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Alexandra, mt., C.Af. 23-
9470. _

—, str., Can. 5-160 (112).

Alexandra (Lycophron): see

Cassandra.
“ Alexandra " (ship‘; 24-8910;
24-9571) ; 24-964 .
Alexandra Club 6-567.
-— dock, Belfast 3-6641'1.
—- dock, Bombay 4-1840.
-— dock, Grimsby 12-6030.
— dock, Hull 8-3570 ' 6-3600.
—3d;olok, Newport, Alonrn. 8-

a.

— J unction, Natal 19-255b.

— Land, dist., Arct. 21-938
(132); 11-37d.

— N lie, riv., Af. : sec Kagcra.

— Palace, Lond. 16-942 (D2);
28-801d.

— Park. Glasgow 12-81 (map).

— Park, Hastings 13-590..

— Park, Manchostcr 17-545

(map .

Alcxandrapol, Russ.: see
Aloxandropol.

Alexandre, U. 25-190.

ALEXANDRE, NOEL 1-568a;

384d.

Alexandra's (W'altor do Lille)
1-5511); 6-452b; 4-1331).
Alexandre le Grand (Racine)

22-77611; 18-665d. _
Algiggdrescu, Grigorie 23-

ALEXANDRE'I‘I‘A (Iskande-

run), Syr. 1-56811; 2-760

' Hittite inscription

— gulf, T
battle 129027400611.

Alexan , Vasils: see Alccs-

andr .
Alexandria, Afg. 13-2400; 14-
3976.

—, Ala. 1-460 (D2).
—, Can. B.C.)4-600 (E2).
—, Can. Ont.) 20-II4 (11).
Cape Col. 25-466 (119).
ALEXANDRIA (Iskenderia)
Egy. 1-5680; 9-22 (A1);
23-648 E3); 17-2260; Ar-
culf's escription 2-4480;
Alexandrian School: are
that title; breakwater 4-
4760; B zantino art4-910d;
catacom s 5-497c;cholera
epidemic (1883) 26-6866;
Church: are ()0 tic Church;
coinage 19-802 , 19-896b-
court at 9-29b; dockyard
9-1116; Punt-Alexandria
Canal 9-10Ib; governorship
9-29a; grammar schools
24-3609,: libraries 16-546b,
13-239d; manufactures 9-
28a; museums 16-65b, 1-
573b 1-97a' navy, Roman
19-3611); observatory 1a-
954a: patriarchate 20-3370,
23-48711; pottery 5-7150;
Railway and Port Board 9-
113d,9-117o; St Mark’s con-
nexion with 17-727d; Sera-
ls tsmplo 9-9011: shipping
-28b; tompcratum 9-23d.
History 1-570a:
0x ition 1-8950 ;
2- 550; battle (1801) 1-
570d, 11-194b; bombard-
ment (1882) 1-5710, 9-l20d,
6-599d; council of Chal-
oedon 23-5180; deputation
to Caligula 2-I680; Dio-
cletian‘s capture 8- 9d;
Franks capture (1365) 9-
mm ' French consul estab-
lishcd 7-200- Hellenism
13-23971. 13-245... 12-514b;
Jews 15-3031), 15-400a, 9-
89b; Moslom occupation
9-900: naval battle (652)
2-2660;

7-5460, 18-350d;
(362)
s 0d (430) 9-676a; treaty
( 491-8950.

ALEXANDRIA, Ind. 1-572a;
14-422 (F4).

—, India 14-3080.

——, Ky. 15-740 (D2).

ALEXANDRIA, La._1-572b;
17-54 (B2).

—, Minn. 18-550 (175).

—, Mo. 18-608 (El).

—, N.H. 19-490 (D4

—, N.S.W. 26-278
pop. 26-27901.

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. 1-572d;
28-118 (F2); 27-685b.

—, bay N.Y. 19-596 (E1 ).

—, canal, N.S.W. 19-538 (B4).

—, lake Minn. 18-550 (C4).

Alexandria ad Issum, Syn:
are Alexandretta.

Alexandria Arion, Afg.:
Ilerat.

Alexandria, liturgy of:
Egyptian R30.

Alcxtindrian Canon 6-448d;
2-501b.

—ero 6-314d; 1-3610. ~

Alrz'andrians, Epistlc 0/ Paul

. 102-1851).

ALEXANDRIAN SCHOOL 1-
573a; ilomeric criticism
13-6.;2d; medlcine 18-430,
1-9250, 26-1261); '
sophy 1-575a,
Phusiologua 21-552b;
John's Gosprl 16-920d;
theology 26-7750, 19-410b,
22-2641 ' version of tho
liiblo 3- 84a.

ALEXANDRIA TROAS, Gr.
1-5750; coinage 19-88771).

Alexandr: liincran'um 15-8611 :
1-550d.

Alemndn' maoni ilcr ad Para-
disum 1-550d.

Alexandrina (Danish princess)
11-520.

Alexandrina, lake, Austr. 2-
(F7); 25-10541); 2-

—, Aciua, canal, It. 15-26 (136);
2-2 2d.
Alexandrina (of Saxe-Coburg—
Gotha) 9-7520.
Alexandrin couplct :
uplct.
ALEXANDRINE VERSE 1-

866

866’

“8

575d; first a pearance 5-
846a ; Franc 1 literature
11-128b -511a; heroic

6
metre 13-38611.
Alexandr-mum, opus 16-884b.
Alexandrinns : ace Aomillanus,
Alexander.
—, Codex 3-8801); 3-878
(Plato); 20-56411; 4-2l4d;
presented to James I. -

4.) 1).

AL DRISTS 1-576b ; im-
mortality controversy 22-
58b. 19-673d.

ALEXANDRI'I‘E 1-5760.

Alexandriya, Russ. 23-874

D ; 15-77611.

ALEXANDROPOL, Russ. 1-

5130; 23-874 (C-D3); 9-

8-
Alexandropolis,
Kandahar.
Alexandros (legend) : see Paris

—— Athenaios 19-210.

Alexandrov, Russ. 28-16921.

— G61, Russ. 23-872 (Ci-H5).

Alexandrovka, Russ. (Ekater-
inoslav) 23-874 (E8).

—, Russ. (Khorson) 23-874

Asia : see

(03).

Alexandrovsk, Cauc. 23-874
(01); 25-8160.

ALEXANDROVSK, Russ.
(Archangel) 1-5760 ; 23-872
(8272); naval harbour 16-

0.

ALEXANDROVSK, Russ. (Ek-
atcrinoslav) 1-5760; 23-
874 (E3).

—, Russ.As. (Maritime prov.)
25-10 (I-Kli); 1-899d.

, . . (Sakhalin) 25-
10 (‘113% 24-541).

-—-,“f?;'t, uss.As. 23-872 (G-
Aloxandrovskiy, fort, Russ. :
sce Fort Alexandrovskiy.
Alexandrowka, Ger. 22-2100.
Alexeiev (admiral) 15-953a;

23-9206.

Alexia fined.) 2-1 648..

-— (2001.) 11-5268.

Alrn'ar12-59d; 7-5510.

Aloxikakos, Apollo 2-185a.

—. Hercules 13-346d.

Alexikovo, Russ. 23-872 (F5).

Alcxln, Russ. 23-872 (E5) ;
27-365d.

Aloxinats, Serv. : sec Alek-
slna .

Alexino (boot): are Comple-
mcnt.

Aloxinus (philosopher) 18-771).

Alexis (bishop) 15-88b.

—— (of Edossu) 8-9310.

of Russia.) 2 are Alexlus.

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Aiexisbrunnen, spring, Ger. 1-
577b

Alexis Creek Can. 4- 00 (E3).

Alan's, Vie 42 5120-8030.

Aloxius (of Anhalt-Bernburg)
2-45d; 1-571b.

ALEXIUS I. (emperor of the
East) 1-5771); 23-515d;
crusades 7-526a, 7-532a,
7-527d; Henry IV.‘s alli-
ancs 13-2761); Petchenegs
defoatcd 23-5150; Ray-
mund of Toulouse 22-9340.

—11. (emperor of the East)
1-577d; 23-5160.

— III. (emperor of the East)
1-577d; 23-5160; 9-898d.

--IV. (emperor of the East)
1-5780; 23-5120; 7-802a;
crusades 7-540b.

-V. (emperor of the East)
1-578b; 23-5 d; Con-
stantinopie revolt 7-8021),
8-628b

— (protosebastos) 1-577d.

— Comncnus I. (of Trebizond)
27-232d; 24-6100: Theo-
doro Lascaris 26-766b-

— Comnsnus III. (of Trsbi-
zond) 27-2330.

ALEXIUS MIKHAILOVIGH
1-578b ; 23-897b; code of
law 23-91611; Kovno plun-
15-9220; Nikon 19-

ALEXI'US PETROVICI-I 1-
512m; 23-90011; 23-9181).
Aloigyeyevsk, Russ. 23-874

Aleyn, Simon 4-438b.
Aleyrodos 20-15011.
Aleyrodldse: see Snowy-fly.
Alezio, It. 15-4 (G4).
Alfa (grass): sec Esparto.
Alfa disc 7-752b.
Alia arin, Sp. 25-530 (E2).
Alia a, Colo. 6-7 22 (F4).

, “(6511. 28-354 (Eli).
— Co., Okla. 20-58 (Cl).
A1331!!! (bot.) : see Lucerne

0t.).
Alfalu, Hung. 3-4 (13).
Alfama, Port. 18-7710.
Alfambra, S . 25-530 (E2).
ALI-‘ANI, D MENICO 1-580a.
Alfanus (oi! Salerno) 6-451d.
Al-Farabi : sec Fnrabi.
Alfaro, Eloy B-920a.
—, Francisco 24-73101.
—, Pedro (1' 23-2880.
Algazrlo1i Sp. 25-530 (E1); 16-

battle

Alfnrroheira, Port.:
(1449) 1-733d.

Alfasl: see Al hasi.

Alfdene (Dane 7-8030.

Alfedena, It. 2-9001).

Alfogo St: see Aiphcge.

ALFELD, Ger. 1-58 ; 11-
808.(B-03 . \

Alfen, Holl. 13-588 (B2).

Alfcrez Mayor 27-5Id.

Alfomani: see FargnnL

Alferius, St 5-5601).

Alfhoah, St : see Alphego.

Alfl (The Great) 9-1073.

—-(The Loss 9-107d.

ALF IERI, V ORIO, count 1-
1-489b; 8-5040; 14-

—di S-ostegno, Benedetto s-
3360.

— di Sostezno. Cesar 10-530b.
Algifadz sec Emma of Eng-
11

n .

Alfllcria 5-100. .

Alfiild, plains, Hung. 13-8950 :
26-7580.

Alfonso: are Al honso.

Alfonsine, It. 9- 38a.

Alfonsino tnblcs 2-8110.

Alfonsistas 25-55%.

Alfonso : see Alphonso.

Alfonso, P.Is. 21-392 (E3).

“ 1311605180 XIII ” (ship) 24-

0 .
ALFORD, HENRY 1-58‘20.
Alford, Colo. 6-722 (El ).
—. Lines. 8-410 (II. Illl); 16-

7146.

—-, Mass. 17-852 (A2).

-——, Pa. 21-106 (L2).

—-, Scot. 24-4l2 (F2); 1-52h;
12-415d.

—, dist., Scot. 24-412 (F2).

-— Forest, N.Z.19-624(C5).

Alfordsvillc, Ind. 14-422 (C7).

Aliortville, Fr. 10-778 (C6) ;
5-8580; 28-30.

ALFRED (duke of Saxo-
Cobunz and Goths) 1-5840;
13-4120.

Alfred of Beverley : are Al-
rcdus of Beverley.

— (Saxon prince) 1-2911) ; 12-

I 7 9b.
ALFRED( IElfrodYl‘I-IE GREAT

1-58‘2b; 9-4697): 28-53511;
2-38n; Anglo-Saxon Chron-
icle 2-350; Asser's life 2-

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—. bay.
4-92911.

Algedonics 6-8231) ' 20-45611.

AlsremsLS .25-536 (E3).

ALGER, USSELL ALEX-
ander 1-642a.

Alger, Fla. 10-540 (E4).

», Mich. 18-372 (F5).

-—, 0. 20-26 (C3).

“ Alger " (cruiser 24-9121’).

Alner (‘o.. Mich. 8-372 (D3).

ALGERIA 1-6421); 1-643
(map); anti-Semifism 1-
6520, 2-145a, 7-4070, 10-
882a: archaeology 1-327c,
1-0-460 (are 0150 Africa,
Roman); climate 1-6440;
coral fisheries 7-1310 ; fauna
and flora 1-6440; gt‘olmry
1-643d, 21-4761), 21-847d;
government. finance, 8'0.
1-64711: inhabitants 1-6450,
3-7658. 15-62571: trade 1-
647b, 7-278d, 111-7880, 10-
8010, 25-105a; wine 23-
725a. d

——: History (For the pcrio up
to the 16th cent., or:

see Geometry,

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ALGIDUS MONS (Monte All All Be, Shaikh al Balad,

Algldo), It. 1-6530; 15-26 11. 1750) -104b.

(B-C6)- geolo 16-26911. —(Sheikh nil-136100.01 Egypt)
ALGEEBS’ eza , Ioosium), 26-220.

Alg. 1-6530; 1-643 (131); --(Of Hydu'abad) 14-3211;

arehbishoprlo 16-2930; Bar-
bury pirates 3-3830 toll. ; 1-
6500.; blockade (1827) 1-
666 .6126; "6"”; .15-
- ; o serve

10-9606; s nish tion (1775) 2525536.

-—, Ind. 14-422 (CB).

—, La. 19-5260.

_' 3”."“1‘63‘1 ‘68°36.

_. 9 -. -. ' 5
1-6 7b.

Alginio acid 14-724b.

Algoa, Tex. 25-690 (M6 .

ALGOA BAY S.A!. -6550;
25-466 (0-119).

Alfodonales, mts., Sp. 25-530
04) ; 24-731b.
Algoiones, N.Mex.18-520 (D2).
Algoeonite 7-1 10b.
A 101', riv., 8]). 25-530 (D3) ;
- 0.
0L 1-6550 ' 25-78611.
Algoma, Can. 26-114 (1)2).
—, Miss. 18-600 D1).
—, “'15. 28-740 4 .4

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1-9130 ; 6-380b.

ALI (Ali Pasha, oi Iannino)
1-6590; 2-563d; at Larissa
18-217b; Napier’s mission
19-170b.

— of Johor) 15-47611.

— of Karamania) 27-44411.

.-VI. (of Morocco) 18-8590.

—- III. (of Morocco) 1-7l8a.

—— IV. (of Morocco) 1-71511.

-—V. (of Morocco) 18-8560.

-—- (o! Pahang) 17-481d.

Ali 2:! Sweden) : see Onela.

All of Teherun) 21-2401).

I . 0! Tunisia) 27-3980.

—- (Tur 1611 general, 14th cent.)
27-444

a.
— Turkish neral,15th cent.,
. 146101 -9016.
—- (Turkish general, 16111 cont.,
fl. 1571) 4-2841) ; 16-4630.
—- (of Wadai) 24-6490.
9% Zanzibar, fl. 1891) 20-

0 .
—-(ot Zanzibar, fl. 1902) 28-

90 .

—-(Adil Shah I.) 3-9286:
14-43311.

-— (Ago) 27-431b.

—- 111-): sec Ali (111-).
alirillliudlliigimkinsd' )5-49b

a a. .

— b. Abbud al Iakandari):

see Iskandarl

— b. 111 Ikshid)9-92a; 9-950.
1). Buiukkin) 9-961).
b. el-Abbas; Hall) 18-45d;
26-1270.
— (Boy!) (traveller) : see All
(Ali

0 .
-— (b. Hosuin) 5-290; 24-
8580..
— (b. Isa) 5-510.
— (b. Isa 11. Malian) 5-45b.
—— (b. Mahommed u Jurjani) :
606 J uriani.
— Mahommed ul Sulalhi)
- a.
— (b. Suleiman) 8-1960.
— (b. Uthman al J ullabi al
llujwiri) 21-2500.
— (Chelebi) 27-4660.
Dinar) 7-8310; 8-180;
24-6500.
— (Fehmi d206-
-—-1((.)I {.2811 i) (Tambuisi) 9-

0.
-— (Khan) 4-8230.
—-(K\111 Khan) (
Knzerim) 15-70 0.
-— (Kuli Khan) (Persian
minister) 21-2420.
-—(é\éaihommed) (fl. 1748) 3-

9 .
——(Mahommed) (11. 1844) 3-
94b

Alhagi manna 17-588b. .
ALHAMA, S . grenade)‘ 1- —(.\Iardan) 21-2350.

6560; 25-5§0( 4); 5-5 70. ——(.\Iardan khan) 15-62511.
——-. Sp. Murcia) 25-530 (E4); -—(1\11.rza) 17-9410.

19-32 . -— Murnd) (1782-1785) 21-
—,rnts., Sp. 25-530 (C-D4); 2360.

1-6560; 12-33411. —(1\iurad) (c. 1840) 9-2900;

‘ . -530 (E1); 15-1706.

16-9210, 1-656 —(Qthm_an) traveller: ace

Alh mbra, Ariz. 2-544 (B3). All (All Bey).

ll
—, Ill. 14-304 (C52.
-— Mont. 14-276 D2).
ALHAMBRA, 'n-n-z, 1161605,
Sp. 1-6560 ; 1-658 ates) ;
254220; 2-3930; re 1021 lvzo3rk
- 0 ; va ting - 0,
2-4260.
-— Theatre, Lend. 19-89b.
— vase 5-7310.
Alhamhresque 2-2531).
Alhamilla, mts., Sp. 25-530
(D4); 1-714b.
Alhandra, Port. 25-530 (A3);
18-7720.
ALHAZEN 1-65‘20;

optics
5-1051), 16-611

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—(Pasha): see All (of Ian-
nina) 8:0.

- (Raie) 5-1841).

—(I§iza. Pasha) (fl. 1869) 7-

70.10..
—-(1(1)iza. Pasha) (fl. 1905) 2-

27 0.
-- Shah, Mulls) 13-695b.
ul Askari) 24-8580.
ul-hakk) 25-211.
: ace Mahommed

—- ul ace'Reza.
— gvardl Khan) 13-550.
fixed Helu) 9-1300; 26-

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8b.
—(of Cundi): see Cundi,
Alice 00.
—-(ot C rus) 4-1360; 5-
8270; -549.

— (of Dammartln) 7-7890.
ALICE (of Hesse) 1-661d ;
19-655a : 19-9150.
— countess of \Varwick): ace
arwick, Alice, countess of.
Alicia‘, Ca 6 Col. 25-466 (H9).
—, .Da 19-780 (03).
—, Tex. 28-690 (I-KS).
(Crimisa Prom.), ca
15-26 (F5); 15-4 (F .
—, lake, Minn. 10-2711).
-—, mt., Queens. 2-960 (04).
—, riv., 17.6. 19-487 (D2).
Alicfigale, Cape Col. 25-466

Algcgsé-Iolt, forest, Hunts 12-
Aicel Oreg. 26-242 (07-112).
Aloe s'lcfl-ntea 17-4590.
Alice N ursinilsociety 19-9150.
ice or the ustcriea (Bulwer
Lytton) 17-186b.
Alice Adventures in Wonder-
Carroll) 8-3696.
S.Aus. 2-960
~96 b.
Alicev' 0 Ala. 1-460 (A22.
Alice Well, some. 2-960 E4).
Aiichur, riv., India 14-376

( 1).
— Pamir, mts. India 14-376
(El): m-65 0.
Alicia, Ark. 2-552 (D2).
Alice Pass, S.Am. 2-462 (134).
Alicudl (Ericusa), 151., It. 15-26
(E5): 15-4 (E5): 16-7390.
Alid. mt.. Aby. 9-7460.
Alida, Ind. 14-422 (D1).
ALIDADE 1-662b.
Ali Riagh, mt., Turk.As. 2-

75 .

Ai-id-ul-Kabir: see Kurban
Bairam.

Al-id-as-saghir: see Kiitshiik
Bairam.

Alids 5-260; 5-460 1011.; 9-
946.. See also All (caliph).

Ali-elis, tribe 27-4700.

All el Mekki, cape, N.Ai. 5-

426d.

ALIEN: British law 1-662b,
28-6560, 7-1220; Greek
law 12-5040; Roman law
23-5531), @4730; treason
27-2250; U.S.A. 27-6900,
10-2366.. See also Aliens

Act.

-—(socioi.); Enziish peerage
21-550.- Ezekiel on 10-
103a; 11 London 16-9450;
New Zealand 19-6310;
U.S.A. 16-27d.

ALI‘ENA'I‘ION17

It.

in

1.

Alienation (law) 1-663a; @-
9430.

-(mod.): see Insanity.
Alioncnsis, dis'L, Uuul 24-34b.
ALIEN-HOUSES 1-603b.
ALIENIST (dict) 1-063b.
Aliens Act (1905) 1-6620;

cause 15-4090: expulsion
under 10-85b.
Alicnus Caecina: see Caeclna

Alienus.

Alien (amk') 15-654b.

Aliic, count of : see Piedl-
monic, lord of.

—-, ltzmuii of: see Ilanul! 0!
Aliie.

Alite, It. : ace Allitae.

Ali 61;) Sewan, India 14-376

ALIGARl-I. India 1-663b; 14-
376 (3-116 ' 4-7710.

Aligm' I 1440 Gazelle 13-

a.
Ali-(11101, mt., Arm. :

hishezi’ie 7 814b

ro - .

ALiGfifiEN'I‘ (6101.) 1-6630.

—— (archaeol) 25-96311; in
Cornwall 7-1820 ; in Devon-
shire 8-1340 ; Gezer and
Teli-cs-Saty 5-1420.

Ali-i-Kcihir, tribe 8-348a;
24-10230.

All Illuhi : see Kizllbash.

— Knpi, gateway, Isfahan: see
Ala Kopu.

— Khcl, tribe 20-1440.

Alikinnu, Crete 7-418 (A1);

7-4190.

lkozol, tribe 8-6940.

ikuluian 1-8110.

-ilat : are Ilut.

1m (khan) 15-779b.

im (ofilciul) : sm Ulema.

lma, riv., FLCongo 11-99

(A3); 4-4640.

Alima (1001.) 17-4580.

Ali-Mas id tort, lndia 14-
376 ( 6); 15-7820.

— id, rlv., India 15-782b.

AL (1111;) 1-6630.

Alim1 entarlae austinianae 2-

49b.

Aiimentarli 5-8680: 23-6536.
ALIMENTAHY CANAL 1-

6630: . 800 also

Digestive Organs.
Alimentivcness 21-5360.
Alimentus, L. Cincius 2-60b.
— M. Cincius 20-9360.
All-Mirsai, mt., Pets. 27-4838.

500 also

866

PP>>PP

Allin-Kill 15-7 7 90.
ALIMONY 1-6700 :

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- Aliptae: sec Aieiptae.

Ah Panel-,2‘ .

ALIPUR, India (Calcutta) 1-
6710; 14-376 NS); 4-
9820; 2001031 gardens
a-1019b

—, India (Joora) 19-1770.

—, India(i’unja ))14-376(D5).

—, India. (nr. Raniganj) 14-
370 (M3).

Aliuui‘ygo, Pa. 21-106 (B4).

4113:?9 T (metln) 1-6710; 2-

0.

ALIRAJPUR, state, India 1-
6710; 14-376 (F8).

Al-i-liamazan 27-443b.

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5-8000.
, Port. 25-530 (A4);

1-5400.

Alkacos, '1‘. 8-5000.

ALKAHl-ZST 1-674b; 15-9470.

ALKAL! 1-674b ' action on
metals 18-2010; in medi-
cine 19-422b; pharmacology
21-35011; poisoning 21-894b;
yellow rover 28-911b.

— Act (1863 1-876b.

—- albuminu es 1-5i4b.

— blue 8-7466.

— cellulose 5-6070.

Alkali Creek, riv., 0010. and
Wye. 28-874 D4).

Crock, rim, .Dak. 25-506

(B3).
—((Etrecz) k, riv., Wye. 28-874
Alkali cyanides 22-5296,.
Alkali Desert, Nev. 5-8 (E-F2).
—- Flat, Ariz. 2-544 (D3 .
—— Flats, Nov. 5-8 D1412 .
Alkali flats (geoL) 9-520 .
Alkali Lakes, and Nev.

5-8 3531 -F 4).
A161}? 1 MANUFACTURE 1-
0.
-— Metals 1-6740.
ALKALINE EARTHS 1-6850 ;
4-9710; sul hates 28-060
— earth cyani es 22-5292.

— waters 18-521b.
Springs, Colo. 6-722

Alkali-waste 4-9720.
ALKALOID 1-6850; pharma-
cology 21-351d.
Alkamah al-Fahl : see 'Alqama
b. ‘Abada.
— b. Mujnzziz 17-4101).
N, CHARLES H.

v.11

1-686a.

ALKANET (Alkanna (166mm)
1-6860.

Alkasi’jiill, mt.. Swed. 19-800
(1)2)- 28-1880.

AL KAéR AL mm 1-686b -

18-851 (E1); battle (1578)

22-147b.

Allpiborough, Lince. 9-416 (11.

Alkekendo (med) 21-3560.

Alkendi: sec Kindi.

Alkcrmes mineral : see Mineral

Kermes.

ALKCI‘SUIII, Ger. 10-5915.

Alkhazov, Gen. 5-55011.

Allri. ca , Wash. 24-564b.

Al-Kin : see Kindi.

ALKMAAR, IIoii. 1-6861); 13-
588 (B2); 13-6100: 2-4220.

Alkush Syr. 19-153b.

Alkyl dithiocarbamate 5-3090.

A lkrlon-emides 6-59b.

Aikylen-esters 6-59b.

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Aikyl pyridines -6900.
—- radius! 6-500.

- urns 27-79411.

“ Allabarnlia " (race -horse):
#1 “ SEIIEOII."

Allis-CI, ONE 1-6860; 12-
J—

Ali-1116. Fr.W.Ai. 11-204 (GS);
7-7351).

». kingdom. \V.A(. 7-7 35d.
Alla-dash. mta, Pens. :

Ala-dam).
Ailsga-h. lake. Me. 17-434 (02).
—, riv., Can. 24-l2a.
—. riv., M0. 17-434 (C2).
Ailagerrinidac 8-8780.
ALLAH (god) 1-686d; 17-
4l'l'd; 17-404d.

ALLAHABAD, India 1-68711;
14-376 (K7): durliar (1858)
14-4150 ; inscriptions 14-
6261); mutiny (1857) 14-
“Sr: university 27-775b,
27-77111. 27-779d.

—, 111-1.. India 1-687b.

—, 111?. India 1-6670.

Allah Akhbar, mt., Cauc. z:-
5741(3); 15-682d.

— Dagh, mL, Turk.As.:
All D h

Alialm

24-9590.

.U‘ah-uddin : are Ala-uddin.
.lllah ' ' bridge,

.\llai. India 15-8860.

11111111), riv., Fr. 3-6660.

silairil) riv., India 14-382
1 .

All-lire, 1-‘r. 10-778 C4).

Allalin, pas, Alps -743c.
Alialinhorn. rnt., Alps 26-242
(Di); 1-743b.
Allallnite 11-378b.

so 00.,

868

888

88 .
Akbar, pass, Pors.

Ia. 14-732

1P1 ).
.iflaman, Switz. “442 (A4).
Ailamand. Jean N. S. 1-6870;
14-24512].
ALLAMANDA 1-6870.
.lilamand's grison 12-8081).
.iilamoosook, lake, Me. 17-434

(1)4).

Allsmuchy, NJ. 19-502 (C2).

Allan, Alexander 25-85111.

—. DAVID 1-6870; 4-8570.

—. Ebenezer (“ Indian Allan")
3-4310.

-. SIR HUGH 1-687d; 5-
1610; 25-85“.

—. Ramsay 8-939b.

~. Robert W. 20-5010.

—. S. T. : electric leakage
6-8651).

—. SIR WILLIAM 1-687d.

Allan, Scot. 21-263b.

—. Bridge 01, Soot. :

dge of Allan.

Allanche. I-‘r. 10-778 (F5 .

ALLAN-DESPRE
14min. Rosalie 1-688b.

Alianite 9-6890.

Allan Line (steamships) 25-
).)la; 5-859b; 1-687d.

Alianmyo, Bur. 4-840 (D5);
I728

11.
Allan's link-motion 25-833d.
Allantoic arteries: are Um-
bilieal Arteries.

Allantoldea: are Amniota.
ALLAN‘I'OIN 1-6880: 18-18714
Allantois 1-6660 ; 23-170d
AlLanton-n, Ariz. 2-544 (D2).
.tlianturic acid 1-6880.

Allan Water. riv., Soot. (trib.
forth). 24-418 (D2); 1-
475b, \

— Water. riv., Scot. (trib.
Teviot) 23-78911.

Allapaha. Ga. 11-752 (C4).

—. l'fl'. Ga. 11-752 (05).

Allapalli, India : see Alleppi.

41%1. Jean Francois @-
e -c.

—. J niia : are Daudet. Julia
Allard.
——. Marie A. V. 27-10631).

888

UK,

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A1161? blanche, 1111., It. 28-242

Allée convene 25-964d.

Aileenc, Ark. 2-552 (A4).

Allcgan. Mich. 18-372 (E7).

— C0. Mich. 18-372 (D-E7).

Aliccauy, NA’. 19-596 (B3);
20-751).

—, Orcg. 20-242 (A-B-tg.

— (20., Md. 17-828 (131 .

— Co.. NY. 19-596 (B-C3).

-~ Reservation, N.Y. 19-599a ;
24-5811.

Allegheny, Cal. 5-8

L" .

—, plateau, \V.Va. 28-56011.

—, riv. 1). 20-321).

— 00., 11.0. 19-772 (A1).

— 00., Va. 28-118 (B-C3).

— Spring, Va. 8-118 (B3);
28-119b ; 18-5221).

— Station, Va. 28-118 (B3).

ALLEGHENY, Pa. 1-6880;
21-106 (D-E7); observa-
tory 19-9591).

—. |nts., U.S. 17-828 (A2-B1);
28-118 (113-02); 28-560
(C4-D2); 27-6130.

—, (plateau. Pa. 21-105d; 19-
7 Id

—-,riv.; Pa. and N.Y. 19-506
(1101;); 21-1111) (04); 21-
0

— Co., Pa. 21-106 (D-E7).

Allegheny grou (geoL) 27-
630d: 27-627 .

ALLEGIANCE 1-689b.

— Oath 01 1-6890; 19-9420;
‘Roman Catholic 01511111111105
23-4971).

ALLEGORY 1-689d; English
literature 9-613a, 9-61411,
25-64211; French literature
11-11611. 16-784b; Italian

oetry 14-900b; St John's
‘ospel 15-454b.

Allegranza, isl., Can.1s. 5-172
(map); 16-1880.

Allégre. Fr. 10-778 (F5).

Allegro to Nuzi: see Nuzi,

to

A t .
Allegri, Antonio: see Cor-

Né‘filo.

—, EGORIO 1-69011.

—, Lorenzo 7-104b.

—, Pom onio 7-195d.
ALLEGKO (dict. 1-690b.
ALLEINE, .105 PH 1-690b ;

6-9721)
— RICHARD 1-6900.
Allelcmor h 18-117b.
Alleluia 2 -4040.
" Alleluia dulce
Atif'mn) 14-185d.
" eluia perenne " (hymn)
14-185d.
ALLEMANDE 1-691a ; music

26-5111.
Allemands, La. 17-54 (07).
—-, lake. L6. 17-54 (b7).
—, riv., La. 17-54 (07).
Allernauni, tribe: are Ala-

manni.

Allemonde, A miral V07] 25-
607a; 16-8 11.

Allemont, Fr. 2-I27d.

Allen, A. 11.: boric acid in
plants 4-251b; maturing
of spirits 25-7051). -

—hCharlcs H . ( overnor, Porto

ico) 2-127 .
—, Charles J. (sculptor) 24-
50 11
major :

—, E. J.
ton, Allan.
—, E. T. : (elspar 10-245b.

—, ETHAN 1-69111 ; 27-10280.

rnts.,

carmen "

see Pinker-

——, Glover Morrill : albinism
1-50611 ' 1-5081); Whale-
fishery - 5 7 I c.

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—, la. 20-58

—, l’a. 21-106 (H5).

—, P.Is. 21-392 (E4 .

—, S.Dak. 25506 4).

—, 'I‘ex. 26-690 (B-CI).

, OF Ire. 1-6931);

. 14-144 (0-113).

— 11111 01', Ire. 15-790d;
battle 14-763d; geology

15-79113.

, ‘ke, Ire. 14-7-14 (C2);

16-404b; 28-7270; geology

14-7450.

-——, nit., 'l‘ex. 26-690 (H6). 1
—, riv., Corn. 9-430 (VI. C2).
—, riv., D0rs0t.9-420 III. D5).
-—, riv., Nor-thumb. -412 (1.

D3).

—(East), riv., Northumb. 9-
412 (I. D3).

——4(l\;'est) riv., Northumb. 9-

(I. .
—- Co., Ind. 14-422 ((12).
—Co., Kan. 15-654 ((13).
—- 00., Ky. 15-740 (B4).
— 00.. 0. 20-26 (B3).
Allendale, 111. 14-304 (E5).
——, Mich. 18-372 (D7).
-—, Mo. 18-608 (BI).
—, NJ. 19-502 (D1).
—-, Northumb. 9-412 (I. D3).
—, >20. 25-500 (C3).
—, Vict. 26-38 (D1).
—, val., Northumb.: fluor-
spur 10-57811; lead mines

27-50011.
38-33811.

Allende, Ignacio de

Allende, Mex- 12-64 C].

Allcndort, Ger. 11-808 (133).

" All England " (cricket. team)
7-4411).

All E land Croquet and
Lawn- I‘ennis Club 7-502d;
16-3021). ‘ _
Allen Grove, Wis. 28-740 (L6).
Adonis-116111, Nortbumb. 9-412
Allenhurst, N.J. 19-502 (D3).

Allenport, Pa. 21-106 (C5).
Aliens, harbour, ‘11.1. 23-249

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0‘en.

ALLIA, riv., It. 1-6950; 15-
26 (135); battle 10-113b,
23-623b, 24-648a. See also
Fosso Bettina.

Aliiaco, Petrus do: see Allly,

Pierre 11‘.
Alliance, Ala. 1-480 (D3).
—, Cal. 5-8 (A1)
—, Kan. : sec (,‘hanute.
—, Net). 19-324 (B2).
—. NJ. 19-502 (B4); Jewish
colony 19-50511.
ALLIANCE, 0. 1-695a; 20-

26 (11 .
ALLIANCE (law) 1-6951).
All7ian(cle Aluminium Co. 1-

69 .

Alliance Israelite Universelle
15-4100; colonies m-625d,
29-987d.

Alliance of Reformed Churches
(Presbyterian) 22-2860.

._ ‘

see Good

Drum-

—01 the Rhine: see Ithein-
bund.

Alliaria offlcinalis: are Jack-
by-tbe-hedge

AIiLgONE, SAMUEL AUSTIN

- 50.

Alliec shad : are Allis shad.

ALLIER, 110 t., Fr. 1-696a;
10-778 (F4 ; fossil birds 3-
971a; ggttery 5-7230; terra-
cottas -657a.

ALLIER, riv., Fr. 1-695d;
10-778 F4): 16-9230.

ALLIESG HOMAS WILLIAM

1-696 .

ALLIFAE (Allie), It. 1-6960:
15-28 (E4); 5-1231).

Alligator, Fla. : 1101‘ Lake City.

——, Miss. 18-600 (111).

—, lake, Me. 17-434 (D4).

—, lake, N.C. 19-772 (F2).

~—, riv., N.C. 19-772 (F2).

— East), riv., S.Aus. 2-960
( ‘2); 2-94311.

— (South), riv., S.Aus. 2-960
(E2): 2-943a.

ALLIGATOR (2001.) 1-6960;
7-4780: duration of life
16-9750 ; fossil 23-1461), 23-
1740; leather 16-34011;
sacrum 23-15511: skull 23-
1480; tactile organs 23-
1608.

—. Australian : on Crocodile.

—- (mi‘slssippicnsis) 23-15411 ;

e )3 .

— (vim-ops): are Spectacled
alligator.

— apple 7-668a ; 26-2240.

—— cacao 6-6200.

Alligator Pear; see Avocado

oar.

Al lgator pepper: see Grains of

Paradise.

Alligator Pond, Jam. 15-133
mu. .
—61}i)ei, lighthouse, Fla. 18-

0.
— turtle 27-6811; 23-154d.
Alligin, mt., Scot. 24 - 412

((2).

Allihies, Ire. 7-1571).

Allii aoeticus, syrupus 11-
469B.

Allima-ro, N..\icx. 19-520 (GB).

Allingdalc, \\'.\'a. 28-560 ((73).

Allzigfc, Den. 8-24 (E4); 4-
‘ 0

Allingham, Helen 1-69611 ; 20-
511130; 14-3230.

-—- ~WILLIAM, 1-696d.

Allingito 1-792111.

AIlingt-on, Kent 16-942 (F3).

ALLISON, WILLIAM BOYD
1-696d.

Allison, Colo. 6-722 (C4).

—-, Ia. 14-732 1 .

—, isL, N.(i. 19-481(D1).

Allisoniu. Va. 28-118 (B4).

Allis shad 24-75711; angling
2-30a.

Alliston, Can. 20-114 (13-C2).

ALLI'I‘ERATION 1-697a; 27-
1045d; Early English 9-
607d; euphuistic 9-8990;
Teutonic 26-674b.

Allitona, mt., Ucr. :
Odilienberg.

ALLIUM 1-697d; 16-6830;
cultivated species 18-7681);
lea! 12-37 5a ; polyemhrvony
2-121) ' stamens 10-566b.

- ampclo rasum 111-3101).

816

— ascalo cum : are Shallot.

—- cepa : see Onion.

— 00 a ( atum) : are
Po ato on on.

— cepa (proliforum) : see
Egyptian onion.

— ilstulosum : sec \‘i'elsh

onion.

— oleraceum : are Field garlic.

— porrum : are Lock.

— sativum : sec Garlic.

— schoenoprasum : scr Chive.

—- scorodoprasum : are Rocam-
bole.

-— ursinum : oer Ramsons.

—— vineale : see (‘row Garlic.

Allival, rntv Scot. 25-2470».

Amvlmm 11-3781). -

ALLIX, PIERRE 1-697d.

ALLMAN, GEORGE JAMES
1-698a; polyp and medusa
14-149a,

ALLOA, Soot. 1-6981) ; 24-
418§D28 ' 6-417b.

ALLO R dEs 1-6980 - (‘111111-
narian conspiracy -534a ;
Fabius Maxinms' victory
10-1 13d.

— Legion of the 8-103d.

Allobrogicus : see Fabius
Maximus Allobrogicus.

ALLOCA'I‘UR (law) 1-69811.

Allochroito 11-47 Ia.

Allochromatic 18-5100.

Allo-cinnamic acid 6-376b.

Allococcaceae 8-163a.

Allocry tic coloration 6-732a.

ALLOC TION1-69Sd.

ALLODIUM 1-698d ; in France
111-90911 111-9111).

Allodon 18-966b.

Alloeocoela 21-7120; 21-7111)
(11):.) ; alimentary sac 21-

; eyes 21-7100 ; phylo-

n7y121-827c; reproduction
- c.
Alice-organ : see Alloplast.
Allogamy : are Cross-pollina-

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ALLO-ALTE

ALLORI, ALESSANDHO 1-
6990; 1-9700.

—, Angelo : see Bronzlno, Il.

—, CRISTOFANO 1-6990.

Allorisina 16-124b.

Ailos, Fr. 10-778 (H5).

—, pass. Algs 1-741d.

Allosaurus -581 (Plate IL).

Allostichia 8-8800.

ALLO'I‘MENT (company law)
1-699d.

— certificate 1-699d.

— note 1-699d.

Allotment-s and Cottage Gar-
dens (Compensation) Act
(1887 16-158b.

ALLOT TS AND SMALL
Holdings 1-699d ; 1-6990 ;
common lands 6-7830 ;
county council's powers 9-
433b; Ireland 14-748a;
London statistics 16-953b ;
New Zealand 19-6280 ;parish
council's powers 9-4400 ;
remedy for housing roblcm
13-82314 ; Russia 2 - 8871).
5:; also Peasant proprietor-
s in.

— Extension A0t(1882)1-701a

Allotriomorphio crystal : sec
Anldlomovmhlc crystal.

ALLOTROP 1-704a ' 6-46b ;
14-882a; thermal effects
26-806b ; valenc ' 14-8820.

Algisuard, Henri mile 15-

c.
Allouez, Jean Claude 12-537d ;
28-745

Allouez, Mich. 18-372 (132).
— Wis. 28-740(A2).

Allow, riv., Ire. 14-144 (04).
ALLOWANCE (di0t.) 1-10411.
- rate 17-13%.

Alioway, NJ 19-502 (n4).

—, Scot. 3-14'0
——-Crcek, riv., NJ. 19-502

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ALLYL ALCOHOL 1-7100.

— aldehyde 1 are Acroiein.

— cyanide 22-5300.

Allylene 6-50b; 6-54a.

Allxvl guaiacol : m Eugene.
— isothiocvanate 19-9 a

—— mustar oil 19-980.

— pyridine 6-942b.

— sulphide 11-468d.

— thiourea : sea Thiosina-

mine.

Allyn, Wash. 28-354 (C2).

—- Point, Conn. 6-952 (U4).

Ally Slopcr 5-3330.

Alma, Ark. 2-552 (A2).

—, Can. 19-465 (C2).

—, Colo. 6-722 (D2).

—, Ill. 14-304 (1)5).

—, Kan. 15-654 (F1).

-—, Mich. 18-372 (F6); 18-
375d.

—, Mo. 18-608 (C2).

-—-, Neb. 19-324 (E4).

—-, N.Mex. 19-520 (B4).

-—. N.Y. 19-596 (B-CB).

—, Okla. 20-58 (1)3).

—, Tex. 26-690 (L3).

—, Wis. 28-740 (B4).

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—, Francisco Hurtado de Men-
doze, count 0! 5-437b.

Almnzon, Sp. 25-530 (D2).

Alinazoru, Sp. 25-530 (E2-3);
4-8620; 5-473a.

A (singing girl) 1-7130:
9-320.

Aime, riv., Ger. 8-607d.

Almeida, l-‘crreira de 22-160d.

—, Fiaiho do 2-163b.

—,l-‘RANClSCO DE 1-7130 ;
22-l44b; 5-784a.

—, L. de 1-713d.

ALMEIDA, Port. 1-713d ; 25-
530(132): 21-93a.

Aimeida Garrett, visconde de :
see Garrett.

Almeidina gum 1-355a.

Aimoirim, Brnz. 25-4870.

—, Port. 25-530 (A3) ;
190a.

—, 11118., Braz. : sec Almeyrim.

Almelev, Wales 9-428 (V. F3).

ALMELO Hoil. 1-714a; 19-
588 (D ).

— Canal, IIoll. 13-588 (D2);
13-59“); 1-714a.

— Noordhorn Canal, Hell.
13-588 (D2); 13-591b.

Almelosche Aa, riv., Hoii.
20-385d.

Almemar 26-29ld.

Almen (di0t.) 1-72la.

Almena, Kan. 15-654 (01).

—, Wis. 28-740 (A-B3 .

Almenar, Sp. 25-530 ( 2).

Aimenara, mts., Sp. 17-941d.

Almendares, riv., Cu. 7-595
(Fl) ' 7-596b.

Almendingen, L. H. von 10-

1130303141, s 530 (133‘
men . - ).
ALE-IO, Sp. 1-

806

24-

ALMENDR
714a; 25-530 (B3).
Almenriider, Carl 3-496a.
Almer, Christian 12-687b.
Alméras P. d' -193a.
ALMERlA, Sp. 1-1140; 25-
530(D4); 5-731a; archaeo-
logical discoveries 2-353o.
AIElglilabglllf, Sp.25-530 (D4) ;
—, prov., Sp. 1-714b ; 25-
531 .
—, rlv.. Sp. 25-530 (D4).
ALMERY 1-714d.
Almeyrim, mts., Braz. 4-440a.
Almijara, mts., Sp. 25-530
(D4); 25-528b.
Almina Point, Mor. 5-777b.
Almira, \Vasli. 28-354 (G2).
“ Almira " (Handel) 12-910d.
Alllniganta (Spanish navy) 1-

9 a.
Almlranbe (titie)1-194d.
Almirante, bay, Pan. 20-664a.
“ Almirante Lynch ” (ship)
6-1570.
“ Almirnnte Oquendo ” (ship)
25-595b.
Almis, Mor. 18-851 (E-F2).
Almlssa, counts of 4-4651).
Almissa, Ans. 3-4 (E5); 7-
772d; 21-891d.
Almo, Ida. 14-276 (C4).
—-, Ky. 15-740 (B2).
Almodovnr, Port. 25-530 (A48.
ALMODGVAR DEL CAMP
Sp. 1-714d; 25-530 (C3).
Almotala, Braz. 4-440 (12).

ALMOGAVARES 1-7140; 2-
6220; 10-5270.
Almngaver. J. B. : sec Boscan

Almogavcr.
ALMOl-IADES 1-715b ; 9-916

(map) ; Algiers occupied
1-655b ; Sicilian War 17-
gQBa ; Spanish were 25-

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ALP ARSLAN (of Persia) 1-
7220; M-609d ; 24-608d;
Nakhichevan 19-1560; Ro-
manus IV. 23-583d.

Alpaugh, Cal. 5-8 (D4).

Alp Axan : sec Alp Arslan.

Alsbach, riv., Switz. (Sihl)

-135b.

—, riv., Switz. (Blber) 24-395b.

—, waterfall, Switz. 18-8424.

Alpz2de Vénosc, pass, Alps 1-

c

Alpedrlz, Port. 25-530 (A3).
Alpggierscharte, pass, Alps 1-

ALPENA. Mich. 1-722d; 18-

372 (G4).
—, NS. 18-831 (132).
—-, S.Dak. 25-506 (G32.
3‘;
I

P.
O-

—, \‘V.Va. 28-560 (D

— Co., Mich. 19-372 ( 4).

-— Pass. Ark. 2-552 (B1).

ALPENl-IORN 1-723a.

Alplelrcatas, riv., Braz. 4-440

Alpersehellihorn, mt... Switz.

-7440.

Alperton, Mdx. 16-942 (C2).

Alpcsa Port: see Elves.

Al es Cottiae, Fr.: see Oottll

egnum.

— Gralae 0t Poeninae, It. :
see Graian and I’ennine Alps.

— lliaritimae, Fr. : see Mari-
time Alps.

ALPS MARITIMES, dept ,
Fr. 1-723b; 10-778 (H6);
23-648 (C2); 10-7790.

-- Pnenjnae. mts., It. :
Pennme Alps.

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VI. (01 Leon and
1-734b; 25-543 -
Galioia annexe
11-403b.
—VII. (of Leon and Castile)
21-7350; 25-5440; 25-5711);
11.175330; defeats All 111. 1-
a.
X. (of Leon and Castlle)
1-7350; 25-5471) ; 11-8440 ;
25-5710; as outbor27-3lla,
25-5790, 22-45341; golden
bulln. 24-5430; literary pot-
ronage 25-5800, 25-5811);
Portuguese war fl-l-ilb;
religious legislation 14-5940,
22- 56b

— XI. (of Leon and Castile) 1-
735d ; 25-547d; 15-5300.
I , 810. (of Modems) : see
Alphonso 1. 8a).. of Eats.
--11. 301 Naples) 19-1840; '1-
102 ; French attack1-554a;
Otranto taken (1481) 10-

2640..
—(o! Poitou) 16-180b; 21-
898

C.
—1.(of Port 1101-7330; 22-
‘ Ali 11. defeated 1-
7180 ' 10mb6-200.
—-ll. (of Portugal) 1-1330;

fl-140d.
-—111. (of Port :11) 1-733d;
; excom-

22-14111; 14-5 0d
municated 15-435d.

—1V. (0! Portugal) 1-73341;
gall-lid; Inez de Castro 5-

-— V. (of Portu%al)1-733d; 16-
145‘ 2-143 ; Jews encour-
aged 22-l46b; order of the
Sword 15-8660.

---V1. (01 Portugal) 1-7340;
22-1430.

—1(£%b Portugal, prince) 24-

— got Péovenog)

— ., c. o o : see
Alphonso i., 810. of Este.

—I.-III. (S snish 'kings) : see

All honso .-III. of Asturias.

& V. (Spanish kings):
see Alphonso IV. 8: V. of

Leon.

—XII. (of Spain) 1-736b;
25-5720; 25-5580 - 4-327;
Colombia Venezuelan arbi-
trution 6-7110- order of
k hthood 15-8075- Paris
mi (1883) 20-0210, 10-
898d; Zor111528-1039d.

--X111. Spain) 1-738d;
2.5-5720; 25-5610; 4-327;
attempted assassination in

17-260;

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Algine rose (Rhododendron

:luricum) 25-13d.

-—rlosg (Befaria) 6-705b; 8-

5 .

Alzlénos, mts., Fr. 10-778

Alpine shrew 24-10100.

- strawberry 25-1005d.

—swilt 1 5 b.

—- Trius 27-200b; 27-259b.

—-Tunnel, pass, Colo. 6-722
(D3)‘ 6-7190.

ALPINI, PROSPERO 1-7310.

Alpinia 1-737a ' 11-39‘20.

Alpine, Utah 27-814102).

Alpinus, Furius 3-849b.

——, Prosper: see Alpini, Pros-
pero.

Alpis Cottis, pass, Alps 23-

0t18a: see also Genévre,

m .

Alpisella, pass Alps 1-745b.

Algnach (Alp orf), Switz. 26-
‘ 42 (E3); 27-78112.

Al nachstad, Switz. 26-242

E3).
Alpono, riv., It. 2-4460.
Al ort, riv., Derby. ”-933

B3).
—(%0 0, v0.1., Derby. 28-933

3).

Alpowa, Wash. 29-354 (H3 .

ALPS, m ., ur. 1-73 11;
Alpine clubs 1-74Sd ;
ancient trade routes 9-916d ;
climate 1-737d; divisions
1-74lb ; exploration 1-7480,
18-9380- iauna. 1-75411;
flora. 1-752d, 21-7800;
eology : see below ; glaciers
-7400; Hannibal’s passage
12-9200; inhabitants and
languages 1-7480; lakes
1-7400; posses 1-740d;
period of elevation 18-5650;

' history 1-747d;
rivers 1-7400.

—Geoloml 1-750b; 11-6710;
Bunter formation 4-802b;
Cretaceous system 7-4151),
7-4160; cross -section 1-
752a,; Eocene strata 9-
6630; formation 9-9110;
gcolo ical age 1-752d;

lncla period 12-590 ;

uriwsic rocks 15-56811;
Oli ocone period 20-8111;
Or ovlclan system 20-236b;
Permian strata 21-17741;
Silurian rocks 25-1110 ; Tri-
assio strata. 27-2590, 27-
200 (table).

—,Adula, Albula, &.0.: see
Adula Alps, Albuln Alps, $60.

— Society for Preservation of
beauty of 18-8000.

Alptagln (of Bokhars)11-917d.

‘All-{genie Sp. 25-530 (E3).

UJAiRRAS (AHJuxsrr-ns)
0113., Sp. 1-754 ; 25-536

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412 I. E3) ; fluor-s
10-578d; lead-mines 4-90 d;
silver mines 7-6200; zinc-
ore 4-9660 13-258b.

-, s.c. 25-500 (02).

iston, in re (law case) 7-9000.

stonfleld, Stalls. 25-7590.

stonite : see Bromlito.

ston moor, Cumb. 9-412

. D3).

Alstroemerla : see Alstrbmerla.

Alstromer Clas 1-7585.

-, JoNAs 1451.1.

Alstriilnerls 13-708b ; inflor-
escence10-558b(flg.); origin
of name 1-7580.

Al Sufl, Abd-sl-Itahmen : lee
Abd-al-Rshmsn Al s00.

Alsumn, Okla. 21-58 (F1).

Alt, Rudolf 20-512d.

Alt (place-names): ace specific
names, except as below.

Alt, Lanes. 28-933 (A2).

—-, riv., Lanes. 16-139 (82).

Alta Ia. 14-732 (B2).

_, I'll. 14-304 (0:1).

-—, Utah 27-814 (C2).

-, mt., Cal. 5-8 (m).

—, mts., Mex. 8-9421

—, riv. Russ. 21-1380.

Altsf liossin : see Hall.

Alta Gracia Arg. 2-462 (C4).

Altagracia, Venez. 27-989 (A1).

Alta House, Cleveland, 0.
6-50411.

ALTAl mts., C.Asia. 1-75811;
27-420 ((12-113); 26-10640;
Alpine flora 1-7530; geology
8-l20b; minerals 25-1211,
7-110d, 11-40011; Prjevnl-
sky's exploration 2-739a.

Altai (dialect) 27-1730.

Alfiiéms, tribe 1-7590 ;

a.

Altnln-nla: an Altai.

Altair star) 2-2490;
17 7 0; parallax25

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