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FUSING-POINTS, of alloys, xx. 132. GABOON, river, West Coast, Africa, x. GAICYN, town, Russia, X. 16.
FUSIYAMA, Fuji, or Fujisan, volcano, 3; I. 254.

GAIKWAR, ruler of Baroda, India, 11. Japan, XIII. 571; XIX. 92.

GABRIAS, or Babrius, Greek fabulist, 381; XV. 290. FUSLEE ERA, Mohammedan, in India, III. 181.

GAILENREUTH CAVE, Germany, V. 267. V. 719. GABRIEL, of Scripture, X. 3.

GAILLAC, town, France, X. 15. FUST, Sir H. Jenner, his decision on bishop of Hormizdsher, Syriac GAILLARD, Ferdinand, French engraver, church altars, 1. 641. writer, XXII. 837.

VIII. 443. Johann, early German printer, IX. BAR BOKHT-ISHO, Syrian physi Gabriel Henri, French historian, X. 853; XXIII. 684, 687; his Psalter, III. cian, XXII. 847

15. 653

KAMSA, Syriac writer, XXII. 855. GAINSBOROUGH, town, England, X. 15. FUSTIAN, cloth, ix. 855; XXIII. 210.

TAURETHA, Syriac writer, XXII. -Thomas, English painter, x. 15; Fustic, dyestuff, ix. 855.

843.

XXI. 441. FUTA - JALLON, district, Senegambia, GABRIELLI, Pirro Maria, Italian man of GAION, or Gaia, village, Paxo, Greece, West Africa, xxi. 661. science, XXII. 43.

XVIII. 439. FUTAK, father of Mani, xv. 482. GABRIG, river, Persia, XVIII. 620. GAIR-Fowl, or Gare-Fowl, x. 78; III. 85, FUTTEHPOOR (Fathipur), district and GAD, prophet, in Scripture, X. 4.

734. town, India, ix. 50.

Tribe of, X. 4.

GAISERIC, or Genseric (q.v.), king of the Sikri, town, India, ix. 51. GADAMES, or Ghadames (.v.), town, Vandals, X. 159; XX. 781; XXIV. 58. FUTURE, Psychological presentation of Sahara, Africa, X. 4.

GAISSIN, town, Russia, X. 16. the, xx. 64.

GADARA, ancient town, Syria, X. 4. Gaius, Roman jurist, X. 16; XIII. 794; EVENTS, Mathematical probability GADDESDEN, John, English writer on his diction and style, xiv. 338; Inof, xix. 773. medicine, xv. 807.

stitutes of, discovered by Niebuhr, STATE, in eschatology, VIII. GADDI, family of Italian painters, X. 5.

XVII. 492. 537.

Agnolo, x. 5; his glass paintings GAJ, Ljudevit, Croatian writer, xxi. 691. Fux, Johann Joseph, Austrian musical X. 669.

GALA, river, Scotland, XXIII. 673. composer, ix. 855; XVII. 90

GADES (Cadiz), ancient town, Spain, iv. GALAAD, or Galahad, hero of Arthurian FUXUM (Foix), ancient town, France, IX. 626; xvIII. 806; XXII. 305.

romance, XX. 646, 647. 353. GAD-FLY, VII. 256.

GALABAT, town, Upper Egypt, x. 17. FUZE, or Fuse (q.v.), Percussion, XI. 305. GADIATCH, town, Russia, X. 6. GALACTIN, constituent of milk, XVI. 303. FÜZES-GYARMAT, town, Hungary, XI. GADOLINITE, mineral, xiv. 292; xvI. GALACTITE, mineral, XVI. 423. 346.

409.

GALACTOMETER, for indicating specific FUZULI, Ottoman poet, XXIII. 656. GADSHILL PLACE, Kent, Dickens's re gravity of milk, 1. 168. FYLKI, Norwegian division of land, sidence, VII. 178.

GALACZ (Galatz), town, Roumania, X. XVII. 584.

GADUS, genus of fishes, XI. 363; XII. FYNE, Loch, Scotland, its herring fishery, 691; XIX. 402, 650; XXIV. 554. GALAGINÆ, subfamily of lemurs, XIV. IX. 260. GADWALL, bird, x. 6.

442. FYRD, early English militia, 11. 568. GÆA, Oracle of, at Olympia, xvII. 808. GALAHAD, or Galaad, hero of Arthurian Fyr, Johannes, Flemish painter, ix. GAEKWAR, or Gaikwar, Mahratta ruler, romance, XX. 646, 647. 856.

III. 381; XV. 290.

GALAM, of Irish legend, XIII. 244. FYZABAD (Faizabad), division and dis GAELIC LANGUAGE, X. 6; V. 298; xiv. GALANGAL, aromatic drug, X. 17. trict, India, VIII. 855; town, VIII. 855; 694; dictionaries of, vii. 188.

GALANTHUS, genus of plants, XXII. 201. XVIII. 72.

GAELIC LITERATURE, X. 6; of Scotland, GALAOR, brother of Amadis of Gaul,
V. 313, 327.

XX. 654.
GAELS, V. 297; in Ireland, XIII. 244, 246; GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, Pacific Ocean, x.

in Scotland, xxi. 473; in Wales, XVIII. 17; birds of, ill. 747.
X. I.
482.

GALASHIELS, town, Scotland, X. 18; GA, language and tribe, Gold Coast, GAETA, town, Italy, X. 13.

XXI. 638. Africa, X. 756.

Giovanni da (Pope Gelasius II.), x. GALATA, part of Constantinople, VI. 306. GABÆ (Ispahan), ancient town, Persia, 130.

GALATEA, of Greek legend, XVII. 346. XIII. 395.

GAETANO, Giovanni (Pope Nicholas III.), pastoral by Cervantes, V. 351. GABAO, river, West Coast, Africa, X. 3. XVII. 484.

GALATI, ancient Gallic tribe, X. III. GABELENTZ, Hans Conon von der, GÆTULIA, ancient district, North Africa, GALATIA, division, Asia Minor, X. 18; German philologist, X. I.

coins of, xvII. 648; St Paul in, XVIII. GABELSBERGER, F. X., German steno- GÆTULIANS, people, Mauretania, Africa, 419. grapher, xxi. 841.

XV. 637; XVII. 628.

GALATIANS, Epistle to the, X. 19. GABES, town, Tunis, XXIII. 620. GAFF, kind of sail, xxi. 153.

GALATINA, town, Italy, X. 21. GABET, J., French traveller in Tibet, GAGATES, mineral, XIII. 672.

GALATZ, town, Roumania, X. 21; XXI. XIV. 503; XXIII. 338. GAGE, Thomas, English governor of

16. GABII, ancient town, Italy, X. 2; XIV. Massachusetts, X. 14; XXIII. 739. GALAUP, Jean François, French navi344.

GAGERN, Hans Christoph Ernst, Baron gator, XIV. 298. GABION, in fortification, IX. 424.

von, German statesman, X. 14.

GALBA, Servius Sulpicius, Roman GABLE, in architecture, 11. 465.

GAHLAH, edentate mammal, xvIII. 211. emperor, X. 21; XVII. 351; XX. 773; GABLER, Georg Andreas, German philo- GAHNITE, mineral, xvi. 386.

his contest with Otho, xvIII. 65. sopher, X. 2. GAHN'S BLOWPIPE, III. 837.

GALBANUM, gum-resin, X. 22. SJohann Philipp, German theologian, GAIA (Oporto), ancient town, Portugal, GALBULA, genus of birds, XIII. 531. X. 2.

XVII. 796.

GALCHAS, race of people, Asia, xxIII. GABLONZ, town, Bohemia, X. 3.

village, Paxo, Greece, XVIII. 439.

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GALDAN, convent, Tibet, xiv. 501. GALLABAT, or Galabat, town, Upper GALLUPPI, Pasquale, Italian philoso-
Kalmuk khan, XVI. 745.
Egypt, X. 17.

pher, x. 46. GALE, Theophilus, English theologian, GALLAND, Antoine, French Orientalist, GALLUS, genus of birds, ix. 491; XIX.

x. 37; translator of Arabian Nights,

644. Thomas, English scholar, X. 23. XXIII. 318.

brother of the emperor Julian, XIII. GALEAZZO, Gian, count of Pavia, XIII. GALLARATE, town, Italy, X. 38.

768. 478.

GALLAS, or Galla, African race, x. 38; C. Cornelius, Roman poet and GALELA, town, Jilolo, Indian Archi I. 63, 263.

orator, X. 47; reference to, in Virgil's pelago, XIII. 692.

GALLATIN, Albert, American politician, Georgics, XXIV. 253. GALEN, Christoph Bernhard van, prince X. 38.

Martin, Polish chronicler, XIX. bishop of Münster, X. 23.

MOUNTAINS, Wyoming, U.S.A., 299.
Claudius, ancient medical writer,
XXIV. 737

GALMEI, mineral, XVI. 410. X. 23; XV. 803; as anatomist, I. 803; GALL-BLADDER, in anatomy, VII. 231; Galois, Évariste, French mathemation arteries and veins, XXIV. 95; on surgical removal of, xxii. 691.

cian, X. 48. the brain as the seat of intellect, XVIII. | GALLE, J. G., on parallax, XVIII. 249. GALOUBET, musical pipe, XIX. 110. 842; his surgery, XXII. 675.

Point de, town, Ceylon, X. 40. GALT, town, Ontario, Canada, XVII. 775. GALENA, mineral, xiv. 375; XVI. 391. GALLEGO, dialect of Galicia, Spain, John, Scottish novelist, X. 47. town, Illinois, U.S.A., X. 24. XXII. 352.

GALTCHA, or Galchas, people, Turkestan, GALENSTOCK, mountain, Switzerland, GALLEGOS, river, Patagonia, XVIII. XXIII. 25, 636.

353.

GALTYMORE, mountain, Ireland, XIII. GALEOCERDO, genus of sharks, XXI. Spanish people, X. 26.

215; XXIII. 405. 776.

GALLERY, in architecture, II. 465; in GALUPPI, Baldassare, Italian composer, GALEODES, genus of Arachnida, II. 280. tunnelling, xxIII. 622.

X. 48. GALEOPITHECIDÆ, family of insectivor- GALLEYS, Egyptian and Phænician, xxi. GALVANI, Luigi, Italian physiologist, ous mammals, XV. 401. 805.

X. 48; his electrical discoveries, VIII. GALERIUS MAXIMIANUS, Roman em GALL-FLY, XII. 576.

9. peror, XV. 644.

GALLIA, or Gaul (q.v.), X. III; coins of, GALVANIC BATTERIES, VIII. 92. GALESBURG, town, Illinois, U.S.A., X. XVII. 635; libraries, XIV. 512. GALVANISM, applied to blasting, III. 24.

NARBONENSIS, XIV. 287.

808 ; Nobili's discoveries in, xvII. GALEUS, genus of sharks, XXI. 774. GALLIC ACID, X. 41; XIV. 381.

524. GALGACUS, ancient British chief, iv. GALLICAN CHURCH, Liberties of the, GALVANIZED IRON, XIII. 357. 353, 663; I. 290.

IX. 543, 550, 578; XIX. 506, 507. GALVANOMETER, for measuring electric GALGULUS, genus of birds, XII. 696. GALLICANUS, Vulcatius, Augustan his currents, X. 49; construction of, viii. GALIANI, Ferdinando, Italian political torian, Ill. 74.

13; differential, vIII. 43; its use in economist, X. 24; XIX. 362.

GALLIEN, Johanna, wife of Wyttenbach, telegraphy, xxIII. 116. GALICIA, province, Austria, X. 25; in XXIV. 715

GALVANOTROPISM, in vegetable physiosurrection in (1846), III. 136.

GALLIENUS, P. Licinius, Roman logy, xix. 60. province, Spain, X. 26; XXII. 298; emperor, X. 42; XX. 776.

GALVESTON, town, Texas, U.S.A., X. dialect of, XXII. 352.

GALLINÆ, group of birds, XVIII. 46. 53; XXIII. 205. GALIEN, Joseph, his aeronautic chimera, GALLINAGO, genus of birds, XXII. 200. GALVEZ, Bernard, Spanish governor of 1. 187.

GALLINULA, genus of birds, XVI. 808. New Orleans, XVII. 404. LE RHETORÉ, romance, XX. 652. GALLIO, Junius Annæus, Roman pro GALWAY, county, Ireland, X. 55; popuGALILEE, province, Palestine, X. 27; consul of Achaia, X. 42.

lation and representation, XXIII. 727; XVIII. 171, 177. GALLIPOLI, town, Italy, X. 42.

town, X. 56; Queen's College at, XXIII. Sea of, Palestine, X. 29.

town, Turkey, X. 42.

855. GALILEI, Vincenzo, father of Galileo, GALLIRALLUS, genus of birds, xvii. GAMA, Vasco da, Portuguese navigator, X. 30; on music, XVII. 86. 722.

X. 57 ; his discoveries, X. 181; GALILEO (Galileo Galilei), Italian man of GALLIREX, genus of birds, XXIII. 487. doubling of Cape of Good Hope by,

science, X. 30; anagram of one of his GALLIUM, chemical element, X. 43. V. 44; his expedition to India, XII. discoveries, 1. 791; his astronomical GALL NUTS, X. 45.

796. discoveries, II. 753; on the rings of Gallo-GRÆCIA, or Galatia, Asia Minor, GAMALIEL, Jewish rabbis, x. 58. Saturn, II. 811; his telescopes, xxIII. X. 18.

GAMARRA, General, ruler in Peru, xvIII. 136; his thermometer, xxIII. 288; as GALLON, standard of measure, xxiv. 678. a writer, XIII. 511.

480.

GAMASIDES, family of acarids, II. 276. GALINDÆ, ancient tribes, Lithuania, GALLOTANNIC ACID, XXIII. 48. GAMBA, organ pipe, xvII. 830. XIV. 701.

GALLOWAY, district, Scotland, xiv. 98; GAMBASSI, or Gham basso, F. D. L., his GALINGALE, or Galangal, aromatic drug, XVII. 571; xxiv. 563.

glass paintings, X. 670. X. 17.

Thomas, Scottish mathematician, GAMBETTA, Léon, French politician, IX. GALIN-PARIS-CHEVÉ, system of musical

626. notation, XVII. 100.

HORSE, XII. 190.

GAMBIA, colony and river, West Africa, GALITCH, town, Russia, X. 37.

GALLS, Animal and vegetable, X. 43; X. 59; 1. 253; XXI. 661; birds of, 111. GALL, Franz Joseph, Swiss anatomist formation of, XIII. 143; use of, in tan 759. and phrenologist, X. 37; XVIII. 842. ning, xiv. 382.

GAMBIER, Lord, English admiral, Theodore, on the brain, xvIII. GALL'S PROCESS, in wine-making, 843. XXIV. 603.

ISLANDS, South Pacific, XXIII. 602. GALLA, race of people, Africa, X. 38; 1. GALL STONES, use of silicylate of GAMBIR, dyestuff, V. 220; XIV. 382. 63, 263.

sodium in their treatment, XXI. 217.

GAMBIT, in chess, V. 593.

X. 43.

X. 6o.

XII. 2II.

X. 70.

76.

IX. 130.

GAMBLING, Law in relation to, X. 67. GAN-HwUy, province, China, v. 635. GARDELEGEN, or Gardeleben, town, GAMBOA, Sarmiento de, Patagonian GANI, islands, Ladrones, South Pacific, Prussia, X. 76. explorer, xvIII. 353.

XIV. 199.

GARDEN CALENDAR, XII. 290. GAMBOGE, gum-resin, x. 60; IV. 725; GANILH, Charles, French political GARDEN City, Long Island, New York, XIX. 87. economist, X. 69.

U.S.A., XIV. 866.
GAME, Preservation of, its influence on GANJA, or Bhang, plant, 11. 627; XI. GARDENING, Science and practice of,

agriculture, I. 410; on land tenure, 648.
XIV. 270, 276.
GANJAM, district, India, X. 69.

GARDIE, Count de la, Swedish general
FOWLS, XIX. 644.
GAN-KING, town, China, v. 635.

and chancellor, xxII. 748. LAWS, X. 61; in relation to Sabbath GANNAL, Jean Nicolas, French chemist, GARDINER, town, Maine, U.S.A., X. observance, XXII. 655; in Switzerland,

76. XXII. 777 GANNAT, town, France, X. 70.

Colonel James, Scottish soldier, X. GAMES, Ancient, X. 63; gladiatorial, x. GANNET, bird, x. 70. 632; Olympic, xvII. 766; secular, at GANOIDEI, or Ganoids, group of fishes, Stephen, bishop of Winchester, Rome, xxi. 618.

1. 275; XII. 686; in Lankester's classi lord chancellor, X. 76; VIII. 333, 339. Modern, their legal aspects, X. 66; fication, xxiv. 812.

GARE-Fowl, or Great Auk, X. 78; III. XXIV. 305.

GANs, Edward, German jurist, X. 71. 85, 734. GAMETES, reproductive cells of plants, GÄNSBACHER, Johann Baptist, Tyrolese GАRESSIO, Garesso, or Garezzo, town, XX. 425. musical composer, X. 72.

Italy, x. 80. GAMING, its legal aspects, X. 66; xxiv. GANSHA, town, Russia, vili. 146. GARFIELD, James Abram, president of 305.

GANYMEDE, in Greek mythology, x. 72. United States, XXIII. 785, 788.
GAMLIEL, or Gamaliel, Jewish rabbis, Rape of, sculpture by Leochares, GAR-FISH, X. 80.
X. 58.

XIV. 454.

GAR-Fowl, or Gare-Fowl (q.v.), x. 78. GAMMA FUNCTION, Tables of, XXIII. 14. GAOLs, prisons, XIX. 747; discipline of, GARGANEY, bird, x. 80. GAMMER GURTON'S NEEDLE, Still's xix. 747; Mrs Fry's reforms, ix. 805; GARGANO, Monte, mountain, Italy, XIII. comedy, VII. 428; XXII. 550; Skelton's Howard's, XII. 320.

439. song in, XXII. 120. GAP, town, France, X. 72.

GARGANTUA, Rabelais's work, ix. 652; GAMOGENESIS, sexual generation, II. GARA, Lough, Ireland, xx. 850; XXII. XX. 194, 196. 686.

159.

GARGARUS, Mount, Asia Minor, 11. 706. GAMPO, Srong Tsan, Tibetan king, xiv. GARAMA (Germa), ancient town, Africa, GARGOYLE, in architecture, 11. 465. 228.

GARGUNNOCK Hills, Scotland, xxII. GAMUT, in music, xvII. 80.

GARASSE, François, French Jesuit, ix. 553. GAND (Ghent, q.v.), town, Belgium, x. 661.

GARHAKOTA, town, India, XXI. 146. 562.

GARAT, Dominique Joseph, French GARHWAL, district, India, X. 80; XVII. GANDAK, river, Nepal, XVII. 340. writer, X. 73.

572. GANDER, river, Newfoundland, XVII. Pierre Jean, French composer and GARIBALDI, Giuseppe, Italian liberator, 382. singer, X. 73.

XIII. 487, 489; his defence of Rome, GANDERSHEIM, town and abbey, Ger-GARAY, Janos, Hungarian poet and his XX. 807; his expedition to Sicily and many, X. 67; the nun of (Hros torian, X. 73; XII. 378.

Naples, IX. 625. vitha), writer, XII. 326.

GARAYE, La, chateau at Dinan, France, GARIN DE MONTGLANE, romance, xx. GANDIA, town, Spain, x. 67.

VII 242.

651. Duke of (Francis Borgia), 1x. 694. GARBO, Raffaellino del, Italian painter, GARIOCH, district of Scotland, 1. 44. GANDO, kingdom, Soudan, Africa, X.

GARIOPONTUS, mediæval writer 67; XXII. 279.

GARÇAO, Pedro Antonio Correa, Portu. medicine, xv. 806. GANDY, William, English painter, xx. guese poet, X. 74.

GARLANDE, Mathilde de, founder of 502.

GARCIA, town, Mexico, XXIV. 761. Port Royal abbey, xix. 533. GANELON, of the Roland legends, xx. , king of Galicia, Spain, 1. 615. GARLIC, plant, X. 81; XII. 283. 626.

Adolfo, Peruvian poet, xviii. 676. GARLIESTOWN, town, Scotland, xxiv. GANGANELLI, Giovanni V. A. (Pope Andres de Cespedes, Spanish 562. Clement XIV.), v. 823.

geographer, XVII. 253.

GARMENTS, VI. 453. GANGES, river, India, X. 68; XII. 732; Manoel, Spanish composer and GARNERIN, Jacques, French aeronaut, I.

XVII. 572; canal, 11. 222; valley, II. singer, X. 74. 562.

Vicens, Catalan writer, XXII. 364. GARNET, precious stone, x. 81, 228: GANGI, town, Italy, X. 68.

DE SILVA, Don, Spanish envoy to

XVI. 411. GANGLIA, nerve centres, l. 858; XIX. Persia, xvIII. 638.

GARNIER, Germain, French political 37; in sympathetic nervous system, GARCILASO LA VEGA, Spanish economist, X. 82; XIX. 395. I. 883; in Mollusca, XVI. 637, 643. soldier and poet, x. 74. See Vega.

J.J., his method of working nickel, GANGOH, town, India, XXI. 152. GARCILASO INCA DE LA VEGA, Spanish XVII. 487. GANGOTRI, place of pilgrimage, India, historian, X. 74.

Marie Joseph François, French X. 69.

GARCINIA, genus of trees, X. 60; Xv. officer and explorer, X. 82; IV. 624; GANGPUR, state, India, X. 69; V. 768. 481.

XXIV. 441. GANGRA, town, Asia Minor, XVIII. GARCZYNSKI, Stephen, poet of the Robert, French dramatist, VII. 423; 228. Ukraine, XIX. 305.

IX. 652. GANGRENE, disease, XVI. 849; treatment GARD, department, France, X. 75. GARNIERITE, mineral, xvII. 487. of, xxII. 683.

GARDA, Lake of, Italy, X. 75; XIII. GARNISHEE, in law, III. 51. GANG-SAWS, XXI. 344.

440.

GAROFALO, Il (Benvenuto Tisio), GANGUE, matrix of ores, XVI. 59. GARDAIA, town, North Africa, X. 76. Italian painter, XXIII. 409.

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GARONNE, river, France, X. 83; IX. 506; GASFITTING, IV. 510.

GATLING GUN, XI. 285; XVII. 286. at Toulouse, XXIII. 484. GAS FURNACE, IX. 844.

GATTY, Mrs Alfred (Aunt Judy), Eng. Haute, department, France, X. 83. GAS HARMONICON, I. 115.

lish tale-writer, X. 109. GAR-PIKE, fish, XII. 687.

GASKELL, Mrs, English novelist, X. GAUCHOS, class of people, Argentine GARRETT, J. B. de Almeida, Portuguese 103.

Republic, 11. 493. poet, xix. 557

GAS-LIGHTING, X. 87; introduced by GAUDEN, John, bishop of Exeter, X. GARRICK, David, English actor, X. 83; Accum, 1. 92.

109. his influence on English drama, vii. GASOLENE, or Gasoline, paraffin and GAUDICHAUD - BEAUPRÉ, Charles, 437 petroleum product, XVIII. 242, 719.

French botanist, X. 109. GARRISON, William Lloyd, American GASPARIN, Count Agenor de, French GAUDUS (Gozo), island, Mediterranean, abolitionist, X. 85; xvII. 433; XXII. spiritualist, XXII. 407.

XV. 341. 142; XXIII. 767.

GASPARINO, of Barziza, Italian Latin GAUERMANN, Friedrich, Austrian paintARTILLERY, II. 664, 668. writer, XIV. 342.

er, X. 109. LIBRARIES, of British army, II. GAS-POISONING, XV. 781.

GAUGAIN, J. M., his electrical researches, 586. GAS-PYROMETRY, XX. 129.

VIII. 37; his discharging electroscope, GARROD, Alfred Henry, on birds, XVIII. GASSENDI, Pierre, French philosopher, VIII. 118. 39.

X. 105; IX. 660; on evolution, viii. GAUGAMELA, Mesopotamia, Battle of GARRULUS, genus of birds, XIII. 610. 758.

(331 B.C.), I. 482; XV. 140; XVIII. GARSAURITIS, region, Asia Minor, v. 75. GASSNER, Joseph, German magnetizer, 582. GARTER, principal king at arms, XI. 687.

XV. 277.

GAUGE, for comparative measurement, Order of the, XIV. 122.

GAST, Luc de, trouvère of English birth, GARTH, Sir Samuel, English poet, X. XX. 644.

Pressure, XV. 494. 87.

GASTEIN, valley, Salzburg, Austria, X. Railway, XX. 241, 253. GARUA, mists, Peru, xvIII. 670.

107; mineral springs of, xvi. 433; con GAUGES, Battle of the, for English railGARUDA, fabulous Indian bird, XX. vention of (1865), X. 511.

ways, iv. 397. 611.

GASTEROMYCETES, suborder of Fungi, GAUGING, of casks, XVI. 28. GARUMNA (Garonne), ancient river, IX. 833.

GAUHATI, town, Assam, India, X. III. France, X. 83.

GASTEROPODS, group of Mollusca, XXII. GAUL, ancient country from Rhine to GARVIE, fish, xxII. 432; fisheries, ix. 187.

Pyrenees, X. 111; Cæsar's invasion of, 262.

GASTEROSTOMIDÆ, family of trematode iv. 636; under Rome, xx. 774, 776, GARVOGUE, river, Ireland, XXII. 159. worms, XXIII. 539.

778, 781; coins of, xvII. 635; inhabitGARVOLIN, town, Russian Poland, xxII. GAS-THERMOMETER, XX. 130.

ants, IX. 527; language, V. 297; libra37.

GASTON I.-IV., counts of Foix, IX. 354. ries, xiv. 512. GARZ, town, Rügen, Prussia, XXI. 57.

Jean Baptiste, duke of Orleans, GAULONITIS, province, Bashan, 111. 410. Gas, or Coal Gas, for lighting, X. 87; XVII. 852.

GAULS, their attacks on Rome, XX. 740, Murdock's discovery of the applica- GASTRIC CATARRH, disease, xxII. 574. 743; of Northern Italy, XIII. 446; tion of, xvII. 53; as fuel, XXII. 182; GASTRIC FEVER, XXIII. 678; in the under Brennus, IV. 257; in Asia fuel for iron smelting, XIII. 293; for horse, XXIV. 203.

Minor, X. 19. lighthouses, xiv. 627; vitiation of air GASTRIC JUICE, XVII. 673, 675. GAULUS (Gozo), island, Mediterranean by the burning of, XXIV. 158; natural, GASTROPODA, class of Mollusca, xvi. Sea, XV. 341. in United States, xxIII. 813.

641; in Lankester's classification, GAUMATA, the False Smerdis, Persian GASALAND, Africa, Languages of, xxiv. XXIV. 813.

usurper, xvIII. 568. 828.

GASTROSTEUS, genus of fishes, xxII. GAUNT, John of, duke of Lancaster, GAS-BURNERS, X. 97.

548.

VIII. 319, 327, 328; XIV. 255; his GAS-CARBON, V. 399.

GASTRULA, stage of animal embryo, 11. patronage of Wycliffe, xxiv. 709. GASCOIGNE, George, English poet, X. 103. 51; VIII. 747

GAUNTLET, armoured glove, X. 692. Sir William, English chief justice, GASTRUS EQUI, animal parasite, xxiv. GAUR, medieval town, Bengal, India, 205.

X. 112. William, inventor of the micro-GASZYNSKI, C., Polish poet, xix. 304. Gauss, Carl Friedrich, German mathemeter, XVI. 242; XXIII. 136.

GATAKER, Thomas, English divine, x. matician, X. 116; on determinants, I. GASCONY, province, France, X. 103.

107.

516; his force function, v. 57; on the GAS-ENGINES, XXII. 523.

GATCHINA, town, Russia, X. 108; XXI. distribution of magnetism, xv. 228, GASES, defined, vi. 310; absorption

190.

237, 249; on map projection, X. 207; of, in plants, xix. 45; in coal-mines, GATE-HOUSE, in architecture, II. 465. on the theory of parallels, XVIII. 255. VI. 72; XVI. 459; density of, XII. GATEHOUSE, town, Scotland, xiv. 98. GAUSSEN, F. S. R. Louis, Swiss theo460; diffusion of, vil. 215; diffusion GATES, Horatio, American general, x. logian, X. 116. rate of, XI. 33; dilatation of, ill. 35; 108; XXIII. 744.

GAUSSIAN LOGARITHMS, XIV. 777; Gay-Lussac on dilatation of, X. 122; GATESHEAD, town, England, x. 108. tables of, xxIII. 12. elasticity of, vii. 801; Regnault on GATES OF LIGHT, Kabbalistic work, GAUTAMA, Siddhartha, the Buddha, Iv. expansibility of, xx. 347; expansion XIII. 813.

426. of, by heat, XI. 574; laws of, v. 468; GATH, town of the Philistines, X. 108; GAUTIER, Théophile, French writer, x. XXII. 479; liquefaction of, vill. 732; XVIII. 755.

117; IX. 677 magnetism of, xv. 263; molecular GATHAS, Zoroastrian hymns, XXIV. 775, GAUZE, woven fabric, X. 118. laws of, xvi. 611; molecular theory, 777.

GAVARNI (S. G. Chevalier), French cariIII. 38; physical properties of, xix. GÂTINAIS, district, France, xiv. 809. caturist, X. 118; V. 105. 240; poisonous, XIX. 279; volcanic, X. GÂTINE, part of Deux-Sèvres, France, GAVARNIE, district, France, xx. 125, 241; waste, from furnaces, XIII. 307. XXI. 710.

127.

X. 103.

X. 120.

GAVE DE PAU, river, France, XVIII. 414; | GEDDES, Alexander, Scottish Biblical | GELL, Sir William, English scholar and XX. 126. critic, X. 127.

antiquary, X. 134. GAVELKIND, system of land tenure, Jenny, originator of uproar against GELLERT, Christian Fürchtogott, GerEngland, X. 119; V. 800; XIX. 733; Scottish liturgy, XXI. 512.

man writer, X. 134, 533; as hymnXX. 305, 307; in Ireland, XIII. 218. GEDROSIA, Parthian satrapy, XVIII. 586. writer, XII. 588. GAVESTON, Piers, earl of Cornwall, vii. GEDYMIN, king of Lithuania, xiv. GELLIUS, Aulus, author of the Noctes 683; VIII. 313. 702.

Atticæ, X. 135; his diction and style, GAVIÆ, group of birds, XVIII. 45. GEEL, or Gheel, town, Belgium, X. XIV. 338. GAVIAL, Indian crocodile, Vi. 593.

562.

GELON, tyrant of Syracuse, X. 135; GAVRE, Prince of (Lamoral Egmont), GEELONG, town, Victoria, Australia, X. XXII. 16, 814; coins of, xvII. 638. VII. 699.

128.

GELONUS, Grecian settlement, Russia, GAVRILOVSK, town, Russia, xxiv. 271. GEELVINK BAY, New Guinea, XVII. 386. XXI. 575. GAWLER, town, South Australia, XXII. GEESE, poultry, X. 777; XIX. 647. GELSEMIUM, plant and drug, X. 135; 284.

GEEST, district, Oldenburg, Germany, XIII. 596. Gay, Delphine (Madame É. de Girardin),

XVII. 757

GEM, X. 136. French writer, X. 621.

GEESTEMÜNDE, town, Germany, X. 128. GEMATRIA, in Mishnah and Kabbalah, John, English poet, X. 119; XVIII. GEEZ, language of Abyssinia, 1. 64; VIII. XVII. 626. 347. 612; XXI. 654.

GEMBLOURS, Belgium, Battle of (1578), Marie Françoise, French authoress, GEEZEH, Ghizeh, or Gizeh, Egypt, IX. 37; XIII. 718.

Pyramids of, 11. 385; VII. 771; XX. GEMEINDE, Prussian administrative GAYA, district and town, India, X. 120. 123.

division, xx. 18. HARBOUR, British North Borneo, GEFLE, town, Sweden, X. 128; XXII. GEMEL RINGS, XX. 561. XXI. 123.

742.

GEMEN, Godfrey de, on Gothland sea GAY - LUSSAC, Joseph Louis, French GEFLEBORG, county, Sweden, XXII. 741. laws, XXI. 585.

physicist and chemist, X. 121; his GEGEN KHAN, Mongol ruler, XVI. 742. GEMETICUM (Jumièges), France, Abbey balloon experiments, I. 194; on fer- GEHENNA, in eschatology, VIII. 536. of, XIII. 772. mentation, ix. 93; on the combinations GEHLENITE, mineral, xvi. 412. GEMINIANI, Francesco, Italian violinist, of gases, v. 465; his experiments on GEIB, John, pianoforte maker, xix. 74.

X. 136. prussic acid, xx. 22; his process of GEIBEL, Emmanuel, German lyrist, X. GEMISTUS, or Pletho, Georgius, Byzansilver assaying, II. 727. 546.

tine scholar, X. 136. GAYLUSSITE, mineral, xvi. 399; XXII. GEIGE, musical instrument, XXIV. 242. GEMMÆ, of plants, XX. 423. 240.

GEIGER, Abraham, Jewish scholar and GEMMA FRISIUS, on navigation, XVII. GAYSIN, town, Russia, XIX. 254.

theologian, X. 128.

251. GAZA, town of the Philistines, Palestine, GEIJER, Erik Gustav, Swedish historian, GEMMATION, Reproduction by, in X. 124; XVIII. 755; battle of (1244), X. 129; XXII. 757.

ascidians, xxIII. 617; in corals, vi. XXIII, 161.

GEIKIE, Walter, Scottish subject painter, 373. Theodorus, Greek scholar, X. 125.

GEMOT, assembly of the township, in GAZELLE, antelope, II. 101.

GEILER, or Geyler, Johann, of Kaisers early England, iv. 62. GAZETTE, London, official newspaper, X. berg, German preacher, X. 129. GEMS, Engraved, X. 136; engraving of, 125; establishment of, XVII. 415. GEISERS (Geysers, q.v.), x. 556.

XIV. 298; in rings, xx. 560; Etruscan, DE FRANCE, newspaper, XVII. 423. GEISSHÄUSLER, Oswald, Swiss Reformer, VIII. 640; Greek, 11. 353, 358, 363; GAZUL, Clara, her alleged dramatic

Roman, Il. 366. works (Mérimée's), XVI. 37.

GEISSLER, Heinrich, German physicist, GEMSBOK, antelope, X. 141. GCALEKALAND, district of Kaffraria, x. 130; his mercurial air-pump, xvi. GENAUNI, Rhætian people, xx. 505. South Africa, XIII. 817.

GENDARMERIE, French police, X. 142. GDOFF, town, Russia, xxi. 190.

TUBE, VIII. 64; XIX. 229.

GENEALOGY, X. 142. GEAN TREE, wild cherry, v. 586. GEIST DER ZEIT, by Arndt, 11. 622. GENELLI, Giovanni Buonaventura, GerGEARKSUTITE, mineral, xvi. 384. GELA (Terranuova), ancient town, Sicily, man artist, X. 145. GEBAL (Jebeil), ancient town, Syria, X. 130; XXII. 16; coins of, xvII. 639. GENERAL AVERAGE, XIII. 187 ; in XIII. 613. GELASIUS I., pope, X. 130; XIX. 492;

maritime insurance, Ill. 145. BARKAL, Ethiopia, Pyramids of, as hymn-writer, XII. 582.

GENERAL BOUNCE, Whyte Melville's XX. 124.

II., pope, X. 130.

novel, xv. 844. GEBER (Abu Musa Dschabir), carly GELATIN, X. 130; V. 579; use of, in GENERATION, in biology, X. 146; III. chemist, X. 125; his discoveries, I. 464. photography, XVIII. 828.

687; XX. 407; of molluscs, xvi. 637, AL-BATANI (Al-Battani, q.v.), Ara Blasting, or Nitroglycerin, xvII. 682; of mosses, xvII. 70; of tapebian astronomer, Il. 751. 520.

worms, xxIII. 52; Harvey's work on, B. AFLAH, Arabian astronomer, GELATINIGERA, order of Protozoa, XIX. XI. 505; Oken's theory of, xvii. 750. XXIII. 562.

- Spontaneous, I. 49; Lamarck on, GEBIR, Landor's poem, XIV. 278. GELBEISENERZ, mineral, xvi. 402.

XIV. 232 ; Leeuwenhoek's refutation GEBIROL, Ibn (Avicebron, q.v.), Jewish GELDERLAND, ancient duchy, Germany, of, XIV. 411. writer, III. 152; XIII. 814; XXI. 426.

XI. 243.

GÊNES (Genoa, q.v.), town, Italy, X. 154. GEBWEILER, town, Alsace, Germany, X. GELDERN, or Guelders, town, Rhenish GENESEE, river, New York, U.S.A., 126. Prussia, XI. 244.

XVII. 451 ; XX. 614; Portage bridge GECINUS, genus of birds, xxiv. 651. GELÉE, Claude (Claude of Lorraine, q.v.), across, Iv. 328. GECKOS, GECKOTIDÆ, family of lizards, French painter, v. 814.

GENESIS, Book of, xvIII. 505; the idea X. 126; XIV. 734, 737. GELELÉ, chief of Dahomey, VI. 766.

of God in, xxIII. 236; Philo's comGED, William, printer, X. 127. GELIMER, Vandal king, XXIV. 59.

mentary on, XVIII. 762.

XXV. 23

X. 129.

XX. 331.

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