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— in Edinburgh, Society of
1-1240.

Aecount day : are Settling day.

Account 0/ the Abiponu (Sara
Coleridge) 6-6810.

Accous, Fr. 10-778 (D6).

ACCOUTREMEN'I‘ 1-1250.

ACCRA,Go.Cst.1-1250;12-203
(B4); 12-2030; 12-20411.

-—, tribe 12-2040.

Accrediting system 10-441).

Accrescent (dict.) 10-5630.

ACCRE'I‘ION (di0t.) 1-1250.

ACCRINGTON, Lanes. 1-1250 ;
16-139 (1)2); cotton 7-2880.

Accrue (0! net) 19-4121).

Acct. (0bbrev.) 1-29d.

Accum, F. C. 1-219d; 6-5960;
11-4830.

A0(cf:1m)bent 11-260h ; 16-328d

ACCEMULATIO? 1-1250 ; in-
surance 14-66 0.

ACCUMULATOR 1-1260 ;
9-1890 ' dredging 8-5710;
hydrau i0 22-2270, 14-950,
14-950; telegraph 26-5130;
traction 27-1230.

Accursed, mts., Turk. :
Prokletia.

Accursio, Mainardo 21-3121).

ACCURSIUS, FRANCISC US 1-
1341); 23-5760.

-—-, Mariangelo : are Aceorso.

ACCUSATION 1-1340 : see also
Indictment.

ACCUSA'I‘IVE 1-1340.

Acdestis (zooL) 17-7811).

ACE 1-1340; 2-7130; 3-1900.

Accdera, Sp. 25-530 (C3).

ACELDAMA 1-134d.

Acelhuate, riv., b‘alv. :
Asalguate.

Aeelum, It. 15-26 (C2): see also
Asolo.

Acenaphthalene 1-134d.

ACENAPI-ITHENE 1-134d.

Acephala : Lamelli-
branehia.

ACEPHALI 1-1350.

Acephalina 12-5600.

Acephalocyst 1-1350.

ACEPHALOUS (dict.) 1-150.

Acequia, riv., Tex. 24-1200.

Acequias 25-532d.

Acequina, Ariz. 2-544 (03).

Acer 17-6640 ; 20-5510;
China 21-7810.

—- cam estre : see Maple.

-— ina 0 25-13d.

— nsigne 21-197b.

— lobelli 27-4210.

— macrophyllum: an Large-
leaved maple.

—-monspessulanum 20-5560.

— platanoides : 000 Norway
maple.

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Acetobutyric 001d 6-550.
—— ester 6- 0.
Acetogiutaric ester 12-144d.
Acetonamines 15-7620.
ACETONE 1-136b ; boiling
oint 25-9410; in cordite
-139b ; medicine 18-1970.
-— dicarhoxylic acid 6-3980.
— dicarboxylic ester 6-540.
—dicthyl suiphone: ace Sul-
phonal.
— di-propionic acid 6-540.
— oxalic ester 6-5411.
Acetenitrile 17-4960; 6-690;
22-5300.
Acctonyl acetone 15-762d.
Acctonyiacetophenone 1-1 36d;
11-357d

see Man-

para- :

con-
micro-

Aceto-ortlio-eoumaric acid 7-

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Ac arm'nna (Aristophanes) 2-
499d; 20-8600.

Achat, Droit d‘ 8-5880.

ACHATES (myth.) 1-1420.

Achates, riv.. Sic. : ace Drillo.

Achatina 11-5260 ; 13-4460.

Achatinellidae 13-860.

Ache. Count d’ 24-7220; 21-
8730.

Acheen, Sum. : see Achin.

Achelous (myth.) 1-7790; 12-
4780; 13-3461).

ACHELOUS, riv., Gr. 1-1420;
12-440 (C2).

Achemann, Som. : sec Beth.

Achen, Sum. : see Achin.

-—, pass, Ans. 3-4 (B3).

Achenau, riv., Fr. 16-923d.

Acllll2EdNBAcl-I, ANDREAS 1-

—, Oswald 1-142d.

Achene 11-256b.

Achenkirch, Aus. 3-4 (B3).

Achenkoil, riv., India 14-382
((115); 27-2160.

Achenthal, Ans. :
kirch.

ACI-IENWALL, GO'I‘I'FRIED
1-142d; 25-8060.

Achercs, Fr. 10-778 (A5).

Achern, Ger. 11-808 (114).

Achernar (astron.) 9-740d; 7-

130110“.
ACHERO (myth.) 1-1430;
25-106

-—, riv., Gr. 12-440 (B1).

—, riv., N.Z. 19-624 (1)5).

Acherontia. : see Death's head
moth.

Acherusia. Chersonosus:
Babe, cape, Turk.As.
— palus, It. : sce Fusaro.
Aehery, Lue d' 17-188d.
Acheson,E.G.5-3130;9-233b;

11-3610; 12-3650.
Acheta campestris: see Field
cricket.

ace Subers

Gr.,

'6

see Achen-

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6-168 .

Achik-kol, lake, 'l‘urkest. 6-168
(D2): 15-9390; 15-9400.
Achik-kuduk. Turkest. 6-168

(E1); 12-166d.
Achik-tagh, nits. Turkest. 15-

9400.
Achikulak, dist, Russ. 25-
816d

Achill head, Ire. 14-744 (A3).

ACHILL, 1.11., Lre. 14439.; 14-
744 (A3).

-—-, sound, Ire. 14-744 (B3).

Achillbcg, 10]., Ire. 14-744 (A3)

Achillea 6-8120; 13-7680;
strata 1-7540; divination
6-91011; milletolium: see
Yarrow.

Achilleion (Corfu) 7-1451).

ACHILLES 1-14311; 1-452b;
Amazons 1-7900; Antilo-
chusZ-126d; b0rrow3-442b;
Chalcidian vase 12-477 b;
Olbi0 cult 20-640; Scyros
legends 24-525d ; statue,
Hyde Parka-5480; tortoise
problem 28-970d.

Achilles, Kan. 15-654 (131).

—, V0 28-118 (F3).

“ Achilles " (shi ) 24-8920.

ACHILLES TA IUS 1-1440;

12-5150.
Achilleus. St 5-498d.
—- (emperor) 9-89d.
Acnilleus Portus, Gr. 12-440
J

i).
ACHILLINLALESSANDRO 1-
1141); 1-9271»; 2-2820.
—, (‘luudio 1-1111).
—-, (Giovanni l-‘ilotco 1-1441).
—, .l. 1'. 14-9081).
ACHIMENES 1-1440.
AchinI Sum. : are Kotaraja.
ACHIN. govt., Sum. 1-1440;
26-71 A2); 26-7211.
-—,lri4vd.. um. 26-71 (A1); 1-

4 .
Achinov (Cossack 23-1001d.
Achinsk, Sib. -10 (E3) ;
25-171»: 28-01512.
Achior 15-54211.
Achipnr, India 14-376 (N8).
Achiriw : an Dioptase.
Achirus tasciatus : see Ameri—
can sole.
Achish 7-8550; 21-4030.
Achit-nor,10k0, China 18-7 11d.
Achivi: sec Achaeans.
Achkan 14-4 190.
A'Chlair, lake, Scot. :
Chlalr, loch a’.
Achlamu : sec Akhlsml.
Achlamydeous 10-5590.
Achmatite : see Epidote.
Achmatovsk, Russ. 8-2890 ;
6-256d ; 21-179b ; 27-10630.
Achmcd : see Ahmed.
Achmednuggur, India :
Ahmednagar.
Achmelvich, Scot. 24-412 (Cl).
Achmet : sea Ahmed.
Achmet-Ags. (general) 4-781d.
Achmet—Aga (Budorus), riv.,
Gr. 9-866b.
Achmetha, Pers.: see Hams-

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Achorutidae 2-2340.

Achradina, Syracuse 26-296
(plan) 26-2970; 26-3000;
26-3011).

Achras disecta : sec Acana.

-— sapota : see Supodillo.

Achray, lake, Scot. 24-418
(02); 21-262b.

—, riv., Scot. 15-6960.

Achrids, Turk. : su- Ochrida.

A (fhroisg, lakeI Scot. : see
Chroisg. loch 0.

Achroite 27-103d.

Achromat 1-600 ; 18-4000.

Achromstic figure (bioL) 7-

7141).

—len51-59d;8-2450; 26-5601);
Dollond‘s 8-3920.

ACHROMA’I‘ISM (optics) 1-
145d ' 1-590.

Achroodcxtrin III. : see Melto-
dcxtrin.

Acht 3-305d.

Aclizulrrawe, tort, Scot. 14-

Achtcrinannshbhe, mt., 001-.
4-ossa.

Achthoés : see Khetl.

Achulla, Tun. : see Badria.

Achupallas, E0. 8-9190.

Achuyev, Russ. 23-872 (I. F4).

Achuyevskaya. penin., Russ.

Achvaras al moor, Scot. : geo-
logy 4-9590.

Achwal point, Braz. 1-785
(map .

Achyla 11-3380.

Achyrophorus Quitensls 8-
915b.

Achzib, Pal. : see Zib, Ez-.

Aci Castcllo, It. 26-1880.

Acicula 11-5150.

— lineata 25-284b.

Acicular 18-5100.

Aciculidae 11-5150.

ACID 1-145d; 6-300; 6-510;
affinities 9-2220 ; organic
1-1461); pharmacology 21-
3500; specific rotation 25-
8930 ' tyges 6-40b.

AC_IDAI.IU ,VALENS 1-1410.

Acid alizarin 6-7500.

— albumins 1-5141).

ACID AMIDB 1-1470; 6-51b.

—— amide-chlorides 6-510.

— anhydride 6-511).

Acidaspis 20-237d.

Acidava, Rum. : one Jenn-

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1-1481).
—, LOUISE V. C. 1-1480; 11-
1461).
—, RUDOLPH 1-1480.
—, S. C. : see Schriider, S. C.
Ackcrmanville, P0. 21-108

(M4).
Ackerville. Ala. 1-460 (B3).
Aekley, 10. 14-732 (D2).

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—. IIICETAS 1-150d :12-5190.

Aoomys 23-4430.

Acona, Miss. 18-600 (B2).

Aoonaemys 23-4450.

Am mt., S.Am. 2-462
(CS); 1-962d; ascents 18-
9380 7-700; height 6-1430;
8-4860.

AOONCAGUA. rov.. CM]. 1-
1510; 2-462( 1 60 B3); min-
dais 6-1501).

—. rim. Chi]. 1-1510.

AOONCIO, GIACOMO 1-1511).

Aconnic 1-15

AOONITE (Aoonitum) 1-1510 ;
13-1680; 21-77711; flower
08:00.0 .1";

. - g. ; 11
21-8951) ; Siberia 2:340 ;
lyrtematic sltion 22-8961).

Aconltic acid 3980.

Aeonitinc 1-15ld.

Aconitum: as: Aconlte.

— lyooctonum : see Wolisbane.

— mpellus : are Monkshood.

Aconquija, mts., Arg. 2-462
(02); 24-193d.

Acontias 28-155d.

Acontistes 9-6701).

Acontium, mt., Gr. 26-1720.

ACONTXUS (Akontios) 1-152d.

Ami-an (religion) 12-6506.

Aeores, Port. 25-530 (B2).

—. 1515., AtLO. : see Azores.

Acgsrgsb (king 0! Egypt) 9-

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Acrkuapendsnte, It. 15-4 (C3);
1 -130

Aoquarossa, Switz. 26-242 (F4 ).

Acquasanta, It. 20-599 (map).

Acquaviva (family) 2-87 70.

—, Claude 15-3440.

—. Giulio 5-7631).

—, Rudolio 23-2880.

Ac unvlva. It. 6-5710.

A 111, It. 1-1540- 15-4 (B2):
Agume Statlo1ino) 15-26
B ); springs 18-5190.

Acgiircd characters 13-3530;

~908b; 28-10366.

Aoquisitiveness 21-5366.

Acra, Go.Cst. : ace Accra.

Acé'mbcitadel, Jerusalem 15-

33 .

Acrahhln, dist... Arah.: see
Akrabatinc.

Acriuéa It. 15-26 (E6); 26-

29 .

Acraea, dish, Gr. 2-4800.

Acraea nnemosa 18-4961).

Acraelnae 18-4770 ; distri-
bution 16-4700; mimicry
6-734b.

Acragas, Sic-.2 see Agrlgentum.

Acrngas (Fiume San Biagio),
riv.. Sic. 1-423d.

Acrania 1-8870.

Acraslae : ace Sorophora.

Acrnsis 19-105d.

Acre Lanes. 16-139 (D2).

Acnir. ('Akka, St Jean 0'
Acre, Ptolemals), Pal. 1-

154b; 20-602 (13-013); coin-
21-4540; medal (1841)

18300; siege (75 11.0.) 26-
9691); siege (1189) 1-154d;
siege (1291) 9-1001); siege
(1799) 11-1940' slegs(1831)
10-19).; tempfars 20-5941).
26-5950.

—, bay, Pal. 21-602 (8-03).

—-, dist., Braz. 1-785 (map);
1-1540; 4-1770.

ACRE,riv. Braz.1-154a;1-785

(m01));4-167 A1); 1-7860.

ACRE (measure 1-1550; 4-

592 .
Acrecbolio (Plenrembolic) 11-
5111)

Acrednla 26-1030d.
Acrotair Wales 9-428 (V. E2).
Acrel, 0111 20-129...
Acze, West, Nor-1.: sec West

are.

Acria Athena 2-8286.

Acridiidae 13-4211); 12-3770;

' circulatory sys-
tem 18-422b.

ACR1DlNE1-155a; 6-720.

—- dyes

Acrkglnio acid 1-155b ;

5 o.
Acridinium iodide 1-1551).
Aclradlsusrg 16-858d; migration

0.
Acridone 1-1551).
Acridlotherss tristis: see My-

na .
Aorinyl isothlocyanate 19-980.
Acrislus t Argos) 7-793b;

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Acromial nerve (supra-acro-
mial) 19-3980.

Acromio-clavicular articula-
tion 15-4850.

Acromio-thoracio artery 2-
6670.

Acromyodl 3-9690.

AGRON ( hyslcian) 1-155d.

—, Hole us: see Acro.

Acro-nauplia, Gr. : sec Pala-
midhi.

Acropetal succession 11-3350 ;
23-712b.

Acro hony 9-62d.

ACR POLIS(dict.)1-15Ba.

—- Gr. (Athens) 2-832, 2-838
(plans) ; classical period 2-
837b; excavations 2-8330,
12-4711); hei ht 12-426d;
inscriptions 4-6270, 2-
8; ' 1) ; Minoan influence 7-
423b; museum 2-8410. ; Par-
thenon 20-8690 (63.); war
or Greek Independence 12-

495b.
)(liiycenae) 19-1040

— Gr.
( lan .
-— r. (S arta) 25-6140.
Aclnsgro 1'1‘ , GEORGE 1-
0.

Acropomatidae 26-5450.

Acrorea, dist., Gr. 9-278d.

Acrosalenia 15-5700.

Acrosalenildae 8-8811).

Acrosoma 25-666b.

Acrospire 17-501b.

ACROSTIC 1-l56b ; Boccacio’s
use 4-103b; Hebrew litera-
ture 16-1260, 19-1530.

Acrostichites r1n002f020-543d.

Acrostollon -863 .

Akrosto-

Acrostomum : see
mum.

Acroteleutia (dict.) 14-1830.

ACROTERIUM (ax-ch.) 1-156d.

Acrotreta 5-870.

Acrotretidae 4-3660.

Acrnlocercus 3-9741).

Acrydildao : see Acrldiidae.

Acrydium: see Acridium.

Agrlyllium 12-6970.

A (dict.) 1-156d : are also
Statute: Act 0! Parliament;
Act on Petition.

Acta (Roman law) 1-156d.

Ada Archelai' 17-572d.

AcfiGbAuousIana (Luther) 17-

Ada collem'i {rah-um Arvalium
14-6370 ' 2-7110.

ACTA DIURNA (records) 1-
157b; 19-5441).

Actaea s icata: sec Banebcrry.

Aei'ligE N (myth.)1-157c; 24-

a.
Ac(thaeon, isls. 1300.0. 20-436

17 , 20-9 60.
Actaeon (2001.) 11-5201): 11-
5210; 11-5171).
—- viridis : see Elysia.

Actaeonidao 11-5210.
Erudilorum 21-158b.
Actaeus : see Zeus Actaeus.
Acta Populi : see Acta Diurna.
— Publica : see Acta Diurna.
Ada Sandorum 4-177d.

ACTA SENATUS 1-1570.

Act: Thomas : see Thomas,

0!): 0/.
Acta triumphorum 14-6370.
Acto cape, Gr. (Attica)
2-5321.
— , enin., Gr. (Macedonia) 12-
4 0 (C4) : sec also Athos.
Ache Additionnel (France 1815)
10-922b ; 10-863d.

Ache do Survivance (Holland
1631) 13-5980.

14%.)‘ ct Paroles (Hugo) 13-

a.

Actia (games) 1-1591).

Actiaca Aera (Action era) :
see Actiuxn, era of.

Actia N icopolis, Ep. :
N icopolis.

" Actii " (law case) 24-990.

Actinelidn 22-8040.

Actinella grnndifloro :
Pygmy Sunflower.

Actinia 2-970: 2-1006; repro-
duction 23-1170.

— mesemhryanthomum 16-
9751).

Actinic correction 1-600.

— radiation 13-1520.

Actiniidca 2-1020 ; 2-1041).

Actinistia 14-2480; 14-248d ;
systematic position 26-5-i2d.

Actinium 22-7950; 21-663b;
22-798b

Actinohlast : see Sclcroblast.
Actinobolus 14-5611).
Actinocamax 5-8061).
Actlnocephalidae 12-5600.
Actinoccphalus 12-5600
Actinocoras 5-6930; 8-1280;
20-23711.
Actinoceratidae 5-6930.
Actinocrinidae 8-878d.

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AC'l'lNOZOA‘ 1-1580.

Actinula 14-172d;
(688-)-

Actio ( aw) 1-1581).

—— dlrecta 27-2541).

- furti 7-4550.

Action (chemical): see Chemical
action.

— drama 8-4760.

A lON (aw) 1-l58b; aban-

donment 1-6d; abatement

-7c; actionable wrongs
27-65b, 27-660 ; covenant

, 7-330d; Greek law12-505b '
history 9-0031; joinder of
causes 15-4760; mainten-
ance 17-442d; on the case
5-4440, 27-640, 23-5671) ;
original writ 00-3491 ;
Roman law: ace Legis actio.

icgonella 74585111159
0 o o u or - a.

-— utifis l217-2541).

Actipylaea: see Acantharia.

Actissa 22-803d.

ACTIUM, Gr. 1-l590;12-440
(B2); 24-864d. -

—, ca , Gr. 12-440 (B2); 23-

646 ; 1-4260.

Actium, era of 6-3160.

Actius Syncerus: see Sanna-
zaro. Jacopo.

Active mass (chem.) 6-271).

Activism (phiios.) 9-8780.

Activity, Ala. 1-460 (134).

Act of God 1-1570; 1-3041);
5-4080.

— oi , 1-1570.

—- o! onour 1-1570.

—ot Indemnity Uniformity,
8:0. : sec Indemnity, Uni-

iormity, 8:0.

ACT OF PARLIAMENT 1-
159b ; 8-3390; see also
Statute.

— 0! state 12-7851).

— ot the Holy See 7-639d.

Acton, Cardinal C. J. 31-1610.

-—, E. H. 21-7490.

ACTON, J. E. E. DALBERG
Acton, 1st baron 1-159d.

—- John 9-6040.

Aé'rou, SIR JOHN F. E. 1-
160d ; 10-2640.

—, Gen. Joseph E. 1-1610.

—, Sir Richard E. 7-7631).

Acton, Cal. 5-8 D4).

ACTON, dist., idx. 1-1610;
16-942 (C2)‘ 18-4140.

-, 1nd.14-422 (F5).

—, Mass. 17-852 (E2).

— (South). 1100-. 17-852 (E2).

-—, Mo. 17-434 (B5).

—, Minn. 18-550 (C5).

—Burnell. Salop 9-420 (III.
131); castle 24-1022d; manor
house 17-5980; statute of

25-814d.

AC1‘ ON PETITION 1-161b;
divorce 21-832d; ecclesi-
astlcal 21-833d.

Acton Scott beds 5-3001).

Actonvalc. Can. 22-724 (D3).

Actopan, Mex. 13-440b.

Actors and Acting 8-4800;
8-520d; 8-525d; aesthetic
theory 10-3620; ecclesias-
tlcai ordinances 26-7360;

14-1731)

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ancient Greece 8-4930;
China 8-4861)’ England 8-
5320., 8-5340; Erance 8-5110;
1nd108-4830; Italiancomedy
8-5051); J0 an 15-1700;
medieval into crance 8-496d;
Rome 8-4950.

ACTS 01-‘ THE APOSTLES
1-161b' 3-8740; author-
ship 17-1180; chronology
3-891d; Pentecostal gift 01

tongues 27-91) ; Pauline
Epistles 20-939b.
Acts of Thccia: see Paul and

Theda, Ads 0/.

Ads 0/ the Martyrs 12-5200;
24-4040.

Act Sunday 1-1570.

—— Term 1-157a.

Actuariae 4-97b.

Actuaries, Institute 0! 2-78b ;
14-6660; examinations 10-

43d.

Actuarius 8-7656.

AOTUARY 1-1660; 14-6660;
Price's calculations 22-3141) ;
U.S. 14-666d.

Acig: (unit 01 measure) 28-

0.

Adus Ponlificum Cenomontl
in urbe dc miium 7-9171).
Actus Verce lenses : sec Peter,

Acts oi’.
Acu, Braz. 4-440 (K3).
Acregdo, El (conierenoe) 2-

Aculco, Mex. 13-4496.

Aculeata 14-180h ; 14-1790;
6-734d.

Acullicar: see Chacchar.

Acuilico 6-6146.

ACUMINATE dict.) 1-1660.

Acumincum n . 21-3050.

Acumontla 0-309 .

Acltgrgi, CHRISTOVAL DE 1-

-—-, Hernando de 25-5820.

Acunea, Ferrando d' 5-502d.

Acunum Fr. 2 see Montelimar.

ACUPRESSURE 1-1661).

ACUPUNCTURE 1-1661); 4-
660 - -1260.

Acus ('myth. 12-4020.

Acush net, ass. 17-852 (F3);
10-1331).

——-, riv., Mass. 17-852 (F3).

Acusilaus 12-5121); 16-9191).

Acute accent 1-1121).

-— angle 2 5a.

— anterior poliomyelitis : In
Infantile aralysis.

— bisectrix -5880.

— hydrocephalus; see Menin-
gitis, tubercnlar cerebral.
-- spreading myelitis 20-7630.
-—2yéclliiow atrophy 6-7490; 8-

Acvinl (astron.) -9960.

Acworth, Ga. 11-752 (Bl).

-—, N.B. 19-490 (Cb).

Acyclic 10-5600.

Acyclidae -763o.

Acyclus 23-7630.

Acyl (of Wadai) 29-225d.

A051 compounds 3-756b.

A. . (0bbrev.) 1-27b ; 1-29d.

Ada (0! Carla) 5-3300.

-— lialicarnassns) 12-8376.

-— oi Loon) 13-6070.

Ad Ala. 1-460 (C3).

-, ich. 10-372 (E7).

——, Minn. 18-550 (A3).

—, 0. 20-26 (C3).

Okla. 20-58 (E3 .

-—, W.Va. 26-560 ( 4).

-— : ace Adda.

Adah : see Blsmya.

— literature 2-2730.

ADABAZAR, Turk.As. 1-15515
2-760 (D2).

Adabelle, Ga. 11-752 (E3).

Adacnarco 18-1221).

Adacna vitrca 5-453d.
Ada Co. Ida. 14-276 (A4):
14-2771) ; springs 14-2760.
ADAD 1-1660; dress 9-676d,
7-230b; inscription 14-619b'
symbol 3-1120 ; temple 0
Assur 2-7 880, 3-1020. See
also Hudnd.

Adardzdo, cape, Somlnd. 25-379

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tus).
—-(d'Arras): see Adam (de la

Hal .

—- (DE LA HALE) 1-171b;
2-1160; music 19-75a.

-- (de Marsh, de Marisco) :
see Marsh, Adam.

-- (l'Alne) ; see Adam, L. S.

— (le Jeune) : see Adam, N. S.

—- OF BREMEN) 1-1710;

inland 28-98b.

— (of St Victor) 2-9106 ;
14-1860. .

— (SCOTUS) 1-181d.

— (family of architects), 1-
172d. See also Adam, Ito ert.

—, A. E. 1-1720.

—, ALEXANDER 1-1710.

—, FRANCOIS G. B. 1-1720.

—, SIR FREDERICK 1-17ld;
19-1701).

—-, James 1-1730.

— John (Indian governor) 4-
7270; 14-1121).

—-, JULI‘E'i'I‘E 1-172a.

—, LAMBERT S. 1-1 12b.

-—-, MELCHIOR 1-1720.

-—-, NICOLAS S. 1-172b.

—, PAUL (novelist) 1-1720.

—, Paul Gabriel (chemist) 6-

3980.
— ROBERT 1-172d: ceiiin
5-5960; chair 11-364 ( 1.
. fig. 12); chimney ieces
6-1660, 6-7380; Edin 1 h
ubiic buildings 8-938 ;
lasgow Royal Infirmary 12-
83a; influence on late de-
signs 21-801d (fig. ; side-
boards 25-390; Sion House
4-4970.
-—, WILLIAM (lawyer) 1-173d:
10-7631).
Adam, Rum. 23-826 (01).
—,bav Austr. 2-960 (E2);

- 30.
—, 101.. Md. 17-828 (04).
—, mt, Fails. Is. 10-151d.

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—, JOHN COUCH 1-1770 - 15-
6640; logarithms 16-876d:
discovery Neptune 19-
3860' tidal friction 26-9450.

—, JO QUINCY (pres. US.)
1-178d; 27-6960; 18-7300:
Pan - American movement
20-671b; Smithsonian 1n-
stitution 25-2730.

—,1J9bn Quincy (lawyer) 1-

7.10.

—, M. A. 1-229d ; 8-2920.

--, Phineas 21-1540.

—, SAMUEL 1-1800; 17-8601);
17-862b; statues 4-292b,
16-5270, 27-6736.

—, Suzanne 19-83b.

-—, THOMAS (divine) 1-180d.

—, Thomas (soldier) 14-40811.

—, \V. (Ipottcr) 5-743d.

—, W. ridrres 22-820b.

—-, ‘V. G. 1-178b; on mag-
netic storms 17-3770.

—, WILLIAM navigator) 1-

1810; 15-23 d , Japanese

ships designed 15-1030, 15-

2120; letters 11-627b.

. W. 8., on sun spots 26-

89b ' on surface rotation 01’

sun 6-861).

Adams, Ga. 11-752 (134).

-—-, Ill. 14-304 (A4).

—. 1nd. 14-422 (F 6).

ADAMS, Mass. 1-181b;
852 (All.

—, Minn. 8-550 (E7).

—-, Mo. 18-608 (A-B3).

—, Mont. 14-276 02).

—, N.Dak. 19-78 (F1).

—, Neb. 19-324 (H41);

-—-, N.Y. 19-596 (D- 2).

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182d; 14-382 (Ii6);5-7780;
3001. 5-7791).

— Run S.C. 25-500 éD-i).

-—Statlon, 11111-8. 1s- 00 (as).

Adamsthal, Ans- 18-81717.

Adamston, “Iva. 28-560 (C2).

Adlgmstown, Md. 17-828 (1)

Scotland Ry. Co. 2-326b.
Adagisville, Ala. 1-460 (132).
P0. 21-106 (132 .

, 11.1. 29-249

—, Tenn. 26-62 ( ).

—. Utah 27-814 (C5).

Adamu: see Adapa.

Ea-u! (Grotius) 12-

6 .
AdamuzfSp. 25-530 (C3): 7-
Adlua. N b‘ ‘ 20 873
am 0. ew 1 - 5;
20-874d. mug

DANA Asia M. 1-182d; 2-
760 (F7); 13-24311; 27-46-10;

Bagdad railway 3-107b;

massacre (1909) 27-4640.
vil., Asia M. 1-182d; 2-

760 (13-05 0111); 9-1121);
27-443b.

Adan (de la Hale): see Adam
(de in Halo).

Adnnero, Sp. 25-530 (C2).

Adans, isi. MaLPen. 17-413

A.
Adang Bay, Bor. 4-257 (C3).
Ad-(lglkillé, dist... Go.(.‘st. 12-203

—. tribe 12-2040,: dialect 12-
2114b.

Adana : see Adenes 10 R01.

Adansi. mts. 12-203 (B3).

—, tribe 1-329d; 2-725b.

ADANSON, MICHEL 1-1830.

Adémgonia digitata: see Bao-

a .

— Gregorii :
stemmed tree.

— sterculia 11-8011).

Adant, Gustave 26-4311.

Ada a 1-1690; 3-1070; 24-

7 30.
Adapis 17-5260; 22-3370;
28-1009d

Adapisorex 14-64411.
Adaplsoriculus 14-6441).
ADAPTATION (0101,.) 1-1830.
—- (1110].) 1-1830; 27-912b '
20-589d: direct
28-10371); fishes 20-58911,
148250d, 2-15b: plants 21-

77 a.
Adapter (0hem.) 8-3190.
Adaptive radiation 20-5890.
Adaptor (rifle) 23-3360.

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Adar, riv., Afr. 19-698 (CG).

Adar (bot) 2-2580.

—(mn11th) 4-1000d; 6-3150;
28-9930.

A-dara-kalama 9-1061).

Adluzigama, Sud. 26-9 (D2); 9-

d.
Adararit, Sud. 9-40 (C4).
Adaray, Aby. : are llarrar.
Adare, Ire. 14-744 (C4); 16-
6940; hail 22-6400.
-—, ca 0. Antarc. 21-961 (H);
21- 64c ; 21-9701).
Adarl. Aby. : see Harrar.
Adarnases 13-69311.
Adasa, l’al. 17-197d.
Adsashcv, Alexis 15-890: 29-

Adans'pring, \V.AUB. 2-960

Adata, Asia M. : see Hadath.
Adana Somlnd. 25-379 (02).
Adavale, Queens. 2-960 (05).
Adawites 8-750.

Admit:L Mingrat (general) 4-

68
Adbeel (bibL) 14-8700.
Ad Bivium. It. 16-4d.
A.D.C. (abbrev.) 1-4350. .
Adacotg. mansion, Salon 26-

l.) .
Add,4r riv., Scot. 24-418 (A2):

2- 0.
Adda, “2A1. : see Addah.
—, tort. Alexandria 9-1200.
—, mt., Egy. 9-40 (B3) ; 9-760.
ADDA (Addua , rlv.. It. 1-
2)' (ancient)
15-20; battle
223 11.0. 10-4770. battle
1~1_)90) 20-6 : Milan canal 15-
a.
— riv., Sud. 19-693 (A6).
Added, Doctrine. : see Doctrfna

Adduu.
Addah, G0.Cst. 12-203 (C4);
12-20-10.
Addai : see Thaddaeus.
Addaia-shuogchol-meer, mt.,
Cauc. 6-553b.
ADDAMS, JANE 1-183d.
Adda Mullah: see Hadda
Mullah.
Addanki, India 14-382 (H12 .
Addan-tso, lake, China. 6-1 8
A dar, Bas, Tun.: sec Ben.

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Addington, Henry : see Sid-
mouth, 15!; Viscount.
Addington, Kent 16-942 (F3) :
17-492

-a.
-, 011111. 20-58 (1)3).
—, Sur. 16-9-12 (D3 ; 7-5201);
17-58811.

strait, Sum. 26-71 (A, B3).
Addis 10°04, Aby.: see Adis

Aét‘ipaba'b 111m 11

1500171 B m ry CO ege
2-0150 ; 7-5201).

Addisham, Kent: see Adl-

sham.

ADDISON, JOSEPH 1-1840;
drama 8-5280 ; essays
9-777d; hymns 14-194b;
literary criticism 1-2880;
satire 24-229b; social in-
iluence 9-6320.

—, Thomas 18-54d ; 18-630.

Addison, Ala. 1-460 (B1).

_ Co. Vt. 19-400 (ii-Ba).

ADDISON’S DISEASE 1-187b :
20-0220.

- Walk, oxmi-a 20-4090.

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Adela, e abbess)1-1886.

ADELAI E em ress)1-188b;
13-2760; 5- 90; 20-3731).

— (Adelicia, English queen. m.
110 1.) 13-2811); 26-163b.

—- (Eng ish queen. in. Wi '
IV.) 8-6640: 17-5130.

-— (French queen, :0. Hugh
Capet) 13-8580.

-— (French queen. in. Louis V.)
17-350.

—- (French queen, in. Louis VI.)
17-15611; 18-787b.

— queen 01 ltaly) 28-260.

—- of Tirol) 26-10110.

— of Turin) 24-2540.

Adelaide, Colo. 6-722 (E3).

—, 00. 11-752 (E3).

ADELAIDE, S.Aus. 1-188d ;
2- 60 (F6); bishopric 4-
' 8'1 0; library 16-5610; obser-

( vatory 19-960d: raintali2-

9-1711, 25-4940; university
27-7750, 1-1890, 27-771d,
27-7790 (hoods).

-—, Tas. 26-438 (112).

-—. land, Antarc. 21-961 (M);
21-9030.

—, penin., Can. 5-160 (K2).
-— riv., S.Aus. 2-960 (E2); 2'
943a; exploration 2-9620.
ADELARD (of Bath) 1-1890;

24-350d; 27-1840.
Adelardi, G. degli 10-2830.
Adelasia (ot Sardinia) 9-6611) ;

21-2 6d.

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426b; zs- 42b.
Adigars (title) 5-7846.

ADlGE, riv., It. 1-192b; 3-4
133); 15-4 (D2); 15-26
(C2); 15-27a ' in Austria
2-9711); in Italy 15-20.

Adlgerat (Adigherat), Aby. :
see Adigrat.

Adighch : see Cherkesses.

Adi-011mm : see Grrmfll.

Adlgrat, Aby. 1-83 (map): 1-
860; coal -bcarin beds 1-
851); Italian expo tlon 15-
77d. 15-780.

— sandstone 1-85b.

Adil I. (of E? 1. 9-980;
Jogpa taken1 - 0 a; truce
wi h John of Brienne 15-
41120' l E t) 9 99

— . (0 - a.

—- (of Persltiggl-235l).

Adilabad, India 14-382 (H10).

—, dist., India 14-382 1110).

Adll Khan: see Ibrah m Adil
Shah 1.; Yusu! Adil Shah.

Adil Pasha 21-8390.

Adils: see Eadgils.

Adil Shahl (Bi apur dynastv)
14-4021); 20- 78d; 14-4331).

Adim, riv., Arab. 2-264 (F6);
12-799d

Adin, Cal. 5-8 (Cl).
Adina, mosque, Gaur 14-432d.
Adine, Ark. 2-552 (04).
Adineta 23-759d ; 23-7630.
Adlnida: see Prorocentraccae.
Avdinols 19-2190,.
Adi to acid 19-169a; 23-989d.
AD OCERE 1-1920.
Adipocerite : see Hatchettite.
Adipose tissue 6-959h.
Adiquala. N.E.Af. 9-7460.
Adirampataln, India :
Adrsmpct.
Adirszan-ula, mta, Tib. 5-168

(112).

Adirondack Park, N.Y.1-193b;
19-596 ((11).

ADIHONDACKS, N.Y.

; 19-596 (F-GI); 27-

' fauna 27-6330; geo-
lorry -267a; lumber reen-
lations 10-6571), 16-807b;
minerals 19-595a, 19-597d.

Adirondack Wilderness, N.Y.
1-1936.

Adls riv., Mor. 18-851 (D4).

Ans ABABA, All)’. 1-1931);
1-83 (map); 19-693 (D6);
treaty (1896) 1-941), 1-3460,
15-78d: treaty (1907) 4-
606a.

Adi Samaj (sect) 4-3890.

Adish, mt-., Cauc. 5-551b; 5-
5521).

Adlsham. Kent9-424 (IV. E4);
28-79211

Adis Han-0r, Aby.: see Dire

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ADJEGI‘IVE (dict) 1-1930;
in logic 6-835b.

— colours 1-1930; 21-597d.

-- law 1-1930 ' 22-408d.

Adji-Darla, gull, Turkest. : see
Kara-boghaz.

Adlidja, Itllm. 23-826 (D2).

Adjisu tribe: sec Misu.

anggilnsmssr (di 1;.) 1-

0.

Adlud, Rum. 23-826 (Cl).

ADJUDICA'I‘ION (law
1938:; in bankruptcy 3-3270,

10- a.
ADJUNCT(dict.)1-193d.
—— group 12-61100.
Adjunta, India: see Ajanta.
Adjuntas, P.11. 22-124 (A2).
Adjusts?) : see Adjutagc.
ADéggS MENT 1-193 ; 3-
ADJU'I‘AGE 1-193d.
ADJUTANT (title) 1-193d;

1-435a; 14-5320.
—(leptoptllus) 15-1030; 3-

975d; fossil 3-97lb; mara-

bout feathers 10-2290;

throat-bag 3-968d.
ADJUTANT-GENERAL 1-

194a; 2-610b;1-435a; stat!

25-7540.
Adiutators (1647): see Agi-
tators.
Adiygarh, India: are Ajaigarh.
Ad an (of Sennar) 26-150.
Adlectlo (law 23-6490.
Adlcr, Dr. (p yslclan) 11-370.
—, Dr. (rolitician) 3-350.
—, FEL , 1-194a.
—, Hermann 26-292b.
-—, Kas
— N. ii . .
Adler, riv., Aus. 2-971a; 4-
122b.

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01 France 19-3020, 19-2105d,
19-306a ; of St John of
Jerusalem 24-140 : of the
Blue 19-3041) ; of the Fleet
19-2990, 19-304b, 1-195b;
of tho \Yhite 19-11041).

" Admiral" (battleship) 24-

895b.

" Admiral liourgois " (sub-
marine) 24-9210.

Admiral butterfly 16-476d.

Adlniral's regiment 17-7190.

“ Admlral‘s, Tile " : scr Lord
Adlnlral's Company, The.

" Admirnl 'l‘rellouart. " (battle-
ship) 24-906d.

Adléliralty buy, N.Z. 19-624

( 4).
—. bav, W.I. 12-5790.
—, mllf, Aus. 2-960 (1)2); 2-

942a.

-—, inlet, Can. 5-160 (M1); 3-
192d.

——, inlet, Wash. 28-354 (G4).

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Adolf : see Adolph.

Adolph (of Bavaria-Munich)
3-5470.

—- V. (of Berg) 15-6360.

— VII. (of Ilcrg) 16-691d;
15-4450.

—- (of Cloves) 11-5560.

— (archbp. of Cologne) 11-
842d; 21-3840.

— (oi Geldcrland) 11-556d ;
12-699b.

—- I. (of Holstein) 24-335d.

—II. (of Holstein) 17-800; 24-
33511.

— III. (of Holstein) 5-223a;
12-874d; 24-335d.

—— VIII. (of Holstein) 24-3361).

— (of Jiilich-Bcrg) 15-549d ;
3-771d.

-—— ll. (01 La Merck) : see La
Mal-ck, Adolf 11.. ("ount of.

— (of Nassau) 19-2510; nd-
duke of Luxembnrg 1 4450,
a-670d; order of (1853)
15-865d ; order 0! the Golden
Lion 15-865d.

— 11. (01 Nassau) 17-444d; 8-
841a.

—- (ot Nucnsr) 27-826b.

ADOLPH 0F NASSAU (Ger-
man king) 1-21ll); 18-850;
19-4181); 11-8-160.

Adolphe (Constant) 6-9870.

Adolphe Bridge 4-536a.

Adstalghus (Christian name) 2-

0.

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ADRIANI, G. B. 1-217a.
— M. 14-9070.
summons, Turk. 14m;
27-426 (E2 ; battle (4.)).
324 ' battle 4.1).
378% 27-8501) ;
cap ure (1829) 23-9311) -
Russian occupation (1878)
23-9356; shippi statistics
27-4300; treaty 1829) 23-
904a, 23-837d, 27-458a.
ADRIANOPLE, vil., Turin,
1-217b: 27-426 (D-E2 ;
population 27-4260 ; si 1;
reduction 25-104b; taxes
7-433b.
Adrianus : see Adrian.
Adzrlia Shipping Company 3-
a.
" Adriatic " (liner) 24-886a.
ADRIATIC SEA 1-218a; 15-4
§D2-F4);23-648 (D2); depth
9-974a; i’ormatinn 15-6831);
geological age 9-911d; mar-
riage ceremony 4-7l3a, 24-
552b ; Venetian acquisitions
27-1004d.
Adria Veneta, It. : see Adria.
Adn'mne Leco'uvreur (Scribe
and Legouvé) 18-380a.
Adrisrole, Ire. 14-744 (B5).
Adriinetuin (Adrumetum),
Tun. : see Hadrumetum.
Ad Ripam, Yorks. : see Ripon.
Adrogatie 1-213d; 23-5300.
Ad Salinas, Aus.: see Dolnja

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Adularia 25-646d ; 18-8071);
20-332d ; 20-333a.

Adule Bay, N.E.A1.: see An-
nesley Bay.

Aduiis, N.E.At. 9-747b; cathe-
dral 1-96a; inscription 14-
62911, 1-890, 9-8474). See also

Zuia.
ADULLAM, Pal. 1-2180; 7-
855b.

—, cave of (hist.) 1-2180.

—Cha 01, Dri hton 1-365d.

ADUL ERA'I‘ 0N 1-2180;
7-7540; district council's
powers 9-440c ; 01 brand
4-429d ; oils 20-49d. 20-52 ;
pcrtumery 21-1420 ; pig-
ments 21-5981).

Adulterine Castle 5-4790.

ADUL'I‘ERY 1-234b ; Baby-
lonian law 3-1201); Anglo-
Saxon 28-783d ; divorce 8-
337a: early Church 8-9020;
Roman law 28-783b ; wiie‘s
conlession 8-904d.

Adult lite 1-3720.

—- Schools movement 11-22811.

Aduma, Syr. 8-9490.

—— (dialect) 3-3590.

Adumu, Pal. 14-8700.

Adaéigra, isl., Mal.Ar0h.17-466

Adunata 8-8780.

Adunatio (deiflcatio) 19-125a;
9-744b.

Adanay (myth.) 17-5561).

Adun-chalon, mts., Russ.As.
27-480; 3-8170.

Adur, riv., Sus. 9-424 (IV. B5);
26-1650 ' 24-1004a.

Adurrus, riv., Fr. : see Adour.

Ad usum Deiphini (Boursault)
4-3341).

Adva, Aby. : see Adowa.

AD VALOREM DUTY .1-2340.

Advance. Ill. 14-304 (D4).

—, Ind. 14-422 (D5).

—, Mich. 18-372 (E4).

—-, Mo. 18-606 (04).

—, N.C. 19-772 (Bl-2).

" Advance " ship) 15-6501).

— (in shi bu ding) 24-954b.

ADVANC MEN'I‘ 1-235a.

Advancement 0] Learning
(Bacon) 3-1460.

Advances to Settlers A0t(1894)
19-630d.

Advance Union 7-86d.

ADVANTAGE (dict. 1-235a.

ADVEN'l‘ 1-235b; 9-69511- Ger-
man observances 10-1971).

—, Second 9-702b; 18-4610;
Christ's teaching 15-3540 ;
early Church 6-3320, 13-
62414.; Pauline teaching 20-
946d, 26-841b.

—, bay, Arct. 25-7090,.

— Christians 18-465a.

— images 1-235b.

ADVEN’I‘IS’I‘S SECOND 1-
2350: 18-4646.

ADVEN‘I‘I‘I‘ 0115 1-2350.

-—- roots 23-7120.

— shoot 25-878b.

ADVENTURE (dict.) 1-2350.

— bay, Arct. : see Advent.

-— bay, Tas. 26-438 (B2).

-—, ort, N.Z. 19-624 (B7).

"A venture"(cruiser)24-909a.

"Adventure" (ship: Cooke's)
7-71d.

"Adventure” (ship :
castle) 16-60214.

Adventure Bank. shoal 18-68a.

Adventure, bill 01 1-2350.

“Agv‘enture Galley” (ship) 15-

11.

Adventure Land, Arct. 25-
708d.

Adventurer (periodical) 13-97(1.

Adventurers oi‘ London trading
into Africa, The Company 01
11-4380.

Adventures 0/ 11! r Verdun!
Green (Bede) 3-6161).

Adventures 0/ Philip (Thacke-
ray) 26-719a.

Adventus (consul) 25-3610.

Advcrb 12-3‘290.

Adversaria (law) 23-558a.

Adversaria (von Barth) 3-447d.

Adversative conjunction 8-

94.10.

ADVERTISEMENT 1-235d;
19-545d ; French news-
paper control (1830) 19-
575b; in book distribution
22-631d, 9-6310; indecent
111-9530; law 22-301b. 11-
4470; society for checking
abuses of 1-237b.

Advertisements Regulation
Act 1907 1-238b.

— Statute 27-10610.

ADVICE (dict.) 1-241a.

Advice: to a Painter (Marvell)
24-229b.

Advice to the Farmers in East
Lothian: see Countrmnan‘s
Rudiments.

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—, Gr. (Macedonia) 12-440
(A4): are also Edessa.

Aegaes threp, battle (455)
13-268d.

Aegaeon : see Briareus.

Aegaeum, Mare, Gr.: see
A nSea.

Aega eos, mt., Gr. (Pelopon-

nesus) 12-440 (03).
——, mt., Gr. (Attica) 2-8820.
Aegates ls1s., It. :see Aegadian

Islan s.
AEGEAN CIVILIZATION 1-
245a; 7-423a, 9-9220, 12-

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annals 1-250a; architecture
1-2480, 2-377d, 13-8100, 26-
607a, 28-7121); arms and
armour 2-5830, 26-2700;
art 1-2460, 1-2-18a, 20-4630,
10-373b, 2-332d; ceramics
5-7110, 5-7156, 5-719d, 7-
425 (P1. II. fig. 3:);
ciirono ogy 1-248d, 7-421 ,
7-423d; costume 7-232d, 7-
233b; goddess 1-250 (Pl.
111. fig. 7); in Crete 7-423a:
in Cyprus 7-698a; intaglios
11-562 (Pl. I.) - jewelry 15-
3651) 15-366(l'late),11-564a,
8-7990; at Kampos 10-
52b; at Miletus 18-44311- at
Mycenae 19-103d; at an-
plia 19-279a; in Palestine
20-608d; plate 21-792 (Plate
1.): among I’urasat
402b; religion 1-24'Ia, 7-
422a 12-528d, 20-1430;
in hodes 23-258d; at
Salamis 24-58d; at San-
torin 24-196a ; in Syria 26-
3081) ; tcrracottas 26-654b ;
at Trog 27-3160; at Vaphio
A27-897 . m RD E
0 can prov co m. m .
£33249. ' p

AEGEAN SEA 1-2511) ; 12-424
(Fl-G3), 12-440 (Fl-C13);
ancient atlas 27-4480 '
depth 19-974a ; geologica

9-9116 ; marine life
1 -638b ; Ratzel's theory
14-4980.

Aegels tribe 8-479d.

Aegelrie (abbot) 7-515a.
egeri Ober, Switz. (Zug.) :
see ()ber Aged.

— Unter, S tz. (Zug.) : are

nter Aegeri.

—, lake, Swim. 28-10471‘1.

Aegoria : see Egeria.

Aegerildae 11-42511.

Aefeus (01 Athens) 18-1914 ;

9-7110.
— (of lbjfparts.) 21-6171).
AEGE S (01 Thebes) 1-2510.
shorn, mt., Switz. : see
gglshorn.

Aeghlon, Gr. : see Ae n.

Aeglale Gr. : see Egia e.

Aegialela, Gr. : see Sicyon.

Aegialeus (legend) 1-2l5b.

: sc

Aegialltis e Ringedlflover.

— alexandrina : sec entish
plovcr.

— cantiana : see Kentish
plovcr.

— hlaticula : see Ringed
plover, common.

— sanctae hclcnae : see \Vire-

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Jerom.
Aekim. Nor. 19-804 (D3).
Aela. mt., Switz. 28-242 (H3) ;
1-7450; 8-3940.
Aeiana (Alia , Arab. 23-649
F4) : see Akaba.
Ae anites Sinus, Arab.:

Akaba, gult.

Aelarz de Monteil: see Ad-
hémar do Monteil.

IEligar (of Mercia) 16-370b;
18-442b.

rEltgiiu (queen of Edvay)9-8a.

— queen of Ethelre ): see
mma, gueen.

[Either-Mo Mercia 8-990b.

Eltred: see AiI‘re .

215121510 (archbp.) 5-2110; 2-
c .

ELI-‘RIC (the Grammarian)
1-255a; 3-8951); in Eng-
lish literature 9-6091), 22-
452b, 27-1170.

— (Mercian alderman) 9-4721);

.1002.) . Ed...)
. ry queen o
8-933d; 9-4710.

zEitwald (king of North-
umbria) 19-794a.

:‘Eihvyn (Mercian queen) 1-
289d.

ZElgiiu (queen of Ethelred):
see Emma, queen.

Aelia Aquincum, Hung: see
Budapest.

AELIA CAPITOLINA, Pal.
1-256a' 15-40201; 2-248d;
21-60:)(1.

Colonia, Mon: see Ban-

sa.

— Fufia. lex 6-553d.

—Mursia, Hung: see E .

AELIAN 1-256b ; 1-2560- -
5151); on birds 20-2994.

—,St: 30013" n.

Aclianuin jus 23-537d; 23-
53911; 23-55611.

Aeiianus, Casperius 19-394a.

—, Claudius : see Aeiian.

AELIANUS TACTICUS 1-256a.

Aclia Petinu (empress) 8-4646.

Aciia Scntia, lex 23-562d;
25-22051.

Aciium. .‘Ioesia: see Kostolats.
-— (‘arnuntum, I’annonia: see
Carnuutum.
Aelius Caesar:

Lucius.

— Moeris : see Moeris, Aelius.

Aelius. Pens (Newcastle) 4-
586a.

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‘'“I
8.

see Verus,

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