
Erne, Luugh, 

Upper .....~.~«>54 14N 
Erne, River~~~~.r64 SON 
Emee ~~~~~~.~~48 17" 
Ernest L~~~~~~m46 53S 
Emmerich ~~~~.5l 52N 
Emuz ~~~~~~~..-'i7 24N 
Erocourt ~~~~~~49 43N 
Erosa ..~~.~~~~~.46 47N 
Eroulkia ~.~~~~~55 2N 
£rplenzell~~~~~~49 2N 
Err, River ~.~~..47 29N 
Erra~. ~.~~..~. ~ .39 3n 
Erraid, Isle ~~~~.56 18N 
Erranaboas It. .~~24 SON 
Errick, Stratli~~~57 I4N 
Errickstane Braes SS 23n 

Erridal>...~ .57 41N 

Errigal Keerogue..54 28N 
Erris, Head ~~~~.54 I8N 
Erriye, River ~.~.5:) 36N 
Krrude ~~~~~~~.ll 17" 

Eri'ol .~~~.56 23N 

Krromango lsle~.~18 508 
Erwliwyl ~~~~~~47 22N 
Urskine ~.~~~~~~ S 5 65N 
Erskine R. ~~~~.32 7> 
Ertcnbach~.~~~~.47 17N 
Ervalen ~~~~~~~J!)7 81 n 
Ervasti ~.~~~..~Ui5 43N 
firvedal, O. ~~~~.39 SN 
Ervede~~~~~.~~~51 36N 
Ervedelra ~~.~~~.39 68n 
Ervillers ...... ».~...» 5 8N 

Ervoes -41 47n 

Ervy~.~~.~~~~~.48 4N 
Eryurte ~~~~~~~a)3 08 
Erythrseum Mare 13 ON 
Erythrae ~~~~~~38 21 N 
Erythron ~~~~~~32 b2N 

± KrzeGeblrge ~.5t» 30N 

Erzen~~~~~~~~~52 3N 

£rzen~~~~~~~~~3H 12n 

jLrzw.~<w..*.........w *if™ 

iSrzingan ~~~~~~39 32N 
Erzoog, Bay~~~~.28 46N 
Enrouni ~~~~~~39 S4N 
Erzvog B. ~~~~~. 2 8 SON 

l-:s KIwak B. 25 SON 

E8beck~~~~~~~.~52 9n 
EecaculieB~~~~~~60 43N 
Escadn ~~~~~~~.23 I SB 
Escniclio ~.~~~~.21 24S 



I I6W 
64 S2W 

9 17b 
11 2B 
5 40w 
4 41W 
4 38W 

9 26W 
4 22W 

4 26W 
3 low 

8 OR 

5 43W 
80 7w 
87 68W 
79 OW 
14S4B 

42 aow 

6 58W 
35W 

82 Ob 
21 33E 
13 6K 

6 4W 

7 17W 

6 24W 
26 OB 

32B 
37 65B 

lOB 
35 25B 
44 35B 

3 4SB 

7 36W 
35 18B 
25 S2B 

7 7B 
15 14B 
20 27B 
2(» 64B 

II 2B 

10 42B 
7 33B 

39 56B 

9 28B 
9 SB 

5 36B 
32 35B 

7 SOW 

7 32W 

8 17W 
068W 

167 3B 

6 lOB 
41 S2R 

1 58B 

9 44)B 
51 25B 
12 24B 
20 30b 

8 19W 

6 33W 
83 20B 

4 26W 
3 3UW 
S46W 

7 4W 

9 68W 
9 40W 

77 46B 

3 12W 
169 17b 

7 34B 

4 88W 
149 7> 

836B 
33 31 B 
84 SOB 

7 44W 

8 82B 
868W 
3 SOB 
7 22W 
3S5B 

64 45W 

63 OB 
26 29B 
32 15B 
18 35B 
13 OB 

9 14B 
41 BOB 

40 40B 
39 45B 
48 12B 

41 2UB 
48 16B 
S0 42B 
10S8B 

1 66a 
46 9W 

64 low 



7 

a 

22 
24 
34) 

9 

9 
30 
10 
10 
10 

17 
9 
47 
48 
46 
U 
45 
12 
15 
34 
34 
32 
10 
9 
9 
36 
8 
69 
8 
60 
28 
19 
13 
36 
27 
17 
23 
23 
23 
22 
22 
17 
27 
25 
17 
18 
43 
12 

18 
12 
15 
67 
21 
36 
16 
17 
87 
28 
S3 
SO 
10 
68 
9 
10 
9 
12 
12 
IS 
39 
10 
41 
17 
10 
56 
17 
27 
87 
3«) 
21 

ai 

15 
30 
16 
64 
68 
69 
69 
69 
23 
21 
36 
36 
36 
38 
36 
38 
38 
21 
1ft 
54 
63 



TU «a.tjuwu m 



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I 



1 



DodUii 53 IN 

Doolky Douley — 31 59N 

Uooluo .^ . 2 8 07" 

DouiiioKulu .^^.^S SM 
Dooiiiut It. .^..^^a l«8 
Uoon .....».»~~~~&5 18-v 
Uo(>nCuatle..,~~~35 1.'«n 
Dooii, Loci) ^,.^,.,55 I5N 
l)oon MuiititRiiiiuJi^ 3UN 
Doun Kiver ......^^2 ^i?" 



i8 AIM 
...^....Si S(iN 

»8N 



D.Hinali 
Djonane 
Duone « 
Dooiigro 

•>i)onkar 

iKtup.uid .M>~w«~.IA 6&it 

Door ...... ')3 :20N 

Doora Abbey ..^~.>l 68n 

Doorin Pt. . — .~J>4 3(JM 
Doom .....^...f.....5'2 2N 
)ourn, Littlo, 11.31 oQa 
l>(torii 11. Ureat ~.:U •■i6» 
Doorntpyk ^,,,~„^i 20N 

Dooaliak, or Jel- 

iRlabad 31 Ms 

Dor, VurA...^..~...ti 3<«n 
Dora Uaitea, K..~4.'> liN 
Dora Itiuaria, U. 45 5n 
Dorado R. .~.v.~..24 6s 

Doraey .~,~~~ &8 4n 

DoraU <..J>7 12n 

Dorak ^... ..^> 4<>n 

Doraktton, Cape. -.0 On 
Uoraii Uon .....,.^36 33N 
Dorat, Ltt ...,.....,^16 13N 
Dorbli Lan. ^,,.,^7 9(iN 



Dorclmn .~-..~.>.^.30 5fiN 

Uorcliti8ter 51 3Un 

t Dorclicsiur ........ki 40N 

Dorcliestcr, Cape iM 3os 
Dorchester (New 
Brunswick) ......45 65N 

Dorchester 
(Dorset) ..^.....^.50 43n 

Dorchester (aouth 

Carulhu) ~. 32 5Sn 

X Dordogiie, De- 
partment of ~~~4a 6n 

Dore 5.) Uitt 

Dorei ..............^J? 23N 

Dorfli ,,.^^,,,..,.^6 4!)N 

Durfmark ...^.. 52 55N 

Uorgali ~..........<».40 17n 

Dorgy ...~>...... — 31 SON 

Doria major R.....45 45n 

Doria minor R......45 5n 

Dorione« ............43 3()n 

Doris .M>M~.~.~.~.36 55n 
Diiriscus ..>~......»..40 55N 

Durking .....>...~>.51 14N 

Dorkiim ..~.«..~.~.53 2()N 
Dorinans ............49 6N 

Duriiiesdca w .......52 8n 

Duriiiido La ..........33 29S 

Doniiington ^,,,,^2 4N 

Dorna «... 47 22N 

l)ornadiHa~.......~J>8 21N 

Dornal ,......T.~... .55 4n 

Domes ...... ....39 44N 

Domliam ....^...,...48 21 N 

Dornie ........... 57 18N 

Dumocb •,. .55 On 

Dornoch 57 53N 

Dumoch Firtli...~.5U On 
Doro C.......^.... 38 9n 



« 23W 
8J 55W 

80 4U 
30 ;■ 

14I( UK 

7 IIW 
4 iiw 
4 ^4W 

8 ISW 

4 3UtV 
70 47« 

7 7w 

8 liW 

78 2ilt 
01 351 

79 2in 
5U 35B 

2 5SW 

81 ?■ 
8 iOW 

5 ;!()K 
l9 8B 
18 i!4K 

5 47K 
HJ t.ii: 
3U j< S 

61 45B 
3i .'MiK 

8 2K 

7 4.1« 
(£< 4<>tV 

5 l!t\v 
34 55IC 
4)1 5iB 
4U 45 1: 

4 .'WW 

I .'K 

3 ^3w 

81 14IC 
low 

ItiW 



Doro M.. 

Dorubal. 

DorobouJ ..... 
Dorog . 
Dorore.. 
Dorpuiii.. 
t Dorset.. 



33N 

31 42s 

M 54N 

— 47 47N 
_29 2()a 
54 .'i<)N 
.,41 128 



i Dortetsiiire .^...50 48n 
Dorsguten „.^,,^.M 22N 
Dorstcn ............^51 35N 

Donton ...........^62 4n 

Dort ......^.........Jil 48N 

Dorticum .,..44 14N 

Dortmund ...........51 31 n 



Dorum .... 
Dorylaeum 
Dos Agiias 
Dos Uarriot 
Dos Funis 



kl 40N 

.I!) 48N 

....39 1.3M 

.....29 39N 

14 17s 



Dos Hermanas 41 As 

DosRios ............31 17s 

Dost Mahomed's 
Fort ........^^...^^96 21 N 

Post6rla n d.«........~5 1 37n 



I 
71 

7.1 



13 
48 
39 
44 
56 
12 
10 
10 
13 
lu 
38 
13 
13 
39 

(:») 

39 

38 

8 

39 

12 

18 

44-1 

44.1 

18 

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43 

35 
87 
31 
31 
53 
9 

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38 
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8 
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45 I 



I>t)urnov..<k 
Douro, Hiver. 
Dourvevve 
Dousiaty 



.46 29N 
.41 ION 



ai 2(1 V 46 

2 L'6w U 

80 13\V 48 



4IB 

1 .Tiw 
4 i;»v 

9 d<IK 

9 5lic 

9 :k>s 

It 25K 

7 25K 
7 2(IK 

84 tIB 

27 40K 

28 5B 

'2iW 
6 59b 

3 4lB 

1 2b 
67 29W 

2 34vir 
25 13B 

4 3l)\V 

4 40W 

8 llw 

8 32B 

5 2UW 

3 llw 

4 aw 

3 50W 
24 35B 
23 OB 

147 4B 
33 6B 

21 34B 
66 44Mr 

9 5B 
147 45b 

2 26W 
lU 2B 

4 53B 

9 sew 

4 40b 

22 30b 

7 26B 

8 35B 
30 36B 

1 Sw 

3 30w 
39 3.-iW 

63 30Mr 

64 3SW 



IG 
7 
9 
17 
21 
32 
44 
59 
55 
59 
69 
59 
8 
18 
15 
8 
53 
8 
23 
9 
10 
30 
22 
9 
10 
9 

34 
34 
66 
27 
23 
53 
25 
67 
8 
25 
18 
8 
18 
69 
21 
81 
69 
29 
30 
64 
63 
&S 



Douvanol Isle, 

Douvaini 

Douve River 

Dove.... 

Dove, River. 

Dovenby 

Dover. 



,-«0 22N 

«>«MMMMW#>^.|*^MWS# 4*'sV 




.~.4o UN 

6 I9N 

SON 
2N 
12N 
.,..^* 42N 
5 8N 
Dover (Delaware)-39 9n 
Dover (Kent).......Jll 7n 

Dover, Point ~..~..~32 20a 
Dover (Tennessee) 36 23N 
Doveran, River>~Ji7 40n 
Doveridge~~.~....~.63 54n 

Dovey, or Dyfl, R. 52 32n 
Dovgaur .....^........19 26n 

Doving......«........,5a 18N 

Dovnington ..........52 In 

6 Dovranee>~..~.~.31 On 



Dovre. 

Dovre Field 
Do wall 
Dttwally ...... 

IKiwulton L. 
Do wart beg.... 

Dowbrach..... 

Dowliilabiid . 
DowhilL 
Dowlund . 
Dowlatubiid . 
Dowlutgyar.. 
Down . 
Down. 



..61 57N 

M 20N 

.21 2lN 

.....JiS 37N 

54 46N 

JM I8N 



,...^-66 5!»N 

2N 
li 9N 
JM> 53N 
.......19 58N 

.. .■« 20N 

.^...-51 19N 
58 I5N 



t Duwn, Coiuity~Ji4 20N 

l)<mn, East S\ 9N 

Downn , :'l 5«v 

Downliain^.... 51 .'C 

D.iwnh.im M.irket 52 37^ 

D<iwi) IluHitiid Vi ;mn 

Downliohne ^.....^.54 2.'<n 

Duwnputrick .^......51 I9.v 

Downpatrick 

Head 54 I9n 

Dawuiutp.,ur ...^26 34N 
Downs, The ^.......51 14N 

Downs, Bandy .........44 4()n 



-52 21N 
Ji2 52N 
~.~~23 3N 
, -..46 19N 

40 20N 

51 27N 

55 5()N 

>««>*#^tf>«*fu too 

41 ION 

~..._39 2IIN 

. 44 SON 

42 56N 



Downton 
Dowgby 
D.twiid , 
Doyet 
Do.vlus Idle 
Duynton.... 

Draaby 
Dr.Mi .........^ 

Drabtiscus ~... 
Droganwtika 
DMgoleveze ^ 
Dragolutclii .. 
Di-agomestre ....~ .38 3;t.v 

Dragomir>.............42 28N 

Dragoncella .~_~..>41 47 N 
Dragonera Is. ...^...38 27N 

Dragonera Isle».«.39 32n 
Dragonise ^.^.......37 85N 

Dragon's Mouth 

(Qulfof Paria) 10 43n 
Dragon's Mouth 

(Veragua).~~.~. 9 28n 
l-^rAgS .»»*>»*#i*^i»»*#»»^i^^n»jo dun 
Dragtoii »..~..~...~53 7n 
Draguignan_........43 31 n 

Draha, River ...^.29 47n 
Draina ................41 8n 

Drainy...w,~.... — 67 42N 



..M 4HN 
...53 58N 
— .54 4N 

..45 3.'iN 



47 55B 

saow 

1 BW 
26 38B 
49 34B 
6 17B 
I 7W 
4 3irar 

66W 

8 2AW 
69 7vr 

75 SOW 

1 I8B 
135 40b 

87 48W 
S31W 

1 49W 
4 3W 

73 12B 
7IIB 

9 24W 

63 45B 
9 SOB 

10 lOB 
86 53B 

3 3UW 

4 29W 
6 6w 
3 37W 

64 17a 

3 25w 

4 2W 

76 llB 

65 2B 
4B 
6 53W 
6 OW 
3 SOW 

82 4B 
I) 30B 

23B 

2 59W 

1 49w 
6 43W 

9 19W 

63 OK 

1 28B 

1 I3W 

2 49W 
22W 

74 2B 

3 48B 
76 4W 

2 24W 

11 59B 
20 12B 
S4 6b 

19 S4B 
17 56b 

20 9B 

21 5lt 
23 4B 

12 1»B 
21 3B 

2 2lB 
25 3lB 



64 SOB 39 
4 2B lU 



Drauiburg...............53 3IN 

Dramesi .......... 38 2;.'n 

Dminnien .....^.......58 46N 

t D angiana~.~~..32 On 
Di anmore ...^.......JM 17n 

Dranze, lliver......46 25N 

Drape rstowD. 
DrauKhton ,,,^ 
Drauseii, Luke. 
Drave, llivor. 
Dravus U....~.~....45 45N 

Draxholm ............55 46n 

Draycott 
Draycott 
Drayton. 



Drayton ..... 

Drayton W 

Drazdokot.^.... 

Dreaninaliavin 

Dree 

Dregons .. 

Dregliom 

Dreghom 

Dreisun 

Dl'rill 



52 A8N 

2 S6N 
I 4UN 

52 42N 

.51 .ION 

29 .59N 

57 59M 

46 59N 
53 SIN 
55 36N 
55 53N 

A2 SIN 

'>6 On 



28 
30 

9 
97 
98 
31 
15 
10 

7 

7 

46 
47 

8 
41 
48 

9 

7 

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39 
96 
8 
38 
26 
M 
39 
10 

to 

» 

9 
38 
10 

8 
69 
38 

8 

9 
12 

8 
39 

8 

8 

7 

7 
12 

12 
38 

8 
16 

8 

8 
39 
16 
47 

8 
26 
41-1 
59 
34 
33 
33 
34 
33 
31 
34 
29 
34 



61 58W 62 



82 low 

10 9b 
6 6B 
6 29b 
6 33w 

94 IIB 

3 2lw 
15 SOB 
23 39b 
lU llB 
63 30B 

8 55W 
6 34B 
6 47W 

1 57w 
I9 26B 
19 Ob 
18 20B 

11 22B 

2 2w 
1 47W 
1 9W 

1 I3B 
2BW 

68 58K 

4 27W 

4 :)0B 

10 JIB 

4 :i6w 

3 15W 
15 49E 

2 47W 



50 

25 

18 

16 

44 

33 

9 

24 

34 

26 

58 

13 

31 

12 

7 

24 

23 

69 

96 

7 

8 

8 

8 

8 

39 

9 

16 

26 

10 

10 

94 

10 



Dniorijapatam ~~.13 60M 80 lOB 

Droseridorf 48 62N 16 SSB 

Drosselberg 55 29n 11 lOB 

Drossen ^2 26n 14 62b 

Droufe -48 3M I SB 

Drouia 55 46» 27 I2B 

Drubbeth 26 60m 67 498 

Druberuen ..........52 3W 6 17B 

Drugeac. ~.45 9N 9 92» 

Druid Mt 29 66* 146 94b 

Druidibig L 5? 20m 7 18W 

Druidion 53 3M 3 2»W 

Druid's C!ircle 58 llN 6 46«r 

Druid's Circle or 

StennU....~. <JW Oi* 

Drulingen .............48 51N 

Drum ,,„„.,A7 86n 

Drum • —A 7 6n 

Drum 57 1.3N 

Drum .54 57N 

Drum.«,..,.~........~ ' »6 I4N 

Drum . 63 49N 

Drum 63 24N 

DrumCullagher«»A2 19n 

Drum Doro «.. . J >1 26n 

Druma Cork....~...Jt7 51n 

Druinachoie ........ Jt S 4n 

Drumackro»«.~~~A6 40n 
Druniadoun ......... 6 5 31 n 

Druniadoun B. ......65 30n 

Druniahaer .........JU 14n 

Dninianaght .~~~.64 56n 
Druuiany River ~.54 15n 
Druuiavaugh ......57 &5n 

Drunibanagher ....-54 15N 

Drunibeg 64 31 N 

Drumblade .~~~-.57 27n 
Druinbo...~.~.~.....54 31 n 

DriHnbowie...........54 55N 

Drunibuie .55 3.3N 



Drumbulg 

DruinburgI 

Drunicar 

Dmmcliff. 

Druniclog 



.........JS7 93N 

— 54 S6N 

-.53 52N 

4 2IN 

.......Si; 38N 



Drunicondra........~53 61 n 

Drunioroon ..........55 6N 

l>rumcruil...~.~..~65 19N 

Drunieal ..... ~.57 29N 

Dmmeree ...>..~....53 S8N 
Drumeslia(ldi.'r.~..~57 SON 
Drumfem-...~....... 5 7 I In 

Druuifold 57 28N 

Dmmfork ........^..^57 4n 

Drunigarve J5 89n 

Drumglass CoUiery54 31 n 
Drumgley ............56 39k 

Druuigooland ......54 17n 

Drumgoon ............61 2n 

Druniillan 55 lUN 

Drumirin ...........JU 46n 

Druniismat .54 I3N 

DrumJal~~~~.-.»~55 ISn 
Dram'keeraran....w64 3;iN 

Drumkeran 54 IOn 

Drumkleeve .... ..... 5 2 53n 

Dnimlane...~~~~.54 6n 
Dramlanrig Castle 66 I6n 

Dmiiilisli .,..~.53 49n 

Druiutithy .........JW 55N 

Druinniie W 56 40N 

Drummon Custle.....57 21 N 
i Drununond ...—.45 57n 
Dnunuiond Castle 56 2In 
Druunnond's Isle _ I ISs 
Druniniund I't. —.34 lOs 

Druinniond U 39 458 

DruMunond's Farm. 
Se ■ Norfolk 1. -. 
Drummondville -.45 68n 

Drunimore JH 47n 

Driunr>ak ——57 5N 
Drunioclirun-.-,— .64 59N 
DruTnore .............56 32N 

Dmniore ——.54 57n 
Drumore B. -,-.-Ji4 41 M 
Drumote — — .-J>3 51n 
Drunipark— .-Ji5 UN 
Druniquin— .-.54 36n 

Druuiragli Hiver 51 3.5N 

Druiiiree ——67 On 
Druniraney — J>3 3()n 



Druniruck, 

Drumsliaiibo. 

Drumsna 



'—.—54 64.N 
A\ 2N 
53 S6n 



^*^^***^^^I0^ 



Durmstanrhill —54 5AN 
Drumitiirdy — — .dti 31 n 
Druumchler— — .54 6Un 
Drumuovhter, 

Forest of -.—66 52n 
Dmnky L. —.—..86 13n 
Drusenheim — — .48 47n 



4 
4 

7 
3 
7 

7 
4 
7 
4 
7 
7 



m 



iiipntani .~~.13 W 

dorf 48 bis 

boK ~.«.».^ MM 
,,J! 52 iWM 

m . / .. M 3M 

55 4WI 

)th 26 aOM 

iren <.....<..» ft 8 3" 
w, ^3 9" 

biK L 57 20M 

on <«« M 3n 

I Circle ......Att llN 

( Circle of 

nU»»«»»« ««»ft9 On 

gen « »»i<iK « 'i'4 8 olN 

i,i.i.p... i> 7 8M 

57 fiM 



«0 !()■ 

isasB 
11 loa 

14 A2B 

1 31 
87 13K 
67 48a 

A !?■ 

2 Siia 
146 94B 

7 1»W 

3 Stnr 
6 4fiW 



ao 

83 

85 

84 

15 

87 

3D 

13 

16 

56 

9 

7 

9 



buie 

bulg 

burg 

cur 

cliff. 

clog 



r««n,i. i"57 13" 

..,,,.„, --r-*i 67" 
>W##»»»»i /*W»i*»* tmf ! lO *%" 

Cullsgher<^2 I9n 
Doro ^.<».~J>7 96N 
t Cork^^.~Jt7 SI" 
tchoie «».....i Jt 5 4N 
icltro>~>~~»<55 40n 
kduun «»~#~<55 31 N 
kdoun U. ^.,-55 30n 

ihaer 54 Un 

inaght 4. . 5 4 56n 

tiiy River ~.54 15.v 
nvauKh <..~^7 &&" 
tNmaglier .M~54 IAN 

beg 54 31 N 

blad« ^57 27" 

buwie 54 S5N 

_.-Jl5 23!» 

57 83M 

.....^54 66N 

53 52N 

>4 21N 

_ „ 38N 

cuii(ira~<.«»..w'i3 51 N 
croon .~~-~-55 5M 

cruil M 19W 

eal 57 29" 

eri'c 53 5»N 

ie8liii(ldor...~^7 5(W 

ifeni 57 111* 

fold 57 28N 

ifork 57 4N 

gurve ~~~~~.55 His 
iglaiw CollierjrM 31 N 
igley ^...^...^.M 30k 
igoolaiid ...^.54 l/N 
igoon ^,.^,.^1 ^N 

nian 55 1«J* 

iriii ^...~...«.54 4GN 

mnsLt 54 1.'{N 

jal W 15N 

k«eraruii...r~.54 3:iN 
keran ........>54 IOn 

kleeve..».~~~52 53N 

ilane ^ J >^ fix 

lanrig Costlo 55 I6n 

liitti 53 4»N 

itliy ......^JMi 55N 

niie W 56 40N 

inon Camle — 57 21 n 

iiiimond 45 57" 

iiioiid Custle 5(i -JlN 
jinond'g l«le ^ I 158 
niond I't. ,~-34 108 

iiiond K 39 458 

inor.d's Farm. 
Norfolk 1. ~« 
inondville ..AS 58n 
more ~.....>>~54 47" 

oak 57 5N 

ochrun M fiON 



3 18ir 

7 18B 
3 50W 

8 33W 
3 35W 
3 36W 

3 llw 

9 9W 

7 BOW 

8 53«r 
S 40W 

5 3SW 

6 55wr 

6 44W 

5 81W 
ft 8lHr 
8 16W 

7 49W 

7 30w 

4 &8W 

6 asw 

6 Ow 

8 4Sw 

5 57W 
4 37W 
4 iw 
8 55W 

3 9w 
23Hr 
8 ^w 

4 I'iw 

6 38W 

6 43w 

3 46w 

7 19W 

7 6w 
6 41w 
ft 50W 

2 54W 

8 4lw 

5 38W 

6 Mm 
a 54W 

6 3W 

7 2w 

4 40W 

8 33Mr 
7 5W 
4 20W 

7 45W 

8 6W 
8 57Mr 
7 31W 

3 49Mr 

7 43W 

8 80w 
3 Mw 
3 25wr 

72 lOW 

3 52W 

176 I5B 

135 12K 

150 lUK 



ore 

ore 

ore U 

ote 

park 

iquin 



9 

1ft 
9 
9 
9 

10 

10 

12 

13 

13 
9 
9 

12 

10 

10 

10 

12 

18 

18 
9 

12 

IS 
9 

18 

lU 

10 

9 

7 

12 

12 

10 

18 

18 

10 

9 

18 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

12 

10 

12 

12 

10 

12 

18 

10 

12 

13 

13 

18 

10 

18 

10 

10 

19 

46 

10 

41 

66 

56 



«m.... . 

Uud»eele.....<...« » '» ft ' lu" 
Uucjra B. ...<..#..~. 3 6 2n 

Duelich . 57 20M 

Duellle ^ » , M 3Uk 

Dueriie ^..♦....~..>45 41k 

UuflT «»«»»«««■' »ft7 27" 

Duffcarvlck ~>~»~5i SSm 

Duffel..... ^-^ftl 7" 

Duffeld ^..» 53 50" 

DulHehl ft3 ON 

Uuffui Castto .....^(7 41" 
Duffua Caatle ....~^7 ^7" 
Dufton .««.ii..ii M»ft4 37" 

fUiigalo «.M~~M~45 84M 
higgleby .«.<.....>«» ft 4 7" 

Dugurtli.... 1^ 1" 

Uulble MM»~»M»'«.A8 9" 
Duicli «. « ... ...».«..... ftft 41" 

Duida, Mounl 3 28n 

Duino, Cape .w~.4ft 40n 
Duisberg ...... — ..51 96N 

Duisk:e M 51" 

± Duiveland »..~..51 30N 

buiveu . 51 58" 

Dukah 20 18" 

Duke of Clareiioe't 
ble ...........>~... 9 208 

Duke of York'n Isle 8 38s 
Duke of York's Isle56 ION 
± Dukell* -..«....~32 40N 

Dukkce, or Kuh..^ 13N 

Dukia .49 34N 

Dulai <.....»«....»«..w M 52n 

Dulate L. Ii 6 47n 

Dulberaeii ~~~.~.~.M ^3n 

Dulce, Itlver ....^.37 4*8 

Duloe, Uiver 

Dulce, Gulf of 

Dulce, Lake 

liulcliHpel 

Dulclien 

ilulciuno 

Dultiuk 

Dulliuk 

Dull 



3 41 
14 6" 

6 17W 
70 36" 

♦ %'\w 

3 U'T 
: lOv^ 

4 87N 
Oftttir 
1 3IW 
S85W 

3 8ftW 

4 29W 

8 30W 
12 20a 

40W 

9 A9W 

3 51W 
I9n^ 

66 12W 

1S40B 

6 46" 

6 88W 

4 1" 
6 ON 

81 30" 



19 

32 

9 

99 

16 

9 

13 

19 

7 

7 

9 

9 

9 

7 

31 

7 

12 

9 

10 

58 

83 

81 

10 

18 

18 

39 



-55 ;kn 

!i4 67" 

— 54 4lN 

— 53 5IN 

UN 

,-, p«...«#54 36N 

ragli Hivcr...5i 35N 
ree .... — ......57 On 

riiney .........^.'i 30N 

ruck.~~...>~.54 6t:N 
8lmiibo...~>..54 2N 
tna .......»»...&3 66n 

stanrlilll ^..^4 &5N 
sturdy .~~.~.5({ 31 N 
ucliler......~.Ji4 6ttN 

uochter, 

nt of .^.......56 62N 

;y L. .. 86 13N 

nheim .......^8 47" 



56 
72 28W46.47 

4 3w 10 
8 21w 

3 47w 

5 42W 

4 lltw 
4 52W 
7 62W 
3 47W 



2J»W 

18W 

I3W 

43Mr 

13Hr 

6»w 

57w 

'3 45w 

8 47w 

4 69Hr 



4 16W 
4 SOW 
7 69« 



9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
12 
10 
12 
12 

9 
12 
10 
12 
12 
10 
10 

10 

9 
10 
15 



148 

8 20N 

.15 3aN 

l7 2i<M 

17" 
,.^1 5:iN 

•JUS 
■<i.....« ' )2 ttN 

,......5(> 37" 

DulligkCuve ...~UM ION 
Dulmeii>i....~....~.5l 6i)N 

Duluiunle ..^^^.mH 4Un 

Duliiain Kiver 67 lU" 

Dulock L. ........... J 6 57" 

Dulom ...>...........37 fi" 

DuUi'9 .............>. J> 7 28N 

Dulsk ..«. .....53 28N 

Dulverton ....... — 51 3n 



Diilwicli«.- 
Duiuarun l«le 
Duu)arear~~~~ 
* Duuiaretq R< 
Dumbarton 



12 318 
.10 45N 
,23 I2N 
,V8 588 

55 57N 

± Duuiburtontliire 56 7n 
Duinbe a ............... 2 « 4N 

Dumbo ..........16 08 

Dumcrieff..~~~~~.55 I9n 
Duiiiel, lHle..~....^7 25N 
Dumel, Kiver ,.,.^1 3W 
Duiiifedling .....,..^55 IHN 

Dumfrie* . .55 5.n 

Dumfries .............38 'Ms 

Dumfries ..... — .Jl 1»n 

t Dumfri«it,County65 I4n 

Dumfries Ilo. ^.Jii 27n 

Dumiiit Mil 

Dumkeira 

Dumnier. 

Dununou 

Dumrcy.~ 

Dun.. 

Diuu. 

Dun.. 



UN 

1 3HN 

•1 12N 

5u'N 

....... y . 3 55N 

.57 29N 

44N 

..5H 27N 

Dun.~ ..... . 49 :j3n 

Dun T>wir_>.....,..')5 BN 

Duna...~...... 13 .18 

Duna Caatle „^,..M 3n 
Dunuffllead 55 I8N 



Duniikskala 

Dunun 

DunanPt 

Dunavit 

Dunbar 

Dunbiinily 

Dunbeucon, 



.57 50N 

47 17" 

-57 UN 

.44 57N 

: ON 

.56 2lN 



I, Cape 51 35N 

Dunbeath Castle.~58 I4N 



Uunbeath Inn........58 14N 

Dunbeath Wr. .~58 I6n 
Dunbcg ~..........>..5j 44N 

Dunbeg Bay.........A2 4«n 

Dunbeggan ........^..53 51 N 

Dunbia ...~.....~....~57 17n 

Dunblane .~.......~6tt llN 

Duuboe ...............A* On 



171 40Hr 

172 l&w 
13i 35W 

8 lOB 
68 4JB 
21 45B 

2 54W' 

5 36Mr 

9 55b 
58 16wr 
62 low 
82 50W 
89 OW 

3 3iW 

6 22B 
19 12B 

6 24Mr 
6:1 50K 

3 57W 
5 52Mr 

7 17* 
3 28W 
3 41W 

3 16Mr 

4 28W 
42 60K 

3 48W 
18 211 

3 2UW 
161 9B 
120 lOB 

86 67" 
150 60B 

4 a3W 
4 35W 

68 8B 
15 4&B 
3 25W 

8 37W 

9 24B 
3 llw 
3 37W 

72 22W 
88 low 

3 30W 

4 SOW 
3 53W 

81 47B 

1 low 
20B 

90 14B 

8 33W 

2 32W 

3 83W 

5 I2B 

3 16W 
41 2UW 

9 51W 

7 31W 

4 I5W 

6 2W 

6 17W 
29 lOB 

8 31W 
3 84W 

9 a2w 
3 mw 

3 MW 

3 34W 
9 3:iW 
9 33W 

7 3.1W 

4 2lw 
3 65W 
6 48W 



41 
41 
45-1 
44 

38 
23 

8 

9 
21 
53 
63 
49 
49 

9 
31 
33 

12 
3U 

10 

12 

21 

9 

9 

9 
8 

36 
9 

84 
8 

56 

40 

39 

56 

10 

10 

88 

42 

10 

15 

21 

10 

10 

47 

48 

10 

10 

10 

39 
8 
8 

ao 

9 

9 

9 

15 

10 

64 

12 

12 

9 

U 

9 

33 

10 

10 

13 

9 

9 

9 

13 

13 

12 

9 

10 

12 



Dunkeld - W 34" 

Dunkeld, Little .~Mi 33N 
l)unkernn..~~.-~~62 54 w 
Duiikerron, Mt. ~.5l 54N 
Dunkinaely .^^...^.^ 38" 

Dunkirk 37 48" 

Dunkirk ....«..~».~ 5 1 3" 

Uunknrall M ft2N 

Dunlavin ...>~.~«~.5't Sn 
Dnnlecr.......~...~~'63 5on 

Dunlop .».«.« «.>.....« 6 6 43N 

Dunlop K '•■ 3 6418 

I>uulop K 37 4.^B 

Dunloy ....~....».~'65 on 
Dunluce .m»~.mm.~.56 13n 
Uunluce, C»^ ~~55 13" 
Dunmagiasi ....^..67 14" 
DunmanusBay .~5I 31" 
Dunnuinway~.~~~61 43n 
Dunmolr .,...........>y3 &0n 

Dunmoon «... . 5 5 57" 

Dunmor e ..~... ...~.6<} 6" 

Dunmore »...~~~«.J>3 37" 
Dunmore ,..«....~..52 8n 

Dunmure(Caiiiire) 55 6)»n 
Dunmore Head .,.52 5n 
Dunmore Head «»54 9n 
Dunmore Park 

(Kilkenny) 68 42n 

Dunmurray .....^^.54 33" 

Dunn, Be n ... . 5 8 llN 

Dunnalong « 5 4 56n 

Dunnamanagli~.~.>54 58" 

Dunnct 68 36" 

Duniiet Bay ......^.58 :i6N 

Dunnet Hciul .~.~Ji8 41" 
Dunnet, L. ...~~~58 37" 

Dunnidien ..~~m~66 a8N 
Dunniden, Hill of 67 81 n 

DunnlnakL ......66 40n 

Dunning M 19" 

Dunnose Point ~~68 30n 
Dunnotiur ......,.» ~.86 i6!t 

Dunnotar Cas. ...JM 56" 

Dunn's Lake......~. y 9 80" 

Dunnstun~~.~.~~41 ION 
Dunursay .........~56 60N 

Dunowrling Head 62 13N 
Dunree ............~A5 I2n 

Dunraven Cas. ~.~5I 24>n 
Dunragget ........... 64 53N 

Dun Reay 58 Mn 

Dunrobin Castle~.57 58N 
DunrosMicsa ......... J i < 5&n 

Dunsburuugh .~.~.:i.'i 318 
Dunacaitb............ 5 7 i>" 

Dunscore ...~. . . .. » 6 5 IOn 

Dunse »J>6 47n 



Dunse Cas. . 5 6 47N 

DunseverickiCape 54 UN 
Duns Feu ............ 5 1 57" 

Dunsford ............50 42N 

Dunsfort M 17N 

l)unshaghlin.........53 3lN 

Duns Hole and 

Pt. ...18 32N 

Dunside .,.......'>6 48N 

Dunsinnan Ho. ~J>6 29n 
Dunsky Cattle~~~54 60N 
Dunsti>ble ............61 ft.3N 

Dunstaffnage Cas..Ji6 28N 

Punster..... ....51 Ion 

Dunston 53 9n 

Dunston...... 6-' 46n 

Pun8yre~...~~~.~5. 5 4:iN 
Duntelcliak, Loch 67 20N 
Duntertun...........» '' >0 .'L'iN 

Dunton ......61 34N 

Duniou .....52 4N 

Duiitreath Cnsw .w56 (*n 
Duntroun Caiitle.~5A 8n 

Duntulm Cas. 57 40N 

Dunure Castle..~w56 2l>w 
Dunvegun Head ,..67 31 n 



Dunwan 

Dunwich 

Duny 

Dupol.. 

Duppin 

Duppin 

Dur., 

Dura 

Dura 

Durai Zundan 
^ Dumngo ~.~ 
I uningu ....... 

Durango 
Duninno 
Durarro 
Duraano 
Dunivel 




56 41 N 

.^,-52 l«iN 
....57 51 N 
...JA 56N 
i5 3N 
.55 4»N 
V6N 
II 31N 
32N 
.16 7N 
J*6 ON 
4.1 7N 
<A SON 
.43 54N 
41 20N 



«a 32N 

_ 44 .KtN 

Duniwat -...:» 23N 



a 84W 

3 S4W 

7 55W 
9 64W 

8 93W 
77 llw 

a 'i3R 

8 12W 
6 41W 
633W 

4 32W 

146 7" 

147 6B 
e85W 
6 29W 
6 MW 
4 19W 

9 42W 

9 4W 
79 84B 

4 55W 
?47W 
h 43W 

6 axw 

5 31W 
lU 3IW 

6 6i2W 

7 I6W 

6 Iw 
3 47W 

7 26W 

7 I9W 
3 SOW 
3 25W 
3 2IW 

3 18W 
2 46W 

8 44W 
8 SOW 
S34W 

1 I2W 

2 15W 
8 18W 

81 40W 
77 30W 

6 arw 

10 -.<8W 

7 3-'w 
336W 

4 52W 

3 43W 

5 SliW 

1 2IW 
115 3a 

5 66W 
3 48W 

8 2IW 

2 21W 

6 25W 

1 20W 

3 4IW 

5 3KW 

6 s^yi 

77 54W 
a 3tfW 
3 80W 
5 5W 
3IW 

5 26W 

3 25W 
85W 

2 6W 

3 S9W 

4 I7W 

4 l«W 
22B 
I2W 
4 19W 
6 35W 

6 21w 
4 45W 
6 4IW 
4 16w 
1 3;b 

4 2yw 
9 43B 

6 OW 

5 27W 
43 60B 
35 3B 
43 46B 
m 4R 

104 30W 
3 40W 

103 asw 

7 I6B 
19 26B 

103 38W 

1 3B 

65 51 K 



10 
10 
13 
13 
12 
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15 
8 
13 
18 
10 
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50 

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12 

9 
13 
13 
39 
10 
10 
18 
13 
10 
13 
13 



Dwal lliver ,,,^....31 M 21 368 44 

Dwung-kiyou iiitiio 

L... ...... ..^. ...... ..31 5N 

Dwanika .....,,,.,.^.22 12N 

Dwight .....,~„ — :i6 7" 

Dwy gy fylclii ~.~.63 16N 

Dwyka River 33 20a 



Dyau 

Dyaner. 

Dybvad 

Dyce..,. 

Dye Dr. of . 

Dyer's Isle 

Dvfl.R. 

Dyki,.,. 

Dymaek. 

Dyine.,M. 

Dymska 



13 

la 
9 

13 
18 

9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

9 
10 
10 

8 

9 

9 
48 
47 
10 
13 
18 

8 
10 

9 

9 
10 
»7 

9 
10 
10 
10 
18 

8 

8 
12 
12 

60 

10 

10 

10 
8 

10 
8 
7 
8 

10 
9 
8 
8 
8 
10 
10 
9 
10 
9 
10 
8 
9 
35 
10 
10 
96 
37 
6U 
38 
49 
39 
49 
31 
60 
49 
16 
38 



.„.„J»4 84N 

67 28N 

.67 17" 

57 I3N 

66 68M 

34 478 

.......62 31 N 

,,.^^7 36N 
H 59N 

7" 
..54 13N 
.25 29N 
.66 66N 
,67 16N 
I 80N 
Ji6 7" 

ON 
„JS2 55N 
I8N 
56 S5N 
.63 7N 
.11 14N 
»7 5N 

.m 2TN 

L>9 20N 
31 20N 
Dxirow.you L.,~~.3I 3n 
DziiaghL. .^^.J^ ON 

DiounH 31 loN 

Dtoonahhan «<3 0" 



Dynanoor ^ 
nyngbye ~, 
Uyrheeden . 
Oyrradiium 

Hyiart 

D>urt 

Dyiert 

Dyserlh 

Dysker Isle 

Dytmelova 

Dysopoa...., 

Dyxrenroth 

DsHt HadJ 

Dsiangamnng 

DBi-chou 



87 55B 
60 6B 
93 6W 
3 65W 
81 4.1a 

6 49W 

3 4HW 
10 23a 

a I6W 

2 SOW 
19 27a 

4 OW 

3 43W 

2 25W 
81 27a 
52 60a 
85 Oa 
10 14a 
10 30a 
19 30B 

3 7w 

7 14W 
9 3w 
3 26W 
7 6w 

54 14a 
16 40B 

7 48* 
35 24a 

89 20B 
9(i 40a 
87 6a 
85 oa 

90 5.5B 
92 lua 



Eadean.. 
Eagle l9. 
Eagle Isle. 
Eagle Lake* 
(UuelK-c) « 
Eagleccliff., 
Eaglesiiam . 
Eagliitim 



s 



JSa 68N 

w66 3;<N 

}l 16N 



,.46 58N 



r«w#M»d4 31 N 

5 44N 
...59 ION 
EaTietnomaue Isle 38 208 
Eahport L. .......... 5 7 33N 

Ealing 61 SON 

Eardetdey ....,~.... 5 2 8N 
Earith 52 22n 



Earl 8<'ilitim 
Earl Stoke 
Earleston „. 
Earlsliillion 
Earb Mill 



..52 14N 



... ......51 I7N 

55 9N 

62 34N 



Earlston Ah a8N 

Earlton .'>3 53n 

Eurlyvale .....,,.^..^55 44N 

Early Fort .. ..32 5N 

Earn, Loch .....~.~.66 83N 

Earn, Uiver 56 20n 

Eamiieud „..,»..,~66 24N 

Eamly ~...50 46n 

Eartden Quilcy. 
8f€ Norfolk I. ^ 

Eaisdon 55 

Eanmili. 



Easington 
Easington 
Easington 



30 

39 

48 

7 

41-1 

12 

9 

25 

9 

9 

44-1 

8 

9 

8 

34 

27 

39 

85 

SS 

69 

10 

13 

13 

7 

10 

28 

5U 

17 

43 

39 

56 

39 

39 

89 



3GW 
6 24W 

10 3W 

68 30w 

1 2(»w 
4 17w 
8 57w 

176 Oa 



7 

8 

1 

a 

4 



low 

18w 

59w 

8a 

14B 

3W 
12W 
1 17W 
6 63W 
8 41W 
1 4lw 

3 14W 
84 6W 

4 8W 

3 16W 

4 15W 
60W 



aN 

55 3IN 

Ease Khan 32 aSN 

Easingbuunw -62 6N 

Eatington ^54 33N 



..£5 SON 
.JA 47N 



53 39N 

54 8N 



Eaaingwold 

Eask, Lake 54 42n 

Eatk. River 54 39N 

Easkart 56 44N 

Baskay .. 5 8 23n 

Baskey .„ . 5 4 IUn 

Easkvy Lough .~~64 9n 
Eafcki:y. Uiv«r — 64 17N 
East fi. 25 UN 



.,.55 57" 
..,51 4N 
.,.66 66" 



1 29w 

3 63W 

61 SOB 

3W 

6IW 

1 49W 
1 2HW 

9a 

1 llw 
8 im 
8 8W 
.% 26W 
3 27w 
8 .54W 
8 47W 
8 54W 

64 40B 

a 87w 

67B 

3a6w 



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10 
12 

46 

7 
10 

9 
41 

9 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 
10 

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12 
10 

7 
10 
48 
10 
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10 

8 

66 

7 
10 
38 
8 
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7 
7 
7 
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12 
12 
10 
9 
12 
12 
12 
38 
K 
8 
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East Bams . 
East Br. .... 
East Bridge . 
East Cape 

(Beering's Strt.) 66 6" 170 «w 8 
East, Caite 

(Matlwgascar) ,.,16 Oa 60 31a 4:i 
East Cape ( Prince 

Edward'n lsle)...46 88N 

Bast Church 51 94N 

Bast Compuny'sl. II 458 

Eiut Fleet.... 60 37" 

Btist India 

Company's Is. .„24 I6N 53 54IB S9 



61 6RW 


ir. 


A2a 


8 


136 40B 


41 


8 3UW 


8 



F.i'bat:in:» of 

I Afsyriiil ^ — ~-.l6 47" 
Eohiit:in i (of Atro. 



Koplofcclimi 
l\vl 

I'.OOlfS 

Rcolosfltfid 

Kco!c»liall 

Kccli'slinll 

Efclosiliill 

Koclesmiiclien 

rocleston .^.^ 

IVi'lcstDn ~.~. 

Fcliamir. 
Kolmllons 
Ki'liiine~. 
I' -liin i»>_ 

Kcho I,.^ 
Kriiofa 
Krlit -, 



Fell ten _ ~. 
Mclitem.icli . 
Koija ..w.„. 
F.ckartsltcrft , 
F/'Uemford ^ 
F>kcnifopd 

Ilnvpn M>. 

Fckford 

Fokiii2ton«. 
F^Kinulil, or 

F):;miulil « 
Folo 

F.i'lotliyi;i 
FdetiiKlel 

Fclio 

Edipue I. 
Fol'X) 

Fc.inioy-^-^ 

Kcoiiis 



.•V5 Mn 
.»! 37N 

V) 4ftN 
.W 4!».V 

ft.l V7N 

.'.:« a IV 

-^—•ii .Mv 

5.» 4MN 

.')» 57" 
5.1 2fiv 

>.•« 3V 
.11 4v 
~4f) 3!)v 
JW 2ftN 

.•w 5av 

4-.' Ii« 
,14 26v 
57 !)N 
52 MM 

--37 32" 

.-54 29!t 



Forilioii RiK'ks ,-49 2ti" 

Ktiii, I. -. ...59 I2n 

F.Iain ~. ->_52 ."fcJN 

F'lam, Itic ,-- — 4 5(tS 
F'l:»v Vt 12V 

28 Xts 

^ 5 3:iv 

5« Xs 
57 49 V 
.« 4i.V 
4(iv 
^ 12" 



Kilbiirton — 
VA(]M, Bir 
Fddava, River 
KdderachTlis 
Kddcrton 
F/ldlenton — . 
Kddleston W 
Fddv Ule 



Eddyttone Liirlit 
IIoiuc ^_— JiO lOM 

Kddystone Pt, 41 38 

F:ddyville 3rt sus 

Ede ——»,-.— 52 4N 
Weforssen ......«..66 lijr 

t Fdel's Und 2!l arts 

Fden —,>,....- 54 44" 

Rden Cat. .^ .-57 37.V 

Eden H. — — .Ji6 81" 

Wen, Hiver —54 55!« 

Eden \V. — ,.-.-j>5 .17.^ 

Fdenbridge -,—51 13" 

Edencliip , , . y? 23n 

Edenderry — — J53 21 M 

Rdendon W.-,-.-,.Vt SOif 

EdengUiiie 

F^denhaU 

Rdcnhuii 

Edenkeillie, 

EdeDkilUe 

Edenaor 




Edenton. 
Eden wood. 
Wer, River , 
Edesm 
EdeMa, 
Edfou— 



— 57 32" 
53 M-t 

3.N 

JS6 17" 

&5N 



F,d)5ar„ 

Edge's Land— 

Edgecombe Mt. 



-37 10" 
.24 5»N 



-41 20" 
-77 301* 
...aa Ob 
^1 54" 



Kdgcot 

Edgecumbe Bay -,20 lOs 
Edgefield -.—,62 58N 

Edgefield 33 46m 

Edgeratown -..-,r»6 24" 

Edgeware .....51 36" 

Edge worth — Jil 44" 

Edgeworth ft3 39" 

Edgewortfatown -,53 43" 

Edglilll-. M yn 

Edglon 52 28m 

Edlira Vl ilti 



43 2Ji 59 
47 Mt 30,59 



)l 44B 
3 I5w 
2 25w 
1 3iB 
1 29W 

1 aaw 

2 L-iW 

3 27W 
3 31 W 
2 47Mr 
2 4;«W' 

Xi 7ic 
Ml OK 
li 38R 
20 41 )K 
22 41 R 
22 41 ■ 
146 4.'iB 
«5 Kw 

2 anw 

5 49B 

6 22K 
5 3W 

II .TiR 
9 4.<4B 



30" 
Jki 3.'N 
.52 3" 

4n 47" 

.12 14N 
.20 9m 
.1H .12m 
X 2,1m 
X> 148 

I IVm 
45 29M 

7 49" 
19 W" 

9 19" 



Gdiauk 



.M 27" 



13 4r 

6 44r 

32 50R 
7R 51 R 

21 13r 

117 5.1R 
.*) .14 R 
5 I6B 

17R 
69 40tv 

1 29R 

1 Mw 
8 4HW 
5 IR 

118 3r 

2 47w 
l.^w 

at ZIR 

C7 53W 

5 4W 

4 I3W 

3 Utv 

3 l.lw 

8 59w 

4 17w 
14B 28R 

H7 M«r 

5 41B 
30 A3R 

115 S()B 
ft 46«r 
3 3lMr 

9 Mw 

3 49w 
8 88W 
3b 

4 16Mr 

7 2W 
4 Iw 

150 &4B 

8 42W 

26w 
3 Xw 
3 3!mr 

1 .VW 
76 44nr 

3 8wr 

9 23B 

22 3B 
38 53B 
32 &3B 
7« 27w 
21 Ob 

177 ftB 

1 4W 

148 ISB 

1 8B 
81 65w 

3 39nr 

17ir 

2 «w 

3 22W 

7 34W 

1 88W 

8 53ir 
36 20b 



31 

10 

10 
R 
7 
7 
8 
7 

10 

7 

7 

37 

.•w 

17 
34 
34 
34 
57 
4A 

IH 
19 
30 
24 
25 



9 53r 2.% 
2 27w 10 
2 &W 8 



83 

IH 

59 

39 

34 

57 

19 

16 

Ift 

Ni 

15 

15 

9 

18 

40 

9 

8 

43 

52 

9 

9 

10 

10 

13 

8 
57 
48 
18 
26 
41 
18 

9 
10 

7 
10 

8 
10 
13 

9 
B6 

7 

8 

9 

9 

7 
48 
10 
81 
50 
50 
43 
47 

1 
*7 

• 
41 

7 
48 

in 

8 

8 

7 

18 

8 

8 

37 

87 



«R iiiiiuuil 4H V4N 

K«gl«>gt(.n 54 ,T7v 

Kgerlwrg 40 m^ 

.'■.•W'O ... 57 ISM 



Kgglwyl, 



.46 A.-IN 



RggloWielm 4(1 Mm 

Kggncg -,— . ,vj y,^ 

Rgguaguenl 34 X\n 

Kg lain --J M 3f,M 

Rgjicltn, El M SIN 

Egin - - ; Tft 7m 

Egjeklit -,. 59 24if 

Kg|ptnn« , 4^ jrj^ 

Eglingliam _-.. m jhv 

Egli«» Iile — «.-J» lOM 

KgliMUi - 17 .-mv 

EglWi -. — _54 a7N 

EglUh, Lake 54 3m 

KglUh na Braren 56 17m 
Kglothale ——50 31 n 

Eglnyieru M ]» 

tglwyn .SI 54M 

Rglwyrfair 5I 4.0M 

Eglwji Pach ,W I.IN 

Eglwy» RhoD .M IHN 

Rglwyadan -, 51 .^^•f 

Egmondann Ze« -Ji2 3hm 
Egmont-binnen -JJ2 37n 
Egmont, Cape 

(New Zealand) 39 18a 
ERmont. Capo 

(Cape Breton) -.46 86" 
Egmont Mt. or 

Tannaki 39 16s 

Efmont, Port 

(Falkland Isles) 51 408 

EfOB — 16 208 

Efoy Isles ..... lo On 

Rgremont ,-JM 2tlM 

Egripo — ,1H 26" 

-39 26N 



EgrJpo 

Egripo, Clianl. of 38 18m 

Rgsmark -. .% 14v 

Egton ... 54 2«N 

Egton Mours 54 22N 

Ervad , —,55 49n 

t Egypt, Central _2« SON 
i Egypt, Lower -,30 40w 
i Egypt, Upper -,25 40m 

Egyptian, T. 24 55n 

Ehiiig -.., -..48 27" 

Ehingen 48 18n 

Ehlendorf— — .Vt 80n 

Khrenbreitktein SO 31" 

Ehrenbui^h 

Ehr«*ndingen 

Riben stock 

Eichstadt 

Ridersted 

Eidgheer 

Rig 

Rig, Island. 

Ril, Loch— —56 51" 

EiU M<iuntain— 44 44" 

Eilan, Lodi an 57 9n 

Eilden 54 15n 

EiMon Hilla- M 35" 

Eilenburg -.— 51 27n 
Eilend— I— Ji6 53n 




Einanwu River -.44 44" 
Eindhoven -,—51 25n 
Bineradal — — 64 ION 
Einviedeln- — 47 7" 
EiroeM.— — 25 On 
Eitach, River —46 38" 
ElibBCh ...—.—, ..50 84N 



Eisenach 

Eisendoff 

Ritkne 

EUlebei 

Bixen 

Eiitnii 



50 59n 




ii:;^ 




Bkatuoi 

• E 

f katerinifonMl 

Bkaterininsk-. 

Ekaterininok 



M 58N 

368 

39 41" 

3 4.18 

.43 43" 

59 ION 

48 6m 



Ekaterinoslav 48 27N 

Kke .....57 12" 

Eke ———43 40" 

Ekeijo -.,.- 57 3!W 

EUtinim,— ,— 26 32" 

Bkleea 31 3" 

Bklhofen 48 32" 

Kknai M 58" 



EkotiovskA. 

Ekur 

BlAln 



67 33" 

.38 ON 
mSW 3N 



12 .IRr 
« OW 
7 ftlB 

3 4w 

7 47b 

12 .IB 

ft .39W 

II 35B 

33W 
.13 OB 
.49 Or 
85 )5r 

2 8r 

1 5lw 

8 67wr 
8 .12B 
6 47w 
fi 46W 
6 16w 

4 47W 
4 4lw 
4 .-WW 
4 3KW 

3 48wr 
3 49W 

3 17W 

4 .T7B 
4 39b 



22 

7 

17 



17 

88 

10 

44 

8 

43 

86 

87 

16 

7 



88 

18 

18 

10 

R 

8 

8 

8 

7 

7 

8 

18 

18 



173 468 41,57 
«0 24w 46 

174 llB 41,67 



Bl Araiche, UiverSS 1.3N 
El Baiha —34 6" 



60 Ow 
47 »W 
144 30B 
3 34W 
83 38B 
80 OB 
83 S6B 

10 48B 
47w 
47wr 

8 .IdR 
31 OR 
31 I.5R 
.32 Or 

33 .10R 

11 58R 

9 44b 

10 54B 

7.37" 
8 40B 

8 80B 
18 .39" 

11 lOB 

9 59B 
77 13b 
54 26B 

6 10«r 

5 17W 

34 25B 
3 .V)W 

11 ISB 
8 42ir 

18 38B 
ft 84«r 

39 &8B 
A 89B 

10 82B 

8 44B 
67 OB 

11 82B 
10 13B 

10 SOB 

11 48B 
38 23B 

11 35B 
18 46B 

9 7B 
177 OB 

64 15B 
172 38B 
44 I IB 

52 9B 
4(1 45B 

35 IB 
18 218 
.93 408 
15 24b 
10 aOB 
15 68 

31 45B 
ft2 49B 

12 208 

53 358 

32 1.3B 
73 68 
34 238 

6 IIW 
38 7B 



51 
54 

as 
7 

M 
34 
34 
25 
7 
7 
3ft 
43 
43 
43 
43 
22 
22 
25 
38 
31 
17 
32 
32 
25 
39 
38 
10 
10 
88 
9 
36 
10 
84 
10 
88 
18 
36 
17 
58 
2:) 
22 
21 
82 
88 
84 
84 
8ft 
67 
38 
ft? 
88 
87 
88 
38 
86 
39 
86 
26 
96 
43 
38 
23 
27 
27 
39 
00 
44 
36 



E do, River, New5;i Tdv 

*; den-,- SI ftHj, 

hderbeck— .-Jis if, 

EMcrs jo —42 398 

E dersllo -.jw 53^ 

fcldcrtnn r,j 4,)^ 

Eldon Range —_41 548 



^w^mfTT 



KMrickHllI A5 1.1M 

E dilghen Nor 32 .33m 

E e--; — -. ^ a iftv 

K e. River, 44 10m 

he, River . 47 fto^ 

Eloaloh ...- ,-..'» 4HM 

RIegia — , 3<» .viiy 



Elengton 
Elenorsk 



^'li 22m 



Elephant Isle - 
Elephant River 
Elephantine L. . 
Rlephas Pr. 
Eleiot 



— 56 50N 
.-,ri 15s 
-,27 m 

M-24 4" 

11 SOM 

—,49 49" 

**,—,—..«.,. .. 3 6 29" 

,'« 20N 



Eleusa ... 

Eleusii 

Eleiisis — -.-,-..in 5>M 

EleU8i«, B. of .18 ON 

Eleuthcra, or 

Ethera, Isle M-,i>5 ION 
Eleutheropoli«^-3l 37" 

Eleuthenp -,.18 9m 

Eleutherus R 34 45M 

Eleven-point R.-.3f| 28N 
Eirkarleby -,— Oit 3!)m 



Elfros. 

Eirved:il- 

Elga- 



*****W <'»<l»^^, 



-68 
-61 



OM 

15N 

JS9 4IN 



Elirg ——47 ,ion 

Eltfin .....57 3i)N 

t Elgin, or 
Moraysliire -.-Ji7 .13m 

Elgoybar — 43 Hm 

Elnom --, ..fri 9m 

17 .14M 
.36 40N 
.17 41 M 
-17 .>f 
.1h 6m 
.17 35M 
.11 8N 
.16 ION 
2»» 18" 

40 14 

.15 20M 

17 62N 

-17 47N 

:il 5VM 



11 128 
6 SIR 

3 llw 
147 lOB 

4 24nr 
4 8W 

14ft 45R 

4 SOW 

90 338 

71 32W 

74 SOR 

1.19 108 

.35 548 

41 108 

30W 

58 40b 

65 40W 

30 Ob 

.12 538 

50 SOB 

29W 

.14 58 

25 328 

23 318 

33 32B 

76 I5W 
.14 568 
23 37b 
.16 38 
90 4,1w 
17 49R 
14 46b 
14 OR 

12 448 
8 50R 
3 21W 



21 
18 
10 
57 
10 

9 
67 
10 
.19 
ft3 
.15 
35 
37 
59 

8 
27 

1 

59 
68 
16 
60 
34 
34 
34 

60 
•T7 
.14 
68 
48 
26 
26 
26 
26 
17 
9 



Bliab 
Eliai M 

Ellas, M .. 

Ellns. M. 8 

Blins, Mt 8. - 
Eiiaa, Mt H. -, 
Elictilpeni Isles 

Elie Nesa 

Elim 
Elimea 
Elioch 
Elis 



tKlii 

Elislia, Fount, of 

Elissn 37 42m 

Elisalder ,17 .16n 

Eliza Mt -,38 108 

Elisabeth 44 I5N 

Elisabeth —,-,46 8n 
Elisabeth 

(Kentucky) 
Elisaheth 

(Missouri)— .-.38 49N 
Elisabeth 

(VirginU) 36 17" 

Elisabeth Cape 

(Saglialien) —54 30" 
Elisabeth Cape 

(Cook's Inlet) -,59 8" 
Elisabeth's Isle -,24 .108 
Elisabeth Port ..-.13 568 
Elisabeth, Pt -.-..12 248 
Elisabeth Town -,.16 15" 

Elisabethtown .14 .18" 

Elisavetpol —,40 42" 
Elk River ——,45 441" 
Elk River ,—38 .11" 

Elk, River 34 44" 

Elk T 39 .14" 

Elkhenrt Grove -..19 58" 
Elkheart River -,41 40n 

Elkier, N. 57 35" 

Elkosli 37 0" 

Elkton — — JW 47" 

Ellada —.,.18 49" 

Ellada R. ——.18 56" 
Ellahoun — . — , 2 9 17" 
Ellamdoul Lillah.14 50n 

Elian 57 14N 

Elian Buie 55 57N 

Ellanmore— ~-56 44 n 
Ellaatone -,— — J(3 ON 
Bllen Brook— ,31 37s 
Bllen Port — — J(5 39n 
Ellen, River— —Ji4 44n 
Ellenborougli —54 43" 
Ellengham Magna ft8 33n 

Ellenhall 68 am 

Bllerhop „-.-.-.A1 45n 



ft 24R 

3 2.1W 

I 78 

34 OR 

34 24R 

23 .IOr 

35 IlR 

24 32R 
24 228 
74 SOB 

8 48w 
.13 .198 37,43 
81 60R 59 

3 fi6w 
21 23R 
21 .-IOR 
35 3KR 
83 54B 

6 12W 
145 58 

73 .nw 

73 15W 




29 

8 
42 
34 
.14 
34 
.14 
34 
39 
10 



10 
.14 
34 
37 
34 
9 
56 
47 
46 



.77 40M 85 .14W 48 

91 57w 47 

76 8w 48 

142 408 35 



Blleriek B. 
Ellerker— 
Ellersli( 



—65 61N 
—63 45" 

188 



151 Ow 
128 <iw 
8.1 39b 
153 318 
82 I9W 
78 39W 
46 18B 
04 43w 
81 39w 
87 25W 
75 48W 
89 36W 

86 Iw 
10 168 
43 68B 

87 2W 
22 288 
22 4B 
31 58 

2 20w 

3 37W 
6 9R 
6 26W 
1 SOW 

116 65B 
6 llw 
3 .'low 
3 28w 
6H8 

8 13w 

9 458 
ft 7w 
35w 

147 ftftB 



45 

I 
44.1 
66 
48 
48 
28 
47 
47 
48 
47 
47 
47 
25 
36 
48 
34 
34 
43 
42 

9 
10 
10 

7 
»7 
10 

7 

7 

8 

8 
25 
10 

7 
66 



I'jisworth \2 |«N 

h sworth 4fi :rjs 

fcltenbosit'l -,-,-,5'» nts 

Elter Wr. rA 26m 

tj t iiley 52 ir,N 

hltham — ,-,-,-,-jii 26m 
Eltman -,——,-,49 54M 
Elton ———,-ji2 .1,3V 
EltonRk, Lake— 49 5m 
' Elucc, -..14 6n 



Elusa-,-,— — 31 An 
Elvanfoot Inn —.15 26" 
fcjvas ———38 .14N 

Evcdal -.-,61 29N 

felven -. 47 431, 

Elvorden ——52 24n 
Elvston -,—52 6" 
E wend Mu.— — ,.14 60" 
■•''^'Ck —,,.,..,— 55 36" 
^w *.,.,*—*—,—... — 56 1 1 N 
Ely ., 62 25jf 



± Elyniaia— , 

Elyton 

Elz, River 

EICBOl 

BIbcm-. 



Entattbaeh „ 

Emba, Onlfoi 

Emba, River 

Eniblalet 

Enibleton 

Bmbleton 

Kmbo 



aa 20m 

ai 31 N 

.48 18N 
8 I8N 



47 19m 
47 ON 
47 30N 
-J5 48M 
54 4()M 
—,—..—. 5.1 .-fttN 
57 55N 



——44 .14N 



Embrach 
Embrui 

Embsay. 

Embabull ——54 49m 
Embokne -.—.,-.13 65m 
Emd ————46 llN 

Emden ...........53 22" 

Emdukhal -.34 48m 

Enieln —.—52 47n 
Emenieneny River 268 

Emerald Ides 23 55" 

Emerald Mts 24 20n 

Emerita Augu8ta_l8 55n 
Emesa— — ,.14 61 n 

Emfras — . 12 »)n 

Eminabad. 32 5m 

Emineh, Cape-,-,42 i«N 
Emineli Dagli, or 

Balkan M. —43 45m 
Emir Mahfinah —14 12m 
Emiea ——,26 3.'N 
EmmaiM —,—12 47m 
Emmcn — — — „li> 4(;n 
Emmen ———,47 4n 
Emmending— ,48 5m 
Emmeth -,-,,— „.12 4on 
Emmeii, Little U. 4<! 56n 
EmracH R. —,46 57" 
Emo ..-. — ,— 5.1 6N 
Emodi AL— 28 40n 
Kmpingham— JS2 40M 
E:npoli —,—43 43m 
Ems, Eastern -.-,.13 39M 
Ems. Western —63 37" 
Enu, River -.—6.1 20n 

Ems (Valais^ 46 16n 

Emsbhuren —,6? 2.1" 
Enuworth — — .10 S.'n 
Emtiene Mounts-,27 2iis 
Emu Flat— —30 .158 
Emu R. and B. -,41 10s 
Emyvale ——54 20" 
Enanger- ,-.-.61 ai" 
Eiianthia —.-,43 30n 
Bnura— — ..-68 54" 
Enara, Lake— —,69 6" 
Enarclio —.-,.18 37" 
Enard, Locli— — .58 8n 
Enborne ——51 22n 
EncadenadasL..— 35 I3B 
Encadenades LS.-.35 .is 
Encamacion River40 ^b 



Encaniaoao . 
Enchalar -, 
Enchapully . 
Encinos . 
Enclnos , 



23 5(6 

.-.4.1 13" 

.-,18 .15N 

.29 2;tN 

.29 0" 



Encounter Bay -.35 S5s 
Encruc(]adn de 

Macomitas , 

Encuentro— 

' Encuentros>— . 

Endeavour Strait 

(Carpentaria) . 
Endela v e . . ,., — .—, 
Bndelave Isle —65 46" 
Endellyon — — — -10 35" 
Bnderby -,—,^-,52 ai" 



24 .198 
II 378 
15 12N 

.10 5l« 

i5 46" 



Enderby's Land -.66 308 
Endon — — ,..— 63 5" 
Endor— — — .-32 39N 



K sworth ft2 |«N 

fc Uwortli 4B :^s 

fcltenbostfl ^.„^3:> 4i«n 

RIter Wr m 26n 

E t Mey 52 i:,N 

Kltliam ^^^^,^m 2«N 
Ejtman ^..,.,^^4!> 54N 

niton r^«M » « ,«.»»^ ,^ , jj^5? c)3n 

Eltonfik, Liike. 49 5v 

• Eluco, 34 6N 

fcluw ~~w~-^3l fif» 

blvanfoot Inn „^^'i!i 26n 

Ljvas ~> ,.., 38 54N 

E vcdol 61 29tt 

t Wen ...«~«„,,,,<..^,^7 43(ir 

E vordon .,fi2 24N 

Elviton ^^,^>.,^52 6M 
E wend Mtt...,.<..,^T4 80N 
Elwick ~,..,.„»....M 36v 

Ely^.,,.,,,., ..,56 IIN 

T*'X **»^**'»*»» # * «■»#»<■ » a^fiS 25m 



Elyton 

Elz, River 

ElEMf 



A1 20N 

,a3 31 N 

.48 IflN 

18 18N 

Enuubach r-r-,.u..47 1!>n 



Emba. OiilfoC 47 on 

Emba, River 47 30N 

Einblalet -,.~. 35 4Hn 

Enibleton ...,^^^54 4()n 
Embleton ~».^...,5.') .t<»m 

Kmbo ^^57 55N 

Embrach ^^.^.....47 30n 
Embrun..>«„^,....^44 34 n 
Embsa y ...„„„„.„.. 53 5<>n 
Embsbiill ^w,.,^^.5t 4»N 
Embokne ~>~....^13 fiss 
Emd ^,......».».,^46 llN 

Emden ~>.^...<53 22n 

Emdukhal — .^...^34 48n 
Emein >.,..«„.,,..,..S2 47n 



Emenieneny Rivor 268 

Emerald Idea 23 ssn 

EmeraM Mt« ,24 2<>n 

Emerita Augu8tii_38 5&n 

Emega M>... , ^M filN 

Emfnu ^,.,^,.....12 2<)N 

Eminabad 32 bs 

Emineh, Cape~-,,.42 4"N 
Emlnt'li Diigh, or 

Balkan M. 42 45n 

Emir Mahanah -^^4 12n 
Emiea .,„..>.„..,... 26 3.'N 
Kmmaiis ,.,,.,^^12 47n 
Emmcn ,.,,.,^^,^,5? 4fii« 
Emmen >.>^,.»^.^47 4n 
Emmending,.>,,.,^8 5n 
Knimeth <,,~>,^,,„.'i2 4on 
Emmeii, Little K. 4<i 55n 
Emmcti R. „,^,^46 57n 
Kmo ■■~, « ^,,....,„,^'} (iN 
Emodi M....^..,.>^28 4iin 
Knipingliam<i.,«M,^2 40N 

E;npoli ,.»^3 43N 

Ems, Eastern ^.^53 3!)n 
Ems, Western >.<^,53 37n 
Ems, River M 20n 



Ems (Valais^ ...,..,46 I6n 
Emsbhuren „„„,^i 2.'<n 
Emsworth .............50 5'.'n 

Emtiene Mounts~.27 2tia 

Emu Flat ») 358 

Emu R. and B. ...41 10s 
Emyvale ............54 20n 

Enanger 61 aiN 

Enanthia ...........U3 30n 

Enara......~..........<)8 54N 

Enant, Lake~~.....69 6n 

Enarclio ............38 37n 

Enard, L0CI1.........58 Rn 

Enborne .......... ..51 22n 

Encadenada*L.>...35 138 
Encadenades L<s.~.35 5s 
Eiicamacion River40 ^s 
Encamacao «..~~~23 5()s 
Enchalar .......^..43 I3i« 

Encliapully .........18 'Ms 

Encinos ......^.......29 2:<n 

Encinos ......,...^....20 on 

Encounter Bay ...35 358 
Encrucijadn de 

Macomitas ......24 3$)s 

Encuentro......~«...l I 37s 

Encuentrog,...>...~15 12n 
Endeavour Strait 

(Carpentaria) ~.10 5(is 
Endelave — ..........55 46n 

Endelave Isle ......55 46n 

EndellyoD ........ — M) 35N 

Enderby .~.....»...52 a'iN 

Enderby's Lund ...66 30s 
En<lon ...... ........J>3 6n 

Endor ....>.. ,..32 3»N 



2W 
RM 25w 
!) 42R 
3 4\v 
9w 
3B 

10 4<)K 
24W 

46 34K 
42 23R 
34 45K 

3 40vir 
Of>SW 

11 OR 

5 36W 

41R 
9 29w 

48 33R 

1 49W 

2 49W 
14R 

48 30r 
86 58Hr 

7 44R 

5R 
9 44R 

10 I6B 
54 20B 
64 40B 

16 23R 

1 20ur 
1 38w 

4 OW 
8a7B 

6 28R 
1 59W 

8 47R 

25 Ob 

7 49R 
7 15B 
4 42B 

7 I4B 
6i I5W 
Xi 44B 
3!> OB 

6 20w 

36 3HB 

37 2.-K 
74 15b 
27 55B 

26 OB 
37 49B 
78 Ob 
35 34k 

6 53b 

8 I8B 

7 S2R 
llR 

8 OB 
7 43R 
7 12W 

85 OR 

36«V 
10 55B 

U 48B 

6 32b 

7 1KB 
7 4lB 

7 18b 

56\r 
31 9R 
150 20B 
146 5B 

6 57W 

17 8B 
39 30B 

27 18B 

28 20R 
22 45B 

15nr 

1 2IW 
00 45wr 
(il 30wr 
70 53W 

60 OW 
1 39W 

80 22R 

1)9 OW 
100 17w _ 
138 50B 41,56 

61 15W 63 
72 20W 62 
88 67W 46 



8 

47 

21 

7 

8 

8 

22 

H 

28 
36 
»7 
10 
30 
26 
15 
8 
8 
38 
7 
10 
8 
69 
48 
18 
22 
21 
22 
35 
35 
32 
7 
7 
9 
17 
16 
7 
25 
42 
17 
21 
4^, 
21 
5> 
4J 
43 
58 
69 
42 
;J9 
33 

33 
36 
39 
37 
18 
17 
22 

8 
17 
17 
13 
68 

8 
31 
18 
18 
21 
17 
2: 

8 
44 
66 
67 
12 
26 
59 
27 
27 
34 

9 

8 
63 
63 
53 
54 
29 
39 
49 
49 



142 15B 
10 I6R 
10 I7R 
4 49w 

1 I2W 
60 OB 

2 6W 
35 24B 



41 

25 

25 

8 

8 

I 

7 

37 



-— -, -■■■■■ va <f*^*-#-^Tr inrv 

Ensay, Inle ... ,',7 4ftN 

Enschede ...... r>2 UN 

Enslinn ..............61 47n 

Knson.. 4 3„h 

Enstone.............,^ai asn 

Ensweilor . 411 4.tN 

Enter ...........Sl* IUn 

Enterkinefoot~~.Ji5 I!»n 
Entllbuch .......>,...46 5!JN 

Entlibucli ,..^^,^n atis 
Entradas,.....>,.....37 6(»n 

Entragues............44 3un 

i Entre Douro e 

Mlnlio...........>.41 3f>N 

t Entre Rios ......31 .'Ms 

Entrecasteaux, 

Channel d'..».....43 ins 
Entrecasteaux I't. 34 50s 
Entrecasteaux, 

i^ort n ............34 62s 

Entrevaux ...........43 56n 

Entwiittle ...«........'.:) 3!»n 

Envill ^....u 21IN 

Eiiwcilen((en...«....1H fniN 

Enyicke«.............4fi 5.n 

Eiivlcke~.«.......,..,4it ;v.'N 

t EiiE 48 67n 

Knz River «,......»4!* ON 

Knioli ...............37 CN 

Eiizelle .. ^ij 30n 

I'puuvillers ..^.....47 20n 

I'^pe .w.~...,...,...J>2 22N 
Kperies ..............4U 57N 

Epemay...............49 3n 

Epemon ............48 37n 

Epfendorf............48 14n 

Kpliegus..............J7 65N 

t Ephraim ..........32 7n 

Epiiraim ............81 50n 

Ephraim ............32 3n 

Ephraim Mt. ,.,^ii On 
Ephyre ...............39 22n 

Epicari a ~..~......«.4 1 65N 

Epidamnus ....^...41 20n 

Epidauros ■■ 3' 37n 

Epiduuru8............42 .'iUN 

Epidaurus Linient 3(i 44N 

Kpila 41 4IN 

Epinal ...^..........-48 Ion 

Epinc, C 44 24N 

Kpine, C. ~- ...46 flllN 

Epipliania............3.> 12n 

t Kpirus ^^^^'J) 4UN 

Episkoni ~.~. 37 18N 

Kpoacua Fori ...... 3 37s 

Epoalh ....W.........3I 43N 

Kporediit .........^45 2!)n 

Eppcndorf ...........53 37n 

Eppenwurdcn ^....54 9n 

Epperstoii ^....^....53 1 n 

Eppey ...............41 on 

Epping ..............Jil 43N 

Eppingen ........ — 49 8n 

Epse~.........,...».~5i I3N 

Epsom ....w......~.-51 19N 

Kpuize ...............47 53N 

Epunde Wastee ~.29 62N 

Epureni ... 46 ION 

Kpworth ............53 32N 

Equataneca Riwr 23 Os 
Equan, River .^...53 40N 
± Equator^...^..^. 3 (ts 
Equia ........»........22 58s 

El , Igland.w.........48 54n 

Era, River ..........43 41 N 

Erakli ......... 41 66n 

Erakonle ...^^..^.60 68n 
Eran Wr. ...........55 8n 

Erana ..............^.37 7" 

Eraamo, Ft. ...~...45 29n 

Erba Spina ;<7 24n 

Erbach ....~. .^.48 21 n 

Erbacli .............. 49 .'18n 

Erbeg ...~ 58 16n 

Erbtetten 48 17n 

Erchek ...^ :ill .'18n 

Erchless Castle .~57 26n 

Ercole, Ishind 42 21n 

Erdek ....._~.....~40 29n 

Erding .... 48 I8n 

Eredine.~ ......51) 14n 

Eree ..~~ ~29 26n 

Ereck..^.. 31 22n 

Eregll 41 15N 

EreglL.... 37 35n 

Erek ..................45 43N 

Erekli..... 41 14n 

Erekli ..>... ~.41 3n 

Erekli-kitii 42 45N 

Erema ......~,..~~(i4 On 

Eremek 36 47N 

Er«na B 9 338 

Eressays ~. 28 22n 

Eretria.... w~J8 23n 



6 55R 

1 kSW 
16 OR 

! 27w 

7 21R 

6 36B 
a 50W 

8 3B 
8 IB 

7 '5W 

2 .33B 

8 I8W 

59 2VW 

147 20R 
116 28R 



9 
18 

8 
42 

8 
22 
18 
10 
17 
17 
3i 
16 

30 
53 

67 
41 



116 2B 

6 49B 
2 25W 

2 15W 
9 OB 

21 I5K 
21 lltB 

9 lOB 

9 lOB 
39 14B 
49 25B 

7 7K 
6 68R 

21 I7R 

3 57k 
1 40B 

8 36B 
27 20R 36,. 'i9 
35 12R 37 
35 20b 
35 IIB 
35 8B 
20 30B 
20 5b 

19 30k 
2:1 i)K 
18 !.)R 
23 2k 

1 14W 
6 27b 

6 .'<6B 
1 46b 

30 34B 

20 45B 

23 26B 

69 :j5w 
35 13B 

7 52b 

9 57R 
9 5B 
1 Iw 

38 mK 

7B 

8 54B 
6 12b 
low 
IIR 

70 40B 
27 6IB 

60w 
67 I8w 
ai UW 
75 Ow 
64 46W 

3 9W 

10 38B 
27 13B 
46 21 B 

3 24W 

21 37b 
12 2bB 
14 36k 

9 63b 
9 2b 

3 29W 
9 33K 

43 42B 

4 3UW 

11 20B 
27 4&B 
11 63B 

6 17w 
67 MB 
45 47R 69 

31 2HB 36,60 
34 7" 36,60 

24 20B 23 

27 57b 

28 OB 
27 52B 

108 60B 

32 sea 

64 40W 

32 30B 
23 62B 



57 
16 
7 
8 
22 
23 
23 
22 
18 
36 
38 
17 
18 
23 
16 
15 
22 



37 
37 
37 
69 
69 
59 
34 
.'>9 
34 
::9 
15 
16 
15 
69 
59 
34 
62 
37 
59 
25 
25 

7 
36 

8 
22 
18 

8 
15 
38 
33 

7 
54 
46 
52 
53 
15 
31 
33 
27 
10 
34 
31 
32 
22 
22 
29 
22 
36 

9 
31 
36 
22 
10 
38 



33 
60 
33 
36 
36 
62 
43 
34 



r.rrick8tane Umos 65 23n 
Errldale^... — ......57 4IN 

Errlgal Keerogue.JS4 28N 
Erriii, Head .........64 I8N 

Krriye, River ^^M a6N 
Krrode .^............1 1 17N 

Eriol ~«.. .......56 23M 

Krroniango lale..>.18 508 
l>»cliwyl ............47 22N 

Krskine ^.............65 66n 

ErskineR. ..^....^2 78 

Ertonbacli~,.........47 17n 

ErvBlen ........... 57 21 n 

Ervasti .............jjs 43n 

Krvedal, O. .........:<9 6n 

Ervede .......51 .36N 

Krvedeira~..........39 69n 

Krvillers ...50 8n 

Ervoes.......«.w~.-41 47n 

Krvy .............._ ..48 4N 

Kryurte ................S3 9s 

Eryihrasum Mare 13 On 
Erytlirae ......>....J8 2lN 

Erytliron ....^......32 62n 

Enrx .... „ ,...,.... .'!8 4N 

t Erze GfbirBe ~.ai .ION 
Erten..............,...52 .3n 

Ensen............ 3H 12n 

Erz i .. »»»«,........,. ; t4 29N 

9 32N 
.iit 46N 
.39 54N 
28 50N 

25 30N 
52 9N 

...60 43N 

3 158 

21 248 

1 IN 

ai On 

,L>2 45N 
40 61 N 
.39 37N 

26 1 88 
•.~.~.'J9 2N 



£rzingan 
Erzoog, Bay 
Erzrouni ... 
Erzvog B. .. 
Ks hlwnk K. 
Eabuck..^^..... 
Kscacullei 

Jj.8CU(lfl ...........1.... 

Eacaiclio 

E^ciilao 

Eiicanibia 

Escundun 

Eacarigo 

E.'caro 

liscarpte. Cape 

Escarroupin 



K^tch .................Jit 3lN 

Each ...~,............4!t 64N 

K!«lie ~~........w-,47 15N 

Eschelles, k>8~ 4.^ i!8n 

E8cherliausen.......,.')l 56N 

Escliolzniatt.........46 .55N 

Escliwcge ..^......./il UN 

Escliweiler ..^^^r*) 5«n 

Escoccs .............. 8 55N 

Eacombrorn, Isle... 2 .35N 
Escondidn, In ......2,3 3(>n 

Kscondidc), Porto i^O ON 
Esuoiidido, Purto 19 ON 
l':acorial, Kl ..........40 38N 

E>cort ........ 5,'i UN 

Escuclio ...............37 27N 

Ewuminae Point „47 3n 
Escuntia ^...,^...,..14 15n 
Eadraelon .......w.32 .36n 

Esdud .................31 45N 

Eseneru It. ....^..15 os 



*>0^^»»^^***»^*'*^^^^%. 



Esens 
EUerenu, River 
Eaguiva, River 
Esli .,».... 
Esha Ness 
Eslier. 
Eslilon 



^*^»i>»^*»^>*^>^>». 



53 38N 
,15 268 
41 3!)N 
45N 
;0 ;i9N 
61 22N 
Jb\ N 



Eshmiskin ...32 .50n 

Eshmunein ...........27 45n 

Esholt 53 51 N 

t Eshoot ............. 4 ON 

Eshtaol ....,..^.......31 47N 

Esino, River ......43 40n 

£^k L. .....>.........56 54N 

Esk, Lake~......,....Ji6 5n 

Esk Mousul ...^.....36 3tlN 

Esk, North R. .....>}] 338 

Esk, North R.......65 48N 

Esk, South R 41 458 

Esk, South R.......55 4!«N 

Esk, River .,....^..54 29n 

Esk, River ,.^......54 58N 

Eak, River, Nortluin 47N 
Esk, River, Soutli-W 42N 

E8kdaleuiuir~MWM..^5 KiN 
Eski Adalia .........36 43N 

Eski Adalia ....^-.'16 47n 

Eski Baba 41 25N 

Eski Djuma~~~~.43 13n 
Eski Hissar .,..,.....37 46n 

Eski Kala.......,.....36 33n 

Eski Kara Hissar .^6 60n 
Eski Saghra....»..~.42 30N 

Eskilstuna...«..~....69 22N 

Eskor .................29 43N 

Eskrick ...............53 63N 

Esmeralda«,»«...,~.. 3 13n 



3 ,'«)W 

6 46W 

7 4W 
9 68W 
9 40W 

77 46B 

3 12W 
169 17b 

7 34B 

4 28w 
149 7a 

8 36B 
33 31 B 
24 60b 

7 44W 

8 22B 
862W 
3 60R 

7 22W 
3 65b 

64 45W 

63 OB 
26 29B 
22 158 
13 35B 
13 OB 

9 I4R 
41 30b 

40 40R 
.39 45B 
48 12B 

41 20R 
48 16B 
60 42B 
10 &8B 

1 66B 
46 9W 

64 low 
6 53W 

67 15W 

99 17W 

6 46W 

16 16B 

112 60b 

8 44W 

5 67b 

5 5.3B 

8 15B 

6 46B 

9 37B 

7 6GB 
10 3B 

6 14B 

3 2W 
77 51 W 

1 69W 

102 7w 

74 S5V 

91 low 

4 7w 

6 4W 
1 46w 

64 52W 
91 9w 
a") 23B 
.34 41 E 

65 18W 

7 4lB 
67 20w 

4 43W 
1 43W 

1 42W 

22w 

2 7w 
36 llB 

30 61B 

1 43W 
46 30B 
34 67b 
13 22B 

3 17w 
6 OW 

42 48B 
147 aSB 

3 16W 

147 25B 

3 7W 

37w 
3 2w 

2 24w 

2 29w 

3 16W 
3 llw 

31 38B 
31 27B 
27 2S 
26 34b 
29 15B 
71 »■ 
90 45B 
26 42B 
16 27a 
31 S2B 

1 2W 

66 3W 



10 

9 

12 

12 

13 

39 

10 

41 

17 

10 

66 

17 

27 

iJ7 

30 

21 

311 

16 

3)> 

16 

64 

68 

66 

69 

69 

ii.X 

21 

36 

36 

36 

38 

36 

38 

38 

21 

1ft 

54 

53 

.30 

48 

49 

30 

32 

41 

.30 

19 

19 

17 

16 

21 

17 

31 

21 

8 

63 

29 

49 

50 

49 

'M 

12 

29 

46 

49 

37 

37 

62 

21 

62 

30 

7 

» 

8 

7 

37 

60 

7 

43 

37 

31 

9 

10 

3tt 

57 

10 

67 

10 

7 

10 

10 

10 

7 

10 

36 

CO 

33 

a3 

60 
88 
36 

3a 

^6 



7 
51 



E 



18 



INDEX TO BLAC 



h««H. 



Lit. 



LONO. 



Ne.ov 



I I 



Esky Ilissur 

Rsmeraldas 

ICsmoraca 

EUiieli. 

Eniit 

t'-mon 

Esoces P. 
Espadllla 
Kspalion 



Namb*. 



L.I 



lAmo. 



No. ur 
M«r. 



Nam**. 



Lat. 



IioRa. 



.37 4!IN 
. 57N 
,24 lin 
.23 I7N 
.,^} 25N 

8ft5N 

,40 6N 

>4 30N 



Bspitlinador Isle^30 47n 
K«paiiillo ...^^^^2 39n 
Espunn, Porto...^IO 3.5N 
Etpnrdell, l8le~..~38 47n 
t.'gpejt)>^^.,.^..«,.^> 3!is 
(^sporanoe Hrirb.«^.3 2US 
Kspcr-liield ^...^..^M A.MN 

E«pichel, C'lpo ..,38 24n 
(''i>pinnr..~.....~..,..,4() 41N 

E^piiiulv «^ 2H 40s 

Kspiiuile .....~.....22 1 9s 
K«pino8a ..~....>#>42 31 n 
Espinosa <...~,...~.43 StN 
Kspiiiosa del Rey 39 3UN 
Espirito Santo, 

Cape ~.~~.~-«,12 2SN 
t Etpirito Santo, 

or Victoria ......20 4<m 

Espiritu Sunto~M~21 fiON 
Espiritu Santo 

(Antloquia)~.~. 7 27" 
Eapiritii Saiito 

Isle (Californi:i) 24 40n 
Espiritu SHnto U. 27 SUs 
Enpiritu Santo 

Buy (if ........ 

I Espiritu Santu 

Tierra del ...... 

Esporlas 



29 ISR 
79 36w 
m Ow 
32 34b 
31 2«tB 

3 3SB 
77 46w 

24nr 

8 44B 

1 34B 
6«2W 

61 3MW 

1 38B 
70 27W 

147 8R 

2 "(tw 
!) 37b 

9 14W 

4 ilW 
57 36W 
S6 smv 

4 17w 

3 30W' 

4 47W 



36 
&2 
M 
43 
43 
15 
SO 
10 
16 
29 
30 
6-2 
29 
53 
57 
7 
25 
30 
30 
53 
54 
30 
30 
30 



125 20B 40 

41 20W 54 

79 23W 60 

75 42w 52 



110 20w 
82 43W 



4!) 
4B 



,3A SON 96 3Sw 49 



Espoaende.^ 
Espownde 



..l.'i 08 

.31) 3UN 

I OS 



,..41 31N 



S Esquimaux ......66 20N 

EsquiuiiiUX Lakc..69 20N 
I Esquimaux 
(Mackenzie's R.)68 30n 
E*quina~»»~....~.29 is 

Esquiiui ............... 1 3 68 

Esquina do S. Joce37 428 

Esquina Grande ...24 12a 

Rsseck 

Esaei.. 

Essen. 

Essen.. 

(^ssun . 

Easequibo 



52 41N 

52 l»N 

52 421* 

^,.M I In 

.. 6 24N 



Esser.i, River ......41 25n 

Esaeriinus...~.....^6 43n 

t Essex ...... .. Ji l 46N 

i Essex (Ciiiiuda) 42 I2N 
Essie ....M......»..iM5<i 37N 

Essina.~~. 1 20n 

EssinKen ^,,,^,^49 45n 
EssinKlon, Port ...II 208 
E8-Siout~.»..~.....27 9N 

Esslani ...>., .........4H 31n 

■<...... «i. o 7 22N 

,48 34N 
.44 5N 
42 471* 
4)> 1»N 
II 178 
.'19 338 
588 



Easlemunt 

Essone 

hiibifort. 

KstHgel 

Estitin . 

Estanciii 

Biitancilla 

Estuiiisliio„_ 

Instates of Piiry. 




117 15B 41 

2 36k 2!) 
52 IW 54 

8 42W 30 
108 UW 45 
130 Ow 46 I 

1.15 0\v 45- 1 
59 24Hr 53 
61 22w 
68 13W 
61 57w 
I8 42B 

9 :)7B 

8 I8B 
7 53B 
6 36B 

58 43W 

22B 

6 39b 

35B 
83 50Hr 

3 \W 
44 OB 

9 2lB 
132 20B 

31 14B 
12 38B 

3 8W 

3 28B 

38B 

2 4lR 

5 38b 
37 35W 

73 30W 

74 57w 



53 
53 
53 
23 
21 
21 
31 
18 
52 
29 
17 

8 
46 
10 
58 
31 
41 
43 
33 

9 
15 
16 
16 
15 
54 
53 
52 



Bitis ... 
EstHVeyer. 

Este 

Esteca Pt 

Esteco 

Bstellii ~. 

Eitemuali 

Bitepa 

Estepar 

Bstepon 



..M....35 50N 
46 61 M 

I6N 

43 47n 
,.25 178 

..'il 25N 

I9N 

42 I6N 

. - ^ 36 26M 

Esterus del Pt.......35 17n 

Estcrsiiuw............53 56N 

Bstivarvilles ^ 4)1 26N 

Estoury ... .^40 37n 

Estrecu ^.....^.^....25 27s 

Estrees ...~,...~....49 9n 

EstreitodiiCalhetii.'ll 44n 
EsireltH, La..~......:<8 7" 

Estrella, River >... u .Wn 
Estrellus ..............43 :f9N 

Bstrelioj ..,...^.. . ..,23 45n 

Estremuie ........... 5 3<is 

Estremoz ~.,..~..... ' t8 &4n 

t Estrt'iniiduru 

(Portugal).... 
t Estreuiudura 

(Spain) »....»»>%) l.tN 
Estrlci, Fort ......41 fl7N 

i 



43 20B 

6 6IB 
II 42B 

7 41w 

63 45W 

2 3V 
35 6B 

4 55vir 

3 58W 

5 9w 
120 37»v 

8 low 
3 2flB 

39 35B 

64 9W 
IW 

17 I2W 

5 6W 
at 42w 

6 49B 
109 l2Hr 

35 2IHr 

7 26w 



59 
17 
31 
30 
53 
39 
37 
30 
30 
30 
49 
12 
1(> 
36 
53 
15 
42 
30 
49 
lU 
49 
54 
30 



.39 5N 8 40nr 30 



5 5!IW 
8 22W 



30 
30 



Euphemia, Sta ,..38 31 n 4 Mw 30 

Euphorbiuni ......38 25n 30 16b AM 

EuplirantasTurris3l 14n 17 Ob 5ti 

Euphrates R. ......31 3n 46 Ob 59 

Euro R................36 58n 22 35B 34 

Euro, River.........48 ION I llB 15 

^ Euro, Depart- 
ment of .~.~».....49 4N 1 la 15 

t Euro and Loir, 

Department or..^8 27n 1 23b 15 

Euria ............<.....3I 37n 25 7b 59 

Eur«a 39 47N SO 66b 59 

Europa Bay. See 

Oibraltar.......... 89 

Europa, Itle .....^.21 558 40 IOb 43 

Europa Point ......36 7n i 2ow 30 

Europa Point. See 
Gibraltar ......... 

Europns .............. .35 40n 



Ji» On 



Eurotas U 
t Europe . 
Eurymedon R. .....37 15n 

± Eury tania ..,.,.....38 57n 

Euschoeniu ...^......30 55n 

Eusene ......«..>.....41 23n 

Eu8taclie~...........45 .'i7N 

Eustathio Agio I 
Eustic Isle 

Euston 52 24N 

Eutenbia ............»..49 31 n 

EutlilcH...............31 3n 

Eutin .................JM ION 

Euxine Sea ........M 25N 



■M) 45N 
.......... I i? 8 .30N 



Euxton 

Ev.inovsk 

Evans R. 

Evanshai 

Evanton 

Evarchus R 

Ev( 




53 40N 
~.58 l!*N 
2t> 88 
.36 41IN 
57 40M 
1 50N 
^....54 46N 



Evenagh, Ben.>....55 7n 

Evening Island ... 2 25n 
Evenvig ............ . 16O 58N 

Even wood .......... 54 37n 




Everdinghe .......Mi &3n 

Everdnip ........ 55 13n 

Everingbaui ........53 5:M 

fiVeriey ................51 17n 

Everoiasto ....X....J8 26n 

Eversden, 
Evertoo... 
Evesham, 
Evian. 
Evie 
Eviix R 
EvoLna 
Evora ....... 

Evonunonte 

Evort Lake ........JiJ 34N 

Evrenii .........42 35n 

Evreo-nisi ...........J7 5In 

Evreux ~.............4» In 

j!iwart..w.i..............oj 35N 

Ewe 1. ....... I. ......57 51 N 

Ewe, Loch .........57 5In 

Ewell ...>............>,51 2IN 

Ewelm ..Jil 30n 

Ewerby ^...............Vi In 

Ewes . .................55 I3N 

Eweslty ...............55 14N 

Ewliurst .....51 9n 



52 UN 

53 25N 
3 6n 
6 24N 

7N 

i7 54N 

,46 6N 

38 49N 




Exaitaciun, River 12 26s 
Exitltacion du la 
C'ruz~.-............12 308 

Exbury ...,..^.......50 48N 

Exchequer Isles ... 508 
bxe, River .........SO 41n 

Exea 

Exeter 

Exetero 

Exford 

Exhall 

Exit) 

Exnioutli 

Exmoutli Bay 

Exmouth Mt. ......31 Lis 

Exning ................52 17n 

uXton .... . ............ 5 2 4lN 

t^'*^'" frl 6n 

Ezuma Isle .,..23 30n 

Exuma Sound ..^...24 2()n 
Ey R. .............^...oe 55N 

Eya Fiord ....67 On 

Eyam ...,...„,.„.,..53 17N 
Kybost ^.^^.,..........67 24N 

Eyder, River««....,.54 31 n 

Eye.....,........,.>....,53 20N 

Eye~.~ ...^....,.....52 38N 

Bye R. (Berwick) 55 52n 
Eyeo, or Kutuiiga 9 ION 
Eyerlurid ...> ~~.....53 9n 



51 53B 

30 OB 

31 23B 
21 38B 
30 SB 
36 13b 
63 58W 
84 36B 
81 SOW 

48B 
7 28B 

27 53B 

10 39b 
35 OB 

2 4IW 
44 57b 

153 30B 
81 9lw 

4 20W 
35 IOB 
24 53B 

6 55W 
lai 45B 

5 8B 

1 4nw 

3 48B 

11 56B 

46W 

1 41W 
21 3UB 

Ow 

2 58w 

1 57W 

6 38B 

3 9W 

4 low 

7 31B 

7 3!iW 
7 29w 
7 9W 

2(i 48B 
23 9B 

1 lOB 

2 3W 

5 36W 

5 35W 

15W 

1 4W 

20w 

3 OW 

1 54w 

27W 
65 41W 

65 47W 

1 25W 
145 OB 

3 8(iw 

i «w 

3 dtfw 

147 3B 

3 37W 

I 20W 

17 31 B 

3 23W 

114 lOK 

14U 66U 

23B 

.19w 
3 3IW 

75 48W 
7u 50W 
3 30W 
17 40 W 
73 -JB 

1 42w 

6 27w 
9 IB 
1 8B 
I2w 
3 4W 
5 IOB 



29 
59 

1.6 

5!l 

34 

69 

60 

46 

34 

48 

8 

22 

69 

25 

59 

1 

27 

56 

48 

9 

69 

27 

13 

35 

86 

7 

19 

25 

7 

8 

34 

8 

7 

8 

31 

9 

9 

17 

30 

30 

9 

33 

34 

15 

7 

9 

9 

8 

8 

7 

10 

7 

8 

62 

53 
8 

35 
8 

29 
8 

57 
8 
8 

24 
8 

41 

66 
8 
8 
8 

60 

50 
9 

45 

39 
7 
9 

25 
S 
8 

10 

42 



MUi 



Fairliglit ....,......,..~50 52N 

Fuirsted...,..,~.,~,...~.'>l 49N 
Fairvlew«....,.........42 In 

Fairweatlier, 
Mount...~.~....,.58 55N 

Falthe ....... 52 llN 

Faiya, W. el ........II 9n 

FtOa dos Padres ...31 39n 
Figao, Pta..~~«..~.3l 46n 
Fiijani de Ovellia -31 47n 

FuKenliam... ..52 51 N 

Fakhous. Tel ~.~.30 45N 



Fakus Res 

Fala,.,.. 

Falabu 

Falabank. 

Falaise. 



il S2s 

.55 50N 

9 58N 

t 65N 

w».48 52N 

.m.m42 54N 



Falcon, Cape .....JS 45N 

Falconara.~~.~...,.19 20N 
Falconara~..........37 6n 

Falcone, Cape...,..40 6!M 
Faleme, River......l5 30n 

Faleril....w......»....42 SON 

Falisli .................58 7n 

Falkenbcrg.........>56 &7n 

Falkengteln.,......„,.47 44N 

Falkenwald .........JS1 31 N 

Falkirk 66 In 

Falkland (Fife- 

shire) ,... .....M I5n 

Falkland Isles 51 508 

Falkland, West, 1.52 Os 
Falkland Sound ...52 Os 
Falkonen>......,...„J6 49n 

Falkoplng............J8 9n 

Fall 47 41 N 

Fall, Long ^....,.,..47 ON 



Fall, W S6 31N 

Falles.............. 56 23n 

Fallfors ................64 7N 

Fa| lsterbo..~...,....J» 25N 

Ff|llstone~~~~...»..56 UN 

Falmay iti 27 98 

Falmer......>~.......50 52N 

Falmouth ........,..,.,50 9N 

Falmouth ............41 338 

Falmouth 

(Antigua) ~»~,. 
Falmoutli Ilurbr, 

(JuniaicaJ 
Falmouth 

(Nova bcotia) 
False Hay, 
False Bay 



-17 ON 

18 30N 

45 ON 
iO •i3N 

208 



False Bay, (Cape 

of Good Uopc) -34 158 

False Cape 26 30N 

FalseVarela.Cupvll 3iiN 

Falset ............ 41 12N 

Falside^...,-. ..Jii 34N 

Falside ..............Mi .55N 

t Falster, Isle....,jy4 50N 

FalUi..,.^.,. 4t> UN 

Falu ... ........Ail UN 

Falu, River ..^....Ui:! 33N 
Faiuheoo Isle ~.~,l I 20N 
Falun..,...~..........60 3on 

Falvuterra 41 :i:iN 

Falyoon ...,....,~..,29 55n 

Famiigosta ...^,.^.35 7n 
Famieli .^...^...,....35 30n 

Family Isles~...~..l8 108 
Fauuind, Lake .^-62 12n 
Fanado ...^..........1 7 .MM 

Fanal~..,...w....,.....40 7n 

Fanal Ig«-...~.,....J15 568 

Faiiari, Cape .......40 56N 

Fanari M. ..........JX] 3n 

Fane River... ,.53 67n 

Fannich Loch ...^.57 40N 
Panjeaux ...........A3 1 IN 

Funkerton ^.^ . ...-56 2n 

Fannut Point .......55 I7N 

Fanii^ch Forest ...57 4In 
Fann.iigs Isle ....... 2 40n 

F ano ......,,....,.,...43 DtiN 

Fano ,.,,..,...........39 51 N 

Fanoe, l8le~....~>.55 8:<n 

Fanore River......-53 6n 

Faiireach ...^....,..57 14n 

Fans .^...^.^,......55 :ii)N 

Fantvannes .........48 16N 

Fanuin CHrisi-...~.40 2 In 
Fanum. See Envs. 

of Rome.^......^. 

Faom...-....~...._.49 21 n 

Faou, Le ...48 I7N 

Faou, Wadi el.,.~,:!7 47n 
Faouet, Le .....^..48 3n 
Faoug..... 46 64N 



109 



2 

2 

11 



18 40B 

14 Ow 
12K 
52B 
2IW 
2lw 
65B 

28 12B 

15 OB 
13 6b 

147 4ltB 
15 38B 
13 2«B 
61 368 
34 IB 
36 28B 
146 108 
11 45H 
42 15W 
23 198 
175 78 
25 lOB 
25 328 

6 32W 

5 Ow 

3 

3 

7 

6 

169 

13 



74 2nw 

4 14W 

32 338 

3 33W 

7 68 



C TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



AMU*. 



Ut. 



Imm, 



No. or 
MAr. 




ifflit ^^^<~~A*I A2N 

rlew..^..^«..-4^ IN 
veatlier, 
iHiit.^^«.^<».B8 55N 

le S< llN 

», W. el .11 »N 

dot Padres .^1 39n 
>, Pta.<~>~~~3l 4tfN 
II de Ovellia .^1 47n 

iiliam... .,..H2 SIN 

OUR, Tel 3U 4.'iN 

■ Res :il «2s 

55 60N 

9 WN 

1 C5N 

...^B 52N 

m, Cape ^.^...as 45n 
inaru~~..»~^')9 SON 
>na m ~>.~>~~.37 6n 
me, Cape.......^) 5!M 

ne, River<.,^l& 30N 
H.,.^ 4a 20N 

mberg^^...,.M 57n 
ingteln..^,.»....47 44 n 
inwald ^,..„^:i 31 n 
rk ,.„.„.,^..Mi IN 
and (Fife- 
■e) .^..^...^.ja I5N 
and Isles ^~J>I Ms 
and, West, 1.52 (» 
and Sound ,^-2 OS 
>neiu>....~.~.J6 4!)N 
)ping.i...»,«.,.«JM) 9N 

Long ....,.».^47 ON 
W MS 2IN 

terb»w>~>o.«.Jt5 25N 

tone 55 UN 

iiy III ^^27 9s 

er -^> 6JN 

outli «.»«.,>.~~.ao !iN 

DUtll 

iligiia) ....^^17 On 



.%■ 8 

33S H 

80 82W 47 



137 Ow 

6 25W 

35 I'll 

17 2wr 

17 ISW 

17 I5W 

5la 

31 4t»B 

20 )3K 

2 54tV 

10 HW 

2 lUw 
llw 

12 3»B 

53W 

16 41 

14 4* 

8 8B 

I0 40W 

12 24B 

4 34W 

12 271 

12 9B 
14 25B 

3 47vir 

3 13W 

59 20Hr 

60 20W 
59 -MW 
23 54K 

13 30B 

8 36B 
7» 8W 

4 39w 

9 158 
19 30B 
12 45B 

2 25W 

64 5«W 

6W 

5 4W 
148 24B 



45 

13 
37 
42 
42 
42 

7 
43 
44-1 
10 
42 
10 
15 
31 
44 
32 
32 
32 
42 
59 

9 
26 
22 
24 
10 

10 
51 
51 
51 
34 
26 
17 
46 
10 
25 
26 
26 

7 
&i 

8 

8 

67 



uutli Ilurbr, 
niaictty 
Dnili 

)va bcotla) 
Hay, 
Buy 



61 SOW 50 



18 30N 77 40W 50 



45 ON 

iO as 

•jn •Jtm 



Bay, (Cape 

}ood Uopv) ~34 158 

Cnpe 26 3()n 

Var«;la,Cupvll 3on 
41 12N 
55 34N 



l»*»/'<l*M^<l»*>*»*>»*« I 




Uivur 
leoo Isle 




56 :i5s 

...M 50N 

4)> I4N 

il ON 

~U>:: 33N 

II 20N 

60 aiN 

41 XiS 

29 5SN 
««rfww#35 7n 
■,,,,..M 30N 
y lsles~,,.,,>..,l» lOS 
nd, Lake ~~62 12N 
lo 17 508 

li..,^^,..,,.^ 56s 
i. Cape ,.„^0 56n 
I Alt »»»^*»»^»^<<37 3N 
Hiver>^...~...53 57N 
cli Loch ,.„^7 40N 
iiux <,..»,^^43 I IN 
irton ,.,^,.„M 2n 
t Point ^,,.-55 17N 
cli Forest ,^57 4In 



•igs Isle . 



, Isle 
e River, 
tell 

unnes 



2 40N 

^^3 5tiN 

^,^'J 51 N 

^..M 2:*N 

6N 

57 14N 

55 :iUN 

48 I6N 



(I CHrlsi>..,.~40 2 IN 
n. See Envs. 
oine<~~~~». 

49 21 N 

Le 48 17N 

Wadi el :f7 47n 

t, Le ^..~^8 3N 
46 64N 



64 Ow 

m .%■ 
62 low 

18 401 

14 Ow 
109 12K 

5<;k 

2 21 w 

2 21 W 

II 55r 

2U 12k 

15 OK 
15 6k 

147 40K 
IS 3«K 
13 2t)K 
51 36k 
34 IK 
36 28K 

146 lOK 
II 45K 
42 15W 
23 I9R 

175 7« 
25 lt)K 
25 32K 

6 32W 
5 Ow 

2 4b 

3 56W 

7 38W 
5 Ow 

15!) Ow 
13 OB 

19 2lB 

8 25b 

9 ISW 
2 40W 

2 37W 

3 53B 
9 40B 



74 2nw 
4 Uw 

32 33B 
3 33W 
7 6B 



46 

3!i 
53 

44 1 
42 
40 
29 
10 
9 
25 
33 
26 
26 
:i5 
26 
31 
38 
•M 
60 
41 
26 
54 
33 
S7 

ai 

34 
12 

9 
16 
10 
12 

9 

1 
31 
U 
25 
13 

9 
10 
15 
59 

31 
46 
15 
43 
15 



N«Mlt«. 



Lat. 



LoROi 



Mo. Of 
Uaf. 



NiiHn. 



Lat. 



Iawh. 



No. or 
Map. 




"l-'astnet Isle 
Fat ffUlley. 
Norfolk I 
Fateereli «> 
FateJ 
Fatianovo 
Fnlnassa <^ 



See 



~J»1 85N 9 36W 13 



.^36N 

59 AN 

JIS ION 

.^26N 



Patnatina, Kiver 29 Hs 
Fatsisio Isle ~^^J3 W 
Fatta l)ur.,,>......^26 14n 

Faucamiont>..^..^9 52N 
Fauglinnvale ,,...,.^1 2N 
Faugliart .,»^..^..54 2n 



54 57N 
^45 Us 

^4'J 4i>N 
2 I5N 



Fauquemberg ...^^O a'iN 

Fauville ,.. .49 40N 

Fauvillen .......,.,....4» son 

Faux, Cape ...^..^.17 48n 
Faventia ..,.».>..,^44 20n 
Faversluun.^.i.,...~51 20n 
Favigiiana Isle.~..~37 57n 
Favone Point ......^1 46n 

Pavonii Ps. ..>..^4I SON 
xrawiey ».»»..^.^»...i»f 5 son 
Fawnaboy......,..,. ^ 5 4n 

Faxe Fiord ..........^64 20N 

Faxe, liiver......>.~63 Ion 

Fuxlon ^....^.»....52 22N 

Fay, le .^...,^,.,^46 28N 
Fayde Billot...^..,..^? 46n 
Fayeiteville «.«..>...J5 8N 
Fayette ville 

(N. Carolina )~~.36 ON 
Fayetteville 

(Georgia) 33 26N 

Fazely ^^,^^,^i 36n 
Facintanu ~.~,,..-ll 40n 

Feacli»ig~. ...~55 22N 

Feactiton W r ...57 5n 

Feafuir ^,^....^„.M S3n 
Feule Ab. ...^...,...55 33n 
Feale Itivcr ,.,^,^'i 25N 
Four, Ciipti ........J3 54N 

Fcani .......^57 46n 

Peani K .>.......,,^.57 SON 

Feam Water ...,^.57 SON 
Fearn W. Water 57 4UN 
Feather Cas. ,.,.,..54 40N 
Featherstone 
Fubruitry Ft. 
F^auip ,..^^ 
Feckenliam , 
Ffldderat Cas. ^,^7 33N 
Feddie ..,....^,.....57 8N 

Federovka ~..,...~SI 3ilN 
Fedliii e .,,..>.....«......55 MN 

Fedotovo 62 lUN 

Feeroipoor .........30 48n 

Feerwen .............53 IHn 

Fefeglwyi ...........52 30n 

behnilturf ^............47 24n 

Fehrbvlin 52 49N 

Feidelund Pt. ....^.60 3HN 

Feik .... 32 47N 

Feiran, Wuters ol 28 49N 

Feitco ......57 4()N 

Feisun ~~.....»..,...;<7 2<in 

Fekote Ugy ..... 45 5i<n 

Feliinicli .. ....3!> 2(iN 

Felding .......... 55 54 n 

Feldkircli ....... ..46 49n 

Feldkirch .....,...w47 16n 

Feldkireh .............47 SON 

Feldsberg ................46 51 n 

Felegyhaza .,...,...46 43n 

Felicudi Isle . 38 3Sn 

relincs .,..,.......,..45 ISN 

Felix 30 aON 

Felix, Ciipo 69 30N 

Felix, River 57 SIN 

Felixzuno .,.......^44 SUN 

Fellescliffe ..,.~,,-54 On 
Feliuton .„.......,..„51 SUN 

• Fellya,. ..33 17N 

Pellin ., 58 liiN 

Felpiiam ...^ SO 48n 

Felsluiui..,.. — „„^2 12N 
Feislna ,»„...,...„44 30N 
Felsobanya .,,.....,.47 4on 

Feltun ,....,....„...S5 18n 

Folton Water ,,.,,,.52 49n 
Feltre .~..,.,...„......46 4N 

Feltria ,.,„.1....,....46 6n 

Feltniig... j6 31N 

Feltz ..„.....„„..„„.4J) 46N 

Fenivren, Isle 54 3iN 

Feinereu, Suuiid,..S4 29n 
Feinina IdIo ,~,.,„.38 16n 
Fenagli ~......,......>54 In 

Fenchi 2g62N 

Feiiclioo~,.,..„.,.,„37 17N 
Fen-chuiii ...........JB ISn 

i 



33 SOB 
36 7B 
44 SSB 

9 3B 

68 Hw 

140 9SB 

70 20B 
1 33B 

7 6W 
6 2&W 
3 6b 
3UB 

5 37b 

71 36W 

11 SOh 

MB 

12 18B 
9 24B 
9 22B 

1 22W 

8 7W 
22 OW 
17 lOB 

Slw 

1 26B 

6 37B 
86 40W 



84 4flw 

1 42W 

43 OW 

5 38W 
4 27W 

3 3UW 

4 3IW 
9 3UW 

78 OW 

3 58W 

4 I7W 
4 20W 
4 22W 
4 23W 

2 30W 
166 3SB 

23B 

1 58W 
8 13w 
8 20W 

44 39B 

6 4w 
40 35B 
74 3SR 

6 26b 

3 29W 
8 43B 

12 4lK 

1 l«W 
35 44K 
33 2>K 

6 21 w 
40 2UK 
25 33B 

3 I3B 

8 45B 
14 2B 

9 4lB 
12 UB 

9 27b 
19 54B 
14 SOB 

3 44B 

2 45w 



S6 
43 
88 
87 
44 
53 
35 
39 
16 
12 
18 
16 
IS 
19 
SO 
69 

8 
32 
31 
69 

8 
12 
45 
86 

8 
16 
15 
48 



78 saw 48 



48 

8 

54 

10 

9 

9 

10 

13 

48 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

7 

67 
15 
8 
9 
9 
28 
10 
27 
3!> 
18 
8 
17 
24 
10 
37 
43 
9 
36 
23 
29 
25 
23 
i3 
22 
17 
23 
32 
16 
29 



98 30W 4>Vi 

9 

31 

7 

8 

36 

27 

U 

8 

59 

23 

7 

8 

31 

69 

85 

19 

85 

25 

32 

12 

59 

55 

Si 



4 7w 

8 288 

I auw 

1 litH 
43 408 
25 aOK 
40W 
SlE 
II XOK 
iS 44B 

1 4aw 
a 5UW 

18 OB 

18 608 

8 7R 

Ua 

88 

98 

148 

saw 
Ok 





n 

11 

13 

7 

31 



111 38b 

112 OK 



Ferriby, N. 
Ferriby, 8. 
Ferriere, la 
Ferrieret ,~ 
Ferrintosh.... 
Ferro, Cape 
Ferriter CastI 
Ferro, Isle 
Ferro Point 



Ferro de Vacas 
Ferroe Isles 
Ferrol 
Ferrol Isles 
Perron es 
Ferru, M. 



Jk3 46N 
M 40N 
9n 

.M 84n 
.67 34N 

.~97 An 

8 I2N 
27 SON 
29 S2N 

...39 9N 
Sa ON 
3 29n 

9 5S 
43 2HN 
.40 13N 



Ferry Bridge ,„„.53 43N 
Ferae, River _„.wS3 SON 
F«rt£ sur Aube, la 48 5n 
Ferti Bernard, La 48 UN 
Fert«, la, 

sous Juuarre,~,„48 57n 
Fert« Sen- 



neterre, la 
Fertil River 
Feshn 

Fesia, River 
Festenhcim . 
Festiniog 
Fethard , 
Fetherd 
Fetieiix 



4IN 
) 848 

.JSH SIN 
...... J 3 iSN 

47 65N 



-52 27N 
.52 ION 
.49 31 N 
.60 37N 



Fetlar Is!« 

Fettan „„.„.., 46 4Un 

FetteranRus„~.,~.57 aiN 
Fettercaim...,~„,~Ji6 S2n 

Petteressoe .~. "S S8k 

Fettrona ,.,....,.,.^9 ION 

Feuclit 49 20n 

Fcuchtwaui g 49 UN 

Feuilhif^. 46 12N 

Feuillce,^.- 48 23N 

Feyoe, Isle 54 S8N 

t Feat 

Fez 



.,.„„„,~.13 45N 

Fiambaia .,.........,.'7 53s 

Flanona Oeniiiio..,..45 8n 

Fiara S7 5n 

Fiascune, M. ........42 3i'N 

Ficani, 

Horde of the ,..^30 5Ss 
Fichtel, Mount ^...50 24n 
Fichtcl, Niuib, U. 49 46n 

Fid Isle 54 19N 

Fidden, or Kiiitra 56 20n 
Fiddich, Glen ,..^..57 24N 
Ftddleton ...........JtS 15N 

Fiddoun ,.......,.,...52 19n 

Fidenr. Sire Envs. 

of Roni«....».,..,.., 



Fiiluris....... 

Fi.esd 

Fidiliah „ 

Fidj 'B l.>k't>.,.,... 

Fidra, Isle 

Fiel, Lake 

Field R 

Fiolierk.. 

Fiellenip 

Fielsted 

Fierceness 

Fiesole 



46 SIN 

47 &UN 
»:i:i 4:.'N 
~I7 OS 
»66 5N 

,_'>5 4()N 

..:ii 108 

-M 13N 

56 31 N 

&5 2<)N 
59 12N 
43 4SN 



.~«-57 32N 
56 16N 
56 13N 



32W 

30W 
6 63B 

6 3SB 

4 asw 

7 lOB 
10 30W 

18 asw 
91 a9w 

8 8W 

7 OW 

a 18W 

78 46W 

a S7W 

8 258 

1 l.iw 
18 488 

4 4UB 
38B 



7 

7 
17 
19 

9 
44 
13 
43 
48 
30 

6 
30 
62 
30 
32 

7 
84 
15 
15 



3 7B 16 



Fifekeith 
Fife Ness 
± Fifesliire 
Kifleld 

FiHng ....47 48N 

1- igadi L. .w~.,~.,JM 12N 
Figari, Cape ,„....~40 68N 
Figeac .................44 37n 

Fighelden.. ....51 16n 

Fl^liig 32 86N 

Figiicira ~.«„.jn 7n 

Figuuira doa 
Cuviilieiros ,,,,..38 8N 

Figuera .........40 ION 

Figucras .., ...42 17N 

Flsuerrerus Mt. D. 18 6n 

Fikreh, W.el 31 2N 

FIlby .., .,.52 39N 

Fileline 
Filey 
Filey Bity 
Filey, Pt 
FiltlaL 
Filigas 
Fililik. 
Filisur 



S3 SIN 

13N 

laN 

,,.-54 13N 

,.,35 44N 

.^,41 36N 

17 ON 

46 4lN 



1 568 

67 30W 
31 3B 
11 108 

7 388 
3 64W 

7 40W 

6 52w 
3 478 
S2W 

10 ISB 

8 IW 
8 32W 
8 ISW 

16 418 

11 98 

10 238 

2 38 

3 S4W 

4 128 

8 42W 

7 27W 

11 868 
A l&W 
4 SOW 

68 36W 
13 68B 

7 89W 

12 3B 

aa 08 
la 56R 
12 68 

9 49W 
6 22W 
3 llw 

8 59W 
; 19W 



9 448 
22 3.->8 

7 28W 
178 208 

2 46W 

» IU8 

IW 3)18 

S 558 

10 378 

10 IB 

2 48%V 

11 158 

3 iw 

2 35W 

3 6w 

1 saw 

18 88 

4 42W 
9 40B 

8 IB 

1 47W 

2 I7W 
8 46w 

8 I^^W 
8 4!.-w 

8 SUB 
77 3I)W 

35 208 
1 378 

16 138 

I9W 

17W 

low 

14 268 

32 4K 

36 4U8 

9 428 



15 
63 
43 
44 
IS 

i 
13 
13 
16 
10 
17 

9 
10 

9 
32 
22 
22 
16 
IS 
16 
10 
13 
25 
44 
44 
63 
23 

9 
31 

44 

22 

a.: 

12 
10 
9 
10 
13 

31 

17 

23 
44 
41 
lo 
25 
56 
18 
25 
25 

9 
31 

9 
lU 
10 

8 
82 

9 
32 
16 

8 
41 
'M 

30 

30 

19 

SO 

•o7 

8 

24 

7 

7 

7 

32 

36 

42 

17 



Fiiiirage Biiy „.,»64 36n 
Fintray <~„„~~.„.S7 14N 

FintryUllls 56 

Fintry, Loup of ,,.56 

Finvoy „,..„. .^,56 

Finsino, River .....t? 

Fioro, Hiver 

Fioreiizula 

Fiotland. 

Firbeck 

Firenzuola~~ 

Fires, Bay of 

Firganioo 

Firmum . 

Fimiuiint 

Firozabad 

Firth H 

Fisbek 

Fiscal 



3N 

6N 
4N 
In 
6n 

48 IHN 
44 S5N 

58 26n 

53 18N 
„.44 7N 
.,.41 268 
~.36 UN 

43 ION 

•m«mmO^> 44N 

2H 3UN 

:) ON 

3lN 

42 37N 

54 44N 

49 :iON 



FiKhauaen 

Fisclienai 

Fitclier Furland...63 Ion 

Fish Bay 34 15s 

Fisli Bay. tireat.„l6 30s 

FiiiiK. ..„.., 47 6N 



Fish River ^26 40b 

Fisli River, Gieul a'i 2t;8 
1-islibuni .........„JV4 4lN 

Fisliertield ^,.,,^7 S2n 
Fislier' River,,»,.29 las 
Fislierrow ..„.»»„.... 55 S6n 

Fislierton „.,,.,,.....5.'i I4n 

Finligiiarri.,...,...,,. u2 On 
Fisliguard Bay .^..52 2N 
Fisliton ...„.........52 59N 

Fishwick «,.....~....55 44N 

Fisibacii.....^^ 47 33N 

Fishlake ^.,,.,..,..^3 3Un 

Fishklil ,„41 33N 

Fiskerlye ^...^^M 5Un 
Fismet .................49 I7N 

FitHel Head.,..,...Ji> S7n 
Fitfull Oeiid,.....,..5» HH 
Filha, el ,.....,..,.,33 »<s 

Fitte, l» 44 2lN 

Fittersbeini ,,,.,,...48 son 
Fitton, Muuut,.,,,.6U 20N 
Fitly L. „.■■......... 56 7N 

Fits Montiord .......52 44N 

Fitzroy, I»le.........l6 ^.'is 

Fits Hoy H — ~,,„3U 168 
Fitzwilliani Isle w45 3UN 

Fimne ^...45 21N 

Fiuniicino. See 

tMy. of Route.,, 
Five Alley .-,.......53 !)n 

Fivetinger Point ,„4.i 128 
Five Mile 'I'uwn .—54 23N 

Fix .-.-, .........49 7N 

Fixe ~ ..........'iO 4.3N 

FizuUtd . 34 26N 

Flucvy -,-,-.-.-.48 9N 
Fladd, Luke— — .Sti 49n 
Fladda, Isle-—. ^7 43n 



Ji7 27N 



Fludsirund 

Flagstad ...........67 59n 

Flagstadoe Isle -.68 ON 

Flukkeberg , -.65 Idn 

Flakkee, »r liar- 

ingvliet Hiver -.51 47 n 
Flainunville -»— ,49 42n 
Flambeau Luke -,45 ION 
Flaniborough —54 UN 
Flaniborough 

Ueiid.— .— — 54 7n 
FlauiiniaVia. See 

Envs. of Rome— , 
Fluuiunia ——46 U'n 
l''lanii»tead,.,.........al 4Un 

t Flanders — — .Sc 2on 

ON 

ON 



Flanders, East-.51 
i Fhinders. West 51 
I lannin Is , or 

tevvn Ilunter8-.58 
Flaakough 
l-iusMtns . 
Hut lir. 






5 44N 

51 2;tN 

I a :^UN 
41 2;j8 
iU 20N 
3 2.1S 
.60 14N 
mZ 43n 
.63 24N 
Flattu Isle— ..-.— ,57 In 
Flattery, Cimo -.-14 40«' 



I'liit liuliiie 
Fiiit IViiil 
Flut Point- 
Flat Ruck River. 
FlatPuiiil|li«inuu) 
Flataburg' 
Flatow 
Flutow 



8 82W 

9 18W 
4 13W 
4 llw 

4 6W 
6 31 n 

14 6B 

11 34R 

9 5!IK 

6 50b 
1 9W 

11 2l'R 

148 1 8 
70 4<IB 

13 42b 

7 31W 
62 -lUB 

3 7w 
9 20K 

2W 
19 59K 
II 118 
49 OW 
28 Ob 
18 08 

149 538 

1« 7B 
.7 Ih 

1 25W 

5 27W 
31 ;^6K 

3 4W 
25W 

4 ;'>0w 
4 SUB 

18 

2 8W 

8 238 

1 IW 
73 5(iw 
11 4/8 

3 4^8 

140 55K 
I Ldvv 

1 24 w 
178 
2a8 

II 24K 

137 OW 
3 24W 

2 AtiW 
I Ail 448 

141 4IIR 
Ul S3w 

14 318 



7 47W 
166 3i>K 

7 Isnv 
5 378 

5 218 
62 488 

1 228 

8 lua 

6 26W 

10 328 
12 288 
12 248 

11 228 



18 
9 

10 
10 

10 
12 
32 
31 
31 
2G 

7 
31 
41 
3U 
6!) 
12 
3li 

9 

25 

29 

24 

22 

45 

441 

42 

56 

4fi 

44-1 

44-1 

7 

9 
44 
10 

7 

8 

8 

7 
10 
17 

7 
47 
25 
1ft 
35 
lo 
10 
44 
16 
•ii 
45 
10 

8 
41 
56 
46 
23 

31 
13 
41 
12 
15 
19 
3U 
15 
25 
9 
25 
26 
26 
25 



4 88 18 

1 27w 15 

l)(t 3('W 47 

8w 7 



15N 



6W 



12 508 

25VV 
3 :0B 
3 5l'b 

3 IB 

7 3-'w 
u 3aw 

6 IIB 

4 IIW 

3 7w 

7? is.v 
1^5 5J1B 

ttl 4UW 
112 (IB 

1 ; 9w 

12 SUB 
17 3B 

7 2i'w 
145158 



31 
59 
8 
14 
19 
19 

9 
12 
16 
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8 
50 
67 
47 
40 
10 
24 
24 

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41 



\ 



INDKX TO BLACK'S OEXKKAI 



MtllB'. 



L*r. 



Lowt. 



Nn.n* 



Flori'«, lltvi-r ^^lii 
Flore», Klvor -.-^(.^ 
Floret 8c i — ~.-^ 7 
Flori'», Strait iif~, 8 
Florci, or Uraiot 

Av DIos. l(ivi>r~.39 
Floti'siii 
f'loriil.u 
KliuUI 



IIB 

.I7» 
)« 

40a 



.Vt '>\\' 63 
134 3IIB 40 
12-J 46K 40 




FUitiila^^ 
1 Fliiridn^.^,^ 
Floriita, Cape 
Florida Cays— 
Flnriila \{.i"A> . 
Fliirlii.i ,„^>_. 
I loriii l!»li',_„,. 

I'lniwnnc .^. ^> 

Fl.iu Ulc M 

Klot.iym()nH.>,^™«_)7 

Floilli'V ...Vi 

Flowir -„~„^53 



ISN 
44 ff)N 
I!) I8t 
31 7" 
V4 53M 
3M 
-25 ».1M 
.~.1>4 4.W 

~.40 Ms 
^ H Vht 



Fliicli;ir.v .~>.>.-57 

Kliioleii Iri 

Fliinuu C'h|>o ~«^'15 

Fliims __^ ^47 

Flusliing ^ ,^M 

Flyiuiif^^ _5«; .Him 



.WN 
31 N 

I4N 

:>4!« 

U'M 

27!* 



.-il Wit 
-..,23 l»M 
-J7 37M 
_J»8 I4W 
~-5' a»M 

.~^ »•!« 

~.41 -/in 

!,i IliN 

4< 3A!« 

^^ 43.V 

-.65 «M 
3 IIIN 




FoIkis Kr.i^l. 

Fooliiin 

Foclmbcrs .„ 

Foedde ~.~,. 

Foeiniie, Ule 

Foerw, Isle , 

FoftKXn — — 

Fogliill 

Fiiglia, llivcr 

Foxllztii 

Fotfo 

Fi>i;gtouii 

Fai, S. . 

Foil 

t Foix 

i Fokien 

Foktcliany 

Fulart Locli ^..„^J SON 

Foldeii 47 ISM 

Poldea ^^......,,^7 17m 

Fnldereid ,. .....65 7m 

Folding 56 27m 

F.ildva 46 61 N 

Foldvar 46 4«i* 

Foligno ..... 4i 57'* 

Foliiigo ... ....-fiS 37M 

Folkinf;lmiii ... ...52 64M 

Fulkstone ......61 5m 

Fully It 17 64M 

Folo;iia 51 5M 

Folsud ^^.^ta OM 

Fonu'ii -.._..,......;i7 I.im 

PonicrHicli K. ...35 61M 

Potnln —..,..,......411 4'IH 

Foniiitfka ,V» 45M 

Foiniiiskoe V» 12M 

Fiinab ... Vt 41 f« 

Fonari ... , ;i8 5m 

Fondles,—. ...4!» 47 N 

Pond (.11 I : ,^......,46 45M 

Foiidl 41 r-is 

Fondo 46 241* 

Foac .._ 33 itiM 

Fonelos -,...........,37 'MM 

Fong a) SUM 



Fong San .....21 4<in 

Fongalioli n Fur.«,24 51 M 

Fongyangfoo 32 45N 

Foiining,...«...,.....29 34M 

Fong Siilit ^ - ^n 15M 

Foii»cca, or 

Ampala Gulf ...13 lOM 
Fontaine I'Rveque 54) 24m 
Foniaiiiebleuu ......48 23M 

Foniak 
Fontarabia 
Fontaiia Port 
Fonteboa ~., . 
Ponte Coberta. 
Pontenallle 

Fontenay . 48 4Jw 

Fontenay .........wM 7m 

Fotitenay .^...,.....46 28n 

Fontcnoy ..........JK) 36M 

PoiithilL..............51 6m 

Fotitlmiir ■■-,,, 44 19N 

Fontiveros 41 Iff 

Fontoy 49 2IN 

Fonutouii ~......>.J3 4N 

4if 




40 -JH 
M) !)M 



FookBinill 
Poolin 



..JM 43N 

49 I3M 

53 47i« 

238 



96 47Hr 
36 421 
63 l)W 
88 Smt 
100 36iv 
84 OW 

80 I6W 

81 WW 
81 30ir 
21 3ia 

121 SOR 
4 34B 

3 Hw 

7 6w 

8 Si'R 
I 3W 

4 6W 
8 3HK 

V3 42« 
U 2«)B 
3S6B 

8 18k 
27 54K 

112 60B 
3 9W 

6 .381 

11 3JB 

3 »tw 
16 3I)B 

9 llw 

12 64B 

7 6I)B 

a 22W 

4 2«w 
52 2W 

I 34B 
I 4(tB 

118 3I)B 
27 I3B 

6 38W 
24 a6B 

24 32B 
12 K>B 

8 65B 

25 .-I3B 
18 54B 

12 4:^B 
14 4«)B 

25W 

1 urn 
76 16W 

146 30B 

10 I4B 
49 20B 
14 I9B 
41 I8B 
41 69B 
'M I6B 

3 44W 
16 8B 

2 61 B 
92 l8Mr 

13 24b 

11 7> 
83 25W 

3 Itfw 
111 46B 
117 :Wic 

70 I8B 
117 I6B 

119 lOB 

26 J6B 

87 35W 

4 lUB 
2 4lB 

21 16B 

1 SKW 
16 44B 
66 30«r 

8 23W 
6 42B 

2 62B 

3 46R 
52Mr 
3 2UK 
3 6w 
4lw 

5 IW 

6 3K 
6 62W 
6 47W 

90 48W 
8 36B 

6 66R 

7 49W 
144 55B 



4!> 
33 
M 
48 
49 
48 
48 
4H 
fo 
.M 
4 

19 
9 
It 

36 
8 
9 

17 

33 
17 

18 

36 
44-1 

55 
9 

36 

26 
1 

31 

12 

31 

31 

10 

10 

64 

16 

14 

40 

33 
9 

33 

33 

36 

26 

23 

33 

SI 

28 
7 
8 

50 

at 

36 
38 
32 
28 
37 
27 
10 
32 
16 
47 
31 
23 
48 
30 
40 
4U 
39 
36 
6.> 
59 

49 
1!» 
16 
23 
16 
31 
62 
3U 
19 
16 
16 
16 
1* 
8 
16 
30 
15 
13 
13 
48 
26 
IS 
12 
66 



Fomiby Light. 
Fonio* ■„, 

FOmOU -m-.rfjjj 

Foniovii.-. 
Fomiet , 



Mt 33m 
.41) 37n 
.40 17m 
44 40N 
Ji2 31 N 



Forquillm ..23 4!M 

Fomburry ^ \0 41m 

Forrettlen Pen in. 43 im 

Forree, 57 37m 

Porrettien Ort. K . 4 1 5a 
Furrtttien Lit. K.4I 28 

Forru ..4a Dim 

Ion .._5a 34N 

For* ~~.. —(it 4IM 

Forte lu».— — AH I.'in 

For*' W.itor . .^8 35m 

Fortenan 5H 2;W 

FonH'imrtI — .— ...'wi 2(iM 
KoriDt Kivvr— ~— li 67m 
Fuiilio<U— ..— 67 17m 

FuMa 51 42N 

Fontem...— ......48 1()m 

Fonylho ^a«<irK>n'32 AMN 
Fort— ——41 68 

Fort AiN> .J8 23M 

Fort AuguMut— 67 Kim 
Fort litnl ......46 39N 



Fort Hruiuwick and 

Barracks 18 16m 

Fort Cliarlotte 18 27v 

Fort t'oulange— 46 67n 
Fort Kntcr|iri»u — <U 15m 
Fort (letirKC— 3H 46m 
Fort Ueorgo 

(Murray Firtl0,.67 3iiM 
Fort UeorKe 
(HMkatcliawan)JM Om 



II 4.%B 
S 26W 

3 6w 

7 4(»wr 

8 20w 

10 8B 
I lOB 

54 6.t«ir 

4 43W 
148 OB 

3 3;iir 

147 3.iB 

147 27B 

21 7" 

3 ai)w 

16 .188 
3 l«W 
3 38Mr 
3 64W 

3 54W 

9 2lwr 

13 46B 

14 4UB 

11 66B 
at 6W 
65 Kiw 
30 33B 

4 40«r 
7 46B 



32 
10 

7 
31) 
30 
31 

8 
64 

8 
87 

9 
67 
67 
33 

9 
26 

9 

9 

9 

9 
13 
26 
24 
32 
48 
63 
34 

9 
31 



Fort Henry 
Fort LouU 
Fort Meeiutb 
Fort Nicol 
Fort 8t George 
Fort Union — , 
Fort WillUun 

(InvenieM) 
Fort Williun 

(CaicutU). 
Portaiiete — . 
Porteveiitiira ~.c 
Forteviut — ._ 
Forth and Clyde 

Canal 



44 I7N 

6l)N 
27 I3M 
41 &:<N 
41 52N 
M 34N 



76 47Hr 60 
7)1 I2W 6(1 
7«! 4H«% 46 
113 .-WW 40 I 
20 4«!h -m 

4 3«r 9 

111 UW 451 
76 3(IW 4li 

8 7" 
66 67 B 
41 44B 

t) 61 B 

8 46W 



15 

38 

:<6 

29 
13 



S6 50N 5 7w 10 



22 35M 

411 36N 
-.'li ."HIM 
20M 



Forth, FirUi ut . 
Forth 11. 

ForUiU. 

Forth, River . 
Foningall . 
Forton. 
Forton. 



S6 68i» 
M 7'* 
4 63S 
..41 258 
>Ji6 2M 
^JS a<M 
67N 
JiJ 47N 
Fortore, Kivir— 41 57n 

Fort rose— ..... 57 35m 

Fcrtuimtae 1. 28 65m 

Fortune —22 35N 

Forty .fourth 

Degree Isle —...44 Os 
Forum Xrajani —40 UN 
Forxes .-.......— ..~.46 9m 

Fo!S Uy ke...........~'>3 I4N 

Fussaceca ———42 16m 

Foiisaiiu — 44 35N 

FiMottNui.va 41 36N 

Fosaawiiy ......— ,.JS6 13N 

KoMe 50 23N 



Fosm:, La .... 

Fusstumbroiie 

Fostat 

Foitoa 

Fotcha 

Fotherinniy 

Fotschief — 

Fou 

Fouab 



.—49 4N 
43 42N 
3U IN 
—62 58N 
—43 V6N 

52 32M 

....46 6:.'N 

36 4N 

31 13N 



FouanguistaU 38 53n 

Fou-choo 28 ON 

Fou-chun .— .— .'.^ 20m 
Foudland Hills — 67 24n 

Fougeraif, La 46 49N 

Fougeres ~.— — ..48 20N 
Fougerolles —47 51 n 
Fougea ———38 37N 
Fouges G. —38 Mn 



88 26B 
» 28W 

14 auw 

3 3IW 

4 4W 

3 OW 
116 40B 
146 20B 

3 4IW 

4 4W 
2 48W 

2 20W 
16 18B 

4 8W 

13 40w 
74 OW 

176 low 
8 46B 
1 46B 

37W 

14 2yK 
7 iJR 

13 I3K 

3 34w 

4 4<>B 

1 I8W 
12 47B 
31 13B 

44W 
18 49B 

U 26W 

lU 13B 

109 12K 

30 3lB 

21 3lB 

116 I6B 

1U6 OB 

2 4UW 

1 8W 
1 12W 
6 26b- 

26 58B 



39 
29 
42 
10 

10 

10 

67 

67 

10 

10 

7 

8 

31 

9 

68 

60 

41 
69 
16 

r 

31 
31 
31 
10 
19 
16 
31 
60 

7 
33 

8 
17 
66 
43 
31 
66 
66 

9 
16 
16 
15 
36 
36 



FoiiT Bay 

(Red Sea; 

Foul Isle (Bay 

of Bengal) 

Foul Point 

(Madagascar). 



.23 26N 
>18 ON 



.18 



08 
Foula,0r'Foul Isle 60 9N 
Foulden .............. 6 5 48N 

Fould 52 35N 



36 26B 


43 


04 6B 


40 


49 30B 
3 13W 

2 6W 

37B 

3 42W 


43 

10 

10 

8 

10 



Ni. 



L.T. 






Francisco, H 2H 158 

Pranclwo, H.— .,17 15a 
Franckenthal — 40 3.IM 
Franco, Cape —46 39N 
t Franoonia, 

Lower— —49 66n 
X Franconia, 

Middle ——40 16n 
X Franconia, 

Upper —49 50m 

randeux— All mm 
».Un 3(iH 



». .51 II M 



Francis Pt. 
Franeker . 
FranKirola 

Frangy 46 2n 

Franke, Cape — 56 I In 
Frankenbottel — .A1 17m 

Frankenbiirg 51 4m 

Frankenburg — ;->,! iIm 
Fraiikenliausen —51 2<)m 
Frankenstein —60 :tttN 
Frankenitein — 4!» 25m 
Frankford— — 5.1 mim 
Frankfort — — — J8 26n 
Frankfort on the 

Blaine — BO 8N- 

Frankfort on the 

Oder ———52 I8N 
Frankfort (lllinois)37 60N 
Frankfort 

(Kentucky) —38 ION 
Frankfurt— 62 20n 
Frankley— Ji2 26m 
Franklin —39 30m 
Franklin ——.IS In 
Franklin Bay —70 UN 
Frank I in. Cape 

(Kast Green- 

hind) ———73 30n 
Fraiiklln, Ft. — ~65 30n 
Franklin 

(Missouri) — JK) In 
Franklin 

(Pennsylvania) .41 18N 
Franklin 

(Tennessee) —36 37N 
Franklin 

(Virginki) .38 43n 

Franklin, Lake —66 25N 

Franklin, Ft 70 34n 

Franklin, V. 42 2!)n 

Franks, Mt. of the 31 40n 
Fnuiquils, Ln —31 568 

Frame — — 5U 39N 

Franslian Magna ^i 43m 

Franstadt— — ."il 47n 

Franqueyra —42 7n 
Frant— — — 51 6n 
Fraaca, Capo —39 46N 
Fra-HCiiti. &.'t' Knv!>. 

of Uome ~..— .. 

Fruaedul 61 69w 

Fraserburgh r>7 

Fraserbunili, 11. —^7 

FruscrHeld 

Frusinoro .»,.... 
I'rasno, El — .. 

Frattur... ..>. 

Fniuenburg .... 
Fruuenfeld 
Frayle Muerto 
Frayles — .. 
Frayles. 
Frutilli Is. 
Frechas li. 



,.44 

...II 



42N 
»2M 

i.".; 
l'>t( 

18M 

:i8N 
—47 33N 
.'<2 3i'8 

17 i:iN 

17 35» 

35 40M 

08 



Fiechel, Capu 18 41 n 

FrechilU *i UN 

Freckenhaui— 62 3Uir 

Fredtiburg— 51 12N 

F'redentborg— .66 58N 

Fredericia— :>5 3lN 

Frederick, Fort —33 568 
Frederick Henry 

B. r -^^ 66* 

Fredrick Ho. 49 ON 

Frederick House— 48 a5N 
Fredericksberg — Ji6 4 In 
1 Frederickiborg— 65 65N 
Fredericksborg — Jj6 66N 
FredericksbuiKli— 38 19N 
Fredericksburgh 

(South Africa) ..33 J9s 

Fredericksdal 64 6dN 

Fredericksdorp ~.. 6 25n - 
Frederliuhaab ~~<» On 
Frederickdiald — ~69 8n 
Fredericksluunm— 60 ass 
Frederickshorst —64 27n 
Frederickstadt 

(Denmark)— ..54 24N 
Frekerickstown 

rMissouri) — — ~37 31 N 
Fradericksuiid— 55 60N 



64 2w 6.'( 

63 I6W 62 

8 22B 22 

11 6UB 31 

10 SB 82 

I0 60B 83 



II 34R 


32 


6 7B 


19 


3« 60B 


4^-1 


6 31 K 


18 


4 38W 


30 


6 67b 


31 


10 58R 


86 


9 l))B 


21 


8 47B 


21 


8 57b 


21 


II .IB 


21 


16 64K 


24 


7 57k 


22 


7 4IW 


13 


W) &3w 


47 


8 36B 


22 


14 36K 


24 


88 6<)W 


47 


84 6IW 


47 


14 36l( 


31 


2 ilw 


8 


85 5<lw 


47 


92 38W 


47 


126 OW 


4.VI 


21 .KIW 


46 


123 30W 


45-1 


92 38W 


47 


89 5UW 


47 


86 32W 


48 


79 27W 


47 


94 OW 


46 


158 2IIW 


46-1 


78 44W 


47 


36 I6B 


37 


67 I4W 


63 


3 3GB 


19 


48B 


8 


16 20B 


84 


8 31W 


30 


16B 


8 


8 24B 


32 




31 


7 OB 


26 


2 OW 


9 


1 68W 


9 


2 6W 


9 


10 34K 


31 


1 2ew 


29 


12 22K 


31 


22 28k 


27 


8 53li 


17 


61 5HW 


63 


61 SOW 


52 


71 3;<w 


60 


26 28B 


36 


60 60W 


62 


2 1!*W 


16 


4 49W 


30 


u 29a 


8 


8 19B 


81 


12 23B 


25 


9 46B 


U 


35 39a 


44-1 


147 40B 


67 


Hi 46W 


46-1 


81 3JW 


46 


13 28B 


26 


12 13B 


26 


12 I7K 


26 


77 row 


47 


27 |3r 


44-1 


?1 SB 


26 


/5 OW 


64 


10 Ow 


46-1 


li na 




27 lau 


37 


lU 4B 


26 


9 9B 


36 


90 16W 


48 


12 3w 


26 



N*H«, 



liAT, 



Preyxtrop— .<» 4iiN 
Friar's Isle— — «6;i ;mm 
Frian— — — «40 24 M 

r ri as ..... . . ........42 46m 

t Fribourg— .46 43m 

Friboiirg 46 49m 

Fridau— — _46 25M 
Fridaythorpe —54 2n 
Fridericlmutcn —47 38n 
Friderichshafen or 

Buchom ——..47 3flN 
FriderickMigade —65 4()m 
Kriderikstad— — 6!) I2N 
Friedberg —50 63m 

Friedberg— . 4H 22n 

Friedburg— — 50 20m 

Friedeberg — . ,'i3 27m 

Priedeburg —52 63n 
Friedewald —50 51m 
FrIedkind —63 36n 
Friedland —50 &6n 
Friedlnnd ———,52 6m 
Friedland —63 21N 

Friedland —64 26n 

Friedland (Sile8ia)50 35N 
Friedlos— — 50 &4n 
Friedrichbroda— — 60 54n 
Frielendorf ——60 A8N 
I Friendly Ishuids 16 os 
Fricsack ——52 46n 
t Friesland —63 6n 
t Kriesland, East 6'i 25M 
Frigido, River— —44 On 

Frilsham 51 27N 

Friniley— — 61 19n 
Fringy Baiaar— 23 34N 
Frio, Cape ..—....18 08 
Frio, Cape —22 528 
Frisange —.....— .49 32n 
Frisby ——62 44N 
Frische Half— 54 29n 



Frische Nehrung— 64 29m 
Frisoythe— 63 In 

8 Frisii— — 53 Ion 

Friskney...........— 63 6n 

Fritton ———52 3:)n 
Frilslar— — — 61 HM 
Friuli— — — — 46 6N 

t Friuli— ——46 5N 
Frobislier's Straits li3 30n 

Frocester 61 44n 

Froddinghain '>3 36N 

FrodiughMUi 53 68n 

Frodsham — — 63 IHn 



Froerup . 

Frohburglu 

Frohost — .. 

Froldmont.. 

Frome 

Frome...- 



:>5 I6N 

61 .'IN 

57 13M 

49 41N 

i2 6M 
— .Jil UN 

Fromentiere 48 63n 

t Fronti nuc —44 36n 
Fronteria ——39 6m 
Foronip— — 66 23N 
Foroi up...— ».....— .64 43N 
Frosinoiie— ~.41 4:^N 
Frossingflcld......— 62 21 N I 

Frost— ~ ..—.45 24N | 

Frotta — —13 848 
Froxfleld —....—. JH 2n I 

FroxHeld ——61 24N 
Fniyen Isle ~— .63 40n 
Froyle ——61 IIm I 
Frozen Straits— 66 40n [ 
Fruclmn Cas, —56 25N I 
Frudlionime— 31 63nI 
Fruenn.rck ..—.—54 &6n| 
Fruges ............— 50 30n 1 

Fruin Glen —66 3nI 
Fnunfleet —53 37n| 
Frutigen .—.,—46 36Nf 



Fryenwalde —62 47n| 
Fryero ^htmet— 61 37nI 
Frykunde— .— 60 9nI 
Frystnip — ~.— ».6G 66nI 

FteloVrisi 39 3nI 

Fucecchio— 43 44n| 

Fudia 57 4^ 

Fuegos, Isle—. 9 12N 
Fuchin — — 6~ ^n| 
Fucinus L. ..— . .42 on 
Fuembillido— ...42 b7f 
Fuencaliente..'— ~38 28 
Fuenlabn* Ja— ..— .38 5(<-'' 
Fiientp Jel Fresno 39 19^ 
Puciite, Va. Na. 

de la.— —,38 60) 
Fuente Palmera— 37 37 
Fuente 

del Maestre —38 32 
Fuepteisauca —41 19 
Fuentelapena —41 19i 
Fuentenulanos— 40 591 
FuenteDelayo.— ..41 IHi 



(J E X K K A L A T L A S. 



10 



Namm. 



I.AT. 



UlNO. 



>0,0» 

Ma*. 



Namm. 



i.AI. 



LONO, 



M<r. 



F rcy « trup^..^..^ fl I uiN 
Friar's I»le.~~..^-M :mn 

Frittii 40 24 N 

Frini 4> 4(iN 

I Fribourg ,.,,.„.^H 4aN 
FrIboiirK ^^..^....■.4« 49n 

Fridwii^..> ...■4« 2AN 

Frlflaythorp« ..„^U M 
Fridericlmuicn ~^47 38n 
Frldericlitlufen or 
Uucliom ........»,.47 nflN 

Friderickmisado ..JU 40n 
Friderikslad — ...^!) I^n 



Friedberg 

Fried berg 

Frtedburg 

FriedelMrg 

Friedeburg 

Friedewald 

Friedland . 

Friedland . 

Friedland 

Friedland 

Friedland 



— 50 63n 
.48 32N 
.50 20N 
J13 27N 
JS2 5UN 
,JMI SIN 
.JU 36N 



.10 Mn 
.12 AN 

^ 54 26M 

Friedland (Hile»ia)50 35n 
FriedlosM~..^^.MJM) 54n 
Friedriclii>rudu...~.50 S4N 

Frielendorf 50 68N 

I Friendly lilanda l(i us 
Fricsack ............ft^ Mis 

i Friedand ~^ «n 

i Kriealand, East 03 26N 
Frigido, River....>44 On 

FriUliam 61 27n 

Frimley>.....».«...~JI I'Jn 



Fringy Baxiuir..,....23 34N 

Frio, Cape 18 08 

Frio, Cape ^....^22 Mb 

Frimnge *» 32n 

Frisby «.....,.....>. JH 44N 

FriKlie Hair 54 29n 

FriMhe Nelirung..Ji4 29n 

Friwytlie 

C FrUii. 

Friikney. 

Fritton 

Friular 

Friuli 

t Friuli 




52 
15 
30 
8 
21 
2ft 
U 
14-1 

B7 

lA-l 

46 

25 

25 

25 

47 

14-1 
25 
54 
iVl 



M IN 

4)3 ION 

,5.1 5N 

.52 XiN 

1 UN 

16 ON 

, . ,^46 5N 

FrobUlier'i Stniili 03 30N 
Froceater ..<.,.,. «^1 44n 

Froddinghuin A3 36n 

FrodiiigriMUU..~.>~53 58N 

Frodiham .... , 53 I8N 

Froerup ........~>~.^5 l&N 

Froliburgli 51 .JN 

Frohort 57 13n 

Froidmoiit...~~~~.49 41 n 
Frome .~..,.....~~^2 6n 

Frome ....^ ~.51 14N 

Froinentiere.~~~~48 53n 
t Front' nac ..~.~~44 35n 
Fronteria ~.~..~.~39 «n 
Foronip~.~~~~.~.55 S3N 
Foroi up.... .......... ^54 43N 

Frosinone «......«~..41 42N 

Fro8iiingitcld.w....~52 21 n 

Frogt..........' •»45 24N 

Frotta 13 848 

FroxHeld ..- 5 1 2n 

FroxHeld ^^.■.,^6\ 24N 

Fmyen hie 63 40n 

Froyle .....»...««>~. 5 1 IIn 

Frozen Strait8.~.~65 40n 
Fruclian Cas. ...m~56 25n 

FrudI iomine.~......3 1 53N 

Fruenn.rck ...~..~ ') 4 86n 
Fruge* .~...~~..~.50 30N 
Fruin Glen ........ » 9 6 3n 

Frumfleet ........,^.53 37n 

Frutigen ..^....^^46 36n 

Fryenwalde .......^.52 47n 

Fryerp flameU.~~51 37" 
Fryk»ande.......i«»".60 9n 

Frystrup ~.~. ~'A'' ^^ 

FteloVrW 39 3n 



Fuceecbio 
Fudli 
Fuegoi, Isle 
Fucliin 
FucinuB L. 
Fuembillido 



.43 44N 

....67 4N 
9 I2N 
j7s 

.42 ON 
o 57N 



Fuencaliente. 38 2UN 

Fuenl^n>aa~.~.~~38 fi(<N 
Fiienl(> Jel Fresno 39 19N 
P'^ciite, Va. Na. 

de la-~~~~.~~~38 SON 
Fuente Paluiera..Ai7 37" 
Fuunte ^ „, 

del Mnestre ..«.~38 3i'N 
Fueqteiaauca ^.^.41 19n 
Fuentelapena ...^.41 19" 
FuenteiiulMios»».~40 59n 
iteDelayo.M~.4l 18n 



4 67W 
10 I4\v 

I .WW 
3 low 
7 01 

7 101 
10 6> 

40W 
9 29a 

30b 

9 IR 
10 581 
15 92K 
10 59B 

8 4I)K 
7 56IC 

15 40B 

9 ftUK 

13 26l( 

15 3B 

14 2IK 

16 SB 
21 IK 

17 38B 
9 44B 

10 35B 

9 19B 
176 OW 

12 32B 

5 5.K 
7 30B 

10 lOB 
I 13w 
44W 

90 .MB 

12 OB 
41 .13 W 

U lOB 
6)IW 
1!) 4118 
19 3iiB 
7 65b 
« SOB 

IIB 

1 37B 
9 138 

13 ^Cb 
13 3B 
66 OW 

2 19w 

3!»W 
20w 

3 44w 

10 44b 

12 26B 
7 21 W 
3 44R 
2 31 >W 

2 low 

3 43b 
76 46W 

7 i'Jw 
9 UIB 

9 25K 

13 20B 

1 lUB 
72 30w 
47 OW 

1 0\Y 

1 34W 

8 40B 

64W 
84 30W 

4 axw 

93 33W 

9 2:iB 

2 8h: 
4 42W 

1 4W 
7 3!)K 

13 588 

low 

12 58B 
9 25B 

21 78 

10 48B 
7 25W 

123 25B 

1 50W 

13 35B 

3 ft«W 

4 3W 
4 57 W 
3 47W 



2 SOW 
6 3W 



8 
l> 
29 
80 
17 
17 
23 

7 
22 

92 

ia 

26 
14 
22 
iri 

21 

21 

22 

21 

24 

V4 

24 

24 

24 

21 

21 

21 

41 

24 

1)1 

21 

31 
8 
8 

3!» 

42 

54 

19 
8 

24 

S4 

81 

M 
7 
8 

21 

31 

31 

41-1 

8 

7 

7 

7 

86 

21 

9 

15 

8 

8 

15 

46 

.30 

25 

V5 

31 

8 

46 

34 

8 

8 

26 

8 

4.'.-l 
10 
411 
25 
15 
10 
7 
17 
24 
8 
26 
26 
34 
31 
10 
40 
9 
58 
30 
30 
30 
30 

29 
30 



Furka Fulnt 
Fumeaux li>. 
Fumet .~~. 
Fumei ~.~~ 
FurnI In. 
Furrali 
Furrali 
Furrucknbad 
Funtenaii 
Funtenau ~. 
Funtenburg , 
Funtenfvld .. 
Funteuwald.. 
Furatenwuldo 
Furtndu 
Furlwitngcii 
Furtli 
Kurili 

Funineii.~~.~.....~.22 528 
Fury iind lluclu 
Strait ......^...,...69 40n 

Fu*iil, \V. il 32 IN 

Fuiiuut 



ewlayo 



6 23W 

5 37W 

6 28W 
4 I9W 
4 8W 



30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



Iti MH 

^.Mt L'lW 

:>i 4N 

.17 31 N 

:(7 34N 
32 49N 
12 28N 
27 20N 
.13 ION 
.12 31 N 
&I !»N 

48 12N 
~J2 24N 
..J3 2HN 
... 4:^8 
.~-48 3N 
.~.49 I7N 

49 20" 



H :^5K 
14e lOB 

2 401 
22 S8B 
26 3SB 
01 SJB 
62 128 
79 29R 
15 478 

7 40B 
I'J OB 

11 168 
14 38 
21 108 
49 MW 

8 128 

12 398 
11 IB 
59 SOW 



17 
67 
19 
34 
.')6 
35 
3H 

;«» 

V4 

21 
21 
22 
24 
24 
54 
22 
22 
22 
63 



ai «N 

~J)3 2N 
— 39 27N 
~.S3 2HN 

45 2HN 

.~.I7 34N 
..3.< 34 N 
..i'9 40N 

■21 ON 

2J 54 N 

20 -liis 



Fuiau. 

Fuicaldo 

Fuiliulnio. 

Fusina 

FuMvn 

Futeh .Tung 

Futelpoor 

Futoja 

Futtelipoor. 

l''uttelipour. 

Futtenpoor 

FuttLT It. ~ 

Futlilipoor. 
Futteabad 
Futtelipoor 
Futtehpoor 
Fuur Isle .. 

Fuzabiid 26 47" 

Fucei Cyanuat ~-47 Sn 



..;«! 208 

._3tl 4HN 

.M :«iN 

.20 DIN 

1 00^^i00i^^»*in OUN 



Fyerali 
Fylingdulvs 
Fyougli Luke 
Fyvle ~.~~. 
Fyvie Cabtle. 
Fyrabiul 
Kyzubad. 
Fyzabad 
Fyiabad 



....... ... ... 



L'ii ION 
54 26N 
M SON 
.17 iON 
.57 27N 
;J7 ON 
-3/ 3<IN 
JO IJN 
L>6 4;n 



84 OW 45-1 
35 308 :)7 

8 498 
10 658 
15 698 

2 l.'iw 
12 l.iB 
10 4.18 
72 ,158 
72 258 
26 248 
77 3.18 
HO 528 
70 468 
146 128 
7;i 158 

J.-) 2;i8 
';:) 68 

08 448 

9 28 
JL' 38 
il 68 
56 258 

34W 
9 3syr 
•i 24W 
2 24W 

70 22B 

71 08 

09 i:<8 

82 08 



44 

21 
32 

7 
31 

22 
39 

:<9 

33 
30 
39 
39 
26 
39 
39 
3!» 
39 
25 
39 
2.1 
38 
7 
12 
9 
9 
38 
35 
35 
39 



MAMIk 



L«T. LoHa. y;»' 



Na«»> 



Gaase ........#.w...... 5 7 2n 

(iabala...«~...... " ...35 22n 

Oabara ...............33 Jn 

GaharuB Bay 45 son 

* Gabbji.. 2 2 30n 

Gabe................... .12 2 In 

Uabel 50 3!»n 

Gubella 43 6n 

Gabla 37 13n 

Gubii. See Envs. of 

|{ oip e 

Gabo do Girao — 31 38" 
Gaboon, Uivcr — 20n 

Gabovich 43 SO" 

Gabriel Mount ~.5l 32n 
Uubi'ileu!i.....~..~.~41 S4N 

• Gabrin.~..~~.~.23 8n 
Gabrovo Mt. ..^^..39 8n 

Guce ..>~..... 48 46N 

Gucliun Nur.~~..~35 27n 

i Gad ...~~~~.32 ION 

GadsiuiU ..«~ 30 43N 

Gu<lunw..~..~~.~.~32 41N 
Gadebuscli ~..~~.63 40" 
GaOelaiid .....^..^.54 4N 
Gudes ...~..~~~~.-i6 46" 

Gaduien 46 44N 

Gadow ...,.....~..~.63 9" 

Gaeta .......~~...-41 13" 

Gaeta, Gulf of~~~41 13N 
Gaetara~.~.~~~~.40 18" 
Gafor ................. 4 45" 

Gage Roads m.~m~32 Ob 
Gage Town iNew 

Brunswick) ~.~.45 48N 

43 17N 

45 23N 

.41 53" 

.^42 8" 

.....39 61" 

.43 ^6" 

7 13S 

17 4(18 

ISO" 

,37 3il" 

..^39 4" 



Gages 

(juggiuno 

GugliiUk 

Gagliano 

Gagliunu 

Gogra 

Gallon — 

Galiyba, Lake 

Gaian ~~. 

Oaidrouisi 

Gaidurl ............. — 

Gath 26 20N 

.49 IN 



10 118 


25 


35 558 


59 


35 158 


37 


60 lOw 


46 


56 258 


35 


36 138 


37 


14 468 


23 


17 42B 


33 


3 56w 


30 




31 


17 OW 


42 


9 308 


42 


19 4UB 


33 


9 31W 


13 


20 408 


59 


55 458 


35 


21 208 


34 


188 


15 


86 208 


39 


36 578 


37 


10 228 


44 


35 4^8 


37 


11 148 


21 


10 18 


25 


6 30W 


58 


8 218 


17 


12 328 


24 


13 348 


31 


13 408 


31 


49 508 


59 


73 3iK 


39 


115 SUB 


67 


66 13W 


46 


5 428 


16 


9 38 


31 


43 4,'iB 


28 


13 448 


31 


18 238 


32 


39 478 


28 


114 2UB 


40 


58 OW 


54 


34 20K 


43 


23 578 


34 


24 28 


34 


60 108 


38 


9 4.. 8 


22 



(•Hliniirn tilii 
GHliiiaz Ittver 

Gali<ttfO 

Oalitch 
Galiven. 



Gallan llrud 
GallaiiCK. 
Gallarate 
Gallatin 
t Gallati 

Galle 

Gallo, Foiiite de 
<<nllu){a, la 
(•alleii{0 Kiver . 
(ilalli'Kos Uivcr 
GnllnuH........ 

Galli'ry ...... 

Galli, t'aiitru 
Gain Jslei 



.~n.4 3N 

^ 7 2(1" 
..^19 59" 
— 58 15" 
1 41" 
.>S8 IIN 
.~.52 67N 
w45 36" 
.~.3I 54" 
....47 40" 
6 3" 
6 0" 



41 65" 
41 46" 
.11 408 
....^62 11" 
56 24" 
;j<l 43N 
iO 33" 



i Gallia Cisiilpina 45 30" 
% Gallicia (t'pain) 42 51" 
(iallinas. Point .~..I2 23" 
>...M.40 8" 
......40 25" 

S» 6riS 
Hi 0" 



(iullipull 
(iallipoli 
Gallipolis 
Gallivans 
Gallo C. 
Gallu, Cape 
Galloper Light 



52 47" 

45 36" 
......10 8" 

..^...60 4!*" 

46 19" 

36N 

43 25N 



.3(! 40N 
42" 
51 45N 
Galloway, Nuw..».65 5N 
Galtowlowii ......M.56 UN 

Gaily Head 51 3-.'N 

Galiiioy .. 

Galiiier . 

Galong 11, 

Guloppe. 

Galosta 

Galston 

Gait 

Galtee, Mount ^...52 23n 

Galvea ... »..~39 ION 

Galveston ...^.......30 20N 

Galveston ■.:9 3n 

Galveston, iiay uf 29 ION 
i Gal way ...,~Z.~,.J>3 1<>n 
Gnlway 1..M..........A1 16n 

GulwiivBuy 63 12N 

Gam, N. .~^~~.m.53 2UN 
Guiiin.~~.~'..~~~.SU 6" 
Guniala ....... ..~.~32 44" 

Gamarga .....37 20" 

Gaiiiasub H. ........34 10" 

Guiiibar......~..,»...57 3" 



8 14B 

14 OW 

6 3W 
42 22 B 
44 408 

7 4w 
17 2G1 

8 47B 
D0 4SW 
84 48a 
80 24B 

80 ISa 
3 I3W 
SOW 

68 SOW 
10 24W 

3 IW 

16 138 
14 29a 
10 OB 

8 2W 
7144K 

17 688 
86 3UH 
82 llW 

81 30W 
21 568 
17 59B 

1 2U8 

4 9W 

3 9W 
8 63W 

7 33W 

4 17B 
109 408 

5 638 
17 578 

4 22W 
UO 25W 

8 3W 



7 

91 

95 

t>5 

8 

9 



Gambia Ilr cr, 
or Ua Hci.iiia . 



57w 
4w 
7w 

aw 

30W 

2w 

9 low 

10 148 

5 3W 

35 40B 

46 llB 

48 208 

3 57W 



31 
63 
30 
27 
42 
9 

it 

48 
33 
39 
30 
SO 
89 
51 
13 
10 
32 
32 
SO 
30 
52 
32 
33 
47 
48 
34 
32 
8 
10 
10 
13 
13 
16 
65 
18 
23 
U 
40 
13 
30 
48 
49 
49 
13 
13 
13 
25 

37 
SO 
58 
9 



.13 32" 



Gambler Islis ......a> 10» 

Gunibier Ml 37 548 

Ganiblesby ^....,-.....64 46" 

Gamljoa ~~.42 54" 

Gambrod 65 32N 

Gambs ^^,.,^^47 13N 
Gamelby .~~.~.~..7 SSn 
Gameleira.~.w.~... 64ii 
Ganierdingen .~~.I0 ION 
Gamesclugli.~~.~.6a 24n 
Gaiuonal .^..........40 In 

Gumrio .........^....57 40n 

Gumscottets ^^^^..10 41N 
Gamtuoi River ...34 3s 
Oaniy..~....> .....~."0 57n 

Ganizelevo ..^......'iS 30n 

Gan....,.....~.~.~»~43 13N 

Gananeh ~~~.~~~ 3 In 
Gandara .~..~.~.~.18 12Q 
Gandeli, Well of iO 53n 
Gandersheim ^.^...51 52N 

Gandlmrd 31 40N 

Gitndia • « .19" 

Gandino ......^..^-'lo 4 jN 

Gando .........^.^.n* 4-S 

GandotfoCuetle. Sec 
Envs. uf Kumc. 
Oaugamela ..^.....36 16" 

GaDgamoor...~..,...2U 35N 
Gangdok .~.~......-:i7 22n 

Ganges ...~~,-i3 StiN 

Ganges H 25 ION 

Guiises « 22 15N 

GaiigeticusSinug».13 ON 
Gangotri .,...,..^^...31 (>" 
Gangpoor .^.........22 7" 

Gangra ..>w.~~...~40 36" 
Gangsted ......,.^..^65 SO" 

Gangud, Cupe......59 60n 

Ganjam ....~.~~.«..19 2Un 

Gaiinaria Extrema 21 On 

Gaunat ........ 4 7" 

Gannet I. ...........^t? 66s 

Oan-uing ~24 S9n 

Ganos..~~.~~~...,~40 45N 
Gansbrune ........ 47 ISN 

Ganspach 48 39" 

Gantlieaume Bay '27 4i s 
Oantbeuume C....30 Ss 
Gantino .~~~.~.~..'>B 42n 



16 20W 


48 


136 288 4 


,st 


140 428 


SO 


2 37W 


7 


2 34W 


2U 


12 18 


•^b 


!» '.?78 


17 


16 l!J8 


20 


46 25W 


54 


9 1:^8 


22 


3 9W 


10 


4 57W 


30 


a 22W 


9 


'•S 468 


:« 


'^6 lOB 


44 


6 22W 


9 


2» 308 


27 


25W 


16 


41 45B 


42 


42 52 W 


54 


31 448 


33 


9 578 


3i 


65 20B 


68 


12W 


29 


9 49B 


31 


16 408 


43 




31 


43 28B 


69 


89 368 


39 


88 408 


39 


3 438 


16 


87 08 


68 


90 438 


39 


89 OB 


68 


78 OB 


39 


84 40B 


39 


33 408 


69 


10 18 


25 




::7 




85 108 


39 


17 OW 


58 


3 UB 


16 


174 40R 


67 


102 35B 


55 


27 208 33,59 


7 2SB 


17 


8 'iSB 


28 


114 lOB 


41 


137 308 


56 


:{8 308 


27 



'I' I 



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ii 



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USf 



i 



Kitiigul ~>. 
Hiititiii ~. 
R«tttiiuiik 
Bittanclllu 
ISHttiiii8lao~«..M. 
I::»tatc8 of Vary- 



^H dN 
„4i 47N 
..41* lAH 

II I7« 
.'i!t %38 

U 5U8 



ftitit 
Kstnveyer. 
E^te »»~. 
bateca I't.. 
Kitaco 
Bktellii 
Eatemuiih 
Biiepa~. 
EBtepnr 
BstopoiiK 




^^.^.^S SON 

.40 51 N 
43 47 N 

.U 25N 

I9N 

.wl-i ItfN 

^<6 2ftN 
Bsteros del Pt.~>~,33 IJN 
E»t*nuo\y ,..^^...,^i Mn 
EativHrtiillut ^ — 4i( '^Os 
Bstoury ^...^....^^40 lijti 
Estrucu ^>,»>..~^~.-A') *J7a 
Kstrees >..>.,>^>^..^~4t> 9" 
Eittreit'xiitCulhetii.'ll 44N 
Esirelhi, La..~.~«~.:Ui Jfi 
Estrella, Kiver — )l 50N 
ICntrellus ^>.^,>..,.4a ;;»N 
B«trellud >.^.^. — 'ij 45N 
Kstreiiioz ^,..>,^«^ S 3118 
Kstrenioz »<^..<..~«.'W 64N 
t Estrtinitduru 

t Kgtreiiiuduru 



3HB 
2 tiR 

6 38B 
37 MW 

73 auw 

71 5TW 

43 SOB 

&IB 

11 43R 

7 41w 

63 4SW 

2 3Hr 
35 6b 

4 MW 
3S»W 

5 9w 
120 37»v 

8 low 

3 2MB 
30 Ms 

64 VW 
IW 

17 I2*v 

5 &w 
83 42W 

6 4!»B 

a5 aiw 

7 26W 



(Spain) 
I^Htrlci. Furt 
Estruplund 
E'atvud > 
Etain<~. 
Btunipt'S 

Etapio!) ~ 
Etuuliera 
Btuwiih 
Etav ^. 
Etclioni. 



a 13N 

41 67N 

,^.^ 31 N 

.^16 32N 

.,^1 41N 

...48 25N 

4*1 ION 

..^■tH 311* 

,^i UN 

'id 48N 

47 41N 

19 28N 

.47 42N 

;)0 8N 



^^^^^^^•^m^^^i 



,29 SON 
A7 3BN 
A6 38N 



Btel, Hiver 

Etliam 

i Etliaui, Wilder 

ne«auf 
Etliie 

Etiile Haven 
Etienne River .,~w(6 42N 
Etive. Locli....<.^J(> 29n 

Etive >Vater....«..^'>6 33n 

Etko, Lake ..,>..,.,'ll 16N 
Etnat Mount .~.^7 37n 
Etole *«#»p«*»#»*»^*» m 49 41N 
t Etolku~~-.-.~-~~;«» 2r)N 
Eton >...^..^^,~5I 29N 
Etorpou, Isle ,~^45 <ih 
Etowah ... — ^......:U 9n 

Etowali, Kiver ...34 9n 
Etre .................. 49 .UN 

Etrectiy.».....»......4» :iUN 

Etretat .<,~.....»>~.4!t 43N 

Btreux Lundeniat 49 59n 

Etriiih St> JS8N 

t Ktruriu ......^..^43 ION 

I Etruria. See Envs. 

of Itoin e ..........^. 

EtMuf — ........~~29 34N 

Ettagli ..........53 ON 

Ettiawyl .............. 47 8N 

Ettlebruck ........^9 5UN 

EtU]ngun,.............48 56N 

Etton «........>..53 54N 

Ettrick Pen ...,^...55 22N 
Ettrick \Vater...~.55 32N 

Etwall ,...52 63N 

Etymnnder Fl. m.31 ON 
Etztlittler Fecher, 

Great ~.~~*~~~.46 SON 
Eu .W..................50 aN 

t Euboea ............38 43n 

Euboicum Mare ...38 4SN 
Eucatiba, River... 1 55« 
Euclian W. .........55 Son 

Eudokeef Isle .~~S6 20n 
Eufemia, St......~.;«i 63N 

Eufeniia.Oulf ofi!>t38 54N 

Eulidt, Gebel ..^-M 22N 
Eulaeus R. .........30 45n 

Eulalia Sta .........38 59n 

Eulan ~..JI ION 

Eumenia ........«.....38 18n 

Eunlch.................41 6n 

Eupalium ...........38 25n 

EupatoriB.....«,.....4U 43n 



Eupaturia, or 
Kaslov 



16 
16 
15 
54 
53 
5'i 

6!) 
17 
31 
30 
&3 
89 
37 
30 
30 
30 
49 
U 
Hi 
36 
53 
15 
42 
30 
49 
16 
49 
54 
30 



8 40W 30 



5 59W 
8 22W 
8 59B 
8 5!)B 

35 IIB 

2 »B 

6 22b 
1 39b 
37W 

78 52B 

4 27B 

78 30B 

3 13Hr 



30 
30 
25 
25 
37 
15 
15 
15 
16 
39 
15 
39 
15 



33 25B 37.43 



33 50B 

4 3w 
a 28W 

65 51w 

5 13Hr 
5 OW 

30 22B 
15 5B 

5 33B 
SI 40B 

37W 

148 lOB 

85 OW 

85 24W 

3 56B 

a iiB 

14R 

3 398 

4 14W 
11 20B 



31 22B 

7 5IW 

8 IB 
6 4B 
8 S6B 

30w 

3 llw 
2 54W 

1 35W 
62 SUB 

10 48B 
1 24B 
33 30b 
S3 lOB 
65 35W 

4 AW 
157 «w 

16 19b 
16 14B 

5 39W 
33 22B 
4H35B 

I 43B 
13 a3B 
30 OB 
37 SOB 
22 5B 
36 45B 



43 

9 
10 
46 
10 
10 
43 
3i 
19 
34 

8 
35 
48 
48 
15 
15 
15 
15 
10 
59 

31 
43 
13 
17 
19 
22 

7 
10 
10 

7 
68 

S3 
15 
34 
34 
53 
10 
45 
32 
33 
9 
43 
59 
29 
21 
69 
36 
34 
69 



I3N 

Kupel, River ..^..47 60n 
Bupen . m .11 50 41N 



33 30B 28,59 

18 50b 21 

6 IB 83 



Ewerby ...............53 In 

Ewesley ...............55 I4N 

Ewhurst ..........~..51 ON 

Exaltiicion, River 12 268 
Kxnitiiciun do la 
Criiz^. — .........12 aria 

Exbury ........do 48N 

Exchequer lales ... 50a 
hxe. Itiver .........50 41n 

Exea .................42 8N 

Exeter ...............SO 45n 



«Wtfi#i«W««>«i«##«iN 



1 2(18 
Jil HN 
i iSS 
„^,i ON 
^.M 38N 



Exetero 

Exford 

Exiiall 

Exin 

Exnioutli 

Exmoutli Bay ......22 08 

Kxmouth Mt. ........31 i:<8 

Exning .........^...52 17N 

Extun................51 Cn 

Exuma bio ....^...23 30n 

Exuma Bound „„^-i 2its 
Ey R. .................IG 55N 

Eya Fiord ...........67 On 

ll!.yftQ ......... ..... . p. Mjl^ tjoN 

Eyam .............. > 5 3 17N 

Eyboat .............57 24N 

Eyder, I{iver....»..Ji4 21 N 

Eye 52 2()N 

Eye..... .........52 38N 

EyeU. (Berwick) 55 52N 
Eye<>, or Kutuiiga 9 ION 
Eyerlitnd ..........Jkl 9N 

Eylau.............^);! 35.v 

Eyiau 54 23n 

Eyinouih ..........A.') &>n 

Eyniiiutiers .......45 44 n 

Eynoti, Ft. ........Jil 34n 

Eynort, Liicli 

(Suuth Uist).......57 I5N 

Eynort, Luch 

(Sliye) ..........Ji7 I5N 

Eynunah ...........28 5n 

Eyoub. See the 

Bosphorus......... 

Eyre ..... ....,57 31 n 

Eyre Mt. ............31 4lls 

Eyrecourt.........H'>3 I2n 

Eyrgos ..............6 47n 

Esawen .1? 40n 

Etcaray.............w4a 16N 

Esevskw ..65 3RN 

Esion-geber ........'29 30N 

Eziongvhor .......29 85N 

Ezzeit Muiuiifi.....27 55n 



P 



Faaborg. 

Faarup. 

Pabreguei 

Fabriino. 

Facliin: 

Fad I. 

Fadbcrxe. 

Fadeeffiikoi, L>le..75 SON 

Faderli............4(» fiN 



20«V 
3 OW 
1 54w 

27w 

65 41W 

65 47W 

1 85W 
145 OB 

«86w 
«w 
3 30W 
147 .3B 
3 37W 
I 2i)W 
17 31 B 

5 23W 
114 lOB 
14H fiOK 

23B 

."iOw 
S3IW 

75 48W 
75 5<IW 

3 3UW 
17 40 W 
73 L'K 

1 42W 

6 27W 
9 IB 

1 8B 

I2W 
8 4W 
A lOB 

4 50B 
19 32R 
UO 34R 

2 5W 

1 4()K 
4 llw 




Fadoch 

Fadon 

Faensa. 

Faesulae 

Fagaras. 

Fauan. 

Falieirim... 

Fahllieim 



JS7 I (IN 

tl 34N 
44 IHN 
43 56N 
..45 52N 
AS 5n 
84N 
.....48 26N 



Fatimenbacli Uurg49 27n 
Fahrsand ...........58 On 

Falirtoft ..........54 36N 

Faiai,..............Jl 47n 

Faido .............46 88N 

Fai-fo ............15 40N 

Fail..... 56 40N 

Failsworth ........53 SON 

Fair Havctia...~...~34 57n 
Fair Head, Cape..Ji5 13n 
Fair Isle .........£7 39n 

Fair Isle ........59 SON 

Fairbaim ........JM 46n 



Foirbaim Cape..»~57 31n 
Fairest .............52 33n 

Fairfax .....38 5IN 

Fairfax, Mount ...28 308 
Fairfield ......,...«,..M 16N 

Fairford..........JH 43N 

Fairliaven ..........41 3n 

Fairland Ft... 54 59n 



Fairley Ud. .......JM 42N 






7 

10 

7 

8 

62 

62 

8 

35 

8 

29 

8 

67 

8 

8 

24 

8 

41 

66 

8 

8 

8 

60 

50 

9 

45 

39 

7 

9 

25 

8 

8 

10 

42 

18 

24 

24 

10 

16 

8 



7 SOW 9 

6 20W 9 
35 4B 43 



6 17W 
138 I2K 

8 6w 
S3 SOB 

46B 

3 OW 
47 6B 
35 OB 
34 50b 
33 25B 



33 
9 
66 
13 
34 

4a 

a)» 
27 
37 
43 

43 



10 14B 

34B 

3 46B 
12 55R 
49 5W 

4 33<y 

1 a8W 
143 SOB 

28 48B 
6 22W 

6 3W 

11 54B 
II 16R 
S4 67B 

7 27W 

7 35W 
10 9B 
I0 50B 

6 38B 
9 4.''iB 
16 51W 

8 48B 
108 7b 

6 3PW 
a 9W 

84 45R 
6 9w 

at 35B 
1 40W 
1 17W 
4 32W 

13W 
77S7W 

114 45B 

1 54W 
1 46W 

aa 68W 
6 12w 
4 49W 
4 &2W 



85 

85 

16 

31 

54 

10 

7 

35 

36 

9 

SO 

31 

59 

S3 

13 

13 

83 

83 

86 

25 

42 

17 

40 

10 

7 

60 

12 

43 

6 

7 

9 

8 

47 

41 

7 

8 

47 

10 

10 

10 



Falun...... W> 3'in 

Falvuterra ......41 3.iN 

Falyoon ............29 55N 

Funi.'igostu ..M.....35 7N 

Famieii 35 SON 

Family Isles >» >UB 

Faiuund, Luke — (12 12n 
Fanado ..........17 .MW 

Fanal.......«..~....40 7N 

Funal Ia«...........w' M 668 

Fuiiari, Cape ......40 66n 

Fiinuri M. ...........< T 7 3n 

Fane River.. . ...». J 3 67N 

PHnnich Loch ......57 4«»N 

Punjeaux .........43 UN 

Fankerton ....«...56 2n 

Faiinvt Point ....-55 I7N 

Fannicli Forest ..57 4 In 
Funniiigs Isle ....- 2 40n 

Funo 43 5tiN 

Fano .............39 51 N 

Fanoo, lgle.......-. 5 5 8.'*N 

Fanore Kiver.....-53 6n 

Kanreoch .....~~..<'>7 I4n 

Funs .........^...55 :WN 

Funtvunnes .......48 HiN 

Fanuni Carisi-.....40 2 IN 

Funuin. See Envs. 

ot Rome........ 

Fuom 49 21 N 

Faou, Le.....-~....48 I7N 

Faou, Wadi el ::7 47N 

Faouet, Le .. 48 3n 

Faoug 46 54N 

Fftftt ■o###»** « ^^i»»»*»<'**^ W 13n 

Faruba 14 ION 

Farafang.tne Kiver.^2 5<IB 

Furaga 35 50N 

Faruhabud ^6 46n 

Faraigga n......~.'t5 44N 

Furara ..............^io 47 n 

FuratisM WelU ^M 21N 

Faray....... .58 49n 

Purdrup...............55 21 N 

FuredJehFoumOmSI 9n 

Fiveliam SO 61 N 

Fareskour 31 19N 

Fnrewell ............53 42N 

Farewell. Cape 

( New Zealand) .j40 318 
Faria. Wady ........33 ION 

Faribee . — 17 IH" 

Farina, Cape ......37 7n 

Farina Porto ......37 7n 

Furlum ..............JH 56n 

Furleigh E. 
Farleton 
Farley ... 
Farlingtun, 
Farlow ... 
Farly 
Fam Isle 



15 .'iUK 
13 2»B 
61 36R 
34 IB 
36 28B 

14(i lOB 
11 45K 
42 I5W 
23 l!)B 

17» 7B 

25 liiB 

25 32B 

6 SiW 

6 OW 

2 4b 

3 56W 

7 3«W 
5 OW 

I6!» OW 
13 OB 
19 21B 

8 25K 

9 I5W 
2 40W 

2 37W 

3 53B 
9 40B 



...51 I4N 

.^4 13N 

.....J51 2N 

54 7N 

.....52 26N 
51 4N 

55 37N 

Famborough ....51 I7N 

Famborough .....51 21 n 

Famborough..M»~52 8n 
Famdou..............t3 3N 

Famdon .....^... A l 6n 

Fumess Inn ......J7 28n 

Famhain ....,...J>1 32n 

Fumham ......... «... 5 I 12N 



Famingliam........51 23N 

Famley .............53 55n 

Famstteld . — 53 6n 

Faro .................37 ON 

Faro ................ I 628 



Faro Island .~.-...Ji7 B/Sf 
Faroilep* Isle -....10 SON 
Faro Head ....-^58 37n 
Farquhor, Cape ..23 368 
Farquhar's Isles ..17 SOB 

Farraline L.......^*)? 13n 

t Famtre«e...-...44 48n 
Furringdon 

(Berks) ..........51 39N 

Furringdon 

(Dorset)....>.....50 41n 

Farrington .........JS 42n 

Parrkirk -^ 58 SON 



Pamicli, Cape 

iFars 

Farshiout .^.. 
Fanley 



Fartask, Cape 
Farthinghoe 
Farway 
Faia...... 

Pascal ly 
Fusdyk< 
Fashine 



S9 47N 
...JO ON 
■^M laN 

Ji3 48N 



.15 45N 

SN 

46N 

5N 

o<ww»^i«w#«<w»Oo 44N 

........ja 63N 

Fasnacloich .......56 S5n 

Fust Castle ......^^15 56n 

Fa»tU...............24 188 



mnmm^ 




.m 3^N 

.41 .TIN 
.iO A5N 
....^J5 7" 
3S 30N 
J8 lUfl 
iind, Lake .^i 12N 
ido 17 .M» 

kl la.--.,-...--^ 06" 

tri, Cape 40 S6n 

iri M. »..«..... ..> 3 7 3N 

8 Hiver^.»..~..5J S7X 
licit Loch «~~^7 40N 

eaux 43 UN 

iertoii ^..^.^....p&C 2n 
[let Point ^~>Jia I7N 
iiicli Fi>re»i ~.57 <1N 
iiliigs Itle ....^^^ 2 40N 

3 43 a IN 

) ,,.«M<.».~>/~<~3i> 51 N 
JO, l»le~~~~~M 2.tN 
ire Uiver..,...-fi3 (iN 
'each M.«M~.~«''>7 14N 

tVHnnes .^.^w^^tt HiN 
III! C'ariai..~~x40 3 IN 
iim. See Enva. 
Uuine~.~~~~« 

u 49 21 N 

11, Le 48 I7M 

*, Wadi el i7 47N 

Jot, Le ^.-«^8 3M 
ig«.....<.<........46 MN 

I 5» 13M 

tba ~.I4 lOM 

ifaiig.iiie I<iver22 fltw 

tea ~--35 3«n 

ihabud ^~.,~~.'I6 46N 
>tggan..».<...«»..»-'W 44N 

tra .« 47M 

ktissH VVelU ^M) 21N 

ty~.~ ~..w58 49N 

Imp 59 SIN 

sdJehFoum 00131 »n 
iliani ...<,.....«... .«'H) 5)N 
nkour.^,.,~.,~ J I lUN 
swell ...~~~~^2 42N 
swell. Cape 
lew Zealand) UO 3ls 
a, Wady ^......^ ION 

bee 17 W 

ina, Cupe ...^^37 7n 
iiu Porto ,,.,^7 7N 

ium > .V4 fi6N 

leitjh E. 31 14N 

leton ,....,^ — 54 13N 

54 7N 

52 26N 

51 4N 

37N 

iborough ...^1 I7N 
iborougli ««^ « 51 21N 

iborough. ...53 8N 

idoii...».»......,.V» SN 

idon ...........At 5N 

lets Inn ...~~Ji7 %n 
iliain ......,..,..JSi 32N 

iham .^.......^..Sl 1-2N 

inglianu....... . 51 li3N 

istteld *»»^»###»»**53 6n 

I 528 

Iiland..»~ .67 56>'^ 

>ilep> l»le 10 3I)N 

Head 58 37N 

liihar. Cape .^'23 358 
|uhttr*al»lea~.17 3<» 
.57 20N 
nline L...>.......'»7 i3N 

UTareae.M.~~~.44 48n 



15 .WK 
13 2UB 

51 ana 

34 IK 

3tf 38B 

14(i lUB 

11 45K 

43 13W 

23 lUB 

175 7" 

S5 Urn 

25 32B 

ti SiW 

5 OW 

41 

Mw 

saw 

Uwr 

OW 
OB 
19 21B 

8 25B 

9 I5W 
2 40W 

2 37 W 

3 &3B 
9 40B 




* 
3 
7 
A 
15!) 
13 



74 2nw 

4 14VV 
32 33B 

3 33Hr 

7 «■ 

2 62W 

13 17W 
47 4UB 

14 3311 
53 5B 
70 luB 

14 25B 

4 52W 

3 lOW 

8 431 
32 28B 

I 8W 

31 43B 

I 52W 



2U 
31 
38 
3ii 
60 
41 
2G 
54 
33 
57 
'M 
34 
12 

U 
16 
10 
12 

9 

1 
31 
34 
25 
13 

9 
10 
15 

sm 

31 
4(i 
15 
43 
15 

'I 
42 
42 
32 
38 
38 
32 
44 

9 
25 
43 

8 
43 

8 



172 46B 41,57 
35 30B 37 
14 low 

m lOB 

lU 5B 
2 3»W 

29B 
2 44W 

1 26W 
1 4W 
8 3i)W 
I 40W 
1 39W 
44W 

5B 

1 I8W 
50W 

2 5iW 

3 45W 
37W 
4HW 

l:iB 

1 40W 

I 2w 

7 5lw 

(5 43W 

.9 12B 

116 OR 

4 45w 
113 25K 
151 40ii 

4 !»\v 

4 2ivv 

II 5lB 



42 
44 
44 

7 

8 

7 

8 

7 

8 

8 

7 

8 

8 

8 

7 

7 

9 

8 

8 

8 

7 

7 

30 

54 

26 

35 

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41 

41 

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9 

31 



ingdon 

lerkg) 

ingdon 

•onet). 



«>*»4>*MWMM>^ 



51 39N \ 34W 8 



M\ 41N 



ington .^......-5.'t 42N 

kirk .... 58 3UN 

ucli, Cape.~~.39 47N 
\n ........... — 30 ON 

hlout ....>..~~.-j6 laN 

iley 

aik. Cape 

hinglioe 

5N 



15 45N 
i 2N 




ally 

lyk< 
ane 



56 44N 

52 53N 
M 5N 



lacloich .........56 35N 

Cattle .........55 56N 

II .................24 I8> 



2 25W 
a 44W 
4 13W 

3 35B 

52 40B 
32 8B 

1 SOW 
SI SOiS 

1 l< 
13 lOw 

53 40B 
346W 
3W 

4 47W 

5 I3W 
3 13W 

67 5W 



8 

7 

9 

29 

38 

43 

7 

35 

8 

8 

38 

10 

7 

10 

10 

10 

53 



Feliinich 

Felding 

Feldkircli 

Feldkirch 

Feldkircli 

Feldaberg .. 

Felegyhaia 

Felicudi Itle 38 35N 



...........t!> 2((N 

i5 5-tN 

.46 49N 

w47 16W 

47 6«N 

.46 ftlN 

wl6 43N 



.45 15N 

36 50N 

69 MS 

57 6IM 

.......44 56N 

.JM ON 
5UN 

33 I7N 

58 1!>N 

9t» 4«N 

.....52 12N 

.44 30N 

47 40N 

13 18N 

2 49N 

46 4N 

46 5N 

.......66 31 N 

49 46N 

Fenivreii, IhIo ....~JS4 3lN 
Feiiiert'U, isuuiid.~54 29N 
Feininit lalo .........38 16N 



Fellnct 

Felix 

t'elix, Ciipe . 

Felix, Uiver 

Felixz.ino 

FelleMllife 

FeliBtton 

• Fellya. 

Fellin ^ 

Felpluun 

Feltiiiii 

Fel«li« 

Felwbanyu 

Feltun 

Felton Water 

Feltre 

Feltria . 

Fellriiig. 

Feltz 



3 13B 

8 45B 
14 2B 

9 41B 
12 8B 

9 27B 

10 MB 

14 30a 

3 44B 

2 45W 



Fenagli 

Fenclii .~ 

Feiidioo^. 

Fen-choui 

Keiidach 

Fendekli 

Fender W 

Fenclla Cattle 
Fenubtrellea 
Fenlio 
Fenit Itle 
l-eniton 



54 IN 

98 S2N 

17N 



56 22N 

42 I8N 

56 47N 




.56 5;N 

3b.v 

3llN 
2 15 N 

.50 4t>N 
Fenny Uendey .~53 3n 
Fenny Drayton ...52 :i4N 
Fenny Stanton .....52 lUN 
Fepouacho 1. ..^..46 43ii 
Feiioz, l3les.~~~~40 31 n 
Fenwick 55 3!(N 



Fenwick. 

I'eiix 

Feoclmn L. 

Feoriiie 

Fuurlan 

Feou 

Feuu-kiang 

Ferbane 

Ferden 



^.M 




J» 



>46 



Ferdinandtdorf 

Fere Cliaiiipenoite 48 

Fire, La 49 

Peret ............. — ..40 

Fergimuh ..........Ji) 

Fergut ............... 56 



Fergui, Uiver ......52 

Ferfai .~ .~38 

Fering 46 

i. Feriiiaiiagli 

t Pernio ~..~....~43 

Pernio ^.^..........43 

Penuoy ........ ....^52 

Fern 56 

..^.74 

— .u 

S6 



Fern, i'u|>u 
Fern Iili-t . 



Feni, Luke 
FemiU ...>. 

Fenialea... ~.~57 

Feman ■■ , ft? 

Pemnn Ciiballvra 39 
Fenian .lO ~». .~.... 9 

Pemandina .....~..J0 

Fernando 

Noronlia, Itle 
Fernando Fo 
Fernando, S. 
Pemard Itle 
Femt ........... 

Femton .... 

Ferradina ^...........40 

PemOo Pto 42 

Ferrara ^.............44 

Femwa ........46 

Ferraria — ...........3» 

Ferrariiin 
Ferrat, Cnpu, 
or Mitliiil ........35 




~~.52 
56 



Femto, Cupe .......39 

Ferreirod Uiver ~. 9 

Ferrette ,.,....,.«.47 

Ferrex, Vi>l.......w45 

Fvrrlanuli ............34 



25 

23 
X3 
22 
17 
23 
32 
16 
29 



54N 
3N 

62 N 
MS 
4UN 
•MS 
ION 
US 
34N 
42N 
39N 
57 N 
H)S 
4HN 
4-tN 
27N 
67N 

23N 
ON 

ION 
8N 

45N 
45N 
3UN 

3N 
41N 
20N 
3«iN 

9N 
27B 
38N 

40s 
I N 
3U8 
42N 
3.'iN 
24N 
30N 
3tiN 
49n 
40N 
33N 
2aN 
SON 

5IIN 
I9N 

6n 
30B 

30N 
SON 
UN 



98 30W 49-1 

9 

31 

7 

8 

36 

27 

8 

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59 

23 

7 

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31 

59 

25 

19 

25 

25 

32 

12 

59 

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33 
10 
10 

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10 
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55 
55 
13 
17 
24 
15 
15 
33 
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9 
13 
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23 



4 7W 

8 28K 

1 MW 

1 lltH 

43 4UB 

25 30 K 
U 40W 

51R 

11 Am 

23 44B 

1 43W 

2 5UW 

12 OB 

12 SUB 

8 7R 

6 l2B 
11 8B 
11 9B 

13 14K 

7 5JW 
31 OK 

111 38B 

112 OB 

3 46W 

26 22K 
3 4!'W 

2 36«V 
7 6K 

110 40K 

9 54W 

3 ItiW 

I 46>v 

1 'MW 

aw 
167 2K 

24 3UB 

4 27W 

4 SiW 

2 4lw 

5 32W 
5 iBW 

5 low 
107 28B 
105 55B 

7 4«W 
7 4JB 

14 3K 

4 OK 

3 I5B 
26 UB 
67 55B 

3 i9w 
U OW 

6 23W 
16 IB 

7 40w 
13 32B 
13 43B 

8 16W 

2 SOW 
60 lOB 

1 40W 

7 44W 

2 36w 

6 21W 

5 47W 

3 54IW 
40 40W 
81 36W 

33 OW 

8 4UB 
59 ISW 

10 iw 

6 29W 

3 48W 

9 42B 
16 25B 
10 20R 

II 40B 
9 27a 
9 13B 

4 6B 

16W 

9 39B 

8 Ow 

65 2W 

7 20R 

7 3B 

8 43B 



12 

31 

31 

13 

10 

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7 

12 

10 

9 

9 

30 

54 

48 

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52 
13 
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33 
31 
31 
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59 
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44 

33 
30 
52 
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17 
44 



Fii'l. Liili 
Field U ^. 
Ficlierl*-. 
Fielknip 
Fieltted 
Fierceneii 
Fictole ~. 
FifekeUh 
Fife Net* 
i Fifethire 

Fifleld 

FiHni 



.•i5 40N 
31 lOB 
.Vi 13N 
/jH 31 N 
59 2*»M 

43 45N 



57 32N 

.66 I6N 

47 48N 



i' igacii L. .M~..~~.58 I2N 

Figarl, Cape 40 S8N 

Figeac ..~»........~~.44 37 n 

Figlalden 51 16N 

Fl^lil« 32 S«N 

FiguL'inu..~.....~~.37 7" 
FigULira doe 

Cuviilleirot 38 8n 

Fii{ucru............~.40 ION 

Figuernti ~~~~~-.42 17n 
FiguerreriiiMt.U. 18 6N 

Fikreh, W.el 31 2n 

Filbv 52 39N 

Fileline .........~..~S2 51 n 

Filey .~ 54 I3N 

Filey Hiiy 64 12n 

Filey, Pi. 64 13M 

FilflaL 
Filigas .. 
Fililik. 
FilUur 
Filleigh 
Filletia . 

FiUinghuni 53 22N 

I'ilodie 27 7N 

Filunovkk.~^~.~.~.-'>0 29N 
t Filt and Uuin«~.48 4US 



— 35 44N 

....41 36N 

.17 <'N 

.46 4IN 

4.1 ::0n 



Filton.......... 


51 


30N 


Finiber ........ 


54 


3N 


Fin. Ben — 


57 


:i8N 


Fin Yarie .....~~.~.57 


9N 


Finale 


44 


UN 


Finana........> 


—n 


15N 



Fiuboruugli Lit. ...52 ION 

Piiicaatle .^.........37 3un 

Fincliam ............52 39n 

Finrnauittead .....51 21 n 

Finchingfleld "tl bjs 

Flucliley ............51 3tiN 

Findale ........^...JW 23n 

Findeii flu ..»~~.57 3tiN 
Pindern..~.........~.52 52N 



Finderton ........ 

FIndliavcii Cat. 
Findliom 



...52 53N 
...56 42N 
...J17 40N 



FUidhum, Hiver«>57 38N 
Findochtie ..^...^.-57 41N 
Findon ...............S? 4N 

Findowglen .........JMi 19N 

Findrak 57 8n 

Fine, Loch J** ^JJ 

Finedon ................ 52 :.0n 

Finettra, P. .........36 48N 

Fiiigal ^^^ 41 42S 

Fiiigat't Fumace....57 'MS 

Fingatk Co. .....~>56 26n 

Finger, F'ive, Pt. 45 Mm 
Fingert, Five, the 42 68 

Finghen ...... 36 ::9n 

Fingbuid ... .....55 i/s 

Fingland ...............55 v7n 

FinglMt Ki 24N 

Finglen ........... 56 20n 

Finliault .~...«.....46 4n 

Finingtiam 
t Finingia 
Finitterre.. 
Finittenr 
% Flnl«n 

De'.:'»'u- 
Finj« ... 
i Finland ............62 45N 

Finland. Uulf OL..60 On 

Finlat, Glen. 

Finlaytton 

Finley, For 

Finley, ^.m 

Finloch L. 

Piiimark .,............7ti 

Finn, Lake .. 

Finn, River 

Finnart 

Finnea 

Finninglny 

FinniiB, 

Finnocli 

Finns 



..........S3 18N 

68 On 



42 S4N 

r .^,«...42 S3M 

lit OL.AB 14N 
.56 17N 




56 51N 
il 358 



Fin»boy, Loch ..>J17 45N 
Pinner Aarliom ...46 34n 
Fintoiia^... ....54 .'kjN 



H I UK 

150 3*iB 

5 53B 

10 37B 

10 IB 

2 48W 

11 13B 

3 IW 

2 25W 

3 6W 

1 6UW 

12 8B 

4 42W 
9 40B 

2 IB 

1 47W 

2 17W 
8 4Uw 

8 liW 

8 4!.'W 

2 6UB 
77 'MW 
35 2<iK 

1 37R 
16 13B 

I9W 

I7W 

lUW 

14 2(>B 

32 4H 

3(1 4UB 

9 42K 

3 54W 
II 12K 

3(iW 
72 24K 
42 42K 

9 SiiB 

2 33W 
38W 

5 6W 

4 24W 

8 I8K 
2 59W 
57 K 

79 SOW 
30it 
3IW 
-ilit 

llw 

5 2W 
4 19W 

1 3IW 

1 32W 

2 48W 

3 3(iW 

3 3UW 
2 &5W 

9 6W 

4 IW 

2 41W 

5 30W7 

5 7wJ 

40W 

13 3B 
148 6B 

7 I4W 

3 13W 
166 lOB 
171 ^OB 

4 13W 
3 43W 

3 SOW 

6 18W 

5 23W 

6 68B 

1 2B 
£7 OB 

9 15W 
9 16W 

4 5W 
l.< 35B 
26 OB 
'M OB 

4 19W 

4 36W 

83 46W 

4 55W 

4 S6W 
SG Oh 

8 Itw 

7 29w 

5 SW 

7 I9W 
58W 

6 47W 

9 Miw 
99 88B 

6 48W 

8 SB 

7 I9w 



X.I 

56 
18 
25 
25 

9 
31 


10 
10 

8 
22 

9 
32 
16 

8 
41 
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30 
30 
:<9 
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^7 

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24 

7 

7 

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32 
36 
42 
17 

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31 

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39 
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22 

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9 

9 
31 
29 

8 
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1 

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9 
8 
7 
10 
9 
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9 
9 
10 
9 

10 

8 
32 
57 

9 
10 
57 
57 
10 
10 
10 
13 
10 
17 

8 
58 
30 
30 

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26 
27 

27 
10 
10 
47 
9 
10 

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12 

19 

10 

12 

7 

9 

9 

44-1 

9 

17 

13 



riiiuiiruiiu M....M.O/ XfN 

Flngntiid ...... ....^.67 3UN 

Flugttadue lule ~.68 ON 
Fliikkcberg .......55 19N 

t Ittkkee, or liar- 

ingvliet Hiver^Jil 4;n 
Flauiunville ..........49 42n 

Flambeau Lake ...45 ION 
Flambnrough ....^54 UN 

Flaniborough 

Heitd>..»........~....54 7N 

FlaininiaVia. See 

Kiivi. of Roniv... 
Fluiiiunia ............46 Kn 

Flanii. It'll f I............5 1 49N 

i Fliuidera ..^^...50 2.'>N 
£ Plunders, Eatt...51 ON 
I Fiundert, Wett 51 On 
t lunnin Is , or 

beviji IIunten....58 l^N 



lU .r^K L'j 

12 2UB M 

12 24B 26 

II 22B 25 



Flukough 
I'lllbblinS ... 

1 lut lir. .... 
I'lut Holme ~ 
F.iii i'wiiit .. 

Flat Point 

Flat Uuck Hive 
FlatPuiiit( LSfrnuu, 
Flatubiir8K..M.. 



39N 

.43 2:>N 

5 44N 

r.l 2:iN 

111 L'lIN 

41 2.18 

M 20.V 

.') 2./8 

..UJO 14N 



Flatow — J ^>i 4aN 

Fbitow .........M~...53 24N 

Fiattu Iiile...~........37 In 



14 408 

itj 40N 

.41 5'N 

.4H 33N 

.43 6N 

50 I5n 
46 318 

......47 42N 

52 31 N 
ON 

51 2(;n 



Flattery, Capu 

Flavia Hulvi 

Flavia T. ~,. 

Flavigny ... 

Flaviogriga 

Flo V ion 

F'ax L .... 

Flawrence 

Fiich;), Lu 

Fleckney 

Fleet L. 

Fleet. N. 

F'ie«iwood 

Fleet, 8. Water .^7 58n 

Flekkctiuril 68 14n 

Fleming Inkt .....71 40n 

Fleuiingstuii .......Ail 25N 

t Flin«borg.........>54 48N 

Flentiburg, Gull o( 34 51 n 
Fleron ^^^,,..^0 37n 

Pier* ^ ....^....48 43N 

Flesch .... .....47 2N 

Fletcliing .............50 5!)N 

Fletach IlotpiluL..46 liN 

Fletion .... ......>.< 34N 

Pleure 46 2t)N 

Pleurier..... .......46 54N 



Fieurt Castle 
Pleurus , 
Flevo L. 
Fliniby 



......^ MS 

•UN 
.32 45N 
..54 42N 



Flinderfc......... 

Flinders U. 
Flinders 1 
Flinders Is. 
FlindursKatit;e...~JI 25s 




Fling 

Flint 

Flint's Isle .. 

Flint U 

FUnt Uiver 

Flint Uiver 

Fliiiterup 

t Flintsliire 

Flisk 

Fii 

Flixborough 

Flixecourt 

Flixtou 

Flize 

F'lockton 

Flodii 



&4N 
3 15N 
.11 20S 
IH 27N 
43 29N 
)40N 
35 31N 



Flo<ldA W.e 

Fluddtrty 

Flogiiy 

Florae 

Floree 




....43 45N 



Florence 
Florence 

(AlHbMmu).. 34 4fiN 

Florence 8. «.. 
I^ lorentia ......... 

Florentine U. 

Florenville 

FlM 

Floret., 

FItres. 



Floros, Isle 
Floret, Jsle 
Plores, Pto. 
Flores, R 




4 en 
1 ?7w 

t»(l 3(iw 
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18 
IS 
47 

7 



6w 7 



12 50B 
il 25»V 
3 ^Ob 
3 5:R 

3 IB 

7 .12W 
u aiiw 

UK 

4 llw 

3 7w 

77 IH.v 
i;3 :>m 

«1 4I)W 

112 UK 

1 ; Ow 

12 Mb 
17 3K 

7 2i'w 
145 13B 

13 4(jB 
12 .'{B 

6 Uk 

3 OW 

4 4:iK 

167 42K 
81 40 W 

4W 

1 3W 

4 I3W 
19K 
3 2W 
A 4W 

6 3lR 
23 30W 

3 2 jw 
9 25R 
9 aUK 

5 a9K 

;uw 

9 2ilK 
IK 

7 38B 
14W 

3«iB 

6 a6B 

2 2'JW 

4 32B 

5 2UB 

3 aow 

132 508 

113 17K 
148 2K 
134 -26R 
138 .S4B 

1 2!»W 
3 7W 

152 OW 

78 4W 
84 lew 
84 38W 
11 35R 

3 7W 

3 6W 
(I SUB 

41W 

2 7B 

1 4lB 

4 4/8 
I 30W 

14 428 

6 4W 

4 3t W 

3 £28 

3 34K 

5 3K 
11 138 

«7 50w 

4 47W 
II 148 

116 328 

5 I7K 
58 27W 

30 3UW 

47 i:<w 

31 20W 
121 208 

ta 9W 
63 UW 



31 
69 
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19 
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9 
12 
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67 
47 
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19 
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17 

9 
16 
19 
10 
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58 

7 
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67 
57 
56 
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47 
48 
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l-'.m',l .'.. T; lil4.'.« 

Komli 41 Sis 

Koiidii Vi Hft 

Fi)iie ^i^ IHN 

Koiielo* It; L'HN 

KoiiK «> ;mN 

F.)iii{ San 'H 4tiN 

ponctiioli 11 l'(ir^-.M 51 N 
i'ltiiKyiingfito ~.~^<'.' 4')N 
K()iimn(?~,^~^-.,~,'.'S> ■>4v 

Foiis SollM^^,.,.^^ l.'lN 

Foiisoca, or 

Am|ala (iiiir ^1.1 ION 
Foiituiiio I'Kvi'qiie.'tO .MM 



!ij iinv 4? 



7« 



Foiit.tiuebleuu 

Foiiiak 

Foiiliirnbi:) ^ 
FonUiia Fort 

F0HttflK)i> 

Flint'; I'olH'rtii, 

Foiilcnaille 

Fonteiiay .^-«. 

Foiittfiiiiy 

Fiiiitfiiiiy 

FuiitotiDy 

Fiiiiiliill. 

Foiitiroiix 

Foiitiveros 

Foiitdy 



w4ii a.j.v 

4fi 4N 

43 :;i!« 
1 llN 

^ J ;«js 

^,40 I'M 

^"^l US 

„.4H 41 M 

~>W 7!« 

~-.Vt 3.M« 
.M 5n 

44 I'JN 

41 IN 

4!l UlN 

M 4M 

M 18N 

.Vt 43N 
^4!) I3N 
— 53 4"N 



:n 228 



Funutoiin 
Fuoksiiiill 
Fiwlin ~- 
Fnm, IjIo — 
Furb;icli -~-.,. 
Furbi'g l,(iti;;li 

Forbt's Ml. , 

FofU's luul .M.icc 

don Mt:k. 
Fore.ill 
Furcalquii-r 
Forchefm 
Forcliii, Cup« . 
Fordliiun 
Ford 
Ford 
Ford 

Ford, L'u|M) 
Ford Sand Islf~..^S5 
Fordcl 
FordinbridK>! ^..^.V) .V5N 

Fonloii ^ .sj 35.V 

Fordoii ^.......M 6An 

F'ordavilto , .,,.,;♦! 4!* 




Fordvce 57 »» 

Forettnid, Nurili,^51 84N 
Furc'laiid, !S«u.li_5l UN 
ForesUn ^^-.,^51 lON 
ForMtinill ~..^.«.,.J6 MN 

t Forei ..45 48N 

Forfar ,J1« 3!«n 

t Forfar, County S6 ♦4N 

Porg 'iH -Mm 

Foptan ,57 I'JN 

Fori{an-~~..^^,,Ji6 35N 
ForRaiiduniiy ^^..Vi 2(In 
ForKM ^ — ^^...^47 ;t7N 

Forftlen ,,.57 32N 

Forgney ...iS 33n 

Forgone*, or Con- 

tiuo, Riv»" ......24 35s 

Forgue 57 28n 

Fork Port ...,.....„&) on 
Fork Hiver, Wtxt 4(» 3UN 
Fork, We»t ^.....Ati In 
Pork Hiver ^,..,^6 5*y 
Forked Head 

(Cape lireton)..U5 39n 
Forkhill... 54 6n 

^m 42N 

^4 13N 

44 UN 

4 3AN 



Fork*, The 
Forii 



Fortimpopoli 
Formari........ 

Pomiazza Val. ,,A6 20n 

Pormby ........53 34N 

Ponnby Pi. ^.,„,ja 34n 
Ponnentera Isle ...38 4aN 
Fonnentoii CHpe.w39 SUN 
Pormicola ^^..,J39 llN 
Fomiicole l8le..~~4i 22n 



Fomiiga .,......,....,10 47* 

Fonitiga .,.,......,....20 0B 

Formigas ............18 ION 

Ponni«ton .>«.M....J15 KiN 

Fomiota ...........45 51 n 

PomiOiKt Bay ..... 2 508 

Pomiota Cape ..... 4 3UN 

PormoiMt.Clwiil. of21 SON 
Pormotti Itland, 
or Tae-wan .......24 On 

Funnosa, Lake ..15 3Sii 
Pormoio >........ 1 1 30b 

Fonuuzo ............. 8 33« 

FormoiO bivor ..13 4(M 
PuniugmiM'M ,..,m..J>8 ittt 



l:t 
II 
8;i •i^^v 

3 lUw 
111 45B 
117 :ii)K 

70 IHK 
117 l.'iK 
II!) lOH 

•2U 35IC 

87 35W 

4 KIR 
2 4lR 

21 I5B 

1 5<>W 
15 44B 
6(i 30W 

H 2.IW 

5 42B 

2 52B 

2 4(IK 
.'i2W 

3 -illK 

a 6\v 

41 W 

5 \w 

6 3ic 
6 5JW 
6 47 w 

90 48W 
8 3I!K 

6 5(>K 

7 41»»v 
144 55B 

144 33B 

(» 7w 
A 5l)B 
II 3B 
06 I2W 
U 22B 
2 2<»W 

8 4W 

2 57W 
1:^ SOB 

H :ob 

3 22W 

1 40w 
3 8W 
a 28w 

89 54W 

2 AfSw 
1 27B 

1 a:iit 

39 2UB 

3 40Mr 

4 Hit 

5 4!«W 

2 &:tw 
&5 I5B 

3 5.'W 
3 5:iW 
3 28Hr 

1 .-MB 

2 3.'wr 

7 39W 

57 20wr 

2 42W 
117 2'>W 

U5 2UW 
»5 4W 
8» 36W 

dt* iiW 

6 26W 
65 47W 
13 2B 
13 8B 

8 58B 
8 »m 

3 4W 
3 5W 
I 37B 

3 16B 
16 2B 
10 121 
47 47W 
46 43W 
76 iiw 

4 13W 
28 i5b 

40 3&B 
6 OK 

131 OB 



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40 
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23 
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31 
52 
30 
19 
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25 
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29 

16 

32 

40 

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41 

25 

10 

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8 

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8 

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10 

14 

10 

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38 

9 

10 

10 

15 

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53 
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47 
47 
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46 
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31 
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89 
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54 
50 
10 
28 
42 
42 
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55 
51 



121 OB 
48 8»«r 
45 &W 54 
35 5W 54 
44 I8W 

i aw 



UesrvOilo 
Forum Tnijuni 
For<v« .... 
Post Dyke. 
PotMceca ... 
PiiMuno ..... 

PiMMI NuuVU 

FiMSitway ... 
KoiMO ....... 

Fo»M!, I.it ... 
Putxuiubroiie 
PtMlut ..... 

Foaton ..... 

Fotclia 
Potlierim 



ry 

Fou 
Fouuh 



44 OS 

10 ON 

5 9N 

.,..,..53 I4n 

42 I5N 

..44 35N 

...U 35N 

^Mi 13N 

..50 23N 

...49 4N 

..43 42N 

..30 In 

,...r>2 58N 

wt3 VI(N 

.......52 :ii'N 

.40 5JN 
Mi 4N 
.,.^11 I3n 
,.38 53N 
..211 On 
.•-'» 20N 
.57 24N 
.40 40N 
.4H 20N 
-47 51 N 

^m 37N 

..38 .'>UN 



FuuanguUtaU . 
Fou-clioo ..... 

Fou-chun .w... 
Fuudland Ililli 
Pougvralt, La . 
Fouguren 
Poiigerollf* 
Pougei 
Foiiget G. ......... 

Foul Buy 

(Bed 8ea) 

Foul Itle ( Bay 

of Bengal).... 
Foul Point 

(MBdaj;aKar)....l8 Ob 

Foula.or Foul Itie 60 9n 
Poulden.........,.J>5 48N 

Fouldon w.. ....... J3 35N 

FouUt ........56 23N 

Fouliw 56 29N 

Koulletourte.......47 SON 

Fouluiin .........J2 5N 

PoulllCM I..,. 51 .'OiN 



I7(! low 
8 45k 
1 Mix 

37w 
14 2»K 

7 5JM 
l.'t I3K 

3 34W 

4 40B 

1 18W 
12 47B 
31 13B 

44W 
18 496 

26W 
10 I3R 

lOU 12K 

.'10 31 B 

21 3lB 

llti l.')B 

105 OB 

2 40W 

1 «w 

1 12W 

2(lB 

26 Sim 

.1(1 J.iE 



41 
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31 
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.23 I'ON ST) 25B 43 
.18 ON 04 6K 40 



Foultium ........J>2 49N 

Pouliliiel .......J5 Utt 

Fdulttnip .......>»56 4N 

Foulwiud Cape..~UI 46a 

Pouly ........ ..46 9n 

Pouliie . ......57 37n 

Pouin Dibe .. .Jl VOn 

Fouin Err.iyeli..,.,;tl 17" 
Four Cfuwn* 
(I»let)............27 308 

Fuunuuinne .^....61 I4n 

Fouma .-19 4n 

Pou-«lian-io ........36 IOn 

Fou-tclieou — .. . 27 48N 
Fou-tctivou ...... 2 6 3N 

Fouveaui 8trait..46 308 

Fouz. Lb — .43 55N 

Foveiuu Btr. ,46 40b 

Foveran... .57 ISn 

Fowey ...........50 20n 

PowlerPt S3 48 

Fowler'f Bay .....32 5s 

~ " - Jl 32N 

.57 aON 

.M 4lN 



Fowley Gr.. 
Powlii. Cattle. 
Fowrv. 



Fox Channel...,...Ui6 30N 

Pox River 41 18n 

Fox Hiver GreBt...49 ON 

Foxardo 8 50n 

Foxcott... .» ~ — 52 IN 
Foxfuiti 53 59N 



Foxliole*. 
Foxne..... 
Foxt< 
Foyer*. 



JM ION 
,.52 22N 



Poyle Luugli . 
Foyle, River 
Foynea, Ide . 



J>i 37N 
..57 13N 

55 6N 

— 55 SM 



54 
9 



.2 37N 
Foy.Ht. le Grande 44 50N 

Fox 43 34N 

Fraadge 55 28n 

PrBber*iieiui...,..>.ryt8 I n 
Fraga ■*' 34N 

Fraglieul ,...43 55n 

Fntli'alile 52 4n 

Fraiwill S8 33N 

Fraitur« 50 I5N 

Franieries .» 5 24n 

Fnunerkbacli .,...50 5n 
Framlingliain ......53 14n 

Fntinptop , 5 1 45N 

Frampton .." W 45n 

Fnuictt 20 828 

Franca, L» 43 22n 

Franca, V 2 308 

Franca, Va. .......43 3n 

Franca, Va. 40 48n 

Franfaii Biver....45 58n 
Fr8nGBvellB~>~~40 On 

France 45 6n 

i France ■.■.47 UN 

t France, Itle afwig ION 
t P'nuiclie Ooiupie 47 ION 



49 30B 
2 13vr 

2 6w 
37B 

3 42W 
3 5W 
5B 
5B 

52B 

1 OB 

2 40W 
9 32B 

171 2JB 41,57 
7 2B 17 

3 29wr 9 
32 7K 43 
32 12B 43 



43 

10 

10 

8 

10 

10 

15 

8 

8 

8 

10 

85 



143 30wr 

21 44IB 

31 55K 
120 34K 
116 12b 
119 52B 
168 Oa 
4 32B 
167 40B 

2 4W 
4. WW 

132 2itB 

132 32B 41,50 

1 25W 8 

4 2:iW 

7 12W 

80 OW 45-1 
88 4ilW 47 

64 40 W 

65 50W 
67W 
9 3W 

20w 

1 12B 
1 25W 
4 29W 
7 6W 
7 15W 
9 tiw 
12B 

7 22W 
10 2»B 
12 21 B 

lUB 
23 2B 

6 34W 

4 34W 

5 44B 

3 SOB 
9 30B 

1 IVB 

2 23W 
2 31W 

48 5SW 

4 32W 
54 47W 

2 low 

1 13W 

81 6W 
16 13B 
23 6B 

2 OB 15, 16 

8 25B 14 

6 OB 14 



I 

27 
34 
55 
40 
40 
41 
16 
67 
9 
8 
66 



9 
12 



46 

53 

8 

13 

7 

8 

7 

9 

12 

13 

13 

16 

30 

25 

23 

29 

33 

13 

9 

19 

19 

33 

8 

8 

8 

54 

30 

54 

29 

89 

46 

38 

33 



imniuiii 
TraMio, l-;t 
F'rattor. 
Pnuienburg „ 
Fruueiifeld ..^ 
Pruyle Muurtu 
Praylei 
Fray lee.... 
Fruiclli U. 
Frecliai It 
Piechel, Capo 
Prcchilla ^ 
Freckenlnuii 
Fredeburg.... 
Predunkborg 
Predericia.... 



...44 i;v 

.....41 27 N 
4.'t IH.V 

56 ;iHN 

..47 .TIN 
...•12 3i8 
..17 13N 

17 3aN 

:15 40N 

14 OH 

lU 4lN 

4i ON 

..53 SON 

..51 12N 

,.5.1 5HN 

.15 »IN 



ProdericU, Fori ...33 568 
Prodcrivk Henry 

B. 42 Sfm 

Fredrick Ho. 49 ON 

Frederick IIoU80..48 SSN 
Frederickaberg .....55 41 n 
t Predurickaborg..55 56n 
Prcdcrickshorg ..JiS 5<iN 
Pri'derick»burgli...38 19N 
Frcderickiburgh 

(Uouth Africa) .33 J98 
Prederickidttl .....At 55n 
Predcriok»dorp .... 5 25n 
Prederlluliaab ..~()8 ON 
Prederickahald .~59 8n 
Predericktliuiiin.,.00 ,'i3N 
Frederickthorat «.JS4 27n 
Frederickiladt 

( Denmark )....Ji4 24N 
Frekerickstown 

CMiMOuri) .......17 31 N 

Frederickiund...,..55 SON 
Fredericton (Now 

Brunswick) 45 56n 

Fredericktown.....:^ 25n 

Prederickigruve .,..62 4n 
Prederick«tadt...l7 43n 
Fredrlksveorn...Jk9 IOn 
Fredonia .........J7 12n 

Predonia .........42 30N 



Freehill lale. 
Freehold .sM,., 
Freumaiitle . 
Freeport ..,.. 
F^reeport 
FVeetle Mt. 
Freetown 



.JS3 40N 

wlO 12N 

..32 48 

..53 15N 

40 40N 

588 

8 45N 

Free Will Isles — 1 ION 
Freight, Htraiu of 35 5un 

Frelsing......... 48 24N 

Freistou . 52 59N 

Preixai ....,.....,.Jg) 57n 

F'reixo 40 33n 

Frelenal .38 IOn 

Frejus. . 43 Ms 

Fremantle . .. . .....32 08 

French Isle .... — 4 408 

French I. ........38 208 

French V 45 53n 

Frenchman's B 44 25N 

Frencbpark ...53 52N 

Frendali....... 35 17N 

Frene ......... .47 37n 

Prenna ............46 ION 

Prensliam ............. 5 1 9n 

< Frentani 42 6n 

Fr«;ren ..... . 52 28N 



Pkuaco, Hiver 
Fresllford.. 
F'resiiwater . 
Fresiiwater B, 
Fresh Water 
Presneda... 
Fresnerelles 
PretdUlo 
Preston . 
Freswick . 



7 428 

<2 43N 

...50 42N 

1 38N 

2N 

.....40 S5N 

w44 59N 

.23 18N 

, ,j,,-M 35N 



Freswlck........~.'i8 34n 

Freteval *'' S3n 

Fretum Oadi^a 
nu 

Freuohy 

Freuchy. Lake ....66 31n 

Freudenburg ......Uil 33n 

Fieudenstadt ......48 27n 

Frevenstein........ J> 3 17n 

Prevent 60 15n 

Fruvenwttid ......53 SIN 

F'reville ..........49 17" 

Prey, lft.......~..45 IN 

Freyberg ..... 5 54n 

F'reyberg......~~..48 46N 

F'reyburg...... 47 69N 

Frey Durg.......' 53 SON 

Freycenet C. .^...34 ss 
PreycineU Penin. 48 128 

Freystadt.... ....AS 38n 

Freystadt ........ . 48 SON 

Freystadt .,..,.....^19 On 



III .'Mk 

1 2I)W 
12 22k 
22 JUk 

01 5IIW 
0.1 SOW 

71 aiw 
m 28B 
60 sow 

2 l!)W 
4 49W 
2!ia 
8 19B 

12 23a 

945a 

35 39a 

147 40B 
8i 45w 
81 3.'iw 
12 2UB 
12 13k 
12 17k 
77 ■' (iw 



i9 
31 
27 

17 
53 
52 
50 
36 
52 
15 
30 
8 
81 
2ft 
U 
44 1 

57 
45-1 
46 
25 
25 
25 
47 

a* |3r 44-1 

11 3b 25 

55 OW 54 

50 OW 4.^1 

11 '.'lu 26 

27 I3K 27 
10 4B 25 

9 »B 35 



go I5w 
12 3W 

60 43W 

77 49W 
10 28B 
64 SOW 

10 IB 
86 23W 
79 liW 

9 S4W 

74 5w 

115 4.'iB 

9 BW 

79 5«tw 

14J ISk 

12 SOW 
131 20K 

14 17K 

11 46r 
3K 

7 '-UW 
6 i>\IW 
6 3UW 

6 4SK 
IKi Ok 
149 ISB 
145 2()B 

«7 OW 
68 low 

8 2^W 
llB 
4 26K 
8 2lK 

4i>W 

14 40b 

7 3lB 
S3 27W 

7 22W 

1 31 w 
4 5IW 

31 4UB 

13 

7 6B 
lUI 5SW 

1 3IB 
3 3w 
3 8W 
1 I2B 

S.T0W 
3 llw 
3 S2W 

6 33B 

8 ;^!5B 

12 I7B 

3 19B 

15 20B 

4 SOB 

5 46r 

13 19B 

13 3t)B 

7 52B 

9 17B 
114 S8B 
148 25B 

19 13a 

14 31a 
11 13B 



48 
25 

46 

47 

26 

60 

26 

47 

47 

12 

47 

67 

13 

47 

SO 

42 

35 

32 

32 
7 

30 

30 

30 

16 

41 

41 

56 

46 

46 

12 

44 

15 

31 
8 

59 

21 

54 

13 
8 
8 

4) 

29 

31 

49 
8 
9 
9 

IS 

58 
10 
10 
32 
22 
24 
IS 
84 
IS 
16 
21 
22 
22 
81 
67 
67 
84 
83 
22 



Froaitionij ........4 1 4j 

1 ro«»ingHcld......Ji2 21 

Froat._..........4.'> 24 

Frotta .......^ 13 34 

FroxHeld .........51 2 

Proxtield ^...........Sl 24 

Kriiyen hie .........63 4(1 

Froyle ........ — 5I II 

Frozen 8tmits.,....4)5 4ti 

Frui'liun Cas. ......56 2S 

Frudliomnie 
Fruerm.rck 
Fruges ...,. 
Fruln Glen 
Frtunfleet 
Frutigen .„ 
Fryenwalde ... 
F'ryern Burnet 
Fryksande.. 




Frystrup .w_ 
Ftelo VrUi 
Puceccbio. 
Fudiu 

Fuegos, Isle . 
Fucliin ... 
Pucinus L. 
Fuemblllido.. 
Fuencitllente.„ 

Fuenlabruda.. . 

Fuenle dul Prcauo 39 11; 
Fuente, Vu. Na. 

de Ib_,........J(I 5( 

Fuente Puluiora...37 37 
Fuente 

del Maettre >. 

FuentcisHuca . li 

Fuentelapena ....41 l!i 

Fuentenulanos....40 5!l 

FueDtepelayo......~4i ih 

Fuenterabia ..^..43 21 
Fuenterable...,M...40 44 
Fuentet.............39 65 

Fuentes .............41 2 

Fuenies de lu 

Cumpana ^.....,..37 2} 
Pucniea 

(Saragossa) 
Fueutesuuci 
Fuentiduena 
Fuerte ...... 

Puerte, lale . 

Fuerte, Hiver .._26 3'i 

Puerte, V. del ......26 5^ 

Fugeer Muhomeds 

if ort ........ 

Pugeloe, lalu 
Pugelsang... 



.,...4134 
1 4^ 
,40 U 
.,.33 4C 
9 2{ 



Fuglede . 

Fun-choo 

Puhfleld 

Puhrberg 

Fuliu 

Fuimicino 

Fuir, Loch 

t Fu-kian . 

Pulaki 

F'ulbeck... 

Fuiboum 

F'ulbrook 

Fulda 



.26 K 
.70 1( 
-56 2- 
.W -M 
U 
31 

.41 41 
->7 4; 
-26 i 

-;i3 : 
.53 ; 

J12 11 



»»^ * <i»/i«>»^*»i»i#*»' 



51 5» 

SO 31 



Fulda, River 51 a 

Fuld e a k 47 i 

Fuldera 40 3 

Fulford 52 .5( 

Fulford .......53 S 

Fulguritu Villa 33 41 

Pullerlon .........55 3: 

Fullerton — ......52 2 

Fullonica .. . ......42 5! 

Fulnier .......,.,51 3 

Fulochaio .^......67 8; 

F'ulsoms ...« ' >3 ( 



3 



F'ulstou «... .53 8 

1* UltA ........ . ......... . * I 

FuDiuy 
Fumetitby . 
F'unclmll 



Funchall, Bay of. 

£;e« Madeira 31 3 

Funda ...,...'..,». 8 2 

Fundah .. 8 2 

Fu>.denball ......52 3 

F'undeni.....~...44 1 

Funder ... 5 6 

Fund>, Bay of....45 

F'unen, Isle ,......,65 1 

Funfkiri'hen .....46 

Fung-taiang ......34 3 

Furdluuietj ...,.~ 2 6 5 

Furca ...40 1 

Furdia ...... ....*..>.4S 4 

Fureedkot..........30 

Fureedkote .........30 3 

Furfeld ............49 1 

Furiauda ........18 I 



rrosinoim ^ 41 ^-^ 

l-ruMiingHcId \i 21 ly 

Frtmt.^ -.—.45 li4.N 

Frotta ^...^ 13 34H 

rroxtield -rr,,,-s,jj..b\ 2N 

FroxHeld ,6) a4M 

l-M>on l»le ~..B3 40n 

Froyle ^si I In 

t rozen 8imit«„„.u;s ^m 
Frucimn Ca*. .....M 2flN 



Fnidliuinnie. 
Fruertn. rck 
Fruges ... 
Fruin Glen 
Frumfleet^ 
Fnitigen ^ 
Fryenwalde „ 
Fryem Uuniet 
Frykiond 

Fryrtrup 

Ft«loVrigl ^ 
Fucecchto 

FudI 

I'liegoi, Itlu 
Fucfiin ^ 
FuciniuL. _. 
Fuembillidu^. 
Fuencitliente 



I UN 
.<~A1 Mn 

AO 3<)N 

^ao SN 

.-^3 37N 

^hi 47n 

M 37n 

ON 

......wA'i fi6N 

iVi 3n 

.43 44N 

•.~£7 4n 

.^ U li2N 

.37 27n 

■...^i UN 

42 ftjN 

.38 iJUN 



Fuenlabru(la~^^,,.3U .Vis 
Fiiente dt-l FrcMio 39 IDn 
Fuente, Vu. Nu. 

dt) \Vi~^...^.^,^\\ SON 
Fuunte Puluiora..^? 37N 
Fuunte 

del Maeitre , v 

Fuentviaauca . i^n 

Fuentelapena ~~.^1 IUn 
Fuent«nulanoa,„^40 &!)n 
Fueotepelayo....«.4l Ihn 

Fuenterabia ^,,^43 21 n 
Fuenterable...i..«i,.~.4U 44n 
Fuentet^.^......,.,,^ S5N 

Fuente« ...~,....^...4I 3n 

Fuentesde la 

Cainpana ,.^,,.,^31] S7n 
Fucntei 

(SaragoHa) ....^X 34n 
Fueiit«sauco<»>~~~41 43n 
Fuetitiduena .„,.JM I2n 
Fuerte ^^.,...^...^3 408 
Fiierte, Isle ^.„^ 9 25n 
Fuerte, River ....^6 32n 
Fuerte, V. del .„.M ibs 
Fuueer Muliomeds 

Fort 

Fugeloe, lulu ^ 
Fugeltang^^.^ 



Fuglede „ 
Fun-choo 
Fuhfleld 
Fulirberg 
Fuliu ^^ 
Fulmiciiio 
Fuir, Loch 
t l-u-kian 
Pulaki ^ 
Fulbeck^,.^.^.,. 
Ful bourn ...^.^^ 
Fulbrook 
Fulda 



.20 I2N 
.70 l«N 
..06 ■24N 
M 3(>N 
UN 
31 N 

34N 

JtiN 

~41 46n 
~.^7 47N 
^•Ho ON 

;J3 .*iN 

.53 3N 
S>2 IIN 



ai SON 

.50 33N 



Fulda, River .,^b\ 38n 

Fuldeak 47 fiN 

Fuldera ^.<^.^».»..>4(i 37n 
Fulford M 5<iN 



Fulford .M.^~.~~~S3 Mn 
Fulgurite Villa 33 40n 




.JA 32N 

i2 25N 

^2 &7N 

51 34N 

7 23N 

8N 



Fullerlon 

Fullvrton 

Fulloiiica 

Fulnier 

Fulucliaio 

Fuliuuu 

FuUtou 

Fulta 

Fumay 

Funietsby 

Funclutll 

Fiincliall, Bay of. 

See Madeira 31 37n 

Funda .^..^..,^ 8 ^UN 
Fundah^.>,..~~^ 8 2.-N 
FuLdenliall ..~.~.^2 33n 

Fundeni 44 12n 

Funder ..<a^<»****»»w«»56 Dn 
Fund>, Ray of,.»~46 On 
Funen, I«le <»~~«~5a 17" 

FunfkirL'hen 46 6n 

Fung-Uiang ,.,,...^,JM 30N 

Furdliaiied 26 52N 

Furca 40 18N 

Furdia 45 45n 

Fureedkot....~.~~~30 In 
Fureedkote ..~.~~.30 31In 

Furfeld 4» 13N 

Furianda ..<«..«..... 18 IbN 



13 ^(IK 

I l!m 

72 30tv 
47 «w 

I Ow 

I 34\V 

8 401 

fl4w 
84 30w 4:. I 

4 SiW 10 
9.1 33W 
ii J2K 
a HK 
4 42W 

1 4W 
7 3!)K 

13 S8K 

WW 
19 Ma 

9 2i)H 
21 7« 
iO 48K 

7 aaw 

123 iAB 

1 SOW 
13 35B 

3 Mtw 

4 3\v 
4 57 vv 
3 47w 



31 
8 

4U 

34 
8 
8 

26 
8 



4U 
25 
IS 
10 

7 
17 
24 

8 
26 
26 
34 
31 
10 
40 

9 
59 

.-to 

30 
»0 
30 



3 50tr 
6 3W 

6 23W 
6 37w 
5 2Hvir 

4 I9w 

4 8vr 

1 48VV 

5 43W 

2 l\v 

6 7W 



.•I8W 

2 iicw 

3 UW 
64 mw 

76 llw 
109 &5tv 
1(18 15\t' 

64 tiilK 
icO 40R 

10 b.iK 

11 I4K 
119 20K 

1 54W 
9 SlK 

26 aHK 

12 l.'iR 
5 lUw 

118 OB 

73 4B 
3Utv 

141t 

1 36W 
9 44B 
9 39B 

19 29b 
10 20B 

2 4W 
1 iw 

10 20B 

4 38W 
6w 

10 50B 
34\V 

3 55W 
89 16W 

iw 
88 15K 

4 4IB 

77 Mw 
16 6a\v 

16 51 w 

9 lOK 

7 60b 

1 lOE 

26 38B 
9 25B 
66 Ovir 
10 16B 
18 16B 
107 17" 
83 20B 

20 41 B 
22 18B 

74 48B 

74 48B 
9 IB 

75 25B 



29 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
29 
30 
29 
30 



5 2UW 30 



29 
2!l 
30 
63 
62 
49 
49 

33 
26 
26 
25 
65 

9 
21 
27 
31 

9 
66 
39 

7 

8 

8 
23 
21 
23 
17 

7 

7 
69 
10 

7 
31 

8 

9 
4U 

7 
(39) 
16 
47 
42 

42 
42 
42 
8 
33 
25 
46 
26 
S3 
S5 
39 
33 
33 
39 

ao 

22 
3>i 



..MiM...|.1 U.^ 



(•ubla ._a7 I3N 

Uubii. See Unv*. uf 
Roine.^.^.^...... 

Oabu do Uirao . ~31 38N 
Gaboon, River .._ 20n 
Gubovich ..............43 5*IN 

Gabriel Mount ...61 32N 
Gubrileus ............. II 64N 

• Oabrln.~..~......^3 hn 

Gabrovo Mt. .....^.ao UN 

Gucu ... ...48 46N 

GucUun Nor..,......35 27n 



1/ l.'K 

3 Mw 



GhUuiuIh 
Guiluni..,.. 
Gudebuacli 
Gaclelui.U . 
Gudet .M,. 
Gadnien .... 

Gaduw .......... 

Gaeta ^^.^^ 
Gaeht, Gulf of. 
Gaetara 
Gafor 
Gage Roaili 



Gage Town ^New 



^^I'M 43N 

32 41 N 

^.63 4UN 

....64 4N 

.16 45N 

46 44N 

63 9N 

>-41 I3N 

~.41 13N 

40 lUN 

4 45N 

....32 OB 



tfruHRwick) 
GageH MM«».. 
Guggiuiio M~. 
GughiUk 
Gujiliano 
Giigliiinu 
Gugiu 

Gallon ..~... 

Guliyba, LuUe. 
Gaiaii ...... 

Gaidroiiiai 
Guiduri 

Oaih 

Guildurf .... 

Gailluc 

Giiillon 
Guinea G. ... 

Guinford ........ 

Gainsborough 

(lainsville 

Gair Loch. 

Galrden R. 

Gairdner Rangu ...3)1 lUs 

Gaimey Rr. ........JS6 IOn 



45 48N 

..43 17n 

..46 23N 

..41 53N 

..42 8N 

^H) 61 N 

43 ION 

.~. 7 138 

...17 4418 

) 50N 

37 3tiN 

19 4n 

^.26 20n 

..^49 IN 

...43 66N 

— 49 ION 

31 3»N 

—64 32N 

.~63 24N 

17W 

67 44N 

57 46N 




Gairia 

Gairy 

Gaialiofen 

Gainhom 

Gaisii 

G^Ji 

O^in 

Grio 

GaKouisk 

Gala Water 

Galabell 

Galafera 

Galan More 

Galapa .......... 

Galapiigos isles 
Galasliielb 
Galata 
Galata. &'«tlie 

Bo8phoruii~.~..M 
i Galatia .~....~.~.40 On 

Galatz .~.. 45 22n 

Galaxidi 3J 22N 

..^2 23N 

.64 66N 

64 17N 



B9 ON 

.67 36N 
48 36N 

47 25N 

48 54N 
16 46N 

.w28 20N 

~:i9 llN 

.61 30N 

.66 36N 

1 23N 

— 41 22N 

...^66 5'Jn 

18 68a 



2lN 



Galbally ~ 

Galdenuch 

Gale 

Gale Ilauike'8 

Land. 
Galea! a 
Galega Island 
Galena 
Gaieoas 



75 30m 

...44 2N 

...10 308 

2 2lN 

10 l:iN 
9 :iOs 
5tiN 

10 49N 
.~»~39 38 

13 5:.s 



Guleuta Point 
Galera Isle . 
Galera Point 
Galera Point 
Galera Point 

Oaleru R 

Gali-riu. See Envg. 

o( Ruuie....~..».. 

Galeria Point .....^42 27n 

Galera de Znniba 10 47N 
Gultso River.........40 29N 

(>algo ..^.1.. ...........47 18N 

Galgomi ... . .~.~...J»4 52N 

GalKUla.....~~..~..32 l/N 

Oalhauu'r .....^...^...62 47N 

Gallian River ......-^-i TiB 

Galibon, or KulU' 

Don, Pt. .......... 

i Galiclaand 

Lodomir 
± Galilee, Lower ..32 &0n 
% Galilee, Upper ..33 ION 
Galilee, Sea ot......32 60N 

Gulma Pi. ...^.....18 25N 



17 Ow 

9 3<IB 
19 4UB 

9 31w 
SO 40B 
&j 46b 
21 20B 

18b 
8C 30B 

35 57 b 

10 22B 

36 4JB 

11 14B 
10 IB 

6 30W 

8 21B 

12 32B 

13 34B 
13 4UB 
49 6<IB 
73 3lk 

115 3UB 

66 13\v 
6 4:^K 

9 3IC 
43 4UB 
13 44B 

18 23B 
39 47b 

114 2UB 
58 Ow 
34 20K 

23 67b 

24 2B 
60 16K 

9 4..B 

1 6lB 
1 2UB 

85 b\V 

1 44tv 
48W 

83 45\v 

5 42W 
3 16\V 

115 20K 
3 23\V 
3 OW 

6 33W 
13 I4U 
10 17k 
29 T^K 
76 46B 
Ui 3^B 
80 12B 
36 22B 

2 49W 
45 20B 

7 36w 
6 2UW 

69 I8W 
91 OW 
2 60W 
21 36B 



33 10b 

28 3B 

23 22B 

8 14W 

5 lOW 

3 12W 



.1:1 
30 

31 
42 
42 
33 
13 
69 
36 
34 
16 
39 
37 
44 
37 
•il 
25 
68 
17 
24 
31 
31 
59 
39 
67 

46 
16 
31 
:^U 
31 
32 
28 
40 
64 
43 
34 
34 
38 
22 
16 
16 
48 
7 
7 
48 
9 
9 
67 
10 
9 
9 
22 
23 
28 
39 
38 
34 
27 
10 
28 
30 
10 
63 
1 

10 
34 

33 
69 
33 
34 
13 
10 
7 



25 Ow 45 



II 66b 
56 Ob 

90 23w 47 

40 3()W 54 

61 low 62 

101 6B 41 

80 6W 52 

6<) 3w 52 

73 4lw 63 

60 OW 62 



8 3»B 
75 24W 
17 16b 
23 37b 

6 20W 
36 OB 
14 16B 
57 iOW 



19 SON 



31 
1 



31 
31 
52 
32 
23 
12 
37 
26 
63 



!S 12N 34 36B 43 



89 40b 
35 20b 
35 20B 
35 34B 
7»! 64W 



83 
37 
37 
37 

60 



I ■ anii'.'.c; I ug 1 1... ~...,;.,") m h 

Ganiunal 40 in 

Gtunrie ...............67 40N 

Gauiacotteu .........lii 4IN 

Gauitooi River ...34 38 

Gainy .....Q .-.jn 

Ganicelevo — ~....,'..'> 3i)n 
iion.„^..,^^^,„^4:i |;{N 
Gananeh ...........M..., J in 

Gandara ....... lu ]-2b 

Gandeli, Well of iU .UN 
Ganderalicini ......61 ajn 

Gandliiird ......Ml 4ON 

OniKliii ti .-.yN 

Gandiuo .~.~.~....4.i 4.'iN 

Gando m 4.8 

OandolfoCiictlo. Sec 
Enva. of Ronuw. 
Oaugauiela ..........36 I6N 

OaDganioor...........-.'U 3:>n 

Gangdok ~.........„27 2;^n 

Ganges ~-,43 5tJN 

Gaiigui II. ... — ...^6 ION 

Giii;gu!i R...... — ^-^-i J5N 

Gangetiuu8Sinus...l3 ON 
Oangotri .............31 l>N 

Gangpoor ......23 7n 

Gangra ^^,„^^^H> 'MN 
Gangatvd ~..~......&6 5(iN 

Gangud, Cupc~~..59 6()n 
GanjHni...............l9 2Un 

Gannarial:xtrenia21 ON 
Oannat .^............40 7n 

Gannet 1, ............37 668 

Gan-ning ............24 69n 

Ganog..................40 45N 

Gansbrune 47 I6N 

Ganspach ....^.....48 39n 

Gantlieaume Ray yJ 4) 8 
Oantheaume €....36 6s 

Gantino ................68 42n 

Oantou ...............64 I2N 

Oaolasera ~.^~~....3!i 2on 



U&p ^»»»*#<w^»»i#>»»#o»<^< 4 4 34N 



Oara 

Gara, Lough 
Qarabe Jcbul 
Garadice, Lake 
Garallun 
Oarapa 
Garape, River 
Oararea .. 
Oaravalla 
Garasa ^. 



46 IN 

63 dliN 

27 32N 

.~64 -.^N 

W.65 20N 

I'J 28 

. 5 20a 

24N 

..39 54N 

36 29N 



Garballagh ..........53 39N 

Oarbanup L. .......iO 548 

Garbel .............. ,'>3 59n 

t Garbieh >...., 31 ON 

Garbo, CI. ........4J6 2n 

Garcliina ...........48 16n 

Qarcias ................39 16n 

Oarcrogo ~~~.~...Ji5 5n 
t Gard, Depart 
ment of 



43 56N 
46 38N 

(>4 46N 
32 60N 
62 30N 



Garda, Lake of 
Garde 
Gitrdeia 
Giirdelegen .... 

Garden! 

Garden, Lake ....w.'>4 3UN 

Gardenstuwn ^....67 41 n 

Gardiki ^..............^ 57N 

Gardinen.......,..>,..53 24n 

Garding................54 23n 

Gardner's Isle ^....26 3ttN 

Gardow ...........^....31 37N 

Gardos .....^.........46 31 n 

Gardow ...........^...^il 40N 

Gare, Loch .........66 3n 

Gare Loch Cottage 56 2N 
Gareep Ky, or 

Yellow River 
Garcei) Ky, or 

Vaal Ulver. 
Oareep, or 

Orange River ...28 40^ 
Gareep, Stn w.~..-^U 448 
Oareepine >Vall8...:!b 8js 
Gareudun ............30 18n 

Garets ........,^....34 4<IN 

Garforth .....^..^..53 47n 

Gargal'ino .........^{7 ^n 

Oargano .....^.....46 43n 

Gargano, Mounts. 41 49n 
Garguno, Proni..~41 ftb^ 
Garganuin Pr......~41 &6n 

Gargoles ~... 40 4IN 

Gargrave .........^53 &9N 

Gargunnock ..^....56 8n 

Oargur CI. .^.....^36 64w 

Garioch 
Garion Br, 
Gariscui . 
Garlvand 
Garl. 
Garland 



3 t)»V 

4 :.rw 

2 iiW 
7ll 46k 

-/r* I (IB 

5 22W 
2(1 3llR 

U 26w 

41 4:>K 

42 .VJW 
31 44B 

9 67H 

66 2UK 

l::W 

9 49B 

l(> 4I>B 



10 

■Ml 

9 

;« 
44 

9 

27 

16 
*i 
64 
33 
31 
68 
39 
31 
42 



31 
50 
30 
3!) 
16 
60 
39 
68 
39 
39 
69 
25 
27 
39 
68 
16 
67 
55 



43 22b 
89 3&a 
88 40b 
3 4:iK 
87 OB 

w 4;tB 

8!» OB 
78 {yK 
HI 40b 

33 4UB 
10 iB 
22 62B 
115 lOB 
17 Ow 

3 llB 
174 4UB 

102 a'.B 

27 20b 33,59 

7 ii8B 17 
U 23b 

114 K/K 

137 aoB 

Vtl 30b 

28W 

34 36b 

6 6b 
19 3b 

8 24W 
32 36R 

7 41w 

4 19w 
47 5W 
71 42W 

8 low 

1 24W 
47 5b 

6 98w 
116 36B 

10 29b 
31 8b 
14 8b 

11 39B 
6 2.1W 
3 66W 



28 
41 
56 
27 
7 
50 
16 
3t 
13 
43 
13 
10 
54 
58 
13 
39 
59 
13 
67 
3ft 
43 
38 
88 
39 
10 



4 4B 

10 42b 
36 30w 

1 57b 

11 27b 
115 36b 

17 5b 

2 21w 
22 60B 
20 UB 

3 66B 
167 50«V 

80 26b 
17 18b 
69 29B 

4 48w 
4 47w 



16 
31 

46 
44 
24 
67 
34 

9 
34 
24 
35 

1 
39 
23 

:i8 

10 

10 



OS 24 38B 44. 1 
18 153 26 6B 44.] 



.67 18M 
......... 65 46N 



.-.41 62N 
.18 6N 
.52 57 N 
.47 OK 



16 26B 
i.'3 2.)B 
19 3t)E 
81 lOB 
75 OB 
1 24W 

21 40B 
10 40B 

15 48b 

16 UB 
16 llB 

8 3(iw 
8 7W 
4 4W 
I4 27B 
8 SOW 
3 56W 

22 2&B 
6 2UW 
8 4B 

60 »ir 



44-1 
44 I 
44 
39 
39 
7 
34 
31 
31 
31 
69 
29 

1^ 
32 

9 
10 
69 


81 
47 



20 



INDEX TO BLACI 




t 



Garlies Castle 

Oarlieston. 

Garlaton 

Oarinond 

Oarmouth. 



^0^mi^»^*i0i0>^i*m 



,64 59N 
4 47n 
58 27" 
57 34N 
57 40N 
M 47N 
'5 »S 



Oarnock W. . 
Qamet Bav > 
Oamigel Hatha wt6 44N 
Giimin ^...,.^...J8 16N 
Gariipee,<,,.,..»..^,.'>:t .Ti* 
Guromim, Igle^^A3 \Gs 
t Garonne, Upper, 

De|Hirtment uf«>43 lis 
Oarogin ,.,..,,.,^,^5 8n 
Garpcll ^...>,.^^...5& 31 N 
Garraban ~„..,,..>^ 16n 
Oarrah ,.>,^.....»<».24 50N 
Garrangura Mt. „^36 8s 
Garrary^^».,.»..S5 4n 
Oarrasaale L. ....^..JSS 4IN 
GarrcKonnen I. ,^2 IN 
Garret >»»#<«»»##» « »» « 55 13n 
Oarreadale ..«~.«Ji7 7" 
Garris, Ft. ^..,...,^0 6n 
Garrigon,.,.^...»~.J>4 2SN 
Garrison, U. S. ^11 35n 
Garrigtown«>~^«..<53 34N 
Garrkirk ^^,,^,.Jt5 Mn 

Garnjdi >~65 7n 

Garroch Hd. „^.,,M 43n 
Garron, Point .~~JU 3n 
Garrough ..,,.,,^,...^ 17n 

.V> SIN 
.W 55V 
25 40JI 
.72 20N 
66 On 
57 46IC 
,-56 43N 
.-JiS 64N 

54 I8N 

JW 22N 

at 30N 

— 5!> 4N 

— 53 54N 



Garrowmill 
Garrows 
^ Oarrowi 
Garry, Cape- 
Garry, Lake- 
Garry, Locli 
Garry, Kiver 
Garscub 
Garsdale 
Garsliuisen 
Garsis 
Garsness 
Oarstang 
Oarston . 
Gartli 



«*^**^*i»^»>^^»*^ 



Garth Ca. 
Oartti L. ,^ 
Garttibibio . 
Gartlibrcn^'y 
Hartley ^^^ 
tiattinore ^> 
Oartymore ~. 
Garuiniia V\. 
Garviigh 



~C0 27N 

56 39.V 

..^,^7 12N 
.,~«~52 41N 
_~.~Ji2 On 

57 24N 

5'J 9N 

~,~,-/»5 .ION 
54 S6N 



OarvaKh Bridge ~.55 .'IN 
Garvnid ,.,^^„,.^ 55n 
Oarvald >.^.„.,..,.>.55 45N 

Oarvatt 56 4n 

Garvan Isles „,^~5!t 24N 
Garvaiilt ^>.^>.,~^5 34n 
Oarve««.A.^^..^>^>^')7 37n 
Garveinn ,.~.^«..>^7 58n 
Oarvelocli Isles <>„')6 I6N 

Garveston 52 39n 

Garvie I. ,,,^,.,,„^ On 

Garvie L. -~ 57 36n 

Garviubeg >.«~>,^»J7 2n 

Oarvli ^58 36N 

Girvismoro Inn >^7 IN 
Garvock -...^^.^'ie 40n 
Qarway..»^~,^.^I 53N 
(?aryp>^..,..^>„...J>3 ION 
Oarz ^^.,„„^„.53 13N 
Oarzon ^~.^^^ 2 8N 



Oasconde 

t OHscony, 

Uaseuli 

Gask 

Gasko. 

Oaspnr Isle 

Ga.<par. Strait of~ 

GaRparllla Inlet - 

Oaspe Kay .■.^■^^ 

Gaspe, CiidOm^.^^, 

i Gaspe, District 

Gasstini 
Oiutci'i 
Oasterea ^ 
Gasthorpe « 
Gaston ^.n. 
Gastouni ^. 
Oasturi ^M 
Gaswany ^ 
Oata, C. de 
Gatehouse 
Oatenliead 
Gath 



38 I2N 
43 4SN 
M ii2N 
57 30N 
~^3 4N 
. 2 »\a 
8 fiOS 
87 On 
48 43N 
48 44N 



48 IAN 






.,~5«i 36N 

7 «N 

53 SN 

.^ 52 2flN 

~^^~.3.'i 3|N 
^^.^7 61 N 

25 6HN 
^36 42N 
~64 SaN 
-54 57N 
.^31 47n 

IMife 



4 27W' 
4 20W 
629W 

2 21«r 

3 6w 

4 44W 
16 OW 

7 27R 
6 51W 

in 55R 

'J 41W 



10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

10 

43 

17 

9 

24 

13 



1 14K 
18 I5a 

4 I4W 

4 28W 

67 32B 

148 36B 

4 I8W 

5 32W 

6 5W 

3 32W 
6 32nr 

88 OW 

8 6w 
93 aaw 

fi 2.IW 

4 7w 

4 15W 

5 I'W 

5 58W 
4 48W 
4 82W 

3 23W 

4 55W 
91 OB ,_ 
93 SOW 45-1 

100 OW 45-1 
4 15W 10 

3 45W 

4 I9W 

2 22W 

6 44B 

2 48W 

3 3W 
2 48W 

2 52w 

1 15W 

4 2W 
4 26w 

3 2»w 

3 23^V 

2 4J»W 

4 20w 

3 42w 

1 25W 
6 42W 
6 3«W 
8 39W 

3 3W 

6 14W 

7 19W 

5 41W 

4 38W 

6 I8W 
6 46W 
5IIB 

3 23W 

4 37W 
4 23W 
4 61W 

4 31W 

2 26w 

8 48W 

5 67B 
14 16b 
75 36W 
91 84W 

Ob 

36 60B 

2 27W 

18 43B 

107 5B 

107 IOb 

82 33W 

64 18W 

64 I2W 



16 
23 
10 

7 
38 
86 
1» 
10 

8 
10 

9 
45 
12 
48 
12 
10 
10 
10 
12 
10 
10 

9 
10 
39 



10 

10 

7 

18 

44 

9 

7 

7 

10 

10 

9 

8 

8 

9 

10 

9 

68 

12 

12 

10 

10 

10 

12 

10 

9 

9 

10 

8 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

8 

18 

84 

62 

47 

II 

36 

9 

33 

40 

40 

48 

46 

46 



65 3()W 

10 IB 

13 6B 

6 41B 

65B 
86 41W 
21 16H 
19 548 
77 36B 

8 14W 
4 9w 

1 37W 
34 6l>b 



* 



46 
35 
23 
18 

8 
48 
34 
34 
39 
89 
10 

7 
37 




Gcbal «..-~^.„-^4 i.N 
Ocbel el Hesliiir ^.^34 40N 
Gehesfe ,v...,..,..,~.al 6n 

Gebrotsfofeii 47 48N 

Gebsattel^^..^ 49 21 n 

C-eby Isle <^^.,<«. 358 
Gedd L. ...,„^.,.^.^1 24N 
Geddington ...,.^..52 27n 

Gedinne>,«.....<....»4!) 69N 
Oedney ,~.~~>..»..52 48n 
Gedor ..,,„„^,^ „ ^M 3!)n 
Gedr e >..»».^..w»».>«.42 46n 
i Gedrosia 
Geei 

(ieelong 

neeiong Hr. ..,>..38 
Geelvink's Bay ..^ 1 Os 
Geer, Cape ,..:„,,,M 84n 
Reersloot «,~.~,.~ja In 
Geerteen, Iliver^w52 6n 

t Gefle ^.......^..^^I 20N 

Oehette, River ,,^ 3 I4n 
Gehgan-well~^.^28 51n 
Gehren...^....^..,..50 38N 

»,,^50 59n 

48 39N 

48 36N 

^.^ 5N 

w.w52 9N 

■,„,M 58N 



Oeilenkircli 

Geiselwind 

Geiaenfeli 

Geislingen 

Oela 

± Gelderland 

Geldie R 

Geldorp 
Gelermck 
Gellah ^ 
Gellatin ^ 
Gellen ,^ 
Gelligaer 
Gellivnra 
Gelston 



-38 67N 



..~~ 35 42N 

— ^....M 36n 

67 I4N 

At 64N 
* Gelta.>.~..<.,^.....34 15n 
Oemappes^,^>.M~.w50 27n 
Gembloux ^,.^„,.iO 34N 

Gemel, El 28 3n 

Gemert <w~,~,„,^51 34n 
Gemmersdorf „„^i 23n 
Geiiipen.w~..~.~.w47 2ftN 
Gemund ..^».^».50 32n 
Oemiind >. — ^ — 50 4on 
Gemunden <,.><»>^.^) 4n 
Oenabum «i~,.^..«,..47 55n 
Genadenthalw^....34 On 
Genali — ,..^ — 25 21 n 
(ienappe ~».^,>....50 36n 

Genduli 23 30N 

Genemuiden ^,..^52 .'Xl.v 
General's IIut...«.^7 i;)n 
Genesee River-.«^43 KiN 
Geneva ,.,,,,„,^,.AS 6n 
Geneva 

(New York) ,^42 55n 
Geneva 

(Waterford> 62 IIn 

t Geneve .......^.>4fl 14n 

Geneve ~^.>.»~.^46 12n 
Geneve, Lake o{~^ 82n 
Geneveys«.^..>. / ...,«47 3n 
Genevez ,....^.^«,U7 15n 

Oenevre, Mont.~^5 On 



48 24N 

37 39N 

8 358 

16N 

a5 55N 

~J}| 42N 



.38 50N 
44 30n 
44 17N 



Gengenbach. 
Genii, River. 
Genipapo 
Genlis « 
Gennan 
Gennep ~~>^ 
Gennesaretli, 

Lake of 
Genoa 
± Genoa. 

Genoa, Gulf of ,^i ion 
Genoese Tn. See 

the Bosphorus ^ 
Oenolhao >..«.,...... 44 20n 

GenouUlat».>.......46 21 n 

Goneis ~«..w^. 44 3()n 

Gent x.^,.^,.. 51 ,mn 

Genthin ^^^.,...,.>.52 23n 
Gentliln.w..,..,^.^3 28n 
Oentilly 

(Lower Canadtt)46 28n 




Oentod 
Genua 
Genum 
Genusus R. 
Oenzinget .„ 
Geogo Balwy 
Oeographe, 

Bale du,^^^....33 308 
i George ~.«.....«».33 408 
George L. (dry) ,.J5 5s 



46 15N 

^44 2(iN 

3 81 N 

I 6N 

52N 

16 ION 



9 
4 


35 


6*2 
4 



a') :iUK 

39 20k 
10 55k 
9 58k 

10 1.5b 
129 30b 

6 llw 

41W 
108 
54b 

7r 

6r 

Ow 

OB 

57b 

144 83b 

144 30B 

134 238 

9 50W 

6 56b 

» 43W 

17 98 

16 308 

65 18W 

59 228 

11 2R 

6 4r 

10 .12b 

11 328 
9 5lR 

14 IOB 
5 548 
3 32w 
5 348 

34 5lK 

8 158 
06 26w 
16 .37s 

3 15w 
20 42b 

3 54W 
41 118 

3 548 

4 :)9B 
32 598 

5 428 
11 08 

7 3!)B 
7 66b 

9 68 
9 46k 

1 50R 
19 .32R 
30 40K 

• 4 258 
94 438 

6 18 
4 28w 

77 4IW 
6 Ob 



37 
.'16 
81 
82 
22 
41 

9 

8 
22 
19 

8 
37 
16 
58 
19 
50 
56 
41 
44 
18 
13 
26 
26 
52 
38 
22 
81 
22 
22 
22 
59 
18 

9 
IS 
.36 
44 
43 
24 

8 
86 
10 
36 
19 
19 
43 
18 
25 
17 
22 
22 
22 
58 
44-1 
43 
19 
40 
18 

9 
47 
58 



70 55W 47 



7 Ow 
6 2.5B 
6 12R 
6 .^'18 

6 538 

7 88 
6 40B 

8 28 

5 Ilw 30 
44 3tUv 54 

6 128 
37 88 

6 58B 



13 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
31 
22 



16 
36 
18 



35 368 37 

8 55R 31 

8 40B 31 

8 OdB 31 



3 67R 
I 588 

19 88 
6 588 

13 178 

12 I3B 

78 14W 

6 llB 
8 48R 
611 

19 308 

7 578 

13 5()B 



33 
)tt 
16 
59 
18 
21 
84 

46 
17 
69 
18 
09 
38 
42 



115 18B 41,57 

83 40a 44-1 

149 28B 



o*»^i»*^#i*i»i* <»<■ 



Germantow n 

Gerniantuwn 

X Germany 

Germau 

Gemie 

Germerslieiin 

Gennoe 

Gonnundo 

Gem 

Gemia 

Gcrtishfini 

Geroli 

Gerolstein . 

Gerolzhofen 

Gerona 

GeronimOf S. 

Geroor 



36 IftN 

35 23N 

.51 ON 
i4 51N 
58N 
..~49 8N 
J50 7N 




Gerpinnes 

Gerran 

Gerrans 

Gerrli 

Gerrliu 

Gerri 

Gerrid 

Gers, I..il 

t Gers, IK'pir 

ment ul 

Guriiiku 
Gerseh ~ 

Gertriidiii . 

Gertriiiduii(>ui-g 

Gerzen ~,~. 

Geshur ,^,^ 
§ Oesliuriteio 
uesinold ^^ 
Gesso 

Gesso, t'ape 
Oestad 
Gesto 
Geswyl 
§ Getae 
Getchi . 
Geuensee 



25N 

48 23N 
.39 ON 

49 44n 
25 3N 
.50 19N 

49 .55N 

42 2N 
16 4.5S 
18 54>N 

lO 14N 
ION 

.11 .IN 

•Hi 32N 

.-~42 19N 

.')6 42N 

49 25N 



^■0***»'**^r^. 



13 42N 

16 59.V 

41 WXH 

,w28 33N 

^51 4'^N 

.~48 29N 

•X\ 7N 

.X'J ION 

Wi I2N 

12 3N 

40 .litN 

..-.46 29N 

.^57 J^N 

— 46 M^ 

45 31 IN 

27 20N 

v»7 IIN 



Geumeli Kieui — 39 In 




Geussen 

Govals. 
Gewk 

Ge.y 

Gvi^sten-n 

Gezaiali . 

Gfzu, Kl 

Oezza, Gl 

(iefctU 

Ghodiatcli 

Qhanekli, ICI 

Gliar 

Gliara U. ..,..,..,.. 

Gharendol 



,49 5(»N 
.VS 35N 
'20 37N 
6 ION 
50 43N 

52 9N 

JO I2N 

26 2«{N 

,27 2N 
60 25N 
:A) 26N 
■i.\ 21 N 
-32 33N 
.2!» 7N 
30 3.'N 



Gliarendtil, 

Wcllof~~~ 29 26n 

Gharendul, Wiuiy Jld 68N 
Ghargala, or 

Wergahi ......^J3 ON 

Ghariun Mounts. ..32 15n 
Ghatunipour.~.~....26 6n 

Gliavrilovkn~...,...53 On 
Gliayn, or Kuyn...33 2AN 
Gliaseepour.>~.....,2a 32n 

Gheack — ...^^...JJH 5UN 

Gheiian K. .~39 7n 

Ghelenchik Bay .,^4 22N 



% Gli*>nncli 

Ohenneh 

Glicnpoali, 

Ghent 

Ghenvartsov 

Gherando 

Ghereysli, el 

Gherlltza 

Ohesan Rat 

Gheve 

Ghialtni ^. 

Ghiaroung R. 

Gbietsok L. 

Gliigliansk 

X Ghil 

1 Ghil.in 

Ohilan « 

Ghlldeu. 

t Ghiliaik 

Ohimes 

Ghiininei 

Ghlmoretsk 

Ghioui 

Ghirlarsa 

Ghirone 



w24 40N 

26 9N 

14 18N 

1 4N 

1 26N 

32N 

3 87M 

wl3 MM 

OW 

..,.^8 51 N 
29 5ftN 
31 28N 
-.66 4SN 
...32 16N 
.-.3? ON 
wt8 17N 
44 3.-iN 
30N 
48 85N 
.-31 40N 
~J5l 7N 
—.37 36N 
40 7N 
46 33N 



Ghirza ..-- ..—- >Jt 30N 
Gliistel ..—.—... j1 9n 



80 45W 
76 34W 
10 08 31, 
19 59b 
28 888 
8 14B 

5 U\9 
22 20B 
12 51 B 

87 378 
8 30b 

79 188 

6 .398 

10 228 
2 488 

59 30W 
74 25B 

4 308 

4 49W 

4 58w 
32 428 
50 28 

1 28 

5 25W 

2 24>V 

26b 

8 .32K 

35 llK 

113 45 w 

4 618 
Vl 8IB 
35 42K 
35 h<)v. 

8 I5B 
14 .3'IB 

8 6r 

7 178 

6 21W 

8 IOB 
27 .508 
55 548 

8 68 
31 »K 
i: :<2B 

2 54W 
57 148 

6 3B 

9 5UB 
6 :i2R 

31 .^B 
38 17b 
3.3 10b 

11 548 
3i IOB 

32 5!«K 
67 468 
70 508 
35 48B 

.33 OB 

35 108 

4 OR 

12 30B 

80 138 
42 498 
59 .^38 
8:1 lUB 

5 288 
41 08 
37 308 

33 OB 
32 47B 
98 378 

3 438 
53 878 

8 86W 
.36 46B 
SO 481 
41 40B 
27 32B 

88 67* 
84 OUB 
83 IOB 

185 85a 

67 OB 

49 258 

91 411 

87 40B 
133 301 

18 16a 

90 6B 

36 88a 

34 43B 
8 S2B 
8 67a 

93 AOB 

16 OB 

8 69a 



TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 




[)nn .^...M IAN 

jwn 35 23M 

ny ^.^/w^Sl ON 
-4 51 N 
3W 6«N 



»»<'»»*>*>^^»»^*»' 



lellil 



,~^9 8N 

««<.<«... .itfS 25N 
,4H 33N 
19 ON 
.4!) 44N 
.25 as 
.M 1»N 

4<J 55N 

42 2N 

. ..^IG 458 
.18 5*)N 




D, B 



riteii.. 



ape ~ 



50 gON 

M UN 

.-„ 50 ION 

„_ll -IN 

2(i 3irt 

4J I'JN 

•')« 4-2N 

• 4!l :^5N 

IK'piri- 

f **,*,^^f>*\3 4^?N 

^,. l(! 59N 

41 53N 

It . 28 33N 

(■nbiiid ~-ftl 4VN 

48 L«)N 

;« 7N 
:xi ION 

52 I2N 
\2 3N 

~4ll .UtN 
.„4«! 2!tN 

4ti .'vON 

.^.45 ;»i'N 

27 2UN 

.^^7 UN 

39 In 

—49 M»N 
^5(5 35N 
—20 37N 
.^t) lUN 
50 43N 

52 »N 

— 30 12N 

!6 VrtlN 

— H 2M 

.50 25N 

Ut aCN 

.■2i 21 N 

.^U 33N 

.2!! 7N 

3:.'N 



UO 45W 48 
76 34W M 
10 OB 21,22 
19 59lt 24 

28 22R 
8 14R 

5 U\V 

29 20B 
12 Ml 
27 37B 

8 30B 
79 18K 

6 39n 
10 22« 

2 48B 
59 30W 
74 25R 

4 90R 

4 49w 

4 58«V 
32 42B 
50 2R 

I 2R 

5 25W 
2 24<V 






59 
22 
8 
26 
22 
59 
22 
39 
22 
22 
29 
62 
39 
10 

a 

8 

(iO 
59 
29 
10 
15 



29 26N 

I, VViMly 29 fl8N 
,or 

^32 ON 

Vluiiiita. -32 15N 

oor 26 6N 

kii 53 ON 

Kuyii.~33 25N 

wr 25 32N 

— -^-.JW 5HN 

—39 7N 

ik Bhv wU 22N 
.w24 40N 
.—20 9N 
.—14 18N 
4N 
fl 2«N 

a 32N 
.—32 27W 
-43 WM 
M— ~— »^ OH 

11 29 SftW 

,. ——31 28M 

66 45N 

—32 15N 

— 37 ON 

.—42 I7N 

44 33N 

30ir 

„^48 2aM 

— 31 40N 

—61 7n 

.—37 36N 

.40 7N 

.46 33N 

2N 

^'i 30N 




Jl ON 



2i;b 

8 32K 

35 llK 

113 45 w 

4 51B 
12 21K 
35 42B 

35 5<IB 
U 15B 

14 a-lB 
8 5r 

7 17K 

« 2IW 

8 I OR 
27 60B 
55 54B 

8 6R 
31 9K 
1: :i2R 

2 54W 

57 MR 
3r 

9 aUR 
6 32K 

31 AR 

32 17R 

33 10b 

11 64R 
3i Itm 

32 5!m 
67 46R 
70 50R 

36 42R 

33 OB 

35 lOB 

4 OK 

12 30B 
80 13B 
42 49B 
69 A3B 
8:1 lUB 

5 28H 
41 OR 

37 30B 
3» OB 
32 47 B 
98 37K 

3 43B 
62 27B 
8 26V 

36 461 
SO 48a 
41 401 
27 3211 
22 07a 
84 «)■ 
83 lOB 

123 25R 
67 OB 
49 25R 
91 41S 
27 40B 

133 301 
18 16* 
90 SB 
3S«8B 

34 43B 
8 62B 
8 &7B 

22 ftOa 

15 OB 

2 69R 



IG 
17 
30 
49 
18 
22 
37 
37 
21 
31 
32 
17 
9 
17 
58 
:i8 
17 

:i(i 
22 
10 

3S 
10 
22 
18 
43 
43 
43 
22 
2H 
43 
•M 
38 
43 

43 
43 

44 

44 

3!J 
28 

:<8 
39 

19 
3«> 
28 
4.) 
43 
4U 
19 
28 
44 
37 
33 
35 

27 
34 
39 
3a 
35 
38 
38 
31 
33 
35 
93 
43 
27 
34 
33 
17 
33 
49 
19 



^2 27N 



Gidding 



Otdl, Itiver <— .^ 16N 
Oidid ^— »— ..— ^15 18N 

Gidleigh —60 41N 

Gieddal »..<.......... 56 11 n 

Giedhal 66 33N 

GiedKr, Fort —54 35n 
Gielhoom — .— . J 2 45N 

Giemsing ..— «J6 29N 

Gien —.—^—^7 4 In 
Giep, River— 28 5'^s 
Gierild .— . — . 5 (^ 31 n 
Oienbergen >— Al SON 

(iieskau .,,.,. -52 47n 

Gieskuu ..——52 42N 
GiesKn «^ — ~— JO 34N 
Oieten .——,^3 o.> 
OieUteA— — 5-% 35N 

Giettmp ^— . 67 &n 

Giffeld 51 48N 

Oiflin Castle — ~55 43N 
2HN 
S4N 

ON 
3JN 
4HN 

3N 

31s 

4N 

42N 

27 N 
2IN 

2n 
I9N 

ION 

40N 

iON 
34N 

23N 

ON 
ION 



GiflTuno .,.<< ,'18 

Gilford .—.....55 

..70 

-JJ2 

..5.'; 

.57 

~J2 



Gilford, HivQr 
Giflioni . 
Gir«akud 
Giffi. 
Giganio . 

Giggleswick ..— .— Ji4 
GIgliu, lulu Mi».....55 
Glglit Cattl e — ...—57 

Oiglio, lale 42 

Giguan, Poiiit.^— 1 

Gl«x 

Giliuii, liiver 

Oijil 

Gijigiiiok 

Gijun 

Gikaii— .. 

Olla, Hiver 

(iilan .............. 

Giliiiig U. See 
Bingiiporc— . 

t ' tlDOli »** *i»»^i» # »»i»«»^ 

Gilclirlat .. 57 

X Gi!«ad, or 

Mizpeti «.......32 

§ Gilenni), Priiiias 33 

Giles L 32 

Gileto, Cap'.' ..—..36 

Gilford — 54 

Gilford 
(iilguL 
Gilgiil.. 
Gilgo .. 
GilK«f i>ivvr. 
GilKit ~ 
Gilgit H 



42 




Gilkervcleiigh. 

Gill, Lougli 

Gillanioor 

Gillan ... 

Gillun... 

Gillulyo 

Gillosnole ...—(16 

G tiling —,.... 54 

Ollliiighani — .....~51 
Gillisay la. ...—..57 

Gillg ..... 58 

Gilmanscleugli— ~.55 
Gilmerton ——56 
(lilolo. Isle — ~.— 

Gilp L 50 

Oilpaigou — ..— .5 ) 

Oilphead 

OillU 

Olmbte 

Oimal— .... 

Giminlng 

Olnuuoe 



22W 
19 88 
33 Ob 

3 &2W 
8 26B 
8 44B 

11 57B 
6 62R 
8 38B 
2 .S9B 

17 24B 

10 50R 
6 lOR 

11 26R 
11 8R 

8 39R 

6 46b 

9 65B 
Id 14b 
10 12b 

4 35vir 
16 13b 

i? 'J4wr 
83 0\v 
10 29R 

9 8b 

7 2lw 
66 33w 

2 l/W 

6 44W 

2 15W 
10 57R 

125 46b 

7 58K 
57 40B 

5 24 B 
161 25B 

3 43W 
10 33B 

114 25W 
46 OH 



8 
26 
42 

8 
25 
25 
26 
18 
25 
16 
44 
25 
18 
24 
24 
23 
18 
25 
26 
21 
10 
32 
10 
46-1 
21 
25 

9 
53 

7 
10 

9 
31 
40 

17 
35 
44 

35 
30 
26 
49 
38 



U'MI. 



Nil. or 
Map. 



NaMPi'. 



Lai. 



Low. 




25N 
3ON 
30N 

15N 

ION 

4.'>a 

22N 
22N 
31 N 
AON 
17N 

c.v 
5!IN 
55N 
40N 
28N 
15N 
UIN 

7N 

asN 

9N 

47n 

26N 

2N 

42N 

;{7N 

28N 
64N 
40N 

3n 
19N 

4N 
30N 

4N 
SON 

:iON 

2N 

4;» ;«7n 

Jll A5N 
.40 ON 
32 :!8N 
..•(9 7" 
. 6 4N 



30 

74 26w 47 

35 25R 37 

4 25W 9 



OkOBO, 

QinugmtoMt*. 

Uinoa. 

Gincta — 

GIngera 11. 

OinoM ..—.».— .40 33N 

GIniheini ....—..49 58n 

aioia ... — .. — —40 48N 

GioJa .— .— 38 26N 

Gioja. Gulf of —38 30N 
Glordlng ..............66 22N 

Giorgio Agio I.— ..37 28N 
Oiorgioi Ag..— w— 37 92N 
Oiorl, Mount— .—.46 UN 
Oiornlco #............,46 22N 

Giortlov— ...— 55 22N 
Giottrup ..»..— 57 4N 
Giuuii —.......— ....2I» 43N 



3.) 45B 

111 20W 

i:i6 52B 

52B 

6 21 \V 

71 :«w 

ri5 34IB 
35 OB 
21 llK 
•>l lOR 
74 2R 
74 15R 
3 45W 

8 20W 

5Hw 
6 5«w 

6 ;vt\v 

12 l!>K 
16 5«IR 

1 43\V 

2 17W 
6 57W 

3 low 
3 6W 
3 7w 

128 lOR 

6 2UW 

60 I6B 

6 27W 
I0 4AB 

7 37B 
6 18B 

10 7b 

32 40B 

62B 

34 67r 

9 SOB 

35 20B 
a Ow 

80 13B 
16 44B 

8 18R 
16 67B 
16 66B 
16 62B 

8 18R 
23 A6B 
22 2B 

U 12H 

8 &-iB 
12 20b 

9 14R 



.T7 

49 

5« 

41 

12 

47 

37 

37 

24 

24 

39 

39 

10 

12 
7 
9 
9 

25 

26 
7 
8 
9 
9 

10 
10 

a-i 

10 
38 
10 
59 
21 
17 
26 
42 
16 
37 
32 
37 
29 
39 
32 
22 
32 
33 
32 
36 
34 
34 
31 
17 
25 
25 



GItuidclougli, 
Seven Churches of53 In 
Glandore Castle —41 35n 
Glandore Harbour 51 22N 

Glandori: 52 5n 

Glanely .— .~.~~~~62 68n 



6 
9 
9 

7 



Glaiierought Mut.-51 61 n 
Glanford UriKKS — 5.1 Mtt 

Giang 5 50N 

Gtanitz ............^.53 3.'<n 

Glunlea 52 2(;n 

Glanmadda —53 34iN 
Ulannaii ............— 5 4 ION 

Glanton 55 25n 

Glaiiton 51 49N 

Glanville — . — ~..52 3n 
Glitnworth...— 53 Ihn 

Glaiiz 46 55N 

Glaria— 46 46n 

Oluro-nisi .. :^8 .'UiN 

t Glarus — 47 ON 

Olarus — — 47 2N 
Olasgow...,...........A5 52N 

Glasgow 

(Kentucky) ~. 
Glasgow 

(Novia Bcolin)— 45 35n 

Glasgow, fort 55 50n 

Glasgow, Port 45 I2N 

GlasFiedy Island —55 1!In 

Glaslie— 56 I3N 

Glaslough...— 54 19N 
Olasoun —...—— 52 ION 

Gla^pth 55 •<fl)N 

Glass— ~—..^'>7 2;n 
Glass CHriiacli— 57 41 n 

Glass Is. 56 3.'{N 

Glsoii Loch 57 43N 

Glass Mbiel —.—.56 52N 
01iis8ai.»~~ j .~....~.55 48N 
Glaasertoii...— .. — 54 43N 
Olassery fS 61 n 



21W 
5W 
4W 

58B 
9W 
9 28W 

30W 
124 45B 

12 15B 
9 52W 
8 32W 
6 56W 

1 54W 
Id 16W 

8 24W 

8 20W 
12 51B 

9 47B 
24 12B 

9 3B 
9 3B 
4 16W 



13 
13 
13 
21 
13 
13 

7 
40 
21 
13 
12 
12 

7 
13 
13 
13 
23 
17 
34 

!7 
17 
10 



.37 ON 85 &1W 48 



Glassford— 



»53 4aN 



Glosshorrcn ...— A6 61 n 
GIhshocIi ............55 ON 

OlHssowrif — — 66 60N 



57 ON 

51 9N 

-^4 ION 
-W 24N 

49 5UN 

50 50N 

36 40N 

38 l-'iN 




Glastunl—. 

Glastonbury 

Glattu 

Glatz 

UIhu, Uiver 

Glauchau — . 

Glaucus G... 

Glaucus U. , 

Glaucus K. 

Glawcoatcr 

Glazov 

(ileditxa 

Gleggeni 

Gleisdnrf 

Gleuihiim 

Gleinsfurd 

Gkn 

Glen 

Glen— .~~. 
Uleii Aftun 

(ilen All.idide 57 4Hn 

Glen Aliiiund 5(i 2Hn 

GlenAntuy 54 I4n 

Gien Artney— ....56 2tiN 

Glen Ary 56 llt.v 

Glen Avon — .— ..^ 43n 
<ilen Uueki— ..—.»:><> lO.x 
<llen Caini — — .')7 4n 
Glen Cunnich —57 21 n 
Glen Colunibkill— 54 43N 
Glen Cuul .....— —.58 12N 
Glen Docliart ...—56 2AN 

Glen Krocliie X 4.1N 

GKn Falloch— 5ii 22N 
Glen Farg— .— w— 56 IKN 
Glen Fine.— ..—.56 18n 
Glen Kirk...— 57 22 n 
Glen Livet ...—.— .67 19n 
Glen Loch V .—56 30N 
Glen Lougii .— .— ..65 7n 
Glen Magna— 53 34n 
Glen Mark— .—.—56 66N 
Glen More ...—^...57 50n 
Glen Nevis— -56 44n 
Glen Ugle —...—..''16 25N 
Olen O'lech .w— 66 32N 

• O'en. I»»er 28 6HB 

a 62N 
57 !tN 
56 lilN 
.55 6N 
67 ON 
56 96N 



4 
6 
4 
3 
6 
4 
2 
4 
6 
4 
4 
4 



62 41w 
4 40W 

61 6W 
7 22W 
3 I3w 

6 53W 
3 I3W 
3 !i,iW 
2 58W 

SOW 
45W 
28W 
26W 

aw 

24W 

52W 

3W 

a-jw 

38W 

3W 

57W 

2 42W 
22 36B 
16 35b 

7 54B 
12 3JB 
28 55B 
30 10b 
42 25B 

151 5(;b 
25 35R 
20 26b 

14 2HR 

15 42R 
1 25K 
40B 
4 3!)W 

6 16w 

7 4!IW 
4 I2W 
4 3UW 

3 65W 
9 37W 

4 iw 
6 



4W 

5UW 

22W 

7w 

54W 



8 4AW 



Olen, River 

Olen Bliiel 

Olen Bitira. 
Olen Tig 
Olen Tromic 
Glen Turit — . 



55W 
25w 
58W 
3!»W 
23w 
OOW 
3 65w 

3 20W 
25w 
51 W 

2W 

3W 
40w 

2W 
17w 
63w 
38B 

3w 
22w 

OW 
44 65W 

4 2w 
3 65W 



4 
7 
1 
3 
4 
6 
4 
3 
161 

6 
6 



46 
10 
46 
12 
10 
12 

8 
10 

9 

9 
10 

9 

9 
10 
10 

9 

10 

9 

10 
!l 
9 
8 

33 

24 

22 

22 

59 

69 

59 

56 

27 

33 

59 

23 

K 

8 

10 

10 

12 

10 

9 

10 

12 

10 

10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

12 

9 

10 

10 

lo 

10 

10 

9 

9 

10 

12 

8 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

66 

8 

9 

10 

10 

9 



Glennas. 



..55 .^dN 



Giensliaiit —55 35N 
Glenslierop ..»..— J6 LIN 

Glenskibbnlt 55 4KN 

Glentarken — .— ~56 25n 



Glentliaui 
Glenties.....^.... 

Glen ton 

GlentreiB 

Glentromie 

Glenure 

Olenvich 

Glesini ......... 

Glin. 

Glina— 

Glindoi 

Glinka, 

Glinsl 

Oiinsk 

Glinsk 

GUoubian 

Olisas 

Oliubigne 

Glogau — 

Glogau 

Glogovatz — — .—. 

Gloinak, Fa. Is of 

Glonunen, Uivcr. 

Gloria, N. S. de 

GloMsa— . 

Gloseop 

Gloucester 



3 24N 
54 4UN 
5? 39N 
.55 ;'.9N 
67 2N 
56 37N 

i-^^>«i^»#*JO /oN 

13 .55N 

2 34N 

45 24N 

—53 2N 

18N 

—55 13N 

50 38N 

2 2N 
,2 32N 

;t8 21 N 
.43 In 

50 21 N 
I 38N 

U I2N 
.57 16N 
..59 14N 
.13 21 IS 

~.39 UN 

.53 27N 

51 52N 



4 

35 
9 
16 



51 48N 
60 44N 
r.2 .'.2N 



t Gloucester— ...^,^32 lOS 
X Gloucester 

(NewBrunswicU) 17 35n 
Gloucester, Cape 19 •54S 
Gloucester, Ciipe 53 .'i5s 
Gloucester House 51 20N 
Gloucester Isles —20 30s 
t Gloucestervhire 
Gloup Voe .—..... 
Glousk —...—.,. 
Gloveler— — 47 2(in 

Gloverskaig 16 4(IN 

Gliia, Gk-n — 
Gluckhtiidt ~,. 
Glukhov 
(ilunis 
Glusbum — 
Giynipton.... 

Glynconig— . 

(tlynd . 

Glynn 

Guiund 

Gmund ... 

(tniund 

Oniunden 

(inesen ., 

Gniben, Cupe 

(inibu R. . 

Gnielkowo 

Gnosall 

Guossus 

Gnunden 

Goa 

(ioalpara 

Goarm .M 

Goaris Fi 

Goat Fell 

(ioathurst 

Oobu 

Gobul 

Gubel 

Goberunee 

t Gobi, Desert of 30 50N 

Gobi, or Kliauio.~40 30n 

Gobingunge ~~. 

Guch...— —..... 

Gocurnuui— .— ... 
Godalniiiig — 
(iuduvery. River 
Ooddolsheini — 
Godericit — 
i Ooderich — 
Goderville— ^— 
Goding 
Gudington........ 

Godlinse .>— 
Godinnncliester 
GckIuIIo — .. 
Godrevy Id. — . 



3 12W 
6 lOw 

3 40W 
6 24W 

4 6W 
SOW 
8 19w 
18W 
3 3w 
3 69W 

6 7W 
llw 

OB 
17W 

5B 
12 I4B 
31 2B 

7 47W 
33 261: 
10 4W 
23 338 
23 24 B 
18 lOE 
17 5liK 
16 6B 
21 I Ob 

6 l«w 
10 5HB 
45 .WW 
23 40R 

1 67w 

2 14W 
• 152 lOB 



M>r. 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

7 
12 

8 
10 

9 
10 
10 
42 
13 
23 
24 
28 
12 
28 
13 

:a 

.14 
;i3 

24 

24 

33 

9 

26 

54 

34 

7 

8 

66 



\ 



— .5(i i'«N 
,—.'1:1 4'JN 
I 44N 
46 42N 

5^1 54N 

51 54N 

t\ 41 N 

50 52N 

54 4<iN 

46 51iN 

47 14N 

48 47 N 
—47 55N 
—52 31 N 
—.56 IN 

28 3N 
— 52 52N 
-52 47 N 
.15 18N 
47 56N 
15 2c N 

26 I2N 
34 lUN 

19 On 

55 38 N 

.M 7N 

3.) 438 

27 35N 
52 2N 
32 17N 



Godshill. 
Oodstone 
Ooecliare .~ 
Goodereede 
Ooel 
Ooei 
Goelland Lile 
Gocn 



25 6N 
51 41N 
U 53N 
:>l UN 

16 2(iN 

51 llN 
.43 4UN 
34 88 
49 4CN 
48 5iN 

51 56N 

*» 26J« 

—52 20 H 

47 36 M 

—..50 13N 

.')0 3! N 

61 14N 

.58 3(N 
51 4bN 
—60 S6H 
—31 28N 
67 6N 



6(! OW 
148 OB 

74 lOW 

88 40w 45 I 

1 4:1 SOW 1 

2 llw 

1 4W 
28 a5B 

7 128 

87 44W 

4 53W 
9 26K 

34 21 E 
40 35K 

2 «w 

1 26W 

3 37W 
5B 

5 SOW 
l.t .14 B 
14 o!iR 

9 47B 
14 OK 

17 aiK 

11 1()K 

88 30K 

18 211R 

2 15W 
25 UK 
13 508 
74 OK 
JHt ;i7e 
,'16 5!IR 
7!» 40 B 

6 13W 

3 2W 
150 12B 

:i3 44B 

12 lOB 
64 22 B 
90 OB 

103 OB 

89 38B 
6 7B 

74 20B 

37W 

81 45B 

8 40b 
81 49W 

116 55R 

22B 
17 6B 

1 4W 
6 49B 

low 

19 21B 
6 24w 

1 17W 
6W 

4 60w 
3 68B 

9 lOB 
103 40B 

9 44B 



46 
41 
51 



8 
10 
28 
17 
49 
9 
25 
28 
23 
7 
8 
8 
8 
12 
23 
23 
22 
23 
24 
25 
39 
24 
8 
M 
23 
3y 
.TJ 
5!» 
58 
10 
8 
56 
43 
31 
38 
36 
65 
39 
21 
39 
8 
39 
VI 
4« 
57 
15 
33 
H 
18 
8 
23 
8 
8 
8 
9 
18 
26 
66 
25 




INDEX TO BLACK'S GENERi 



t.T. 



I.ono. 



No, or 

HAf. 



NAnri. 



I,AT. 



iMna, 



Mo. ov 
Mat. 



Gomul FaM .^ 

Goinu*. R. 

fioiniit, RIvor- 
ffoiiae Island . 
Gonaires 
fioncjilvo . 
Gond«r , 
* Gonilar 
(fOtidliunt 

Gundor 

Gondrecourt 

(lonilrin. 

Gnndurgo. 

Woiioe 

(ionetitin 

Gonfode. 



.23 a»N 

.18 SOS 
.19 88N 
,10 6h 

.13 ll.v 
i\ (is 

.•26 :.7N 

.4H 3i».v 

.4.1 fiii* 

— 31 248 

8 15!« 

.45 SON 

M 2IIN 

.-L^J ISX 



.17 26.V 
•«» O.v 

28 15N 
14 58M 



(>onz:igo 44 AUN 

Gunulo, Don . 
Gonzalo, Point 
(iOiibang C. ..„,. 
(iix>bla 
<iix>d « 

«;ui>d — „„,. _35 UN 

Good Hope, Kay 

of ( Jesso^ 43 40n 

Good Hope, Cape 

of (S. Africa) ~,.14 25s 
GLK>d Hope, Cape 

of ^New Guinea) XiB 
• iood Hope, Fort I'A .U."« 
<iood.iloor ,.,,,„_ll 'i5.v 
Guodain _~«.^.wlH us 
Goodeoobu»lid ,._12 bis 

(ioodericli ,..51 S3.'« 

Gooderoo „„.„.,.,. 9 ION 

(ioodleixh 51 5n 

(iood-Radigliee R.35 2<M 
<;oodwortli Ur. -Jil ION 
<:ooRoa _„..„,.^28 46n 
Giioaree Rlieerun 

Suit 25 «5n 

Goojemnwala .w,.^32 I In 
Goojemt ~.,.,~,„'tt 3HN 
<Ji)<»1hii ^^^^..^i 2n 

Goole ...........ja 4&M 

Goolee .(2 47n 



69 OB 
(>8 &.'>K 
9t» 4.'iR 
73 0\v 
7i 40»v 
45 .SIW 
.17 M" 
37 OK 

o '.'JK 
(i*l I5K 

5 3iB 
I2B 
4B 
35 lOB 

5 598 
40 5UB 
97 .U!W 

5 4lB 
10 .VIB 

4 47wr 

115 WW 

148 OB 

69 a'lK 

76 4<>K 

Ul 41W 




147 



Gooni Rush ,.,.„>,g8 40N 
Oooiiiaguiig _~,,,.^ &iN 

Gooinali ^^^H 3tN 

Owmba -,-,„., .28 3»N 

CiootU!<ur ^...^^^I'.t SUM 

(ioomiurgur .,,,19 4<iN 

Goomtce, River ~,'i') 5Ji»N 

n.)oniy „,„- „.i'o I in 

G ootiii bad „,„.,. .,J 4 I7n 
(looiirli.iie _..,_:iii 83n 
G oonda ,.,..„„. ,,^i7 5n 
Goondelpett~._^ll 50n 

Goonge L. ,.jn e4»N 

Goongroo R. ~„.,24 On 
Ooor ...,.,. .^ 
Ooorah «,m.,,. 
GooraineoDiU 
Goordoc >.,.„. 
Goorgabr^ 
Goorgan, River 
GooroopAtna ,. 

G'Kiruh 

(ioorund „.„,,. 
Gooruristan ~.„ 
Goonywan ~.„ 
Gooi „„.„„,..„ 
Grooie, l>l«„.„ 
Goosiiargli .,,„„ 



(lootie 
(iijoiy 

fi'Htty,.,,,,,,..,, 

(iuor.el Hiiaar 
G.Kiziirlitan 



.,„52 I4N 

25 KiN 

.13 52N 

34 S7N 

32 ?8N 

~,37 ION 

...W IN 

.„2A I7N 

„,•« 23n 

^-14 «N 

_.15 45n 

~,18 15N 

.47 6N 

J» AON 



^M ION 

5M 

,„15 3N 

.^,.17 4.'Sn 

,„*t» .KiN 

GiMizuri Kliasbi ~.31 iin 



Gopalapoor 
Gopalapoor 
Gopang . 
OopeiiMut 
Gophn:i,.„ 
Gopping«n 
Uof 

Gon* M,. 
Oora ._, 
(lura „.. 
Goraiida 
Gorbalov „.. 




34 8N 

» 31 N 

>b 43N 

.21 ION 

•,.,M.3I 57 N 

.,~„.48 40N 

„„„37 >5N 

59N 

„jyS SIN 

18 SON 

,43 ;«iN 

•„iji6 3N 



Gorda Point ,..~„2i I8N 

GordI ,«.,-„,„3M 32N 

Giirditnnuin Pr. ,„4I ON 
<iordiuni,.„„„.,..,^19 fiUN 

Gordola ,,,.,48 ION 

Gordon Cattle 57 .17N 



38 

:w 

40 
50 
50 
54 
43 
42 
8 
38 
15 
16 
» 
43 
16 
35 
49 
18 
31 
90 
4» 
56 
38 

:» 
48 



144 30s S3 
ISaOB 44-1 



133 30B 

I2R 40W 

70 34B 

83 I4B 
69 15B 

3 38W 

36 I5B 
3 abw 

148 43B 
I 89W 

68 34B 

Ci 55B 
74 lOB 
7t OB 
3 MfW 
5t)W 
63 368 
51 53B 
93 6B 

85 3IB 

86 3«*B 

84 OB 
84 5UB 

83 I5B 

84 &4B 

69 13B 

80 3B 

81 57B 
76 50B 
81 55B 
68 32B 

6 SUB 
63 I OB 

76 »7" 
63 KB 
60 338 
55 OB 

85 468 

63 108 
6^^ 408 
67 »78 

64 508 
34 358 

70 33W 
9 40wr 

70 518 
116 568 

77 408 

37 &38 

67 138 
63 288 
76 408 
83 968 

68 WB 
73 lUB 
95 138 

9 308 

3 «W 

12 58 

17 468 
73 98 

18 558 
43 158 
83 lAvr 

19 508 
8 58 

.11 Xim 
8 518 
3 »W 
3W 



41 
45-1 
39 
99 
38 

8 
42 

8 
56 

8 
98 

38 
39 
39 
10 

7 
39 
38 
99 
99 
39 
38 
99 
90 
99 
38 
99 
99 
99 
39 
88 
18 
98 
90 
98 
38 
38 
39 
38 
38 
39 
38 
43 
46 

7 
38 
40 
99 
96 
.18 
88 
30 
99 
39 
90 
97 
83 
30 
91 
94 
39 
33 
97 
50 
34 
09 
00 

17 

9 
9 



X Goslien, or 
Humeae*^, 
Oodlo 
Ootlai „., 
Godiken 
GtMlina 
Uoapich 
Gosport 
Ooamu , 
GoMeliet 
Uoaria 



30 .^^N 

& 498 

I 54N 

47 33N 

5 » :wn 

.44 31 N 
„,„JMI 4HN 
.47 35n 
..W 27N 
.a! 3n' 



Ooaiyoyn „,.., 5:1 31 n 

Ooteciity ,»,.„..,,..4fi l/N 

t GoUia~. 50 .^0N 

Gotha .„ iS«) 5UN 

t Gotlia,„~,. .w 50N 

Gotliom M Ms 

Gotliem „■■ .^.57 35n 

Gothland I&land ^.,57 37n 
Ootoiieg* ,.....„„«.14 47N 

Gotaohee .45 .18n 

GotMhkB >. ~,„.48 34N 

Gottaroo „,.w~„„97 33n 
OottcnboiY .,. — ,..57 44N 

t Gottenborg 58 Ms 

i Uflttingen 51 35N 

Gitttingen , 51 31n 



Gott^ka Sands 58 30N 

Gotuwalde ,.„.„.J>4 16n 
Gouberliiisk„.„„w5l I3n 

Gouda ..53 IN 

Goudentk ^ . 51 59N 

GoudrUan ...,,.,..51 55n 

Gouen L.,~~.,. 57 38n 

Gouerby „. 52 06n 

Oouger Range,~~>13 08 



Gough's Itle. 
Got^a 

Goulboum Plaina 
Ouulbowit Idee ,. 
Uoulbiiia, or 
Boyiinga R. 
Oouibum R 
Goulbtim R 
Ouuliby 
Guuinlniti 
Gouinri 

Gounagti, Lough 
Gountelu 
Oounong 
Gminong, Iile 
OounongteUi 
Oourdinn 
Oourdon 
Gourdon 
Oourga. River 
Gourguur 
Ooiirur ^ 
Gouriev~. 
Gourievtk 
Goiirin 
Gourbtnd „ 
Goiimay ~~., 
Gmanipa ,~~. 
Gour Ruins of 
Guuxir R. ~,~v 
Gouyang R. ~< 
OoMCon 
Govan 



>>(0 308 
A2 31 N 
34 538 
.11 358 




,50 ION 
.34 43N 
.3^ I8N 

47 8N 

47 24N 

.48 ON 

.11 3:jN 

.„.49 i9N 

^ 1 378 

.94 47N 
.14 42N 
.10 ION 

46 UN 

.M.,,.65 63N 



Govcmor'f Gnrdena. 

&t'Gibnkltnr. — 
Gtfvemor'ii IMeodow*. 

Stf- Gibraltar ~, 

Oovick 57 S?" 

Govino~.,.~M„.-„«19 37N 
Govoro ,.,~.~.,~~.40 3N 
Gowen, LtIa .„,«> 7 40* 

GowliattI M ION 

Gowr, Cape ,~~~37 ION 

Gowran ..~ >'02 38N 

Gowrie, Carse of~,56 45M 

J>3 31N 

.3I» 128 

7 3.'<8 

1 im 

.25 53N 
.10 8N 

Gucxo, Idle ,~~,~,.'I4 53N 
Gra .......i^, 'i ^ 0" 



Goxhill. 
Goya ,~< 
Guyaniia 
Goyei .~. 
(ioyoban 
Guyoban 
Ooceree 
Ooio 



33 08 37,60 
43 13W M 
10 978 

8 188 
17 08 
15 918 

1 9w 

9 138 
4 258 

14 138 

17 478 
28 378 
10 4«)B 

10 438 

11 508 
I lOw 

18 4H8 

18 988 

3 158 
14 568 
14 308 
70 138 
13 88 
II 308 

9 45B 
9 558 

19 128 

18 008 

06 008 

4 418 
4 418 
4 038 
039W 
40w 

139 968 

9 low 

8 4W 
149 458 
133 3UB 



Gma I..~~~~~,-»-39 35N 
t Graii(rReynet.„3l Kw 

GriMffReyitet 33 178 

Grabttti ,..,....~,~,~44 33N 
Grabbenvont ~~— '»' s'^'* 

Gruben ,.,««. ««'^9 "js 

Qrabuw ,>..,. '"0* 3>*n 

Grubowen ,^,«.~,~54 14N 
GralM ».„,,.. .,.,>»,«^7 II''' 
Grabum lile -„~."35 35N 



144 068 
150 358 
146 98 

8W 
31 588 
43 558 

7 .ilw 

41 3)18 

119 68 

126 348 

133 138 

4 :Mb 

3 mv 

1 198 
HO 108 
31 368 
80 88 
53 28 
02 38 

3 38W 

4 44W 
1 418 

51 lUW 
88 158 
51 108 
83 458 

5 148 
4 3UHr 



7 IW 
19 SOB 
34 178 

160 408 
91 488 
08 

aw 

ISMT 

19W 

OW 

SW 

76 6t»W 
57 30" 
57 «»■ 
40 158 
14 118 
94 7" 
03 88 
34 SOB 
84 308 
84 SftB 
99 J4a 
6 IIB 

8 398 
18 7" 
99 138 

9 978 
93 338 

\w 



193 

7 

3 



09 

•M 



91 
17 
94 
93 

8 
17 
19 
33 
94 
98 
91 
21 
91 

8 
96 
96 
43 
93 
83 
99 
26 
26 
21 
91 
96 
94 
98 
18 
18 
18 

9 

7 
06 

1 
30 
56 
41 



06 



7 
34 
28 
13 
36 
40 
40 
40 
19 

b 
16 
30 
13 
39 
SW 
98 
15 
44 
15 
64 
99 
S8 
99 
16 
10 

99 

99 

9 
94 
33 
41 
99 
35 
13 

9 

1 
53 
04 
03 
30 
38 
43 
39 
83 
38 
43 
44>1 
44-1 
98 
18 
18 
94 
94 
17 
&1 

•1 



Mamh. 



I AT. 



LoNO. 



No. (IT 

Map. 



Grand Lake 
Grand Lake 
( New Hnintwick) 46 ON 
Grand Mannn Isle 44 42n 
Grand ManitouUn 

Isle ,...,..,..„„„„.,45 45N 
Grand PorlaKe,.,~,46 54m 

Grand Pr6 , 49 20n 

Grand Precigny 
Grand, River ... 
Gr-ind River^,..... 
Grande Decharge 48 2.in 
Grande, Knt. ..„.JiO 50s 
Grande, Isle..„..„,23 KM 
Giunde, Lake ~,,„15 3ii8 
Oninde,.Lake ,~. 

Grande R 

Grande K.^..,,,.,. 
Grande R. ..„„..,. 

Grande, River 

Grande, River..,. 
Grande River ,~.,.^ 408 
Grande, River 

(Senegal) II 0n 

Grandola ,..„„..,.,38 I In 

Grendrey ..„. 50 90n 

Grandson ..,..,,....46 49n 
Grandtully Castle 56 37N 



io 388 67 48w 46 



66 Ow 46 
66 SOW 46 



46 67N 
«J9 20M 
43 55N 



,19 606 

.16 Oa 
.18 S8a 
.20 258 
,14 AON 
.16 I2N 



Grand val 

G randy 

Grane 

Granena 

Graneroa 

Grange 

Grange 

Gniiige 

Grunge. 

Grange 

Grange 

Grant 

Grange 



.47 



17N 
..,,..53 ION 

» ,... „y 9 I8N 

...41 25N 

_27 338 
,~57 33N 

— 57 99N 
54 48N 
54 6!»N 



Grange „»... 
Grange .~~~ 
Grange Burn 
Grange* 
Granges ~.. 
Granfclien 
Oranicus R. 
Onninam 
GranisR 



M 23N 

55 8N 

52W 

54 2fiN 

54 23N 

..„.„,.,«.J>2 4lN 




37 458 

16 I4N 
.47 21 N 
.40 ION 
43 24N 

SON 

Granitola, Chdo ,~37 35n 
Granitzatico It. ..J9 4n 

Granja ,„.., ».,., 3 Os 

Granin, La .........38 17n 

Graiijen I)»y 22 His 

Omnnocli L..~,.„„60 On 
Gransee ...,..,.,....03 2m 
Gmnsele ....„,.„„64 14m 
Gran«toiie..„.,,,..~51 All-v 

Grant Can. 57 2.1M 

Grantham........«....JH 55n 

Grantliaia~.~.„~J>3 51 n 
t Grantham .^...^..13 3RB 
Grantliain..«.,.,.„.42 2.58 
Grantown.....~,.„..,A7 22n 

Grant! Inn. r.ft ras 

Granville 43 3lM 

Granville ...., 48 SON 

Grao .19 88N 

Grara 32 38M 

Gra«klii«....~~ 67 93n 

Grason, Isle 60 23N 

Grasscreek CayK~,23 45m 

GrasM 43 .18W 

Orassington.,~....~..14 4n 

Grnssn)ere ,......^-54 27N 

GrasMuere L. «....J}4 27" 



Grass Vutin . 

Gratchevsk 

Grate. 



«!0 42N 



34M 
I7M 
KIM 
IIN 
AM 

3m 



Gnttely ~.~.~, «l 

Gratem ~,~.~~~~.'SI 

Gratbes Cas 57 

Grathio .„~,,~...~A7 
Gratia Pt. Delbu~37 20N 
Gratiat Fort....~~43 Om 
Oratrafk ...«~...~,65 33N 
Gntsanitxa ...~.~44 42n 
Gratsanitcn ...^.^.44 93n 

Gratx 63 I2N 

Grats .......... ..*,*.4y 4N 

Gratien ~48 61 n 



Oraudenti ......53 31 n 

Graiu .......>.».~.43 4M 

Grauietle,Grau de 43 6n 
(4nve ..„.M.M..»,~5I 40N 
Grave River..,...~,43 S'^Ny 
Onvellncs ..,.».~60 59m 
Gravellotte .~.~~.4U 7n 
Gravely ~»~~"~"~'*l "Am 
(JrHveney~~.,~~~-6l 20n 

iBta 



82 SOW 
73 52W 
4 .')2K 
47H 
91 8\v 
«6 3\V 
71 OW 
68 25W 
44 lOw 
63 45w 
63 40W 

63 30W 

64 OW 
64 43W 
75 44W 
73 36W 
63 20W 



46 
46 
15 
1.5 
47 
47 
46 
51 
64 
54 
63 
53 
63 
61 
52 
63 
64 



Namu, 



I.AT. 



42 
Cf) 
19 
17 
10 
17 
13 
38 
29 
S3 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
12 
13 
13 
66 
17 
17 
17 



14 40w 
8 3tw 
4 SB 

6 40r 
3 47W 

7 278 

8 32w 
48 Ob 

368 
65 9w 

2 64W 

3 3IW 

4 9W 

3 SAW 

4 .19w 

3 13W 

4 3.-\w 
8 30w 

6 39w 

7 31 W 
141 4AK 

6 538 

7 29B 

8 58 
S7 l^R36,.'i9 
21 458 59 
51 08 
13 368 

91 28B 
40 46W 

5 37w 
lis 91)8 

4 17W 
12 598 

17 AOK 

5 4W 
3 .low 
40W 

65W 
1 16 408 
147 88 

3 .WV 

2 IBW 
73 low 

1 37W 

19W 

9 358 

4 40W 

18 288 
17 20W 

6 A6B 

1 69W 

8 IW 

3 3W 
1 4W 

46 118 
6 18W 
I 36W 
6 528 

9 28W 

3 lAW 
>4 528 
« 35W 
iO 08 



8 398 
.8 S98 
16 328 
15 S68 
14 498 
18 4IK 
258 
3 SB 

5 4fiB 
06 SOW 

3 88 

6 38 
I2W 
568 



59 
33 
34 
54 

30 

35 

10 

24 

86 

8 

9 

7 

8 

07 

57 

9 

10 

47 

15 

SO 

44 



26 

60 

16 

7 

7 

7 

10 

28 

9 

8 

18. 
9 
9 
34 
46 
26 
33 
33 
94 
93 
93 
94 
89 
16 
18 
47 
15 
15 
8 
8 



Greenfield ......42 3JM 

Greenfield .-ii) son 

Grecnluiiii,.,.„.„,.,52 4;w 

Greenhead^.,... 54 69n 

± Greenland.,,,. 70 Om 

Greenlaw ~,. ..55 42N 

Greenly'a I»lo ..,„„14 308 

Oreenoge ~.~, M 30M 

Greenore Uiiy 52 17m 

Grcenore Point .„52 14n 
Greenougli Group 31 328 
Greensboro .........32 SfM 

Greensboro 
(N. Carolina) ^.36 3N 



Mltaifa 



31 SON 
40 20M 
.14 558 
31 41 N 

-30 32M 
..40 6N 

.18 55N 



7N 



Greensbro 
Greensburgli. 
Green Val. 
Greensville 
Greensville 

(Virginia) 
Greenville 
Greenville 

(Illinois) 
Greenville 

(KrntMcky) .......37 

Grr 

(. .isippi).....,31 48N 
Grcii.iile 

(MitBouri)..«......,37 Am 

Greenville 

(N. Carolina; ~,3.5 37n 
Greenville 

(S. Carolina) ...34 4!Im 
Greenville 

( I cnnessec) ~»~36 8M 
Greenwich .„.,~.„Jil 28m 
Greenwich (Pr. 

Edward's Isle)...46 39m 
Greenymore .......54 26m 

Grees.„.......„~,»,t1 20m 

Greeta ....„„,„~,.^ 39n 

Graetness Voe,.~~59 Ms 
Gregur ...~,..,,,, „ J7 H" 

Greifeen ^..,.47 31n 

Greifeen Lake ..^.47 34if 

Greifenburg 46 45tr 

GriefTenhagen .....JV.'t i;ii< 
Grelga, Cape ~,~,1l 66* 
Greigston ...........J6 17" 

Greiling 47 4'iM 

Greiu Hd. ............57 2m 

Greinord ..^,.,...,..57 /3m 
Greinord, Loch ..J>7 >Sn 

Greinord L. 57 MM 

Greis ......„, ,~A5 46n 

GreitB .»„„„.„„JM) 40M 
Grellingen,..„„,....,47 27n 
Greniisnadder 

Loch „„.,.., 
Gremnish .........^^{7 38M 

Grenade ....~~.~.43 48m 

Grenadines ..„..».,13 35N 
Gnnan .„.w,.,~,..J4 44m 
Grenan ......^.^.^.58 ISM 

Grenchen ............47 10m 

(irendon Bp. .^.....53 13m 

Grendsteen ........JM 26n 

Grendstnip ...^.....fiO On 

Grengiob ■tO 23n 

Grenna .»..,.■» S8 In 

Grenoble .~~~, — 45 10m 



Grenville ....~., 

t Orenville ~,~ 

Grenville, Cupe 

Greoo ...~~,~ 

Greosallach L 

Greous 

Oresford 

Greta, R. 

Gratchi 

Gretna 

Graufsen 

Oretton 

Oretton 

Grevelingen 

Grevenbrolch 

(irevisniuhlen 

Orevno >»>40 12n 

Greweltliorpe~~~~54 I In 
i Gray >~30 658 



~.45 38N 

.,.44 62N 

.„ll SOS 

61 51M 

57 49M 

~,43 45N 

.53 Sn 

.44 83M 

AS ON 

51 13N 

51 69N 

JiS 32N 

144N 

1 6N 

03 60N 



Uroy Abbey .,..~.~04 32m 
Greyhound Biiy~~.3l ON 
Grey Man's Tail 65 m 



Grey '. 

Grey Mt. 

Greystead 

Grei • 

Grez, luK 

C ;;ui, Ben 

Grianlarch mm»s~~66 33n 

Graiinoi 62 35M 

GrlaK0vetz«~~~.~>.68 61 n 
(•ribboni~,~,,~'~»~'64 3n 
.48 17" 



..31 38 

.,.05 1(IM 
50 45M 
48 34M 
90N 



ttiiiteMi 



'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



21 




Oreendetd ..^ii Ijw 

Greenfield .■») Sun 

Ort-cnlmiii rti 4.'IN 

Greenhcad — , 54 &0n 

± Greenland 70 on 

Greenluw — . 5a 42N 

Greenly'u I»lo M mm 

GreenoRe ~,^ 53 aov 

Greenore Uitv ^^52 ijs 
Greenore roint ,^2 14n 
Grcenough Group 31 3-2B 

Greensboro >^ 32 3f .v 

Greensboro 

(N. Carolinn) ...36 3n 
Green»bro~..,.-^.„3l 2(IN 

Greensbiirsli 40 aOM 

Green Val. .14 858 

Greensville 31 4IN 

Greensville 

(Virginia) 30 32n 

Greenville >.«..,>..40 6n 
Greenville 

(Illinois) ,,.,^^38 fiSN 
Greenville 

(Kmtucky) ...^^ 7N 
Gr: 

(. .«sippi)«.»^l 48n 
Grciti..iite 

(MiiBouri)..».,.^7 M 
Greenville 

(N. Carolina; ~^5 37N 
Greenville 

(S. Carolina) ^.M 4.'1n 
Greenville 

( I ennessec) ~~~30 8s 
Greenwich .„~^,^\ 2ttN 
Greenwich (Pr. 

Edward's Isle)>4G 2<In 
Greenymore ^^^fiA 26n 
Grees ...«..^.>^^,>xq 20n 
Greeta ..^^.^.....^...^ 3!)n 
Greetness Voc..,~Ji9 ."i^N 
Gregur ...«»,...,..,.J7 n^* 
GreTfeen ...,^7 21n 



Oreifeen Lake 

Greifenburg 

Grieffenhagen 

Greiga, Cape 

Greigston 

(ireiUng. 



.47 :^4>r 
46 A5II 
Xt \UU 
31 Bfi* 
A6 17" 
-«47 4'iM 
Grehi Hd. ^~..~».J>7 ^N 
Greinord ,.^^^^>7 '3n 
Greinord, Loch .^'^ 'S" 
Greinord L. .»~^ft7 Mn 
Greis ..,^^~..~^^.') 40n 

Greits ^,,JM) 44)N 

Orellingen..,...,.~^47 27n 
Greniisnadiler 

Loch .^ — >^^J8 ION 
Gremnish ^<.^>..~,g7 3UN 
Grenade ^^,.,^^^ AW 
Grenadines «~^^I2 35N 
Grenan >«.«>»».> >.»».» fi 4 44n 
Grenan m.>«..^mm.>A8 IAn 
Orenclien ^,..~«^^7 ION 
(irendon Bp. ^~.~A2 13n 
Grendsteen ^...^.....JW 26n 
Orendstrup ,»..^.,f><i On 

GrengiolB 40 23n 

Grenna <...>.w>..i M . 5 tt In 
.45 ION 
.4:1 3HN 
.44 62N 
,11 fiCa 
61 SIN 
57 49N 
.,^3 4SN 

,,,,,T--r,r At AM 

44 23N 

^65 OH 

.,^1 13N 

,51 59N 

.52 3:2N 

1 44N 

1 6N 

...S3 SON 

^0 ISn 

UN 



72 3.^H' 

H5 4«i«' 
anv 
2 33W 

40 OW 
2 2(iw 
134 SOB 
6 22W 
6 20w 
6 18\V 
143 5(!lC 

87 3!»V 

79 58W 

80 \Km 
79 OW 

117 40B 
86 &3nr 



47 

47 

« 

7 

4.'i-| 

10 

41 

12 

13 

13 

5(i 

48 

48 
49 
47 
S7 
48 



81 6w 48 
84 35W 47 

89 20W .47 
87 SW 48 
01 12W 48 

90 22w 48 
77 30W 48 

82 30W 48 

a3 1\V 48 

U U 8 



S 
S 
S 



Grenoble 

Grenville 

t Grenville ~.~ 

Grenville, Cupe 

Greoo 

Greosallacli L 

Greoux «~~~. 

Gresford ^.^.^ 

Greta, R. 

Oretchi 

Vretna 

Ortuisen 

Oretton 

Oretton 

Grevellngen 

Orevenbroicli 

Grevisniuhlen 

Grevno «»~. 



Grewelthorpe 



..30 saa 



tlroy Abbey .^.^.....54 32M 
Greyhound Utiy.~~2l ON 
Grey Mare's Tail S5 ^6n 
Grey Mt.>~>~~.«»»"*<l 3S 
Greystead...~~.~.>-.i>S ION 

Gre« — 5 SO 48n 

Orel, lu» ...^~...~.48 24N 
C ;nii, lieu ......>.>88 SON 

Grianlarcli mm»m>m..S6 23n 
Graiinoi~....~~.~~sa Vm 

Grlucovet2<~~~»~~S8 SIN 
^ 'fibboni....^.....#.*^.S4 3N 

.48 17N 



62 49W 
8 28W 

6 19W 
b' 46W 

1 17W 
41 40B 

8 43B 

8 4(IB 

13 15B 

14 25B 
34 lOB 

2 e3W 

11 39B 

7 34W 
3SW 
27Hr 
2HW 

9 31B 

12 IIB 
7 27« 

n 23w 

7 28W 

»27W 

61 20Hr 

4 S4nr 
ft OW 

7 241 

2 37w 
9 SCK 
9 3l'B 

8 OB 
14 27B 

5 43B 

74 40W 

75 47W 
142 64B 

9 54B 

6 40W 

8 S4B 
a 58W 

5 OW 
84 33B 

3 3W 

10 89B 
1 69W 

40W 
3 SSB 

6 3HB 

11 18R 
21 47B 

1 3»)W 
117 3SB 

5 34W 
16 SOW 

3 23W 
117 40B 

2 82W 

4 38B 

3 A7B 

3 A9W 

4 a4W 
88 4UB 
40 2iB 

9 22B 
37 6B 



46 

12 

9 

12 

10 

36 

17 

17 

23 

24 

36 

10 

22 

9 

9 

9 

9 

85 

22 

17 

9 

9 
16 
SO 
10 

9 
17 

8 
25 
25 
17 
26 
16 
46 
46 
41 
21 
10 

6 

7 

1 
33 
10 
21 

8 

8 
18 
91 
81 
33 

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la 
43 
10 

67 

.; 

IS 
9 
10 
SB 
87 
86 
88 



GruiUcli.........^.......')! ON 

Gioix, Islo-..^ 47 37 N 

<ir.l;i. 44 ION 

(irojtc ~..^ ;",1 64N 

Cirulandor Uhs' alt 46 I4n 



Groinmz 

Gron 

Gronani, 

Grondines 

Grone 

Gronfelt. 

Oronhott 



54 lis 
..,.20 4.1N 
~.53 2(IN 
~.46 3ftN 
..^6 14N 
m IdN 
........85 24N 



Groningen...«.......j>l a9N 

t Oroningeu.........J)3 9n 

Groningen.........^....83 1.3N 

Groningen............^ 8 ,^0n 

Grontund ^..^^iA 35N 
Gronning .. ...........56 3:)N 

Gruno Pt. ............42 31s 

Gr(ionibri(ige~...«...'5l ON 
Grosniont .^.^......61 55N 

GrooniBport ..........54 4I.'N 

Groot Zundcrt 51 2HN 

Groote Fountain...31 Os 
Groote R.^,.^.^32 BOs 
Groote Isle ^.........14 Os 

Groote Keet....».....52 5In 

Grxposu, Mount^45 20n 
Gropzig............,..51 SDn 

Grosbous ......^^A^ 49N 

Gross Piton, Point 13 45n 
(<rochere.w..,.......44 4on 

Grosen yihe~.~.....^4 40n 

Gross Laufenl>erg .,47 34N 
Grosia, l8le..~,...._44 3n 

GrossenhAyn...........5l ION 

Grosser Bock.........47 On 

Grossetto ......^^.....42 45n 

Grossfamogiie Pier.'>2 On 
Gro.-supi ......»......4I 57N 

Grorewein ..,.^.......,49 44n 

Grotoo ~.~.... 70 13N 

Grott ....^.^.....^...Jtii 22N 
Grottkau .^...^......50 44N 



Grouinde Cancale 48 43n 
Grove.~~.....~......JtI 53n 

Grove, Isle ..........24 16N 



53 54N 

3 25N 

46 40N 

..88 I6N 



Groyen 

Grozlia 

Gruaro 

Grubbey 

Grul)e....................54 16n 

% Grubenlmgen., ...51 40n 
Gruclien....,.a>i........46 9n 

Grudda ..................42 34N 

Gnidek ... .....49 47n 

Grudie, llr. of.......A7 4()n 

Grue .......^.....^.^60 28N 

24 33N 

24 32N 
..37 HN 

8 7N 
5 52N 

.55 54N 

7 ION 

8 3N 
58 ION 
53 31N 

I) 38N 

...JS4 28N 

..^.^.....49 53N 



GrufTiiy 

Gnitfoy Isle 
Grugno ....... 

Gruides ...... 

Gruinart 

(triiinart L. 

Gruit 

G nimby. 

Grumore 

Orumpsall 

Oruinsta.~ 

Gnimveitschen 

Grunberg <~~~ 

Grunberg 



Orunburg 
Grunnavlk. 
Gruny Lake 
Gffusch ...... 

Oniselbuig.... 

X Orutamann 
Orutentng, 



MM..S1 A6n 

5 35N 

52 59N 

.40 5i»N 

xl8 6.">N 

45 I7N 

42N 



Grutli. «rKutll»^6 6Un 
Grata «....~....~..~52 40N 
Orayeres 46 35N 



GryfcW, 

Grypskere. 
iteli 



.55 54N 

53 I5N 

..^..^.46 23N 

46 40N 

41 488 

.23 158 

6 6.'N 

..~40 42N 

24 628 

...26 308 

.2.1 MS 



Gttcig. 

Gsteig. 

Ouabun Pt 

Guacalei 

Guacasia 

Ouaceto^. 

Guachipai 

Ouachipas 11.. 

Ouacho Point 

Guadalavlar,Uiver3» 2CN 

Guadalaxara .......40 4' n 

Ouadaluxiti-a .^.^31 ION 
X Guadalnxiim, or 
Xalisco ............21 30N 

f OuBdaluxur».~~40 51 n 
Ouadnlcaniiir li«le~ 9 458 

GuadalranHll 38 8n 

Guaduleumr,Kiver.')8 44n 
Guadaler/ii.~~.~.-3t) 3))n 



13 19B 
3 32»v 
22 40B 
20 55B 
1 4W 
11 4B 
57 9B 

3 22W 
72 2W 

7 32* 
10 34B 

10 45B 

11 IOr 
43B 
.14 K 

,'i.') 52W 

10 39B 
9 .SB 

171 41s 

llK 

2 5i!W 
5 3«w 

4 :)9B 

24 4<iR 

19 m& 
136 50b 

4 42B 

22 6B 

11 SSB 

5 66B 
61 3w 

23 28B 
9 16B 
tt 3B 

15 4B 
13 28B 
)l 8B 
11 7b 
(i 34W 

20 47B 

11 l!)B 
19 lOB 

9 40N 

17 24E 

1 SIW 

39W 
35 22B 

12 44E 
45 L>9B 

12 SOB 

4 23W 
11 ^K 

10 20B 

7 51B 

18 20B 
23 45B 

5 25W 

11 59b 
61 45B 
51 44b 

13 49B 
4 44W 

6 22w 

6 21w 

3 49w 

4 l)>w 
4 26w 

2 llw 

1 low 
28 18B 
11 53B 

8 56B 

15 30B 

16 30W 

8 38W 

9 3«B 

11 69B 
88 44B 
18 28B 

8 30b 

12 14B 

7 6B 
4 41W 

6 lUB 

7 17b 
7 5lB 

74 low 
04 50W 
71 64W 

17 40B 
64 50w 
06 20W 
70 fi6W 

I8W 

3 8W 
ll>3 4W 



21 
15 
33 
27 
16 
25 
38 
7 
46 
17 
28 
25 
S4 
18 
18 
54 
25 
25 
67 
8 
8 
12 
18 
44 

44-1 
41 
18 
23 
21 
19 
60 
33 
24 
17 
S3 
21 
23 
31 
13 
3) 
22 
26 
13 
24 
16 
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43 
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28 
31 
9 
25 
21 
17 
S3 
•iZ 
9 
86 
38 
3.'< 
32 
9 
10 
10 
9 
9 

7 

10 

24 

32 

23 

24 

45 
13 

17 

82 

23 

24 

17 

24 

17 

lU 

18 

17 

17 

63 

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62 

32 

63 

63 

63 

29 

3i; 

49 



103 30W 4.0 
3 aow 29 30 

160 OB 41 
6 53W 30 
5 17w 30 
3 .')5w 30 



Gutipure, Itiver ...1.3 208 
Gimqueii ^.^^.........34 428 

Gnuijuiiarv), KivtrSO 278 
% Guiiwguolto Co. 9 ON 



Guiii'iiguiiraica 

Guarunca 

GuiiRip >ri 

Guaratiba 

(iuiir.ktinguetu 

Guarative. 

Guurntubn 

Guarnyos, 

Guardii 



7 IN 
13 14s 
fia 438 
22 598 
22 42s 
13 208 
25 508 
....13 2US 
40 3()N 



Guarda .........^....v^O 40n 

Guurda ... ....27 5(i8 



Guiirda, Lii. 

Guardatui, C. 

Guard amar 

Guardavulle 

Guardia.^^.. 

Guardia .................34 1.38 

Guardia.............s..34 2UN 

Guardia A Iflera ...41 5In 
Guardia Barca........3il 22n 

Guardia de..~.....,.17 5.58 

GuiU'dia, La......».42 31 n 

Guaruy U...... 

Guarey, Hiver.. 
sjiuariiMiiney .... 

Guarntey~. 
Guarroman 
Guarumo 
Guasan 

Guascamn, Port 
G uasco~.~K~..... 

Guasco Pto. ^, 
Guasco Uivur . 
Guaslita........... 

Guastalla .~~.. 
Guasuabu R. ... 

Guataro, Puiut 
X G iiatimala.... 

Guatiniala 
Guatla.^... 
Guatutas~...».....„2J 4.3s 

Guauiigrue ...........;!0 20n 

Guaviare River 

Guaxra 

Guayconio 

GuayinecH. 

± Guayana liritisli 6 On 

X Guayana, Dutch 4 On 

X Guayana, French 3 40n 

Guayana, Old ^^ 8 19n 

Guayaquil............ 2 128 

Guayaquil, Gulf of 3 588 
Guayavero, River 2 27n 
Guaynia River...... 8 'iXsn 

Guayinaro~.~.~...~..21 3n 
Guaynias .......^.....a? 84n 

Guaymas Uoupin il8 45n 



39 46n 
U SON 
38 4n 
38 33N 
14 308 



30 lOs 

,3(» 108 

.24 15N 

.10 58 

.38 12N 

. 5 SON 

.20 508 

.. 2 30N 

..28 278 

~28 278 

..18 t78 

...32 35N 

..44 5oN 

_21 33N 

.„!() 20N 

14 SON 

14 4-JN 

21 7N 



4 4N 

23 248 

_18 238 

13 35n 



' r »»^ww»»^<»»<s»»» 



Ouayor. 
Guayra, La 
Ouaza . 
Guazpe 
Guaziiniiri, Lake 
Gubbiu 
Guben . 
Gubenagur 



54N 
10 38N 
4 408 
.27 428 
15 208 
43 24N 
.61 65N 
3& ON 



Gudar........w............40 35N 

Guddra ........22 On 

Gudia, CI..............35 49N 

Gudina, La .........42 3n 

Gudji Dash .........37 40n 

Gudniundgra .......02 84n 

Gudum SO 32N 



Gue delongroy. 

Guelders.^.... 

Guelpli. 

Gueuuir 

(>uer 

Guerehe, La 

Gueret 

Guvrmie »...., 

Guernica .,.». 

Guernsey Isle 

GuoBselard 

Ouesseling. 

Guggisberg 

Ougitcheni... 

Guglielma.... 

Ouliry 

Guia 

Guiade, Capu 
Guia Da ...». 
± Guiana ...», 
i Guiana ...~. 
Ouia-parana R. 
Ouia-panuia K. 
Guiliarra Day .. 
Guiclien ............ 

Guiclien B. 
Guicliicovi., 



48 vUn 
61 3IN 
43 3f|N 
48 i:iN 
32 51 N 
.47 SON 

46 ION 

3!» ON 

...^43 lilN 
49 2SN 

47 53N 

48 IN 
vie 40N 

40 'l-Oi 

41 V3N 
27 3aN 

(i 4 ^ 

II 81N 

ISN 

3 ON 

IS 

248 

». 9 308 

....64 Sir/ 

..^47 57N 

.37 98 

,10 .ION 



02 26W 
71 32W 

59 SOW 
01 28W 

05 Ow 
7(( 30W 
40 25W 

43 SOW 

44 46W 

00 20W 
48 30w 
62 low 

7 18W 
10 lOB 
4« 32W 

3 3iw 
51 40B 

40 W 

16 30B 

60 28W 
67 14W 

55 85W 
14 43B 
96 46W 

01 17w 

2 34W 

56 40w 

57 22W 
104 51W 

78 6W 

3 40W 
74 40w 

60 28W 

78 35W 
71 OW 

71 15W 

72 l:i*V 
08 37B 

10 4IB 
m 6B 
OU SOW 

88 OW 
90 34W 
9) 1.3W 
69 SOW 
90 5UB 
08 lUW 

04 tti'it 

05 Ow 

89 lOw 
88 4<iw 

66 OW 
62 30w 

02 SOW 

79 60W 

80 OW 
72 65W 
69 25\v 
77 3w 

111 61 W 

112 OW 
62 26w 

60 66W 
£8 56W 
62 OW 
62 20W 

12 40B 
14 45B 
88 30B 

44W 

11 42B 
14 30B 

7 OW 
40 SOB 
17 48B 

8 27B 

1 43B 

6 19B 
80 20w 

7 25B 

6 34W 
1 14W 
1 SlB 

48 Ob 

8 44w 
S36W 

8B 
10 S4B 

7 20B 
88 4B 

13 38B 
85 8B 
34 68W 
74 OW 

67 66w 
.W OW 
rO OW 
(4 20W 

61 25W 

8 86W 

1 48w 
130 48B 

95 SW 
IB 



64 

53 

6.3 

hi 

52 

52 

64 

64 

54 

hi 

64 

6-' 

30 

17 

54 

30 

43 

29 

32 

64 

64 

64 

31 

49 

53 

29 

63 

64 

49 

82 

30 

62 

63 

83 

S3 

63 

53 

39 

31 

(39 

50 

49 

49 

49 

83 

40 

62 

53 

5:1 

49 

64 

84 

84 

62 

62 

63 

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52 

60 

49 

49 

62 

63 

83 

63 

62 

31 

84 

30 

89 



80 
36 
8tt 
86 
15 
21 
46 
IS 
44 
46 
16 
38 
88 
IS 
16 
S8 
17 
33 
31 
38 
64 
68 

6a 

CI 
61 
68 
6i 
18 
16 
56 
49 



^I**^*l##<»^l#*1 



Garvie L. 

Onrviebeg 

Oarvli 

G irvismoro Inn 

Garvock 



7 aiN 
57 2» 

57 IM 
56 49m 



4 37W ff 



Garway ^^ .^l 53N 

Garz .,^,,^.,.53 12N 

Oarzon ^^^^^ 2 8i« 

Gaaconde ^ 38 i2N 

t GH8cony.v.»~iA.»>..43 45N 
Gaieali „,,^^^^U riift 

Oa8ko........»,....«~>,^3 4N 

Caspar Isle .....^.^^ 2 3ns 

Ovpar, Strait of~. 2 SOs 
Gasparilla Inlet ^27 On 
Odspe Bay ~^~>~.48 43N 
Gaspe, C»pe.>«~,^48 44» 
X Gaspe, District 
of. 



Oassuin 
Oiutein 
Oasteren 
Onstliorpe 
Gaston ^ 
Oastourl . 
Oasturi 
Gaswai^y 
Oata. C. de 
Gatraoiise . 
Oa'.esiiead 
Gath 



.48 451* 
m 35N 

47 aw 

— 5.1 is 

52 25N 

3.) 3iN 

37 51 N 

,.,,„~3a 33N 

.25 5HM 

,^T6 42M 

54 fi3N 

^^###*«>.»54 57N 
31 47N 



Gath-hepher >.~.~^12 45N 
Uatinnud «...««.>.^5 44n 
Gatineau, River «^5 18n 



Gatli-rimmun 

Onton 

Gatrone 

OattaR. 

Oattchini 

Gattonside 

Oaub 




31 40N 

2 IN 

.24 46N 

31 458 

59 3.W 

36N 

.„50 5N 



Oancher, Pert la 4S AM 



Oa*idos 
Oauen . 
Oauer R. 
Oauerslund 
Oauif, Slieve 
Gaugir R. ^ 
Gauley, River. 
Gnulna ^^.^ 
t Gaulonitis 
Gaiilus 



~-34 50M 

.^7 14N 

..^ 41N 

~^5 40n 

44 7N 

33 40N 

38 ION 

.26 43N 

32 50N 

36 ON 



Gaurits, River 34 408 

Gausin ^^ 36 31 n 

Gktuts, Eastern 13 on 

Oauts, Western .^16 On 
Gautiitrask ^..^..M &6N 

Gautty .,..,,„.,..M 14N 

Gautum.^..»>^~.~J>3 ION 
Oauian .,,,„,,.„,„,A3 48n 
Gavalns >..,.««.»<»>«..38 26n 
Gavardin ,^^„,^2 SON 
Oavata Cape ......34 35n 

Gavereli es .<#^»*.»»^ « 50 18N 
uavi »*^»»»»<»»o#»< « x<44 42N 
Gavfao <^.....>~«..,^ a9N 

Gaviiii-ra, Mount 41 57n 
Gavilanes >.~^^w40 18N 
Oavio, Mount «.«...,46 24n 
tiavnoe ^~~.^.^^.<55 18n 



Oavrioi R. 
Gawakan 
Gawler Mt, 
Oawler Port 
Uawler R. ^. 
Gawler Range, 
Gawsworth 
Oawulgur 
Gayali 
Gaydon 



Gaylea 

Qayton 

Gayur R. 

Uaywood 

Gasa 

Oasa 

Gaca 

Gasali. 

Oazeila 

Oaielon 

Uaiicliio~, 

Oasieli, El 

Gdov, 



.38 35N 

20 34N 

338 

14 398 
34 288 
.'12 408 
03 I4N 

L>1 21 N 



54 27N 
52 46N 
.2U 45N 

31 27N 
'i5 2liN 
36 29N 
~,29 i»3N 
;» 56N 

41 7n 

42 4&N 
26 13N 



^ Geam, Locb>~,.,.w58 UN 

Geanies ^^>«....>^57 60n 
Ueares >.^.~,~,^.57 34n 
Geasliill ,,^.^.^^tii I4n 
Ueba <^«~>..^.».,^1 53n 
Ueba ^.^^.....^^.JSX Mn 



U«bu~. 



18 aON 



4 23wr 
4 6IW 

4 31W 
2 26W 
2 48v<r 

5 57" 
14 I6R 
75 35W 
91 24W 

Ob 

36 SOa 

2 27W 

18 43B 
107 5B 
107 10b 

82 33nr 
64 18nr 

64 'C'v 

65 SOW 
10 IB 

13 6B 

6 4IB 

MB 
86 41W 
21 16H 

19 54B 

77 35B 
2 14n 
4 9W 

1 37W 

34 6-2B 

35 20B 

1 OB 
75 44wr 

34 55B 
4 S6W 

14 38B 
116 lOB 
30 IB 

2 46v«r 

7 46B 

3 l!)a 

24 2B 

8 58B 

4 30nr 

9 4lB 

8 42W 
46 5R 
81 low 
74 32B 

35 43it 
14 I2B 
2! &2k 

5 I4W 

78 40B 

74 OB 
10 25B 

I5wr 
A 48B 

25 54B 
24 8B 
24 32B 
33 OB 

9 55B 
8 5IB 

7 52«r 

8 I7W 
4 53w 

10 29b 

11 37B 
22 40B 
53 25B 

139 4B 
138 90b 
138 47K 
135 40B 
2 9W 
77 J8B 

at* IB 

1 saw 

! 49W 
34B 

75 47B 
?6b 

;)4 27 k 
47 27* 

47 5K 
66 38B 

48 I5B 
35 35 B 
19 2UK 
32 2»B 
27 58B 

4 46W 

5 MW 

6 l<W 

7 18W 
35 14B 
3S ISB 
14 30W 



9 

9 

9 

9 

8 
18 
24 
62 
47 
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36 

9 
33 
40 
40 
48 
46 
46 

46 
25 
23 
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34 
34 
39 
29 
10 

7 
37 
37 
16 
46 
S7 
30 
42 
57 
27 
10 
22 
15 
59 
17 
10 
25 
12 
36 
47 
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37 
59 
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39 
39 
26 
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33 
34 

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36 
15 
31 

30 

30 

30 

31 

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34 

38 

56 

56 

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66 

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39 

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7 

8 

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69 

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33 
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16 
69 
18 
21 
24 

46 
17 
59 
18 
69 
22 
42 



Genevez .....„^r.^\1 \h^ T^i T, 
Genevre, Mont — 45 ON 6 40B 31 
Gengenbach...»,..^48 24n 8 2B 22 

Genii, River 37 39n 5 llw 30 

Genipapo ^..ii^^o 8 35s 44 36w 54 

Genlig .^^ ...47 16n S 12b IS 

Gennan ...«..«..>..<.<35 55n 37 2b 36 

Gennep .^ ^.JbX 42n 5 58B 18 

Gennesareth, 

Lakeof....~.~>..M32 50N 35 36b 37 
Genoa ...«.,.........44 30n 8 55B 31 

1 Genoa 44 17n 8 49b 31 

Genoa, Gulf of ,.M ION 8 5oB 31 
Genoese Tn. See 

the Bospliorua ^ 
Genolhac .,.,.,,,,^\A 20n 3 67b 
GenouUlat.,.~.......^6 21 n 1 58b 

Oensis -..>,.<«, — ..44 30N 19 8B 

Gent o.....^ .,.51 53N 6 58B 

Genthin ^.. .52 23n 12 I7b 

Genthln...........~..».5a 22N 12 13B 

Gentilly 

(Lower Canadi046 28n 72 \^'W 
Gentod .,^.^..^V\ 15n 6 IIb 
Genua ~~.....>~.~.44 26n 8 48b 

Genum ......>. J3 21n 5 51b 

Genuaus R. >. .A\ 5n 19 30B 

Gen»ingen...>.^,.,...49 52N 7 57 b 
GeogoBalwy ..,,.^16 ION 13 5(iB 
Geographe, 

Bale du.>..^.^...33 308 1I5I8b41,57 
± George ..^..^...Ja 408 82 40a 44-1 
George L. (dry) ,JX!> 58 149 28B 56 
George, Lake .......43 40n 73 30w 47 

George Lake ......34 558 149 SOB 41 

George's R. ........4! 208 148 25b 57 

George Town ......33 S8S 2'i S3b 44-1 

George Town .......41 1(« 146 .'>7b 57 

Georgetown 

(S. Carolina) .~33 20n 79 2lnr 48 
Georgetown 
(Pr. Edward's 
Isle) ............... 

Georgetown (Bri 
lish Guayana)... 6 54N 

Georgetown .........38 40n 

Georgetown .......^ 1 9 18n 

Georgetown.~.~....33 ISn 

George's Town 

(Pertlishiro)~..~56 40N 4 24W 10 

Georgeliam .......^51 9n 4 12w 8 

Georgenburg .......54 41 n 21 45b 24 

Georgeville ....^.^45 IOn 72 I5w 46 

± Georgia ........wtl 20n 46 Ob 28 

X Georgia Si ON 83 lUw 48 

Georgia, Gulf uf 
(Western Ter- 
ritory )............^0 On 125 Ow 45 

Georgia Isle 
(South Atlnntic)64 40s 36 30\T 51 

Georgia, New, 
Isles 8 208 157 40b 41 

Georgian Bay .^.^45 ION 81 Ow 46 

Georgian Isles, 
Nortli~«...~.~.~.76 On 

% Georgiana~..~.~..'M IO8 

Georgievsk ............43 5!)n 

Georgio8.....»..........'l7 49n 

Georgitsa ....^.......37 ion 

Oer.....................43 Un 

Gerabronn .........4'J IliN 

Gerace ............ :i8 16n 

Geraka Pt. .....^....'17 42n 

Geraki .....».......~.36 59n 

Gerar ........^......^ll 22n 



.46 I3N 62 35W 46 



58 24W 52 

75 I9W 47 

81 30W 50 

84 29nr 47 



Genua 

Gerau, Great 

Gerba 

Oer Deny's Isle . 

Gerdoba 

Mounts ...~»... 
Oerdunen ....w..., 

(ierecourt ........ 

Oerenia ...~. .... 

wpror 0»»»*^^^ 00*^^*^. 
GerWn ...., 

Gergal. .~ 
Gerga: ..... 

Gorr.esiio , 
Ge'gyvecz 
Gjrisa~.~.... 

(jerizim Mt 
Gerlos 
Gurma 
German 



32 2<>N 

wt9 56N 

;0 45N 

3 328 



105 Ow 


45 


149 22K 


56 


43 6B 


38 


22 408 


34 


21 ItiK 


34 


3W 


16 


9 a^B 


23 


16 12a 


33 


21 la 


34 


29 42a 


34 


34 42a 


37 


25 32a 


59 


36 OB 


37 


8 25B 


22 


10 48B 


59 


153 26B 


41 



.JO r.< 

..54 I9N 
..49 An 
.JX) 53N 
w-il 55N 
28 50N 
.17 9n 
:ill 46N 
32 43N 
!.■> 51 N 
W 6n 
W I3N 
17 I6N 
J9 20N 
38 IIN 
X Germania ~~...~52 ON 
Gemianlcia ........J7 24n 

Geraia (Ancient 
Capitat of Fci- 
Riin) ............M..26 25n 

Oennuno ^^.......^41 33n 



42 
94 
15 
34 
37 
43 
29 
38 
37 
93 
69 
37 
S3 



Oheack ...~.~.......50 68n 

Oheiian K 39 7^ 

Ghelenchik Buy .~44 22N 

X Ghenneli ~. 24 40N 

Ghenneh 
Ghcnpoali 
Ghent .»... 
Ghenvartaov 
Gherando 
Ghereysh, el 
Gherlitza ...m.^^... 
Ghesan Ras 
Gheve . 

Ghialtra ^ 

Ghiaroung R. .......29 5SN 

Ghietsok L. ... 31 28n 

Gliigliansk 66 45N 




X Ghil 

t Gliil.in 

Ghilan 

Ghildeu 

X GhiUaik 

Ghimes . 

Ghiinines 

Ghimoretsk 

Ghioui 

Ghirlarsa 

Gliirone . 



„,J2 15N 

— 37 ON 

....42 l/N 

,44 23N 




24 30b 

21 I6B 
2 la 

22 13B 
35 3b 

34 68b 
2 44W 

45 60H 

35 38B 
17 la 

14 6«tB 
35 14B 
13 4B 
31 54b 36,59 

23 9lB 34 

15 OB 58 
37 AB 59 



14 OB 4» 
13 47B 31 



.48 25N 

.^ 31 40N 

..-61 7N 
..m37 36n 
,«,40 7i« 
.wl6 33N 



Ghirza ...............44 3N 

Ghirza ............... J l 30N 

Gliistel ....... ~.~...51 9N 



Oliiustendet . 
t Ghiitili 
Ghiseh ^ 
Ghisnee . 
Glinilovak 
Ghuniu 
Glioosablee 
Ghoot Isle. 
Ghor, el 
X Ohor, El 



w42 13N 
..30 ON 
..30 ON 



-33 37N 
51 I5N 

36 22N 

25N 
^..23 52N 
I 5n 
.~J0 50N 
Ghoruyr, Weil of -30 ON 
Uhorian .....>.........34 32N 

Giiorka 27 53n 

Ghoroma .....-....^10 55N 

Ghoubdorsk ........60 71* 

Ohoumnichtchi ^hi\ :vjh 

Glious i5 52N 

Ghotisghur 29 34N 

Ghoust, or Kou8~.'25 3!(N 

Ghoiion .«) 3:)N 

Gliraat ...............:.'5 On 

Ghreznouklia .. .~50 29n 
Gliuablmllin......~.56 34N 

Ghudhaghidh, W. .30 ION 
Gliuiveln......^......;n 2.3N 

Ghuibuln ............36 .'UN 

Ghiununljina 
Ghumymut 
Huzarali. 



..35 



Ohundowsee.~~..~.28 
Ghunpoora 
Ghuran ...» 
Gliuree 
Ghurair. W.. 
Ghurendel 
Ghurkee 
Ohurundei, W, 
Ghurundel, W, 
Oliusnee 



2N 

ON 
MN 

16 35N 
....38 32N 

29 ON 
.-.29 40N 

47 N 

30 ."nN 
-.30 55N 
-JW 15N 
v-33 35N 
.-.28 26N 

23 21 N 
..24 I4N 
..33 31N 

OlalptdU — 38 HN 

Giant's Causeway 55 I3n 
* Giaregivola— ~:u 48n 
Giamiona-.— — .37 47n 

Oibara .-..-. 21 I2n 

Gibeah 31 52n 

Gibel Abou Der- 

ra^c. 
Gibel el Uliarb 
Gibel el Titb 
Uibel Ezxoit-.. 



Ohvasheea, W.. 
Glij-rshe 
Ghysabad 
Giah 



39 I8N 
.25 ON 
'i9 I5N 
,27 55N 

Gibel Kallulu,S. -28 34n 

Gibel Rainli 

Gibello 

Gibeon 

8 Giblites 

Oibio Mt. 

Gibraltar 

OlBRALTAa. 

Plan or 

GIbniltur 

(Columbia) — SAN 
<}ibraltar,8traltof.16 on 
GIbsonport ——.35 58N 

Gibutto 37 17N 

Gicusus -.——.37 3&N 
Giddiiia -.-.—..49 36N 




5 28K 
41 OB 
37 3UB 

33 OB 
32 47a 
08 37B 

3 43B 
53 27B 

8 26Mr 
36 46B 

50 48a 
41 40a 
27 32B 
98 67B 
84 WB 

83 lOB 
185 95B 

67 OB 
49 25B 
81 41B 
27 40B 

133 30a 
18 15a 
90 SB 
35 83B 

34 43a 
8 62a 
8 57B 

22 50B 
15 OB 
8 59B 
22 66a 
31 15a 

31 16a 

68 48a 

51 55a 
95 31 a 
77 6a 
77 AOwr 

35 SOB 
35 26B 
.34 3B 
61 I8B 

84 25B 
I 45B 

66 30B 
43 20R 

32 47B 

77 25B 
32 49B 
53 5R 
II 16B 
45 2IB 

5 IW 
.34 4UB 
35 6k 

64 18K 

85 18B 

65 I5B 

78 45B 

78 2K 

37 lOR 
6» 3UK 

34 lUB 
X> 47B 

67 30B 

35 36B 

32 55a 37, 

68 I3B 

38 96a 

39 45a 

79 60B 
77 47R 
84 30B 

6 3U«r 
42 198 
21 43B 
76 SOW 
35 15a 

.33 SSa 
.30 30B 
X\ 94 a 
.-« 18B 

33 12B 
30 40B 

10 8B 

35 108 

35 40B 

147 3RB 

6 '»m 



71 8W 
5 .36w 
88 63W 
14 IIB 
36 56B 
ltt92B 



50 68M 

K. 3!) 7f 

iiik Buy ..M 22N 
leli >.~>..w24 40V 

tli U 18N 

tsov f 1 26N 

lo ..^..........^Sa 32N 

li, el 32 87M 

nK R ^ Mir 

{ L. ^ 3> 28M 

66 A!>n 

.,^ OM 

wta 17" 

.44 2:)N 

w~~^.~48 2flM 

>8~.~. 31 40N 

Bttk ......^.61 7n 

.~J7 36W 

|ta 40 Jn 

.,.A6 33N 







iriel 
h ^ 



sk 

ilee 

8l«, 



42 i3N 
30 UN 
.30 ON 
-33 37N 
M l&N 

36 22N 

27 25N 

--23 62N 

I M 
SON 

Wellof-JO ON 
32N 
27 KJN 
10 S5N 
.60 7N 
M .■<7N 
•25 52N 
21) 34N 



IB #M 

lonk -. 
nichtchi 

hur 



, or Koiig.~25 3!»N 
OM 



lOuklta 
mlliru 



, .-50 2ttN 
-Mi 34N 



ighidb, W. .10 ION 
in— ~~— :u r.w 

inljina ..—41 2n 

rmut 

trails 



5 :^UK 
41 08 
37 aOK 

33 01 
32 47* 
08 37K 

3 43S 

83 27« 
8 26W 

36 46a 
9W48B 
41 40a 
27 32a 
2S S7a 

84 Wa 

83 loa 
1X5 25a 

67 Oa 
49 25B 
ai 4ia 
27 40a 

133 30a 
18 isa 
20 SB 
35 S3a 

34 43a 
8 6:ia 
8 A7B 

22 50B 
15 OB 
2 59B 
22 fi6B 
31 I6B 

31 16B 

68 48B 
51 55B 
25 31 a 
77 6B 
77 flow 

35 30B 
35 25B 
34 3B 
61 I8M 

84 258 
I 458 

56 308 
43 208 
3^ 478 
77 258 

32 498 
53 58 
II 168 
45 21 B 

5 IW 

34 4UB 

35 68 
64 188 
25 lUB 



JU 



Dwsee— -,.28 



ON 
MM 



oora 

1 

» 



idel 



16 35N 
:18 32N 

•ii) ON 

.-.29 40N 
47 N 

ndel, W. .-30 55n 
ndel. W. -.29 15n 
ee ———33 35N 
.28 2AN 



leea, W.. 

16 

Mtd 



UN 
33 31N 



Ito ..-. 38 HN 

iCauaeway 55 I5n 
'egi*ol8-~~:)3 48N 
DRH— .—— .37 47n 

\ . .»....«.<.. — " I IcN 
I .».....> ».*.><.tfl d!cN 

Abou Der- 

29 18it 

)l niuirb -.25 ON 
ilTitb —29 I5N 
BzxoiU—— 27 55N 
Kalliila, 8. ^8 34N 




19 
36 
28 
43 
43 
40 
19 
28 
44 
37 
33 
35 

27 
34 
89 

35 
38 
38 
31 
33 
35 
33 
42 
27 
34 
32 
17 
33 
43 
19 
33 
43 
4.'!i 

an 

28 
34 
39 
50 
S7 
43 
43 
38 
39 
42 
27 
^7 
43 
39 
43 
38 
44 
28 
10 

(to 

37 
33 



38 
39 
39 
36 
38 
60 
60 
39 
37 



65 158 
78 458 

78 28 
37 108 
R» 3U8 
»t lUK 
35 478 

67 3(ia 
35 368 
:t2 558 37.43 

68 liB 38 
33 25B 
33 45a 

79 50B 
77 478 
X4 9)8 

6 9DW 
42 198 
31 438 
76 SOW 
35 158 



43 
43 

39 
39 
34 
13 
36 
3ft 
50 
36 



9 25N 
tHr,StraUofn6 on 
iport ,— .-J5 58N 

IB »#»#»i»^»»< *#» J/ 9wtf 

la ——..43 3GN 



33 S5B 
30 308 
3'i 84B 
:t3 188 
33 12B 
30 408 
10 88 
35 108 
35 408 
147 3R8 
5 20W 



71 8W 
5 36W 
88 53W 
14 llB 
36 56a 
I8 83B 



43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
31 
37 
37 
56 
30 

89 

A3 
30 
48 
33 
59 



Gills 58 37N 

UilmanMleugli 55 28n 

Ollmerton 55 54N 

Oilolo, Isle 40N 

tiilpL 50 3N 

Oilpaigou— — — S) 19n 
Oilphead .» — — 56 4n 
GiltU —,——33 30N 
Olmble 52 4n 

Oimmlng ——Mi .'iON 
Oimiuoe — — — ~I5 2n 
Qlmont — .—.—.43 ii7N 
OiUUBO OT— — — '<1 65N 
OiaaisentoMts. -.40 on 

i9 7" 
6 4N 



Oineta 

Oingere H 

Oinou —..—40 33N 

GinBlieini —. —4 9 58N 

Gloia —,———40 48N 

Gioja 38 26N 

Uioja^ Gulf of 38 30N 

Glording— — 56 22N 

Giorgio Agio I 37 2HN 

Oiorgios Ag.— .37 2:iN 
Giorf, Mount— ~46 UN 
Giornico— — . 46 22n 



Giorslov. 



0m*^0^^**^*^0^ ^ ^ 



Oiottrup 

Gloun 

Giour Jebel 

Giova O. of. 

Giovenaszo 

Gioui 

Giovi, Mount 

Gipantnna, River- 8 10a 

X Gipp* Land— ,-.38 Os 

Gir Fl. — 13 30N 

Oirade — — Ji7 7" 
Gitaglia, Isle -.-.43 3n 
Giralata, Point -...42 23n 



55 22N 

.—.57 4N 

29 <;3n 

.-.■J5 5dN 

— 37 On 

.41 12N 

.29 43N 

59N 



Girapotni ....—,—....<>> 
Girivdeuii, River 37 
Girnup —.—.—20 
Gird-Kuh ——.-.31 
Gltdleness Light — ..'>7 



Gireft 
Giregt— . 
Oirfoh W. 
% Girgeli . 
Girgcn — . 
Girislik— . 
Glrislik 
Girlest 
tilrnar Mt. 
(iiniegoe < 
Ginm 



3N 
18N 
ON 

43N 

)1N 
7N 
7N 



#»*^#<*i#»— 



2» 

.-.wii :UN 
-.'ie 25N 

-.26 lUN 
'5 3HN 

I 4<*N 

4 23N 

26 2()N 

58 26N 

7 I7N 



% Gironde, 

Departiuent of-.44 ftlN 
Gioytltam —50 l:{N 
Glrri .»-......■...— .. 3 , ' l 32n 



Uinuplia 
Girtlion . 
Girton, 
Girvan. 



.14 UN 

54 40N 

-52 15N 

UN 




Girvan, River —55 I5n 

Gisbome Mi 

Gisborougli 

Glsbume 

Giica!i 

Gisli. Mount 

Gislay 

Glwi 

Gitachbv 

Oltsnel ———.42 .'«i8 

Gitteskaal— — Ii7 vn 

GiumagUo ——.46 I6n 

Giurgevo —43 55n 

Givet— — — 50 7n 

Givroul —.—50 IN 

Giikok -.-.-.-.-.^ 35N 

GJat — — ,— 55 35N 

Ginbebecke— ,^1 3n 

Glabury — . 53 3n 

Glack —57 17N 



GUck — • 
Gladbacli . 
Gladebrug., 



GIndenbuch . 
GladAeM. 
Glado 
Gladov 



.57 57N 

-..-.51 I3N 
53 53N 
-50 44N 



7 37N 
37M 

dUlmock —5,% 37N 
Qhunnitv..— ...-56 37n 
Olammis Castle ..JX, 37n 
Olauiorgiui —.43 58 
t Oliiinorgiuisliire 51 36N 
Glanictcli— 44 2N 



Olaimkilly 
Olanbrnn 



ai 44N 
4N 



3 low 
3 6W 
3 7W 
128 108 
ft 38W 
fiO 158 

5 27W 
10 4Aa 

7 37B 

6 188 

10 7b 
32 408 

52B 

34 578 
9 308 

35 20a 
3 Ow 

80 13a 
16 44a 

8 188 
16 57a 
15 56a 

15 52a 

8 188 
23 568 
32 28 

9 128 

8 5,38 
13 20b 

9 148 

82 218 

34 128 
28 08 

16 428 

83 2^8 

11 288 
62 4UW 

147 108 
23 08 
10 208 

9 2:^8 
8 308 

25 498 
89 30iir 
7<) 358 

56 108 

2 3w 

57 448 
»7 448 

31 508 

32 08 
31 558 

58 378 
64 188 
23 538 
70 508 

3 Iw 

73 iw 

31W 

5 34W 
78 88 

74 458 

4 9W 

78 
4 59W 
4 50W 

146 48a 

1 3W 
•t 15W 

35 S7B 

10 OB 

6 64W 

1 478 

15 21a 
70 15«r 
13 :»B 

8 42B 
26 im 

4 50a 

5 3lB 
60 188 
34 50W 

8 348 
3 IkW 

3 20W 
8 6W 

6 268 
lU '11* 

8 328 

4 87W 
a 33W 

33 378 
4 18W 
8 &7w 

2 67wr 
148 08 

3 40W 

16 478 
940W 
% 41W 



9 
10 
10 

a". 

10 
38 
10 
59 
81 
17 
25 
42 
16 
87 
32 
37 
29 
39 
33 
22 
32 
32 
32 
35 
34 
34 
31 
17 
25 
35 
38 
43 
36 
33 
38 
31 
54 
56 
58 
25 
31 
31 
33 
48 
39 
38 

9 
38 
38 
43 
43 
43 
38 
38 
33 
39 

9 
83 

16 

8 

39 

39 

10 

8 

10 

10 

56 

7 

7 

37 

31 

a 

18 
33 
81 
36 
»7 
38 
18 
19 
88 

n 

19 

8 

9 

9 

31 

25 

33 

P 

9 

83 

10 

10 

10 

87 

8 

33 

13 

8 



Glen Armey.. 
Olen Ary — , 
Glen Avon « 
Glen Bucki-... 
Glen Cairn 



sfio^gnw^ 



56 I8N 
—55 43N 

56 19N 

57 4N 

GlenCannich 57 21 n 

Olen Coluinbkill-.54 43N 
Glen Cuul -.——.58 12N 
Olen Docliart —56 25n 
Olen Erochie— .56 4.'iN 
GKn Falloch ».— 5<i 22N 
Olen Farg— ,56 IKn 

Olen Fine 56 18N 

Glen Kirk-.— —.57 2^n 
Gisn Livet -,—^7 19N 
Olen'Lochv ——.56 30N 
Olen Lougli — — .85 ;n 
Olen Magna— —.52 34n 

Olen Murk 56 56m 

Glen More — A...Ji7 50n 
Glen Nevis — — .JMi 44n 

Olen Ogle 56 25N 

Olen Q'lecli .——56 32N 
* O'en. RiveK— 28 888 
Glen, River— —.52 52n 
Glen Sliiel -.— 67 On 

Oion Sliira 56 UlN 

Olen Tig 55 6N 

Glen Tromie-.— 57 ON 
Glen Turit -.—..56 86n 
Glen Urquliart -.57 21n 

Olenacardoch 55 35N 

OlenadeLake — Z\ 24n 

Olenan, Island 47 4?n 

Olenahff, River -.55 4n 
Olenarm— . — 54 57n 
Oleniuiney Ilo. -JHi 21 n 
Glennskall— .-.53 18n 

Olcnastill .'■S 38n 

Glenayy— .— ~-')4 .'J5n 

GlenMrr -.——.56 22n 

Glenbervie —.56 55n 

Olenbuck — — 5.> 33n 

Olenbucket— — .■'^>7 13n 

Glencaird 

Glencaim 

Glencaim 

Oleneaple 

Olenctuunber 

Glenco — 

Olencurse 

Glencrow 

Olendaruel 

Glendebblo 

Olendbining 

Glendoan Mount-.54 58N 

Gleiidow ........ — .58 UN 

Gleneagles — -Ji6 ISN 

Glenelg 57 12n 

Olenelg ——.34 57p 
1 Glenelg— —30 528 
Olenelg B.-.-.-.-57 UN 
Glenelg Hills 
Olenelgi River 
Glenelg, River 
Glenerepdale 
OleneuNlyn. 
Olenfeocnau 
Olenfield 
Olentlne 
Gleiiflnnanlnn— 56 53n 
Glenfuek ——56 54N 

OlengadUead 55 21 n 

Olenipkirden —..-.57 6n 
Glengariffilarbour51 44N 
Glengarune —.83 20N 
' Olengary-. — . .45 15N 

.Jbi 36N 
.—55 27N 

56 I8N 

.55 34N 

ION 

56 19N 

56 44N 



4 

3 
3 
4 
7 
1 
3 
4 
8 
4 
3 
151 

8 
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lengavel . 
Olengonner 
Glengyle 
Olenbolni . 
Olenlioul . 
Olenisha . 
Glenitla 
Olenkindy. 
Olenkindy 
Olenlee 
Olenlougb 
Glenluce 
Olenmallon 
Glenmore— — 56 52n 
Glenuiore —56 4iN 
Olenniurdoch —86 34n 
Glennie Is. -.-.-.39 5i 
Glenocber — — 58 a4N 
Olenocby —55 17N 
Glenoe —.84 48n 
Glenordiy— — 56 24n 
Glenurraiston —85 36n 

Olenqulch— . 50 44n 

Glenrasie ——54 .'ittN 




8 4w 

2 60W 
4 22w 

3 7w 

4 84W 
8 45w 
4 55W 
4 25v«r 

3 58W 

4 39W 

3 23w 
80W 
85w 
20\V 
25w 
51 W 

2wr 

3w 
48W 

2W 
17W 
52nr 
388 

2W 
22w 

OW 
44 85W 

4 2w 

3 85W 

4 45W 
8 43W 
8 16W 
4 Ow 
6 4W 
.%57W 
4 Iw 
8 »w 
6 Svlw 

6 r^w 

8&3W 

3 24W 

4 2W 

3 4W 

4 34W 
4 48W 
3 5IW 
3 36w 

45w 

7W 

li'w 

4yw 
llw 
l«w 
7w 
low 

5<iW 

4aw 
34W 



4 

5 
3 
4 
5 
6 
3 
8 
4 
3 
5 



3 
8 
1 
4 

8 
2 
7 
3 



l:« 338 
116 408 
8 36W 
118 24B 
140 35B 
124 35B 

8 4CW 
45W 
26W 
13W 
49W 
32W 
55W 
low 
13W 

9 3IW 
8 4SW 

74 40W 
4 OW 

3 47w 

4 33w 
3 37W 

12W 

lyw 

16W 

5»W 

3w 

I3W 

I9w 

47w 

36W 

39W 

8 55W 

6 6W 

146 14B 

3 41W 

4 30W 
8 49W 
4 56W 
3 OW 

3 88W 

4 84W 



4 
8 
3 
2 
3 
4 
8 
4 

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3 



10 

10 

10 
9 
9 

12 
9 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 
9 
9 

10 

12 
8 
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9 

10 

10 

10 

56 
8 
9 

10 

10 
9 

10 
9 

10 

12 

16 

12 

12 

10 

13 

10 

13 

10 
9 

10 
9 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 
9 

10 

12 
9 

10 
9 

86 

67 
9 

87 

56 

41 

10 

8 

10 

8 

10 

10 

9 

12 

9 

13 

13 

46 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

10 

12 

10 

9 

9 

10 

10 

5«i 

10 

10 

12 

10 

10 

9 

10 



IIUUIIIUIBI —.—.—.— .,11 V^ 

Gobu — — . 3.1 43S 

Oobal — .. '27 35N 

Gubel— — 52 2N 

Ooberunee -.-—32 17n 
% Gobi, Desert of 30 50N 
Gobi, or Bhauio->tO 30n 
Oobinguiige —.-.25 6n 

Goch 51 41N 

Oocurnum— — >4 S3N 

Oodalmiiig 'A UN 

Godavery, River-.IG 20N 

~ .51 llN 

.43 4UN 
.34 88 
.49 4C'N 
.48 51 N 
.51 56N 
. 5.J 26N 



GoddeUlieim 
Oodericli -.- 
X Oodericli - 
Ooderville— . 
Guding 
Oodingtoii—.— ... 

Godliiise 5.'< 26N 

Oodinnncliester -,.'J2 20N 
Godullo -.—-.-47 35N 

Godrevy Id 50 13N 

Godshitl— -.-oO 39N 

Oodktone —.—,^1 I4N 
Ooeclmre —.—-.58 34N 
Guedereede —.51 4UN 
Goel -.-.-.-.— 00 3()N 

Ooei 31 2aN 

Ooellandlsle 57 5n 

Goeiiei «— — 48 26> 
X Ooeree —,-.51 47" 
Goerx .»-.-,— .45 5fN 

Goes — .— 51 Vm 

Gogaun Burra L. 51 IMS 
Gogaon ——21 52N 
Oogar . — W.5.'/ 5()N 

Oogeh 'iX 40N 

Gogna, River -. -45 6n 
Oogoachi —.-.44 26n 
Gogrn River— 28 32n 

Oolianiili -. ;^9 6n 

Guiirisch ——.—.51 24n 
Gobud — .— ::6 26N 
Goilliead, Loch -.56 IOn 



150 128 

33 448 

12 108 

64 228 

90 OB 

103 08 

89 a»B 

6 78 

74 20B 

37w 

81 458 

8 40B 

81 49W 

116 558 

22b 
17 68 

1 4W 
6 498 
low 

19 21B 
5 24w 



Ooilz 

Ooirle 

Goito 

Goiida 

OoK-Hunur 

Gok Innak 

Goksa 

Ool 



-.54 17n 
51 30n 
45 15n 
34 58N 
38 29N 
,41 34N 
37 48N 
37 15N 



Golalsle -.—.55 6n 

Oolakee 29 57n 

Golan —.-...32 d4N 

Golawarry 22 42n 

GolcondaN.Circarsl? 41n 
Golconda (Hyde- 
rabad) -.—.17 24n 
Golconda (Illinoi»}37 20n 
X Gold Coast — 6 On 
Gold Point —.26 508 
Ooldap ——.54 1!>N 

Goldastchelsk 65 54N 

Ooldbeck — — .Vi 54n 



Goldberg 
Goldburg — 
Ouldhanger 
Ooldingen - 
Ooldingtoii 
Goldsboro 



— 51 



8n 

3lN 

51 44N 
.56 54N 
.52 8N 
44 27 N 



*0**^*'»^^m 



Golxow —.. 
Gonial R. ~. 
* Ciomegne 
Ooinel — , 
Qoniera, Ixle 
Oomersall Pt, 
Gometray Iitle— 56 31 n 
Gomes. Lake — -::4 35a 
Gomel VelHSCO -.-.O 82N 
Ooniniem .——..53 8n 

Gomphi — ,..M-'t9 40N 

GuuiuitI -.-.—— .53 2M 



1 


4 
3 
9 



Ooldsbaw Bootb-.53 45N 

Golegao -. 39 23n 

Golfete.El —.11 3un 
QolgolR. — 34 108 
Oolgol Retreat —3:1 508 
Ctolgoi — — .:i5 3(JN 
Golgrove 8d. — 6U .'<7n 
Goliaevy Isle —68 58n 
Ooliany — — .— 56 43n 
Golisb, Ben —.57 84n 
Golnow -.-.—-.53 37N 

Oolo, River 42 32N 

Golovnin, or Ilope 

Point ——68 ION 
Oolten — — Jil &7n 
GoUoie -.——.-.87 68n 

GolublnskH 48 48N 



17N 

ION 

48N 

52 86N 

-.28 ION 

.U 48N 



17w 
6W 

60w 

588 

lOB 

103 408 

9 448 

21 208 

3 568 

13 428 

3 548 

9 i7w 

75 488 

3 19w 
7-2 22a 

8 548 
23 248 
80 458 

76 408 
13 178 
78 248 

4 51W 
13 238 

5 :« 

10 428 

1 78 

37 1H8 

34 :'58 
39 578 

38 158 
8 22W 

68 278 

35 508 
86 :i68 
83 308 

78 278 
88 i'2w 

1 30W 
32 508 
32 188 
43 408 
10 358 
15 528 

12 58 
458 

21 .V8 

25W 

67 49W 

2 17W 

8 3lw 
70 15W 

142 158 

142 3(18 

34 l.iB 

57W 
55 208 
53 208 

5 15W 
14 58 

9 318 

\m 30W 

13 36a 

3 5«w 
19 4B 
43 338 
12 408 
69 58 
43 2a 
31 58 
17 40W 

1 39W 

6 UW 
61 20w 

8 25W 
11 .MiB 
81 4''R 
II SB 



.56 
43 
31 
38 
35 
55 
38 
21 
3il 
8 
39 

4« 

57 
15 
33 

8 
18 

8 
23 

8 

8 

8 

9 
18 
26 
55 
25 
23 
18 
23 
18 
13 
39 
10 
39 
31 
33 
39 
39 
21 
39 
10 
24 
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31 
44 
36 
36 
36 
36 
12 
38 
51 
39 
39 

39 

48 

42 

44- 

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27 
21 
24 
21 

8 
27 

8 

47 

30 
52 
5f 
.^f 
59 
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27 
27 
9 
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31 

45 
24 

9 
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28 
24 
39 
36 
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42 

7 
10 
83 
30 
24 
59 

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(iix>niri»tAn 
Ciiwirywan 

GiH)8 

Ciroose. lsle~>. 
OoO'iimrgli _<w. 
(tootie ,....«...., 

<iiK)iy 
(iiMity 
(io'i/.fl IliMar 



-47 

_.;h 


15 




(r.HiziiH Kliustii 31 

(iopalapoor ....^—24 
(iopulapoor ^— .— S.^ 

OopaiiR ,.... j5 

OopciiHUt 
Gop'mi 
Goppingen 
Uor — 
lioru 

(iora 
GorHSidii 
Gorbatov 
(ionlt Point 
(iordi 

(tiirlit.HiKiin I'r. 
(•onliiiiii 
(•oriiola 
Gordon Castle 
(Jiinlon, I'ort 
Gorttoii U.,^^ 

tliir.lon H. 

(innliin I< 

G.ir<).)ii, Wtat .W 

G'.nl'in's 

Ftmiitiin ~.<~ — 31 
Gii'-i1.m«fnwn _— J7 

• Gore B. , 43 

t Gore District -.43 
( ! oree - ...'^^ 

• •iiroo .„,-,— ,..„.>„'J 4 
CorvvHiil.'i <...— __„1.-; 
Gor>'Kliiiii|i; -^___lrt 

• ioro-. Isle (» 

Gores i'oiiits .—I" 
G,(ri!.liri(lkt.' ^i 

(innv, lie N«.'«'- 

(J<ir,'.iil.j_„„__l I 

tiorwciiy —46 

Giir:;iina ~— 9 

(;-ir;.'iim, lale .^.^ i 

<;ii,'wnz,|l:« iS 

<< •rjjiiH-ln.-vatz 43 

(i.ri 42 

G lrl.ltcll^ll^kl)i— ^— 3<i 
Girj.iituin— ,-,— 12 
(ioriuiw ——,—14 
G.iiiiiieliUi —.—....A3 

(inrioany —39 

Guritza — .-,—— ."j? 

Oorjdy 5* 

GorUorie' -ka 44 

Gori%um — — .— Ai 
Gorli'ston — .— ,— ...J)2 

(iorlit* —51 

Goniiniistuwii —.-..S3 

Goriiie, Gl, . —57 

Oortiea* . ,, ,.4'^ 

Goroditcli — . —53 

(tnrudnia — .— .— „'il 

Goroduk.. —55 

Gortid' ik..........— 52 

GoroUliov — Mi 

Gitfolei I'und:* '«» 

G<)r(i»ti»o — .'.tt 
Gorri'dyk — .— 53 

(lorririB— —51 

Gurry I.,<k;Ii ',J 

Gorryleuni —52 
Ciorsel — ,—— _5i! 
Gort — — — M 
OorUiluirk—— 5ft 
(tortaiis — — 5ti 
(Jortel— — 52 
Goriin ——64 

Gortiinvem -55 

GorlojH;, or Garon 31 
Ci I <rt y 110—— ,— 35 



T75r 
23n 
is 
45m 
15N 

«N 

5<)N 
lUN 

558 

3N 

45n 

:r>s 

2.-.N 
in 

31!* 

43fr 
10^f 
57.V 
40N 
25N 

51 >r 

•Xs 
■MS 

AS 
IKN 
32N 

vs 
5»v 

37N 

3<IN 

5"« 
I5S 
41 )N 



tiorlyiiiii -.. 
t (iortynUu 
Gdriic.'kjKJor 
• Gcirur— 
Oiirvul 



.-41 
— T7 



w'ifi 



.-34 

- ^.——52 

t Gomyn, W. —.28 
0(«l)erton ——52 

Oottlfild — .„ SI 

(.l<i»fortli — „,— .■4 
b(Mf(Mtll «. ^M 



(>*> 40r 
67 87K 
64 SO* 

34 3dB 
70 33W 

5 4()W 

70 5!B 
116 56B 

77 40B 
27 Mm 
«!7 I2B 
62 'M* 
76 40B 
82 %B 
6H OflB 

72 lOB 

35 12b 

39b 
3 0\V 

12 5b 
17 46R 

73 !IK 
IH ft5B 

43 158 
82 15W 
19 SOB 

8 5B 
31 XiK 

8 5iB 
3 !IW 
3 3W 

145 45B 

116 5r 

117 SOB 
i 34W 

25 8B 

3 22W 
Tja 38B 

81) H>W 
69 6b 
K3 9b 

71 MB 
73 21 B 

171 3I)W 

64 6W 

6 saw 

6 16W 
16 iiw 
24 49R 
79 46»v 

78 I5W 

9 25b 
22 I5B 

44 36B 
51 26b 
7H 55B 
*» 17W 
48 16b 
46 IIB 
22 I9B 
21 3(>B 
46 40b 

4 5KB 

1 42B 
14 HiK 

6 I4W 

7 17^ 

44 45B 

45 44)B 
31 41 IB 
29 5.B 
55 2<lB 
42 40B 

149 H)* 

65 iiw 
6 3B 
I 7w 

4 saw 
10 avF 

6 IVB 

8 4Bwr 
8 8w 
& IDwr 

6 MB 

7 15W 

7 4yw 

A) i'9x 
24 5«IK 
29 20b 

82 OB 

83 ailB 

40 urn 

3(1 13B 

SI 45B 

flwr 

xtm 
3 24nr 

1 36tv 



38 

:w 

3!) 
38 
42 
46 

7 
38 
40 
39 
36 
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38 
39 
39 
39 
39 
37 
92 
30 
91 
24 
39 
33 
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59 
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17 

9 

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57 

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10 

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39 
39 
38 
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13 

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23 
52 
52 
31 
33 
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28 
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54 
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88 
34 
87 
28 
18 

8 
24 
12 

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88 
28 
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28 
97 
56 
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9 
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12 
10 
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09 
34 
39 
36 
28 
43 

7 
8 

7 
7 



Governor's Gnrdcna. 

SeeUibraltiir — 

Governor's Mviulowt. 

Sfe Gibraltur — 

Govlck— 57 67M 7 iw 

—.39 37N 19 5iiB 
.—45 3N 94 17b 
— 7 458 16<) 408 
—26 ION 91 48B 
lUN 123 SB 



Govini 
Ciovom -,— . 
Oowen, Isle 

Gowhatti 

Gowr, Cape 

Guwnui 52 38N 

Gowrie, Carse uf— 56 4An 

Ooxliill— —.—53 31 N 

Goya 29 12a 

Goyanna — 7 :<3a 

Goyes 1 Ms 

Guyoban ^ 25 Ms 

25 53M 
.10 8n 
;I6 IN 
34 52N 
— 2!» On 
29 25N 



Goyobon 

Goceree 

Goso 

Gouo, Isle 

Gra— . 

(Jnui 1. 

^ OruiiffReym't— 31 KiA 

tinuffltoyiiet 32 17» 

Grxbata 44 ;«n 

Gralibenvoret — ..51 ahs 
Gniben ———41* 7n 
Grubuw— — 51 3:iN 
(Srabowen —.—54 14n 
Grabs — .^ —47 llN 



GrabuNt Isle 
GrHCi'fleld - 
Gface Hi I - 
GrHclinn — . 
(•mciieiik'XM — 
Gnicias a Dios, 
Cape 



35 35n 

54 45N 

54 51 N 

44 8«IN 

45 35N 



Gradacliatcli 
Grade. 

Gradijsk 

(imdiska — . 
Gnidiski, N. ..—45 



15 ON 
MS 
.49 6i«N 
49 12N 
45 lUN 
16N 



Gradiica ——.39 On 

GrAdixsi .— rj 23n 

Grady Koueiny— .28 :Uis 

Gntdyski 45 UN 

Graeinsay Isle— ."M MiN 

Graenisliiill— .— sh ,'>;iv 

Graeii —.. — ..—.—!> Hv 

GnJeld M Xs 

Gmfenbiir^ —49 :»s 

Grufunilial — .W 31 N 

Grafenwortli— 4'.< 4«in 
Grafton, Cape— 16 4US 
Gralmm Town — 33 li>8 

Grahams Cas. -. 56 4N 

Gntlianu Cas "tU 34m 

Graliuins Tn. —56 In 
Gruliiivd —.42 42N 
GraiK Gocli —53 3N 
(iniiKue A Illy —52 36N 
t Grain Const— 7 ON 

(irHiiicourt — 49 .'Mk 

Grainiliurpc-.—~— ..'>•') 27N 

Gniinville 49 J-JS 

Gr.iiuiit!j<m— .40 5UN 
GnOeliu, liiver — 4 iw 



5 22N 
•U 1:IN 
55 20N 
.44 47N 

:» UN 

50 41N 



(•rail 
Gram 

Gram, lUver 
Gramat — ... 
GnuninatlL >- 
Graminunt — .. 
Grainmos, 

Mouni.iinF— 40 .tiiN 
GranipiunN— .— .— ..'{7 158 

GramiHitirid — •'>» 1!«N 

GranipsbcM'tjun — .52 :MiN 
Grampus Isle — ^A UN 
GramixuWw— .53 I4N 

Gran 47 48N 

Grsin, Hivt-r— — 47 SON 

Grana, Hiv r 44 47n 

X GraniKlii 37 IUn 

Granatin .'(7 IHN 

Granada U\o 12 UN 

Grjiiada, Alts. Ue .')7 32N 
Granada 

( N imnigtia} -.—1 1 An 

GMiiudillo 40 19N 

Oranard— .- ..53 47 n 



7 
3 


au 
35 



3w 

L^W 

19wr 

9W 

3w 

76aow 

57 30B 
57 30B 
40 13B 

14 llB 
M 7b 
52 8B 
34 SOB 
94 SOB 
24 S»B 
99 J4B 

« llB 

8 2!IB 
18 7B 

92 <2B 

9 97B 

93 33B 
6 34W 

6 20W 

15 50B 

16 4i'B 

83 3wr 

18 SIB 

S llw 

33 12R 

17 I8R 

17 2I)R 
22 IHiK 
21 50R 
32 48R 
27 .32R 

3 UiW 

2 KW 
47 5Jtt 

7 .•«7B 

II 15R 
II liiR 
11 S2R 
145 44B 
2(i 25B 

4 6W 

3 42W 

5 4«W 

18 S4B 

4 low 

7 22W 
9 Onr 

1 12B 

5K 

1 22B 
9 52w 

45 KiWr 

1.3W 

8 5dB 
8 42b 

1 .IHB 
93 58B 

3 SOB 



99 

99 
9 
34 
33 
41 
.39 
35 
13 
9 
1 
63 
M 
59 
38 
38 
49 
39 
33 
38 
43 
44-1 
44-1 
33 
18 
18 
94 
94 
17 
33 
12 
12 
23 
93 

49 
33 

8 
28 
33 
23 
34 
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43 
33 

9 

9 

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21 
92 
99 
22 
41 
44-1 
10 

9 
10 
33 

7 
13 
49 
15 

7 
15 
9Si 
54 
16 
95 
95 
16 
34 
19 



91 IJSB 

142 20B 

4 S2nr 

6 40B 
146 OB 

13 S2B 
18 44B 
18 44b 

7 42B 
3 ;ttw29..« 
3 S9W 30 

61 45nr 59 
3 42nr 30 

86 Sw 40 
e 5\v 30 
7 27W 12 



33 

S6 
8 
18 
1 
94 
23 
23 
31 



Gnuiard Mt., or 

Uoordnmbil 33 S7S 146 ISB 56 

Gmnd Caliumet 

Isle .——.—.— .—45 47N 



Grand, I'apc le 
Grand Fork — 
Grand Island 
Gnmd Itlaiid — 
Grand Island — 



Xi 5<is 
.48 :iiN 
47 iM 
.43 3N 
.46 35N 



76 43V7 46 

122 ISB 41 

03 31 W 47 

72 I7W 46 

79 0\V 47 

8(1 Sfiw 47 



«>rao TO 

Grura — , ...n'i 

(>r 

60 
23 
43 
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M 

m 

17 
^7 




Graskii 
Grnaon, Isle 
Grasscreek Cnyx. 
Grasse 
Grassliiifton, 
Gnissniere 
Grassnierc L 
Gran Vutiii 
Gratchevsk 

Orate 

Gnitcly — — ...AJ 
Oratein — — _ni 
Grathcs Cas.— 67 

Gratliio — ,,.,,5 7 

Gratia I'r. l)elia-,T7 
Gratiat Fort —,—43 

Gratra.ok — . 6i5 

Gratsanitxn -».»-44 
Gratsaiiittn —.44 
Orutx ——52 

Oratt .— 47 

Gratxen —.48 

Graudentx —53 

Gram ——42 

Grauselle,Graiide 43 

Grave -. 

Grave Klvcr. 

Gravellncs 

Gravellotte 

Gravely 

Graveiiey. 

Graves, 

l^ake of tlie 
(>nivi>8cnd 
(iraviiia — . 
Gravone, River 
Gntvois Point 
<irny — 
tJniv 

Gniy 

Graxalena 
Grazinii - 
GruuKlidiKis 
Gn-ala — — 
Greitsbruugh 
GriMsloy— 
Great llav 

* Great Bitumen 
I''ouiittiin —.—34 

Great Canal 43 

* Great Hsh H. 28 
Great to ——5^ 
GroHt Glasgow — _43 
Gn>at Orosier Isle 2!) 

Great ham —54 

Greatliain —.—.51 

* Gieat Island 40 

Great IiAe 

(Cork Harbour) 51 
GreatKava-illils.35 
(•re.it L. .— — 41 

(ireat Lake .—49 

(ireat North Fork 35 
(ireat Pearl Uank 25 

Great H..— lU 

(ireat 8uU l>e.-<ert-'l4 
(ireat Snowy Mt. 3l 
threat Swan Port— 42 
(•n«o, T. del 
(•ret'liali -,. 
i (ireeeo 
(ireeiiiully, 
(Jreen 
Green C 
Green Cape 
Green Cay 
Green Holm— —59 
Green Island Fort IH 
Green Isle.-.... — 57 
Green I^le— — 45 
Green l>lc 

(St Lawrence R.)47 
Green It. —.37 
(>reen, Kiver -,-.47 
Green Kiver —41 
t Greenland, East 73 
I Greenland, WestOH 
Greonloaning — JHi 
Greenly Is. — — .31 
Greenly Mt— . 
(Sreenock — 
Greenock L.-. 
Greenock Mt. 
Greenock \V.. 
Greeiiioiu 
OreennKh 
Greenaii- 
(jreeiutli C'ustle —.55 
(ireennpslairn' — .-.'Ul 
Gi'eeiiburn — ....-JUi 



2ltN 
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23n 
23N 
45n 

ms 

is 

27N 

i7s 

42N 
.34N 

I7N 
KIN 
llN 
5n 
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32N 

4iN 
S2N 

I2N 

4N 

5lN 

31 N 

4N 

5n 
4CN 
SnSs 
bits 

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51 
37 
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438 

42.1 

in.v 

2.-I.V 

39N 

4N 

OS 

53N 
is 

5/8 
5N 

2HN 
12N 
28N 
2.'iv 

4IIN 

.'iS 

47N 

14N 

(IV 

:wiN 

HIV 
148 

.•i;jN 

58V 
8v 
2.'IN 
3.'.v 
24N 

.'■/(IN 
.•i((N 
l()N 

4:iN 

SON 

ON 

ins 

4(18 

Ills 
67 V 

5IIN 
I .'IB 
31N 
26N 
(IN 
96N 

2i;n 

3IIN 
65N 



lOw 

2 aiR 

4 40\V 
18 2HR 
77 20\V 

6 .Vis 

1 taw 

3 IW 
3 3\r 
1 Aw 

46 llK 
« I8W 

1 3()W 
C 53b 
9 28W 

3 nw 

n 62B 
89 33xr 
20 OB 
18 29B 
18 58R 
16 22R 

15 V6K 
14 49k 
18 418 

2.'>R 

3 :>K 

5 46R 
95 2(I\V 

2 8R 

6 3R 
12W 
56B 

74 26W 

2lR 

16 2iK 
8 4(iR 

73 4HW 

3 2;w 

3 3\V 

6 .388 
.■■) 19W 

93 29W 

7 ;m»w 

(i4 I8IV 

1 22\V 

1 ]r,w 

I3'> 50B 
4 > .TOR 

76 ow 

17 36b 

23W 

77 «w 

88 5.W 

1 14W 
53 W 

148 OR 

8 I5w 
173 M»R 
146 40R 

75 7\v 
Hi 23W 
!f2 .30R 
73 iw 
.65 30r 

102 40R 

148 128 

14 '.>2R 

4 a3W 
92 .3(IB 

H 15W 

75 46W 

1.50 I2R 

2 3IIW 
77 4w 

2 SOW 
73 18W 
62 20W 
87 OW 

09 25w 
(17 Idw 
6i* 7w 
JK) 3(iw 
97 OU- 
49 OW 

3 .62W 
1.34 4.iB 
135 21B 

4 45W 
4 9W 

143 32R 
4 8W 

10 53R 

8 34W 
4 41W 
4 41W 

89 AlW 

9 44W 



29 

44 

9 

26 

SO 

16 

7 

7 

7 

10 

28 

9 

8 

18- 
9 
9 
34 
46 
26 
.33 
33 
94 
23 
S3 
24 
99 
36 
18 
47 
15 
15 
8 
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46 
8 

31 
50 

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15 
30 
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12 
53 

7 

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8 
47 
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7 

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41 

13 
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46 
48 
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50 
38 
55 
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47 
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9 
50 
45 
47 

40 

48 
46 
47 
45 
45 
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S6 
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10 

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10 
25 
13 
10 
10 
47 
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GrcngiolB 
Groiina ^ 
Grenoble 
Grcnville 

t Grcnville 

GrenviUe, Cape 
Greoe 



46 2 
5« 
'~— .45 1 
-45 .1 

.11 5 

SI 5 






Greosnilucli L.— 57 4 
Greoux ——43 4 
Gresford — — _63 

Greta, R, ,. ,—54 3 

Gretclii — — ., 44 2 

Gretna ——55 
Oreiusen — — ."ii 1 

Oretton— . 51 6 

Gretton ——62 3 
Grevelingen —51 4 
Ore venbroicli— ..— A I 
Grevlsinulilen —.53 5 
Grevno — . — 40 1 

Grewelthorpe 54 I 

t Grey— 
Grey Abbey 
Greyhound Uay«-2I . 
(Jrey Mare's Tall 63 2( 

Grey Mt 31 

Groystead —55 1 

Cirez — .Z ,60 4. 

Grez, les ——.48 2 

Grinni, Ben —58 2( 

Grianlarcli ...-.— 56 £ 

Graiznoi— — 52 9 

Griazovetz— — 58 6 

(•ribboi 

(^richino 

(iridina 

(iridinsk 

Gridinsko— . 

Grieben 

(irieft'enburg. 

(irieflenburg. 

Griefswal ' 

Gi-iefswnld, Isle— >54 11 




(•ries, Mont 
(iriestinen -. 

(irigadalc 

(iri};an. Isle 
(irigorevku. 
Grigorcvo 



46 2; 

-s;} :i- 

.-- .W 4; 
—19 3(_ 

42 4!l 



Griinaud, (iult of 43 1 



Grim C, 

(ii'iiiieuze 

(irmiinish 

Griiiiiii-ois 

(irhnloy. 

Griinme— .-.— 

(irimness lid. 

(ii'inisa. Lake 

('I'iinsargli 

(ii'inisby— . 

Grimsby, Great 

Grimsdule— .— St 45 

Grimsell Pass 46 33 

(irinistone. 
Grind Isle -..,.- 

Gritiilleton 

Grindon 

Griiigley — — 
Griiistead, E.isl 
(irinstead, \Ve»t 



-40 4(i 
16 » 

4(> 1( 

•i2 1.-) 

.VI 4f! 
:)7 2ij 
[^ 4(1 
4.'i II 
—5.3 34 



62 47 

..vj 17 

53 51 
M Mi 
'M 2.1 
.51 7 



Grinstcd (Jutluiid).'>5 45 



Vt 23 
AH 2(1 
—46 16 



(jrinton — . 
Grintstad - 
Grion 
Griqua, or 

Klaarwater 28 SO 

X Griquas-.— .— . 2 8 30 

Gri«»i)oll 56 41 

Gris Nez, Ca|ie —50 53 
Grisola .———39 41 
X Grisons, Les —40 37 
Grir«elhamni —60 4 
GriKso— .—.-.. 
(•ristliurpe. 



Grita 
tiriitleioii. 
Grivio Wr, 
(irivitisk 



m 47 

64 14 

7 48 

51 31 

57 15 

iO 18 



Gri/.edale— S4 21 
(iriZiilleSM^— — .43 4(1 
Gro<lur, Isle— —.64 41 



X (irodiio 
(jrodnu. 
Groeiie Kloof 
Groene V 
Gruene, or 

Green River 
Groenio 
Grocsliude. 
Groe.^holm, Islu 
Grceti— — .. 
Groliiidc— .-.. 



,.&3 28 
61 43 

.M 14 

..30 5.1 

:>7 2(i 

:i7 31 
411 .16 
M 2 



S9 

44 

9 

36 

16 

7 

7 

7 

10 

su 

9 
8 

18. 
9 
9 
34 
46 
26 



Circngioli 
Oraiina ^ 
Orciioble 
Greiiville 

± Orciivllle 

Orenvllle, t'lipe 
Oreoo -.,.„^^^ 
Oreomllucli L.- 
(Jreoux 
Gresford 
Greta, R. 
Gretclii 
Uretna 



r,r> On 

-4(1 23N 
~,51l IN 
^ir> ION 

^:i 3HN 

44 62N 

«~n Ma 

~.5I filN 
~,57 40M 
.^3 45N 

53 0N 

54 30N 
44 23N 

~^5 (IN 



.M I IN 

. — 30 65a 
,~64 3-<!N 



OreuiBcn 51 13N 

Orettoii ,»<«..^ r,\ 69w 

Orottoii ...,.„„^„x2 3iN 
OrevflinKon .,,„,„^l Ms 
Orevciibrolclt,*.^,^! (is 

Grevliiiimlilen 63 50n 

Orevno ,,,„„,^ 40 12n 

Greweltliorpe 

Onsy Abboy ^ 
Greyhound liiiy.^21 on 
tlrey Mure'a Tall 65 26i» 

Grey Mt.-,.^ 31 38 

Greystead^ — . 55 ION 

Grez — L.,-. VI 45N 

Grcz, loM ,-«. 48 24N 

Griniii, Ben ,.„„,»Ja 20n 
Grianliirch ^^^^.^is -ias 
GratznoU^^.,„,.....52 25n 
Griuzovetz^,.,,^..^,.^ 61 N 

Gribboni.. .,.».. .54 3n 

<'ricliino >.....^.^,..4» 17n 

liridina ^... tib ftSN 

<iridinHk ^>.,..^.<^ii 1«n 
G ridinBka^,.~>.».,.60 In 
<>rk>ben .^^.^«^^54 31 N 
Griift'onbiirg,~,,.^fl.» fl3N 
Grii;ft'eiiburg^.^^53 UN 
( I rief»wald^<3^^^d4 ] N 
(jrri('f8Wiild, l»le~.-54 11 n 
Gries, Mont^~-^4({ 25N 
<>rieatinen~-«,,^^6;j ;mn 
<irigadule~.~,,.«^.5«J 47n 
(irigan, liile^^^l!) 3()n 
Grignruvkiu^^,.^^! 57n 
Grigorcvii~>^~>^42 4<)n 
Griinaud, (iult of 43 17n 



<>riin C. 

(ii'iiaouze 

(inniinigli 

Griiiiis-oii 

<Jrhnloy, 

(jrinmii! 



»40 408 
~I6 9n 

-.57 27N 
..40 16n 
>2 IAN 
.~.~.54 AN 



(irliiiia-M lid. ......5:1 4Hn 

(iriiiisii, LiiUo .......S? 2UN 

('i-iiniM«rgli ^^„^ri3 4HN 
(■ rinisby...~..........4;j 1 1 n 

Griniiiby, Uruut ..^'i 34N 

G riinsdalc, .....St 45n 

40 33n 
52 47N 
.53 l/N 
m 5tN 

M ;iiiN 

5.J 2;.N 

.51 7n 

jO 6HN 



Griniwtl Puw 
(triiiistonc. 
Grind Ulc. 
Grnulletun 
Grindun ......„.». 

Gringley ,,^^^, 
GriiiHlead, Eitot . 
Urinatcad, Wust 
Grinntud ( Jutluiid)55 45w 
(jrintoii ^^,^...,^A 23N 
Grinutitd ..........^68 20N 

Grion ~....~.M..M.».46 ION 

Griqua, ur 

Kluurwater 2)1 608 

X Griquii»............,.2ll 3<)s 

GriiimuU ....^~....5<> 41 K 

(.iris iS'ez. Ca|H) ~.5U SSn 
Gri«ula ....^.........39 41n 

40 37N 
.60 4n 
m 47N 
54 t4N 

7 48N 

61 3lN 

57 15N 

^^H) ION 
^....54 2IN 
<jrizi)llL'iM.»..~...~.43 4UN 



t Grisuns, Leu 

UrlHwlhainin 

GriKiio........~.~. 

<iri->tliurpu. 
Gritik 

(ihttletuii.^ 
Grlvio Wr. 
Grivinak...... 

G rixedale « 



Gro<l«r, IhIo 
X Grodno ~. 
(Grodno. 
Groene Kluof 
Oroenu V,~~~ 
GruenOt or 

Uiemi lliver 
Qroenio >..«^.., 
Grooaliude.~.~.~ 
Gmetiliului, lalo 
Groeiz. 
Groliiidc. 



54 41 N 

5;i 28N 

t 43N 

33 ;iOB 

3^ 148 



8 OB 
14 27B 

6 43B 

74 40w 

75 47W 
142 64K 

9 54K 
6 40W 
A 64B 
2 58vir 

2 Ow 
84 33B 

3 3W 

10 59r 
1 59W 

40W 
3 6SB 
6 3)<B 

11 18B 
21 47B 

1 3>nv 

117 35B 

A 34nr 

16 60W 

3 23w 
117 40r 

2 22W 

4 38B 

3 57B 

3 69W 

4 34W 
68 4»B 
40 21B 

9 22b 
37 5B 
34 37B 
44 5 'K 
40 50tt 
13 IOb 
16 14B 
13 46b 
13 21 B 
13 56b 

8 2:.'B 
20 17B 

llw 

146 20b 

43 47b 

2.i 36B 

6 4()B 
144 SOB 



7 
7 
7 
2 
13 
2 

7 
2 



30 Ms 

Hi i'N 

....57 26n 

^:^7 31 N 

— 411 ;j6n 

52 2N 



35B 
21w 
24B 
15w 
4r 
51 \V 

low 

.(Hiv 

71) 3(jvv 

7w 

3 iiw 

8 i8B 

.WK 

6 10b 
2 iiiW 

1 23Hr 
54W 
3\V 

2iw 

8 5;.'K 

1 5*iw 
It 30K 

7 4B 

24 In 

24 OB 

30W 

\ 34K 

15 55B 

9 a'JB 
18 SOB 
21 51B 

20W 
71 56\V 

2 low 
6 9W 

50 42B 

3 3w 

1 IOB 

8 4()B 
24 32B 
83 54 B 
18 a9.{ 
18 55B 

17 45R 
6 3»B 

9 5(<B 
10 381 

18 4B 
9 341 



25 

17 

26 

16 

46 

46 

41 

21 

19 

6 

7 

1 

33 

10 

21 

8 

8 

18 

81 

21 

33 

7 

57 

13 

42 

10 

67 

7 

19 

15 

9 

10 

S8 

27 

26 

28 

27 

27 

27 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

31 

;;4 

10 

35 

28 

33 

16 

67 

17 

9 

17 

8 

24 



9 

7 

66 

7 

7 

17 

8 

18 

7 

7 

7 

8 

8 

3.-> 

7 

26 
17 

44 1 
44-1 
10 
15 
32 
17 
26 
34 

7 
52 

8 

9 
27 

7 
16 
25 
■M 
28 
44-1 
44 

44-1 
18 
86 
86 
83 
81 



Onimpaall 53 31n 

Grumata ~.~... — 60 38n 
Grumveitschen «J54 28n 
Grunberg ..... — .,.49 53n 

Grunberg .............^60 34n 

Orunburg ....^.....^ei 66n 

Grunnavrk«....«.......65 35n 

Gruny Lake ^....^-52 59n 

GruBch ....^....^...46 5!»N 

Oru8elbuig«.........48 6.'>n 

t Grutamann .......45 17n 

Onitentag.......«....50 42n 

Grutii, or Itutli ..46 5UN 

Gruti 52 40N 

Gruveres ,,„„„^^iG 3bs 
Gryfe W. ^...........55 64N 

Grypskere~..«.....,63 16N 

G>telg...,.........,.>>.46 23N 

Gatel g ..,.. .^.-...46 40N 

Guabun Pt ,„,„^Al 48s 
Guacalera~»........S3 15s 

Guacasia ..^^^ s 65N 

Ouacetc......... 40 42n 

GuBcliipaa ~......»..24 5-2h 

Guacliipaa U 25 .10s 

Guaclio Point ^....25 .55s 

Guadalaviar,ltiver.3i> 26n 
Guadalaxuru ........4(1 4' n 

GuadaluxM-a .^...21 ION 
t Guadnlnxitni, or 

Xulisco..... — ...21 30n 

± Guadaluxiira 40 51 n 

OiiadulcaniHr lsle„ 9 45s 
Guadalciin))ll........,38 5n 

GuadiileniHr,Hiver38 44n 
Guadaler;:iu..........39 39n 

Guadalijurce, U....36 3!)N 

Guadalmcz, lliverSH 3Un 
Guadulon, Uiver...38 5n 
Guadeloupe .....~»,16 IOn 

Guaduloupe ..>....., 11 26n 

Guadiklqiiiver, H. ;J6 44n 
Guadalupe, Corda 

de ~~~~~.,~....„22 373 
Guaduliipe Islu ^):^ ,'10n 
Guadalupe l!>le ^2^1 '<fUN 
• Gu.ndalupc, R. iU 2dN 
Guiidiiiupe 

(iliidiijos) U9 23n 

Guudiilupo iGld 

C'Hlili)rniii)~.«....97 On 

Guudiinit'lluta, It. ^7 .'jOn 
Guadaraiiiii,ltivur 3!) 5UN 
Guaditrniena U. ...311 15.v 

(iuadarruniii.....^. 

Guadiinia, ILvlt. 
Guiidiiitu, Hivcr. 
Guaaiul.i, Uivtr. 
G uad I x_... ........... 

Guaduiilitu 

Guagidii « 

Gu:ignHn Islu 

Guahan Isle ....^.^13 5<in 

Guailliibiinibu, II. 1 on 

Guaiia 'i3 408 

Guuire Fnuicsu. ....13 10s 

GuhJuc(>......~.»....25 57 n 

Gualuniu, Uiver... 4 HN 

t Gualatu 21 On 

Giialan . ......15 3n 

Gualdo ..............^43 l/N 

Gualeguaycliu.K»^^2 408 
Guallln...~.>...,.....26 4)is 

Gualiii 20 4lis 

GualeKUiiy.~..»......3;< ^ 

Gualeguay, Itivcr 'M :.'(is 
Gualtaquilla~..~>.. 4 51s 
Guiunuchucu ....... 7 5(is 

Guaniuni,')i..._......I2 3^h 

Guambaclio,I'to.~. 9 1.5s 
Guaincnbaniba....... 6 h'lS 

Guanuitag........,.....22 5;!n 

Guanubal, Kivur....25 47n 

Guunacuclic . 
GiiaiiHcaclie, 

La. de 

(iuanii Cay — 
Guana Cay~. 
Guanacoa ..... 
G uanagnatit. 



.40 44N 

:>2 1i;n 

37 4.1.^ 

.40 :.!JN 

:)7 21 N 

. 6 r,:is 

:m 41N 

18 2i»N 



31 21 s 



31 50S 
.20 4ns 
.24 20N 
24 178 
— 211 26a 



(Juanaparo, Kiver 8 17'' 
Guanape lales^..... 8 MOS 

G uai I are~..»-.~..~.~ 8 35N 
Guanarito..........^. 8 33N 

(iuanarito, Uiver 8 I8n 

Guanawlni It 2 45N 

Guanaxuato~..«.....21 4N 

Guanciine .^......^..18 4:28 

Guaiiipa, ItiviT ... S.'N 
Guantananalniu ~.20 ON 
Guape, Uiver ...... o 3(n 

OuapiaK............I0 08 

Guapore Itecez U. 12 50^ 





2 llw 


1 low 


23 18B 


11 6.3B 


8 56B 


15 3()B 


16 30W 


83UW 


9 3SB 


11 6!)B 


88 44B 


18 28B 


8 3UB 


12 14B 


7 6B 


4 41W 


6 18B 


7 17B 


7 .51 H 


74 low 


64 5()\v 


71 64 w 


17 4CB 


64 SOW 


06 20w 


70 .ISW 


18w 


3 8W 


1(>3 4W 



7 
10 
24 
22 
23 
24 
46 
13 

17 
82 
23 
24 
17 
24 
17 
10 
18 
17 
17 
63 
63 
62 

;i2 

63 
63 
63 
29 
30 
49 



103 30w 49 
3 2UW 29 30 

160 Ob 41 
5 S-IW 

5 17w 

3 &5W 

4 28W 

6 hw 
3 30W 

61 40W 

6!) 1.5W 

6 20W 



113 25W 
4 35W 
4 I2w 

3 21w 

4 5w 
04 SOW 

6 IW 

2 53W 

3 IHW 
70 58w 

1 4JIW 
146 30b 
144 25B 
7!> 37W 
54 8W 
70 35W 
!»9 5<IW 

65 55w 
6 Ow 

80 8W 
12 45B 
.58 40W 

06 5 tw 

66 63W 
60 25W 
60 42W 
79 15W 

70 8w 

74 8W 

78 36w 
7!) 23w 
00 55W 

1(11 48 w 

07 6»w 

CO 3()w 
77 ow 
70 :.'0w 
an 2;,\v 
til i5w 
(.8 Cw 

79 Ow 
6!) 53W 
60 low 
68 low 
60 SOW 

100 58 W 

67 2»W 
62 :iow 
76 I2W 
09 40W 

■yA aow 
&: 15V( 



30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
60 
52 
30 



67 20w 53 

147 OK 1 

117 ■'>5*V 40 

1)6 53W 49 

5 13w 30 



49 
30 
30 
30 
JO 
60 

an 

i9 

;)() 

62 
44 
nil 
ai 
52 
64 
52 
4!> 
62 
42 
49 
31 
53 
53 
53 
S'i 
S3 
62 
52 
52 
62 
52 
50 
4!) 
63 

S3 

to 

(.{} 
53 
53 
62 
52 
52 
62 
ft2 
64 
49 
.53 
6i 
60 
52 
63 
59 



Guben ..,.....,61 65N 

Gubenagur 26 On 

Guditr»...........^...,40 35N 

Guddra .........22 On 




Gudia, CI 35 49n 

Gudina, La — ^......48 3n 

Gudji Dagh ,..^,^7 40n 
Gudmundgra ......62 64n 

Gudum .^-.............56 32N 

Gue delongroy. 
Gueldera. 
Guelpli. 
Guenuir 
(juer 

Guerehe, La 
Gueret . 
Guennie 
Guernica 
Guemaey Isle 
Guosselard ..» 
Guesaeling^... 
Gujgisberg .. 
Gugitclieni..^ 
Guglielma 
Guliry ..«. 
Guia ^^^^ 
Guia de, Ciipe 
Guia Da 
± Guiana 
i Guiana 
Guia-parunti It. 
Guia-panuia It 
Guibarra liny . 

Guiclien ....... 

Guiclien B. 

Guicliicuvi.. 

Guiding 

Guidlu 

Giiiesoa 

Gnitiriz 

Guignes 

Giiiyo 



48 v9n 
61 3IN 
43 3IIN 
48 l.'iN 
32 51 N 
47 SON 

46 ION 
.~«J» ON 

.43 lits 
....49 2.'jN 

47 53K 

48 IN 
.46 40N 

46 2:^N 
~.4i i>;]s 

27 3oN 

6 41a 

II 2lN 

. I5N 

i ON 

^ IS 

^ 248 

^ 9 308 

...64 SlN 

47 67N 

16 59n 

.55 lUN 
67 3N 

43 ION 
48 37N 
.33 32N 
Guiguela, Uiver ....30 4N 
Guildcn MurileM...52 6n 

Guildford ..... ...,51 14N 

Guildford ...^........ai 538 

Guildford, K. ......50 S7n 

GuildliaU.....„„..„44 3t>s 

Guildhall ....„.„„,44 ;15n 

% Guiennc~.~.,......44 45n 

Guilstifld 52 41N 

Giiiinaruns .„....., 1 Sfia 

GuiiuaruLiis ....U 25N 

Guin:.k 30 5n 

Giin haylaCliiip 46 I3N 
Guinuliuc, Cayo .,.^2 47n 

Guine ......... ...111 49s 

(iuines .w..... 50 S2n 

.2^ 4;jN 

.48 35N 

.44 4(IN 

U7 SON 

40 2(iN 
43 !IN 

6 SOS 
.40 4IIN 
:<7 2HN 
.49 SBn 
57 40N 
. 50N 
2 27N 
22 3()N 
35 52N 
M 8N 
56 S3N 
....,&() 54N 

10 2.'N 

......-'lO 5(-N 

.41 i6s 
,-.'>3 14N 

41 SIN 
.30 SON 
.28 ^-^s 

..~51 ION 
Gull Pt. Sre »in- 
gapuru~.~. ».,..> 
Gulzow........,„„...63 SON 

Gunibeer ............35 2(iN 

Gunibeachoii — ^46 50N 
Gumbinnen ^......^54 32n 

Gunieil — ........^,41 46n 

(iuniiel de Murcu 41 4;iN 
Guminen ^.....^^^46 5<>n 

Gumishkhana 40 27n 

......39 ION 

5S ION 
18 4SN 
34 2.'W 
41 26N 
26 20N 
37 14M 

I7N 

28 ON 



........... 



Guinoj 
Gdinganip. 
Guioilu, La 
Giiiozu ~. 
Guipavaz ...... 

i Guipuzcuii~ 
Guirri, Uiver .... 

Gui.'ai dj ......... 

Guisar............... 

Guise ................ 

Guiaislien ,.....„., 

Guitongal ......... 

Guixar hivur 
i Gujerat ..~> 
Gukim 
Guia Glint 
Gulban, Uivcr. 
Gulderiip 
Gulgullu . 
Gulban L 

Gulic 

Gulin Head 
Guliopoll ~ 

Gulih 

Gull 
Gull Light 



Gumma 

Gumnierup 

GunipiUi 

Gumra 

Gunaid 

Gunaidio. 

Giniasser 

(iundamuk 

Giaid.tvu 




12 40E 
14 45b 
88 30B 

41W 
11 42B 
I' 30B 

7 (iW 
40 20B 
17 48E 

8 27B 

1 43B 

6 19B 
80 20w 

7 25B 

5 34W 
1 14W 

1 6lB 
48 Ob 

2 44W 

8 36w 

8B 
I0 64B 

7 20B 
28 4B 

13 38B 
65 8B 
34 S8W 
74 6W 
67 55w 
65 OW 

60 OW 
64 20W 

61 25W 

8 26W 

1 48w 
139 48B 

95 6W 
8 43b 

6 25W 

14 7B 

7 53W 

2 4«B 
4 5<^W 

3 33W 
8iv 
33W 



31 
24 
39 
89 



80 
36 
8» 
86 
15 
21 
46 
lA 
44 
4A 
16 
38 
89 
lA 
15 
88 
17 
33 
31 
38 
64 
63 
63 
61 
51 
63 
A-' 
13 
lA 
56 
49 
2A 
9 
33 
3fl 
15 
44 
SO 

a 

8 



116 568 41,57 

4()K 
71 34W 

71 .WW 

1 Ob 

3 8w 
44 47w 

8 14W 
82 108 

4 46B 

77 50w 

48 2w 

1 S2B 
«I b')W 

3 Ow 

2 SOB 
22 17B 

4 20w 

2 7w 
54 l:iw 

4 29w 

49 ISB 

3 38B 

5 24W 
77 32W 
73 low 

72 OB 
14 2lB 
80 54B 

4 36W 

8 45B 
75 29B 

4 36K 
67 5w 

9 46W 
14 8B 
63 20B 
61 4UB 

1 SOB 



16 OB 

70 15B 

7 8B 

82 I4R 
3 42W 
3 40W 
7 16B 

.39 38b 
78 A5B 
10 A> 

83 281 
3 .'<6b 

m SOB 
40 lOi 
70 SB 
67 6Aa 



8 
46 
47 
14 

8 
54 

:« 

.35 
16 
50 
54 
IS 
60 
IS 
16 
34 
IS 
29 
54 
30 
3U 
15 

9 
52 
52 
39 
32 
39 

9 
29 
30 

9 
61 
13 
31 
38 
38 

a 

3S 
24 
39 
17 

24 

.'JO 

.'iO 
17 
36 
•.V, 
25 
39 
44 
Sfl 
39 

:iA 
38 



'm 



F 



22 



INDEX TO BLACK'J 



NilMMk 



LtT, 



Losa. 



No. or 
Haf. 



; . 



Gahrau «M..w~~«~JSt 36N 
Gimdava .^^^^^1^ 30N 

i Oiindiiva i» 471* 

(iiitidiiva l'asa.>,.^T b^u 
Otindeltingen ...^iS 3M 
Gundul b)o ^^,^A 4.">N 
Giindepue ~«~.^,>«-iO 4(iN 
Gundupooruni .^. 
Giinderiip >.<.^^^ 
Gundor — ~^^„ 
Qundiick K. ^.^ 
Giin^i, I'aiii, l{.» 
Oiingitwiiliy ll.,^ 
GuniiiiMrii, Uivcr. 
Gtinlia, Ll^.^^,,^,.^ 



Giiiiki. 

Oiinna Isle 

Giiiineby 

Giinour 

Gun8 ~.. 

(iiinsboroiif;!! 

GiiiiBterblum . 

Giintersburgli 

Oiintoor ...^ 

Gunwalloc ^ 

Giinz, River . 

Giiiizburgli ^,,„^H 27n 

Gunzundorf..,^,^) 52N 

Gtinzenhaiisen^,^!) 6.V 

Guotna, River _^ I 2Hs 



.19 5M 
:il 24N 

.2(5 'Am 

I!) 67i» 
14 3.i!* 

. s:>s 

.21 4<)N 

37 40N 

m 37m 

■..^ ihs 

26 4I)N 

47 24V 

.52 20.V 

~_49 47v 

_51 3!)N 

.<^If> 2«)l* 

— 5(» 2!» 

^48 28N 



Gur 
Giiruinibinra 
(iiiraneo 
GMrdaiz~.~«^. 
Oni'dan Dowar 

Giirdir R 

(iiirdizzolo M„ 



..in 5!II« 
.12 2I« 
:t» 41V 
— ;».! 2ItN 

:i4 y7v 

S!) 41)8 

i!> I!(V 



(iiirgea, Scrra II 2ils 

Giirgiiea, River ^, fi %I8 

<?iirgiir ^^ :«» :?^v 

Giirgur -~~, ..^X\ H.v 

Giiri 3 4118 



(iiiviiigluno 
Giiriano ^ . 
Giirimeel ^. 
Giirl.fcld ^ 
'iiinnuel ^ 
Giirnady ^ 
Giiniev 
Gtirrali 

tJiirrah, River. 
Giirrea ~ 
(lurrebye . 
Uurrctilah 
(iiirriah 
Gurrirak 
Giirroh M 
Gurrvbill 
Giinkoe 
Gurunee 
Guriioanos 
Giirupatubii, R. 
Gurupy -.<.~_ 
Quriipy Bay ~ 
Gurupy Rivi-r. 
Guniiuba >~. 
; Giirivan..^^, 
Guspini ^ 

'■tut ^0^ ^ »^^^0r»*i 

Gustaf Adulpli 
tiuiitafsveni 
Oustrow 
•iuta 
i^utchkoo 
Giiti-rnloh 
'iiitliriu . 
Gutpurba R. 




.40 !IN 
M 7v 

■:- .liv 

Ah .5! IV 

27 31V 

2.J 3v 

.67 2HV 

23 7V 

.2!) 20N 

~^2 4V 

.t4 4!»v 

27 4(>v 

5 hhH 

'J.") 3!tv 

«.■» HV 

•^2 41V 

12 I IV 

■m i-'v 

23 i.ls 
1 4-8 
41 '9 

.3H8 

^ 3f» 

.^M, 47s 

^.40 .lltV 

.~^3!) .'HV 

.^.lii .WV 

^^1 ,17 V 

h\) 4<iV 

.'>3 4(iV 

47 K\H 

M 47 V 

~,.M .■)4V 

~_S6 .1!IV 

l(i 17V 



Guttane, Lake ~.Jil ADV 
Outtos Fiord .~,~^ SOmi 
Guitingen ......,,»■ 47 3Hv 

Guttstadt ...^^.^Jb'S A'lv 
QutlUfA*- '~.~~~27 4v 
Gutziiierow <w....>^4 3Cv 

Guyana R. .......... 7 30s 

Guyandout River 38 3)v 

Guysboro .^45 23 v 

Uuigotta ..........^..g.S &3V 

Gusona Mt ..~~.^8 S.iv 
Gwa ..«~.~...»~....I7 a'lV 

Owadel .>....., — ...g-l llv 

Gwadur ...~>.,.»....2S I2n 

Gwalior ........^....-Jfl 2()M 

(iwall ^........>.»»«46 44V 

GwayropGI. .......28 (>v 

(Jweudore Bay .~.JU Av 

Gweek ..SO 7N 

G wgnddur......,,......5'i fiv 

Gwerinap ....... ..««J0 12v 

Owillitnbury ...^..44 «n 
Gwinnear ............fii) llv 

Gwozdiieo .....^...48 snv 

Gwutter ..........._25 |f)v 



Owutter Bay ^.^itt Bv 
<JyalH K! 44V 



It; 36H 

67 2»B 
6K S5R 
67 "« 

10 248 
9 5AR 

73 28 
83 S8K 

9 59B 
83 5411 
a") 16K 

79 KIK 

74 30K 
63 1.5\V 
5<l 5i( 

141 458 

6 46W 

12 4SB 

7« OS 

16 .'MB 

9 aiw 

8 DIB 

11 IB 

80 •i7B 

5 l(!\v 
10 KiK 

10 I7B 
15 22B 
10 4()B 
48 121V 

72 KB 
61 40\v 
fi> 2!)K 

69 108 
(!H 4R 

10 .XiK 
45 IhW 

44 OW 
43 2.-.R 

73 Jl'l! 
f)5 42\V 
18 I6B 

12 .TiB 
51 .■) B 

15 3.'R 
54 HAK 
8!» »7K 

2 6.1\V 
79 4tlB 

71 2l'R 
43W 

11 I5R 

72 4.'.R 

70 49b 

70 3)b 

71 .^18 

6 5IW 
A 458 

m 258 
.S9 3<!W 
.M 44W 

45 .VIW 
45 iiWV 
45 46W 
43 I7W 
48 .10 1? 

8 37R 

.57 R 
26 118 
■J3 <IB 

12 128 
17 .'tHB 
63 .128 

8 2.18 
2 «0w 

75 ."548 

9 26»V 
15 408 

9 178 
20 238 
31 108 
17 148 
62 20Hr 
82 I2W 

61 3ftW 
89 188 
22 I7r 
94 258 

62 15k 
62 88 

78 38 

7 388 
33 3H8 

8 22w 

5 e\v 

S 23Mr 

5 low 

79 25W 

6 24W 

25 238 
61 .108 ,18,58 
61 3.'>R 38 
2.1 I'lB 23 



24 
38 
39 
38 
22 
25 
39 
»» 
25 

an 

39 
39 
39 
52 
35 
,•» 
10 
26 
39 
23 
13 
22 
21 
39 
H 
22 
22 
24 
22 
54 

:» 

3>i 
3>l 
.18 
56 
31 
.14 
54 
36 

:«) 

54 
32 
44 
,18 
23 
38 
,19 

.19 
3<> 
2f> 



39 

;«> 

3i> 
.19 

13 
26 
.18 
53 
64 
5t 
61 
54 
M 
28 
32 

8 
27 
27 
21 
23 
38 
21 
10 

ai 

13 
26 
17 
24 
43 
24 
54 
47 
46 

m 

M 
.15 
.'18 

;« 
;i9 
17 

43 

13 
8 
8 
8 

46 
8 

23 



M«MKi. 



IilT. 



IlONO. 



No. OF 

M<r. 



Hadria 

Hadriani 

Iladriaiiopulis 

Hadrianupolis 

Hadrianopolis 

Hadriatic Sea 

liadruinetun). 

Iladgtedi 

Hods tone 

llaedo 

Hae-fong, 

Haeggo, 

Maeglii 

Haelen 




.45 5N 
5.1N 

40 ON 
...40 45N 
....41 48 V 
.~.43 Ov 

16 48N 

54 loV 

M ins 

32 40S 

23 fiv 

— 61 6v 

— 51 OV 

-50 66v 



llaeliitiii L. ,,,„,,^ii 35V 

Haciiius M. ....42 45v 

Ilaerltbeke .......50 51 v 

llafa 40 2«v 

Hafar, River ,,..„JX> 24N 



12 28 

29 OB 

20 20b 

31 43B 

26 348 

15 08 

10 398 

9 158 

1 .16\v 

57 6U\V 

115 208 

» 78 

4 328 

5 58 
3 WW 

25 308 
3 218 
9 108 

40 08 



69 
69 
69 
69 
69 
69 
69 
25 

7 
54 
55 
26 
19 
19 

9 
59 
19 
59 
30 



HhIT, Great 


.53 4.'iV 


14 258 


24 


HafT, Little J>3 45v 


14 IB 


24 


Ilaffiir.^ ,...., 


,10 20V 


48 198 


.18 


Iliifecrabad ...... 


— 32 5V 


73 ,'«iB 


39 


Ilafvero ..,..,..,.. 


— 62 20v 


15 88 


26 


Hagdanger — ~, 


— 62 23V 


17 498 


26 


llagel Kel Badali 25 OV 


31 OR 


43 


Ilagen .........,_ 


— 51 2<iv 


7 ,10R 


21 


Hiigen ............ 


— .53 66v 


9 50R 


i'5 


H a lien ~.,., ...... 


— .53 22V 


8 408 


31 


H.igenow... ., 


— .53 2HV 


II 138 


21 


Ilagetiiiau ........ 


— 43 38V 


;i7w 


16 


Ilagipt 


— .56 OV 


3 Miw 


10 


Uiwi'n Head ^'.2 .ITv 


9 28W 


13 


Ilauia...,,,,.,., 


-~,.17 .57v 


22 148 


.14 


flagiii Anna „,. 


— .18 51V 


23 248 


34 


Il:igia Siipliia .. 


,.„3f» 4MV 


23 448 


34 


nngi.)s 


~~.17 -JUS 


22 45B 


34 


llni;iii8 ....,„„„, 


.~,.'»7 4!»v 


22 40B 


M 


Ilagios ..-«,... ,18 63V 


23 3R 


34 


IImvjos Deineiriua 






C. ..17 I7v 


24 21 R 


.14 


HaKiiw lllias, M 


.^..16 .56V 


22 238 


.14 


HaKtog NiUaolo! 


~.,17 55V 


22 108 


.14 


Hauios Nik<ilaos.....16 49v 


22 268 


31 


llagiiis Petros ..,..,37 IHV 


22 338 


.14 


Hagmsefer Voo 


~,ra 2SV 


1 I8\V 


10 


Hagrel el U.sif.. 


— 35 47V 


14 238 


32 


Hagil Apo.fiuli 


.„.1»t IIIM 


23 if.n 


34 


HagUMge il 


....28 .56 V 


111 l.5vy 


49 


Ilaguc, C. do la 


~.4!» 4;iv 


I 59W 


15 


Hague, Tlio ~„. 


— .52 .5V 


4 188 


18 


ITa^uenati ,.,..,., 


— 48 4!)V 


7 618 


16 


II;iewoitlili gliani .VI li>V 


IW 


7 


: Ilaha 

l.-iliauacn .,.„ 


...„*W 45V 


9 ow 


44 


— 51 5»tV 


10 l:)B 


21 


Ifahn 


50 29v 


7 4H8 


22 


Hal 


,..,34 31V 


119 I<l8 


65 


Haidar 


a5 .1(»V 


34 2.58 


.16 


Ilaldbiirn... 


.-..53 38V 


2 27 »v 


7 


Ilaigurl<>cli ....... 


..w48 2-'v 


8 488 
2 40VV 


23 


II»ile» Caxtle 


-..2.5 .5HV 


10 


Hallos C.istle 


..-55 .'.SV 


2 41 "W 


18 


Ilailc-t Quarry,., 


,-..57 54 V 


6 l.5\v 


9 


Iliil-lingl. 


-.21 .IHV 


III 558 


5.5 


llailoh 


,-.25 2(iV 


72 228 


.10 


llalmer ,..,..,..... 


-.14 45V 


211 lOB 


43 


tininan Head ... 


M.-20 5V 


no 668 


40 


Hainan I. .......... 


>-I9 OV 


109 608 40,56 


Iliinau ..„„. 


V) 8V 


8 518 


22 


* Hatnault... .V) 26N 


3 588 


19 


TIaineg R..^..^.. 


-. 6 OV 


43 08 


42 


Haining ...... 


.-..55 .T-.'V 


2 52W 


10 


H:iininglieHd.......^>^5 5v 


2 26W 


7 


Ifalnton.,.....w... 


-J13 2lN 


I4nr 


7 


Haitan Igle ...... 


-.25 25V 


120 8H 


40 


Hailliwaite ~.~. 


-.53 3KV 


1 53W 


7 


Haiti 


.-.19 OV 


71 2<w 


60 


Haiti, Cendao.... 


-.19 62 V 


71 20«r 


60 


Hal-yang-Do—^. 


-.37 OV 


121 488 


65 


Hiijeeka^...,..,... 


-w38 2HV 


66 121 


38 


Hiijeekajoke....^ 


-.28 a5V 


67 538 


.18 


Hii eepoor ..,..,., 


—36 40V 


85 201 


39 


Ha (ill) Klian .....h18 43v 


.17 .578 


.16 


Hala 26 44V 


611 458 


.19 


Hala Mountaing 


-.26 5tiV 


67 Site 38..19 


Halah ... 


-.3* ;»,5V 


46 38 


69 


Halas ~.~....~..... 


-.46 28V 


19 318 


33 


: Hnlaw-in ~..~ 
^aibpatli 


-.27 20V 


66 .108 


37 


-,56 6v 


3 2.1W 
11 108 


10 


Halborgtadt ...». 


-..51 .55V 


24 


Halcro Hd 


-..58 44V 


2 .53«r 


9 


Flaldnger .......... 


-Ji7 8V 


9 498 


25 


llaldcnslehen ^ 


-.52 17V 


II 318 


24 


[faldeiiRtoln ........ 


-.46 62V 


9 .108 


17 


Haldiniand ^..^...43 Ov 


79 fi,5w 


46 


tInlHnip ...-rr ,, 


-..55 64V 


9 .508 
88 1.58 


95 


Haldubury ...... 


-.26 17V 


.fO 


Hale 


-53 20V 


2 47W 


7 


Hale...^. 54 27V 


3 3(IW 


7 


Halem .............. 


.-il" 1.5 V 


6 67M 


18 


Haleydapnor ~. 


-..I.. 25V 


74 308 


39 


Ilalei Owen ..........52 27v 


2 2w 


8 


llalegwnrtli ...... 


-,.52 21V 


1 288 


8 



JUauu 



Lat. 



LuNO. 



No. or 
Map. 



Halteren .-~. 51 4.lv 

Halton -.-....- 51 47v 

Halton, W. ——.54 llv 
Halton, West —53 59N 

Haltorp — .— . 56 29v 

Haltwiiigtie 54 68v 

Halvan ....47 40v 

Halvergate —-..-.53 36v 
Halwell ———.JO 46N 
Halyconinn 8ea -.:<8 7n 

Halyg R— . 40 28v 

Halzary— — .58 22v 

Ham, E. -.-.61 31 V 

Ham (Soniine)— -49 45N 
Hamad,-.— .—31 20N 
Hainadan ——.14 ,58v 

Hauiadiin — -. 36 25v 

Hamah-. ,13 lOv 

.40 7v 
7 2HV 

;a 45V 

.53 OV 
6 6V 

44 27V 
1 ll« 
1 .13V 

53 52V 

53 .10V 
— 53 49V 

53 34N 



7 148 

43W 
2 9W 
2 15W 

16 68 

2 28W 

19 4IH 

1 3.18 



4 

23 




3 



Hamanili 

Hamar. 

i Hamatli 

11 a max I a 

S Hamaxobii 

llamb.'ingtotte 

Hambarlar 

Hauibato 

Hambleden 

Hambletnn .— .. 

% Hamburgh 

Hamburgh 

Hamburgh 

llnniburgli 

(Pennsylvania) .40 38n 
Hamburxh 

(New York)— 42 42v 



Hauiulbur^ 
Hamelin C. 
Hamein 
Ilanienley Hill 
Hamet, iSeedy 
Hamett, el 
Hami 
Hami 
Hami 
Hai/iiltun 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 



.50 9N 
.-.at l.'la 
52 6v 
il Oa 
36 45V 
4 IN 
47 58V 
43 3V 
23 45V 
-..55 4liV 
-.32 4i)V 
—42 368 
;i5 68 
56 47N 



Hamilton -. 

Hamilton Palace. 
Hamilton Plain —.34 638 
Hamilton 

(Migdissipp!)— ai 40V 
Hamilton ^Uhio)-.39 22V 
Hainir Al. ^e 

Ruing of B.tb^ Ion 



ll.imlet I ft. 

Haiiiliet. 

Hamm 

H.uimia-. 

Haumtaui 

Hammamet 



53 22N 

-51 6JV 
.51 42V 
JW 47N 
^m 24V 
.36 20V 



68 6V 
1 7" 

4^ 23V 
-A5 5.>V 
-,«k1 31V 
—70 4l'V 
—51 29V 
— M 40N 

.52 40N 



llomniamet, G. of :«! ION 
Hanunan, Cape -.2t> 2(iv 
Hanmic— .— — 
Hamme. 
Hammenum 
liamiiier — .— . 
Hammerdal -. 
Hammerfost — 
HanunersiniCh 
Hammergtein 
Haumierwich . 
Hammond, River 45 30N 
Hamna Voe— — .60 31 v 
llamont-.-..-— 61 16N 
liamoon L..-..— ,J1 25V 
Hampden —44 43v 
Ham Pregton —60 48V 
1 Hampdiir?— Jll 2v 
Hampshire Uii;8-.41 358 
Hiiinp^tead -.—61 ;<3n 
Hampstead Norris 61 29N 
Hampton ——.-.61 24v 
Hampton ——,52 I3V 
Hampton —41 In 
Hampum -. — —37 IN 
Hampti.n, Littlo-.60 40N 
Hampton Luvett-Ji3 I8V 
Hamra —.—.-.36 3n 
Hamrange —.60 67n 
Hamrun H,llii-..-34 UN 
tiamrun, Iliilsof .'U 46N 
llaniMlorf-.— .54 18v 
llamnteelb— — .54 48V 
Hamgturley ——64 40N 
H.imwiiod Lontlun 62 40V 
Hiinagui ...16 2N 



J3W 

68 

34 1.58 
3 k4W 

48 
48 
30 298 
48 2:.'R 
43 OB 
3'i 408 

27 558 
6 40Hr 

35 458 
32 158 
32 08 
81 148 

28 658 
78 52W 

.'i2Hr 

2 57W 

10 78 

10 308 

9 dUB 



llanaUap 
llanbury 
Haii-olioung 
Handa, Iglo 
Handel -.-. 
Haniliord — . 



—57 46V 
.62 nv 
.-.ai OV 
-JMi 22N 
51 .1.)V 
6.1 2IIV 



78 56W 

9 568 

114 688 

9 218 

117 46B 

4 388 

6 68 

23 578 

89 108 

103 3<I8 

4 2VV 

85 2W 

146 688 

117 428 

4 2wr 

146 52B 

88 .'KIW 
84 29tv 



1 57w 

4 138 

7 488 

9 4l>w 

7 98 

10 378 

10 348 

ai 08 

15 238 
4 68 

23 lOB 
9 248 

16 318 
23 .<6b 

I4«V 

16 6!IB 

1 53W 
65 51«v 

1 6W 

6 311 

61 258 

68 48W 

1 S5Mr 

I aiw 

145 668 

low 

1 I4W 

22W 

1 37w 
73 6W 
76 22W 

32W 
9 ow 

14 88 

17 7" 
46 30B 
44 08 

9 338 

1 44w 

1 50W 
3 49w 

76 138 
6 17w 
3 4W 

107 108 

6 VW 
6 448 

2 Uw 



21 
8 
7 

7 
26 

7 
23 

8 

8 
34 
69 

9 

8 
15 
43 
38 
36 
60 
36 

9 
37 
69 

3a 

33 

63 
8 
7 

21 

25 

21 



75 56W 47 



47 
23 
67 
21 

fi7 
44 
44 

23 

35 
.55 
10 
48 
57 
67 
10 
56 

48 
47 

.16 
7 
18 
31 
44 
44 
44 
44 
.18 
26 
19 
69 
35 
M 
26 
8 
24 
8 
46 
10 
19 
38 
46 
8 
H 

fl7 

8 

8 

tt 

8 

47 

48 

8 

8 

33 

26 

38 

36 

26 

7 

7 

8 
38 

9 

8 
65 

9 
18 

7 



BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 




t^**^^****%\ 



— 51 4:iN 
-4J1 47N 

S4 UN 

itt ....^..AS a9N 
Afi 29N 
~54 SUN 
47 4<)N 
Ji2 3(iN 
,,^0 4tiN 
Sea ^'i8 7n 
~,>«~-40 28N 

58 22N 

SI 31 N 

ic) 4<J 45N 

,.,.^1 20N 

,14 ft8N 
.% 'i:>ti 
,15 ION 

10 7N 

,57 2HN 

;a 45M 

.52 «»N 
6 »N 

44 27N 
1 1«« 

1 :»N 

.53 S2N 

.53 .'«)N 

— 53 4<)N 

...J13 34N 



4 

23 




3 





7 14b 

43Kr 
2 9W 
a l&w 

16 6B 

2 :!8W 
19 41K 

1 ais 
)3W 

6b 

34 I5R 

3 ^4\V 
4B 
4B 

30 2UB 
48 2JK 
43 OK 
3'> 40B 

27 S5B 
« 40W 

35 45B 
32 16R 
32 OB 
81 14B 

28 55B 
78 52W 

ttivr 

2 57W 
10 7B 
10 3!t8 

tf 5UB 



k) 42 42N 

SO 9N 

.~-3l l:i8 
52 BN 
.11 OH 
3<i 45N 

47 58N 

43 .'IN 

23 46N 

5S 4(iN 

32 4i>N 

4-2 308 

iluvc^oS 47N 
nil) ..JA. Sas 

.1) 3.1 40N 

liiu),.^ 22N 

ab^ Ion 

.~jn 22N 

~.5I 6JN 
.^51 42N 

— ;w 47N 
^\n 24N 

30 20N 
of:Hi ION 
^20 20N 
^<U( ON 
'.1 7N 
~.^42 23N 
,~<~,55 6jN 

J» 31 N 

70 42N 

51 2UN 

^..Mi 4*iN 

52 40N 

liver 45 30N 
JO 31 N 

ISN 

I 25N 
43N 

SO 4UN 

,„ .M aN 

ii;s^41 258 

^~.~^i ;i3N 

)rris61 29N 

51 24N 

52 I3N 

41 IN 

IN 

ltlo..JM) 4!)N 
'ett,^2 I8N 
...3H 3N 
~-(W S7N 
.^4 UN 
It of :M 4SN 

54 1«N 

54 4UN 

..>.>J>4 44(N 
ikIlmi 52 4UN 
Mi 2S 
4(>N 
52 I7N 
~-3;i ON 

■ 58 22N 

,11 3.>N 
5,1 2(lN 



78 SOW 

!* 5(>B 

114 58R 

9 2lB 

117 40B 

4 38B 

tf 6B 

22 57B 

89 lOH 

1113 30K 

4 'iW 

8a 2W 

146 6tlK 

117 42B 

4 iW 

146 52K 

U8 .'low 
84 29W 



1 57 W 

4 13M 

7 4«K 

9 tKw 

7 Ub 

to a7B 

10 34b 

33 OB 

15 23B 

4 6B 

22 I OB 
9 24b 

15 2lK 

23 ;<5K 

Uw 

16 S!tB 

1 MW 
65 MW 

I 6W 

5 31B 
61 25B 
68 4Uvr 

1 KiW 

1 aiw 

145 S6B 

lOwr 

1 I4W 

22W 

1 37W 
72 5W 
76 22Hr 

32vir 
3 ItW 

14 8B 

17 7« 
4S 3l)B 
44 OB 

9 33b 

1 44w 

1 50W 

2 49w 
76 I SB 



81 
8 

7 

7 

26 

7 

23 

8 

8 

34 

59 

9 

8 

15 

43 

38 

36 

60 

36 

9 

37 

59 

.'» 

39 

33 

52 

8 

7 

21 

25 

21 



»ni«) -40 38N 75 56*v 47 



I7»v 
2 4W 

107 lOB 
S UW 
S 44B 

2 1-W 



47 
22 
57 
21 
S7 
44 
44 
23 
35 
55 
lu 
48 
67 
57 
10 
56 

48 

47 

.16 
7 
18 
21 
44 
44 
44 
44 
3»« 
2(1 
19 
S9 
25 
26 
26 
8 
24 
8 
46 
10 
19 
38 
46 
8 
8 

57 

8 

8 

8 

8 

47 

48 

8 

8 

32 

86 

38 

36 

25 

7 
7 

H 
38 

9 

8 
66 

9 
18 

7 



I1ardcaatlc>M.»~~29 17a 



Hardegsen^„,„..«.,^.>Sl 37N 
Hardeiibcrg <.~„.~^2 35N 
Ilarderwyk ,,,,,,,^2 21 n 
Hardington ,,...^^.^1 16n 
IIardinsville<w,~,.~35 ION 
Hardwar Hill ,,,^18 5N 
Hard\viGk<».~.^>»~51 4!)n 
Hardvrick..„....,.,^Sl 5tlN 
Hardwick ~»o.>^>52 13n 

Hardwick ^ 52 2)IN 

Hardwick .11 .'>5n 

Hardwicke H .14 50s 

Hardwick'8 Range 30 258 

Hardy Inlet :U 208 

Hare Bay 51 15n 

± Hare Indi)in8^w~.66 On 



Hare lelo ^Rivcr 

Ht Lawrence) 
Harebiba 
Harefleld 
Hareidland 
Harin 
Hnreshaw. 
Harewood 
Harewc"^. 
Harfleur. 
Harford 
Hargabogt 



47 49N 
,15 40N 
5! 3:n 
62 15N 
5,1 ION 

55 4UN 

.^_5I 57N 

.#«*.#^3 54 N 

49 32N 

60 2«N 

57 3(lN 



Hariiiarpoor >^^27 SON 
Haringviiet Uivur, 
or Flakkee R. -.51 47n 



Hario 

llarkebrucke 

Harlaston^.. 

Ilarlaw 

Hariaxton 

Harle 

Marlecli 



44 3N 
„.^1 7N 
— 5J 43N 

^f,7 IHN 

„.i2 ass 

.i5 32N 
52 52N 



Harlemmer Meet 52 IKN 
Harleston ^,,.,,^,.Ji'2 16n 



Harlesville>~ 

H arlethorpc. 

Marley 

Harling Et 

Marlingen 

Harlingtoii 

Marlow 

Mnriston 

H arlton 

Harmelnay. 

Hartiionv ~. 




34 22N 
53 »iN 
52 .16V 
.52 27N 
.M ION 
.M 29N 

51 46N 
J 8N 

52 ION 
.17 40N 
38 llN 

41 40n 
M 8n 
,'.7 23m 

42 34N 
^.17 44N 
~-60 47n 

.46 ION 

-32 3ltN 
.->!> MS 

>;«.i 4N 

JU) ION 
Jf! »IN 

.40 aiN 
.55 ;«iN 

,42 27 N 

.41 .15N 

~Ji4 3N 



I'annozica 
Harmston ^^. 
Harnain Locli 
1 1 tiro. 

I'aroldiibur);,^^ 
rarolddwick B 
Haromfa ,„».,. 
Hamol, or Sub- 

sawur It. ^^ 
Harori<> .^,,^.,., 
I aroi>liotli~,,,,.», 
Uaroiiii, or 

Hur Mount ~, 
I'arpaiitii 
Hiirp;itiis It. 
HarperHeld . 
Har|>cr8tleld 
HarpeMiu R 
Harpliane ^ 

Harpley 'i2 4»n 

Uarpol ^.,.„...„..,!>7 I3N 
Harpole^.^^^^.li 14N 

Harponliiilly „ 14 46N 

Ilurport Lucli ^^SJ 21 n 
Hari>Mlitle~,^~,^5il 37N 
llarpstcdt ..,^..,.,..52 55N 
I'lirptree, i:.^,.,J5l J7n 

llnrptroo, \V 51 I8N 

Ilarruii ^.^^^^,SJ ON 

• array 89 3n 

Hiirre ^...■„„.....«^'>0 2In 
Hiirric.iniiau R. .,^1 On 
Harridsloy ^«,^_.'S7 28n 
llairinKtiin ,.,.„^.J» I7n 
Harrln^Tlon Inlct~^1l Ms 
Hiirringwcirtli ^.^i 3.1N 
ilarriurnoor ^»,^2I 54 N 
Harris, lale ^^..^'tl 50n 

Harrit Mt. ^...^ 31 158 

Harris Ml ,11 1.^8 

Harris (Rum) ,.,^67 In 
H/irrls. Sound ot,».^7 44n 
Harrikburgh >.^,..;i6 40N 
Harriiburgh ~.,.^>0 IHn 

* Harrlsburg V.~.V9 45N 
Harrison ^.....^^'.Ki I8N 
llarrJHon's Bay ^70 25n 
Harrlittown „^^^^H:t I On 
Harrold ^,.,^^...52 1 'n 

HnrroMwIik (io 4fi.N 

Harrow ^.^,^,,^^M 



25 47B 


44.] 


9 46B 


21 


6 37B 


18 


5 36B 


18 


2 2lw 


8 


88 I2W 


48 


76 46W 


60 


2 l!)W 


8 


1 low 


8 


IB 


8 


1 18R 


8 


81 17W 


48 


1.17 20B 


66 


\M OB 


41 


IIS IIB 


67 


65 40W 


45-1 


123 OW 


45 


69 44W> 


46 


68W 


44 


28W 


8 


5 48B 


26 


6 36B 


18 


3 25W 


10 


2 4-'W 


8 


1 30W 


7 


llB 


15 


3 ft3w 


8 


6 54W 


9 


85 23B 


39 


4 8R 


IS 


1 3W 


16 


7 62B 


21 


1 4lw 


8 


2 26W 


9 


40w 


7 


9 26R 


25 


4 6W 


8 


4 40B 


18 


68W 


8 


79 25Hr 


48 


52W 


7 


2 .14W 


8 


57B 


8 


5 '^•>m 


18 


2,-.W 


8 


6K 


8 


4B 


8 


.'<R 


8 


7 iw 


9 


87 SOW 


47 


43 25B 


59 


;J4W 


7 


7 I4W 


9 


8 S4W 


29 


84 51 W 


48 


47w 


10 


17 24B 


33 


1 4.1 R 


38 


73 .18B 


39 


35 :UB 


37 


35 l»B 


43 


28 27« 


69 


43 37 R 


69 


3 47W 


10 


74 49W 


47 


85 45R 


r.9 


l))W 


7 


40R 


8 


52W 


9 


SOW 


8 


76 OR 


'.>9 


6 2IW 


9 


3 29W 


9 


8 .15k 


21 


8 .Dtw 


8 


2 .17W 


8 


•Ul 9K 


•M 


3 llw 


U 


S :i7B 


\'.i 


79 40W 


45-1 


9 54B 


28 


91 47W 


48 


152 4<iB 


56 


3!>W 


8 


86 40R 


:i9 


6 5<i\v 


9 


147 S)IK 


m 


116 44k 


57 


6 24W 


9 


7 b\v 


9 


89 8W 


4H 


76 47W 


47 


90 :«iw 


49 


84 51 W 


47 


ISi I5W 


4J-I 


6 4lw 


13 


.17 w 


8 


M)\v 


10 



I2N 
61 5N 



llasle 
Haslemere 

Hatlingdun ,.^^,.£3 43N 
Haslington ^.^^^53 6n 



Haslingtun Talk«~53 4n 
Hasora ,.,^„^^,.Ji6 I3n 
Hasitan ^,^,,.,^,.^13 3n 
Hassan Batrik^^...^ 37n 
Hassan, Ben Ali 

Tomb of. See 

Ruins of Baby- 

Hassan Clielebi^. .18 47n 

Hassan DagI I .'18 12N 

Hassan-Kaleli 39 55N 

Hassan Khan 30 44N 

Hassan Paclia 
Hau Berg^^^.^, 
Hasselfela. 
Hasselgegaard 
Hasseic 



Hasselt 
Haascndean 
Hassendorf.. 
Hasseywell < 
H assfurt 
Uassi 
Ilassi Farsik 
Hiifsington 



44 I8N 
.■iO 4N 
.,~6I 4.1N 
^,^5 ION 
.,..,..,50 SON 
— 52 3(iN 
..-55 2«N 
— 54 5N 

^!>7 am 

.,~-50 3N 
.41 46N 
27 .15N 
52 a.)N 



Hasskrog „.-.,„„,„54 2n 

Hasslacii 48 ION 

Hassli Valley 46 .1«n 

H.issyah „,,. ,,,.34 20N 

H isivdt 53 dN 

Hastings „.>.„„„.52 llN 
± Hastings,.»,~„,„44 30N 
H lAtings, Isle „,„. 7 108 
ll.isiiiigBi<iver,.„.,3l 3Us 
Hastrup ,..,.,„ „ w-65 56n 

llasvig „.70 .1.'>N 

Hasy, el W 31 2HN 

liatclice R., Big„„12 4<.tN 
Hattield 53 Xis 



HutHel<l. 
Hatliain R. 
Hatlicrleigli 
liatlicm , 
Hatlierop. 
HatliersiKC ,~~ 
Hatley. K. 

H.nni,.„,„„,_-> 
Hatras „,.„„„. 
H<kitenis, Cape . 
llatton 
Hat ton 



1 46N 
..'12 46s 

. .Dl SON 

.~,.'S2 47N 
,„5I 44N 
— 5,1 20N 
.~.52 8n 
~35 32N 

i7 3lN 

.~,35 13N 
..'i6 49n 
57 40N 



liiitton Castle.„„,Jl7 3In 
Hiiu^^^^^,..^.,,..&S ION 
Haiia Haua. or 

Tologa Buy 38 248 

Hiiubourdin „.,,,,,JiO 36N 
H .ution lMains,„,„33 2tis 
Haugliioii „.,.,».„„S2 47n 

Hiuluill 54 5IN 

lluulool 25 .18n 

Hioptir ^^^M 42n 

, auraki, Ci. of ^\6 2l)8 

^ I auraii „. ,,,.'{2 Son 

. aunri „,~„~~„~.'1!4 2(!s 

I auriri Ra it II r. 3!) XM 

lliiiiseii 4S 34N 

Itaiisker ,„~~,,~.-54 27n 
' iiiiSi'vz 1.1. ^^..^i 40a 
n«uswuri,„„„„„.50 28N 
ilaut Ule ,.,~,~,~,45 20N 

Haute Idle 44 7n 

liauwt-rt ,„„„.„„6:i 44N 
liavaniia ~„„„..,..23 'N 
Havanna 

(Alabama) ,14 SON 

Havant W .VN 

llavay ~, -SO Sis 

llavdcgrinci Ruck~)iO )IN 
Havel River„„.,.„S2 .52N 

I I a velburg,.„ „ .,„,..52 SIN 

llaveitt) „. ~.... ' >2 47N 

Haven, East -,,»,„^)6 31 N 
Haven, West ,~~JMi 31 n 
l<avuningliam~,~,A2 ION 
Maveringland „.,~Ji2 40N 
llKvera Islet ,„~,.„60 4n 

Haverfonlwest SI 4HN 

Haveriiill .m.,,,,.,,,,.^^ 5N 

Havpriiill 14 3N 

Haverthwaite ,„,~.54 t«>N 

fl'RVotliJair„w.„>32 MiN 
lavre de Urace ~.49 30n 
Havre de Grace ,„3lt 32n 

Havre, • d. 49 2.IN 

llavsley, K. « -„,')4 '2.iS 

Hawakiro 38 278 

Hawanleii _„ ^.5.1 Ion 



10 lOB 

44W 

7 39B 

2 20W 

2 16W 

2 15W 

74 37B 

76 12B 

38 24B 



25 

8 

17 

7 

7 

7 

39 

39 

36 



37 42B 
34 12B 
41 37B 
67 ISR 

SO &5B 

1«> 3tiK 

10 63B 

10 4PB 

5 80B 

6 SB 

2 44W 
10 33B 

a 35W 
10 27> 
20 65B 

3 8W 
3 IW 

10 SOB 

8 7« 

8 17B 

37 22B 

8 .i5B 

1 35W 

77 a-iw 

116 ISR 

152 a5K41,S(i 



36 
36 
36 
36 
38 

ai 

22 
21 
2,5 
19 
18 
10 
25 

9 
22 
33 
44 

8 
25 
22 
17 
36 
21 

8 
46 
40 



9 llB 
21 COB 
34 40B 
86 40w 

ftaw 

14W 
116 30B 

4 3W 

1 I6W 
1 4SW 

1 4IW 
7W 

42 40R 
78 UB 
75 27W 

2 32W 

3 32W 
3 26W 

10 6(>B 

178 2lR 

2 5',)R 

l:i9 45K 

2 low 

10 4IK 

52 25B 

77 4ltK 

175 HR 
3(i 20K 

176 SOK 
176 .V.'K 

10 HR 

3(iW 

1 75 40B 

9 32 ■ 

64 45W 

m 30W 

5 .IK 
82 22W 



25 

26 

37 

48 

7 

8 

57 

8 

8 

8 

7 

8 

69 

39 

48 

9 

9 

9 

85 

57 
15 
56 
8 
25 
.-» 
.19 
57 
.'«7 

57 
22 
7 
W 
22 
46 
47 
18 
60 



88 2W 48 
.'>9w 8 
4 IK 19 
2 OW Io 

12 IR 

12 3R 
6 14B 



24 
24 
18 



3 'MW 10 



10 
8 
8 



2 3UW 
1 24 R 
I lOH 

1 23w 10 
4 MiW 8 
2JB 8 

72 OW 47 

3 SW 7 
35 SOB 37 

7b is 
76 2w 47 

2 ;i,'<w ij 

1 -oiv 7 
174 48B 67 

3 Iw 7 



Healey 
Healey 
Hean . 
Heast 
Heath 

Heatlifleld,w„.„. 
Ilebbum ,„,.».. 
Hebden 
Hebecourt 
Hebert Point 
lie bran 
Hebi'as 



54 I3N 

.,»„-54 66N 

.20 37N 

57 12N 

.53 IIN 

.-50 67N 

^6!» I3N 

,~,54 4N 

.49 49N 

43 46N 

,12 35N 

,,„.,,,32 41 N 



Hebreo Kastro„.~,„37 24N 
Hebrides, or 

Western Isles -.57 40n 

Hebro-,- —24 258 

Hebron, or 

Kirjatliarba ~-~ 31 aiN 
Hebrus R.— -,-.41 48N 
Hecliemin —,——47 AGn 
He-clioui-ho -,— J2 20N 
He-clioui-kiang— ^ On 

Heckfleld 51 \nti 

Heckia(d. Uist)-,57 19n 

Heckington 52 69N 

Hecla. Mount 64 ON 

Heclingen 48 2lN 



Hector R 

Heddington 

Heddon 

Hedal 

Hede 

Ilede 

Hedegaard 

Hedel -,— 

Heden — 

Hedenfors 

Hedenhani -,—52 .ION 




10 2N 
1 23N 
65 ON 
SON 
.48 17N 
.62 23N 
.56 12N 
I 45N 
-,.16 12N 
65 47N 



Hedesund— .. 
Hedineh — . 
Hedinge, S. . 
Hedingen — ,, 
Hedingen — 
Hedingliam 
H'.dingliam 
Hedmora 
Hednas 
Hedon 
Hedsor -. 
Hedworth 




,-,60 23N 
,-,;« 42N 
— 56 19N 
.-,47 I8N 
47 17N 

51 SON 

.-,-J52 ON 

60 I.IN 

6tN 

46N 

I 34N 

. „ ,, „ ,— 54 5HN 

Hedyplion R. 31 ION 

Hce -,-,-,-„--,„56 4N 
Hee, Ben -,—,.-58 I6N 
Heeg ——,——.52 5UN 
Ik'ulian —,—26 30N 
Heelian -,—,—26 .WN 
Heeniskerk Mt. -.41 S5a 
Heenipoor ———22 26N 
lleertle -,——62 25N 
Heereiibcrg, S. -.61 S4N 
lUeri'iibroek ——53 32N 
lleerenvcen —53 Ai'N 
Heerioor ——13 MN 
Heerle —,——61 3IN 
lleerlein —50 54N 




Haescli 
Hegadis 

MeKgadaveiico(ta 
llcgisl.'iiid 

HfilK'lll ,„ 

Ili-idukrug 
Hi'iilvlbtfck 
lleideli)erg 

Heidun — 

Heiden Naiib, R 

Heidenburg 

lleidenlieini 

Heidliigfe!d 

llclgliaiu Booth 
Heighington -, 
IlKiKliingion — ,. 
Heiibroii -,-. 
Muilingenburg 

llLMligeiillilffU 

HeiliKtinstadt 
IK'iUliirg — . 
Huinola — ,— — , 
Hoiscliling — ,-.. 
Hoiselt -,-,-,, 
Hvisli Jebul -. 

Heist 

ileisieniest 
Heitershein 
Hi.'illiniore .. 
Hekawa— ,-,—,. 
Hekkariyuli R. 
Hela— . 
I Irlbre Idle 
Mi'ldburg-,- 

Heldvn 

I teldur — ,-„— .„-_52 
Hel'.lt'wHtli .16 



48 
.4!t 

.13 
>3 
,54 
.49 
.47 
.54 

51 
.64 
.60 
.49 

57 
-33 

,-.13 
,_14 

_t7 
.57 

-17 

.54 

,.13 
,50 
..M 



46N 
158 

ION 
I8N 

52N 

20N 

8N 

a4N 

36N 
34N 
32N 
40N 
I3N 
5*IN 
t2N 
36N 

9N 
49N 
26N 
26N 

8N 
IIN 
43N 
ISN 
ISN 
4IN 

42N 
53N 
20N 
398 
40N 
iflN 

93N 

16N 
ISN 

SON 

7N 



I 46w 

1 ft:iw 

106 23<C 

5 54W 
I 17w 

16B 

1 42W 
1 S«W 
8 16B 

64 ttw 
36 46K 
35 54B 
24 23B 

7 OW 
63 36W 

35 8R 
26 20R 

11 20B 
103 OB 
105 30B 

S9W 

7 16W 

18W 
19 30 w 

8 S7R 
76 17W 

1 SOW 
I 48W 

9 45B 
1 48W 

13 .10R 
9 7B 

6 15R 
8 S6B 

21 37B 
1 23H 

17 IR 
00 2R 

12 20B 
8 20B 
8 27B 
.11R 
39B 

15 5.5K 

19 MlB 
I3W 

41W 

1 2!»W 
49 45B 

8 23B 

4 42W 
A 3.1B 

60 i.'iB 

60 LIB 

145 I4R 

80 I7R 

6 IB 

6 iKK 

5 58B 
A 54 B 

76 .1«R 

4 2B 

5 SOB 

6 32 B 
122 6.'<R 

76 5B 

7 4.'B 

26 7* 
21 22B 

8 .18B 

8 4IB 

9 33B 
12 4B 
12 S3B 

10 UB 
9 S7B 

2 I7W 

28W 

1 36W 

9 I4B 

6 IBB 

11 4R 
10 lOR 

20 34 R 
26 4B 

A AlU 
10 IVB 
'M Si R 

9 .17 R 

18 4IB 

7 41R 

3 <!W 
178 .11 ■ 

43 35B 
18 49B 

3 13W 

10 4.1 R 
.*> 5:)R 

4 44R 
9 I (IB 



7 

1 

40 
9 
7 

7 
7 
15 
46 
37 
37 
34 

9 
53 

37 

59 

22 

53 

55 

8 

9 

7 

45 

2% 

60 

8 

7 

26 

lli 

26 

25 

18 

25 

26 

8 

26 

38 

25 

17 

17 

8 

a 

28 

86 

7 

8 

7 

5(> 
25 
9 
18 
3K 
38 
»7 
.''9 
18 
18 
18 
18 
39 
18 
18 
18 
40 
37 
26 
33 
24 
21 
22 
17 
22 
22 
22 
£2 
7 
7 
7 
28 
23 
25 
24 
24 
27 
19 
25 
.■'7 
2.1 
24 
22 
9 
til 
36 
^4 
1 

22 
IX 
IH 
25 



\ 



INDEX TO BLACK'S GEN El 



N*in. 



HeinprigK* L. ,.,,.JS ^i.v 
Hoiiipnoad hilla^^l ;i5s 

tloiiison, Isle 6i 4;JN 

Heiiiiwortli—. ^.M 37m 

lleintclnba Gl. ^.^2a Ss 

Henui 1 IfiN 

Hemyoke ...^....^Mi Wn 
Hon a 43V 




Hen and Cliickcna 

Mc I New 

Zealand)... ....35 3/8 

Hen Egn ^..^.^^^J Ks 
Ilenbiiry .^1 30.V 



Menderland ~..m.~,M 2f«!« 
Hondorsiiii ~,-^>«.15 23v 
Hoiiderson Uiver 40 54f» 



llcndon , 
Heiidrik'8 U»v, 

HoMHcId L. 

jjeng, ^ 
Hens-clioo 
Ilcnjfcrsberg^ 
Hengkiang . 
HcpkIo 



57 M.v 

— 50 aiN 

,?2 37N 
,~^/ Oj* 
— 48 4.'5!« 
— 2!> Om 
.-~A2 3m 



Heiis'nive — .,-.-<^3 IBM 
Heniftclicoii -.,.,^17 5M 
Menliain on the 

Hill 51 SSM 

llcnkart .» ..^7 34m 

Henkeliim 51 S3m 

Henkong. ltiver..>A2 3(tM 
Hen k iipe-..„......>47 ♦('m 

Henley ...,52 7M 

Henley .^...51 3iM 

lienleyin Arden~.A;< 19m 
Henlopen Cape ~.3« 46m 
Hennebon ...,.^.^..,47 4HM 

Henry 33 igM 

Henry, Cape 3G .VtM 

Henry Isle e9 4(IM 

Henryville ....wJS IJM 

Henwll ,S3 4'jjt 

HensinRham 54 32m 

Hensival 50 35m 

Hensted 52 25n 

Heiitlia 22 5«M 

Heou-long-clie~ «-84 3Hm 



Heplizibah 
Hepple ,.-« 
ilepsteustall 
Heptanomli 
lleraate« ^ 
Ileraciek ~. 
tleraclea ~ 
lleraclea ~. 
Meraclea ~- 
ncraclea .> 
Mer.tclea 



— 30 78 
I8h 
.i.wi^..> 5 3 45M 
4AM 
.26 ION 
..U MM 
.33 38M 



.„^i9 20M 
.~,.w40 lOM 

40 WM 

— .^1 Sn 
Ilentclea Minoa ..JJ i5M 
U'raclea I'oniica 41 ISM 
Heraclea SInta. ...41 27ir 

Heracleop'>lis inag.39 7m 
He-acleuin ..........30 Mm 

Heracleiiin ^.......31 32n 

H!>niklia ............as 50M 

Herat ».... ......34 35m 

Heratoo Fi»rt ......33 UM 

t Herault, Depart- 
merit of ...........43 35M 

Heray 57 32M 

Heraz, Hivcr ......36 35m 

Herbert Town 52 31 M 

Herbiai. or Cupe 

River IS 211 

llerblingen .^^.,^47 44M 

Uerbolilielm 48 l.'iN 

Herbom 60 39M 

Herbrigen ...46 7M 

Hercaniiin~..........47 60m 

Herculaneuiii ......40 5()M 

Herciilaneiiin 

(Mi»ouri) 38 16m 

Herculla I. .........41 SM 

Herculis Forttt8....43 36M 

Uerculii l'r......,„J7 6"m 

HvrculU Pr....,..,..^) 20N 

Hcrdhiiwah 23 «0M 

Herdiilioii«6-........Jk7 ft()N 

Uereihe ^^^^^'.tt 3.tM 

Her el ...31 OM 

Herek ...... ..JKt JMiM 

llerdal ...............61 Aim 

Hcredia ...............10 9m 

Hereford ~.~.«»..J>2 3m 
Herefordf>liire ....Jki 7m 

Heremenco ^^^4H lOM 
Herencia ~....»....3tf Si3M 

HerentltuU .........51 llM 

Heres ................J? 47m 

t Hercytilu 50 dm 

llerrord ^.^.-......52 7M 

Horgjswyl ... .....46 SUM 



3 7w 

117 20B 

18 4B 

1 22w 

32 25B 

42 2<iH 

3 \iW 

109 SUB 



173 3nB 

5 4*{W 

2 38W 

3 law 
80 \4W 
UO SOW 

I3W 

148 lOK 

I«W 

I0» I7B 

25b 

Ob 

OB 

6 20B 
40B 

112 40B 



112 

13 

113 



9 
57 
26 

7 

43 
42 

8 
06 



41 

9 

8 

10 

48 

47 

8 

41 

8 

40 

55 

» 

40 

18 

8 

40 



15R 

8 40B 

5 3B 

H9 2«W 

15 49B 

1 8B 

y,w 

1 53w 
75 3W 

3 19nr 
84 8W 

75 49W 
23 30w 
73 low 

I BW 
3 34W 

1 38B 
96 36B 

120 4SB 40,55 

25 15B 44 

2 iW 
8 iw 

31 lOB 

76 40B 
38 51B 
35 42B 

26 47B 

16 40B 
21 SOB 
28 OB 
13 20B 
31 28B 
23 18B 

31 lOB 

32 4B 
20 IB 
25 2HB 
62 I OB 
52 38B 



8 

17 

18 

35 

23 

8 

8 

8 

47 

15 

48 

48 

45 

46 

7 

7 

19 

8 

40 



7 
7 
59 
39 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
59 
59 
69 
SO 
50 
59 
60 
50 
34 
38 
38 



3 SIB 16 

7 l!)w 9 
52 25B 38 

8 25W 13 



83 42W 
8 40B 

7 47« 

8 17a 
7 51B 

35 »m 
14 25B 



49 
17 
22 
22 
17 
58 
59 



90 12W 

8 I4B 

10 21 B 
16 AB 

9 40w 
70 28B 

7 IW 
35 41B 
32 24 B 

5 8B 
13 56a 
74 ftiw 

2 42Mr 

2 45W 

7 26B 

3 2IW 

4 4IIB 
48 (IB 38,40 

11 30B 58 

8 38B 21 
8 I9B 17 



♦7 
50 
50 
59 
58 
39 

37 
60 
19 
96 
A2 
8 
8 
17 
30 
19 



i.ery le 
I ' 01 X berg , 
ITercberg , 
t HorKeguvlnii 
tlerzele 



.49 4UN 

.51 ;i!)N 

I4M 

...43 20M 

..JSO SJH 



llerzgenide .......Jil 3!im 

Ilesban ......... 31 47m 

I'eadin ........4 50 19m 



Heslibon 

Ilesket, Netlier 
Ilesket, New- 
market 
Heskin ., 
Heslind .., 
Heiiliiigen 



-J I 47 M 
.54 50M 



S6M 
7 3iM 

51 44M 

~..w57 aiM 

51 'i!)M 

56 31 M 

w47 37'' 

53 50M 

— -'1 6M 

57 9iH 

.54 5UM 

.14 14M 

12 :J3M 

.....i^il lliM 

J2 V7M 

3m 

50 57M 

lleystoiMlenbt-rgli ^l 5m 



Heytesbury 
Hesar*acp»... 

Hialterup 

Hianuliiiw .. 
Hiardem^ial... 
Hiarkika ..... 
Iliamock Mt. 
Hianip ~.~... 
HibaUtow 



...Jkl llM 

41 40m 

55 37M 

50 &7m 

57 5M 

15 30n 

34 28 

... . ...55 27 M 

53 32M 



Hlbb't Pt 42 428 



Hibe 

Uibeh. Kl 

t llibemia .. 
Ilickleton ..... 
llickling ~.„ 
Uick« li. — 
Hick«rord~.., 



25 30M 

i6 I3M 

5.1 Om 

53 33m 

'12 46m 

V 358 

36 35M 



llidang 27 41m 

Hidden, lulu r>4 28m 

llie-che-cliin M. ...22 48m 
II iede~.............~.55 AN 

Hielm, I»!e ~. 56 7n 

Uioliiiur. or 

Hielmaren Lake 59 I4n 

Hielmeland M 12n 

llielmstadt 57 I!'n 

Hielun ... 54 4»n 

Hiera 3H On 

Hiera ..-W 24N 

llieraPr. ^ ;<6 UN 

Hieracon ...~. -27 22n 

Hieraconpoliii ^^'/i 6m 
lliempuii8~.~.~.~.M 31 N 
HierapoliD, or 

Uambyce~...~.«^ A5N 
Hienipytna ..^.....35 IN 

Ilierutis 28 50M 

Hierden... 52 22M 

Hierei 43 UN 

llierk S6 42m 

Hieroiii.ix 11. 32 40\ 

IliuMn Oro«Pr. ...41 8n 

Hierosolyina... 31 4UM 

HiersHO .~4S 41 N 

llierting ~55 30m 

Iligiiiiu M. •"« 



3 40B 
10 2lB 
13 15B 
18 OB 

3 A.SB 
It l'2B 
35 53B 

2 3B 
35 53B 

2 51W 



54 44N 
M 3IIM 

56 19m 

53 20M 



Ilcsniedgaard ......55 3()M 

l!espi>ri<luni 1..W...II Om 
He«peris ............32 Dm 

He>perU Aetliiopesll OM 
He»|>er(i Kerna ...12 V5M 
Hi>piniti8«..........40 30m 

t llo»«e Ca»Md 51 (tM 

± Hesse Duruitiadtjo ION 
HesMlce, or 

Hesael Isle 56 13m 

He^sle...... ,'>3 44m 

Heasum 
Hetton 
Hesudnis 
Met Dorp 
ilet Loo 



3 Iw 

8 45W 

9 6b 
19b 
20B 

OW 
IB 

0«r 
OW 
40 45B 
9 30B 
8 45B 



9 
8 
16 
20 
14 
17 



52 30M 

54 5(1M 

~,31 IOm 

.~.5,i a)M 

52 15M 

Het Zand ^..........52 5()N 

Helh ... .....26 15N 

Hetlienett............52 37n 

Helliery Haugli~..JMi 58n 

Hetchel 

Hettenheuvel 

Signal 
Hettlingen. 
Heul Inn 
lleiiaden....... 

Heval Mount. 

Hever, W 

Hevering ..... 

Heves ....... 

Hevikhont 

Hewerkair. 

Hewiu 

Hexhaiu 

Heyde 

Heyhop 

Heytiau ^, 

Heyno^... 

Ileysiiam 

Heysliot...... 



II 40B 

28w 
6 16r 

3 4!)W 

75 4<IB 
6 1)B 
5 57B 

4 45B 
60 46b 

1 llK 

5 35«V 
A 19B 

6 I4B 
8 42B 

4 38w 

5 8B 

7 fiw 

8 50B 
10 24B 
30 17B 
10 2(lB 

76 53r 

2 i.lW 

2 7w 

9 9B 

3 9W 
15 57B 

6 I2B 
2 55W 

43w 

4 4lB 

2 :,w 

60 :;0B 

8 40R 

1 4t»W 

8 49B 
30 40B 

138 7a 

9 SOh 

32W 
145 20b 

30 .'i8B 

32 42B 

7 30W 

1 IKW 
I 32B 

178 2dB 

77 :vjw 
86 50B 

13 7a 
115 40B 

8 38B 
10 4»a 

15 48a 
6 6B 

10 2B 

11 45B 

12 OB 

14 42K 

30 22B 

31 OB 

33 47a 
37 58a 

20 I5B 
SA 47R 
51 5B 

5 40K 

6 Ua 
8 57B 

35 45B 
39 22B 
35 lOB 
iiw 
8 24B 
111 <W 



lA 
21 
24 
33 
19 
21 
37 
15 
37 
7 

7 
7 
25 
21 
25 
58 
59 
58 
58 
59 
21 
22 

25 

7 

18 

10 

3!) 

18 

18 

18 

38 

8 

9 

19 

18 

17 

9 

18 

9 
25 
25 
23 
25 
39 

9 

7 
25 

8 
24 
18 

7 

8 
19 

8 
35 
25 

8 
25 
42 
56 
25 

7 
67 
59 
43 
68 

7 

8 
67 
48 
39 
24 
55 
25 
26 

26 
26 
25 
35 
59 
50 
69 
59 
SO 



50 
50 
69 
18 
16 
2A 
.•«7 
60 
69 
16 
25 
49 



Hillside .. 
Hillswick .. ... 
HilKown «....»„ 
Hiipertliorpe .... 
IliUton .......... 

HiltHbce 

lliUllngcn ~..... 

Hilton 
Hilton 
Hilton 
Hilton 

Hilton (Hun- 
tingdon, ...... 

Ililversuin ..... 

Hilzingen ...„ 
Hinmluyu iMts. 
Hiniango 
Hinibeck 



^....50 08 

— 60 2UN 

.~J>4 UN 

— 54 8M 

~.53 47m 

~..« OM 

-~48 9M 

54 35N 

-50 50M 

~57 32M 

57 46m 

52 IBM 

~.~52 13M 

47 45M 

— 30 «M 
^~.64 7n 
51 49M 



Hiinbleton .....««^2 14M 

Hinielwitz . 50 Mm 

Hinicm 11.^.........^/ 5m 

Hiniern, Ta. H. 
Hinilingoye 
lliiiistrup 
llin 



37 58m 
55 22M 
.55 44M 
34 5n 

38 2tlM 

19 15M 
52 -MS 
o() 2N 



^*»^»#^<wi 



,35 48N 



Hin. 
Hinclie 
Hinckley 
Hind, Isle 
Hindalia ....... 

Hindun 

Hindelbank .........47 3M 

llindeltienn .........48 4M 

Hindelo(ien ~......_52 57N 

Hinderwell 54 33M 

Hind la -22 14m 

Hind ley ~.~.~......53 32m 

Hindinarsch L. .....35 ?88 

Hindoen, Island ...68 40m 
Hiiidolveston .....J>2 SON 

Hindon ...............61 6n 

Hindoo Coosli, or 

Indian Caucusits 35 30m 
Hindoo Bagh........;tl 15m 

H indoo K(in......«.35 3M 

t Hindoostan .......24 Om 

Hindoostan .........38 .tOv 

Hindoun .....,......_26 50n 

H indringliuni 52 53m 

Hinds L. ..... .'iO 458 

Hindur ,34 28m 

Hing-cliuo~.~.~.....'<2 5.N 

Ilingliani ...52 36N 

H ingliengliat ......20 27n 

Hinghoa ....^.........'5 15M 

Hinjuw ...^...^.....41 4M 

Hiiika, Lake 44 20N 

lUn-ngan .•J2 3IM 

liinojures ^.^.......37 4lN 



Ilinojosn, or 
Cordova ~ 
Iliiiojoso ...... 

IIin>tock ..... 

Iljntcr-Klioin 
Hintlei'liuiu ... 
HiiiKin ........... 

llinwyli ........ 

Hinziia Kra»l~. 

Hinze 

t Ilioring 



38 23N 

.41 3UN 

52 50N 

46 32N 

...52 2M 

...AO 47M 

..-47 18M 

..^32 98 

~.45 6!»M 

...57 22M 

Hioring 57 30m 



HiorieU... 
Hipolute .. 

Hipper .. 

Hippis I'r. 
liipponium 
Ilippua ...... 

Hippos 



.J57 9M 

9 OM 

M 46V 

;«) SON 

3H 45M 

......28 3m 

.-i2 45N 



Hippo Zaryttis 37 2UN 

IlippusU 42 4()M 

Iliquira 29 408 

HIni 32 3M 

Ilirubatl 33 ON 



Hiravali Ha 

Hirbourg 

Ilirclicivu 

Hirepoli~. 

Hinniuili 

S Hirri .. 

Ilirscliaiii 

Hirat'liberg .. 

Hirachhaiisen 

Hinchol 

Hirsel 

Hiraon 



57 IN 
~.4i» 45M 

... 44 MS 

41 IOM 

41 56M 

....~......59 ON 

~.49 3(IM 
..~50 63M 
..JiO 2UM 
55 61 N 
....55 3()N 

49 54M 



llirtzliolmen Isle...57 30N 



Hirwaun 
HirzliaiMen 
Ilisuriljik ... 
Hisigine...... 

Hirpalis .... 

Hi pani.i 



...51 4:iM 
50 52N 
42 I4M 
.37 23M 

:>7 a:>s 

;«» 40N 



3 XiW 

1 i4W 
6 8w 

»w 

2W 
85 5UW 
10 43K 

2 26W 

2 irnv 

2 I6w 

3 53\V 

7w 

5 lis 

8 47b 
81 Ob 
2:i 48b 

9 48B 
2 5W 

18 30K 
i3 55R 
13 49b 
12 I2B 
12 7B 
114 Ob 
112 42B 
72 Ow 

1 22W 
8 1.3B 

6 54W 
70 56b 

7 33b 
10 3«li: 

5 24II 

4HW 
70 57 B 

2 3JW 
138 508 

15 iiOB 

1 IB 

3 tiw 



10 

10 

12 

7 

7 

48 

22 

7 

8 



9 

8 
18 
22 
3!» 
27 
21 

8 
24 
59 
59 
25 
25 
55 
55 
SO 

8 
25 
44 
38 
17 
22 
18 

7 
39 

7 
66 
26 

8 

8 

39 



72 ?0B 

68 13B 

69 OB 
80 DB 35,39 
86 4tlw 47 

77 lOK 

57b 

116 :^5B 

77 30K 
115 40B 

58B 

78 A5B 
119 IIB 

6 3!iw 
132 4.''iB 
109 20B 

3 Uw 



:» 



3!» 
7 
67 
39 
65 
8 
39 
40 
30 
35 
55 
30 



5 
2 
2 



6W 

7w 
6w 

9 IIB 
1 OB 

1 42w 

8 4.MR 
27 5;iB 

15 15K 

9 22R 

10 IR 
9 22B 

118 V6B 
I 49W 
18 lOB 

16 IkB 
35 I6R 
35 39B 

9 60B 
41 40B 

64 2(IW 
44 28B 

65 37B 

7 22W 
6 18B 

27 59a 
27 9X 
25 A6a 
25 30B 

11 64B 
16 41B 

8 I9B 

12 SOB 

2 17W 
4 48 

10 .38b 

3 •27W 
8 SIB 

24 13B 

48 20B 

A 40W 

4 30\V 



30 

29 

8 

17 

8 

8 

i7 

44 

23 

25 

25 

25 

40 

7 
69 
59 
69 
37 
59 
69 
63 
59 
38 

9 
19 
33 
33 
33 
68 
23 
84 
22 
25 
10 
16 
25 

8 
21 
33 

3a 

58 
58 



Hoe-li. ....... ...........26 ■' 

Hoei .^...,..,........31 

Hoei-fclieoii ..........30 

Hoensbrock ..........50 

Hocn-yiian .........3!) 4 

Hoepliulzcn ..........52 

Hoevelakcn .........52 

Hoff 50 1 

I! off 

I'ofgcisiuan ... 
Hofkirclien ... 



I 



Hofwyl 
Hog ilead 

Hogagcr. 



-49 
.51 
-48 
..47 
61 
22 



Hogan Is. ..^..39 

Hogary 57 3 

Hoge, Isle 54 

Hogliton ....... 63 4, 

Hogsby «. 57 1 

Hogsley ...... 56 3( 



Hogstliorpe .. 
Hogstlea Isles 
Hogyes 
Holla liuy 



.53 1; 
21 3f 
45 4: 
61 2( 
4t 
47 2.^ 



Kuliuiibuko 

Holicneller . 

Ilohen Friedberg 50 5S 
lloliunliamclii ..._.'i2 15 
Holienkamer ......4(( 2i 

Hohenlinden .......4S 5 

Holienmautli 49 66 

Hohen8chwangau~47 3i 
Holienstein ...........5,1 ;t3 

Holienzeiten...........53 6 

Hohen Ziaz ..........52 11 

t Hohenzollcrn ...48 15 

Hoilsliov 57 13 

Hoiran L 38 12 

HoJIaiid 64 48: 

Hojos 24 35 

Ho-Kew 28 2U 



Hukiutiga It 
Ho-kien..... 
Holalkawra 
Holan .... 
Hoi beach 
Ilolbeck. 
Holbek 
t Holbek 
Holiiom.. 



~.35 301 
38 30: 
14 21 
I 371 
52 491 
63 471 

.55 40! 
.'>4 121 



llulbiirn 58 ;J5I 

Holbum Head — 58 3<i.' 

± Holcar 22 0." 

Holdenhiirst.........50 46' 

Holdfll^t II. 34 6iia 

Hole-in-thc-Wall 

(Caffraria) ......32 IK 

Holescliau ...~....~49 24r 

Holey .. — ....... 52 47' 

Holey Lake 54 50f 

Holford .........,........^1 9' 

Hoi Out 28 558 



20 571 
....51 45' 
...22 10^ 
...54 lit 
...54 14' 
.~.52 57N 
48 .'iON 



Holguin 
Holibre 
1 Holkar. 
Holker..... 

Holker, Upr. 
Holkliuni .». 
Hollabrunn 
Ilotlaconib ..........50 4(l^ 

Holluin's Bird Isle 24 68 

1 Holland 52 I9N 

X IIollHnd.~......».52 30M 

Holland......... 54 3N 

Holland 

Drain, old South 52 4I^ 
Holland, 

South Dmin.......52 44N 

Holland, Oreat ~.61 49n 
Holland Harbour .46 46N 
Holland, Hook of 61 d7N 
i Holland, Little ~51 48N 

Holland Upr. 53 32n 

Holland's Dlep — 51 43N 



Hollay L. 
Holla 
Hollenbeck 
Hollenated .. 

HollHeld 

Holiingborne 
Ilollingstedo. 
Holliim 



67 18N 
...68 57N 
.63 37N 
62 53N 
.49 52N 
61 17N 
54 27N 
53 27N 



Hollum ... '^>'2 53N 



Hollyni 

lloilymount 

Holly8tone~ 

Hullywell 

Hollywood 

Holm 

Holm 

Huliii 



^5a 42N 

63 4OM 

56 19n 

— 55 4N 
>3 AN 

57 26N 
67 30N 

58 55N 



K'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



23 





Namm. Lat. 


•— %•:?.' 


10 


Hot'-li-.« 26 35N 


102 50b 55 


10 


Hoel ^^,,,^„„^\ 20N 


103 ms 40 


12 


Hoei-tflii-oii 30 Ow 


118 OH 40 


7 


Hoensbrock 50 RM 


5 54B 18 


7 


Hocn-j'imn ^ m 40n 


113 42B 65 


48 


H(M>pliiil/,cn~,^^52 23» 


6 42B 18 


22 


Hoevclakcn ~-. 52 UN 


5 28B 18 


7 


Hoff .^0 1!)N 


II 55B 22 


8 


I! off 49 4()M 


17 33B 23 


9 


I'ofgeisiimn ~,~,^5I 30M 


9 24B 21 


9 


HofUircliun -„^^48 3UN 


13 8B 22 




Hofwvl 47 2m 


7 29B 17 


8 


Hoff Uciid 51 4(iw 


10 13W 13 


18 


I'ogl. , 22 ON 


90 37B 39 


22 


Hogagcr 5(> 23n 


8 53B 25 


3!» 


Ilogiin Is :}9 IBS 


147 3B 66 


27 


Hogiiry 57 371* 


7 28\V » 


21 


Hoge, Isle 54 3(i.v 


8 37b 25 


8 


Ilogliton ,,,^ 53 43N 


2 34W 7 


24 


Hogsby^ 57 16N 


15 57B 26 


59 


Hogsley 5« 36n 


9 8B 2.; 


5!) 


Hogstliorpe ^ 53 13N 
Hogsties Isles , 21 3HN 


16b 7 


25 


73 SOW 50 


25 


llogyes ^45 43N 

Holia Bay 51 2(IN 

lIuliuiibuKo ^^..^51 46N 


19 4SB 23 


r.5 


59 5W 45 


55 


13 30B 24 


5(J 


Holieneller ^ ^47 25n' 


10 6B 22 


8 


Ilolieti Friedberg 50 55N 


16 17b 24 


25 


llolicniiainelii 52 15n 


10 7K 21 


44 


Holienkumer ~,..,4)l 2:i.v 


11 32b 22 


3H 


Holienlinden 48 6n 


11 68B 22 


17 


Holienmauth ^^49 5()N 


16 8B 23 


22 


Hohenschwangau-47 3In 


10 47K 22 


18 


Holienstein ~.5,1 33N 


20 8B 24 


7 


Hnlienzeiten^^<^53 5N 


10 SOB 21 


39 


Ilolieii Zia2~~^~-52 llN 


12 llB 24 


7 


t Hohenzollcrn ^48 I5N 
Hoilshov 57 13N 


9 OB 22 


66 


10 5E 25 


26 


Hoinin L 38 12n 


30 5ttB 36 


8 


HoJlHiid ,„64 4HN 


12 25B 26 


8 


Hojog 24 35N 


98 6IW 49 




Ho-Kew 28 28N 


117 40B 55 


39 


Hoklaiigil 11. 35 308 


173 26B 67 


39 


Ilo-kien ^:i8 30n 


116 6B 55 


39 
5,39 


Holalknwra 14 2n 


76 13r 39 


Ilolati 50 37N 


14 33B 23 


47 


Holbeacli ~.52 49N 


OB 8 


3!) 


Holbcck .^~ 53 47N 


1 33W 7 


7 


H(ilb«k 55 4.'<N 


11 42B 25 


57 


i Holbek -~ 55 40.V 

Holiiom ^ ')4 12N 


11 22B 25 


;» 


3 15W 7 


55 


Ilolbiirn 58 ;»5n 


3 33W 9 


8 


Holbum Head 58 3(iN 


3 38nr 11 


39 


± Holcar 22 (W 

Holdenliiirst 50 40M 


76 OB 39 


40 


I SOW 8 


30 


Holdfil^t It. ~J4 5t» 


138 30B 56 


35 


Hole-in-tlic-Wall 




55 


(Caffraria) 32 (is 


28 51 B 44 


30 


Hdleschaii 49 21N 


1: 37K 23 




Holey 52 47.V 


1 24B 8 


30 


Holev Lake 54 50N 


136 Ow 45 


29 


llolford 51 9N 


3 13W 8 


H 


Hoi Gat 28 558 


17 6B 44 


17 


Ilolguin 20 57M 


76 26w 50 


8 


Holibre ...^m~>~>«mA1 45n 


1 6W 8 


8 


t Holkar^ 22 ION 


75 65B 39 


!7 


Holker 64 llN 


3 0*V 7 


44 


Holker, Upr. M UN 


3 2»V 7 


23 


Holkbam 52 57N 


48B 7 


25 


Ilollabrunn ,....,^48 MON 


16 3B 23 


25 


Ilollaconib 50 4(tN 


4 I6W 8 


25 


Uollaiii's Bird Isle 24 Gs 


14 20B 42 


40 


± Ilollund 52 ION 


4 33K 18 


7 


: Hollands 52 30N 


5 SOB 18 


59 


Hollands ,..J4 3n 


19 39B 24 


59 


llulland 




59 


Drain, Old South 52 4In 


6W 8 


37 


Holland, 




59 


South Drain 52 44N 


OR 8 


59 


Holland, Great ~,51 49n 


1 12B 8 


53 


Holland Harbour >4(5 4CN 


64 7W 46 


59 


Holland, Hook of 51 57N 


4 4B 18 


38 


t Holland, Little ^1 48N 

Holland Upr M 32N 

Holland's 1 )lep — 51 43n 


1 lOB 8 


9 


2 43W 7 


19 


4 35B 18 


33 


Hollay L ~67 18M 


7 22W 9 


33 


Hulls 58 57N 


S 50b 26 


33 


Ilollenbeck 63 37N 


10 54 B 25 


58 


Hollensted ^ 52 5W 


10 29b 21 


29 


Hollfleld 49 5JN 


11 I4B 22 


84 


Hollingborne 51 17" 


38B 8 


22 


Holllngstcdo 54 27N 


9 19b 25 


25 


Hollum 53 27N 


ft 37" 18 


10 


Hollum 52 63N 


9 4a 21 


15 


Hollyni 53 42N 


4a 7 


25 


lIoilyinount~..~~>63 40n 


9 3W 12 


8 


I!ollystone~~~~~.65 19n 


2 5W 7 


21 


Hollywell -~65 4N 


1 3<IW 7 


33 


Hollywood 53 6n 


6 35VV 13 


!8 


Holm 57 Kitf 


4 13W 9 




Holni -~~, ~-57 30N 


6 lOw 9 


■It 


Hiiliii ™ -^68 .WN 


2 51W 9 



Namis. 



tAT. 



Lono, 



No. OK 

Map. 



Nahb. 



I AT. 



I--'- "rir 



Hunicrsvllle.>..^^3l I2N 

H'inimcr ~.^55 8n 

Ilomnabad^,^.,,^!? 46N 
Honiona #».^^,.~,4B 53N 
Hoin9»>«^.w^^^34 3(iN 
Honiit Luke ^..^^34 28N 
hoinHtad >~„>.>~.^^54 ON 
Ho-naii ^~^~.^.^^34 43N 
± Hunan ^~.~..~J19 ON 

Honauwer ^^U I8N 

Honda ^^^^^ 5 15N 



Honda Un. 
Honden I.sle.~> 
Hondo R.-~^ 
Hondo, Uiver 
Hondiiholriidyk 
t Honduras ^^^^ 
Ifondurns l^ny..^ 
Ilondni-as C«5>o , 

Honey Pond 

Honfleur 

llonfig ~-~ 
Hong-liai B 
Honglia! Isle 
HongKiang^ 
IIong>kong I. 
llong-kouc — 
Hong-slian II. 
Hongtsc Lake 
Ilonhully ^. 
Honighani 
Honinosa . 
Honiton, 



Honiton's Clist 
Hunko-tre „^ 
Honrubia 
Hontanaya 
Hontuniin. 
Honwur. 
Hoobaree 
Hood Point 
Hood Point 
Hood's Isle 



12 2(N 

13 4(18 
.18 ON 
30 428 

~,52 2N 
^15 20N 
.^16 ON 
16 ON 
62 32N 
49 26N 
47 24N 
.22 48N 
.22 35N 
.22 30N 
22 I8N 
.29 45N 
.•>2 40N 
33 20N 

14 6N 
^.,^i 40N 
^^44 45N 

~^0 40N 



,50 44N 

9 40N 

.39 39N 

~..~»^ 46N 

^^2 35N 

16 45N 

25 30N 

~^ 38 

34 258 

v~21 3118 



Hood's Hiver.,..~_<>7 ON 

Hooge Micrde 51 23N 

Hoogerbeide~>~'~<51 26N 
Hoogewecn m>.~«~>52 43n 
Hoog Ilaalcn ,.^^2 55N 

Hoogly 23 ON 

Hoogly, River — 22 ION 
Hoogstraten^,.»<~51 24N 
Hooingliuni .~~.~~<54 UN 



Hook ^-,53 44N 

Hook Norton~.~.>«~5l 5!)n 
.68 3ON 
.53 42N 
34 36N 
.OH 6N 
.'J6 ION 
£3 2:-N 
,53 2N 
52 3!(N 
<~32 ON 



Hool 

Hoole ^^^, 

Hooni, Kl. ^ 

Hooper, Capo 

Hoornmra....^. 

Hoom 

Hoom 

Hoom 

Hoosenika. 

Hoosun Abdaul ...33 48N 

Hoo-too-shan B.~-2.J 50n 

Hope ^^^^^..^'^S^ BN 

Hope ..^..^.^....^..^53 SON 

Hope 58 :i8N 

Hope Mount 34 88 

Hope Mount..,..^35 678 
Hope, lkn......~-.-.5« 2,'Jn 

I ' ope IlarboHr~-.~04 ON 
Hope IIendcr8on~.72 40N 
Hope Isle .w,.~.~.~44 57n 
Hope Isle ^,^,^'-' 2 56b 

Hope Loch 68 2CN 

Hopeless Mount ...29 15s 
Hopeless Mount ^31 On 
Hopesay.~.~~.~.~.52 27N 
Ilopetoun Housc~.56 59n 

Hopewell ~.~-l8 26n 

Hopewell Channel 58 20n 
Hopewell Head .^58 3(in 
Hoping ^.,^,.,^^ii 33N 

Hopltal «~. 45 .55N 

Hopital 46 13M 

Hopitalet .....>....>r42 35N 

Hopkln'sR 38 08 

Hupkinsville....~~.36 SON 

H opkinton........~.44 4* in 

Ho-po-RO ,~.~.~*~.I9 30N 
Hopton .............^52 33N 



Ilopuhilca R 38 408 

II or Mount .^....^30 23n 



Horb 

Horbakke 

Horc^jo 

Horcasitas^., 

Ilorcasitas.... 

Ilordley........... 

J Horeb~.~..~ 
orcdu. River 



47 IN 
57 6N 
....39 ION 
22 17N 
30 3N 
...62 61 N 
...■.'8 .14 N 
.... () 13N 



90 27w 48 
U fiOB 2.) 
77 lOB 39 
21 S5B S3 
37 lOB 36,00 
36 57R 30 
10 7a -^6 

112 25B 

113 40B 
74 32B 

74 52W 
71 SOW 

137 OW 

89 Ow 
69 SOW 

4 9B 

87 OW 

88 Ow 
BH S8W 

8 40w 

14B 

8 28B 
lis 12B 
IIS 7b 
213 40B 

114 I2B 

115 2B 
113 20b 
118 30B 

75 SOB 

1 6b 

90 45E 
3 llw 
3 25W 

104 28B 

2 I6W 

2 62W 

3 3«W 
79 30B 

9 24B 
27 87b 



65 
5.5 
3!l 
52 
52 

I 
50 
53 
18 
49 
49 
49 
13 
15 
17 
65 
40 
35 
56 
55 
55 
40 
3> 

8 
35 

8 

8 
40 
29 
29 
30 
39 
42 
J4-1 



119 32E 41,57 



135 30 W 
109 Ow 

5 7a 
4 1!JB 

6 30B 
6 34B 

88 27B 
88 lOB 

4 44B 
58W 

SOW 

1 29w 
16 OB 

2 49w 

6 26W 
64 30w 45-1 
€5 Oa 38 

5 2IB 

4 46B 

5 3B 
68 54B 
72 44B 

117 64B 

3 IW 

1 47 W 

4 .30W 
135 23R 
144 SB 

4 33W 

49 3OW 

75 Ow 

80 16w 

177 50a 

4 37^V 

139 32B 

146 65B 

2 53W 

3 27w 
77 23W 
77 low 
77 55W 

115 3B 

7 13B 

8 2a 
1 47b 

142 40a 
87 22W 
74 45W 
10!) lOB 40,65 
1 43b 8 
177 40B 67 
36 39b 43,60 
8 20B 17 
8 50B 

4 32w 
99 17W 

no I6w 
3 64W 
34 OB 
07 34V 



1 

4S-I 

18 

18 

18 

IH 

39 

39 

19 

7 

7 

8 

26 

7 

44 



18 
18 
18 

3!) 
39 
65 

7 

7 

9 
56 
56 

9 
45 
46 
46 
41 

9 
66 
66 

8 
10 
60 
4.'i-l 
45-1 
56 
17 
17 
16 
56 
48 
47 



25 
30 
49 
49 
8 
37 



Horstniar .w~~..„-6^ On 
1 orteFpring .....^...55 44N 
Iloi-ton ^^^^^M) 5'2N 
Horton 
Ilorton 
orton 
Horton 
I'ofton 
Horton Chartbnni 51 ISN 



51 aw 
~,53 67" 
~.63 7" 

54 8N 

55 7n 



Hoi-ton R. ...... 

Horwick 

Ilorzgerode... 
loshapoona. 
Hoslilarpoor. 
Ilosilpoor 
Hosingen ........ 

llo.spital ....V 

Hospital del 

Obispo ^^^ 
Hospital (Klont 

St Gothard) 46 ."^Tn 

Iloss Droog 13 48N 

f'ossee ^^^^^'^1 62N 
Ilosseloe, Isle ....^54 44n 



.29 508 
53 36N 
61 40N 
40 4N 
31 36N 
~.29 S4N 
...^..no ON 
46 35N 



7 17a 
12 •.;3B 

1 ftiiw 
4 I2W 

2 14W 
2 5W 
2 17w 
I .'WW 

1 IB 
151) ?0b 

2 32W 
11 lOB 
40 58B 
76 6B 
73 2a 

6 2b 

3 19B 



21 
25 
8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
r, 

j6 

I. 

i 

24 
36 
39 
89 
19 
17 



39 30N 5 15W 30 



41 47N 

55 408 

56 57N 
49 63N 

55 On 

.-.2 41N 
.47 68N 
,47 22N 
.64 IN 
49 ION 
..~66 40N 
.23 30N 



Ilostalrieb. 
Hoste, Isle 
Ilostenniark. 
Hostomltz.... 

Hostrnp ...... 

I ' osungabad 
Hoszuim z.~, 
l!oszu Palyl. 
Ilotangen ^^ 
Ilotullerie, I. 
Hoilmni Inlet 
Iloti-Kiang ... 
Ilotzenplotz River 50 30N 
Houan ................36 38N 

P'ouana Hokeno....37 438 

Houat l8le.........>..47 23n 

Houdan...~........~.48 46N 

Houdelaincourt ...48 3-2tt 
Houfalize....».......50 On 

F'ougarde .~.~... ..50 47N 

Hougary l:d. .^..-57 34N 

Hough ..-«. ..J>4 6HN 

Houghton.............52 SIN 

iiougliton ...M.......53 ::Gn 

Houghton Chnp ...54 In 
Houghton, Gr..».^')3 34N 

Houghton, L. 52 I4N 

Houghton le side.wS4 36n 
Houghton Lit....~..S3 33N 

Houghton Port:^..67 ION 
Houghton Kegla«.6I £5N 
Houghton>Ie- 
Spring .........^.64 61N 

Hougle Fd. ..^.....69 44N 

.26 48N 
23 I3N 
46 2(( 
6N 
28 ON 
51 28N 



Hou-kang 

Houkour 

Houlton 

Uoumasheran ...m.39 

t Hou-nau 

llounslow .... 

± Ilououang 

Houo-fung». 

i Houpe 

llourn Loch 

Houm Loch 



29 ON 

30 24N 

,..~~31 ON 
.67 7" 



(Lewis) .«»..,. 


58 


6N 


Houma ...<~.~... 


.....34 4 In 


Housdalo .^^.....^57 ION 


Housdiile .>........~.57 I6n 


Housenee .~....... 


— 32 


6N 


HousliBira..~...~.~.29 


ION 


Howton.....^... 


55 5:iN 


Hout Bay ..........^.34 


SB 


Houtcheou ~.. 


30 SON 


Houten ......... 


62 


2N 


llou(halen~..~.......61 


3N 


Hout Kloof .........34 


I'os 


Houtmun'a 






Abrolhos Isle 


.M.28 4Sa 


Houz Mursha .....32 S2N 


Houzi Ahmed 








,.,31 


ON 


HoiisiMeerDHOud34 IGN 


Hov ^ ^7 


3N 


Huvaag ........ 

Hove C. la .... 


Ms#^58 


9N 


44 


12N 


Howara 30 18n 



Howard, Fort 
Howasheea Gl. 
Howden. 
Howe C...... 

Howe, Cape 
Howe Pt. See 

Norfolk 1.. 
How-Choo. 
Howehrcc 
Howe's Ible 



44 51 N 
.28 I8N 
53 45N 

37 298 
>7 44s 



...31 9N 

14 66N 
19 08 



17 
39 
39 
25 
29 
1 
2S 
23 
25 
38 
2-3 
S3 
26 
15 



8 34E 

76 I8E 

77 2Sa 
11 &3B 

2 4IB 
70 OW 

10 IlB 
14 2b 

9 2Gli 
77 42B 
23 49b 
21 42b 
14 SB 

243 
163 Ow 45-1 
102 308 55 

18 SB 
107 7b 
178 40B 

3 Ow 

1 34B 
5 3<iB 
5 4lK 

4 SlB 
7 28W 
3 S:iw 

40b 

2 7w 
2 Sow 

1 21 W 

SOW 

1 ^ow 
1 2(1 W 

133 30 W 
31 w 



24 

65 

67 

15 

15 

16 

19 

19 

9 

10 

8 

7 

7 

7 

8 

7 

7 

45-1 

8 



1 28W 
7 15B 

110 5(iB 
32 45B 
67 57w 
48 2iK 

111 40B 
23w 

111 30B 
1 10 40b 

112 30B 
6 33W 

6 20w 
92 20B 

2 33W 
6 23W 

63 SSB 
70 3lB 

4 32W 

18 IGR 
120 14B 

6 8B 

5 22B 

19 45a 



7 

26 
40 
43 
47 
28 
66 

8 
40 
65 
66 

9 

9 

39 

9 

9 

38 

38 

10 

44-1 

40 

18 

19 

44-1 



113 SSB 41 
69 3ja Se 



65 68a 
62 8B 
10 20a 

8 12a 
04 27W 

9 SOW 
88 3W 
32 SOB 

62W 
ISO 9B 
168 18B 



38 
38 
25 
26 
46 
44 
47 
43 
7 
66 
41 



66 

119 66a 65 
75 30a 39 

174 OW 1 



it I 






IMM 






!&! 









(luspini ^ 


3!) ;mn 


8 ;t7K 


32 


(lust -^ :>!' flOM 


r)7E 


8 


Ctiistaf Adolpli 


(51 37 N 


26 IIB 


i7 


liiiiitiifsvern — 


— f)!) 4(iV 


■23 OB 


27 


ftiihtrow w.....^^ 


ftS 4tiN 


12 12K 


21 


'rllta »»M<<>«>~~ 


«-^17 S'lW 


17 5HB 


23 


(Ivitclikoo ^^>^J<2 47!» 


63 32B 


38 


f^iiitorsloh ~M~ 


— .M MM 


8 23K 


21 


'jiitlirio .».>~.^ 


m 3! IN 


2 Ul\v 


10 


(iiitpurba R. ,--~,W) 17" 


75 54 B 


a<) 


(liittane. Lake 


M 5!»N 


9 •J6iV 


13 


(iutt«s Fiord ,.,.~~6H 50n 


15 lOB 


26 


(iiittiiiEen >A.^/ ■" -'""* 


9 17b 


17 


(iiittstadt 


.^^ti ftflM 


20 23B 


•/4 


Giittiir A 1. M.MM 


'J7 4n 


3:) 108 
17 14B 


43 


Outzmerow ....'«~~^4 .36?f 


24 


Guyana R. ~~~ 


7 308 


62 20W 


54 


Oiiyandout River 38 S()v 


82 12W 


47 


Guysboro .^...^ 


,~^5 23N 


(il 35 W 


46 


UiiBgotta ..^.^ 


M 53.V 


m I8B 


:«) 


GuBona Mt 38 3.'.n 


!/2 17b 


•M 




,«-^l7 3.">w 


94 '25B 
62 I5B 


;« 


GwadeL,^.^..,.^ 


2-1 UN 


38 


Gwadur ,.».>><>^--'5 I5N 


62 8B 


;« 


Owalior ^~. -^6 2<ii« 


78 3B 


:«> 


(4wall ^ 46 44N 


7 38K 


17 


Gwayrop Gl. « 


^^2% fiv 


32 3HR 


43 


(iweedure Bay 


55 5N 


8 22\v 


12 


O week „^rs.s. rJ^ rv 


5 8\v 
3 23W 


8 


Gwenddur,,,-.^ 


r>i 6.V 


8 


Gwermap ......^^JH) 12n 


5 low 


8 


Gwillimburv <^ 


44 UN 


79 25W 


46 


Gwinnear ,„^, 


50 UN 


5 24\V 


8 


Gwozdcicc ^^ 


48 3fiM 


25 2Mb 


23 


Gwutter ,„^^ 


•:5 ii'N 


61 30B 38,58 


Gwtitter Bay « 


-'5 AM 


61 3.'>R 


38 


Gyalii ^,^~.>^ 


4fi 44 X 


23 lilB 


23 


Gyarus 


.'17 »w 


24 4;iB 


34 


(}yo 


48 JJN 


4 2HB 


15 


GyerRyo 


4rt 4l'N 


25 i.'9b 


23 


Gyitaeiis L. .~~ 


^^ili 40M 


28 Ob 


») 


Oylen Castle . 


56 24 N 


5 33W 


lU 


Gvllinge ~.~~ 


S5 54 N 


10 lOR 


25 


GylliiiRe, Ress 55 51 n 


in i;iB 


25 


Gynack U. ,^ 


57 «V 


4 (i\V 


9 


KyiidesR. ^. 


.14 3(iN 


45 l-'B 


5!t 


(Jyonnyoa..,*,,- 


47 45N 


1!) 50 B 


23 


Gyorok ~,^~ 


4(; IIN 


21 40B 


2.1 


Gyrtane 


40 ION 


21 8B 


59 


Gyiliiiiin ^^. 


;«$ 44 N 


22 ;t2B 


34 


Qzudin ^ — ...,^^48 2n 


25 41 R 


23 



ll:iinan I. ,,,^^ 
Idiinnu ^.^,,,^ 
f Ha!naiilt~«^^ 
Haines R.^^~. 
Maininff 



19 OM 
AO 8V 
,r.O 26N 
6 on 
".5 3>S 



u 



ir. n. c. 

IT. B c. 

Ha 

HaAif 

Haaltmd 
Haarlo — 
Haarle..^^.^ 
Haarlem ,»^~ 
HaaKo, River. 
Habit! , Oiii e). 
Habbi-sli, or Q, 

fit. l'(.rf. of~. 
Haliclicvtor .».. 
Habc-rgliiim ,~.. 
Haclia, River . 
Haclien ^^,^ 
Hacienda Toro. 
Haeliball .^,..,^ 
llHelteiigall ,„^ 
Hacl\C9(nwn ,^ 
Hnclifurth^,..^ 
Hacliing, I'urt 
H.-tclinehg ~.^ 
Haconby 
Had, Kas al — 
H.iddam ,^.^~ 
iladdeniiitorr ~ 
Haddenliain ^^ 
Haddini;ton ~>. 
i Haddington 

C<)UTity-~-,~, 
HadeKaKU ~..~>. 
Hadei-slehen^... 
IIailerii|i .^_,. 
Haderiip »~^ 
llailiHCi>e~<~<» 
Haditlia. 
Hadjar~_~^ 

Hadji 

Hadji-OKli 

Hazarjik ~^ 

Hadloigli 

Iladleigli^^.^ 
Uadi)iisvillp ,, 

Hadraiite 

U*dria 



48 
48 

19 

.~^8 

~^8 

52 

~J>2 

.~^2 

^52 

—23 

uil- 

.-•23 

.-.'»5 

„.5:i 
~ll 
51 
,23 
J)4 
.53 
.52 
54 
34 
,54 

2 
^•ii 
.A\ 
.J)i 

i 
55 



46N 
ON 

5llN 

6N 

4(iN 

24 N 

21 N 
23N 
40N 
58N 

■20N 
.51 I.N' 
47N 
35 V 
2tN 
248 
2N 
56s 
52 N 

2nv 

48 
IKN 
4!IN 
I5N 
29N 
44N 

2aN 

58N 



^55 57N 
.-•24 .ViN 
...V) Kiv 
.J>r, 2^.v 
«.Vi 4IN 
..J<! SON 
-..•15 4.N 
...itO 50N 
.-42 23 N' 



43 32N 
52 2N 
51 34N 
,J7 40N 
46 6M 
,42 35N 



75 2W 

73 51 w 

102 53B 

12 IOk 

5 26 B 

6 52 K 

6 24 B 
4 37 B 

7 I6B 
33 19B 

35 20 B 
2 6w 
2 17»V 

72 57\v 

8 3R 
65 8W 

6 31 W 
2 5f(\v 
6 ;I3W 

1 .-HKv 
151 I2B 

34W 

22W 

fi!l 50 B 

72 raw 

9 37b 

lOB 

2 48W 

2 40w 

30 4(iK 

9 2KR 

9 OR 

10 tIB 

1 ;i.'IB 
43 llR 

26 52R 
SS SB 

27 .52B 
.^'B 
.^R 

78 I3\V 
14 50R 
14 OB 



Huiningliead-..-.,.---.^5 5N 

H.'iinton 53 21 N 

Haitan Isle 25 25N 

Haithwaite 53 3HN 

19 ON 
,19 62N 

37 On 
28 2IIN 
28 35N 
•25 40N 

38 43N 
25 44N 
,26 6* IN 
3V 35N 
.46 28N 

-.27 20N 
.--.56 fiN 

,'51 55N 

^-58 44N 

.—57 8N 

.—52 17N 

—46 52N 

43 On 

.'i5 54N 

-26 17N 

-.13 20N 

,-54 27N 

—51 I5N 

—14 25N 

,„52 27N 

52 21 N 

.(!(• 40N 

.17 45N 

.16 ON 

.15 SON 

.18 On 
.31 :K!n 
40 25N 
'liy 31 N 
M 3 IV 
..•(7 4N 

.55 :>.w 

.49 7n 
..13 44V 
-44 3I1N 



46 
46 
40 
i2 
26 
18 
12 
18 
21 
43 

43 
10 

7 

52 
21 
53 
12 

7 
13 

7 
56 

7 
8 

35 

47 

21 
8 

10 

10 
43 
25 
25 
25 
8 
3<{ 
42 
33 

33 
8 
8 

48 
59 
59 



Haiti 

Haiti, Cendau— . 
Hai-yang-!io — — 
llMJeeka— . 
HnjeekajoUe-. 
ll.ijet'pnor — 
Hakim Klian 

Hala 

Hala Mountains 

Halab 

Halas . 

t Hiilaw'in 

Haibeatli 

Ilalborstadt 

Halcro I-ld. 

Haldaifer 

Flaldcnsleben - 

Ilaldenstcin -.— 

t Haldiniand-. 

Haldriip 

Haldiibury 

Hale 

Hale-~ 

Halein — — 

Haleydapoor 

Hales Owen . 

Halcsv/ortli 

Half Gr4inie I 

Hair Moon Kx. -. 

Halfrtia 

Halfayeh — — . 
Halfway Tn'C — - 

Hallml 

Haliacmon R 

Haliarpoor — — — 
llalilxirton — — 
Haliearn:is..)iiH — , 
Ha i<lim— — — . 
Ilaliez ——„-—. 

Halif ix 

Halifii.x ilarl>our. 
Ha ifax (Nuitli 

Cariilinii) ———36 
% lluiif:ix (Nova 

Sc ilial — —14 

Hiili.'ax (Nova 

Scotia )—_—-— 44 
Halif;ix PennsNl 



109 50R 40,55 

8 51R 22 
3 58B 

43 OB 
2 .52W 

2 26W 

l4Hr 

120 8B 

1 53W 
71 2<w 
71 20W 

121 48R 

ee. I2B 

67 5.« 
85 20B 
37 .57B 

68 45n 
67 38B 38,39 
46 3R 5!» 
19 31 B 
66 30B 

3 23W 
11 lOB 

2 53W 

9 49R 
11 31B 

9 30B 
79 55\V 

9 5ilB 
88 I5B 

2 47W 

3 30W 
5 57K 

74 30B 

2 2W 

1 28R 
SOW 

77 6W 

31 OB 

32 30B 
7(i 49W 
35 KB 
22 20B 
81 50R 

3 low 
•27 •27B 

2 ilW 
24 SOB 

1 SOW 
63 :i8W 



19 
42 
10 

7 

7 

40 

•7 
fil) 

50 
55 
38 
38 
39 
3<5 
39 



23 
37 
10 
24 
9 
25 
24 
17 
4(i 
?5 
•M 
7 
7 
18 
39 
8 
8 
10 
50 
42 
42 
50 
37 
59 
3!) 
10 
59 
10 
•23 

7 
46 



17N 



MS 

■Mis 



77 41W 
63 Ow 
6.3 40W 



48 
46 
46 



V:inia),-.. 
Halifax Kay 

( I'r. Edwanl': 

Halilali 

llaliHlra — —..-.. 
Ilalkett, Ci.pt. 

HalUiiT -.-.. 

Halkirk — 

Hail 

Hall Mt. 

Hall (Wiirtem 

ber;^)..^— — 



40 .35N 76 30W 47 



I '^li '23^ 
.,..•'!! -VtV 
...•)■ Mlv 

70 ms 

.,.M l.'N 
.-..^8 -MS 
-.,52 6n 
13 4S 



63 58W 

50 52 B 

6 .KiW 

152 301V 

8 :i5B 

3 30W 

6 KB 

134 X)S 



46 
38 

9 
451 
25 

9 
18 
56 



■A'l 
.-25 



5N 
47N 



IlnlNi Now 111.— 

llailiihcwl 13 Ion 

Hiilla^Kie, liii -57 17n 

Hallan L .57 ION 

Halle SI 30N 

Hall.' .10 4:IN 

Halle 52 UN 

Ilallfin 47 41 N 

Ha lima 46 32N 

Hailing Skarvun— no 24N 

Hallow 52 13N 

Hallowell 44 I5N 

llallnile 65 ibs 

Hall's, Sir Jaiiie!',Is..37 5(IN 
Ha'ilKtadt— — — 47 •tSN 
H.i Iton— — .57 4IIN 



Hallnm 
HallwylL. . 
Ha lyaroe— . 
llalmairy— . 
t Halinatad 
llalmslad — 
llalniyris-~ 
Halinyrisli . 
Ilalonei-suii- 
Halpitty — 

Hals 

HaUcar— ~ 
Halsdorf - 
IluUte4t<l>-. 
HaUtend — —— „ 

Hulgted— 

iiaUtoii, HIkIi 

Halt 



.M -21 IN 

.—47 I7N 

.— „2H Ion 
.-46 I7N 

— ,')7 ON 
— 5(i 4:iN 
—44 58 N 
.._44 4SN 

.— ;» I5N 
6 51 N 

',7 l!IN 

...55 I'N 
...,50 SON 

r.i 57 N 

.11 •21 iN 
54 SIN 
II 2<iN 
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22 

38 

39 

9 

9 

24 

19 

21 

23 

23 

26 

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9 
18 
17 
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68 -iCR 
76 4B 

7 13W 

7 2;»w 

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4 lOB 

8 lOK 
13 8K 
22 55R 

8 '2IIB 

2 I.5W 
6!) 43W 

2 3i)W 
124 5.-.E 3.5,.55 
13 3!)B i'3 

4 2W 

6 46R 

8 13R 
67 34B 
22 .38B 

12 3IIB 
12 4IIK 
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29 (IK 



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llainmerfcst — .—70 42N 
llamiiiorsmitli—— 51 29N 
Hamiiierstein — Kl 4(iN 
Haniinerwich -——52 40N 
Hammond, River 45 30N 

Hainna Voe 60 3In 

llainont— — — «— 61 16N 
llamooii L.— — — ~3i 25N 
llaiiipden ————44 43N 

Hum Preston 50 48N 

± Hampshire— -61 2n 
Hampsliire Hills— 41 2Ss 
Ilamp..)tead ——51 33N 
llampstead Norris 51 29m 
Hampton ———61 24N 
Hampton ——52 I3N 
Hampton ————41 In 
Hampton —.——37 IN 
HainpK.n, Little— 60 49N 
Hampton Lovett — 52 I8N 
llamra ——36 3n 
Hamrange — «i0 67N 

Hamnmll.lU 34 ON 

ilamrmi, Hi. Is of :i4 4SN 

Uam.i<loif .54 lltN 

1 1 am.steels —54 48N 

llamsterley 54 40N 

ll.imwiiod Loialen 62 40N 

ll.inaKui 16 2S 

llanakap ———57 46N 

llanbiiry 62 Hn 

lian-elioiing— ^ — 33 ON 
Handu, Islo 
Handel — 
llaniluird — 
Handley — 
liandswortlu 
Handsworth - 
llaiieka — — 
Hang Kiuiig~ 
ll.iii^-clioo -. 
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110 4R 

II 6k 
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8 .18K 
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llB 

II !2K 
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39 
23 
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8 

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61 3.)N 
.6.1 20N 
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53 22N 

52 30N 

,32 26N 

30 30N 

m 16N 

„ 30 30N 

liaiiKiiigsliaw Inn 66 46N 

tlaligleton— 

aiiglip. Cape 

aiiK»c!it — — 

I iaiigo _,— 

I langteliocifoo 

il iiiibloton — 

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23 52B 34,.19 



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.34 24s 
;io 598 

.11 1(18 

30 I5N 

3 46N 

35 83 

llaninglield 51 40n 

31 I2N 

— .Vl 2N 

52 2SN 

:i2 .13N 

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51 3)(N 

.10 42N 

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21N 

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ll.in-kian^ ~. 

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llunley — . 

Ilanley — . 

llunlitli 

ilamiecli -. 

Hannin^tuii 

1 anntit — -, 

I anofen— .- 

Hanover — . 

l lluiiover — . 

^ Hanover — . 

Hanover (New 
I ampsliire) — «,43 40N 

I'anover, Now Islu 2 458 
I ' aiiraii ————64 1 1 N 

Hansi 29 5N 

Haiislopd — — 12 7N 

llanstead .17 «N 

lian-lclicng 33 ON 

t Hums (Nuva 

ScDti.i) 45 2N 

llamom— — ..,— 1 1 2.'IB 

Hanwell 51 an.v 

Hanworlli 51 2.1N 

Mun-vaiig .to 3IN 

Huii-yii .— -.— .^'t SON 
laliziebeU ——47 ^I'N 

Hapaie l.sle -0 Ids 

Haiipisibiiigli —52 .10.N 

ll.ippy I (7 I5N 

HapHal i18 5;1N 

Mara — X\ Mis 

Harao — ;14 27N 

Harald^l).\ —.(16 On 

Haraii ^.„ 36 5.1v 

Harassa 14 -ds 

Harli;iji— .- -14 :'iin 

HavliiTO.n .10 2lN 

llarliUck — —.14 i'4n 

llarlxiure -16 .IIIN 

llarbornc ~.- ~52 i;(iN 

HurboroiiKli (ir ,12 2.1N 

Harbour Lsle —28 .'IdN 

Harburg 48 47n 

Harliurgli .Il 26v 

Harbury .52 I4N 

llardangiT Fiild .,.60 2('N 
llardaiiKcr Ki(inl— 60 ION 
Il.irdcaslle Kouii- 
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inursttiin ~-^~5;j 4tiN 
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iiiioiid, Uiver 45 'JOs 
na Voe «» 31n 

oon L.>^«.«»«.« '< 1 25N 
p<len ^.,^^^^4 43N 
1 Preston fiO 4«m 

pshire IIii:s~.41 258 
p-.tead ^^~Jil .'{3N 
p:<tt>ik(l Norris 51 20N 
|)ton ^.,,^,^^^\ 24N 
pton «~~.>..<»i>52 I3N 

pton ^..^^^41 In 

ptoii ,^„^,,^,^ Itt 
pti'li, LiUle~^0 4!)N 
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ra «.~..>~^~.~3(> 3N 
range ....^^^(R) 57" 

rimlMIs :J4 On 

run, lli.lsof :U 45N 

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steels :)4 4UN 

sterley 54 4<i.v 

Wood Louden 5'J 4()n 
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clioiinj? 33 ON 

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107 lOB 
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120 lOB 

121 20B 

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18 46b 44-1 
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1I<J 55K 

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112 aUB 

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30 :iiiB 

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Harpcrstield ,,^....^42 
Harpessiis U. ^ — 41 
Harpliane ...^,^.J!>\ 
Harpley ^.^^.^^JSi 
Hitrpol ^..^^..^^h'l 

Harpote ^^-,52 

Hnrponlmlly ^..Ji\ 
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Marpstedt 52 

I'nrptree, E.~-~,..51 
llarpirec, W. ^.^A 
Ilarrun ,^^^^.^,yi 

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Iliirric.innHU K. .~JII 
Harridiilcy ^^.^J>1 
llnrrin);ton .^^.JAK 
Ilarrliif^ton Inlct~^')l 
Ilarriiigwiirtli ,^.^1 
Hnrriorpuor ,m— .21 
Harris, Islo ,^^^il 
Harris Mt. ^^^Jil 

llnrrls Mt 3.1 

Harris (Hum) f>7 

Harris, Sound ol.^.'>7 
Hurribl>urf;h ,.._...~'I3 
Harrisburgli — »~tO 

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Harrison ,^,^,^^V.t 
ilarri.'ion's Hay -^70 
Harruiown ...,^...^3.') 

IlHrrolil 52 

Hnrroldwii k-~~.~.«i« 

Harrow .,.^~,...,,~...,52 

Harrow 

lltirrow I'epiuT 

Hiirrowgaie ..,. 

Ilarrur 

I arryhur 

Harsin 

Harstbourno 

Tarrant. 
Hart 

Hart Fell 
Hart 

Hart's Luke 
Ilartberg 

I artbunt 

II art burn 
I'artbury 
Hurtebccst River 
H.trtebeesto K. 
Ilarteiistedt 
Hartest - 
HartHelU 
HartlieUl 
Hitrtford 
llariford 
Hartford 

(Connecticut) —41 
Hartfcini ((jeorsla)32 
Hartford 

(Kentucky) ^^17 

Hurtlieini 4H 

Hartington M 

llarlland ... ,'>1 

Hitrthind Point ...51 

Hartlepool -, ^^.4 

Hartley .V) 

llurtiuansdorf :,0 

Hartiii.'insdorf h!) 

1 1 artsl lom -. 52 

l!artsi)n_™ .'A 

llartwiili 54 

Harty t'h 51 

t Hartz 51 

I 'an/. .Mountains-.') I 
Han/ .Mrs. ,.,.,.-.4.1 
I arvi'vS Isles ~.-.20 

Il.irvey K. ;i;j 

llarvJnutoii :yi 

llarwi'll 57 

Harwich _— ,'>1 

Haruuod ^:a 

■■ arwood ., 5.') 

I'asbeiya ..3.'t 

llasli iva N ilir Tl 

lluse.iir, IM. of "S 

HHseiiinbe ™~.5I 

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27N 

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3N 
4})N 
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14N 
46N 
21N 
27N 
35N 
17N 
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3N 
21N 

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28N 
17n 

3.18 

3.-IN 
.54 N 
50N 
1.58 
I. '18 
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44N 
40N 
IHN 
45N 
I8N 
2.iN 
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IVN 

48N 

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Hasel 

Haselbury Hryant 
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Masivi -.,. ^.^ 

Iljwkorliorp,! „,„ 



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128 
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37N 

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8 &2W 
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76 Ob 
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8 .3SB 
2 3«W 

2 ,37W 
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3 llw 

5 37B 
79 40w 

U 34B 

»l 47W 

132 40B 

3!)W 
86 40K 

6 50 w 
147 511 R 
116 44K 

6 24W 

7 5W 

89 8W 
76 47W 

90 .'Kiw 

84 51 W 
1.52 I5W 

6 41 W 
37 W 
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75 4K« 
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8 .57 K 
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12 47K 

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Haven, East ,—- .-'le 
Haven, West 56 

I lUvetiingham -.-.32 
HnverinKlund — .^ — 52 
Ha vent Isles— .-.60 
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Haverhill .52 

Havprhill »4 

Haven liwuitc —54 
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liavsley, v.. -...—.-54 

Hawakiro . ~.38 

Hawarden _— — -..5.'i 

I I awash R. .—,.-11 
Hawaz —.—.-.....— .'<1 
Haw-clieuii 1. —.-.21 
Hawcoat —.—.—.— .54 

llaweeza -.— 31 

Haweh, El .^J 

Haweis Isle -. 8 

llawes -,-,-.— ..54 

HawesWr. .'.4 

Ilawick — ,-. -"'5 

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Hawkc'g Hay — .— ..'(9 
Hawkesbury —51 
Ilawkesbury It. —.^13 
Hawkhead — .— .^S 

Hnwkley .- — ..M 

I'awkridge — .— .._5I 

Hawks — .— „, —,.■.7 

llawksdale — .— .^ .54 

IlawUhheud —.,.—54 
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1 ■ awkswortli— . .54 

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Hawiies —.—.—.— .52 
I ■ awnby— .—.—.— 54 

Huworih — , —.."3 

Hawtliomden -.—.55 

I'awthonie - — "i4 

Hawulbautth .— 29 

Haxer — 57 

Haxey 53 

lliixtiin 51 

liny M 

1 May :14 

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lliivaoli ^ic. -,_— ,51 
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;7 2jN 

:<!> 40N 
.•«l ION 
,29 12N 

;i9 2v 

.42 HN 

,45 lOV 

33 42N 

— 51 06N 

,-,28 ION 

.,~«>3 2!IN 

.50 45N 

.23 2:<8 

,,«53 12N 

.47 I3N 

33 3(IN 



36 

9 

8 
67 
66 

8 
38 
39 

9 
25 

9 

9 

8 

8 
67 
4.V1 

9 

48 

47 



ilivii.int~ — ~,,.„-„.52 47V 
lliwas-e<t Uivir ^V> 20n 

HizUirtlieii 5o 22v 

Hiiiinj{ton,.-~,~— .52 5n 

Ho 48 42N 

Ho ^^10 I2N 

Ho 31 4r)N 

||« ~,. •3-5 4KV 

Ho .36 3 IN 

HtMu,,,,,,,*,,,— — ,—,.34 3i)V 

Hoiil-lio ;« ON 

H,Mi-nKaii .^3 a3v 

Hoii-Kiiig. ;j.5 7V 

Hoiingclioo .;0 25V 

lloang llai 38 Ov 

Iloaiig Ho, or 
Yellow Uiver 
lloatli 
Hoailily, K. ,~ 

Hoailiiy, W 

HoutMuiig — ~_ 
Hobart Town ,.. 
Hobbies, or Cax 
on'ii Ules ~,~. 
Hobe liilot ~,~. 
HoblioiMe Mt. 
Hubroc ,-,.,~~. 
Hobs, Uas El 
Hoburg ~,~,. 

t Hocli 

Hocli Vo^el ~. 

Ho-clil 

Hoclidorf ,„,... 
Hocbdorf ,-,~ 
Hocbst », — 

Hoclmt .''0 7v 

lloclistctt 48 :f}N 

Hocbstettcn -,,. — 46 .5.5N 

Hoclizeit 53 Iv 

Hocliliffe .'•I 6<iN 

liocbiiii ~,-~~»~ — 37 i^*'" 

Hiickerung ~~62 42N 

Hockliam „ 52 31 n 

Hockwold .'>2 29V 

Hocnieu 25 iov 

IlcMlilesdon 51 46N 

H.iddoiii -W 4N 



15 I5K 
U 22R 

10 IH 
9 22B 

118 26R 

1 49w 
18 lOB 

16 llB 
35 15R 
35 39B 

9 50b 

41 40B 
64 20W 
44 2UB 
55 37B 

7 22W 
6 18b 

97 59B 
27 9B 
25 .56B 
25 .30B 

11 S4E 
16 4IB 

8 I9B 

12 SOB 

2 17W 

4 4B 

10 38B 

3 •.;7w 
8 SIR 

24 13K 
48 20R 

5 40W 

4 30W 
68 .50B 
75 3HR 
23 14R 
14 43B 

13 40K 

42 29F- 

low 
82 29W 

8 40B 

3 45W 

47 50W 

M OB 

8 I6B 
36 Ok 

3 24W 
8.5 OW 

9 14B 

1 41W 
82 52W 

lINi 20R 
117 55B 
lo3 OB 
HI 40B 
109 4.5B 
117 OB 
119 5R 

113 Ob 

114 4.5B 
123 SOB 



JM 15N 
51 20 V 

50 55V 

51 5N 

41 30V 

42 548 

.. .,10 ON 

M .59V 

42 228 

!Ai 39N 

3.5 58V 

.,„_5«) 57N 

47 .T6V 

47 23V 

24 40N 

47 ION 

49 AN 

>47 2!(N 



120 OB 

1 :iK 

lOK 
4W 

98 50B 
I47 26k 41,57 



23 
25 
25 
25 
40 

7 
69 
59 
69 
37 
69 
69 
63 
59 
38 

9 
19 
33 
33 
33 
68 
23 
94 
22 
25 
10 
15 
25 

8 
21 
33 

;58 

58 
58 
.38 
39 
59 
59 
59 
36 

8 
48 
26 

8 
54 
21 
17 
37 

8 
48 
22 

8 
46 
55 
55 
65 
65 
65 
55 
55 
55 
55 
35 

35 
8 
8 
8 

3.5 



79 I.5W 48 
6 7W 12 

83 33W 47 



Hudeida 
llodeiga~, 
I ' odeii 
1 ' odiiett ~~, 
Hot) — ,-~.~,, 
lloe-cboo .~ 
Hoedic, Isle 



14 30N 

12 .5(IN 

.19 40N 

-,.52 SIN 

,„,.55 31 N 

2t» .5<iV 

.,^,.-,47 21N 



m 5W 

80 5W 

146 >>« 

4!IB 

14 13B 
IH KB 

15 lOB 

10 25R 
108 OB 

8 17k 

11 50B 

9 4lR 
8 28B 

10 .36B 
7 3HB 

15 56B 

;i6w 

113 :C" 

1 M 

o i:i* 
32B 
118 4.5R 
.3W 
3 I6W 
42 40B 

11 25B 
11 .31IW 

2 34W 
8 I8R 

118 25K 
2 64W 



Ilolkliaiii -„„„.^52 57N 
Hollahrunn -^.-,48 .IOn 
Hollnconib -,—,..^1 4ltN 
Ilollam's Bird Isle 24 6a 
± lIolland-„,.„„,„.52 I9N 

1 Holland .52 30N 

Holland . 54 3n 

Holland 

Drain, old South 63 41N 
Holland, 

South Drain 52 44N 

Holland, Great -.51 49n 
Holland Harbour »46 46n 
Hollniid, Hook of 51 57n 
t Holland, Little -61 48n 
Holland Upr. -,.„53 32n 
Holland's Dlep 51 43N 



49 

48 

57 

25 

32 

2«1 

23 

22 

55 

17 

22 

32 

22 

22 

17 

24 
8 

.55 

8 

8 

8 

35 

8 

lo 

.35 

42 

42 

8 

25 

55 

15 



Hollay L. ,. 


—57 18N 


HoIIe 


,-,.58 57N 


llollenbeck ,„53 .itN 


Hollensted -,-. 


.-,52 53N 


ilollHeld ^ 


—49 52N 


Hollingborne -. 


,-,51 17V 


Ilollingstedc — 


,.~J4 27N 


Holluin — .„,— 


,-,53 27N 


Hollum -.-„-„ 


— 52 53n 


Ilollyin —,-,,„..- 


,—.53 42N 


lloilyinoiint 53 40n 


Ilollystoiie-,— . 


—55 19n 


Hollywell 


— 55 4N 


Hollywood ,— 


.5.3 5N 


Holm -.„,„,„.„ 


— 57 :i6N 


Holm 


— 57 SON 


Holm 


— 58 .55N 


Holm -w.—— , 


—53 ;»N 


Holm Mo?.8-,„,. 


53 31N 


Ilolin Sound-,- 


— .58 52N 


Holinan— ,-,- 


— m 45N 


Holme -~— 53 5IN 


Holme — ,— .- 


— 52 .5HN 


Holme — 


,,-53 44N 


Holme —,—,,„- 


—52 .'ION 


Holme —,-,—. 


.55 17V 


Holme,—.- — ^ 


— 54 45V 


Holme (York;- 


— 53 33N 


lloliiiedal -,-,- 


(il 2JV 


llohiiedal-,-,- 


— .5!) JJON 


Holmcn, Isle - 


69 31 N 


Holmes -, ,. 


-™6:i 12N 


Uohiicstield — . 


.53 17N 


Holmestrand -, 


.59 .TON 


Holmin Isle — . 


56 17V 


Holmlitnd Isle ,. 


.55 .59V 


Holms of Ire -, 


59 20N 


Holiie 


„„.50 31 N 


Ilolnest -, 


50 53N 




53 ;«>v 


Holpochi ~,-,^ 


4.5 .'{liv 


HoNl.eiin — ,— „ 


48 37V 


HoUtan, River 


-,.35 41V 


Holstebioe 5«i 22v 


± Holsti'in 

HolstciiboiK-^, 


.54 IN 


.55 KIN 


Hulswortby — 


50 ..ON 


Holt 


. 52 54V 


Holt 


53 5V 


Holt C'biipcl — 


„ ^'.O .50N 


Holte — — 


.,. 55 50N 


Holteii 


.5.! l-N 



Holten 51 ,T1N 



Holtensen , 

Ilolton 

Holforf — 
lioltuiii -" 
lloltuin ,,,. 
Iloliimideli 
Holwell — 
Holwerd — 
Holwick. 
H'jly Cross 
Holy Isle 

(Durham) 
Holy L. 

Holyhead 

Holyhead B.iy — 

Holywell 

Holywell H 

Holy Well 
Holywootl 

Holywood 

Holzapbel 

Holzheim ~— — 

Holzmindeii — 

Homberg — 

Hoiiibourg -,— 

hkxiiburg — ' 

Hoiiibiirg ,-,—,-,■ 

Home Buy 

t Home UirtHct 
I (rwKTt'aWttlB; 44 ON 

HtNMT •»*' "»*»''' 



.,52 Wiv 

.53 31 v 

.53 IV 

,.55 4liN 

„r.i .".v 

„.f7 51 N 
.,.".0 55V 
J)3 23N 

54 -MS 

52 38V 

55 41N 
5(i ON 

53 ION 
.53 20V 
..53 17 V 
,50 23N 

-54 19N 
55 8N 
-51 37N 
-50 21 N 
-4H 16N 
_51 5IM 
„51 IN 
-47 47N 
.,,49 20V 
„,.50 15V 
^tiU 30N 



Ho kimin .,2 57n 

Ilo fthrunn 43 ms 

I ncomb 5(( 4)|N 

Hollaiii'8Bir<Hslc24 Ga 

t ''""""d 52 3(»N 

;;"""<«—- 54 3N 

Holland 

IJraIn, old South 52 4 In 
Holland, 

South Drain 52 44m 

HoUnd, Great -^51 49.v 
Ho land Harbour >4« 4Cn 
Holland, Hook of 51 67^f 
t Holland, Little _51 48m 

Hoi and Upr M 3iN 

Ho land's Dlep 51 4;Jn 



Ho ay L 57 ibm 

Holle 5B 57N 

HoUenbeck 53 37m 

Hollensted 52 53M 

Holltield 4f) 52S 

Hollingborne 51 17n 

HolIinKstede -.4 ii7N 

Holliiin 53 27m 

llollnm , ^_.12 53m 

Holljni 53 42m 

Hoilyinount-^.^^53 4(iM 

Ilollystone. 55 l&M 

Hollywell s:, 4n 

Hollywood .^^..^'a r,n 

Holm «.^^^ 57 -(i!( 

Holm ^57 30n 

jlulm 58 55t, 

Holm 53 .*»M 

Holm Mn^s 53 31N 

Holm Sound 
Holiiiun 



M 52m 
.(i3 45N 
53 51 M 



— 5:1 44m 

■*"*"*******• O a JON 
53 17N 

,54 45M 

.53 33m 

■til 25M 

.f«!) 30M 

.-~<)9 31 N 



Holme . 

Holme 

Holnio 

Holme 

Holme 

Holme. 

Holme (Vorli; 
Holnicdal ^. 

Holmedal 

Holmcn, Isle .^ 

Hoinus ~,^-~6.i M^ 

Holmeatleld ^ flS 17m 

Holniestrand ~ :»9 3()m 

Holmin lslf,^,„^5(j 17M 

Holmlnnd lisle .'>3 .')!)m 

Holms of Ire 5!) 20m 

Holne ,.^^ ^h{\ 31 N 

Holnest ^SO 53m 

Holney „„-„^ 53 ;«!m 

Holpochi ^^,. 4.'i .'{iiM 

Holff.eim ~. 48 37m 

Holstan, River ,^35 41m 
Holstebioe ~,~_~^> 22N 

± Hol^tt'in 54 IM 

Holsteiil><>ig.>,„ 55 13m 

Uolswurdiy 50 .'iOm 

Holt S2 54M 

Holt ,13 5M 

Holt Chiipel V) 5(lM 

Holte ,'i5 50m 

Holten M 17m 

Holten 51 31 N 

Holtcnxen ^ 5'J iliM 

Ilolton ^^i3 31 M 

Holtorf ^^3 IM 

.:">j 4iiM 

■>1 3M 

„.I7 .'ilM 

...lO 55N 

J}3 23N 

~54 .'HtN 

.,52 3«M 



HoltUMi 

Hottum ~.,,, 
Holiimideli ^ 

Holwell 

Hoiwcrd ,^.^ 
Holwick^~.> 
H'jiy Cro68 ., 
Holy Isle 
(Durham) 



-55 41 M 



Holy L 5(» ON 

Holyhead 63 19m 

Holyhiad H.iy 53 20m 

Holywell ^53 17m 

Holywell U. ^-^~-50 23m 

Holy Well 54 19M 

Holywood ^,M,,.^~,55 8M 

Holy wood 61 37N 

Holzaphel 5(» 21 N 

Holzht'im 4H ICn 

Holzinindun 51 SIN 

Hoiiibcrx A.-~«_-„5l IN 
HtHiiltourg ^*~-~4T 47n 

MoniburK ^'^ 49 20n 

Hoinburg ,^,^,^~..'>i> I5N 

Home Buy dU 30n 

% Home Diftnet 

(I'pptr Camda; 44 On 

Howuiimorto 39 38N 

U 111)1 ,t-^ 40N 



it ;i\v 
U 48b 

1(J 3B 
4 I6w 

14 20B 

4 33B 

5 30B 
19 39K 



OB 

1 12B 
64 7w 

4 4b 

1 lOB 

2 43vr 

4 35B 
7 22Hr 

5 50B 
10 54B 

10 29b 

11 I4B 
38b 
9 19b 

5 378 
9 4B 

4B 
9 3W 
2 5W 

1 3(IW 

6 35VV 
4 13W 
6 lOvv 

2 51 \V 
» 40r 

1 55W 

2 50tv 

20 OB 
O 47\V 

aiB 

1 48w 

14w 

4 aw 

10 42B 

1 50\V 
6 lOB 

10 I9R 
15 55B 

2 2IW 

1 saw 

10 19B 
fi 2MV 
8 I4B 

2 38W 

3 49w 
2 29W 
1 49W 

98 I5R 

10 5(iB 
84 19(V 

8 38R 

9 398 

11 29B 

4 20W 

1 5B 

2 62w 

1 5Rvir 

12 30B 
fi 24R 

6 51B 
9 37B 
4W 

II 26B 
9 30B 

5 49B 

21 llB 

2 27«r 
5 54E 
2 9W 

7 5IW 



4»«r 
54W 
37 W 

;i«\v 

13W 
8W 
7 54 W 
3 42\V 
5 51W 
7 52K 
9 55s 
9 2()B 
9 ^3B 
7 3(IB 

7 2lB 

8 31 B 
08 Ow 



7 
7 
23 
8 
42 
18 
18 
24 



5VV 8 



8 

8 

46 

18 

8 

7 

18 

9 

26 

25 

21 

22 

8 

25 

18 

21 

7 
12 
7 
7 
13 
9 
» 
9 
25 

7 

9 

2G 

7 
7 
7 

8 

10 
25 

7 
26 
26 
26 

7 

7 
26 
10 
25 

9 

8 

8 

7 
35 
22 
48 
23 
25 
25 

8 

7 

7 

8 
25 
18 
21 
21 

7 
21 
25 
18 
34 

8 
18 

7 
13 

7 
10 

7 

7 

7 

8 
12 
10 
12 
22 
22 
21 
21 
15 
22 
22 
45 1 



70 2nw 46 
H :!6w ;io 

7fi 13w 47 



Hope 68 i8M 

Hope Mni>nt.-,,.^34 fls 
Hope Mount.-.~^35 578 
llope, Ut't\^„^..M 23M 
ropeIIarI)oiir^^64 On 
Hope nender8on~-72 40M 

Hope Isle ^ 44 57n 

Hope Isle 2 358 

Hope Loch 58 2GM 

i!opele88Mount^29 158 
Hopeless Mount ^31 08 

llopesay.^ 52 27m 

Ilopetoun Housc~55 6»M 

Hopewell 18 26m 

Hopewell Channel 58 20n 
Hopewell Head ^58 3(iN 
Hoping ,..„,.,,,„^24 a3N 

Hopital .,^ 45 55m 

Hopital ^^ 46 13N 

42 35M 

38 08 

6 50M 

44 41 IN 
19 30M 

38 40s 
30 23m 
47 IM 
57 6N 
„JXi IGm 
22 17N 
.30 3N 
52 61 N 
L'8 MS 
6 13M 
37 41S 

45 14N 
27 5:.M 
.51 17N 



Hopitalct . 

Hopkin's R. 

Hopkitisville. 

Hopklnton... 

Ho-po-80 

Hopton 

Ilopuhilca R. 

1 1 or Mount 

Horb 

Morb!ikl{e~>. 

Horcajo 

llorcasitas.^^. 

Ilorcasitast..^. 

Ilordley. 

t Iloreb. 

llort'du, River 

Ilorei-a 

Horgeii 

1 1 orgosc,.,. 

noringhausen 

Iloringotteh River :J2 on 

Horley. 

Hornmh 

Mormead ^^^^ 

IlormlRas, Isk'S 

IIormillo.s ^ 

llornmzubad ^ 

I om 

Horn 

Horn, Ben ^. 

Horn, Ciipe ,^. 

I ' orn Head 

Horn, lsle.~.,..v., 

I 'orn Isle ,^^.,^ 

Horn, Mountaiii...61 50N 

llomaelios .-,«,~~38 32M 

Hornafvaii Lake~,6() IOM 

Ilonibecli, New .^49 IIM 

48 12N 

47 19m 

. 52 IN 

.~,~— 52 IN 

.54 7M 

53 I3N 

I 3IM 

Home ^.w~.«~55 41m 

14 OS 
53 24M 
39 9m 
i2 15M 
47 22N 
~.38 9n 



1 ION 
30 59m 
51 57N 
37 38M 
.23 98 

30 4IN 

31 14N 
~~57 57n 

58 2n 

^,^b 4(is 

,55 14M 
.74 OM 
,:)0 I5N 



llornberg 

Horn berg ... 

Hornbtirg ^ 

llornburgh 

Hornby 

Horncastio 

Horndun. 



Home, Isle 

Ilomliizen 

Horiiillo..^. 

Horniiigsey 

Hornii 

Ilornus 

Horii8ea~.»,,..,..^..~5:j 5Gm 

IIomscy^^^^~,51 34M 

Hornuni ■'16 36m 

Hornus!!cn,,~..^»,...47 3(IM 
Horodenku~~,,~~.4U 42.4 
Horohora Mount ~37 56s 

lloropa .38 4«n 

Horrea Citlia ,~~-36 OM 

Horrea Blargi 43 .15N 

Hoisburgh ...,^...,...55 38n 
Horse Head ~>~,,~55 45n 
Horse I.,,.^^^.,,,.,^ 2m 

Horse I 55 30n 

Horne Leap__~~.~.,53 24 n 
Horse Savanna R. 18 I m 
Horse Shoe Bay~-23 16s 
1 1 orsemonden .^ 
Horsen 

llowen's Fiord 
Horsey. 



Horsford 
Horsfortli 
Horsliiiin , 
Hoi'slian ,^ 
Horslandby 
Hoi'sley .^^ 
Hor«lev~-~ 
Hor»l>y E. 
Horst 
1 1 orst 

Horst 

Mordave;.; 



51 UN 
.55 52N 

^55 51 N 
^62 45N 
— 52 45M 

53 50N 

51 3N 

55 3!>N 

54 55N 

52 fiiiN 
51 41M 
51 ION 
51 27 N 

53 50N 

52 18N 

57 8N 



4 :viw 

135 2,IR 

144 5S 

4 33W 

49 3OW 

75 Ow 

80 16w 

177 60r 

4 37W 

139 .32B 

146 55B 

2 53W 

3 27w 
77 23Hr 
77 low 
77 55W 

115 3B 

7 13B 

8 2b 
1 47b 

142 40B 

87 22W 

74 45W 

10!i IGB 40,55 

1 43B 8 

177 40B 57 

35 39b 43,60 



9 
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56 

9 
45 
45 
46 
41 

9 
66 
£6 

8 
10 
60 
46-1 
45.1 
65 
17 
17 
16 
56 
48 
47 



8 20B 
8 60B 

4 32\V 
99 17w 

110 16w 
2 54W 

34 OB 
67 34W 

178 36b 
8 35B 

49 lOB 
8 5IIR 

89 55E 
12W 

35 12B 
2b 
42W 

64 64W 

66 27b 

5 57 b 
15 54B 

4 2W 

67 3(I\V 

7 sow 

57 30b 

88 45W 

118 Ow 

6 2w 
17 40k 

7 22B 
.| i4B 

1(1 :iB 

10 3Sb 

10 37b 

2 39w 

8W 

22K 

8 ;iOB 
178 lOW 

6 22b 
4 ,'i4W 
13B 

8 .')5B 
2 5iw 
12W 

(iW 

y 42E 

8 3K 
25 3«K 
176 OB 
47 16B 
10 30u 
21 8B 



3 

11 

5 

4 



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8w 

OR 

19W 

48W 

32w 

76 IGw 

70 ;i3w 

2Gk 

49B 
10 i!B 

1 .3GB 
1 1GB 
1 3!>w 
22W 



25W 
llB 
27 w 
14w 

4« 

9 .'<8B 
5 34B 
7 16W 



17 
25 
30 
49 
49 
8 
37 
52 

57 

17 

38 

21 

39 

8 

43 

8 

29 

63 

38 

18 

26 

9 

1 

12 

35 

48 

45-1 

30 

26 

22 

22 

22 

24 

21 

7 

7 

8 

23 

41 

18 

30 

8 

17 

29 

7 

8 

25 

17 

23 

67 

38 

59 

59 

10 

25 

9 

10 

13 

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53 

8 

25 

25 

8 

8 

7 

8 

10 

15 

7 

8 

8 

18 

25 

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9 



+ »»vfirp^j^ii*7; , 

Houm Loch ^^.^57 7N 
Houm Loch 

(Lewis) 58 6M 

Houma~«..^.....^4 4 In 
Housdalo «,«.^^57 ION 

Housdale .w«. 57 16n 

Housenoe ,,...«^,«^2 6n 

Houshpira-^,.^ 29 ION 

Houston 35 6.3N 

HoutBiiy 34 58 

Houtclieou .>,^.w;iO 3GN 
Houten ,.„.,„^,^2 2n 
Houthalen...,^.,...^! 3m 
Hout Kloof .■..^..,„^ ZVB 
Houtman'a 

AbrolhoB Isle ..,.28 458 
Houz Mursha ^,.^2 62N 
Houzi Ahmed 

Khan ,. ......31 ON 

HousiMcerDHOud34 IGm 
Huv ^^^,„^,^7 3M 
Hovaag .~^»..,.....,S8 9n 

Hove C. la ^ 44 12n 

Howarn „^.^^„^t 18n 

Howard, Fort 44 51 N 

Howasheea Ul. ,..,.28 18n 
Howdc n....»,.,,.w^53 43N 

Howe C.~.~, 37 2iJ8 

Howe, Cape ^..^.^ij 448 
Howe Pt. See 

Norfolk l.^^.^ 
How-Clioo~>^.......31 9n 



11.2 ,WIB. 

5 33w 



TTT 
9 



Howehree - 
Howe's Isle 
Howgate ~ 
Howick ^, 
i Howick ~ 
Howick 

(Lancaster) ... 
Howick's Group 
Howmore, K. 
Howmuir ...^ 
Hownam 
Howood ... 
How-ta-ho 
Howth ^. 



14 66N 
19 08 

— 55 48N 
.55 27m 

..~31 528 

— 53 45N 

.14 208 

-57 19N 

,56 40N 

.55 28N 

>5 49N 

.~38 23N 

63 23N 



How-to-ho .»..w^_38 3.'>N 
Hoxter ^^^^,^\ 4Gn 

Hoy Hd 58 55n 

Hoy, Isle 
(Orkneys) *,««-J)8 5lN 

Hoy Kirk 38 54M 

Hoy Mouth ^_~58 3<)N 

t Hoya 32 4.5M 

Hoy a ^^,^,^,^„^^,^2 48N 

Hoyer 54 58n 

Hoyerswerda .--^51 27m 

Hnycrup ~.,~. 55 S3N 

Hoyerup .,^^.,..^.35 IKN 
Hoyhanibie. Citpe 43 23N 
Hoyla!:d Iwaine ~.53 3:{n 

10 4»n 

5.) l/M 
42 IN 

19 2n 

11 138 
. 5 338 
. 4 528 
30 698 
10 403 
.12 338 

,14 3,18 
23 12s 
, G 3118 
,40 3US 
:)9 4(18 
,10 GS 
13 348 
U 418 

12 l.';S 
9 .^98 

..27 43M 



Hoyliiig 
Hoystrup 
Iloz 
Ilrndi&ch.w...,..^.. 

Iluiicho .^^ 

liuahiia. River 
Huallaga, River 
llualoki ,^^,^,. 
Ilnalylas ^,,„^ 
liuaniangha ~»~. 
Hunmbo, 

Cordillera de „ 
Huiimunco ...... 

Huanachn R. .~ 
Iluanaliuca Vol. 
Huaiialiue Lake 
IIuai)cubaniba.« 
Iluannani . ^^^ 
Huimcayo. -^^^ 
Huanta ^...~,^ 
ilunnunu -.^.^ 
liuaqul, or 

Bapisbe River 
Huaraz ^^^ H 4.'>8 



Huari. 

Iluarini ~. ^ 

ilunrnii C'oclii L 

Huarocliiri ^.,^. 

Iluassaga, River 

Huataconde ~..~ 

Huatnlame 

Huatia #~~ 

Huaura 

Huaycoma ..,...>..~.19 4s 

HuBxequilla 27 38m 

Hub .,.. 44 2!tM 

Hubia miijor ,....^37 32M 
I'uckeswagen ,^^^i\ 5N 

IliicUlow, Lit ^.53 18N 

Ilucknall 

TorUiird....,.,.«.«^63 3N 
Iluilderhtield .....^53 3UN 



^»#^*»»***^^« 



8 508 
!6 458 
13 138 
11 568 

3 248 
.21 528 
30 428 
18 18m 
.11 58 



20w 





92 20B 


39 


2 33W 


9 


6 23W 


9 


63 35B 


38 


70 3la 


38 


4 32W 


10 


18 I6B 


44-1 


120 14B 


40 


5 81 


18 


5 22B 


19 


19 451 


44-1 



113 S5B 
69 3JB 

65 68a 
62 8B 
10 20B 

8 12B 
64 27W 

9 30W 
88 3W 
32 30B 

52W 
150 9B 
158 18B 



119 65B 

75 30B 

174 OW 

3 I2W 

1 3CW 
117 25B 

2 46V 
145 OP 

7 22<r 
2 37W 

2 21W 

4 33W 
116 lOB 

6 liw 
112 6r)B 

9 91B 

3 74W 

a 17W 

3 22w 

3 20W 

8 50B 

9 6B 
8 47R 

14 17B 
10 13B 
10 2GB 

4 13W 
1 36w 
5BW 

12 23B 

I IB 
17 29b 

77 30W 

78 3GW 
75 45W 

174 13B 
Go IGW 
74 IW 

73 30W 

65 6W 

74 OW 
72 30w 
71 53W 

74 32w 
G9 48W 

75 6W 

74 12w 

75 45W 

111 38W 

77 63W 
77 22W 
69 32W 

75 23W 
7G low 

76 IGW 
m 44W 
7<i 3(iw 
98 54 W 

77 3(iw 

66 31 W 
104 I7W 

20 ,iB 
14 .<2K 

7 14« 

1 47 w 

1 I4W 

I 47W 



41 
38 

38 
38 
25 
26 
46 
44 
47 
43 
7 
56 
41 

56 
65 
39 

1 
10 

7 
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7 
41 

9 
10 
10 
lU 
65 
1.3 
65 
21 

9 

9 
9 

21 
21 
25 
24 
25 
25 
30 
7 
8 
25 
29 
k3 
5'i 
53 
52 
57 
53 
52 

53 
63 
63 
53 
63 
53 
53 
53 
52 
58 

49 
53 
62 
53 
63 
53 
63 
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NamM. 



1,AT 



hana. 



Huddersticid ^..^^^S .TDn 
Hudeentiu ^^...^^'ffl UiN 
iliidlier.ili, Aiii el 2H 5->N 
HiidleRiir ^^,^^iO 'S}s 
lludrigaiictin «.«^ 8 liiia 
Iliidacm River, 

(New York) 4<) 4fi;* 

Hudson's Riiy ^,^1 D.v 
t Hudson's Ktriiit« 02 On 
Hudson (New 
York»~.~,,.«^«^2 IIN 

Hudviksvall 61 44n 

Hue ^^,.„^^ l(i 3.W 

f Iiio narbour ^^16 32n 
(luebla, River ..«~^7 27n 
Huedbye, 8. ....^.^'Vt 55N 
Hiiei Ho .^>,»,.,.>34 45!« 
2iN 
37 35M 
.T7 15i« 
,37 30N 



HuulKoat 

Huclma 

Huolva 

t Huelva ,^ 

Huen, or 

Ilveen Isle 
ITuoneJ! 
Iluen'-rnnroo 
Huentcliuo^ 
Huontenio Head. 
Huercal. 
nuercalovera 



r>5 50l« 

.-37 15V 
~.3« 4.'>N 
.\i7 .'Wn 
.42 35s 
3li 5W 
37 I8M 



Hiierta ^^,^^ 


,-.-.41 ISm 


lliierta, la...-. 


TtJ :,Ort 


Iluertas, C. de Ins 3Jt 21 rr 


Kue.'ca -.».-. 


. 42 6n 


Hue9c.«r~,w~. 


V 47w 


flu>.<gns, River 


37 OS 


lluesor, River -..^15 611m 


Huote-. 40 I5!» 


IIiiHngen .^-,—.-,47 6os 


lltiftur ^ 


28 OV 


"URijate --.. 


54 ON 


riiigRJnstown 


-. yi 27n 


lluBTRlecote ^ 


— -.52 4-2N 


riulliul 


31 a-.N 


'luilletnim Lake 37 3(is 


Hiiiiiians Kr. 


29 J4S 


IIiii.'<se:kU — . 


.17 4.1.V 


liiiis'ien...-.— . 


51 57n 


Hiiizen -.-..- 


52 KIN 


Iluknnge —.— 


49 18n 


Hukven— -. 


51 32n 


riultieldab -. 


6.5 SON 


ITulil;m 


„3.1 MN 


Hull-, 


45 35n 


Hull, Ft 


32 lilN 


Hull. River.. 


,-. — 53 45W 


Hullintrsburg 


« 9n 


llullovlnnton 


51 32N 


lliillilial 


15 17i« 


lliiluie .— ,~. 


— -J5» 28N 


Huiine, River 


53 I5N 


nulpe-,,.,...„.......50 45n 


UtiUt -,-.-.— 


51 I8V 


Hulsiiing -.— 


57 4IN 


Hultorttad — 


«« 31 N 


Hulton, Mid. 


53 33 N 


Hulwiid -.-^ 


. 33 «N 


lliunn;;u!ic:i- 


'2 ins 


HtnuiipuUniir 


2S 23N 


Huniber Rlvo 


• -.-M 3rtN 


Iluinbio-.-.-. 


55 SIN 


Humbledon - 


50 *IN 


HdinbletoM - 


ar, 34 N 


Humbria, T. i 


le-.:i7 ION 


Hume-.-.-... 


5.-. 3!»N 


Humeerpoor- 


2(J ON 


Humel -.— ^ 


'i! ON 


Hiiinla -—.—.- 


^-. ^'i* 5!IN 


Huinmnni, .K 


bul ■») ION 


HUIUMI'DI -.- 


-»! 47M 



Huni'natli .-- .— 3J 47N 
Hiiiirninire Land -54 4*2n 
Hununnrk Mount 33 40s 
HiiininockR L -.-.4i). lOn 
Huininurgliur ^.-.25 7n 
Humoon —..-.-.31 1'in 
Huniora~.~.-.~.-.47 35n 
Humsliaugli -.-.-Jt5 3N 
Huna Inn -.— «-J>.S 37n 
Illinda -.-.-.-.-.58 SIN 
Hundertlitviito— .54 3V^ 
Huiidurup...-.-.-.55 :?5n 
nundMiovod-.-..-55 S/N 
Hiiiidy — .-.-.-»-! 4 41 N 

Hiinffeld-.-,-. 50 40N 

Iliincln -.-.-.,--..15 l!IN 
t llungnry-.-.,.-,47 2'iN 
Ilungen -.^-.,—,50 '28n 
iliingerford -.-.-,5! 2.'iN 
Hiingoo -.-.—-.33 miN 
Hungry Mill 51 41 n 



1 48W 

75 .'JOB 
34 2J)B 
84 I2R 
77 OW 



Ko.or 
Map. 



7 
39 

m 

3!l 
52 



Namu. 



Lat. 



f.ON'n, 



Nn.OF 
MAr. 



73 58W 47 
85 (W Art.\ 
70 0\V 45 I 



73 40W 

17 14B 

107 5B 

107 20b 

5 4nw 
11 SOB 

10<j SOB 
3 47W 
3 33W 

6 5(,rtr 
6 44nr 



47 

35 
40 
30 
25 
3.5 
15 
■M 
30 
21 



ni Ofifcj 



12 41B 

3 iw 

1(«» SB 

109 25K 
7* IdW 

2 anv 

2 2W 
2 liW 

110 1.3VV 
24W 

2(nv 

2 4>!\V 
5!» a'.W 

83 7W 
2 49Hr 
8 2!)B 

m 44 R 

39w 

7 I5W 

1 20W 
35 HB 
01 .linv 
22 2"K 

1 OB 
5 .55B 

5 I (IB 

6 lOB 

4 .33R 

13 5ttB 
47 18B 
75 4«W 
85 47W 

19w 

70 .low 

2 »W 
7V .50B 

2 KiW 

8 32B 
4 27B 
4 38 

10 27B 
1« 33B 

2 2HW 

71 1KB 
tJ4 48W 

84 2(iB 

:\vr 

2 52W 

1 aw 

9 4W 

6 h-lw 

9 30nr 
80 4R 

li HB 
13 -.MB 
32 St)B 37.43 
a") 3tB 37 
35 34B 

11 llR 

138 :«iB 

147 MB 

74 4SH 

(tt 4^R 

25 48B 

9 8\V 

8 flW 

3 fi8W 

9 2W 
8 41R 
OSOB 

77 3KR 

B fi2a 

1 37W 
eo 25B 

8 S3B 

1 31W 
71 18B 



25 
30 
.•» 
.35 
63 
29 
2'J 
29 
49 
29 
29 
2!» 
58 
49 
29 
42 
38 

7 
13 

» 
37 
33 
44-1 
15 
18 
18 
15 
18 
20 
38 
46 
48 

7 
47 

u 

39 
7 
21 
19 
18 
25 
26 
7 

3!) 

63 

39 

7 

10 

8 

7 

30 

10 

39 

18 

SB 



87 

85 

41 

67 

39 

.38 

93 

7 





7 

25 
25 
311 
22 
44 
23 
99 
8 
38 
13 



Hury R. ., 34 26N 

Iluryool-.— — .-.33 4Un 
HiiHband's 

Uosworth .—52 27n 
Hiiscli e-.— — 48 Sb'N 
Iliishtmy -.-.—35 20N 

Iliishtnuggur .'<4 2:<n 

Husiatyn— .-. 49 2^ 

Husinish Ru—- .58 IN 
Huskendish -.—57 3n\ 

Hiiskisson R. 41 43s 

Husleydon -,-,57 24v 

llusn, el -.—.32 35N 

Ilusseirabad 27 40N 

I'ussth —-.—48 Hv 
Husiim .-.——.-.54 .TIN 
Hutalitch -,—.43 27n 
Hutching Isle-. — 27 20n 
llutt. or 

Eritonga R. —41 15s 
Huttiah 1. 22 30N 



Huttoft 
Hutton 
Ilutton 
Hutton 
Hutton -.... 
Ilutton, Lit. 
Hutton, New 



53 57N 
.54 44V 
Ji5 47N 
65 U\ 

i3 aiN 

-.54 18V 



Huiton, Old— .—.54 l"v 
Hutton le Hole -.54 I8v 
Hutton, John -,-.54 .3IIV 
Hiitwvl -.-.-.— 47 «iN 
HutzScId 51 iv 

Iluzrut Baba 
Cuniur — . 
Hvaloe -,~.< 
Ilvalp Sound 
Hvanstrup-.. 
Hvide. Lake 
Hyaloen Isle . 
Ilyam 
Hyam 
Ilybia — . 



(>4 5B 
69 60B 

1 Sw 

28 8B 
63 OB 
71 4(iB 
26 2-.^B 

6 22W 

7 2W 
143 40B 

2 40\V 
35 69B 
6li l!IB 
23 17B 

9 5B 
25 9B 
80 low 

174 67B 

9i I2B 

16b 

26\V 

2 52W 

2 8W 

3 17\V 
2 2«iw 
2 42W 
2 41w 
56W 
2 54W 

7 5lB 

8 S'iE 
5 lOK 



36 2n 

70 ION 

.56 42V 

.VJ 48V 

..-JiO 2SN 
-,~«9 .38N 
55 22N 
5(> 40N 
,37 Jlv 



Hybia Heraea -,~37 4n 
Hycatu -.-.——. 2 638 

Hydaspes -. >-..3> 25v 

IIyda^pcs Fl. :12 .ton 

Hyde, Cupi- 52 8n 

Hyder Pyninii'jur 36 14N 
Hydonibad —.25 24n 
Hyderklicl -.— ai ."iSv 
Hvder Pyguuiber 36 15n 

Hydra —,-.37 «0v 

Hydra— ,-.-.— 35 25n 



Hydra L .... 
± llydriibad 
Ilydrabad 
Hydrabad 
Hydraotes . 
Hydrea -,— 
Hydnintuiii 
Hydiirzy ^ 
Hyele ,— -, 

Hygris 

Hygrls, I'l. ,-. 
Heiaf. See I't 

Aden 
Hykeliani, N.. 
Hykuluyo— . 
Hyllokrog, 
Ilyllestad . 
Hylli* Pen 
Hyloo. 



37 19V 
-.17 30v 
-.17 20N 
.25 24N 
31 ION 
.•<7 19v 
ION 
30 42N 
40 IOn 
. 7v 
— 48 SON 
of 



53 IOn 
.-..30 25N 
-.64 36N 

4N 

42 58N 
52 37N 



Hyiuettus Motnit .37 58V 
Hyndford Br. and 

Inn .-,-,-, -,55 .3f)N 

Hyne -,-.-. 54 5v 

Hynisli — — JWt 30n 
Flypaepa -..—.,-38 8v 
llypata —..—..38 51 n 

Hypanls Fl.. 49 On 

HypanltR. -.45 ON 

Hyperborsl, or 

RIphiBi M. -....-58 30n 
Ilypfiaala River— ,30 SON 
llypliaaiii Fl. — _30 .3<in 
Hyplaughuliy, R..,16 S2s 
HypicleMM— .-.27 9n 
Hypsill -.— .-,-j<7 95N 
Ilyra ,^-.-.-.-,-.37 .in 
1 llyrouila -,-.-.36 4nN 
Hyrcanlan Soa .-.42 .ion 



Hyria .- 

Ilyskerl.jle 

Hysopis 

IlysRiii, 

Hythe. 

Hytlrie 



-,~40 32n 
. 7 34N 
.26 41 N 
40 a8N 

57 ,14 N 
4 27s 



.38 
39 

8 
33 
38 
38 
23 

9 

9 
67 

9 
37 
3)1 
23 
25 
33 
48 

67 
39 

7 

7 

10 

10 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

17 

31 

19 



68 12R 
19 40k 

9 12k 

9 20B 

8 2HB 
18 .10B 

8 65R 

9 .30b 
IS llB 

14 32 B 
4.3 47w 

72 20B 39,58 

73 OB 58 
8 17w 

48 I8r 
68 32b 
68 32B 
48 18b 
23 29B 
8 30B 
93 28B 
79 OB 
78 28B 
68 45B 
73 40R 39,. '>8 
23 28B 3t 
18 .3l)B 
67 Ob 

15 8B 
38 OR 
38 4(iB 



.38 
28 
25 
25 
26 
26 
25 
£5 
59 
69 
54 



13 

a>i 

38 
3!l 
.38 
31 
44 
.34 
31 

:w 
39 



59 
39 
5:i 
.19 
68 



ITyucarii, River 

ifeMrii 



.T6W 
66 38B 
11 .311B 

7 aOB 
17 2SB 

4 4'R 
23 4UB 

8 44W 

2 4inv 

6 MiW 
27 5>B 
22 I6R 
9<'. 30R 
38 :iOB 

89 Ob 
74 20B 
74 OB 
65 38\r 
3! I5B 
22 MIR 
25 171 
64 36B 
60 OB 
17 4.5B 

7 40w 
91 .10R 
40 2B 

1 ftB 

1 69W 
62 5lv,' 



42 

7 
.38 
25 
26 
69 
18 
34 

10 

7 
10 
69 
34 
68 
69 

68 
39 
68 
64 
69 
34 
34 
69 
69 
69 

9 
69 
69 

8 

n 

63 



Namh. 



Ibridii 

Icii, Rivor 
lea, or St Aiitonii 
Icnria I. 
± Iceland 
Icliagur— , 
Icliini — ,— .. 



„ — ...,...,. 



..,.—....< 



„,.,..,..—— 



Ichilman 
Iclimul -.-. 
Icklesliani-.. 
IcUleton-,— . 
Icliknjtliani . 
Icolnikill, or 

lona. Isle 
Iconiuin — . 
Icy Cape 
Ida Mt. , 
Ida Mt.- 
Idaliuin 
Idanha — >.- 
Idanova -«-» 
Idupa, River, 

or Ruapa — 
Idburv,-, ....... 

Idclialal -.-.. 
Iddah Attah- 
Iderstnip — . 
Idice River - 
Idimuni— ^ 

Idle R. 
Idlicote . 
Ideesa , 
Idre 
Idria 

Iduliibad — „. 
t Iduinea-.„ 
Idyghur— 
lehodevik — . 
lebeli — .— „ 
lefrenlov —, 
legorievsk — — 
lekatoridonar -.- 
lekaterinbourg ,-,. 
leknterinotlav -,- 
t lekaterinoslav - 
lei atom — -.— , 
I elayiiiir— .-,— 
lelisavetgrnd — .- 
Ion! Klian — .— ,— 
leni KItan — 

leni-kiui 

leni Raglira — 
loiiiliasar — .-„— 
lenidje Kizllagliad 
leiiikaleli — .- 

lenikiui -.- 

lenotaevsk -.-.- 
leiBini —.,—,-.- 
lereininka -. — ..- 

IvSlO »*^^#»#»»##<^ j^ ^ » 

letcliaolilen -.-.- 
leviiiugliina -.— . 
Kac, M. do -.— . 
I Held — — .— 
Igal -.—.-,-.-.- 
Igaronoi --.-.-,-. 
i|(on **^»*»* » »*»*u » »*»*» 
Igenoc, Isle -.-.- 
Igliafcr — .-,- 

IghiHeld 

Iglitbani-,— — .- 
Igilluui -,— — , 

Iglau -.-.- 

Iglan, River -.-„ 
IvIcKtafuyla —.-,- 
Iglcmiu ........... 

Igliaco R.-.-,— 

Ignaclo 8. — -,- 
Ignacio S. — .- 
Ignaclo 8. —.-.—, 
Ignaclo H.,— 
Ignaclo 8.— ....-.- 

Ignatpol . — .-... „ 
Igncy -.—,——. 
Igoutticn -,-,—. 
Igualadii -,— — ,v 
Iguana — ,-, 
Iguape ,—..—-„ 
Iguape River .-.„ 
Igunzu —.—... 
Igiiviuin ......,^,. 

Iliitoko-.— — — . 
lliodeponr. 
Ihooiijoowarra 
lining— ,.—. 






INDEX TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



No.OF 

MAr. 



3\V 

88 
OK 
I 4(iB 

5 HJK 
H 22w 
2w 
4(111 
40tv 
5 S'iB 
l!)B 

17H! 
SB 
»B 

low 



I7w 



8 
Xi 
3U 

aa 

23 

u 

9 

47 
» 
37 
StI 
23 
25 
33 
48 

C7 

X) 

7 

7 

10 

lu 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

17 

31 

19 

3A 
2rt 
25 
2.'5 
26 
26 
25 
£5 
5.9 
5!t 
54 



13 

;«» 

38 
3!) 
38 
31 
44 
34 
3» 
»> 
39 



5!) 
39 
ft) 

.i!) 
58 



26 
18 



58 



59 
69 
A9 

n 

ft9 

59 

8 

n 

53 



Namm. 



Lat. 



Ibridii 40 38N 

Icii, Itivur ^.^,^^ 3 88 
Icii, or St Antonio 3 38 
Icariii 1. ^^«,«J7 35v 
± Iceland .^^..^^^^Bft On 




Icliagnr 
Ichini , 
Ichilman 
Iclimiil 
Icklesham... 
Iclileton^^,^, 
Icliknslmni . 
Icolnikill, or 

lona. Isle ,..^,,.Ui6 21 n 
Iconiuin ,^,^^.,Jf7 51 n 
ley Cupe >.^.«>.^.70 lOw 
Ida Mt. ~~-„.,--.^T5 17N 
Ma Mt ~.^39 40M 



.23 8N 
.41 40N 
.42 18N 
1!» 54N 
..■50 CSV 
..S2 is 
— 52 20N 



Idaliiiin 
Idiuihii 

Id.-tnova 

Idiipa, River, 
or Ruapa 

Idcliaial <~~^ 
Idduh Attali^, 
Identrtip ^ 
Idice River 



Ai 3M 
hT9 51v 
.70 5n 



LoNfl. ' 


So.or 
MAr. 


26 35K 


aj 


68 2»V 


52 


68 12W 


62 


26 lOR 


69 


2(1 OW 


45 


85 60B 


39 


19 44R 


33 


24 IR 


a3 


89 OW 


50 


(I 41 B 


H 


lOB 


8 


37K 


8 


6 25W 


10 


32 37B 


69 


162 OW 


4.^1 


24 25B 


59 


26 54B 36,59 


33 20« 


59 


7 4\V 


30 


103 40B 


35 



Idimum 
Idle . 
Idle R. 
Idlicote 
Idcesa 
Idre 
Idria 
Idro ... 

Iduliibnd 

t 1diiiii«u~ 

idygliur^ 

lehedcvak 

lebeh 

lefreniov 
legorievnk 




»»»— ■#»»^»»*l 



, 2 6M 
.51 53N 
^1 5.TV 

7 3()N 

..~~.Ji4 46n 

44 39n 

^ 44 15N 

..53 60n 

.52 6S 
42 llN 
.61 ON 
.46 ON 
.45 45V 
19 40v 
,10 r,(\N 

17 Vis 

47 24i» 

.41 fiv 

LI I2V 

- „ ar, Mm 

Ickatoridonar ^^U 'Ms 
lekaterinboiirg -^...'iG S4n 
leknterinoalav ^^48 -.?4n 
t leknterinoslav ^AH On 
telatom...^^..,^54 3.>n 
Ielaysiir^.~-^^..<.^27 3<»N 
lellHuvetgrnd >^^48 27n 
loni Khan ^,..^^42 28n 
leni Khan ^„.,.^i.-i 42n 

leni-kiiil.^ 4i IHN 

leni Raxlira 48 25n 

leniluiiar ^^,^.^^:^ 16n 
lenidje KizllitKlind 42 7n 
'"" *' >-45 2IN 
-.41 17n 
~47 9N 
^13 29N 
■,.rri 3N 
~«„«^55 27" 

.n .nv 

,.T8 2.1N 
M 4(IN 
.ftl .MN 
-18 38N 
61 7i« 
,46 3:.'N 
.22 3?s 
.~,~.~,64 6!»N 

.58 32N 



leiiikaleli 
lenikiui ... 
lenotaevik 

leraini 

lereininkn », 
leme , 

lesi^, 

teste ^^^ 
letchaohien 
levlouvliina 
Ifnc, SI. do 
Irteld 

Ivil ^^^^ 
I|{arotms >^ 
Il(en ,.^„.^ 
Igenoc, Isle 

Ifflmfor „^ , .,.., 

iKlKflold ~-~. ^,5J S/N 

Ighthani „ 51 171, 

■Kiliuui 
Ijjlau ^ — ^ 
iRlau, River 
iKk'tiafuyla 
Iglcxiaa ^.^ 
Iglinco R...„ 

Iglo 

iRnacio 8. 
Igfimcio 8. 
Ignucio B. 
Ignai'lo 8 
Ignacio S. 
Ignatpol . 
Igncy ^, 
Igouincn 
Igualada 
Iguana 
tgunpg 



.~~~42 22n 
.49 2.1N 
.48 6.'iN 
.43 2?IN 
.3!) 21 N 
,37 Mm 
48 51 N 
.14 13s 

22 268 

.23 20a 

.26 148 

.37 88 

'*»»i#.*....»» ft l !4n 



Iguiipe Rivur 
Iguasii , 

IgllVilllll 

Iliitoko^ 

IliodeDdor..^,^ 
Ilioonjoowarrii 
Iliiin 



.~»>.48 17n 

AT 4(iN 

1 SON 

.26 4(IN 

'» mm 0» 4 rpw»0 ^ H 448 

..^24 40s 
.~.M 588 
....43 2l>N 
30 2<IN 
.31 50N 
.23 I!IN 
31 



52 

8 

33 

42 

23 

31 

69 

7 

7 

A 

59 

26 

23 

31 

39 



36 
28 
27 
28 
27 



67 h\v 

1 39W 
26 a'lB 

7 lOK 
II .58B 

11 4IB 

21 OR 
1 44W 

67W 

1 aiw 

43 48R 

12 4-.>R 
14 .'iR 
10 29B 
78 31B _ 

35 OR 37,59 
73 15R 39 
51 15B 
3.'> 25B 
38 5R 
38 45R 
.18 4.iB 
60 41 R 
34 S8R 
3K .K)R 
41 22R 
78 20B 
32 31 R 
23 46B 

22 IKH 
26 4(IR 

26 3B 

27 I3R 
26 23R 

36 25R 

28 42R 

46 .S5R 

23 SiK 
40 MB 

H mis 

11 I4K 
2 2(!W 

119 25R 
36 ISR 

3B 

Mw 
17 .%8B 

69 51 W 
t) 5iR 

24 OB 
S6 44 b 

2 4IW 

I.'iR 
10 68a 
15 .TIB 
10 .16k 

7 58W 

8 27R 
21 23R 
20 30R 
63 Uw 
63 4IW 
63 35W 
63 31 W 
65 50W 
28 321 

6 841 
28 23R 

1 2HR 
99 49W 

47 26W 
47 I4nr 
34 43tir 

12 33B 
74 651 

70 15R 

71 43R 



28 
27 
39 
V8 
31 

ai 
ai 

33 
33 

ai 

28 

at 

88 

.11 

28 
25 
31 
29 

27 
21t 
II 
23 
51 
36 
80 
87 
7 
8 
69 
53 
33 
30 
3i 
34 
33 
63 
53 
53 
53 
33 
38 
13 
38 
89 
49 
54 
64 
64 
3» 
39 
SO 
39 



Namei. 



Lat. 



hona. 



No. or r 
Hap. 



1 Illyricum 43 3()n 

Ilm, River 48 46n 

Ilnien ,W .Vis 

linien, Lake .'>8 I4N 

Ilmenau fA) 42n 

Ilmcnau, Hivur ^..V) 34n 



Ilmer 
Ilniinster 

Ilo-ilo 

IlinvaitHk ^ 

Illovlinska 

IlRcnbnch.. 

Ilsuy, Eiist 

Ilslon ,^^, 

Haley W. * 

Iltou 

Ilva 

Hz 

III, River. 

Ill, River 

Ilzliofen 

Ilztitadt .. 

Ima, Lak 

Imachar 



..^1 44N 

.V» 56N 
10 40N 

..^7 OW 

.~.49 16N 

49 44N 

51 32N 

.^.^l 35N 

.34 UN 
.42 SON 
.47 7N 

48 32N 

..■Ml In 
.49 IDN 
.48 S.'N 
.27 SON 
36N 




Iniandrai Lake ......67 58n 

Im in Kupan ,,.....,29 48n 

Iinnn Zadeli~~.„,„28 27N 
Iniataca..,^.,,.,,..,.., 8 30N 
Iniataca, 8a,.,,„.», 7 40N 
Imaund Bikkausli .16 37n 
Iin.iut M. „. 
Iniber....,...M. 

linbro, Ide 
Imbros „...,. 
linbshaiisen 
i Imeretia 

Imja -,....„„ n 

Iminenstadt , 47 .14N 

Iminingliani~,~,~,.^3 .'<8n 
Iinola~,...,,.,..,..,....44 :'3n 
Iinoon R. „,..„„„..17 47n 




Imoschi ,„„.„.„„„4.1 .1|N 
Inipby ..,...„„„„.,_4(! WiN 
Imsclier, River ^r,\ I'ftN 
Iniat ~,..,.,.,....,.,..47 II!n 

Iniues 1 ION 

Inaroiu«.,,„,..„.„_47 1.in 
Iiibatskoe ,...,.....-64 ON 
In Avi ~..,.,..,.^,.,.,.1H 45N 

Inca ~ 3*1 4 1 N 

Inch ~.,„„„„„„..>_'iT 7n 
Inch..., ...„„„...„.,..S4 .'4N 
incli~,-„,«.....,.„,„.')a ION 
Inch, Isle .^^^.^'th 4N 
IncliHffray Abb..,JMi 22n 
Incliiird, Loch~,.,..'>8 278 
Inch irewcr (,'a». ~.57 38N 

lllcldH!g„„„_,„„^5J 4N 

Inclibroik .57 19n 

Ini li Colni.„,„..,«.,.V} 2n 
Inch Keith, Isle „J^0 2N 
Inch Kenneth ,„,..5(i 2!)n 

Inchduiniia .16 K'n 

Inches... ~-..,„S3 ;t2N 

Inchet, ^.'-,7 M)fi 

Incligray.,.-.„„„„„',6 51N 
Inchiqnin Mts „,•(,' ."iN 
Inchkenny .............M .hin 

IncliiHggon „.>,..,>57 «N 

Inchney...... .„jl7 4jn 

Ineluiiarla ,.,...17 sn 

Inclirory ..„, — ,^7 ion 
Inchture . — ,,...,36 27n 

Inohygcolagh ,01 ftiN 

Inclsn ...,„„„ 43 40N 

Indal „, ~,»(i.' aiN 

Iiidal, River „„ m 28N 

Indupoor ..„ ..m f,N 

Indchigii „„«...„..41 ION 

Indun .rjj.46 22n 

Indentbia Isle ,„^w 4.1n 



Inderal ._ 
Inderaub 
t India.. 



a* 

..,..,.3(1 



IHiN 
4lN 
ON 



, India Extra 

Oangein.,,.. 
t India Intra 

Gangein.„»„„.„24 ON 
Indla-iuorta „„.,„„1,1 \r,B 

Indian . 30 I5n 

IndLin ,..^^,..^33 51 n 
Indian Head „„.,-5 6h 
Indian Ocean ,...„, 10 os 



59 
22 

s«7 
23 
21 

8 
40 



IndUin Post, Old.,48 46n 
Indian R. Inlet ,..27 38n 
• Indian Territory 

(Upper Canada) 44 IOn 
Indian, V. ^^ ;i;j 4.^^ 

Indiana ~~„,„.„40 ('n 



SS 

82 

8 

8 

8 

7 

59 

23 

82 

22 

22 

88 

49 

10 

27 

38 

38 

38 

33 

38 

38 

8 

33 



17 SOB 

11 41B 

44 30R 
31 80K 
10 57R 
10 lOB 

54\V 

8 fiiw 
122 25B 

40 5tB 
43 .''16R 

12 I IK 

1 17Hr 

4 4W 

1 imv 

1 44W 
10 hW 

16 6fiB 

13 82B 
I0 67R 

9 5tB 
13 81 R 
97 40W 

5 33wr 
.12 I OB 
50 35B 
53 3B 

61 4W 
00 46W 

62 I.^iR 
8i OB 

3 8W 

25 52R 

26 30R 36,60 
10 2R 81 
43 OR 
33 OB 

10 13R 
14W 

11 44R 
65 a'iR 

17 I8R 
3 I OR 

6 4Ar 
10 47k 
77 42W 
19 3JR 
91 20B 
33 SB 

8 57b 

3 6l>W 

4 5S\f 

9 59\v 

7 aw 

3 4IW 

5 Iw 

8 34n' 

9 liw 
3 .15lir 
3 18W 
3 7W 

6 Ow 
3 13nr 
3 87w 
3 34W 
3 33W 
8 4SHr 
8 32W 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
9 
II 



39W 
I6tv 
37W 
24»ir 
8w 
3W 
87" 
17 IIK 
17 8.IB 
76 71 
88 26.^ 
7 37b 
S3 44B 
69 3611 
69 iJU 

m OB 



28 
36 
23 
7 
31 
38 
23 
16 
81 
83 
53 

US 
ai 

36 

89 

9 

10 

13 

13 

10 

9 

9 

13 

I) 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

S> 

9 

13 

13 

9 

9 



U 

10 

13 

31 

26 

86 

39 

33 

17 
38 
.'» 
38 

aa 



9i Oa 38 



77 OB 
53 H\r 
49 4UB 
83 3lHr 
131 88R 
70 OB 
75 63W 
00 30W 



M 

M 
SB 
48 
41 
I 
46 
48 



Kami 



Lat. 



LoNd. 



Va.er 
Miip. 



Inkberston »,,..,„J>8 13n 
Inkpcn ,~„....»„„..31 22N 

Innat ,. „ ~~, Vi 58N 

innerwick ..„,..M.,~~37 12N 

Innes B.......... IR 3n 

Innbindamif Inn — ."iO 8n 
Innistiogue„,.,~,~.62 38n» 

Inn, River .-, 48 .15N 

Inn, River 48 ION 

Innaconda„~.„,„~,16 5n 

Innerkip 53 5.'5n 

Innllela~„~„,„„~51 2.')N 
Inniclien ,.„,„~,.w46 4.in 
Innisbeg Isle~,~~~56 ]Js 
Innisbofln Ixle ...,^53 .IftN 
Innisboflri Isle ,„~,.Vi 1 In 
Inniscarra „,„.«„,.,51 .S4.v 
InniHdalla Isle~,~,53 41 n 
Innisdoey lale ,.,^ib \-2y 
Innisproan..,.,.>„,„.5t 13N 
Innisfree Isle ,,^..54 .'>7n 
Inn is Ulova Isle ,..JS4 11n 
Innisliark Isle ...,..~3.1 
Innishere ..„..„,„„,.')3 
Inni^iherer Islo...~-.'>.'> 
Iniiisherkin I.^ic ~JiI 
Innishowen I 'end 55 14n 
InniskoH, North -~54 8N 
Inni.«kea, South ..,.54 

Inniskpnn ._„. „Jil 

InnlsKwin .„.„„,..„54 

Innifkoel Isle.— 64 5lN 

Innis Keerauh Islc-H I2n 
Inni.siiriin I»l.'.,,,..Ji3 «n 

Inni.itnurray I-le .M 26N 

Inni'tniimll Islc„.5.l 27n 

Innisinrk Isle .'.3 4:'n 

InniHtrynton,~,-.,„.'i2 Cn 
Inn«prirtk,..~~.-,~.47 I7n 

Inny, Itr 51 51 n 

Inny, Rivor,..,.>,..«3l 60n 
Inowriclaw_.-,„..,JS2 49n 
Insara 53 54N 



58W 
29W 
45W 
46W 



76 17W 



4 

7 



irv 

4N 

7s 

2«N 



r>N 

45N 
ON 



Insch ,„„. 

Inaliera,,,. 

Inthiinnan, 

Instantur. 

Insterbiirt;. 

Insint „„„. 

Inta,. 



Intercisa 



81 80tv 46 
79 4l<tv 48 

m OW 47 



Intcrlnken...,., 

Interview Ule 

Interview R. 

Intragna 

Inver 

Invcr 

Invcr 



f>7 21 N 
M 27W 
-Vi .S3n 
41 4(iN 
64 StN 
16 27b 
23n 
.43 4?N 
46 4lN 
12 Ms 
41 40s 



M I5N 



Inver Baiintsy 

liivir H;iy 

liiVi r Ca'iinitli. 
Inver Loch «.,, 
Invcrack ...„,. 
Invorallen«.„„. 
Inveran 



.VI .18N 



.68 16N 

51 ;t7N 

M ION 
M 34N 
67 3IN 
*7 67n 



Invi'ninfdale,,„,,«,57 50n 
Invt>mns<ialo ~~.J57 49n 

invemrity 56 3(iN 

Invcrary ,„..J16 I4n 

Invemry „,...,;« fli's 



Invcniry Castle ~Ji/I 14n 

Invent ven 

Inveraw^,....,..,, 

Invirbani «„,. 

Invercnmm .„ 

Invcrcaslio „. 

Inveri'oe 

InvcrcrKHn 

Inveretliie, 

Invoretk 

Inverew .. 

Inverey 



/ S.IN 
M 27n 
37 ;»2N 
87 .ViN 
.%7 6.'tN 
~M~6(I 4(t.N 
36 .14N 
67 7m 
a iis 

67 48N 
SR .ISlN 
JV7 15N 
.66 30N 
-67 7N 
.67 '.'N 
.■Ml 87n 



Inverfavlkai^ 
Inverganon ..„, 
Invcrgiirry Inn 
Invergelder 

Invergowrie 

lovergordon Carsle.'k? 43N 
Inverginani,„..,.„.57 6n 
Inverliallen ..„,„„.B5 66n 
lnvertiope...,„„..^58 SIn 

Invtrlch ...... 57 y^ 

Invcrlch ......37 2n 

'nverlnet ..^ 



37 I5N 

Invtrkailor ...M 89n 

Invei'kelthint 66 8if 

Invvrkeithnio -.,..67 Ain 
Invcrkinglasa -..,..6(1 30n 
.nv,rlaidni„,.„.^^ 



58 wr 

aw 

1.1 28B 

13 4HB 

7» 43B 

4 8MV 

6 49Hr 

12 I7B 

8 9W 

10 low 

8 IIW 

8 .15W 

10 2\V 

8 lOHT 

9 iw 
8 28*V 

10 6W 

10 1.6Mr 

fl 3.IW 

8 iWV 

9 24W 
6 57W 

10 9W 
10 llw 
8 .Mw 

6 .14W 

8 2S>W 
10 6w 

9 37W 

,1 aow 

7 \^w 

10 5W 
9 17w 

11 '2Hit 
1(1 low 
10 l^w 

18 I.1B 
44 l(*R 

8 .19W 
4 5!)W 
4 23w 

78 .thv 
81 46R 
.62 low 
78 4.1W 

12 4'R 

7 .VR 
512 5.R 

145 OB 
n 43b 

9 5nw 

8 i8w 
6 liw 
4 .low 
8 -jinv 

4 1.1W 
3 1.1W 

5 6W 

3 .18tv 

4 2*tw 

6 37 w 

5 .ITw 
8 49w 

5 4W 
150 OB 

6 4W 

3 26W 
6 13W 

5 42W 

4 2(iw 
4 4.IW 

6 3W 
3 17W 
3 52W 
3 .1w 
6 .15W 

3 29w 

4 27W 
4 48W 
4 47w 
3 Kiw 

3 Iw 

4 »w 
6 3AW 

3 Iw 

4 36w 
8 29W 
tattvr 
A 36W 

8 80W 

3 yaw 

9 38W 
ft 6w 

i 



8 
8 
9 
9 
60 
9 
13 
23 
22 
.19 
10 
13 
23 
18 
13 
12 
13 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
1? 
13 
12 
12 
18 
13 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
18 
12 
13 
83 
13 
13 

88 

9 

9 
10 
47 
84 
64 
68 
89 
17 
40 
67 
17 
M 
12 

n 

9 
12 

9 

9 

9 

u 

9 

9 

» 
10 
10 

SI 
10 

9 
10 

9 

9 

9 
10 
10 

9 
10 

9 

9 

9 
10 

9 

» 
10 

9 

9 
10 

» 

9 

9 

9 
10 
10 

U 
10 



1 NAun. 


Lat. 


toifd 


Nii.W 
Ma* 


Irane, I. „ 


5(! 3!»N 


C 3:'W 


10 


Iratbl, It 


— 13 25S 


C4 (l\v 


52 


Irati, Rivpr 


,~.42 37N 


. 1 17W 


?•) 


Irawady, River 


,«16 ON 


'96 Ob 


.r, 


Irbid ,—,,.„„.« 


12 .18N 


S."! .lOB 


.1" 


Irbld ^ 


33 51 N 


.*i5 .lOK 


.17 


Irby - 


,53 KIN 


IIR 




Irby Pt. 


...-HI .'^IS 


11)1 r>>K 


5" 


Irchcstir ,~~.,„„„5'i I7n 


;mv 


1; 


Irdning 


«.~47 .TIN 


14 8R 


2; 


Ireby „, „„, 


.«,.'>4 44N 


3 IJW 

IH m:k 




Ire If' „,„_„.„„. 


.^,16 4.tN 


i'.') 


{ Ireland 

Ireland'!* Kye, I.^ 


— .w .^0N 


7 .IihvIlM; 


Ic .M -JSN 


6 4W' 


1.1 


IreniiH, Sin. ^^ 


^■2-2 4nN 


(i« (IK 


.111 


IrBls, River „,„, 


,~47 MS 


(il .lOK 


.■;.i 


Irgiz, Rivor 51 5»N 


47 .11 IB 


■A\ 


Iriino ~.~~.„«,„_11 15N 


72 :'.-)K 


IVI 


Iris, R 


~,41 On 


.1(> 4,".K 
l;<5 OR 


')') 


I Irkoutsk »..>..,. 


.,„ai ON 


.•I."i 


1 Irkoutsk 


~,64 .ION 


103 CE 


;i.'i 


Irkoutsk „, ......58 .13N 


104 2:,B 


,i.i 


Irlapaud ~... 


.,-15 KIN 


79 43b 


.19 


Imlmin .^~,„..., 


-.52 .SON 


«9>v 


H 


Iron Actnn ..„.,, 


„-51 SiN 


2 2(iU' 


fl 


* Iron Hd 


-,43 .^28 


173 11 K 


r** 


Iron Lnui;h ,~~, 


.-53 .t7N 


7 ':(i(v 


i',> 


Iron Mine ,-„«, 


.,-27 338 


«I 14i\' 


i,:\ 


Iron Minn, Lakes 47 47n 


72 :)o\v 


•k; 


Iron Mountains 


^i\ 5:>N 


9 1,)W 


44 


Irthing, R. 


— ll .^Hn 


2 4-'w 


7 


Irton -«„«._.„> 


'J4 2.1N 


3 2.)\v 


7 


Irtyscli, River ,. 


.._')8 ON 


Oil UK 


.1.1 


Irtysch.Rivoi,!' 


p.47 2.'>!« 


84 OE 


31 


IriKvha 


-.41 9N 


2 Mv 


1'!) 


Inin ^ 


.—43 i!IN 


1 4mvlC.-.'! 


Inirzan „,„«.,_ 


~42 .Mv 


I 4!)^v 


-.9 


Irvine ..„..„,„ 


^f>i ;)7n 


4 39w 


10 


Irvine ..„...._,„ 


...S."! 7'' 


3 dU' 


10 


Irvine ^~,„. 


.—•17 46N 


tt1 .'•.IW 


4H 


Irvine. W. „, 


-,.^ii .1()N 


4 2(iw 


10 


Irvine's Town .... 


^M i'BN 


7 .iH\v 


12 


Irwin, C. II. „. 


^U 26N 


81 .'HW 


4» 


Irwin, Inlet. 


.-.15 38 


llfi h3K 


67 


Is 


-„'« 41 N 


42 41IK 


.W 


Imbeliqiie, Point 


19 58N 


70 .ITW 


.10 


Isaisi «,., 


-,14 20N 


2 .Kivv 


42 


laaovd „,.—... 


.~47 5(;n 


.18 5 K 


2JI 


Isaio .»,«..„„»...„. 


.-49 1.1N 


!?.1 lOE 
,11 JIB 


23 


Isiikli „. 


-38 2hN 


M 


Isalctchi, . 


-,46 I8N 


28 :«K 


a) 


Imlka PL 


-,41 .TON 


44 2I'E 


2H 


t I.tar ,.....-„.,... 


.-48 KIN 


II ,!7tt 


'J2 


Isasvrivil Isle „, 


-,20 44N 


10.-> .1 W 


40 


Isaura — 


-.17 l.'N 


32 ;tL'L' 3(i..-.l 


: : Isauria „.,.. 

SIUW ........... 


.-.3(> Ms 


32 30K 


iit 


-4.1 5n 


'.MR 


16 


I baiotchi 


-..")« .'KN 


3S IIK 


27 


Isbartii ,.„....„..„ 


-,;»7 4IIN 


.•m .K'K 


;fi 


Mmt 


-.41 I4N 


•.'0 24 K 


.1.1 


I»bfh „. 


-.13 7N 


.12 'IK 


;iH 


W-a Duihitonioruni50 56n 


3 40u- 


.1,'i 


Iirhel 


-47 4IN 


13 3)IK 


23 


Ischen 58 12n 


3 .llw 


9 


lochia. Isle 40 44n 


13 .V>R 


32 


Isrhini .V* 5HN 


«» 40k 


.15 


I*clilni, River ~~ 


-57 2.'>N 


71 liiR 


3.1 


tKhini,8tcrpoofn> :<i>n 


6;> OR 


3.-I 


Iscina 


-.11 ION 


17 IftB 


.V.> 


lief, 0. ,~„. 


— .15 61 N 


11 4!lK 
3 IIR 


'.'5 


IseKlu<in~,.....>.„„ 


—W 64 N 


19 


Isenlicini ,...„.„,. 


-47 6*iN 


7 17K 


1.1 


Iseo, Lake _„.., 


-45 44 N 


10 .IR 


.11 


Iteon „, „, 


-2!» 23N 


31 i:iK 


ftp 


Iwopoiis 


-31 4N 


.11 l.'.K 


.'9 


Iser Point ... 


„;i1 20a 


in low 


44-1 


Iser River .„ 


-Ml ON 


l4 4IK 


:M 


Iserable 


-46 !JN 


7 KiK 


17 


Ineran Mountain ..-45 32« 


7 14R 


31 


t Isi-re, IVpart- 








nient of ^^^. 


-46 l(!N 


3 S.'K 


16 


Isemia „„ 


-41 5.!N 


14 I4K 


31 


Ileum .... 


-S>7 IlN 


31 IIIR 


.19 


lihrjan „. 


-31 40N 


81 .VIK 


.18 


Islianabad 


-33 ON 


4U 4'<R 


38 


Istliekll „.„.. - 


-.18 I(!n 


-.9 .5)lR 
110 OR 


.16 


Isliign I.hI.o ,~^, 


„45 40N 


.13 


IsliikiiRlinsy ,..„.. 


—W Hn 


04 44R 


:i8 


Ishkaslim .„.,.... 


-.16 42N 


71 2^R 


.'18 


lilipeo.,,,,..., 
Isli unovK ...„„„„ 


-;» .IIIN 


70 VK 


m 


-.18 1;>N 


88 .DlK 


.16 


ishtntkh ........ 


,.36 4:'N 


71 :)!IR 


,18 


Isiatchiiio .... 


-51 37N 


67 'M* 


28 


Isidore „,,-... — 


-23 6N 


103 OW 


49 


\ir.zrzz: 


-49 20N 


1 .IW 


13 


„3!» 42N 


9 5K 


38 


Islngen Isle „.,... 


...^7 4.'iN 


11 4.'<B 


i.'6 


Isiondu ^^^^. 


-.37 6N 


SI K'K 


.IH 



INDEX TO BLACK'S GENERA 




IsMis. G. of 3rt 46N 

Istiilif -"W MM 

Istiinos ..<.^...>».^4>!) i9s 
Istcholno 53 42n 



Istliinus Rav ^ 
Ijtillar, Oitlfof 
I<tip 
Uto, Isle 

4'stria 

tit'.ria. Capo d 
Isironi 

I-tropolis 

ltHl)ii;ti:i liiv. r. 
It :b.iy:inii,i ^~ 
Itariimbiri. ^~^ 
Itajiitiii >~~,.^~ 
t Italy — 
I (una Mt 
I tan 
Iianjiaen 



44 58N 

.40 27m 
41 37N 
(4 18V 
.45 20M 
4ft SJN 

.T% ^s 

~.44 2HN 
-. ft Ms, 
^10 193 
^17 2Is 

4:* (IN 
-T» lOv 
21 3119 
24 li« 
ItHpacoroya, H do 2«! 3.'.8 
ItHp.irarlct Isle ».13 5.>s 
Itap«mirini .~~,.~21 Is 
Itnpetininga Kiver28 5ia 

Ititpicuru .»!! lis 

Itapicuru Riv«r ~.ll 47s 
Itiipicuru River .m, i 4(i8 
Itapiciirumirim^i^ 3 Xta 
ItapicuruzinhoR. 3 48s 

Itata ...^.^.JS 28 

lUta River ...3S Os 

Itayarane River #m 3 3s 
Itchingfield ......^M 3n 

Itcho ,.,W 18V 

.13 20S 



Itenez River . 

Ithaca 



Ithaca' Ni-w York)4 » "^s 

Ithome ......^ 3!» a'iN 

Ithome Mt. ~.,.^,T7 12m 
Itius PortiM,..,w..>50 5>M 

Itoina River. 5 .T^s 

Itri 41 1»M 

Itrifpll , 57 24M 

Ittbayas ^.^?2 4s 

Ittcinytiah ^..^^2<) 4m 



Itty Lake 
t Hum 
Itiirfoide , 
Itzi-lioe ^ 
Iiim Kila 
I ussy 



lureva River 
vahy R.......^ 

Ivanesti 

Ivanich 

Ivankov 

Ivonoveze 

IvanovskoA 



.19 45M 
S6M 
.35 MM 
.M I4M 
JB3 3M 
^i SIM 
46 aiN 




Ivanovtko* 
Ivantka 

Ivegill ^ M 47M 

Iver, ........51 30N 

Iveragti MounUiiuSt &8N 

Ivere 55 ISM 

tvemiay ..iW I9M 

/verue , 62 &7N 

Ivesion J4 61 N 

Iviga "^ ft4N 

Iviga I»l« ............38 SPm 




Ivineliytna River ..32 SM 

vingln^ «».....,S1 AIM 

voee Grear 
Ivory Coa«t 
Ivrea ~.~., 
Ivry 

Ivuktoke Inlet. 
Ivy-Clmrcli. 
fiar., 
Ixia 

liMortli. 
Iz ichicli — .W.......44 52N 

Izimil ...,....>.. ..20 52N 

lr.bin»k ........J57 6M 

l7.l)itclie..«.......^..Ut-t IHM 

Iziouin-...............,4tf 7m 

Izli ......................34 4UM 

Izinid ............40 44M 

Iziiiid, G. ot...^..An 47N 

Iiotina .JW Mm 

Istak .......W.........4C ft7N 

Izvaiff ................ 52 31!* 

UvsrUk ..,„»„ w4!l 3tH 



56 50K 5!> 
68 AOC 3)1, -til 
32 24B 3H 
24 MR 
81 I3\V 
23 &4B 
22 9tt 
U 48B 

14 OB 
13 34B 
2ft 47b 
28 XiB 

52 38W 
.17 30W 

43 20W 

4rt snw 

12 

21 

(>2 3&W 

46 40w 

48 »m 

38 4<)nr 

40 44W 
50 32W 

38 hw 
37 SOW 

44 3W 
44 low 
4fi 28W 
72 23W 
72 .T4W 
65 SOW 

84W 

88 40B 

63 2ftw 

20 40B 
76 3.»w 

21 58B 
81 ft4B 

1 A5B 

53 43W 
13 29B 

6 33W 
50 Ow 
85 I5B 

6 28W 

35 S5B 

89 I4W 
9.-<2B 

62 47B 

6 I8B 
l09»ftB 

ft3 3SW 

57 a6B 

16 3IB 

39 51* 
30 84B 

58 468 

36 33B 

17 I3B 
8 57W 

88W 
10 OW 

8 37* 
3 SOW 

7 25B 

1 47W 
I 85B 
1 35B 

54 13W 

S8W 

64 80B 

6 80W 

7 A4B 

1 37B 
S7 30B 

53B 

84W 

S7 ft3B 

4M 

15 48B 
88 50W 

41 82B 
44 35b 

37 I5B 

1 83W 
30 01 
WfiSB 
41 40a 
19 I7B 
S8S9B 
MlOa 



28 
46 
.13 
33 
23 
2.1 
2.< 
.•1.1 
60 
54 
54 
64 
54 

08 31,32 
488 S4 
A3 
54 
54 
64 
64 
54 
64 
64 
54 
64 
S3 
63 
AS 
68 

8 
36 
61 
34 
47 
50 
34 
68 
64 
38 

9 
53 
39 
13 
»7 
60 
86 
38 
17 
36 
64 
33 
83 
M 
33 
88 
88 
33 

7 

8 
13 
35 
10 
86 

7 

89 
89 
64 

8 
38 
48 
31 
16 
46 

8 
«7 
60 

8 
33 
60 
87 
87 
88 
44 
60 
36 
«7 
43 
88 
31 



■l»«l«M ,.,-,-|,-|,-„j|| , 

Jabahira RIvar 

JihiWiifti 



.U9 IN 



4 lis 

63 AW 



lA 
8} 



J igstberg 
J:ii!nari 



49 24 IN 
.22 4!)8 



Jaguaribc, River > 4 2.'>8 
JagiMripa ...........^.IS OS 

Ja<{iiarii...............li) 148 

Jail Jerni ..............36 ^1N 



Jah.iz, or Jitliazi 31 38m 



JalifU', Tilt! 
Jaicztf 
Jaiiliir ......... 

Jaik R. ...... 

J ail I It ^~,.>.^, 
J.'iinn, River 
Jaj.'ni'l ~...., 

Juki Point 
Jiikd 
Jalacinpt. 
Jalain 



M 28M 
~.44 81 M 
ai 57 N 
.......JM) ON 

?0 18m 

18 l.is 

3.') 4i)M 

R 2.is 

7 ION 

'» 1.1N 

Mi DIN 



Jiilandliar ........^..ll 31 n 

JalHpa ...,.2(> 25M 

Jules ... 41 33N 

Jali-Kiuy. &■« the 
Bospl loru V...W.... 

Jalk 88 19N 

Jailors ...............85 8&N 

Jallorik ..............44 ON 

Jalomnitza, River 44 41m 

Jmloun .,, 96 7n 

Jalotitorovsk ... ...56 aftN 



Jalowice 
Jamaica Island . 
Jamalah 



Jamarga ....... 

J.-unary River, 
t Jambi .....>.. 

Jambo. 



Jan Majrsnlal* 
Jans 



.71 ION 

,.41 43N 



Janaro R ...<,» ,»».».4 4 A5n 
Jandul*, River «J8 In 
Janella, R. d» .....^1 48N 
Jangada, River ..^13 408 
Janui ...„.....»...— .U4 43n 
Jaiiitii C. ...........J8 4AN 



Janiour 
JanV .. 
Janoah 
Janos 



•32 I In 
..47 6AN 

ION 



.48 37N 
Janow .......,.« ......49 57N 

Janpoo r ».....«,»..«».» W 12N 

Jansi ..........^..>...26 88N 

Janutiou......... . ..JO In 

Japan, Uands of 36 ON 
JapMi. S«i of ....~J9 ON 

Japara ..i....*........ 6 488 

Japhla.. ............. 38 48n 

ijaphygia 40 SON 
aphjrgtum Pr. ..JS AON 
Japara, River ...... 3 188 

Jaquedia, IUt«'.>.38 IOn 
Jam Point ........34 88 

Jaraeapi, River ... 1 868 
Jaraicejo ..w.. .... Jff 34N 

Jarama, River.......40 8n 

Jarawow ...............49 58N 

Jard, la~........«.4A 39n 

Jafdinillos. klei ...81 37N 
Jarees .».»i.~>....34 I3n 

Jarecm 3 6 ON 

Jarerua .15 49n 

Jarerud ..^^..^V AON 
Jarku................36 40N 

Jarmnn .......I..... 8 4 IAN 

JarmelH..........~JI> A4N 

Jannuth..........J»l 48N 

Jamno ........... ..~4A 48N 

Jarom ...........^.38 SON 

Jaros.. ....43 ISn 

Jtim% ..I...,. 1. 1 1....16 IAN 
Jarrow 

iMMIk 



4AB 
47 3UU' 
.17 45W 
39 Ow 
4.5 low 
m .17k 
.15 52K 
8 I4a 
17 IftB 
47 50b 
51 30r 
90 25W 
«9 5IIW 
51 4nR 
127 I6B 
17 40b 

07 i9w 

3 39b 

7A38B 

104 35W 

7 87W 



22 
54 
54 
54 
.54 
.IH 
37 
21 
33 

3n 

28 
49 
60 
38 
40 
83 
49 
lA 
39 
49 
30 



...49 34 M 
M..I8 I2N 
....39 I6M 

...33 36N 
... 9 .KIS 
... 40s 
....24 9N 

Jambrm .........40 IOm 

Jamdro, or L. 
E>alte .............28 AON 

Jam** Bay ,..A3 ON 

James Point 

(Eleuthera Isle) 85 83n 
James, River_.>J)7 6n 
James Town 

(Leitrim) ...^..M 56n 
James Town 
(New York) ..w43 6n 

JatnJo 86 "}N 

Jamniu .,i.49 8n 

Jampaton ......... 1 9 A9N 

Jampoor ........... 99 S6n 

Jamrood .........33 A8n 

Jamthaler Mts. ....46 AIn 

Jamundi ............ 3 12N 

Jamund, Lak8......Jt4 IAN 

Jamur ..,.......^....,36 4n 



62 8r 
72 408 
19 SOB 
87 A5B 
79 208 
65 588 
19 258 
77*>w 
34 lOB 
81358 
62 30w52,54 
lai Or 40 
38 08 59 
85 488 AM 



31 

38 
89 
31 
.13 
89 

ai 

23 
50 
36 
89 



90 548 
80 50W 

76 22W 

77 3IW 



46-1 

50 
48 



7 SOW 18 



54 59M 



79 80W 
IS 518 

15 358 
90 8IW 

70 408 

71 358 
10 188 
76 33W 

16 108 
73 08 

9fi0B 

87 8.58 

8 128 

4 6W 

17 low 
A4 36W 
19 81b 
83 178 
87 IB 
83 34B 
35 848 

16 608 
83 498 

69 488 
78 338 
83 48 

140 08 
135 08 
no 508 
35 188 

17 408 

18 8SB 
65 6W 

1I8 32W 

70 3!<W 
69 23w 

A 42W 
3 40W 

83 278 
37w 

81 .12W 

38 308 
48 .1.58 
A7 A8B 
A8 38 
00 88 

6 3AB 

39 388 
34 A8B 

IIW 
AS 858 

A 308 

7 SOW 

1 SfW 



47 
86 
83 
49 
39 
38 
23 
53 
84 
39 

1 
S3 
31 
30 
48 
64 
33 
.14 
(■30) 
23 
37 
S3 
S3 
38 
39 
34 
35 
35 
40 
37 
59 
SO 
58 
49 
53 
63 
30 
30 
83 
16 
50 
36 
38 
38 
38 
38 
43 
Ml 
37 
16 
.18 
16 
48 

7 



rfftiij^fa 



Jod W. ,..., ........55 SON 

JodbiirKh ............JiS 20N 

..eddore Harbour 44 4.5N 
• Jedida............31 In 

Jedift' ^ 3(> 22N 

Je«1o ^....^^..^.JM 6.5N 
X Jedar..... ....33 6N 

Jeetmnii ...........24 2m 

Jefferson .^...........'iti y^tt 



Jefferson 
Jeffenon Ft. 
Jefferson 

(Georgia) 
Jefforson 

(Miiuouri) 
Jeff'rson 

(Missouri) 
Jefferson (Oliio) 
Jefforson ( Poiiii- 

sylvania) 
Jefferson vi lie 
Jcffreyston 
Jescti Isle . 
Jegtietu R. 
Jegun......... 

Jehanjpoor ._ 
Jchor R. See 

Singapore... 
Jehun. 
Jeib, W. 
Jeitpoor. 
Jejnory 
Jeka 



....31 -.'ON 
3li .54N 



2 32tv 
S 31W 
63 4w 
44 58 
37 .18B 
139 208 
3.5 &r,B 
G!) OB 
75 20B 
81 5.5W 
8.5 4.1W 
K» OW 



10 
10 
46 
36 
36 
.15 

37 
38 
3') 
47 
47 
48 



'H BM 83 34W 48 
..18 :»s 92 6w 47 



.3!) I. In 
41 44N 

41 2?M 
.16 A8M 
/.I 4.1M 
JS6 39N 
36 SON 
43 44N 
.20 5SN 



27 2flM 

.25 I*iM 
18 IIN 

24N 



Jekhovat«........44 :)m 



Jelad 



'»**»» o***!* 



■>#»<WW^^«K» 



.12 8N 

76 .Kin 

....34 28N 

,.^32 43N 

29 32M 

49N 



Jelad, Jebel 
Jtilanii Noi 
Jelkillabad 
Jellalpoor. 
Jellalpoor 
Jellasore ..........«.2I 

Jelling........ .55 47M 

Jellinghy ...........24 6N 

Jellovati ....45 4N 

Jolmsoe, Islfl .....7 1 Am 

Jelsteln ............50 I.IM 

Jeltcha ..........58 20N 

Jelum.....,..........J3 ON 

Jelum River........ll 12m 

Jemgum ...■«..«.«.», 51 15m 

JemUh ....... 29 15n 

Jemick ...>,. 41 5lN 

Jemme, el ...........15 15n 

Jemmuck .........J7 30n 

Jena ..................50 56n 

Jenats ............46 55n 

Jend ml......>.......15 17m 

Jenidja ..^..........,40 46N 

Jenikeui 41 20n 

JMlin <>o» <M>w**»#»»<n^o*tf038 son 



Jenisberg 
Jenjea 



Jenks Bridge 

Jenni 

Jenne 



......46 42N 

.35 17M 
«12 8N 
7 AON 
14 I8N 
Jenneli ...........13 AON 

Jenny Strai t ...... 1 488 

JenjfsiiB .«..»«..».....4'6 18N 

Jepee ...............44 26N 

Jeraeovoin Mt ....JW ON 

Jerafeh, W. el 30 I5M 

Jerahi River .....«J0 A3N 
Jenunah. See Port 
of Aden.......... 

Jerasli .. . 1 3 20N 

Jerba, Isle....~......83 4Am 

Jerdin, Pta de 31 44n 

Jeremestown ......41 47m 

Jeremie 18 89N 

Jeres de la Fron- 
tera.......-........ J 6 89N 

Jerica ................19 A7m 

Jericho ................ I I AIM 

Jericho.......... 43 I4M 

Jericoacoara..^.. 3 438 

Jerisiarvi 67 A6m 

Jerli-Kloy. See 
the Uoxpliorus 
Jorm 

Jersey Isle. 
Jertiey ........~~4A 89N 

Jenimenlia ....... 6 S88 

Jeru8alem..>......>.31 47N 

Jenimlom (Vir- 
ginia) ........ . .....'6 4UM 

Jervis Ray .........35 As 

Jervii, Cnpe........~.1>5 36fl 

Jerrliwooa ........JW 4Im 

Jeserot 49 52N 

;m£^~43 7m 



9! 56w 
80 57W 



47 
47 



79 »w 47 

Ul 4nw 48 

4 40w 8 

8 388 25 

45 258 36,38 

288 16 

86 308 39 



39 
.18 
37 
39 
.19 
28 
31 
.17 
37 
35 



55 8R 
.1.5 2!tR 
70 .108 
74 14R 
.17 46K 
18 2R 
35 47B 
M 46R 
76 OB _- 

70 308 38, .19 
73 16R .19 

71 208 

87 I8R 
9 818 

88 458 
16 43R 
24 40R 

8 13B 
28 78 
73 508 
73 208 

7 2.58 
81 MB 
26 288 

10 SAW 
.17 138 

11 378 

9 428 
71 328 
28 288 
23 18 
35 208 

9 448 
60 188 
81 86W 

8 458 
1 58 
3 OW 

99 68 

34 SOB 
18 128 
28 448 . 

35 08 37,43 
49 4A8 38 



39 
.19 
35 
39 
33 
86 
22 
37 
39 
.19 
31 
.19 

ai 

44 
36 
31 
17 
38 
33 
33 
37 
17 
38 
48 
43 
48 
48 
40 
59 
33 
.14 



43 

36 08 36,37 
10 508 44 
17 I4W 43 
82 34W 47 
74 6W 50 



6 6W 
3«W 
36 278 
75 .13W 
40 24W 
84 37B 



30 
39 
37 
47 
64 
39 



J|j||jr_^_ 



.13 
70 .158 .18 
8 9W lA 
81 438 83 
44 4W A4 
35 1.18 37 

77 low 48 
150 A0B4I,S6 
138 8B 41,56 

3 47W 10 
A .108 19 

lU 198 33 



N .HP..*, 



1..I. 



Jouzeiro 
Jobie l»\o 
Joclinock 
Jockniin . 
Jocksby . 
Jodar ..... 
Jo-doigno 



9 .501 

I 551 

......66 30 

..... — 49 4: 

^'i^vMWMi^i^O 43' 



Jogbchab .... ,„^2 12 

Joiiann.'i Isle~.....,..l2 Oi 

Jobainies Isle^..... 7 51 

Johantii8ber,'....«j>1 271 

Jobanwcrden ........JS 29i 

John o' Groat's 
House — ........Jifl 391 



John's Haven 
John's Fort..., 
t John's Town 

District ..w... 
Johnby «, 
Johneam 
Johns, or 6, 

Wt. Pt. 18 ID 

Johnsdown .........._62 44i 

Johnson's Isles....l6 40i 

Johnston's Uridgo 53 6O1 
Johnstown. ,,....,....55 50: 



.56 4i> 
.54 221 

,44 241 

4 421 
...32 42) 




Johnstown. 
Johnstown^ 
Johnstown., 
Johnstown.. 
Johore . 
i Johore. 
Joigny. 
Joinvllle . 
Jokle Fd. . 
Jokthecl 
Jolan River. 
Jotbos Island. 
Joldelunt.............. 

Jomatielsle. 
Jomanei Fl 
Jones Hills 
Jones Inn 
Jones SouH' 
Jonesboro 
Jonesboro ....^ 

Jonesborougli 

Jonkoping*.. 

t JonkopTng. 

Jonza( 

Joob, or Jobu R. I3i 

Joogen ............29 28: 

Joogjoory ....^.......21 22i 

Joonaghur.........>.21 30i 

Jooneer .............1 9 61 

Joorgee ............28 50: 

Jooria ...^........^22 141 

Joppa . .............. 5 5 56 

Jordanow ..>.....>.49 3!): 



.27 30: 
Oi 

76 40: 
13 271 

.17 231 

.....Ji4 7< 

S7 47: 

'<7 .101 
5 281 



Jordao 

Jordlose. 

Joreend 

Jorge, Pta. St 

Jorhat 

Jorquera.......w. 

JorsaR. 
Jos I. 



*8K»»8KW»^»8i»**i»#».» 




Jote 
Jose 

Joae, R. 8. 
Jote, R. 8. 

Joie, Si 

Jose, St. 

Jose, S 

Joseph Mt. 

Josselip 

Jouo 

Jauey. 

Jougnur 

Jougne 

Jougska, 

Joulan Isles 

Jounpoor »«.»» » ... ; 

Joiininisi 

Joursn, River .....66 7 

Jons Lake 46 38( 

Jovia ..........46 18 

Jovis Pagus .........44 37^ 

Jowla ...» 18 31: 

Jowm ....^..^..^ 2 3 35 

Jowx, L. ........46 47 

i Joyce's Country 
(Oatway) ...... . 53 33i 

Joyeuse ............44 88: 

Jose .....>........80 m 

Juan Femandei 
Isle ............ 

Jiiande Mayo, B., 
Juan ico Strait..... 



,...25 451 

..JUi M: 

........26 22: 

31 49 

.26 37: 
39 111 

A 35 
36 45 
13 15 
15 36 
17 20( 
15 301 
17 A5i 
13 01 

481 
13 671 
38 80 
47 571 

\7 .10 

7 II 
31 15 
.46 47 

4 3 
.17 30 
.23 42 
a9 23 



JI3 SO 
.21 88 
.11 10 



VS GENERAL ATLAS. 



25 



N «HI>«, 



l.x. 



Nu.flF 

Hap. 



Mamkh 



l*T. 



IjiiNIi. 



Jouieiro ,.,^«,«^ u MIS 
Jobie litlc ^,„,..^^ 1 558 
Jocknock „^..^,...^ 30n 



.4» 4N 
M 43N 

JiO 43i« 



Jockniiii 

Jocksby 

Jodar ,^ 

Jo-dolgne 

Jogbclinii ~.....»^32 12^f 

Junannii \s\e^.,,„l2 Os 

JolianiicR Isle.,w«^ 7 6n 

Johamiigber.?^.>,Jil 27n 

Jotmnwcrden >-,.„«53 Si!>N 

John o* (irojifg 

Hoiwo ,^fl 39v 

John's Hfiveii..,-,^')6 4!»n 

Johns Port ,:)4 2'Jn 

t John'* Town 

District 
Johnby ^^^..^ 



*»^*»*<*w<i)ij 14N 



Johneam 
Johns, or S, 

Wt. Pt. 18 llN 

Johnsdown <«„„<,.>62 44n 
Johnion'8 l8le<u~^16 40n 
Johniton's Uridgo S3 SON 

Johnstown. 

Jolinstown. 

Johnstown^,<,„>,^,<)3 24n 
John8towii^..,».,^..^0 24N 
Johnstown,.,.,<,.>^44 AM 
Johore .».>.....,...^^>^ I 40N 

t Johore «^. .... 2 on 

Jolgny ....^..^.^ 47 sDn 

Joinvllle^...,.^ 48 26n 

Jokle Fd. ^^..^^-jg 16N 
JokthccI ^..^^..jVi 24N 
Jolan River.,«»...M^4l 52n 
Jolbos Island .,„>.^21 37n 
Joldelunt...>..«..^.54 40n 
JoinalieI§le,»».«^14 35n 
Jomanei Fl.~^.«.^27 30n 
Jones Hilla .....^..M Os 

Jones Inn ^,,^.^,M On 
Jones Bound..<.~.^70 40n 
Jonesboro^...^.^.,.^ 27n 
Jonesboro «.^...>^,T7 S3n 
Jonesborough #«..wS4 7n 
Jonkonlng..^..^^ft7 47n 
t JonkopTng,.,,.„^7 30n 
Joniac.^.~..>.,.^,.45 98n 
Joob, or Jobu R. 138 
Joogen ............. .,29 2Rn 

~2I 22N 

,^81 SON 

«19 6N 

.28 SON 

Jooria «..~~.........22 14N 

Joppa 'M S6n 



Joogjoory. 
Jnonagliiir 
Jooneer.^ 
Joorgee 



Jordanow ,.,,^^^49 3!)n 
Jovdao ............^....gS 45a 

Jordlos6.i...^~.~....5a 13N 

Joreand ........,..«.26 22n 

Jorge, Pta. St..»....31 4gN 

Jorhat ... 26 37n 

Jorquera....,....~...39 IIn 
Jona R,...............58 35N 



Jot I. 



Jew 

Jose 

Joae, R. 8. 
Joie, R. 8, 

Jose, St 
Jose, St 



»«WMI*#<>**0»*«>»»»<»| 



Jose, St. 
Jose, St. 
Joseph Mt. 
Josselip. 
Jouo«. 
Jouey., 



36 45N 
,13 15s 
IS 36b 
17 80s 
.IS 30s 

.13 OS 



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. 48ir 
..13 87S 
m32 30s 
47S7N 
47 30N 
— 47 UN 



Joughur ......^........fll ISir 

Jougne .........»...>.46 47N 

JoMgHka.........«..~64 SN 

Joulan Isles . 3 7 SON 

Jounpoor ..#.^......29 42N 

Jotininiai ^...^.....M 23N 

Jouraa, River ..^..66 7" 
Join Lake..,....~.~4B 38N 

Jovia ...~..........~.46 I8N 

Jovis Pagui ..«.».>44 37n 

Jowia i..«.»...l« 3IN 

Jowm ~....M».~...>.»3 3SN 
Jowx, lih ^ <. 4 6 471V 



i Joyce's Country 
(Oalway) ..~~~.S3 33N 

Joyeuse 44 88N 

Joie «...~~...~~..80 SOS 

Ju .W.................. W 4 loN 



Juan Femandei 

Isle ............33 SOS 

Jiiande Mayo, B....21 388 
Juiinico Strait ......II 1"n 



40 9w 

laii 30k 

l!l 56K 

8 20R 

22 40b 

3 22W 

4 SIR 
35 S7K 

44 aas 

13:> 21 IR 
21 48R 
10 24R 



.44 24N 

S4 42N 

— 32 42N 



79 OW 

67 OW 

124 S7B 



64 
41 
26 
22 
26 
30 
19 
32 
<7 
3.'i 
24 
25 



3 3vv 9 
2 20W 10 
8 35W !•.> 



Ih n.'iw 

2 54W 
35 8B 

78 Ifiw 

7 33W 

169 SOW 

7 48W 

4 3l«r 
6 37w 
6 SOW 

82 42w 
76 31W 

1U4 AR 
103 30R 

3 2SR 

5 9R 

6 52B 
3S39K 

1 AW 
87 18w 

9 llR 
32 lOR 

78 OB 
146 40R 

79 39W 

80 OW 
87 low 
89 low 

6 22W 
14 7K 
14 lOB 

29W 
42 40B 
70 S4B 
86 30B 
70 40B 

74 35B 
66 88B 
70 82B 

3 7w 
19 4.'SB 
S3 18N 
10 7B 
68 8IB 
16 SSW 
94 lOB 

1 40W 

8 17W 
3S 18B 
68 low 
60 32W 

59 low 
64 SOW 

60 8SW 
63 40W 

75 30w 
66 4w 

116 SB 

3 aiw 

I 2SW 

4 26B 
91 28B 

b 84B 
44 SIB 

81 OB 

83 44B 

84 OB 
52 40B 

617« 
16 SOB 
81 OB 

76 26B 
7S 7« 

6 18a 



46 

7 

37 

50 
1.) 

12 
10 
13 
13 
47 
46 
40 
4(1 
15 
15 
?6 
60 
29 
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25 
40 
S8 
56 
48 
4.-5 I 
48 
48 
12 
26 
26 
16 
42 
38 
39 
39 
99 
S8 
39 
10 
23 
64 
29 
38 
48 
40 
89 
10 
09 
S8 
S2 
SS 
S2 
S3 
62 
S2 
52 
87 
IS 
IS 
IS 
39 
IS 
27 
6 
89 
34 
27 
17 
S9 
89 
39 
39 
17 



9 SSW 13 

4 14B 16 

89 30W 63 

118 608 S8 



1 

S3 
40 



Jummu 
Juninah, River 
Juinnotri 
Juncal alto. 
Juneal, Pto 



.to „!■ 

Map. 



12 45N 
.25 2»N 
.31 2N 
26 288 
26 16s 



67 45N 
'MMM.34 5n 



Junesuvando „^^ 35n 

Junesuvnd 

Junduk...^ 

Jung's Heiid.........,55 .'>n 

Jungbunzl»w......>5n 24n 

Jungeeii..,..,........25 5(iN 

Junget ...............50 40N 

Jungfrau ,.,^^(i 3-2s 

Junduk ...^.................,34 5N 

Junean ^.,„„^^\i-2 !6n 
Juneh .MM»M.M.....~;i'{ 5As 

Jungoen_ ................25 S/n 



Jungle Pt. ^........21 25N 

Junglebarry ...M.....24 31 n 

Jungooluk ..........32 34N 

II 178 

7 6«N 
3 41 IN 

28 45N 
.42 25N 

.27 :mn 

40N 



I P*»*#*<W<»*i 



Junin .. 

Junkceylon Isle 
Junkershof 
Junonia 
Junuuera 
Jupha 
Jupille 

i Jura, Depart 
ment of ^..........46 47n 

Jura, Isle ^.....^.....W IN 

Jura, Mts. of .......46 30n 

Jura, Sound of „Mi On 
Juni.nisi ...............ra 25n 

Jurby Pt. 
Jurien B. 
Jurjeni 
Jurruk ~.,... 
Juru.i, River 
Juruena, River 
Jurumtinha 



23N 
to 279 

46 37N 
.25 AN 
2 4(18 
II 408 
~.38 46N 
Juruparitapera R. 4 Ss 
Juruti........,...^...,.. 3 228 

Jushpoor ..........».22 UN 

Jusrowta ......^.....32 22n 

Justiniana »».~.~_42 13n 
Justedal ..^.^„^%\ 37n 
Jutay, or Hvutay, 

2 478 
44 3N 



River 
Jutcice 
Juterbock, or 
Juterbogkt 
i Jutland . 
Jutphaas . 
Jution 
Juravum ...~...~«..47 A.'Sn 
Juvun ................. 1 1(18 

Juxta ....W...........55 I'N 

JUZaR .............^..ij? v/N 



51 58N 
~.A6 33N 
~.52 2N 

SO 21N 



Jwala-mukhi ......J2 ON 

Jweme Courtney 50 64N 
JyhoonR............S7 6n 

Jykilllsle 31 4n 

Jyntiahpou r .......».. 2 5 9n 

Jypoor ....^.,.......^36 S8N 

X Jypoor mm~~mJ87 on 



K 



.11 on 



1 Kaabaii »..».«.. . 
Kaabas Mounts. ~ 29 
Kaabis Kraal ....^:. 8s 
Kaarup ...~M>M.~~JIO 46n 
Kaarup A? ISN 

Kaastrup .....^......87 8n 

KHft V lffrrfCfrr-" i -r""" '° 0"I^ 

Kaba 47 21 n 

^1 2SN 



Kabadi ..~~ 
Kabakos, B. See 

the Bosphorus ~. 
Knbakum ...».....~39 7'' 
i Kabasdah w~...4a SON 
Kabash, Ql. ......^..26 34N 

Kabbnl .......'^ IOn 

Kabbo, C. . 38 IIN 

Kabeltouw ......... 3 2 54s 

ICaber f i4 SON 

xwauia, Kt ......,..».w5 1 je4" 



Kabna 

Kaboh 

Kabota 

Kubrova 

Kabuklee 

Kabusuma 

Kachakow I 

Kaoliao 

Kachin 



48 UN 
26 40N 
.39 .'18N 
43 83N 
.:)9 2aN 
.......39 S4N 

47 H8 

1 SN 

67 2.W 

N 




75 I OB 

81 4«R 
78 12B 
(!9 46w 
70 88W 
22 16B 
22 16B 
65 2B 
12 lOB 
14 5;<R 
69 44B 
9 5B 

7 5»B 

&.% 4K 

86 3IR 
;)5 37k 

59 4.5B 
88 5.'>W 
90 84B 

60 SB 
75 42W 
98 26b 
18 SB 
17 5SW 

3 83B 
86 SOB 

8 38B 



39- 
39 
39 
53 
53 
26 
26 
30 
25 
23 
38 
25 
17 

39 
37 
38 
50 
39 
38 
82 
40 
84 
68 
iM) 
39 
19 



6 44B 15 
6 62\v 10 

6 OK 17,88 
8 45W 10 

24 lOK 
4 34W 
115 LIB 
¥7 I SB 
68 35R 
66 5w 
88 SAW 

7 6w 
6» 40W 
66 ISW 
84 SB 
7S IIB 
22 65b 

7 SB 



33 
7 
87 
33 
39 
82 
54 
SO 
63 
84 
39 
39 
59 
£6 



67 6W 
18 14B 



83 
33 



IS 6B 21,24 

9 SOB 25 

8 4b 
71 8B 
13 OB 
69 4()W 

3 28W 
68 40B 
76 20B 

2 IIW 
36 OB 
81 SOW 
9i 4 b 
78 20R 
78 SOB 



18 
39 
88 
S3 
10 
88 
39 
8 
36 
48 
39 
39 



m 



49 lOB 
19 SOB 
24 SB 

8 SOB 

9 411 

8 4iB 

9 42B 
8 4SB 

18 6B 
21 13B 
30S8B 



27 OB 

46 OB 

33 4SB 

72 88B 

80 81B 

21 OB 

2 WW 

84 18B 

I8 29B 

70 62B 

140 40B 

25 23B 

62 57b 

33 48B 

167 4B 

105 46R 

37 28B 

37 ftOR 



38 
41-1 
44 
25 
88 
2S 
28 
88 
27 
83 
43 

33 
36 
28 
43 
39 
34 
44 1 
7 
34 
23 
S9 
88 
83 
38 
36 
87 
40 

27 

iifa 



N tMKS. 



Lat. 



KaiKkiiia, Gulf . .<':9 20N 

Knitaia ....... 35 lis 

i Koitaia ...... 36 Os 

KiiitcliOO«..w ^..40 20.N 

Kaitoiii, River ...,67 36n 
Kaiyajik .....^......JO 4«N 

Kaji^Uhro ...... 43 85n 

Knjeiii8k .....w 60 6N 

Kijgliut .......,..,..,30 25n 

Kajouiilwang .......47 45n 



K^ijska 

Kaka 

Kaka 

Kakain 

Kakalova 

Kakapuni 

Kaka^Bu 



A 30N 

26 26N 

29 ION 

.w44 IIN 

~_62 80n 

..^9 318 



Kakliovka.............46 40n 

Kakinda, N. ...^i 47n 

Kakir ,-,, ,, ...Ttt ion 

Kakissagan River 49 4lN 
Kako Bialesi ^.....38 15n 

Kakon ...........32 28n 

Kakul - -■ jjj JJ L.. J4 19n 
Kakundy .,........^11 8Sn 

Kakunjeva ..........48 29n 

Kala ».........41 45N 

Kala Ahmed 

Bagh ................eg 81N 

Kalaat ......^........SS 88n 

Kalaat. el Hossn 34 44n 
Kalaat Seidjar ....35 9n 

Kalabagb ............33 8N 

Kiilabon, or Gaii- 

bon Pt. .........^..28 12n 

Kalabsheh ..........23 86n 

Kalaco ................ 9 98 

Kalafat ............... 4 3 87n 

Kftlafun ............^34 55N 

Kalagria, or 

GuTgrad Cape m.43 22n 
Kalah Zohak .^.^..37 ISn 
Kalalcka ..............64 15n 

Kalaijik.................40 6n 

Kalalav8k..„.„.....45 S8N 

Kalalla, N. Gl. ...29 8n 

Kalamaki, B. of S7 63n 
Kalaraas, River ....;« 32n 

KalamatiBiGulf ofS6 SON 

Ka'amo 38 16n 

Kalaino Islc.~..........38 37n 

Kalamoun..,..........88 24n 

Kalantcliak .........46 17n 

Kalaous, River ...,48 61 N 
Kalapha Fishery 37 SIn 
Kalaratch.....,...»..47 21 N 

Kalat C. .. 25 84N 

Kalat Cape ^.^....28 24n 

Kalatoa, Isle......... 7 82s 

Kalau ^..,.............51 4lN 

Kalavrito .............38 IN 

Kahiwawa.............l3 40n 

Kalawawa ......^.13 22n 

Kalcha ~........ .T8 3.5N 

6N 

'8 2UN 

38 12N 

18N 

56 14N 

e6 47N 

40N 

29 85N 

7 ION 

6 46N 

8N 

,29 15N 

48 SON 

5 ON 



Kalee R.. 
Kalee, River, 
Kalenti 
Kalentzi. 
Kale vug Buy. 
Kalgalakchu. 
KaHiat 
Kuliiib R.. 
Kalian. 
Kalibia 
Kalid Buhr 
Kalil. Gl.... 

Kalimekova, 
Kalinga Isle 
KBlinno.................S7 ON 

Kalingalungaguy 

Kalinsk ...............88 IHN 

Kalioncyik Cape~.4l 26n 

Kttlitgu........,......,37 4«N 

Kalitva~~~~.~~~80 ION 
Kalix ..^.^.........^.65 SIN 

Katix. River 68 4M 

Kalkali 

Kalla 

Kullabagn..., 
Kallaiidere . 
Kallapahune. 
Kallaphonia M. ...37 6«)N 

Kallas Berane~.....86 35N 

Kalleboe, Hound...8S 37n 
Kallerup .............66 86n 

Knilemasco ....^..,42 son 

Kalleryd ^ .'.7 26n 

Kalllannee...~.....,I9 I3N 



43 47N 

m 2;w 

...... 6 7 Bn 

......33 ION 

,....~.4I 84N 

6.')5N 



'-'"'•• Ma» 



35 
87 
f>7 
.15 
'iC, 
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.33 
27 
a') 
46 
27 
38 
.39 
33 
27 
57 
.38 
28 
23 
38 
46 
34 

•Jd 

38 
48 
23 
35 



67 (ts 
17.3 I3K 
17s lOE 
122 3(iB 

81 4g 
29 SB 
26 .')HK 
81 SifB 
77 35B 
72 7w 

38 2iB 

68 OB 
a3 IIB 
18 8B 
37 5B 

174 3B 

49 52B 

33 28b 

80 38B 
65 lOB 

72 8w 

23 40R 

35 IB 
10 46b 
14 OW 

17 8b 

62 Ob 

71 40B 
37 fi6B 

36 2.'>B 
36 45B 
71 S6B 

34 .35B 

32 45B 
126 IlR 

22 58r 
76 I5B 

28 29B 
47 6B 

24 Ob 

33 S!lB 
41 IB 

32 15b 

23 5B 
20 8b 
28 6R 
23 81 B 
20 e.'iE 
2.J 6b 

33 I.4B 
43 aOB 

81 37b 
28 S2B 
89 SB 

ta SB 

121 37b 

13 88B 

28 6e 

6 48B 

6 40B 

63 38a 
84 QB 
80S8B 

83 55B 

84 8B 

10 24B 

34 40B 

50 18B 

86 2B 
101 SUB 

11 SB 

26 22B 
31 SOB 
81 65B 

188 33B 

27 4a 

146 40a 

87 85B 
S8 87I 

18 8B 
81 27B 

39 SBB 
83 8B 
23 8B 
23 8B 
13 lUB 

17 OB 
71 36B 
81 19B 
81 SB 
81 47a 
81 23B 

73 17a 

18 SOB 
8 36a 

86 low 
13 40B 
73 I OB 



38 
36 
86 
36 
38 

4n 
43 
40 
33 
39 

S3 
36 
27 
86 
88 
43 
34 
S3 
34 
34 
34 
43 
20 
28 
84 
£8 
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38 
40 
84 
34 
49 
43 
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39 
34 
34 
85 
27 
38 
39 
40 
44 
33 
43 
38 
40 
36 

66 

87 

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26 
26 
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39 
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39 
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38 
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30 

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llulton, Mid. 


.53 .1.1V 


2 2I)W' 


7 


IIulwiid^~«~ 


33 6S 


71 IHB 


3!i 


nuinnq:ii!ic:i ^ 


-22 ms 


64 48\V 


53 


HtiiniipuUniir 


-23 23M 


84 2(>B 


3» 


Hiiniber Rivoi 


— Xi 3riM 


3\V 


7 


IIuinbio.»..~«» 


,W ."iH* 


2 52W 


10 


Humbledon ^ 


.5(1 *iM 


1 6\V 


8 


(Tuinbletoii ~. 


55 34 V 


3 AW 


7 


Hiimbrin, T. <!« .~17 lOf* 


6 52w 


30 


Iluine~.~> '.") MS 


3 30»V 


10 


Itumeerpoor^. 


2(1 OV 


80 4R 


.19 


Hiimal J>i OM 


() Mb 


18 


IIiinila~~.^~. 


^^7 ftOM 


13 24 B 


26 


HuiiirnHin, Je 


bul •«) lOv 


.32 51tB 37,43 


Iliiiinii'in ^^, 


3!» 47»f 


a5 34B 


37 


Hiiiii!n.itli ,^ 


32 47W 


35 34B 


87 


Huiiiminje Land ~r>l 42w 


11 llR 


25 


lluniiTinr)< Mount 3.1 408 


13H aOK 


41 


IIiiininocl(8 I. 


40.109 


147 <>0B 


37 


Iluininui-gliiir 


2.^ IS 


71 45B 


39 


Humoon ,.,^ 


^31 I'lM 


61 42b 


;»8 


ITiimorn 


47 3.5V 


'25 4Kb 


23 


ITuraglmiigli ^^,^S 3s 


2 8W 


7 


ITiina Inn ^^.^^ 


^~^S 37 V 


3 SW 


9 


[IiiTida .^^^ 


»<^#»^i»»5o J 1 ^ 


2 68W 


9 


Hiindertliwiite .M 3')N 


2 aw 


7 


TTundertip.— ^ 


— .55 ms 


8 41B 


25 


ITnnd»hoved~. 


.~.^55 57?' 


9 20B 


25 


Itiiiidy -^^^ 


,~,«,I4 4IN 


77 38B 


31> 


fl.|p.feld 


.50 40W 


9 C2B 


22 


IIiniLiii ,^^^ 


^1.5 1!)V 


1 37W 


44 


t Hungary^, 


47 22N 


20 25B 


-23 


tliir.Ken ,^^^ 


50 26N 


8 53B 


ii2 


Ilungerford ^ 


51 2.'iw 


1 31\V 


U 


lliingoo ~-^ 


33 «W 


71 16B 


38 


llntiRry Hill^ 


51 41V 


9 4C\V 


13 


Utiiitf-ycn-Kiatig 2.1 20W 


107 35E 


65 


ITiiniiigen ^,~-^,.«,47 35m 


7 28B 


15 


Iliinisli, Pt. ~ 


.57 41V 


«22W 


9 


Hiinjnn <^ — ^-.^13 SGn 


51 48B 


38 


1 (uniuanby^~,.,^5 1 1 1 'V 


20W 


7 


Ifiinne...^'.^^ 


^ 57 lOV 


.19K 


lis 


iliinnctorp ~> 


^ 57 15V 


9 38B 


25 


HunHdon -~., 


51 48N 


2R 


8 


Hunalinngen^ 


50 27N 


7 51K 


22 


Hunshelf ~.~ 


., 53 30V 


1 .Tfiw 


7 


Iliinsliiilt ^^ 


57 42V 


14 17R 


26 


Iliinsingora » 


53 58V 


1 22\V 


7 


Hunslet «.>~> 


,^1 46v 


1 3MV 


7 


ITiinsonby ^. 


U 43V 


2 40W 


7 


FIiin>tanton 








Lioflit IIo. . 


52 58V 


3IB 


7 


Iliinteburg .~, 


.52 2(iv 


8 IfiB 


21 


t Hunter ^^ 


32 .5.13 


l.'iO 40B 


56 


1 1 miter Bay ^ 


46 2ifv 


63 20W 


40 


Hunter Port. 


See 






Norfolk I. 


32 538 


151 SOB 


SO 


ITuntar, River W <« 


151 12K 41,56 


Hunter's Islnndg^4<) 3.'is 


143 OR 41,57 


Hunter's Isle 


22 209 


172 55B 


41 


Himterstown 


55 4.-.V 


4 B»m 


10 


Hunting Quarter 3fi »in 


77 23W 


48 


Huntingdon . 


„„52 21V 


12W 


8 


» Iluntingdonsliirefti 2JN 


12\V 


8 


Huntingdon 








(Pennsylvania) 40 30n 


78 ow 


47 



,^48 50V 
of 



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fluntingtoncr 
Huntlaw 
Huntley . 
Huntley^.- ~» 
Huntley Cii. 
Huntley Cas. 
Huntley-foot 
Hiinton ^ 
Huntsham 
Huntspill 
Huntsville 
Huntsville, 
Huon, R. 
Huonchullanii 
Hupsu 
Hupy 
Hura I 
Hurd, Cape. 
Hurd, Cape 
Hurdali ~.. 
Hurdanlinlly 
Hurdsfield 
Ilurdsfluld 
tfurdwnr 
Huron Inles 
Huron Lake 
Huron Tract 
Hurrandaug ■ 
llurrar 
Hurrund 
Hurrur 
Ilurryal 
Hurrye 
Hurmnie 
Hursley 
Hurst ^ 
Hurat, Old 
Hurst, Pt. 
Hurstpierpoint 
Biirvoob ~~~ 







9 26V 

-29 27V 

.~ 9 -Wv 

w24 2.'V 

22 35V 

,25 65V 

~J>1 Iv 

61 27V 

-52 23V 

.50 43V 

.50 56v 

.33 38V 



3 SOW 

4 Mw 
2 24\V 

2 4!)W 

3 K\v 

2 4!I\V 
<• 47w 

27K 

3 25W 
2 SOW 

86 4(IW 

88 37W 
147 SB 

72 OW 
7!) 20B 

1 46B 
6 38W 

81 51w 

78 4.»w 
77 IB 

OB 

6W 

»R 

7" 

0>V 
Ow 
3(/W 
83 .'iSB 
42 24B 
70 5E 
42 30B 

89 27B 

79 IIB 
711 42B 

1 24W 
SOW 

6W 

1 31W 
llw 

69 621 



10 

10 

8 

9 

10 

9 

7 

8 

8 

8 

48 

48 

57 

61 

39 

16 

9 

46 

45 

39 

39 

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24 

3.1 

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47 

46 

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42 

39 

42 

39 

39 

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8 

8 

8 

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iTjgris 
Hygris, ri. 
Heiaf. See I't. 

Aden 

Hykeliani, N 53 lOv 

Hykulzyo 30 25v 

llyllekrog. Isle ~.64 36v 
Ilyllestad ^,.,^,^tl 4v 
Hyllis Pen. ,-,~.„42 58v 
Hyloo~,~,~~~~.~JS2 37V 
Hymettus Mount .17 58v 
Ilyndford Br. and 

Inn ^^ 55 39v 

Hyne «. 54 6v 

HynisI) ~.^^ 56 20v 

Ilypaepa ,.,^,,,^18 8v 

Hypnta «..,», .18 61 v 

ITypanis Fl 49 Ov 

HypanisR. 45 OV 

Hyperborael, or 

Riphsei M. .58 30v 

Hypfiasis Rivcr,~~30 .50v 

Hypliasis Fl. ,^ .10 .Ktv 

Hypiaughuliy, R.^IO S2s 
HypReleM«^'~~.'~.27 9v 
Hypsill -,«^.-.~^l7 25V 
Ilyra .,,,^^^^,^ Sv 
t Hyrciinia ^.^.^36 40n 
Hvrcanlaii Soa — 42 .lOv 



■snr 

38 4(>B 



68 



Hyria 

llyskerljle 

Hysopis 

Ifvssus, 

Ilythe,, 

riytlTie 




40 32v 

7 .14V 
26 41 V 
40 58v 
51 SV 
.57 .14 V 



Flyucani, River .». 4 27s 
Ilyurulia, or 
Junm, River „. 8 408 



lablonovo ^^.,^7 23v 
lagiirnnte ~,~,~,^28 57v 
laKlicrderpoor^..,.l9 12v 
Iai?nevo ,~~,~,,,wt2 25v 
Iac;otin ..^»,^^^.50 Ks 
Inlningecrabad ,..^28 20v 
Inkimvara ,^^^JM 30v 

laliUiui 42 .54v 

lalta 46 S6v 

lanianp!ira~,~>~^.l8 .l.lv 
lamburg ..^^^^.51' 18v 
lamgitom ^,...,,.....^19 Sv 

lamote llojn ^26 20v 

lampol .,......^^48 14v 

40 Ms 

,11 4«!v 

42 2KV 

.«^1 19V 

.56 13V 

^...^R 29V 

~,«^2(! 4(iv 

,19 47 V 

39 47 V 

.^ 61 5?v 

— 46 20v 

21 88 

54 97V 
^.5.1 52 V 

,,.r>7 5v 
^,.13 I8V 

~-6l 48V 
>~.57 40V 
~^'.7 52V 
^^Vt 52V 
—43 2.^V 
.—17 «v 
—55 44 V 
.^24 ;«v 

47 ov 

. 4 25V 
44 41V 
43 24 V 

84V 
,52 18V 
42 1!»V 
54 2(IV 
.:« 21 V 
,•« 18V 

ttJ 35V 

1 35V 

48 OV 
—41 26 V 

3 468 

—38 36V 
S9 8.58 



lampol 
lana 
lanboli 
lanjj^liirot 
lanicliki 
laniclmt 
laniokpoor ,^ 
lanina — — 
I.ininii, Luke 
lanisia 
lunknvncz 
lanocote-s,.,— .,., 
lanolouk 
lantcliDurino ^ 
laransk — ^, — 
i larconnauglit 
lari'nsk — ~>« 
laroslava ~>~,. 
t laroslavl >.— , 
larymovo — .. 
latrus R.>— . 
launumpett .— . 
lavgliildina ~.> 

I bad I 

IbURUC 

Ibiinciit 
Ibar, River ^ 
Iltiri-a — ~~ 
I')lK:nbuliren^ 
Ibciis ,^,^„^^ 
Ibeiti, Lakc~ 
Ihclel Mawil. 
Ibel el Kainh 
Ibcr Oliieul 
t Iberi 
Ibenw Fl. 
Ibi^rus R 
Ibeuin ... 
Iblianibarnas 

Ibi 

Ibieuy River 

Ibleaui or liilenm 32 37n 





42 


.16W 


7 


66 38B 


.18 


II .KIB 


25 


7 .TOR 


26 


17 2SB 


69 


4 4?K 


18 


23 4UB 


34 


3 44W 


10 


2 4mv 


7 


6 56W 


10 


27 62B 


69 


22 I OR 


34 


21 30R 


68 


.18 aOB 


69 


69 OB 


68 


74 20E 


.19 


74 OR 


68 


65 35W 


54 


31 16B 


6t» 


22 68B 


.14 


25 17B 


34 


.5t 23B 


69 


60 CR 


59 


17 4.5B 


59 


7 40W 


9 


31 SOB 


59 


40 2B 


59 


1 SB 


8 


1 69W 


9 


62 51W 


62 



66 5w 52 



Ibou 



#<^#»»|#»#»»<^»<W<I» 



6 6V 



Ibrahim liannua 

Fort —96 24 V 

Ibrahim Klianchi 35 17v 
Ibrahim Nahr lU 3v 



.10 56B 
81 12B 
89 .148 

21 29B 
31 43B 
78 SB 
30 LIB 

22 2IR 
37 3B 

73 24B 

23 44 B 

74 35 R 
(i7 8R 
28 .KIR 
26 14R 
70 35R 

22 17B 
47 3(IB 

23 4.1 B 
4 46W 

85 66B 

20 SOB 

21 IB 
25 7b 

19 26R 

69 42w 
67 2!»B 
49 318 
47 5!IR 

9 IHW 
49 17B 
40 08 
39 49 

43 9B 

23 .1(18 
78 208 
56 I4B 

74 508 
8 .188 

75 21 1 W 

24 21 R 

20 45R 
78 20w 

7 3HB 
3 31 W 

70 408 
3,> .18B 
.15 .14 R 
30 438 

44 3IIB 
1 SOW 

44 301 
30 42B 

66 .54W 
.15w 

67 OW 
35 12B 

6 37B 



27 
39 
Xi 

ai 

28 
39 
27 
33 
28 
.19 
27 

ao 

.18 
28 
28 
3!« 

ai 

28 
27 
15 
39 
.13 
33 
27 
23 
.53 
27 
27 
27 
13 
27 
27 
27 
27 
69 
.1<l 
27 
.19 
17 
62 
Xi 

.-a 

62 
31 
30 
35 
■37 
37 
36 
69 
6R 
69 
69 
64 
29 
64 
37 
43 



levluuicliina ...,^—6.1 3v 

Ifne, M. do .18 38v 

IHeld— — 61 7N 

Igal 46 32V 

Igaronos _.««— 22 32s 

Igen 64 .59V 

Igenoc, Isle —.—71 6v 

Ighafer .58 .12v 

Ighlflold 52 57V 

Iglithanv.,~~«.A...., 5 1 17v 
Tgiliuui ...M~».M~>— 42 32v 

Iglau 49 23V 

Iglau, River 48 55 v 

Ii(lesiafcyla ...^—43 29V 
Igleslas — — .— a<) 21 V 

IgHaco R .17 54V 

Iglo 48 51 N 

IgnacioS.— ^— 14 13s 
Ignacio S. —22 268 
Ignacio S. —.—..,23 208 
Ignaeio 8.— —25 148 
Ignacio S.— — 27 88 
Ignatpol „„.,.»,..»»,51 !4v 

Igney — 48 17v 

Igouincn —.—.53 4(iv 
Igual:ida 41 36v 



26 40V 

.24 44s 
.,.24 4l)s 
>,25 Sfis 
,,,43 22V 
.,,,10 2tiv 

21 GOV 
—83 19V 
—31 lOv 

31 .59V 

.~52 41 V 

.„63 .K!v 

>,29 17v 

ligni — 25 44V 



Iguana 

Iguape 

Iguape Rivvr 

Iguazu . 

Iguviiun 

Iliitokc,^. 

IhodepiMX' 

Ilioonjoowarrii,. 

I bung.——,. 

libia 

Ibslock ^ 

lidcnsalmi 

lii^anool 



Iikti!il ,„ 
lilfnillee— ,...,- 
liinxu,.— ..— ,. 
linderwala .„ 
linjincallali „ 

lion 

fish el . 



,18 SOV 
.—23 28V 

31 65V 

32 8N 

26 15V 

jn 18V 
.,.13 IV 



lisr lienat Yakub .^1 2v 
Ijeniska— „, — ~64 31 v 
Ijiina, Kiver — .UU ,1v 

Ijo 65 lOv 

1 kalis 61 41V 

Iknrma, Isle 48 .'lOV 

Ikiisf 56 HV 

Ike Naniitor Nor 34 ISV 
Ike-nuni{ana L— .10 I5v 

Ikervar 47 1 1 v 

Ikham 51 17v 

Ikournngie Mt. — ,17 .''78 

Iksiit ,12 41 V 

,53 3V 
. 3 298 

46 4CV 
16 3.'i8 
.51 Ov 
,.W 2J)V 

19 4.IV 

47 7V 
—51 .14V 
~_51 .12 V 
—51 I3N 
._13 3.'»v 

14 .518 
.,— 62 I7N 

60 OV 

64 40v 

4.18 

.47 24 V 
39 58V 



(U 08 38 
45 26R 36, 38 
35 39B 37 



II Horst 
Ilaguntes 
Ilanz — „ 
Ilav, Points 
llciii'ster,,,. 
lldorton ,— , 

Ildiz 

Ilek River 

Ilford 

Ilford L 

Ilfraconibe ... 
Ilhas—— ~, 
Ilheos, River 
Ilicha, River 
Ilima, Lake~~ 
Ilimpciskata,.,,. 

Ilinica 

Ilinkii 

Iliinn Novum 

Illii'o de Hta. 

Catarina —31 41 v 
Ilko.in hie ~— 52 Hv 
Ilkeston — ~— .'>2 58v 

IlketHliall .52 85v 

Ilk ley 53 6Sv 

Illaliubad — .12 .56v 

Illunogii ——45 Iflv 

Illapel —31 1,58 

Illnsi 45 29v 

Illawarra L— .14 .lis 

I lie — ^ 42 41 V 

Hie and Vilnitie, 

Department of— 48 lOV 

Iller River 48 22v 

Ulerai — 40 I9v 

IllCBca >——— — 40 9v 

Illgau ——46 6!lv 
IllimanI, Na. d' — 17 128 
± Illinois.— 40 Ov 
Illinoii River —38 5ilv 
Illkirohen —48 .I2v 
monk ««^4««#««MM>Mw«MtfiMi7 24 ^f 
Illye~..,....„........,..45 67v 

i Illvrta..— 46 16v 
lllyrlan Islei— — 44 On 



70 
11 
1,50 
2 3(1 



IS 



: 



rliina KJ 3" 



I. do 




.18 38N 

.22 3?8 
.54 .WN 
.71 BV 
,5n 32V 
>52 57N 
51 17N 



,«.^~-49 23N 
.4(1 65» 
.43 2nM 
,») 21 M 
„37 54W 
.48 SIN 

„ _ .14 133 

o 8 22 268 

S. ^.-.^..^^^ 208 

.27 88 

14N 

.,^& VJS 

..53 4(!» 

41 3CN 

,26 40V 
,24 44s 
,24 4lis 
'W 5fls 
.43 22i« 
;W 21 iM 
.21 «iw 
.23 l!W 
,31 ION 

:n\ ftDN 

Jbi 41 N 
,^63 ;«iN 
.20 I7N 
.2.'> 44N 
18 fiON 
.23 25N 
;M SAN 
.32 BN 
.26 l.-iN 
J3 18N 

,33 IN 

llenat Yakiib 33 2n 

iska fA 31 w 

a, Hiver ~.-.— 05 3n 

65 ION 

is 61 4.1N 

mil, Islo 4B WIN 

.„JS6 UN 

Nainiior Nor 34 15N 
oiin!;ana L — 30 l.'iN 

•viir 47 1 1 N 

im 51 17N 

umngie Mt. ~^37 ''78 

III 32 41 N 

,"52 3N 

.^. 3 208 
.,^46 4CN 
.-.16 S.W 

.M On 

.:^ 2}»w 
.:K) 4.'In 
.47 7N 
^51 34N 
«_ftl 32N 
.^,51 I.1N 
^\h 3.>N 
,,-,14 ft:t8 
.~Ji2 17N 




lorst ,-, 
ruates ^ 
\z ,^^^ 
!, Points 
K'stcr --^ 
.■rton ^.^^ 

i Hlver,-,-, 

ird 

)r(l L 

aconibe -. 

eon. River 
!lia, Hivcr 

na, Lake ~60 on 

npciskata-~~-.~04 40N 
lica -~^~,,. 

III! Novum 
I'o de Sta. 
L'utnriiia ^ 
o:in liile ~ 
lest on ,.>~-,. 

letximll ~,~. 

;lev ^^^M 55N 

iliiibad 32 56N 

inosii 4.'> ION 

ttpel ,~31 158 

Its! „ 45 29N 

nwarru I.i.,..-^~,.'U :tlH 

i! -~~. 42 41N 

Pimrl Viliiiiip, 
Dcparlment or~-48 Ion 

er River 48 22n 

orai~.~,-~ 40 ION 

C8ca .^,-^^-..,.-.-40 ON 

i;au .,~~,.>~ 46 B!»N 

imani, Na. d' ,^17 K's 
tlliiiois.»,......,^40 On 

inoii River ...^M AilN 
kirchen .,....,.-.»..^4n 32n 

ye,.......»...,.^-.,45 57 N 

Illyrla ~~».>^»>4fl ION 
yrlan l«le»>.«>.....44 on 



56 I2B 
as 

1.1W 
17 58B 
60 5nv 

9 52R 
24 OB 
26 44 B 

2 4IW 

1.'>B 
10 58B 

15 31B 

16 36K 

7 68W 

8 27B 
21 23B 
20 SOB 
65 Kw 
63 4IW 
63 35W 
63 31W 
65 SOW 
28 32B 

6 ^^48 
28 25B 

1 2HK 
09 40W 
47 WW 
47 14W 
54 45W 
12 32B 
74 55B 

70 15« 

71 43R 

72 31B 
35 13K 

1 23W 
87 I2B 

01 35R 

70 22B 
78 .'571! 
H2 ftOis 

34 57B 

71 MB 
70 47 B 
ai 34 B 

35 27B 
3H 30K 
53 44R 
52 S.'iB 
25 2KK 
23 Ok 

154 30B 

4b 
R4 30 B 
86 4.')B 
16 SIB 

1 llB 
178 l.SB 

35 21 B 

6 20R 

73 25W 

IIB 
72 46Hr 

2 40W 

1 aow 

28 l!)R 
25 Ok 







4 

38 



4B 
4R 
6W 
4r 



. 4.38 
„47 24 N 
-39 5HN 

,31 41 N 
.52 KN 
■:,2 5IIN 
.52 25N 



311 50vv 
56 17b 
153 flow 
100 MK 
78 68W 
42 5.^R 
26 15B 



27 

20 
8 

23 

53 

25 

26 

27 
/ 
S 

69 

63 

23 

30 

32 

34 

23 

63 

&3 

63 

63 

63 

28 

16 

28 

29 

49 

54 

S4 

54 

59 

39 
39 
39 
39 
37 
8 
27 
39 
39 
39 
39 
37 
39 
39 
37 
.'17 
37 
27 
27 
27 
27 
35 
25 
39 
39 
23 
8 
57 
37 
18 
62 
17 
52 
8 
7 
36 
28 
8 
8 
8 
36 
54 
«7 
45 
35 
52 

L'8 

59 



inciigray^^— '-.'"•"' •' '" 
Incliiqiiin Mt.-. ~^">2 bs 
Inclikeniiy ~.~«~~51 SIN 
Incliluggoii ,„„-..,~57 UN 
Inchney...>~»~»>.~57 42N 
InclimHrla.~.---~.~>S7 5n 
Inclirory ,^,.^,^,^7 ION 
Incliture — — ~>...^ 27N 
Inoliygeelagli ~,-~51 51 n 
Incisa »«.~.«.~»~~43 40N 

Indal 6? 13N 

Iiidal, lliver 62 28n 

Indupoor .m.— .m«.^I8 5n 

Indchigis 41 Ion 

Indun ..„.~.M>~~>M»r46 23N 

Inderabia Isle 26 43n 

Inderal <.-«.~.>.~..,.,3S .')6n 
Inderaub ^^^,,Jl'> 41 n 
1 India».»,,>»>'»>>««x»30 On 
% India £xtra 
Oangem..-~ 
t India Intra 

Gangeni 24 ON 

India-iiiorta .^„~>~,.T< ISs 
Indian ...~~.-~~-~30 15N 

Indian .^..^ ^^,33 51 n 

Indian Head "5 5a 

Indian Ocean 10 Os 

Indian Post. 010,^8 45N 
Indian R. Inlet ^27 32N 
* Indian Territory 
(Upper Canada) 44 IOn 

Indian, V Xi 42n 

1 Indiana .~~~-<~~40 <'n 
Indiana (I'lnn- 

•ylvania) 40 41n 

Indianapolis 39 4,'tN 

Indiciu Ucenniis .., 1 ON 
Indilirka, River -.70 45N 

Indios Pblo. 6 18N 

Indie C 42 IIM 

Indje Carasu, R — 40 32n 
Indjoi-Kioy. 5t'« 
the |{Oi>iihonis -M 

t Indo-Scvtliia 26 ON 

Indoina, Itiver-^-^O 20n 

Indoor 22 42n 

Indore~~..^~-~-l8 48n 

Indos,..,,^ ^...,.^23 6N 

Indraniayii,..,.,,..^,-, 6 .308 
liidnipunu~.~,,~~, I .'I'-s 

Indro, River 47 I7N 

i Indre, IK-pirt- 

nient of «~„..~,-~46 
i Indro and I.oiro, 
Dep:irtn)ent of„,47 I.3N 

Indiirffiirli —-'5 43n 

Indus Fl 24 t>N 

Indus River, 

Mouths of the ^23 4SN 
IneboliC ,.,-^2 On 



8 45W 

8 32W 
4 69W 
4 I6W 

2 37W 

3 24W 
3 8W 

9 6W 
II 27« 
17 llB 
17 «JK 

75 7" 
28 268 

7 37" 
53 44S 

69 36R 
69 22K 
68 OB 



13 

13 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

13 

31 

26 

26 

39 

33 

17 
38 
39 
38 
5!) 



,24 ON 95 0« 68 



77 OK M 

63 8W 64 

49 4ilB 38 

85 31W 48 

15) 28B 41 

70 OB 1 

75 62W 46 

8U 20W 48 



Invcrnnsdulo 
Inverarity-~, 
Inverary .>-~. 
Invemry -~. 
Tnvcniry Co-stle 
Inveiiiven 
Inveraw-^,. 
Invorbam -. 
Invercarron 
Inverciislio 
Invercoe »... 
InvcrerKan 



56 3<iN 

.~,56 14N 

„*I4 62S 

,^56 14N 

..,57 25N 

..-.'■.6 27M 

,.Ji7 ;»2N 

,-,67 53N 

r>7 AiiN 

.— _6(5 4<IN 

56 .34M 



5 .'»7w 

2 49W 
5 4W 

150 OB 

5 4W 

3 2ftW 

6 I2W 
5 42W 



16 4GW 

7 14W 

1 IHW 

1 27R 

I 48W 

56 41R 

21 2R 

70 .OSW 

II 12K 

l-M) .'>5r 

a 36K 

1 3!»W 
9 59b 
SB 

3 5JW 
8 44R 

68 22w 

89 Ow 

90 22W 
7 4SR 

4 12W 
S8 4i!H 

1^ '^K 

I. )K 



81 20W 46 
79 40W 48 
8«i OW 47 

79 I6w 47 
U6 5w 47 
7»' Ob " 
150 »0R 
67 4W 
36 ^>s 
22 37K 



58 
.33 
52 
36 
13 



Inveresliie-~~.~~~^7 7" 

Invcresk .. „ ..„ M 5.5W 

Inverew .-..i..—- .-— 57 48N 
Inverey — ~..-~— -~Ji6 .')9n 
Inverfavikaig <..— -.57 16N 
Inverganon -^-.—56 30n 
Invcrgnrry Inn —67 7n 
Invergelder -.— — -,.'>7 '-'N 
Invergowrie -.—- — -."VJ 27n 
Invergorden Ca8tle.57 43N 



4 

4 
5 
6 
3 
3 
6 



Invergtisam 

Inverlialien 

Inverhope 

Invericli 

Inverich. 

Inverinet 




.67 6N 
,65 56N 
bH 31 N 

:>7 «N 

.67 2N 
17 I5N 



43 

09 20B 68 

1.^3 5B 35 

75 42B 3!l 

76 I6B 39 
»7 40B .39 

108 20B 40 

101 I3B 40 

U 2lR 15 



47N 1 31 B 16 



4lR I."' 
76 I6K .T.» 
«7 .TOR 3'), 58 



Inee 

Ineik Perikiui 
Incnbvacli— 



53 17N 

.43 ;»N 

M 2IN 



Inenbeg ,————,— 55 24N 

Ines '26 198 

Infanta, Cape .34 .348 

Infantes .'HI 48v 

Infantes, Loit— .-.;)7 44N 
Inferno, do. River 18 408 

Inllesto 4:1 22N 

Ingalslia Isle—- — ,(i0 24N 
..■HI .V»N 
51 4lN 
A'J .H3N 
51 57N 
,48 4.''>N 
,54 «N 
.45 4IN 



42 

13 

7 

8 

7 

.38 

83 

63 

31 

66 

16 

15 
22 
33 
30 
17 
63 
47 
47 
15 
30 
33 
83 
6 



Ingancss II — 
Ingatstonc — 
Ingbricliwortli 
Ingen — . 
Ingena -. .. 
Ingcrthorpe 

t Ingistore „ 

ngleby AniclitTe— 54 24N 

,—27 58 

,—54 9n 

,—54 35N 

.41 78 

-.Mi .T6N 

._-i.1 IVN 

— V2 SIN 

— "iS 4HN 

55 SCn 

.47 2«N 
.49 IliN 
.52 ION 
_2;< '2H8 
_ll 41I8 
.,41 ON 

3U .3 IN 

.86 20N 

— 7 I'N 

.— 3 57 N 

.—.17 41 N 

.■Ml «IN 

M 4iN 

.32 IN 

21 5'iN 

,38 3!IN 



Ingles, Pto. 

Ingleton 

Ingletun. 

InglisR 

Ingliston — 

Ingoldinoll 

Ingoldsby 

Ingoll— ~. 

Ingram 

Ingninde 

IitKweiler 

InRuard Point. 
Inliiunbane— . 
Inliambupe 
Inldjc 
InicstH . 

Inimore 

Iniquiarl, River 
Inirlda, RIvrr - 
Inisbae — , — 
Inisll Caple . 
Inlsliannon . 
Initeel Khan 
Inlullec 
Injesi 




67 45B 
3:1 4KB 

2 6<iw 
27 OB 

6 49w 

5 .'lOW 
70 22W 
20 50R 

3 5w 

6 I8W 
55 .38W 

5 29w 

1 25W 

2 54W 

2lB 

1 4IW 

6 281 

1 .^^w 
1 3tiw 

23 :)ttB 

1 I'lW 
70 6»W 

2 2HW 
1 44W 

145 46B 

3 IW 
20k 

SOW 

3 43W 

1 58W 
(t .57W 

7 l!IB 
6 4!tW 

35 351 
38 low 

24 55K 
1 6lw 
6 OW 

65 low 
68 I6W 

4 xm 

5 .3»W 

8 ;i7w 
67 4HB 
88 OR 

36 4X 



.38 

36 

7 

33 

lU 

10 

53 
44.1 

30 

30 

51 

30 

10 
9 
8 
7 

18 

68 
7 

23 
7 

63 
7 
7 

67 

10 

7 
H 

7 
7 
15 
82 
13 
43 
54 

ai 

89 
10 
62 
62 
9 
10 
13 
38 
39 
36 



Inveriieilor 56 39N 

InverkeiUiing -— 66 2n 
Invcrkeithnio —57 .3iin 
Inverkinglasa — — Sfi 30n 
Inverlaidnin— — .,57 I7n 

Inverlaul Inn .'>7 4»n 

Inverleitlien— — 55 37 N 
Invcrloven ——.in 1 1 .v 
InviTJiver— — — .56 1;IN 
Inverlochy Castle 5«J 61 N 
Inveminrk ——.56 .'>5n 
Invermealy — 6<i 57N 
Invermien— — — .32 98 
Invurraore— — — -58 28N 
Invennore— — -—57 ON 
Invermorrison — .-.'>7 13n 
Invenialiaven —57 2n 

Invemeil an On 

t Inven)ess,Cuunty.57 On 

Inverness 57 2on 

Invemetty — — — .V 29n 
Invcmetty B — _57 !«'n 
III vurour —.———— .V) 26N 
Inverpally- — —58 7n 

Inverpeffry ,56 21 n 

liiverquliardy — .V> 43n 
Invcrsand — — -.Jifi 42n 
Inverscald— — — 56 4<iN 
Invershiel — .— 57 13n 

Invcrsliin — ——57 57n 

Inversnaid FoK — S6 1«N 
Inverugie ——.57 43n 
Inverugie Castle— 57 33n 
Inveriiglas— — .56 16n 
Invemry ——■57 17n 
Inverwick— 55 .'i^iN 
Investigation Isles .')4 .558 
Investigator (iroup.33 .5« 8 
Investigaror Str.— .35 2<)8 

Invrin Castle 53 14n 

Inworth —51 4!)n 

long de Cuenmn— 1 4(;r 
loateiro -...—— J) :i5n 



3 
3 
6 
3 
6 
3 
3 
6 
6 



6 
4 
4 
6 
4 
4 



lona Cathedr.il. 
lonagur— 
± Ionia — ,.-, 

Ionitz.t — .— - 

lonop.'lis — 

loorg — — 
lorn River — 
loroisi -. 
los, I.—, 
lose, S. -. 
Iotnp,-\ta 
I.iuklinov — 
luukstcev.sk 
louriev . 
louronia 
Ipanema ._ 
Ipnuea «— 

Ipeiik 

Ipojuca, River 

Ipplepen 

Ipnos 



„I7 2.-N 

„.T» ON 
,-.'17 ON 
„4I .5t)N 

-.32 »N 
,_40 S'.N 
-62 HN 

36 42N 

26 68 

Xi IN 
.—54 48N 
—59 4aN 
.56 25N 
,-65 8N 
—23 478 
—22 .-108 
—42 ■J3N 
— 8 808 

,■» 22N 



Ipe, River— ——48 llN 
Ipsttla— — — 41 3N 
Ipaambol—— — 21 SON 
Ipso —..,..,—..!» 42N 
Ipstonei— .— ^— 63 8n 
Ipswich ——52 ;iN 



Iquique Isle . 
Iquitoiu— — . 
1 Iraclionitis 
In«cuba 



,20 148 

—32 55N 

— .— — — . * ^*»»*^^^0*90^^ If \Xf^ 

Iraibl, River— .13 lOs 
% Iralinjenii ——34 On 



2fiw 
43W 

3w 
17w 
B2W 

.3^V 
.35W 

3 29w 

4 27W 
4 48W 
4 47W 
3 1(!W 

3 iw 

4 OW 
6 3RW 
6 iw 

4 35W 

5 29W 

6 36»V 
5 a6w 
2 30W 

83W 

3mv 
6w 

53W 
4W 
6w 

OW 
25W 
6W 
2 55W 

5 .5W 
150 54B 

4 I5W 
2!IW 
.13*V 
llw 
sow 
44W 

law 

1 48W 

1 47W 
4 50w 

6 I4W 
3 44W 

2 f>8W 
28W 
I7w 
2.IW 
40W 
.3«iw 
2<iW 
SOW 
40»v 
23W 
2HW 

134 30K 
l.-H I6R 
1:17 15R 
9 28W 
43B 
67 «W 
40 9W 
6 23w 
77 25R 
27 I5R 
23 liB 
.13 4HB 
61 46R 

46 SOB 
27 SOB 

25 20r 
63 28W 
35 30 K 
.^5 7R 
63 S6B 
39 nSB 
45 64R 

47 40vv 
42 l,5W 
20 ;{3R 
34 66W 

3 35W 
S3 I3B 
16 UB 

26 23R 
31 451 
19 60B 

I 58W 
1 7K 
70 26W 
73 46W 
.16 40b 
K\ 34W 
61 2W 
SO Ok 



6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
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10 
10 
6'i 
10 
9 
10 
9 
9 
9 
10 
10 
9 
10 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
10 
9 
10 
9 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
66 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
10 
10 
10 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
10 
9 
10 
41 
.56 
56 
13 
8 
53 
54 
10 
39 
59 
34 
69 
38 
28 
27 
.34 
63 
37 
27 
27 
37 
27 
54 
54 
33 
54 
8 
S3 
83 
33 
43 
34 
7 
8 
53 
62 
37 
54 
63 
38 



6.5 OR 

17 15K 

11 4!m 

IIB 



3 

7 
10 



I7B 

SB 



l<ciiiiii, Kivi'i" ii; 2.H ;i loiu 

tlscliini, steppe of .52 .-JON 

Iscina.— — — — 31 IOn 

Isef, G 55 51 N 

Iseghcin— ^— — 50 64 N 

Isenhcim 47 8«iN 

Iseo, Lake ——45 44N 

Iseon 29 23N 

Iseopolis 31 4N 

Iser Point .33 208 

Iser lliver— 5o !)n 

Iserable -».——— 46 9n 
Iseran MounUiin— 45 32N 
X Isert), Depnrt- 



3.-) 
.5<» 
'Ih 
19 
15 
.31 
S9 

Ift low 44-1 

14 4 IK 'J3 

iriB 17 

MB 31 



31 1.3k 
31 1.5K 



7 
7 



inent of 
Isemia ~ 
Iseum — . 
Isferjan — 
Islianabad — 
iHlii'kli — -..- 
Isliiga I.nlic - 
IsliiknKliiisy . 
Islikaslim — 
Islipee— 
Islitanova — 
Ishtrakh 
Isiatchino 
Isidore 
Isigny 
Icili - 
Isingen Isle 



,—45 16N 
.41 S;tN 
,97 IIN 
,31 40N 
.35 ON 

;)8 I6N 

45 40N 

;«; 8n 

36 42N 

,—35 3«N 
58 i;>N 
,— 3<> 42N 
.—51 27N 
,25 6N 
.49 20N 
.3;» 42N 
.-,.57 45N 



laionda 37 Sn 

Isis, R 41 SON 

Isknndei'Qii —,—33 llN 

iskeldrck .57 I In 

lAelib 40 4!)N 

Iskenderfin 36 36n 

Isker River 43 4.1N 



....54 41tN 
—.35 »s 
,—51 30n 
,—43 4(!N 
,—.58 <iN 
— .Vi 4itN 
.5.5 4(iN 
.-,.5.5 .^•.N 
—.'.5 .5;N 
-.4!i 21 N 
.—•50 .5:'N 



Iskil — — ■•IH il'N 

Isia, U rr, 32n 

Isia River Wi .«2n 

Islabiink — — — ~.'i6 .'{Tn 

Isladi 12 .37N 

Islamabad .!3 SON 

Islamabad, or 
Chittagong —22 SflN 

Islamnugger 23 2on 

Island Point 30 2.'.s 

Islandmiigee— 
Islands, liay of 

{Islacvoncs— „ 
slatz 

Islawick— — -„ 

Islay House 

Islav l!<land - 

May, Mull of - 

Islay, Sound of 

Isle 

Isle, HrewiT;! 

Isle, L'(VhiuI) -.46 .17 n 

Isle of Man .54 I">n 

.,47 ;>SN 
..52 ^-N 
„(;0 24 N 
.JtS 21iN 

."ii 2rN 

.5.' :MN 

25 5N 

4.5 23N 

31 2N 

;!7 47 N 

T, XxS 

4;i L'liN 

47 4:iN 

,.:0 Son 
.T9 4N 
44 .52N 
.44 UN 
41 4GN 
.60 :i.lN 
.3.' 42N 

t lipulian .13 SON 

Lpalianuk 32 ."WN 

44 21 N 
40 .?3N 
!4 3(iN 

.™ _50 41N 

Israel, Mts. of .32 ISN 

Issii 43 4N 

X I.<micl.nr-„ .33 .36N 

Isiukld 58 aiN 

liiiinaKivii 23N 

I^uHdon t!ivytl>ic:i— 41 On 
Isscdoii Scr:,'a —39 45N 

§ Is-scdoiics 42 .3<iN 

ls»cllif.r!.t 61 .56N 

Isseu River _4« l-'N 

lsser,0)-lsir River 48 47N 
Isscr River .'6 46n 



5 .3JE 
14 I4E 
31 I8E 
61 53E 
48 4.5R 

19 SHE 

HO OB 
64 44 R 
71 22E 

70 VB 
88 .30U 

71 .'lOB 
57 3tiB 

103 OW 

1 5W 
9 SB 

II 4.5b 
31 12E 
41 45B 

35 !IB 
4 low 

34 .^tlR 

36 I OK ; 

24 2i;ii 

33 32K 

2 .53w 

3 I7W 

3 CW 

24 I4r 
75 17R 



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isle Verte 
I^lellnlll — 
Islesbiirgli - 

Isleta 

Islewortli - 
Islip 
Islunipour >— 
Uniail — — 
Ismaili — — 
Isiiiil — — .— 
I.MiiilUiz — 
Isnebol — ,— — 

Isiii 

Isnik — — ~- 
Isola — — ~ 
Isola 
Isula 

Isola Siicra 
lsor>k— - 
Ispiilian — 
. liiiulian . 
^i-piklmnuk. 
Ispitnhac - 
Ispera — -. 
Ispuk 
Isque. 



Insert — 
Isairhoffi 
liisolre -. 
iMoudun — . 
Issus 



46 IN 
.48 4?N 

45 31 N 

,46 57 N 
37 ON 



91 .5.1 K .39 

77 )!)B .39 

114 .V<K 41 

5 44W 12 
174 20K 41, .5; 

8 (IB .58 
24 40R 
7 HW 

6 \:>\\ 

6 li'W 

6 lllw 
6 y^y/ 

4 I4E 

2 54 w 
6 2.)K 
4 31 w 

C!l 17 w 

2IJK 

1 •J4W 
105 4:'»V 

20W 

;iiw 
85 15B 

28 .50 K 
4H 30 B 
33 IHK 

3 44W 
22 ;)0K 
10 2K 

29 42B 
I" 3K 

8 lOB 
7 3R 
12 I4B 
6«i 27 K 
51 4.K 
SI 40B 
61 4IIB 

3 .'11b 
40 65K 
57 S'-'B 

1 .30 k 
.^5 I SB 
16 KB 
35 28k 

3 4iw 
67 57W 
83 I Ob 
!><) OB 
91 OR 

8 2;!B 
12 .3.-K 
12 54K 

3 ;«)K 

7 (t> 
12 S-'B 

3 I3R 

I 5I>R 
36 51 



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8 
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Ivry 

Iviiktoke Inlet. 

Iv.v-Cliurcli~~. 

«x;»r 

(xin 

Iswortli 

Izicliicli 

l/.dinil 

|7.bin<k 

l7.bitclic~.. 

l7.ioiiiiu~.. 

Ixli 

IzinUI 

jziiiui, U. of 
Izotina 
Ixiiak 
IzvaiK . 
Izverlik 




Aft MN 
54 2AN 
,51 IM 
41 13N 
35 »7^f 
2 IHN 
44 bis 
'JO 58N 
57 as 

-^ft IBS 

4S» 7" 

!4 4!m 

40 44N 

^40 47M 
M 28N 

...M 57M 
M 31 W 
A3 31N 



7 UK »l 



Jiu>loii!u»..~». -49 IN 

Jabahira River ^ 6 Sfls 



— 38 4f5i« 
J» 55!f 



Jabaksliiir 
Jahalon River 

Jabbok K 

J,iKe>li-i!ilead ,.,,^2 39iv 
Ja)>i(iii I. ...,..~» 1 aOW 

I ihlc)iiitga.......~...47 58N 

Jiiblonow >..^.^.^ SIN 



31 51 N 



Jrtbneh, or 
Jnmiiia , rri«»«»M<. 

Jiibris 

J:tbron , 

Jabruila. 

Jiica 

Jachal .. 

Jacioba 

Ja(?k9an 

Jiickson 

Jaekoon 

Jacksitn 

Jnokson H. 

J ickst)!) Ft. 



.22 30N 

^43 41 N 

~3:» 56N 

42 SIN 



9 2<M 

I2N 

1)N 

US 

9s 
44N 
29N 



46 
46 
39 

;< 

-17 
-32 




1 3711 

67 30K 

A3B 

S4W 

S7 53B 

4M 
15 48B 
88 50W 
41 221 
44 35b 

37 15B 

1 23W 
30 OB 
SU 58B 
41 4nB 
1!) I7B 

38 39b 
98 lOB 



15 
45 

8 
87 
59 

8 
33 
50 
27 
27 
28 
44 
60 
36 
27 
43 
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S3 



4 lis 15 

63 &W 5} 

39 SOB 36 

3 sew 30 

35 38a 37 

35 44B 37 

lUO OB 58 

24 S9B 



25 7B 83 



J.ickBon Pt. .....,.w40 S^ 

Jackson Port ........33 508 

Jarkson 

(MissiMippi)...-»33 21 n 
Jackson ( Mmouri) 37 2(t!« 
Jackson 
(Tennenec) ......35 3.'>v 

J ick.v)uboro.w...M..32 4<>N 

J<ioincl 18 Kin 

J acob8tou......,.-..-.M» 44N 

Jacob's Well .32 I4N 

Jacksonlrorough .~33 46N 
Jacks()nsville 

( I'lorida^ 
Jack»>nville 
(Oeorgia) 
Jacoba .~~. 
J >eobah 
).i'obina ~-.. 
• Jarob'i Kraal~29 30> 
Jacobstadt _w_d63 38n 
Jacob8tat..............J>6 39n 

Jacova ..,............42 I5N 

Jacquet ltiver.~...47 k.'N 

J ictowiec .48 S7t 

Jacuhy River ...,.^9 56b 

Jacura ..11 3N 

J.-id«ra ,....,......44 8n 

40 53N 

.....14 46N 
......38 ON 



34 46B 
49 OB 

6 30B 

36 33B 
3lMr 

69 35w 

37 S6Mr 
67 40W 
67 40W 
82 35W 
«3 58W 
77 I4W 
86 23vr 

174 33B 
151 35B 

90 lllw 
89 Xiw 

88 47W 

80 30W 
7i 25W 

4 3l«r 

35 16B 

81 3iW 



37 
58 
16 
59 
29 
53 
54 
46 
46 
47 
48 
50 
48 
57 
66 

4fl 
48 

48 
48 
50 
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37 
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81 S7W 48 



Jadraque .. 
Jaeldendjr. 
t Jaen _..... 

Jaen 

J:i«n .... 
Jaeva 
J I fall . 



Jaffa, Cape . 
.1 tTaireh^... 
I fTaline I*. 
I ttTorahad 
Jafferbad 
JalTnapat 
(atin River 
JagdJtluk 




JT 49N 
5 12S 
-38 47" 
,38 S5N 
..37 08 
J3» 39N 
-27 13N 
JUn !IN 



3(1 Stw 
9 40n 
47S 
.34 29N 
•'agdigeen~~~~37 4n 
JameroMit, or 

Poory^^.^^^\9 53N 
Jagodin ................43 47n 

: Ja^ ................49 18N 

Uvtt River ..^^..jKt I4R 



83 4vir 

10 SOB 

9 48B 

41 I5W 

31 OB 

32 47B 

25 44B 
90 48B 

as 8W 

26 38B 
61 48W 
W 16W 
15 l&B 

3 4W 

8i> 7b 

3 SSW 

3 49W 

78 i9w 

3B 

37 57B 
KtlSOB 
31 IB 
3.3 47B 
76 AB 
71 30B 
»> I8B 

68 tm 

69 58B 
37 35B 



48 
42 
42 
54 
44 
97 
27 
S3 
46 
23 
64 
S3 
59 
30 
39 
SO 
30 
69 
29 
36 
41 
60 
43 
39 
39 
30 
63 
39 
3S 



JapanTBeT of .....39 On 

Japliit ,32 48n 

Japliygia ........UO SON 



i 



as SOB 30 

91 I.3B 33 

9 6()B 22 

9 13a 29 




4 I5N 

39 54ir 

31 42N 

42N 

38 20ir 

13N 

16 15N 
64 69n 



Bphygiuin Pr.,..J» 60n 
Japuni, River .... 3 12a 

Jtqueaila, River...36 10m 
Jan Point .......>84 8a 

Jameapi, River... 1 96a 

Jaraicejo 39 34n 

Jara^u^ River......40 9n 

Jarawow .-........^49 58N 

Jani. la ..............45 39N 

Jardinillo*. Iklet ~.21 37ir 
Jareca ...............34 13n 

Jareem ...............36 On 

Jarerua .............35 49n 

Jarerud ..............35 50n 

Jarkn ....26 40n 

Jarman 
Jarmelli 
Jarmuth........ 

Jarnac 

Jarom 

Jaroi 

Jarra 

Jarrow 

Janoon ......... — ..an 43n 

Janico .......... — ..2^ 39n 

Jarvls Iile .~ I On 

Ja«k I.............. 25 40N 

Jaik 

Jask, Cape 
Jaslo 

Jaaonium Pr. 
Jaioun C 
Jaepar 
JaHOgne 
Jaaqr River 
( Brazil ) .... . .... 

Jastrow 
Jan Apatlii 
Ja^a 
Jattali 

Jauapary, River... 1 3HB 

Jailer ,.....JH 4n 

Jaiiia ...................U 498 

Jaiija R 1 1 208 

t Jaiilan -....-......'M &0n 

Jauldoe 23 25N 

2 8N 

19 SIN 

42N 

2 08 

37N 

.25 36N 

-.29 18N 

14 538 

...68 am 

...48 25N 

39N 

...49 24N 

..30 4lN 

7 Oa 

7 30a 

6 08 

19 I3N 

2 6lN 

6 60a 

ION 





.31 23N 



Jauleonfell 

Jaulnali. 

Jaulnai*-.. 

Jaumani, River 

Jaun. 

Jaunpoor. 

Jaunaet 

Jaw 

Jnuri«vara, Mt 

Jauron ........ .... 

Jauaehiali. 
Jauiy . 
Jav.. 



Java Head- 
Java Island . 
Java, 8ea < 
Javinal. 
Javita. 



Jawana. 

Jaway R. Lowered 
Jaway R. Upp^rwtS SON 
Jawayville ......~4I 3n 

Jaya ,...,.« 30 45n 

Jayrah R 28 ION 



Ji^nulmeer 
Jawar Mta.. 

Jawhir 

Jaaer 



.26 58N 
.37 15N 
»> 90N 

4N 

Jaiygei -. ~.47 On 



Jasyges MeU- 
naitae ......-...^47 I On 

Jean de Liu, 8t. 43 25n 

Jean Sit River 35 6n 

•JI7 84N 

.^.31 53N 

33 SIN 

3N 



JebBMeR 

Jebed-Duhy. 

Jebeil~.~..~ 

Jebel Jiboiit 28 I9n 

Jebel Mar ElKua...32 46n 
Jebel Shamttianly. 
Set Port of Aden 
Jeb. Fukuah ....^.32 SON 

Je-chao... ~~S6 SON 

Jecu~~..«.~ -~~.30 95a 



135 OB 
no 60B 
35 18B 

17 40b 

18 95B 

65 6w 
119 33vr 

70 35W 
69 2.3Hr 

5 42W 

3 40W 
93 27b 

37w 
81 32W 
38 30B 

48 aan 

57 58B 
68 SB 
60 SB 

6 35B 
S» 38B 

34 68b 

llwr 
63 25B 

6 30B 

7 SOW 

1 29W 
50 38B 

81 63Br 
161 OW 

66 53B 

67 53B 

67 &3B 
21 &5B 
37 40B 
37 408 
as 29W 

4 67B 

63 64W 
16 488 
20 7b 

15 43b 
36 8B 

35 58 
61 62vr 

16 148 
75 17W 

75 SOW 

35 43B 
86 OH 

3 32w 

76 IB 
93B 

61 OW 
7 I7B 

82 458 

77 518 

71 I7W 
24 558 

20wr 

36 62b 
3 68 

72 288 
105 178 

110 08 
113 OB 

90 53w 

68 Ow 

111 128 

91 3w 
91 4vr 
91 Slw 
97 848 
61 808 
71 48 
44 OB 
80 OB 
35 478 
35 08 

20 SOB 
1 40W 

93 63«r 
6 29W 

35 158 

35 ISa 

69 78 
35 958 
35 388 
35 108 
35 28 



35 258 

114 S5B 

40 97W 



35 
40 
37 
69 
69 
69 
49 
S3 
63 
30 
SO 
23 
16 
50 
36 
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38 
38 
38 
43 
86 
37 
16 
38 
16 
42 

7 
38 
50 

1 
38 
38 
38 
23 
SO 
36 
48 
19 

64 
24 
23 
23 
37 
37 
52 
24 
52 
Si 
37 
39 

8 
.39 
15 
53 
17 
39 
39 
52 
27 
IS 
31 
15 
39 

9 
40 
40 
49 
62 
40 
47 
47 
47 
66 
38 
39 
36 
39 
37 
68 

68 
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48 
9 
37 
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38 
37 
37 
43 
37 

42 

37 
66 
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"vwwsssssunBir 
Jenunah. See Port 

of Adan ^ 

Jenuli .................32 20n 

Jerba, I«Ie-..-..,....83 45N 

Jerdin, Pta de 31 44n 

Jeremestown ,.„Jk\ 47N 
Jeremie... 18 39N 



Jeret de la Fron- 



Jerica 
Jericho ,^ 
Jericho.......... 



,36 d9N 



39 57N 

43 UN 

Jericoacoara,~~~. 3 43s 
Jerisiarvi ..^,..,....67 56N 
Jerli-Kloy. See 
the Uosphorua 
Jorm .......36 44n 



Jersey Iile. 
Jemey 



Jenimenha 
Jerusalem. 
Jeriiialem (Vir- 
ginia) ~,. 
•Tervis Ray 
.Tervis, Ca{ 
Jerviswi 
Jezeret 
Jesero.-.. 
Jezliimon 
JeslntrdMir 



w49 14N 

.45 29N 

6 588 

47N 



36 40N 

»w»»*»**#oO OB 

M 4lN 

.49 52N 

~»..43 7n 

31 4»N 

....—. 2 5 S5N 

Joyogi, River ..^...69 25N 
Jetrowia .............32 26N 

Jewberg ..„.,«.. ......51 In 

Jenen — ........«,.51 48N 



JeMenoiia ............43 54N 

Jefto, or Matsiuai 
Isle ,.,-.........,..,.43 .3nN 

Jestetten ,...^^^,^7 Sus 
I .378 
'Hi 4HS 
45 40N 
.7 08 
.11 198 
29 428 

18 528 

U 248 

-.61 5BN 

-«T7 7N 

.M 19N 

I) 47N 

-JX) I3N 

.25 7N 

40 29N 



va 48R yy 
43 

36 Oa 36,37 
10 608 44 
17 14W 42 
82 24W 47 
74 6w SO 



6 6W 
3flw 
35 278 
75 33w 
40 24W 
84 37B 



70 358 
8 Ow 
91 43B 
44 4W 
35 13K 



30 
29 
37 
47 
64 
39 

33 
.38 
16 
23 
54 
37 



77 lOw 48 

150 50B 41.56 

138 8B 41,56 



Jesus 
Jesus 

Jesus, Isle of 
Jesus, Ii4e of 
Jesus Maria ~.-. 
Jesus Nasareno 
Jesus Valle 

Orande 
JesayR. 
Jettendal 
Jeulabad 
Jeunidith 
Jevenstedt 
Jevcr...^. 
Jevington 
Jevnagcr 
Jewnee. 
Jewiston .......... 

Jew's Burying 

Oround. See 

Uibraltar 
Jeierana ...,^^.^.45 3n 

Jezewo ...,.53 33N 

Jeiiema .,,-..,.,.^.49 37N 
Jeiirah Denafoh. 

See Pt of Aden 
Jesirah Salil. See 

Pt of Aden,,..., 
Jeztrah Sawayih. 

&«Pt.of Aden 
Je8ireh-ibn>Oinar .37 16N 
Jesrvel, Plain of-..32 36n 
Jeazeel ......... »»'» 32 34N 

Jeuin 33 34N 

,..,.~39 16N 

,.,....26 «l)N 

28 66N 

.21 40N 

«w«iM«Mi#4A 32N 

...36 47 N 

..^54 SON 



3 47W 
S SUB 
19 19b 

a'i 57b 

70 27a 
25 158 
75 158 

9 8b 
\2 588 
21 17a 

143 Ob 

8 35a 
75 15W 
51 48W 
73 49«r 

174 oa 
72 60W 
m 29W 

63 Ow 

64 20W 
17 18R 
45 408 
il9 15B 

9 40B 
7 67B 
1.3B 

10 358 
61 44R 
90 4W 



Jheend ~-., 

Jhodpoor „. 

Jhunggagari 

Jibaro 

Ji«itsa 

JUeli 

Jijinory 

jMona 



<■»»<— #*»*i 



JilU Ogeia 

JUlip 

Jimena 

Jioienado ..... 

Jinghns 

Jinnaba 

Jinnain 

Jinnien „....,..— ..» w 4 

Jinto 42 UN 

Jirdra ...«..« ..-A3 61 n 

JitORiir ..JO 13N 

Jnagua Isle ..,..,... 2 1 Sn 
t Joannes Isle, or 

Marirfp ..^.....^ 1 108 
Joanni River ..<<«. I 45a 



JW .3IIN 
.25 3.'N 
1 5<»N 
..^.36 2HN 
..J7 45N 
.27 60N 
,29 35N 
,34 66N 
N 



10 
19 
S3 
37 
39 
9(1 
3B 
21 
24 
33 

35 
21 
63 
54 
46 
I 
6j 
53 

53 
62 
26 
38 
39 
25 
SI 
8 
26 
38 
47 



Joile. Hi. 



29 
15 I3b 23 
IH 29K 24 
25 ;!7K 33 

43 



43 I6B 
3& 23R 
35 SIB 
3SS5B 
17 llB 
76 188 
73 OB 
85 50b 
79 15W 
28 4a 

5 438 
24 89B 

30W 

50 308 
45 OB 

6 27W 

1 low 
96 608 

51 368 
&3 28 

9 468 

74IW 

34 998 

28 46B 

73 OW 



42 

42 

36 

37 

87 

87 

23 

3!) 

39 

39 

60 

33 

44 

27 

39 

38 

42 

30 

99 

40 

38 

38 

95 

SO 

98 

98 

60 



Jose, Bt 

Jose, St 

Joseph Mt 

Josselip 

Joue.. 



48N 

.13 578 

..32 30s 

17 57N 

47 3l)N 

^ ar ■ •••wmm I I iiiga«««(i«4/ Jin 

Joughur ,..,.,, ...21 iSN 
Jougne ..,.,,.... — 46 47n 

Jougska-..., ..,..64 3N 

Joufan Isles ..,...,.37 SON 
Joiinpoor ,.,.....,.2.'> 42ir 
Joumnisi .,-,..-„..39 23N 

Jounn, River 66 7n 

Joiiz Lake,.....,,46 38n 

J""'* 46 |8N 

Jovis Pagus ,....,..44 37n 

Jowia iri.ii.i.iilB 3lN 

Jowra -., ....23 35n 

Jowrx, L. 46 47n 

i Joyce's Country 
rOalway) .........53 32n 

Joyeuse .,...44 88n 

Joze ~. ........80 308 

Ju «. ......34 13N 

Juan Femandei 

1810 "--'--rrrfj-Lfjj 

Jiiande Mayo, S. 
Juanico Strait 
Juan, R. B 
Juan, S. ^ 

Juan, S. R. 

Juan del oro, S. 
Juapoor 




»>»«*<KM#^»^ 



33 SOS 
.21 388 
11 ION 
17 08 
17 488 
.22 <« 
14 178 

-_^ .18 2.5M 

Juary.guHzzio, R. 18 Ss 
Jubb ,..,.„-....,.., 128 

Jubb or JorbR. 13s 
Jubah ...,...,.....,.27 46v 

Jubbulpoor ..,,,.,.23 7n 
Jucar, River ...........39 Rn 

Juckou ....,,....,23 15N 

X Judaea ,....,,..31 40n 

% Judaea, Wilder- 
ness of ,.,..,....31 SON 

t Judali ..., ...31 28N 

Jurlali, Mts. of.,.,.31 30N 
Judenbach .,..,,>50 26n 
Judenburgh -.,..,.47 IOn 



Judo, Sheikh 
Juduia... 
Judulwai 
Jiifna 
Jugdespoorwa 
Jiigduluk ,... 
Juggumatpoiir. 
Juggut Point 
Jugfoii Cr, 



11 8N 
.17 69N 
.18 36N 
.,J1 57N 
—26 36n 
...,34 19N 
.20 4IN 
....23 I5N 
,...34 408 
Jugon..,...,..-.-....4B 2.5N 
Junauna -,,,.,.,.28 son 
Ju-ho ...,,,.,,....34 I3N 

Juibat R. „ 40 28N 

Juina, River ....,-.10 40s 
Juist Islo .,,...,,..')3 42N 
.17 3N 
23 36s 
23 3(» 
67 SON 
'IS 28N 
53 64N 
,37 45N 
.32 2N 
10 308 
21 ON 
8N 



irf>«#^X»WWi»^»»^^»#*»» 



■^*»»***^r 



Juit 
JiOuy 

Jt^uy Ode. de R 

JukkwtlarvL 

Jukogorska 

Julcha 

Julamerk 

Julduk , 

Julgado. 



Joaqulm, 8. 



13 .3118 



49 SOW 54 
63 5W 62 
63 47B 63 



Julgaom 
Julianahede ........56 

Julianstown ....,..^13 4In 

.32 S8N 



Julias. 

Juliers 

Juliersberg ........51 IHn 

Julii, Forum .,^.,.46 7n 

Julimes ■.,,.•■'8 M\s 

Juliopolis 37 68N 

Juliopolis ,..„,,.J!) bON 

Juil 28 ION 

Jullnl Khan 33 9n 

Juira I'atun .........24 34N 

.31 2l)N 

;»V ?.3N 

7 158 

7 148 

,33 SON 

,,.....33 23N 

!4 46N 
....38 SON 



Julllndur 
Julrais 
Juma .... " 
Juma Biijr 

SJumas...... 
umburum 
Jumday 
Juinillu.~.~~..~ 
Jun^iima V. of. 
See Ruins of 
llabylon „„,., 

Juinnie, River 53 IJN 

Jumnieola ..........2 1 On 



63 4 

75 i 
66 

116 
2 : 

1 ! 
4 i 

91 : 

6! 
44 i 
81 
82 ' 
84 
62 ' 

61 

16: 

81 

76 1 
75 

6: 

9! 

4 
59 1 
lis 

79 
67 
124 
59 
69 
66 
68 
82 
66 
42 
42 
35 
79 

68 
35 

35 
35 
35 
11 
14 
34 
46 
78 
.35 
114 
6H 
84 
69 
148 
2 
68 
112 
28 
5!) 
6 
75 
64 
6.3 
21 
44 
22 
43 
66 
38 
76 
9 
6 
85 
6 
17 
Ifl 
103 
3S 
31 
61 
63 
7t 
II 
6( 
U 
1: 
lU 
«i 
«i 
1 



[OM, St ,..^ 48lf 



JOSe.B t .. 13 6-g 

Joepli Mt. 32 3M 

Jouellp ,,.„JVJ sin 

JOUft rr 1.1 J... 47 3()lf 

Jnuey-^-^ 47 llit 

Joughur ^ ...81 ISw 

Jougno ^ — 46 47w 

Joupka^j^.. 64 3^ 

Joumn Isles , ....^ 30m 

Joiinpoor <. ^25 42if 

JonniniiiJ ^..,.,.,,^19 23^ 

Joum, River 66 7w 

Joiii Lake>......,..46 38i» 

Jova-j,^. 46 |8tf 

Jovii Pagus ,.^.,44 87N 



Jowla 



'^AMIMNIM^ 



.18 3IN 



Jowra ~ ,.,,23 35N 

Jowx, L. ^ 46 47M 

t Joyce's Country 
(Oalwny) 53 331, 

Joyeu«e ~.~44 2«m 

Joie ,.,.......,.,.„^^ 309 

Ju «^ ,.. 34 13m 

Juan Fetnandei 

1816 M ^pft M t^t^t^ ^ g^^ 208 

Jiiande Mayo, 8.-,2i 388 
■ " ■ .11 1(»N 
17 OS 
17 488 
.22 (m 
.14 178 
18 25>t 




Juanico Strait 
Juan, R. 8 
Juan, 8. .„ 

Juan, 8. R. 

Juan del oro, 8. 

Juapoor .«>.,«.. 

Juary-KUHizio, R. 18 58 
Jubb .^.^^^^^^ Hs 
Jubb or Jorb R. 139 
Jubali — ~>......^27 46v 

Jubbulpoor ^ 23 Is 

Jucar, River ......^-sa 8n 

Juckou ^>,.>,^^23 laif 
t Judaea >~.«.,.^^i 40N 
t Judaea, Wilder- 
ness of ..,.,..<.»^i aoN 

t Judali .,.^.,...^.>J1 28N 
Jurlali, Mts. Ofw^^l 3()N 
Judenbach ,.„,„,^ 26s 
Judenburgh^...„^7 lOM 
Judo, Slieikli..«.....j)l 8n 

Juduia..,. 17 SON 

Judulwai ~..~ ^.18 Xs 

Jutnn^..,.,^,^,^,^] ays 
Jugdespoorwu ,.,^26 3Hn 
Jiigduluk ..^,^,.^4 19^ 
Jugffumatpoiir....~,20 4In 

Jugnit Point 32 I5N 

Jiigion Cr. ,.,^.,,34 40s 

...,..^48 ifis 

,28 SON 

.34 13N 

.40 28N 

,~U} 408 

.-,S3 42N 

-~I7 3N 

l^uy......^ 23 36s 

Ujuy Gde. de R. 23 3(is 

67 fiON 

.'U 28N 
J3 54N 
.37 45N 
.32 2S 
10 308 
.21 ON 

...jn 41 N 

12 58N 

60 ."i/W 

1 IHN 

7M 

^.^^•m SON 

37 BHS 
#M#^#«39 MIN 

28 ION 

^^-.33 9N 
24 34N 



JugOL 

Junauna 

Ju-ho 

JuibatR. 
Juina, River 
Juist Isle 

JUIImmwim. 



Jl 
Jl 

JukKai^arv 

Jukogorska 

Julclia 

Julamerk 

Jutduk «. 

Julgado. 

Julgaom. 

Julianaliede . 

Julianstown . 

Julias < 

Juliera 



Juliersberg 

Julii, Forum ..>...46 

Julimes . 



Juliopolis 
Juliopolis ^ 

Jull 

Jullal Ktion . 
Juira I'iktun . 
Jullindur^~. 
Julrais ~.~~ 
Junta ».«»«.»«« 
Juma Biijr ^ 

JJumas^.^. 
umburum < 
Junday~~~. 
Jumlllu 



.11 211N 

;u ?3w 

7 IS8 

7 N8 

....,.^33 SON 

,...^4, 46N 
^...^ SON 
Jun^nma V. of. 

See lluliis of 

liiibylon ^M«~i~ 
Juinnie, River.~~.r>3 I'Jn 
Jumnieola ~.2I 6n 



63 40W 

7» 30wr 

66 4W 

116 5K 

2 a3w 

1 25W 

4 268 

91 281 

6S4B 

44 SlB 

81 OB 

82 448 
24 OB 
62 40B 
6'17B 
16 30b 
SI OB 
76 26B 

75 78 
6 188 



52 
62 
52 
57 
15 
15 
15 
39 
15 
87 
6 
39 
34 
27 
17 
59 
59 
30 
39 
17 



9 33W 12 

4 14B 16 

59 30w 53 

112 SOB 55 



79 OW 

67 OW 
124 57b 

59 40Hr 
59 38W^ 
66 40w 

68 low 
82 468 
56 low 
42 lOB 

42 408 
35 SB 
79 578 

13W 
68 558 
35 108 

35 228 
35 208 
35 48 
II 118 

14 3!)B 

34 IIR 
46 19w 
78 2(18 
a? 128 
il4 .30b 

68 498 
84 .528 

69 SB 
14H 278 

2 lllw 
68 16b: 

112 508 
28 308 
6.'« 16w 

6 588 
7r> 1 98 
64 48W 
6.3 40W 

21 08 
44 578 

22 68 

43 30B 

66 378 

38 SOW 
76 328 

9 148 
6 Mw 

35 40b 
6 20K 

17 248 

18 22K 
103 42W 

39 lOB 
31 358 

67 358 

67 45B 
76 68 

15 408 

68 258 
13 08 
13 08 

113 40W 
62 2.3B 
87 08 

1 27W 



7 278 
1.3 328 



1 
63 
40 
52 
62 
53 
62 
39 
64 
42 
42 
43 
39 
29 
39 
37 

37 
37 
37 
22 
23 
43 
54 
3f» 
37 
39 
38 
39 
39 
56 
15 
39 
55 
36 
54 
18 
39 
53 
53 
26 
27 
24 
36 
3U 
54 
39 
25 
13 
37 
21 
24 
59 
4» 
59 
69 
38 
38 
39 
39 
38 
42 
42 
49 
38 
39 
29 



21 
39 



kaabas Mounts. ,...29 48 

Kaabis Kraal 30 Ss 

Kaarup fl6 46n 

Kaarup 57 15^ 

Kaas ~.««.,,,,, » ««.56 37n 

Kaas ~....M„ .^57 I2N 

Kaastrup ..... 67 2n 

KaavU 62 69n 

Kaba 1I7 21 n 

KflbadI ,„^^3i 25N 

Kabakos, B. See 

the Bospliorus ^ 
Knbakum <.«.„.^39 

feKaba!ldall 
abash, Gl. 

Kabbal 

Kabbo, C. 

Kabeltouw 

Kaber 

Kabia, P. 

Kabna 

Kaboh 

Kabota 

K'tbrova 



7N 

3l)N 

26 34N 

14 ION 

38 IIN 

32 648 

.'>4 SON 

48 UN 

26 40N 

39 .'i8N 
.^i 53N 



*******»^»^ <»#»«» 1 



,.^9 25N 



Kabuklee « 

Kabusuma <,.,...„.^39 34N 
Kachakowl. ^.^47 88 
Kachao .............. •.>l sn 

Kachin ..,......,^.,^67 23n 

Kacltira ... .....54 6lN 

Kachrode ...............23 25n 

Kack lorf ...,...,..53 20n 
Kac( v ^^.^.^ 5 48 
Kacunda ......,..,.,.. 8 20n 

Kade ..,.....,..,■... 11 ion 

Kadelburg .^^.^7 37n 
Kadem, el ........>.29 2n 

Kadesh, or 

Kadcsh-bamea...30 40n 
Kadi-kloy, See 

the Bospliorus ... 
Kadim ..»,.........» 31 I6n 

Kadjum ...^...^.....SO 4n 



Kadoni 
Kadula Naffiz 
Kadv 

Kaeldekirchei). 
Kaffiir, B. 
KuffircuU R. 



— 54 2!>N 
.32 4tiN 
.17 45W 
61 2lN 

34 248 

.31 



108 

hI8 40n 
.42 28N 
.22 ON 



t Kiiiforland 

KaHr Kila 

Knfirilian 

Kaftan ,~ 

Kagn 

Ka^Hkat ............> 28 5.')N 

Kagisnian .....^..^.^tO 2n 

Kagjung ..............at 15N 

Kahere ...^^......^Sl 16n 

Kahl ....^................SO 5N 

Kalilo >....,..... .SI SIN 

Kahowawa ^.....^.34 38s 
Kahun ................29 15N 

Kai >. 59 44N 

Kai ..^......,...,.,.....35 SON 

Kaiborg, Point ...54 61 n 
Kaidanov .............53 46n 

Tf HfoDgfoo ..........34 SON 

i>.ai-fung ........ ..J4 48N 

Kai-hoa ................ 2:t 3on 

Kalgborod ...........60 IOn 

Kaihu R. ............35 55s 

Iwail, vV. ............ 5 5 28N 

Kaili I 4Ks 



Kailub ....».......M~.14 SON 

Kallworra ,....^.,..-25 3n 

Kalmes ..............J>6 31 n 



Kaiingunje 

Kaimova ^ 

Kaims, Castl" 

Kaina 

Kaingan 

Kainsk 

Kaipan 



[w**^***^*****.-. 



.27 34N 

:3s 

..r'4 12n 
.31 40N 



Kaipara Harbour 30 30s 
Kaipara, R.......~./)6 458 

Kaiping~....,~..,.,~.22 35n 

Kaira«........~........23 4n 

Kairah ^..,...,.^26 a3N 

Kairah .......22 44N 

Kairwan ..,^........,.30 SIN 

Kalsariyeb.,.,..........38 40n 

Kaisariyeii~,~~.~.~.33 33N 



KaiserslHUtem .^.49 26n 
Kaiientuhl ..~..~^7 33n 



19 SOB 
24 3b 

8 SOB 

9 41B 

8 4tB 

9 42b 
8 43b 

18 68 
21 13B 
30S8B 



27 OB 
45 OB 
33 458 
72 62b 

20 SlB 

21 OB 

8 SOW 
54 I8B 
18 298 
70 C2B 

140 40B 
25 238 
62 57b 

32 48B 
167 4B 
105 46b 

37 288 
37 SOB 
75 158 

9 518 
13 188 

8 2»K 
12 47W 

8 ISB 

33 2S8 



TUT 

4t-I 
44 

25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
87 
23 
43 

33 
36 
28 
43 
39 
34 
44 1 

7 
34 
23 
39 
35 
33 
38 
36 
57 
40 
27 
27 
39 
21 
42 
42 
43 
17 
37 



35 208 37 



31 37b 
lU 458 

42 ISB 
12 lUB 

43 258 

6 16B 
26 loB 
81 33b 
2» 3UB 
64 5()B 
6!» ISB 

26 47B 

103 508 
83 78 
43 178 
79 28 

178 68 
70 64B 

8 54b 
14 458 

172 SOB 
69 208 
52 58b 

115 8E 

9 698 

27 98 
114 SOB 
114 288 

104 SOB 
60 52b 

173 5.38 

2 22W 
119 20b 

30 36B 
76 44B 

3 9W 

4 6W 
79 188 
56 40b 

5 3W 
27 40b 
99 108 
78 308 
55 4lB 

174 128 41,57 
174 28B 57 
112 308 

78 568 
81 348 
83 16B 
68 IIB 
73 478 
10 Uk 
a5 808 3<<,60 
34 55B 37 

7 45B 22 

8 83B 17 



.33 
43 
41 
28 
44 
27 
21 
44 
44 1 
44 1 
38 
38 
.3:) 
40 
39 
.36 
39 
67 
38 
22 
24 
67 
38 
27 
65 
25 
28 
35 
55 
55 
27 
57 
10 
40 
42 
39 
10 
10 
39 
88 
10 
87 
40 
35 
27 



55 

39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
44 



Kalian^... , 7 kin 

Kalibia ....... ,^36 46n 

Kalid Buhr ^......40 8n 

Kalil, Gl. ............29 16N 

Kalimekova.,M~~..48 SON 
Kalinga Isle^^..... 6 On 

Kalinn o .....,.........37 on 



Kalingalungaguy 

galin«U n ujjj.ae IHN 

Kaliontyik Cape.~4l 26n 
Kalisz ................51 48N 

Kalitsu,...,............37 4«N 

Kalitva SO IOn 

Kalix, River ......65 4W 

Kalkiili ...............43 47n 

Kail .......^.........^ys 2.)N 

ivaija ..................67 8n 

Kullabagn............33 ION 

Kallandure .^......,41 54N 

KallapahHne^....... 6 .3Sn 

Kallaphonia M. ..,.37 54iN 
Kallare ................ 8 .3n 

Kallas Btirane....~.26 35N 

Kallcboe, Hound.,..55 37N 
Kallerup ............56 SSn 

Kallemasco .....^^42 SON 

Kalleryd ............57 26n 

Kalllannee........... 1 9 ISn 

Kuilit!ne.....~.M....I9 On 

Kallinger ..^........25 Sn 

Kallmo .....^.........58 43n 

.63 23N 
63 37N 
43M 
25 5N 
56 39N 
.....~67 ISN 



Kalln 
Kalln, Luke. 
KalloQ ........ 

Kally Bind R, 
Kalmar^. 
X Katniar 



Kalmasu, River...44 5In 
Kalmatla.~....~.~-37 In 

Kalna~...........,.....43 32N 

Kalnacb ..............47 In 

Kale ..~~.. 60 SIN 

Kalocsa ................46 32n 

Kaloo Pass .......«.;i4 27n 

Kalope r .............~42 34N 

1 Katouga ~..~...^ 23n 
Kalouga ............54 son 

Kalpaki ............... 37 43n 

Kalpakutk-r .......41 8Hn 

Kalpatsk 51 36n 

Kalpeni Isle......~.10 5n 

Kalpha ...............37 55n 

Kaloat el Medyk.,.')5 24n 
Kalogria C. ^...^.,.38 13N 
Kalomeri C. ........36 57n 

Kalousi .....M....M..38 In 

Kuloo P. .............34 33N 

Ivai0o r .................l6 52n 

Kalootai Nor.......J2 52n 

Kalos Limen.......,.~.34 S5n 

Kaloumee..~.... . ~.36 55n 

Kalscliing .,.^......^48 49n 

Kalsh Keui 

Kaltbrunn.. 

Kalughier 

Kalusz . 

Kalvuri 

KalvHs 

Kulybi 



25N 

...47 18N 

43 37N 

19 IN 

.....~54 S6n 

52N 
'.........41 I6n 

kulyviadi Mistro 38 33N 
Kumn, River ~.~.55 8n 
Kainniia .~~...~~.I2 SON 
Kamaniiing .......... 5 In 

Kanriares ....,.....^.36 SSN 

Kftiiiarovka .......^52 On 

Ktme8liall~.~~~~.55 SlN 
Kumbangan 
Noura I«le .....~. 7 60s 

Kamboulat ..^.....43 3';n 

Kameel Biver~...lj7 374 
Kanien ~.~..~~~~S3 66N 
Kanienitz .~~~.~.63 V,is 
Kanienitz ~.~~~~.49 2(tN 



Kamieiktz ~.~»~4H SUN 
Kamenka .~~~~~.^3 ISn 
Kamenogorsk, O. 50 on 
Kamenoka mm~~48 23n 
Kamenopol ~.~.~.43 I9n 
Kamentsa „38 7n 



KaniiesBerg ~~~S0 ISe 
Kamila C....~...~.3« 'Ms 
Karoionl<B~»~.«~~.49 34N 
Kaiuionka ~~~~.dO 9n 
Kamislii Lukes ~.47 ON 
Kiuninan»M:ti, li. .33 318 



101 SUB 


40 


11 Si 


44 


26 22B 


33 


31 SOB 


43 


51 65B 


.35 


126 338 


40 


27 41 


36 


146 40a 


56 


57 65B 


27 


S8S7> 


ai 


18 88 


28 


21 278 


:f4 


39 688 


28 


23 88 


26 


23 8B 


26 


23 8B 


33 


13 lOB 


26 


17 OB 


26 


7136B 


39 


21 19B 


.33 


81 SB 


39 


81 471 


34 


81 23B 


.39 


73 17B 


30 


12 SOB 


25 


8 36B 


35 


86 low 


47 


IS 40B 


26 


73 lOB 


38 


72 40B 


58 


80 32B 


39 


15 21fl 


86 


13 108 


28 


12 63B 


26 


67 55a 


38 


76 16B 


39 


16 20B 


26 


16 SB 


26 


27 54B 


33 


22 7» 


34 


22 28B 


S3 


7 16a 


17 


23 lOB 


27 


19 la 


23 



]■ 



68 OB 
25 8B 

35 I2B 

36 9a 

86 3SB 

22 20B 
32 518 
68 3SB 
74 lOa 
21 358 
36 40E 
21 25B 

25 29a 

21 47B 
68 88 
77 78 
88 34B 
24 SOB 
61 OB 

14 Ib'B 

39 42a 
8 58a 

28 SlB 
24 27a 

23 14B 
30 5a 
27 la 

23 50b 
49 2)iB 

7 45W 
103 13B 

22 :.'7B 

46 368 
4 (>W 

108 SOB 

47 ISB 

24 OK 

81 58 
34 27B 

15 la 

87 OB 
43 498 

82 3<)B 

40 28 
93 57a 

21 SHB 
18 I5b 

23 98 

26 7a 

24 2UH 
66 4<iB 

22 188 



38 
33 
28 
28 
S3 
34 
36 
28 
39 
34 
36 
31 
34 
34 
39 
39 
39 
59 
38 
23 
36 
17 
33 
83 
27 
87 
33 
M 
27 
43 
4U 
34 
28 
10 

4l> 
28 

44-) 
35 
2T 
S3 
28 
28 
.35 
28 
S3 
34 

44- 
34 
23 
83 
35 

44. 



■ M 
I If 



I 1 



G 



I 



26 



INDEX TO BLACI 




Knmawnitu Like .<i4 S2ti 
Komiiier ~^>w~.~^'il 4<i.v 
Kiinimicli ,.„^^^ii 5-JS 
Kuninicls riis cl~.35 Mm 
Kamnitz ^...^....^V* ius 

Knmoe, Ifili'~.>~~.70 Mn 
KanioUkol Nosac^t Mis 
t Kiimour.i>ka .~>47 I3n 
Kailip ^~.<^~.^>52 44n 

Knnipen 52 a'iN 

Kampvn M fifiM 



Kainpcj'giK't 
Kainpcrber:; 
Kiiinpervi't'ii 
Kainpong ~.. 
Kninpot 
Kaniriiig Kiver 
KUIIIR, t'. 
Knin>e R. 
Kaiiiser .^^ 



17 7N 
52 3S 
A2 3\H 
. 1 208 
— 10 40M 

.«•) 908 
27 09 
-■M 381* 




Kaintcliik ltiv.'r.«42 Xts 

Kninpt)« .^. ^-.'1 15n 

t Kamtsclintkii ^*>7 ON 
KaintschatkH, N. £6 25ir 
K:iintKliiitk:i, or 

ICi<nlt!^:llntka. 

Vcrklincy 
Kaniur 
KaiiitinU^. 
Kainycliin 
Kiiiiiil»id 
Kanadei 
Kanii el Jelil. 
Kiitiagee~,.~« 
Kaiiali, Kana 
K:in.ihR..,..,.,.„^^32 Itiif 

Kanali ..^...^ X) 3.v 

Kanaii'kolsoi M 4!).v 

Kanarah ^^,^..a:i as 
Knnbniinan ^^..^i 49s 
Kaiibul.k ....^^..^'U 5s 
Kan-clioo~»~~.~^) on 
Kiin-rlioo «.«^.«^^26 O.v 
Kandahar «K.~.^.^ I 35n 
Kandnlir ...^<^^.18 &5m 
Kandairoh ..^....^.iS 4m 
Kandiilaska ~..~.«>fi7 H'lf 
Kandalimka, O. uf 67 88n 
Kandaliteh^..,-.,^ -iSs 
Kandereweliiiione. 8 I2n 
Kandligfeli-ki(iy. See 

the Bosplioriis,.^ 
Kandoiiil ....... ,„.,a3 53i« 

Kanrtry ^^.^^„JA 31 n 

Kandy 7 9n 

Kandys ...............M ){n 

Kaneexorum ...«.a>2 50n 
Kanganm IMe .......3S S<is 

KanKaxmenu .^..^1 57ir 
Kaii){awar.....,>..<~34 3I)n 

Kangelaiig Isle .>. 7 los 
Kanghiir.... ,.88 I5i« 



30 8b 
4 SB 

U 33B 
14 I7B 
14 S3B 

174 I8R 
32 5fiB 

IK) OB 
e» 30W 

4 3!)B 

5 53B 
8 31B 

lOU lUR 

5 52B 

5 Sdn 

1»4 7B 

101 tiB 

104 40B 

29 30B 

19 4UB 

73 40B 

87 A3" 

79 14B 

lliO OB 

163 30B 



Kangung It. 
Biiii^pore~ 
Kangyan «~. 
niaba. 



See 



Kankari 
Kankeli, El 
Kan-Kiang.. 
Kaokube.,,, 
Kankuta. 
i Kannaland 
Kanmh.^, 
Kannotta 

Kanoe ....... 

Kanova ..... 

Kanakoy .... 

1 Kaiuuli.. 

Kanto.^, 

Kanul 

Kantarah 

Kan-ttinn 

Kanturk 

Kanuir, 

KaniHi River 

Kanm V 

Kao-choo ..~~ 
Kao-ming ..^ 
Kao.tang ^.. 
Kao-tchenii .. 
Kaotchoofoo.. 
Kaoucliany 




27 
IH 
33 
33 
S3 
67 
2« 
83 
46 
18 
18 
SS 
40 
18 
Ifl 
40 
40 
40 
44-1 
44 
39 
S3 
39 
35 
35 



ON 175 OW 45 



].■» 5B 
67 50R 
67 35B 
45 26b 
50 33B 
47 47« 

35 I8B 
66 SlB 
ai I8B 
34 51 B 
30 43R 
57 20B 
37 4K 

36 5)!B 
77 238 

l(N» 50R 
114 5.'<R 
65 3»B 
77 16B 
70 14R 

33 3t)B 

34 OB 

35 38R 
81 3UB 



S3 35N 
13 S8N 



Kani 

Kanin Nob .^........68 37n 

Kanioungan Point 1 on 

Kanffia........ ,..46 15n 

KhdIu, Oreat~.~...46 98n 
Kanisa, Kis ..........46 7n 

Kanitka Zrailia ~.67 43n 
Kankakee Rivor...4 1 12if 
.....40 35N 

30 14N 

— 28 ON 

^„jaa 19n 

3 34M 
538 

16if 

35 54N 

IS 51* 
18 ON 
V 49N 

55 3nN 

.^....37 On 
50 49N 

.~~.37 32N 

36 3SN 
A3 ION 

.13 28N 

39 9M 

— 39 UN 
— 31 SON 
— 35 S5N 
— V ON 
— 31 46N 
.....88 I5N 
^..^.46 3I)N 



35 

an 

88 
38 
3H 
37 
38 
37 
37 
33 
38 
33 
36 
39 
53 
55 
38 

aa 

38 
27 
97 
33 
39 



31 
28 
87 
39 
87 



45 5B 

5.1 57R 

80 45B 

53 OB 

70 lOB 38,39 
137 lOB 41,56 

36 */7R ^ 

47 SSm 38 
115 38B 40 

68 40B 38 



94 30R 

4 16ve 

43 S5B 

119 6R 



16 
17 
80 
45 



89 
40 
43 
87 
40 
83 
33 
83 
87 
47 



4B 

IB 
4R 

9B 

IW 
33 40« 36,60 
31 85B 43 

115 aOB 
3i 41 B 
18 3B 
91 5B 
1? MB 
14 32B 

9 SOB 

9 181 
56 16B 
85 5B 
104 OB 
II 35B 
76 18B 
38 48B 

109 14B 
8 ftlnr 

35 4B 
M39nr 

96 ainr 

110 S5B 

109 9B 

116 30B 
no 63a 

110 60B 
89 35B 



5.') 
37 

a-i 

44 1 
39 
33 
48 
48 
87 
35 
55 
S3 
99 
36 
55 
13 
37 
47 
49 
65 
56 
A5 
40 
36 



N*MM. 



L.T. 



LUNII. 



M„. .11. 

H4P. 



Kaningai'tiin ........ 8 28S 

KamiiDMloiig ...... 7 458 

Kantng Mount _. A 158 

Kaninii .^ ;«; 2<>n 

Kara-Siiki... ..~..'f9 S5N 

Kanuwli, River ...44 50N 
Kani»i» ................3" 3Sn 

Kara»Ji>ki ^^^Jlgt 27n 
KnrMJoki, Kiver..J» 36n 
Karasuu Basnr ... .45 6n 

Kitratnt 44 I3n 

Kanitiivly m..._~..55 2.')n 

Kanitcliev ....A3 8v 

KaniiKJuur, Liiko (iii 4.'>.v 



Kiiraul 
KHrauaebett 
Karataih C. ~.~. 
Karategin ...... 

Kara Tupper Ft 
Karatupiili ....... 

KaravaiiBonii ~> 

Karavar, 

Karavt.., 

Kara vest asi 

Karavoiigin C... 

Karbo((ha8 

Karbole 

Karclii R. 

Kardumyla 

Karditsa 

Kards 

Kurduk. 

Karduta 



.-.42 4'!* 



Karempza 
Karetivoe .. 
Kareweran 
Karez.......... 

Kargeh, El 
Kargrtpol ...... 

Karglinh li 

Karghsih li — 
Kar/Imn .»...._ 
Karpii Bazar 
Kari.Kari, or 
Knuck!e Ft. 
Karia 
Kariatin. 
Kariet 
Karili 
Karin 
Karinja 
Karintka 
KariM 



45 i'lN 
3<i MS 
,'W 5rtN 
M .TON 
~'t6 IHN 
.3.1 54N 
-16 21 N 
m 45N 
M 9N 

m SIN 

....^.3(1 ION 

58N 

JW 28N 

J(i 50N 

.:w s;7N 

23 46N 

., ...30 2.1N 

~ 7 MS 
.~ 8 '>5S 
„40 IHN 
■.>9 2»IN 
,26 10!f 
.~6I .UN 
...3I» 40M 
,.-.T!t 31 V 
...39 51.V 
...39 JON 



115 408 
109 OR 
106 OB 
47 I OR 
36 49B 
81 36H 

35 47B 
85 38B 

36 I OR 
34 35B 

sn SHE 

511 IOR 
34 54 R 

18 50R 
25 24 B 

22 I6R 
a-> 20B 
70 lOB 

63 5B 

64 43b 
21 9R 
32 578 
83 35R 

81 30R 

82 Mr 
89 5()R 
15 84R 
66 43R 
32 I8b 

23 I3R 
(» 41 R 
60 i3b 

19 .178 
38 4(iR 
7!» 5HR 
32 408 
»» 2K 
i*} 40R 
38 40R 
.13 OR 
31 IIR 

40 25R 

41 IIR 



M 468 
..-38 30J» 
3 40N 
.40 14N 

m 56N 

.44 9N 






Karistan 
KarUtza 
Karit, W. 
Karitaa 
Kariurani 
Karkenna Irie 
Kark-hun'...^- 
Karkieevoi ... 
• KarV'dia 
Karkull 



:j7 61 'n 

17N 

m us 



-27 3::N 
.37 IN 

1 a»N 

..^•H MS 
.~.~.37 .35N 
.......56 2N 

..M I6N 
...,13 ION 

Karlburgh 48 4n 

Karieby Oanila ....6:1 48n 



Karlova 
Karlehaven 
Karktadt . 
Karma B. . 
KamantM... 
Karmoe »~ 
Kamabat — 
Karobumii C. 
Karanda ...... 

Knrotcha ~... 
Karotyfttlva 
Karova ........ 

Karpelika 



5 4.'iN 
!>\ .-©N 
1!) 5KN 
2i» 85N 
37 13N 
~J» I5N 

43 39N 

.16 XM 

60S9N 

.50 5IN 

49 MN 

.S5 4«N 

45 31 N 



Karreeboach Fn.»..3l 688 
Karreeka, R(v)-r.~.'i3 58 

Karrildbek 57 41 m 

Kanrow..~..........~..'>7 90n 

Kan .............. ;i> 33n 

Kara, River 40 28n 

Karaalg.~~. .'>(> 20n 

Karaoun ...........Jit 7n 

Kartakalie .— ,.-3.^ Sn 

KartelUa ...... 43 42N 

* Karteron M.~.~34 40n 

Kartigapiilly ....... 9 15N 

Kartiali R. ...-.— .;<2 30s 

Karuk ................33 8n 

Karup ^........»...56 18N 

Kar YanI ............43 ON 

Karyato~.~~......-.38 3n 

Karyato, B. of .....37 5fiN 

Karyato, I. ..,...^17 MiN 
t Karyatoa -~....Jg SSn 

Karytaena ........37 28N 

Kawlgansgol ..-.-47 (IN 



40 
40 
44» 
36,38 
36 
83 
36 
86 
86 
38 
33 
27 
28 
26 
33 
23 
36 
38 
38 
38 
31 
34 
34 
34 
34 
36 
86 
38 
34 

:u 

39 
38 
XI 
42 
Xi 
.TO 
311 
42 
27 
36 
36 
36 
36 



173 258 


67 


79 35R 


Xi 


44 308 


35 


84 15b 


33 


S3 388 


33 


15 38B 


23 


7730R 


3!» 


.M) r.K 


27 


45 3.'R 


38 


27 30R 


33 


21 42R 


34 


.•<2 6R 


43 


22 4.-<R 


34 


a-tstiR 


36 


11 88 


44 


32 5HR 


36 


5» 5R 


27 


40 2IR 


36 


75 4B 


39 


17 7« 


23 


33 21B 


97 


80 238 


S3 


9 87R 


91 


9 498 


93 


48 08 


38 


SS IIB 


34 


4 6IR 


96 


26 5SB 


a-) 


31 52B 


36 


38 40B 


87 


37 318 


28 


18 52R 


93 


57 308 


27 


38 438 


98 


33 46B 


44-1 


S3 45B 


44-1 


10 33B 


95 


4 45W 


9 


43 S8B 


36 


4 46W 


44 


48 45b 88.36 


S69W 


10 


46 51b 


98 


76 OB 


3f» 


38 348 


a« 


40 08 


36 


66 OB 


at 


76 318 


39 


151 57R 


66 


71 SUB 


38 


9 118 


S5 


3(338 


:i6 


94 28B 


34 


94 268 


34 


24 3JB 


34 


94 lOB 


3t 


S3 3B 


34 


60 118 


98 



Samm. 



L«r. 



I.OIIt. 



Kateiiioi -.-.49 !)N 

Kater Capo ..C;i ION 

Kateri .—.-..—.40 I In 
Katerin. Jebel ..-28 37" 
Kateycheeke 

Ghuree -.-.-.-.29 I On 
Katherinc, Locli-..'i4 268 
Katlierino, Locli -..56 15N 
Katib lale. See 
Singapore——. 

Kati Kati 7 :■ jS 

Kativ, El -. 36 .-I5N 

Katjawntte — . — 6 on 
Katlcnrinjctali -.-.21 5.'>n 

Kato Releni V 42n 

Katochi 3» 2:,s 

Kato .Manioula -.38 25N 
Katoula— —..—..'«< 13N 
Kator —.—26 i-^s 
Kato Skheno -.-..'M 16N 

Kato Temeni .38 Us 

Katrabad -. .37 In 

Katrany .'!l 6N 

Katmiroiii .— .-.-.;W 4n 
Katsi oula niouren 

R. .IS ON 

Kattit Kiirgand - .39 56n 

22 •-'^s 

.56 5.3N 

.'.l 59.V 

6 i'fW 

.-.-.-. 9 0!* 

52 12N 

.51 4AN 

.')4 32N 

...11 17N 
.-•«» 228 
w46 .'«)N 
-I!* 41N 
.-47 5.3N 
-51 I6N 
.-40 3"N 
.-.5.5 !IN 
30 25N 
-..57 57n 
-.32 OS 
-.28 54S 



.40 99N 
..43 25N 
.60 20N 

.41 .378 
..37 •198 
-37 78 

J» 68 
7 ON 



Kattoro'val 
Katterliiie . 
Katlon .... 
Kattri'Kiiii 
Katiin;;a . 
KatwyU — . 
KatwyU —.-....- 

Kat/b f-'i, It'ver 
Kuua Kaiia U. . 
Kaudersteg — ... 
KaiieiiloUe — . 

Kaufb..'urcn -. 

Kauftingen -.-.. 
Kaiiknii —.— . — 
Kaiikutincn -.-.. 
Kaula — .-.— . 
Kaun Voo -..-. 
Kaunglasa Head . 
Kaiirala R. -.— 
Kavak. See the 

Boapliorua. 
Kavalla -.-. 
Kavama — .-.,- 
Kavenki — .-.— 
Kami-knwa, or 

PalliserC. -.. 
Kawa-kawa 
Kawerani^ — 
Kawia II r. -.. 
Kawen Isle -.. 
K.iwkal el IIaWit-.82 .36.V 
Kawnoad — — .-.2(; 5»> 
Kawur -.-.-.-..- 4 .'ita 

Kayan 37 X\s 

Kayaeracho -.—.50 I9n 

Kayul -. 31 .'>5n 

Kayun U. .33 ION 

t Kazan ..-.—.55 23N 
azan -.-.— ..JiS 40n 
Kazarma -.-.—53 46n 
Kazanin , Kaa el -.31 7n 
Kazatchia— .— .51 14n 
Kazbek Mount-.-43 42N 
Kazboiilntova-.-Ji4 ION 
Kazeroon —29 33n 

Kazibeg 42 42n 

Kazaony UJfatu — 46 15n 
Keadiic-.-....-.— 54 .3N 

Keady— 54 14N 

Kent, W.— — 53 ION 
Kwnachyle-...— ..68 16it 

Keam ...... — . 67 I9n 

Keats Vort -.—14 OS 
Kebbtii. Maden -.38 46n 
Kebsud ———.39 35n 
Kedamatli «.— JO 44n 
Keddington ——.53 5n 
Kedekleh -........-36 21 v 

Kedeinoth— .-31 a3N 
Keder kanta— ..31 6n 
Kedta — — — _3S 9n 



Kediri, 
Kediah 
Kedje — 
Keealloh 
Keekairy 

Keel 

Keelby «— 
Kcelinga la. 
Keem 
KeenMt. 
Keena R. 
ecni 



7498 
.33 9N 
.36 25N 
-27 3N 
.12 45N 
58N 
ja 3SN 
.13 308 
.53 68N 
J>6 68N 
I 32N 



5.' 68 
67 OW 
22 32B 
33 568 37 

63 42R 

117 2IR 

4 27W 



17-''> 588 
50 IR 

80 24R I 

a'> ;<3R 

32 30R 
21 12R 
23 57R 3 

23 32R 
6!* Ob 

21 408 

22 78 
70 42R 3 
36 UR 

24 2i'B 

90 :'r,K 
(>6 IR 

81 OR 

3 I4W 
2 33w 

81 40R 

6 I.5R 

4 25R 

5 5>R 

18 -HIR 

16 388 
174 108 

7 408 
72 57R 
10 38r 

9 40R 
67 IOR 
21 32R 
70 50R 

6 37w 
10 16W 

149 22R 



175 21 R 
178 248 
175 33R 
174 52R 
173 08 
35 31 R 
71 2.»R 



10.3 

34 

7 

7» 



5b 

198 

IR 

2R 



48 25B 

49 lOB 
49 OB 
49 16b 
56 478 
32 548 
b- 188 

44 31 R 
51 50B 
51 388 

45 4B 
25 578 

8 5W 
6 4Hr 
38 
4 20W 
8 5hV 
l?9 308 

38 44B 
28 :.>9B 
79 48 

31 IB 

39 3UB 
35 558 
77 208 
35 32B 

113 08 
35 328 
63 288 
70 488 
76 268 
10 8w 

I4W 
93 108 
10 9W 

3 OW 
70 438 



TO BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS. 



L«T. 



I.ONIt. 



No.o» 
Hap. 



)i --^49 (W 

'upo .-C:l lOM 

».....«...^>ji»4i) I In 
, Jt>bel ^28 »7s 
leeke 

w ~.~. 39 ION 

nc. Loci 1^14 '26s 
no, Loc