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Brim, Vict. 28-38 (B2).

Brimfleld. Ill. 14-304 (03).

—-, Ind. 14-422 (G2).

—, Mass. 17-852 (C2).

Bl‘gé'ilhflm, Yorks. : geology 28-

e.

Brimington. Derby. 6-1110.

Brimley. Mich. 18-372 (F3).

Brimnes, ea 0, Ice. 14-228 (D2).

Brimont, hi i. Pr. 28-540.

Briillptun. Berks. 9-420 (III.

Brims Ness, cape, Scot. 24-
412 (E1); 4-9591).

Brimson. M0. 18-608 (C1).

BRIMSTONE (diet.) 4-5710.
See also Sulphur.

— tree : are Tolmg'ah.

BRIN, BENEDE'I'I‘O 4-5710;
15-63d: 15-76b.

Brind, Richard 12-538b.

BRINDABAN. India 4-571d;
14-376 (G6).

BRINDISI, It. 4-571d; 15-4
(F-G4); 28-6711). See also
Brundisium.

Brindle, Lanes. 16-139 (C2).

Brindled gnu 12-1590.

BRINDLEY, JAMS 4-572a;
5-169a.

Brindley's incubator 14-360d.

Brinell (engineer) 14-829d.

Brine-shrimp : are Artemis.

Brinfield iibrolite-schist 27-

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BRlT-BROO

Army; Military Law, and

se arate wars.

Brit hart:brasses4-434a;eifi-
gies 9-10a, 24-4941); etching
9-806a; lass 12-1030; illu-
minated ISS. 18-52521. 14-
316b, 14-318a; illustration
14-32ld; line engraving 16-
72311; mozzotint 18-3520;
miniature 18-5260; painting
20-4911), 20-476a, 19-230;
porcelain 6-753d, 5-758b;
pottery 5-7410; sculpture
24-4920. 24-501b; stained
glass 12-1070.

-— Artists, Royal Society of
2-701d.

-— Association tor the Ad-
vancement of Science 25-
309d; 4-5136; 12-94141; 16-
9480; balloons 1-266d; cra-
nionietry 7-374b' dredging
9-5700; electrica units 9-
187b, 27-7400.

— Association standard thread
24-4780.

-— Baluchistan : see Baluchis-
tan, British.

-— Bechuanaland: see Bechu-
anaiand. .

— Bee-keepers’ Association :
see Bee-keepers’ Association.

British.
BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA
4- (B-D1-2);
dary treaties 2-
329b, 6-919b; industries
6-647d, 7-275a. See also
Nvgasaland Protectorate.
-— C annel, Arct. 11-37d.
Iliritoisl‘i1 Chess Association 9-
-— Chess Federation 6-1050.
-— Child Study Association:
see Child Study Association.
Britis .
-— cholera :eee Cholera. simple.
-— ClubI Haw. : see Pacific

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British Institution 2-701d._

—- Isles: see United Kmg-
dom.

— Kafl‘raria : see Kafl‘raria.

— Kommbo. dist.. W.At. 11-

438b.

— Library ot Political Science
16-554d.

— Linen Company 3-339d.

British Maaazme 23-7291).

British mts., Alsk. 1-474a.

-— Museum, Lond. 16-938
(E1); 16-9480; 19-610; 19-
65a; architecture 2-427d,29-

548a; oiiicials 6-41 3d.

—: Library 16-5510; cata-
lognes 3-76d, 2-911b: copy-
right books 7-119d, 22-301b;
incunabula 14-370d; Pan-
izzi 20-679a.

— Museum of Natural History.
Lond. : see Natural History
Museum (Sth. Kensington.
London).

-— Mutiny Act, 1858 4-428a.

— Navy 19-309b; 19-311d,
admiralty administration 1-
195b, 1-203a; barracks 3-
4300; boats 4-990; chaplains
5-851d; coaling stations 6-
594d; colonial contributions

613d, 2-9501): desertion
93c; dockyards 8-3640;
finance 1-199d; Fisher 10-
428d; flags 10-459a; Haslar
experimental tank 24-9420;
hospitals 9-346d; law re-
Iating to seamen 24-545a;
marines 17-720d; medals
mercantile marine
mobilization 1-

, naval reserve 19-
300b; neutrality 19-4420;
onicers 20-198, 1-195a, 6-
7560; pensions 21-1201);
pilotage 21-6120; rating of
ships 22-915d; rations 9-
214a; roivl'al prerogative 22-
281a; s lps 24-891d, 24-
906d; submarines 24-9170;
turbines 25-824b; uniforms
2'l-593a; wills of sailors 29-
656d. See also Marines.

--Navy: History 19-301d;
24-553a; Altred 2-596b, 9-
469b: Anson's reforms 22-
84a; Edgar 9-933d; fighting
instructions 17-8870; Henry
12-2890; Pepys 21-

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BRIXEN. Ans. 4-619a; 3-4
(B3); council at 12-57111;
see of 4-41).

BRIXHAM, Dev. 4-6191); 9-
430 (VI. F3).

Brixharn sole : see under Sole,
common.

Brixia, It. 15-26 (C2). See also
Bresc .

Brixlanus. Codex 3-88Ib.

Brixlegg, Aus. 2-974d.

Brixton, I. of W. 29-627b.

BRIXTON. Loud. 4-619d; 19-
938 (C3).

Brixworth. Northants. 9-420
(III. F2); 19-770a; 9-477a.

Briza 12-371b; 12-3740.

— media : see Quaking grass.

Brize (wind) : see Bise.

BRIZEUXJULIENA GUS'I'E
Pblago 4-6196; 5-650d.

BRIZO (goddess) 4-619d.

Brizopfiwrum 12-373a.

Brjans kr. 1%. 14-228 (B2).

Brnik, mt., Monten. 19-767b.

Brno. Aus. : see Briinn.

Bro, Swed. (Goteborg o. Bohus)
26-190 (A2):7

—. Swed. ( psala) 26-190

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(Norman knight) 27-

1 08a.

BROGUE (dict.) 4-6281).

Brogneville, Pa. 21-106 (I-K6).

BROI-IAN, AUGUSTINE
Susanne 4-628b.

—, Emilie‘liindelcine 4-6281).

—, Josephine F. A. 4-6281).

Brohl, village,

—, valley. Ger. 27-215b.

Broliing 7-750.

Brois, Philip do 3-6090.

Brok (zooL) 17-4720.

Brokaw, Wis. 28-740 (D3).

BROKE (Brooke), ARTHUR
4-6‘380.

— SIR PHILIP
lien Bart.‘ 4-6280.

—, Robert 9-6040.

Broke, N.S.W. 19-538 (G3).

Broken, bay, N .S.W. 19-538
(H4); 19-537d; 2-9590.

—, riv., Vict. 28-38 (C2).

— Arrow, Okla. 20-58 (F1).

Brokcnbow, Neb. 19-324 (E3).

BROKEN HILL, N.S.W. 4-
629a; 19-538 (A2 .

— Hill, dist., N.S.\ . 2-9530;
geology 19-5380.

— Hill Mine. Rhod. 23-260
(C2 ; 23-262b; 3-426b.

-—- H Mines. N .S.W. 19-
5390; lead 2-952d. 5-762d;
silver 2-952a, 19-54111, 5-
760b,

— Hill Progrietary Company,
N.S.W. 1 -541a.

Broker, Nicolas 24-4941).

BROKER 4-629a; 26-931a;
25-9310; outside, sec Out-
side brokers.

Brokerage 4-630a.

Brokers’ Act (1603) 20-973b.

Brokht, Pers. : see Brokt.

Brokpit. Nort. 19-7481).

Brok , Pom. 15-836d.

Broletto, The, building,Brescia
4-4981).

Bromaoetylene 6-54a.

Bromado, Villa Nova de, Bram
see Villa Nova do Bromado.

Bromargyrite 5-760b.

Bromates 4-6330.

Brombenzeneazo henol 3-825.

Brombenzoic aci

Brombenzyi .

BROMBERG, Ger. 4-6310; 11-
808 (F-G‘Z): 21-932b.

—, canal, r. 28-3360; I1-

6310; 21-930b.

Bromborough, Ches. 16-139
(B3); 6-910.

Brombutyrlc acid 7-5111).

Bromby, Lines. : see Brumby.

Bromcoumarin 7-309a.

Brome, Adam do 20-410d.
. ALEXANDER 4-631d.

—. RICHARD 4-631d.

Bromo, Can. 22-724 (D4); 22-
7260..

—, pt... Can. 19-479 (03).

Emma grass 12-376d; tnngl
11-345a; leaf-sheath 12-
370d, 6-1470; pistil 12-3730

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4-850; lobella 16-837d; mor-
phino 18-862d; myrtol 19-
115d' paroxysmal 2-192d;
Elastic 23-195d; seneg‘a 24-
39a; smallpox 26-248d.
Broncho, mt., Ariz. 2-544 (C2).
Bronchoceio : see Goltre.
Broncho-pneumonia 21-870b;
4-6351); bacteriology 21-
870b. 23-19711; bronchiecta-
sis caused 4-6340; exudate
in 23-197a; treatment 4-
635d. 7-410b.
Bronchorrhoea 4-636a.
BRONCHOTOMY 4-636b.
BRONCO (dict.) 4-636b.
Bronder. G. A. 7-58d.
Brondcsbury, Mdx. 28-658d.
Brondolo, isl., It.
1-1920; 15-2d; 6-236a
BRONDS'I'ED. PETER
4-636b; 12-8-i5b.
Bronescom be. Walter 20-37 1 d;
21-1180.

Broniawr, hill. Wales 16-8301).
BRONGNIART, ADOLPHE
'l'hoodoro 4-6360; 12-756d.
—, ALEXANDRE (geologist)
4-637a; 5-757d; on reptiles
3338a; stratigraphy 11-

a

—, Alexandre Théodore (archi—
tect) 2-4290.

-—. C. 13-432a.

Brongniartite : sac Giauberite.

Bronirus. riv., Balkan Penln.:
see Morava.

Brgngwyn, Wales 9-428 (V.

Bronkhorst (family) 11-556b.

Bronkhorst Spruit. Trans:
battle (1880) 22-3090, 27-
197d; coal-mines 27-190d.

Bri‘mlund 21-953b.

BRONN, HEINRICH GEORG
4-6370; 18-8670.

Bri‘mner (chemist) 6-596b.

Briinner‘s acid 19-169b.

Bronnitsy. Russ. (Moscow) 23-
872 (E4).

—. (Novgorod) 23-872

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Bronnzell-Olmiitz incident 2-
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— 00., Va. 28-560 (Cl .

Brookeiand. Tex. 26- 90 (O4).

Brooker, Ga. 11-752 D4).

Brookes, N.E. 16-303 .

Brookcsia 5-823d; 23-1740.’
23-l54b.

Brooke's sounding machine
6-570d. ,

Brooke-town, Bor. 4-257 (B1),
4-2580; 24-2070.

BROOK FARM 4-645d.

Brookfleld. Colo. 6-722 (H4).

—, Conn. 6-952 (B42).

—, Mass. 17-852 (0 ); 28-3230.

—, Mo. 18-608 (C2).

—, N.H. 19-490 (E4).

—, N.Y. 19-596 (E3).

—, Vt. 19-490 (B3).

—-, Wash. 28-354 B3).

—, Wis. 28-740 ( 5).

— Center, Conn. 6-952 (B4).

Brook Green, London 12-8980.

Brookhaven, Miss. 18-600 (B4).

—, N. . 16-983b.

Brogskfng, mt., Austr. 2-960

Brookings, S.Dak. 26-508 (13);
25-50 (1; 25-5071).

—— 00., S.Dak. 25-506 (13).

BROOKI'I'E 6-6461); 26-1018a;
2-953a. ‘

Brookiand, Ark. 2-552 (E2).

—, D.C. 17-828 (D3).

—-. Kent 9-424 (1V. D4).

Brooklands, Chess see Baguley.

—, ng track, Snr. 8-5676.

Brookiands Agreement 2-332d;
7-291b; 26-10300.

BROOKLIME 4-646d.

Brooklln, Me. 17-434 (D4).

BROOK]. , Mass. 1-646d;
17-852 (B4): 17-856b.

—. N.H. 19-490 (D6).

Brooklyn, Ala. 1-460 (C4)

—, Conn. 6-952 (G2).

—, Fla. 10-540 (E2).

—. Ga. 11-752 (8%)).

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Brooks, Preston S. 4-836c;
26-8211.

—, Richard E. 24-5160; 24-
5630.

—, Rev. S. M. 6-2040.

——, Vincent. 16-7861).

—, \V. (engineer) 22-232d.

—, William Kcith (zoologist)
15-460d; 14-148d.

—, \Villiam Robert (astron-
omer) 11-587a.

Brooks. Ala. 1-460 (04).

—, Ark. 2-552 (C3).

—, n . Mass. 17-852 (02 .

Brooksburg, Ind. 14-422 ( 7).

Brooks 00., Ga. 11-752 (C5);
11-751d.

Brooks comet 8-763b; 6-7620.

Brooksella 5-87b.

Brooks Hill, Md. 17-828 (B4 .

Brookshire, Tex. 28-690 (M6

Brookside, Ala. 1-460 (C2).

—-, NJ. 19-502 (02)-

BROOKS’S, club, London 4-
649d; 6-567b; 1-711a.

Bragg? Station, Mass. 17-852

Brookston, Ind. 14-422 (D3).

—, Pa. 21-106 (E2).

—, Tex. 26-690 (M2).

Brooks Vale, Conn. 6-952 (D4).

Brooksviile, Ala. 1-460 (Cl).

——-, Fla. 10-540 (D3).

-'—, Ky. 15-740 (E2).

—. Mo. 17-434 (D4).

Brookton, Me. 17-434 (E3).

Brook trout: see Brown trout.

Brookville, Ill. 14-304 (01).

—, Ind. 111-422 (116).

-—, Kan. 15-654 (E2).

—, Miss. 18-600 (D2).

—, 0. 21-26 (115).

~, Pa. 21-106 (D-E3).

Brookwood. Ala. 1-460 (B2).

—, Sur. 16-942 (B3); 28-769b.

——. VB. 28-118 ‘(12).

Broom, 1t. (1.00 nail-it) 17-782b.

Broom, Worcs. 25-758 (A2).

_,(Il)alk)e, Scot. (1"0rth.) 24-41

—, lake, Scot. (Rosa) 24-412
(C2); 23-741c.

—, mt., New Mex. 19-520 (C3).

—, riv., Scot. 23-7-lld.

Broom (implement): sec Brush.

BROOM (bot) 41-61911; 22-5a;
pistil 10-569(] (112.).

Broomall, Pa. 21-106 (K7).

Broomcod Collar : ace Cosse
de Geneste.

Broome. Sir Frederick Napier
28-5431).

——, liarry 22-63911.

-, WILLIAM 41-65011; 3-511d.
Broomo, \V.Aus. 2-960 (C3);
28-54211. ,

— (10., N.Y. 19-596 (E3).

Broomcdzc, Ches. 16-139 (D3 .

Broomficld, Esq. 16-942 (F1 .

—, Som. 9-430 (VI. F1).

——. Va. 28-560 (C2).

Broom Hall, Shcl’flcld 24-823a.

Broomhaugh, Northumb. 9-
412 (1. E3).

Broomhoad, moor. Yorks. 28-
933 3C3).

Broom ill, Can. 19-780 (Ci .

—-, Northumb. 9-412 (1. 2)

——, Scot. 15-833c.

Broomielaw, harbour, Scot.
12-8411.

Broom, Little Loch, Scot. : see

Broom. lake.
BROOM-RAPE 4-650d: corolla
10-565b; embryo 11-25911;
Ieai 16-326d.
Broomy Law, hill, Scot. 24-
418 (F3).
Broons, Fr. 10-778_(C3).
Broos, Hung. : ace Szaszvaros.
Brooton, Minn. 18-550 (B5).
Brophy, Truman \V. 6-478d.
Brailphy Creek, riv., la. 14-

. (G3).
Brora Scot. 24-412 iEI);
i 215-1700.. 7- 328.;
fine es28-170b.

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—, cape. Can. 5-160 (R2).
—, isl., Jap. : ser Inabashima.
-—, isl., Jap. (Kur.1s.) : ace
Makanruru.
—, str., Kor. 15-156 (F-GB).
— Heights. mt., Scot. 24-418
(E3); 21-38d.
Lance. 9-412

mess.

(1. B4). _

ark, Lance. 17-545 (map).

Brought)’. castle, Scot. 4-6580.

—- FERRY, Scot. 4-6560; 24-
418(12); 8-6750.

Brough - under - Stainmore,
\Vcstm. : so‘. Brough.

Brouillunt. Léonce Janmart

e 3-9081).

Broui lcts Crock, riv., Ind.
14-422 (CS).

Brouillis ct rcpasse system
25-697b.

Brouklmsius,.lanus: see Brock-
huizcn, Jan van.

Brouloc, N.S.W. 19-538 (F4).

Broumov, Aus. : see Braunau.

Broun, J. A. (astronomer) 17-
377a' 19-960c.

—. indium 3-123d. ,

Brounckcr, \Yilliam 2nd Vis-
count Brounckcr 2-310.

Broussa, Asia M. : sec Brusa.

BROUSSA_IS, FRANCOIS
Joseph Victor 4-6560; 18-
53d; phrenology 21-538b,
4-406c; writi 18-52(1.

Brouseard, La. 1 -54 (13-03).

BI‘OIISQQ, Jean Frederic Ernest
25-305d.

Brousscl, Pierre 10-839b; 18-
651k‘.

Bronssistcs: see Possihilists.

BROUSSONET, PIERRE
Mario Augusta 4-656d.

Broussonetia: see Paper mul-
berry.

—— papyrii‘era: sec Paper mul-

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6 b

Browerville, Minn.
so

4).

Browgill beds 18-829b.

Brown, Adrian J. 10-275d.

-—~, Anna 3-808d.

—. A. Cram 18-61b; isomer-ism
of benzene derivatives 6-
53d; optical activity 25-
8930; rust formation 23-
936b; subjective perce tion
of motion 9-723b; the e
20-135d.

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Brown. Baker 20-382c.

—-. Chad 3-375a.

—, Charles Armitagc 15-709d.

—, CHARLES BROCKDEN 4-
657a; 1-833a; 21-1510.

—-, C. Barrington : Burmese
ruby-mines 23-812 23-
804a; Brit. Guiana 12-675d,
12-677b.

—,l E. L. : alternators 9-

-—, Dr David 2-9030.

—,5g)7avid B. (sculptor) 24-

c.

—, Dorothy 5-635d.

—, D. : aeronautics 10-514c.

—, Elizabeth Ann: ace Neilson,
Adelaide. .

—, Ehner Ellsworth 8-986b.

—, Ernest W. : moon's motion
18-806a; variation 0t gravi-
tation law 12-38511.

—, FORD MADOX 4-657b;
" Elijah and the \Vidow's
Son " 14-322d; Manchester
Town Ilaii 19-26c.

—, FRANCIS 4-8581).

—, SIR GEORGE 4-658(:; 14-

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BROWN. THOMAS EDWARD
4-66‘211: 13-270b.

—, Tom (lampoonist) 16-1340.

—, T. It. (physician) 27-2860.

—, \V. (physicist) 17-345b.

—, \Villiam (admiral) 18-779d.

—, SIR WILLIAM, Bart. 4-
6611b ' 16-806d.

-, “'iiiiam Cullen 4-680a.

—, William Garrett (historian)
15-913b.

—. WILLIAM LAURENCE
(Scottish divine) 4-0630.

Browru'n re (law case)12-786<:.

Brown Sharpe. Messrs :
wire gauge 28-7390.

Brown, Fla. 10-540 (DL).

-—, La.17-54 (Al).

—, \\‘.Va. 28-560 (C2).

—, bay, lrc. 25-2410.

—, cage Can. 5-160 (N2).

_, ,Mass. 17-852 (01 ).

—, isls., Marshall Is. : m
Eniwetok.

—, mt.,Can. (Alta.)1-500 (A2).

—, mt., Can. (B.C.) 4-600 (C2

—, mt., S.A. 25-49311.

—, mt., SC. 25-500 (B2).

—, pt., Wash. 28-354 (A3).

Brown adder 25-2910.

— algae : sec Phaeophyceae.

— Bakers. Company of 4-46611.

— bear 11-57“); M 11-348d'
hybrid forms 14-270; 1
tacos 5-372b.

BROWN BESS (weapon) 4-
663c.

— butterfly 16-4780.

—— capuchin 2-33211.

— chalk 5-801a.

Brown City. Mich. 18-372 (H6).

— Cice, mt., Salo 9-420
(III. B2); 24-1020 .

-— Clifl's, mts. : see Roan CiiiI‘s.

— 111. 14-304 (B4).

— Co., Ind. 14-422 (E6).

—- Co.. Kan. 15-654 (G1).

— 00.. Minn. 18-550 (CG).

— Co., Neb. 19-324 (L2).

— Co" 0. m-‘ZB (C7).

— CO., S.Dak. 25-506 (G2).

—- Co., Tex. 26-690 (II-14).

— (30., Wis. 28-740 (II-F4).

Brown coal : 86L‘ Liiznito.

— coal group (Liznitic group)
8-2411; 18-5650; 17-683d.
Brown Creek, riv., Wyo. 28-

874 (11‘

Browne, A. W.: azolmide 8-
83b; hydrazine 14-111a.

—, Charles Farrar : see Ward,
Artcmus.

—. EDWARD HAROLD 4-
6630; 8-391d.

—, E. 'I‘. : aquaria 2-2390.

—, opium - smoking 20~

1 l .
-—, Georg, Reichsgrat von 4-
66’a

J .

—, Gordon 4-233a.

—, HABLOT KNIGHT 4-683d ;
8-1801).

—, Hamilton 4-903a.

—, Colonel Horace 6-200c.

—. ISAAC HAWKINS 4-664b;
20-860c.

—, JAMES (author) 4-664c.

, SIR JAMES (" Buster

Browne ") 4-66411; 3-296d.

—, Lancelot 13-426.

—, MAXIMILIAN ULYSSES,
count von 4-664d; 3-42d;
24-715d.

—, PETER 4-065b' 20-1600.

—, Sir Richard (diplomatist)

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Brown Institution,
(Lamheth) 4-8lla.

-— iron ore : are Limonite.

Brownian: nu separatists.

limwn .lura group 15-5690.
Sn also Bathonian and
Bajocian.

Brown Knoll, hill. Derby. 28-
933 (B3).

Brown lad vore 22-69311.

Brownies ($.Air. magistrate)
Find.

-— smallpox serum 25-2491).

Brnvrnlow, \Villiam 17-129a.

Brown macaque 22-330d.

— (blown) malt 17-507 a.

Brown Mills. NJ. 19-502 (C4).

Brown musk-shrew 19-9314.

—:rdnstard : on Black mus-

— 006-63541.

— opoanun 21-345a.

—ousel 15-10311.

—mrl 16-2251): Zi-397a.

— paper 26-7270.

— partridge 24-6100.

— pliahnger : are Brown opos-
sum.

— rat (Norway rat) 22-915a;
plague 81-77711: trypano-

' 'I-‘rflll lawisi Zl-34la.

drowns, Ala. 1-460 (B3).

—, 111. 14-304 (D5).

—.inlfl. N.C. 16-772 (E3).

—. mt, N5. '. 19-538 (F2).

Brown-bore. Ala. 1-460 (01).

1mm Branch of Murdeakill
(fleet? riv., Del. 17-828
' - l.

Brownsburz, Ind. 14-422 (E5).

—. Pu. 21-106 (NS).

-. Va. R-llS (03-2)-

limwns Creek, Ala. 1-460 (Bl).

- Ga. 11-752 (02).

Hrrmsdaie, Minn.18-550 (E7).

rlrwnsm. isl., Dorset. 22-73a.

UARD, CHAS.

final 4- 74c;18-600:Pl'mir

d: heredity 13-3530,

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Brown University, RJ. 22-
5110.: 3-3760.

Brown ValleyJnd. 14-422 (05).

—— Valley, Minn. 18-550 (A5).

Brown 1). Burns 17-75811.

— 1:. Foot 1-221b.

— v. Maryland 14-711b; 20-
274a.

Brownville. Fla. 16-540 (E4).

—. Me. 17-434 (C3).

—. Nab. 19-324 (14).

—, N.Y. 19-596 (El).

Brown Willy. mt., Corn. 9-430
(VI. 02); 7-179d; 6-412d.
Brownwood. Mo. 18-608 (G4).

—, 'l‘ex. 26-690 (Ii-Ii).
Browse. isl., Auatr. 2-960 (C2).
Browse (motalhugy 16-31611.
Brow-tine (dict.) 7- 22b.
Broxbourne. Harts. 18-942
(D2): 13-5560.
Broxburn, Soot. 24-418 (E3);
16-73241.
Broxmouth Park, mansion,
Soot. 8-6690.
Broxton, Ga. 11-752 (D4).
Broyal Point, C.Verd.Is. 5-
253 (map).
roye, riv., Switz. 28-242
(03): 11-212d: 19-42511.
Brozas, Sp. 25-530 (B3).
Brozik, Weneeslas 22-2490.
Bruang (bear) 3-574d;
3720; 6-1700. '
Bruant. Liberal 2-4151).
Bruar, riv., Scot. 24-412 (E3):
2-851a; 4-35a; 21-2621).
Bl‘lms. MaLPenin. 17-4790.
~—, riv., - MatPenln. (Porak)
17-4799,.
BRUAY, Fr. 4-6750; 10-778

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Bruceflold. Can. 26-114 (B3).

—. estate, 5007.. 24-4125 (1)2);
6-4170.

Bruce Horn (Plate) 21-800a.

Bruce Lake, Ind. 14-422 (E2).

—l\iines, Can. 20-114 (1)2);
20-114a.

Bruce's Castle, Soot. 2-6450.

Brufixon Mills, W.Va.. 28-560
( ‘ -

Bruceviile, Ind. 14-422 (C7).

—, Tex. 26-690 (K4).

Bruch. Margaret 25-9180.

—. MAX 4-677a.

Bruebe, val., Eur. 28-2140.

.Brucher, Guyot 18-4591).

Brucheum (quarter of Alex-
andria) 1-5690; 16-5460.

Brucbidae : sec Seed beetle.

BRUCl-ISAL, Ger. 4-677b; 11-
808 (134)‘ 22-3680.

Bruchus fabae : see Bean
beetle.

— pisi : see Pea beetle.

Brucianus, Codex 12-152d.

BRUCINE (ehem.) 4-6770; 1-
686a; strychnine 19-9280,
25-104511.

BRUCITE 4-6770.

Brgczk, Lower Ans. 3-4 (F2);

- a.

—. Aus. (Salzburg) 3-4 (C3).

—, Ger. 11-808 (Ci).

— am Mur, Aus. 3-4 (D3);
25-10590. _

Bruckbad (bath),IIung. (Buda-
pest) 4-7360.

Briicke, Ernst Wilhelm. Ritier
yon : aesthetics 1-287b;
colour of sky 25-20211; pro-
toplaam 7-7lla.

BRUCKENAU. Ger. 4-677d;
11-808(111. 1111); 15-8371);
mineral water 18-5210.

Briickgnhauaen, isl., Ger. 9-

6 .
BRUEKER, JOHANN JAKOB
4-6 70

Bruekl. Ans. 57-3370.
Bruckles (M‘Swiney's), bay,
Ire. 14-744 (C2); 8-4121].
BRUCKM ANN. FRANZ
Ernst 41-67841.

—-, Friedrich 23-475a.

BRUCKNER, ANTON 4-678a.

—, Edward 2-3164; 6-5250.

-‘—, Isaac 9-913b.

Briickner furnace 7-104b.

Brueourt, A. R. J. Target:
000 Turgot. A. R. J.

Brueteri. tribe, Eur. 23-648
(Cl); 11-1350; 11-8300; de-
cline 11-83la; defeated by
Drusus 8-6070.

Brud (Welsh poetryLS-Miib.

Bruddur, Indin'4-2i .

Brude (Pietish king) 6-737b;
14-7190.

Brudenell. George. 800., _earl
of Cardin-an: see Cardigan,
George Brudonell, 850., earl

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Brag, Ire. 14-744 (C4); 16-

c

Brufiord, Nor. 19-804 (A2).

Brufiat, Nor. 19-804 (C2).

Bruizerellcnri J oscph (general)
11-l4n; 23-42511.

Bt'uilém's powder 21-585c.

Bruce“. J acquea d0 : are James
of Dragon.

— Louis 00 (lord of Gmt-
imyse, prince of Smenhuyse)
28-7030.

-—, \V' iam 25-769d.

BRUGES Belg. 4-6780' 3-668
B1); bcgmuu’depotz -838c;
lace 16- 10d; library 16-5750;
monumental brasaes 4-434b;
palais de just-ice (chimney-
picce) 6-1664}, 2-421d, race-
meetings 13-737d- steamer
service with Huli a-svzm;
velvet. manufacture 27-080a.

—: History) 4-079a; captures

1708) 25-6041), 25-60411;
harles II. of England 5-
9131:: commerce, 800. (13th
cent.) 12-92911, 19-4150,;
federation (1337) 2-6690;
French massacre (1302) 10-

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Brunner, Carl Emanuel :
chemical analysis 6-64d;
potasaium preparation 22-
980; surisce tension 5-

2750.

—, Conrad : drugs 21-348a.

—, HENRY 4-63511.

-—, Johann (geologist) 11-608d.

—, John Conmd (anatomist)
1-933a.

—, Sir John (chemist 18-
6930; 14-785b; 28-73. a.

—, Moritz Rittcr von 10-7010.

—, Mond 8: Co. 18-6930.

Brunner, N.Z. 19-624 (C5 .

-—, lake, N.Z. 19-624 ((“5

Brunner's glands 17-52511.

BrunnLpnss, Alps 1-744d.

BRUNNOW, FRANZ FRIED-
rioh Ernst. 4-6S5b.

—, R. E. 20-6261).

Brunnsviken, inlet, Swed. 25-
935 (A1).

BRUNO, ST 4-685d; 1-201);
5-955a.

BRUNO (ar0hbp.) 4-685d; 17-
10a; 2-359d; nos 10-
8130; Greek studies 6-4510.

— (bp.)13-273d.

—-, Constantine : ace Kervyn
do Lottcnhove, baron.

—, GIORDANO 4-686a: 6-
6170 ; ooaxnolog'y 10-250;
memoria technica 18-629d;
monad 18-635; Sir Philip
Sidney 25-441).

— (hist.) 11-8080; 20-376b.

- popc,d.999):aeeG ryV.

-- pope, d. 1054): see IX.

— (0F QUERFORT, 5'1‘) 4-

6870.
-—(of Saxony) 4-690d; Il-
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