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KHAFRA, or Chephren, king of Egypt, | KHARGEH, or Kharija, oasis, Africa, | KHMER, people, Cambodia, IV. 725. V. 582; VII. 733; pyramid of, xx. XVII. 695.

KHNUM, Egyptian deity, l. 740; VII. 123. KHARIJITES, Moslem dissenters, xvi.

718. KHAGASSES, people, Siberia, XXII. II. 560, 564, 569, 571, 592.

Kho, tribe, Hindu Kush, XIV. 9. KHAGAUL, town, India, xvIII. 409. KHARIMKOTAN, island, Kuriles, Asia, Khol, town and district, Persia, xiv. KHAIBAR, Arabia, Mohammed's attack XIV. 160.

65; XVIII. 626. upon (628), XVI. 557.

KHARIZMI, Al, on numerals, XVII. 626. Khoi-KHOIN, South-African race, XII. KHAIRABAD, town, India, XIV. 56; | KHARIZMIANS, their invasion of the

309. XVIII. 72; XXII. 102.

Holy Land, XXIII. 162.

KHOJAH DYNASTY, Kashgar, Central KHAIRAGARH, state, Central Provinces, | KHARIZM SHAHS, Empire of the, XXIII. Asia, xiv. 8. India, XX. 257. 660. See Khwarizm.

KHOJEND, town, Turkestan, xiv. 65; KHAIRIGARH, district, Oudh, India, KHARKOFF, government, Russia, xiv. XXII. 821. XVIII. 71.

57; XXI. 69.

KHOKAND, town, Turkestan, xiv. 65; KHAIRPUR, town, India, XIV. 56.

town, Russia, XIV. 57; XXI. 70; IX. 85; XVIII. 101. KHAIZORAN, mother of Haroun al Ras university of, XXIII. 852.

KHOLUI, village, Russia, XXIV. 271. chid, XVI. 581.

KHARPUT, town, Armenia, xiv. 57. KHONGS, race of people, Siam, XXI. 852. KHAJUNA LANGUAGE, on upper Indus, KHARTUM, or Khartoum, town, Egypt, KHONI, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, X. 598. XIV. 58; I. 267; XVII. 507, 610.

XXIII. 514. KHAKANI, Persian writer, xvIII. 658. KHAS, aboriginal race, Indo-Chinese KHONS (Chons), Egyptian deity, v. 685. KHALDOUN, Ibn, Arabic writer, XII. Peninsula, XIV. 294.

KHONSAR, town, Persia, xiv. 66. 609; XXIII. 5.

KHASH-RUD, river, Afghanistan, I. 229. KHOPER, river, Russia, XXI. 74. KHALID, Bani, Arab tribes, XVII. 773. KHASI AND JAINTIA Hills, district, KHORAIZA, Arab tribe, XVI. 556.

BEN AL-WALID, Moslem leader, India, xiv. 58; heavy rainfall in, II. KHORAMABAD, town, Persia, xiv. 66. XVI. 562.

691.

KHORASAN, or Khorassan, province, KHALIFA (Caliph, Mohammedan sove KHASSIA LANGUAGE, Dictionary of, Persia, xiv. 66; I. 228; XVI. 44; XVIII. reign, iv. 706; XVI. 589, 591; XXII.

626; insurrection in, XVIII. 651; great 661.

KHATIB, Mohammedan preacher, xxII. salt desert of, xvIII. 621. KHALIFAH, Hajji, Arabic writer, XI. 662.

Veiled Prophet of (Al-Mokanna), 377.

KHATMANDU, town, Nepal, xiv. 59; XVI. 44, 580, 608. KHALIFATE (Caliphate), The Eastern,

XVII. 342.

KHOR NOWARAT, bay, Red Sea, xx. XVI. 565.

KHAUSAR, river, Nineveh, XVII. 512. 316. KHALIL, shah of Persia, XVIII. 632. KHAYAL, Mohammed Taki, Persian KHOROL, town, Russia, xix. 410. El, or Hebron, Palestine, XI. 608. writer, XVIII. 657.

KHORSABAD, ruins of Nineveh, II. 398; KHALKHAS, Mongol tribes, xvI. 744, KHAYYAM, Omar b. Ibrahim al, Persian

XVII. 512. 749.

mathematician, XVII. 771; XVIIL 658. | KHORSUM, region, Tibet, XXIII. 340. KHALKI, one of Princes Islands, Sea of KHAZAEL, tribe, Mesopotamia, XVI. 52. KHOSHOTS, or Khoshod, tribe of MonMarmora, xix. 742.

KHAZARASP, town, Khiva oasis, Asia, gols, iv. 710; XVI. 744, 749. KHALLIKAN, Ibn, Arabic writer, XII. XIV. 64.

KHOSRAU, or Chosroes, I., king of 609; XXIII. 5.

KHAZARIA, ancient territory, south Persia, xvIII. 612. KHAM, region, Tibet, XXIII. 339. eastern Russia, XIV. 59.

II., of Persia, XVIII. 614; capture KHAMAR-DABAN, mountain, Siberia, KHAZARS, ancient people, Caucasus, of Jerusalem by, Vi. 622. XXII. 3; XXIII. 509. XIV. 59; XXI. 78.

Amir, Persian poet, XVIII. 659. KHAMGAON, town, India, Xiv. 56. KHAZNA, ruin, at Petra, Syria, xvIII. Nasir b., Persian poet, XVII. 237; KHAMIS BAR KARDAHE, Syriac hymn 705.

XVIII. 658. writer, XXII. 855.

KHEDIVE, title of sovereign of Egypt, AND SHIRIN, poem of Nizami, KHAMMURAGAS, dynasty of Babylon, VII. 766, 784.

XVII. 522. III. 185.

KHELAT, town, Baluchistan, xiv. 61; KHOTAN, town and district, Turkestan, KHAMSAH, district, Persia, xvIII. 627.

XIV. 67; XXIII. 639; XXIV. 728. KHAMTI, Shan language, XXI. 774. KHEMNITZER, Ivan, Russian fabulist, KHOTEEN (Khotin), town, Russia, xiv. KHAN, Eastern inn, v. 85.

XXI. 106.

67. S or Kaan, title, its application, Xiv. KHERASKOFF, Michael, Russian poet, KHOTES, Mahratta landed proprietors, 150. XXI. 106.

India, XV. 290. KHANDESH, district, India, xiv. 56. KHERI, district, India, xiv. 61.

KHOTIN, town, Russia, xiv. 67. KHANDLA, town, India, XVII. 114. KHERSON, government, Russia, xiv. 61; KHOWARIJ, Arab sect, II. 250. KHANDPARA, state, India, XIV. 57; XXI. 69; town, xiv. 62.

KHRI-SRONG LDEU-BTSAN,

Tibetan town, XVII. 845.

KHERWA, town, Bornu, Africa, XIV. 153. king, XIV. 229; XXIII. 345. KHANDS, race, India, xv. 185.

Khiao, chief ruler of the Laos, Indo- KHUAREZM (Khwarizm, q.v.), kingdom, KHANDWA, town, India, XIV. 57; XVII. Chinese Peninsula, XIV. 294.

XIII. 621. 509.

KHIMARA, mountains, Albania, I. 447. KHUDABANDA, Muhammad, shah of KHANGKA, lake, Siberia, XXII. 5. KHINALUGH, Caucasian tribe, XIV. 475. Persia, xvIII. 637. KHANIA (Canea), town, Crete, iv. 806; KHING-AB, affluent of the Oxus, Central | KHUFU (Cheops), king of Egypt, v. 582;

Asia, XVIII. 103.

VII. 732; pyramid of, XX. 123. KHAN-TENGRI, mountain, Turkestan, KHINGAN MOUNTAINS, Siberia, XXII. KHULM, province and river, AfghaniXXIII. 633. 3; XXIII. 510.

stan, I. 242. KHARAYOK, river, Siam, XXI. 850. KHIVA, khanate, Turkestan, xiv. 62; KHULNA, town, India, xiv. 67. KHAREZM (Khwarizm, q.v.), ancient town, xiv. 65; XVIII. 101.

KHUNS (Chons), Egyptian divinity, v. kingdom, Turkestan, xiv. 62.

KHMELNIK, town, Russia, XIX. 254. 685; VII. 718.

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KHURASAN (Khorasan, q.v.), province, KIERKEGAARD, Sören, Danish philo landers, V. 801; VI. 478; of early Irish, Persia, xiv. 66; XVIII. 621, 626, 651. sopher, XIV. 72; VII. 93.

XIII. 257 KHURJA, town, India, xiv. 68.

KIESELGUHR, absorbent of nitroglyc- KILTAN, island, Laccadives, Indian KHURSHEED, pasha, Egypt, VII. 761. erin, vii. 583; XVII. 521.

Ocean, xiv. 183. KHURUSTABAD, ruins of Nineveh, XVII. KIESERITE, mineral, xv. 217; XVI. 401; KILWINNING, town, Scotland, xiv. 77. 512.

XIX. 588.

KIMA, New Guinea mussel, xvII. 389. KHUSHAB, town, India, xiv. 68. KIESERLE, mountain, Germany, XXI. KIMBERLEY, town, South Africa, xiv. KHUZISTAN, province, Persia, xiv. 68. 348.

77; XI. 204. KHVATYNSK, town, Russia, XXI. 305. KIEV (Kieff, 4.v.), town, Russia, xiv. district, Western Australia, xxiv. KHWAJA KIDHR, island, Sind, India, 69.

507. XXII. 90.

KILAUEA, volcano, Hawaii, X. 243; XI. KIMERIDGE CLAY, in geology, iv. 728; KHWALISSES, or Khazars, XIV. 59.

531.

X. 356. KHWARIZM, ancient kingdom (empire KILBRICKENITE, mineral, xvI. 395. KIMHI, or Kimchi, Rabbi David, Jewish

of the Khwarizm shahs), Asia, xiv. KilCREA ABBEY, Cork, Ireland, VI. grammarian, XIV. 77. 62; XIII. 621; XVI. 740; XVIII. 101; 405.

KIMPULUNG, town, Roumania, Xiv. 78. XXIII. 162, 660.

KILCULLEN, Ireland, Round tower of, Ki-Mvita, language, East Africa, XXII. KHWASA, town, India, xxi. 665.

729. KHYBAR PASS, Afghanistan, I. 240 KILDARE, county, Ireland, xiv. 72; Kin, Next of, in law, XIII. 198. district of Punjab, xx. 109.

population and representation, XXIII. dynasty of China, V. 647. KHYRABAD (Khairabad), town, India, 727; town, XIV. 73.

KINABALU, mountain, North Borneo, XIV. 56; XVIII. 72; XXII. 102.

Earls of, XIII, 260, 261.

iv. 56; XXI. 123. KHYRPOOR (Khairpur), town, India, KILDRUMMY CASTLE, Aberdeenshire, KINABATANGAN, river, North Borneo, XIV. 56. Scotland, 1. 45; defence of (1335), xv.

XXI. 123. KIACHTA, or Kiakhta, town, Siberia,

524.

KINCARDINE, county, Scotland, xiv. XIV. 68; XXIII. 511; XXIV. 11. KILHAM, Alexander, Wesleyan sectary, 78; area and population, xxi, 528; KIANG-HAI, town, Siam, XXI. 853.

XVI. 189.

representation, XXIII. 727. KIANG HUNG, Shan state, Burmah, XXI. Kilia, town, Roumania, xiv. 73. KINCHINJINGA,

Kinchinjunga, 773

KILIAN, St, apostle of Franconia, xiv. mountain, Himalayas, XI. 825; XVII. KIANG TUNG, Shan state, Burmah, XXI. 73.

340. 773.

KILIG ARSLAN, Seljuk prince, XXI. 636. | KIN-CHOW Foo, town, China, V. 641. KIARING, lake, Tibet, XXIII. 339. KILIMANE (Quilimane), town, East KINDEH, kingdom, Arabia, II. 255. KIAT, town, Khiva oasis, Asia, xiv. 64. Africa, xx. 180; XVII. 7.

KINDERGARTEN, educational instituKICKELHAHN, mountain, Germany, XXI. KILIMANJARO, mountain, East Africa, tion, xiv. 79; VII. 678; IX. 793. 349.

XIV. 73; 1. 250.

KINDRED, or Consanguinity, vi. 291 ; KID, Skins of, for tanning, xiv. 380, Kilis (Killiz), town, Syria, xiv. 76. IX. 18; personal names based on, xvII. 389; for gloves, X. 692.

KILKENNY, county, Ireland, xiv. 74; 169; in totem tribes, XXIII. 472. KIDD, Captain William, English ad

population and representation, xxIII. KINE, town, Egypt, VII. 776. venturer, XXII. 257.

727; coal, 11. 106.

KINEMATICS, branch of dynamics, VII. KIDDAW, bird, XI. 262.

town, Ireland, xiv. 75; statute of 582; xv. 678; XIX. 2; of fluids, XII. KIDDERMINSTER, town, England, xiv. (1366), XIII. 259.

461; diagrams in, VII. 149. 68; Baxter's work of reformation in, KILLARNEY, town, Ireland, xiv. 75. KINETIC ENERGY, VIII. 206. III. 455; carpets of, v. 129.

Lakes of, Ireland, X111. 216; xiv. KINETICS, branch of dynamics, xix. 2. KIDJANG, or Kidang, deer, xvII. 32;

KINETIC THEORY, of diffusion of gases, XIII. 602.

KILLDEER, bird, xiv. 76; XIX. 228. VII. 215. KIDNAPPING, in law, xiv. 69

KILLIECRANKIE, Scotland, Battle of KINETON, town, England, xxiv. 379. KIDNEY-BEAN, vegetable, XII. 283. (1689), vii. 539; XXI. 517.

KING, title, XXIII. 417; relations of, to KIDNEYS, their functions, xvII. 683; KILLING Times, Scotland, XXI. 517.

nobility, xvII. 530; prerogatives of, diseases of, XVIII. 386; Bright's disease, KILLINGTON, mountain, Vermont, xix. 673; ancient Roman, xx. 732. IV. 345; surgery of, XXII. 691; of U.S.A., XXIII. 792.

Edward, friend of Milton, xvi. mammals, xv. 366.

KILLINGWORTH, George, his beard, III. KIDRON, brook, Jerusalem, XIII. 636. 464.

Philip Parker, Australian explorer, KIEFER, tree, xix. 103.

RAILWAY, England, xx. 224.

III. 104; XXIV. 509. KIEFF, government, Russia, xiv. 69; Killin Hill, cromlech, Ireland, xv.

Rufus, United States politician, XXI. 69; principality, XXI. 89. 25.

XXIII. 748. town, Russia, xiv. 69; XXI. 70; KILLINITE, mineral, XVI. 416, 425.

W., on brachiopods, IV. 189. observatory at, XVII. 714; pilgrimages Killiz, town, Syria, xiv. 76.

William, archbishop of Dublin, to, XIX. 95; university of, xxIII. 852. KILMARNOCK, town, Scotland, xiv. 76.

XIV. 80. KIEFT, William, director, New Nether-KILMENY, Hogg's fairy tale, XII. 51.

ARTHUR'S ROUND TABLE, Westland, America, XVII. 454.

KILNS, IX. 840; for brickmaking, iv. morland, England, xxiv. 516. KIEL, town, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia, 283; for smelting iron ores, XIII. 291; | KING-BIRD, XIV. 80.

XIV. 71; XXI. 415; observatory at, maltsters', iv. 269; for baking pottery, KING CHARLES LAND, island, SpitzXVII. 712; university, XXIII. 850. XIX. 602, 619, 638, 643.

bergen, XXII. 408. KIELCE, town, Russian Poland, xiv. 71; KILOGRAMME, standard of weight, xxiv. KING CHARLES'S SOUTH LAND, island, government, XIX. 309. 480, 490.

Tierra del Fuego, XXIII. 384. KIELLAND, Alexander, Norwegian novel Kilsyth, town, Scotland, xiv. 77; XXII. KING-CHOW Foo, town, Manchuria, xv. ist, xvii. 592. 554; battle of (1645), XVI. 796.

466. KIER, bleaching apparatus, III. 813. Kilt, part of dress, of Scottish High-KING-CRAB, crustacean, vi. 662.

51, 76.

326.

VII. 377

KING-FISH, XXIV. 738.

KIN-LING (Nanking), ancient town, | KIRKE, Edward, friend of Edmund KINGFISHER, bird, xiv. 81.

China, XVII. 171.

Spenser, XXII. 393. KING GEORGE'S SOUND, Western KINMONT WILLIE, his rescue from KIRKI, or Kirkee, town, India, XIV. Australia, xxiv. 507. Carlisle Castle, V. 109.

99. KING HART, Gawain Douglas's poem, KINNEIL HOUSE, Linlithgowshire, KIRKINTILLOCH, town, Scotland, XIV.

Scotland, xiv. 670.

99. KINGHORN, town, Scotland, 1. 491; 1X. Kino, drug, xiv. 90, 382; tree, VIII. 650. Kirk-Kilissia, town, European Turkey, 152. KINROSS, county, Scotland, xiv.91; area

XIV. 99. KING HORN, early English romance, and population, XXI. 528; representa- Kirk LAR, monument, Daghestan, CauVIII. 410; XX. 658. tion, XXIII. 727; town, XIV. 92.

casus, VII. 105. KING LEAR, Shakespeare's play, xxI. KINSALE, town, Ireland, XIV. KIRKSTALL ABBEY, Yorkshire, Eng764. fisheries at, VI. 403; IX. 264.

land, I. 18; XXIV. 749. KINGLET, bird, xiv. 82.

KIN-SHA-KIANG (Di-chu), river, Tibet, KIRKWALL, town, Orkney, Scotland, KINGO, Thomas, Danish poet and hymn

XXIII. 339.

XIV. 99; XVII. 848. writer, Vil. 90.

KIÖBENHAVN (Copenhagen, q.v.), capital KIRMAN, province, Persia, XIV. 99; XXI. K1-Ngozi, language, Africa, XXII. 729. of Denmark, Vi. 343.

635; town, XVIII. 627, 628. KINGS, First and Second Books of, xiv. Kioto, town, Japan, XIV. 92; XIII. SHAH (Bahram IV.), king of Persia, 83. 577.

XVIII. 610. KINGSBOROUGH, Lord, on Mexican anti- KIOWAS, American-Indian tribe, XII. KIRMANSHAHAN, Kermanshah, or Karquities, II. 450; XVI. 206. 832.

manshah, town and district, Persia, KINGSBRIDGE, suburb of New York, KIPCHAKS, Mongol tribes, XVI. 746, XIV. 100; XVIII. 628. XVII. 458.

747; XXIII. 660, 661.

KIR-MOAB, town, Syria, XIV. 48. KING'S COLLEGE, Aberdeen, Scotland, KIPPIS, Andrew, English writer, XIV.93. KIRRIEMUIR, town, Scotland, xiv. 100. 1. 43.

KIPPURE, mountains, Ireland, viI. 495; KIRSANOFF, town, Russia, xiv. 100; KING'S COLLEGE, Cambridge, IV. 730. XXIV. 557

XXIII. 41. KING'S COLLEGE, London, XXIII. 854. Kips, skins for tanning, xiv. 380, 386. KIRSCHWASSER, liqueur, v. 586. KING'S COUNTY, Ireland, XIV. 86; Kir, branch of Nile, Africa, XVII. 506, KiR SONG DE TSAN (Khri-srong ldeupopulation and representation, XXIII. 508.

btsan), king of Tibet, XIV. 229; XXIV. 727.

KIRATIS, country, Nepal, xvII. 340. 345. KING's Evil, disease, XXI. 554. Kirby, William, English entomologist, KIRTLAND, Ohio, U.S.A., first Mormon KINGSHIP, in early England, vill. 273,

XIV. 93.

settlement, XVI. 826. 281.

KIRCHER, Athanasius, German scholar KIRWAN (Kairwan), town, Tunis, XIII. KINGS' Hows, barrow, Upsala, Sweden, and mathematician, XIV. 93; inventor 824; XVI. 865; XXIII. 620. III. 398.

of magic lantern, XV. 211; on whirl- | KIRWANITE, mineral, XVI. 415. KING's Inns, legal school, Dublin, XIII. pools, XXIV. 541.

KIRZHATCH, town, Russia, XXIV. 271. 90.

KIRCHHEIM

TECK, town, Kis, John, Hungarian writer, XII. 377. KINGSLEY, Charles, English poet and Würtemberg, XIV. 94.

KISFALUDY, Karoly, Hungarian poet, novelist, xiv. 88; on Christian social- KIRCHHOFF, Gustav R., on radiation, XIV. 100; XII. 377. ism, XXII. 210. XX. 215.

Sandor, Hungarian poet, XIV. 101; KING'S LYNN, town, England, xv. 109; Johann W. A., on the Greek XVII. 536.

alphabet, 1. 610.

Kish, of Scripture, XXI. 322. King's MOUNTAIN, Sligo, Ireland, XXII. KIRGHIZ, Tartar tribes, xiv. 94 ; XXII. island, Persian Gulf, xiv. 101. 159. 819, 820; XXIII. 636.

KISHANGANGA, river, India, XIV. 10. KING'S QUHAIR (or QUAIR), poem by KIR-HARESETH (Kerak), town, Syria, KISHANGARH, Kishengurh, or KrishJames I. of Scotland, viii. 413; XIII. XIV. 48.

nagarh, state, India, xiv. 101; XX. 566; XXI. 540.

KIRIA, town, Turkestan, XIV. 67; XXIII. 260. KINGSTON, town, Ontario, Canada, xiv. 639.

KISHICOQUILIS, valley, Pennsylvania, 89; XVII. 775.

KIRIGALPOTA, mountain, Ceylon, V. U.S.A., XVIII. 499. town, Jamaica, XIII. 550. 359.

KISHI-KASHI, town, Zanzibar, Africa, town, New York, U.S.A., XIV. 89. Kirin, town, Manchuria, xiv. 96; Xv. XXIV. 768. W. H. Giles, English writer of 466; province, XV. 466.

KISHINEFF, or Kishlanow, town, Molboys' stories, XIV 90.

KIRJATH ARBA, or Hebron, town, Pales davia, xiv. 101; XXI. 70. KINGSTON-ON-THAMES, town, England, tine, XI. 608.

Kishm, island, Persian Gulf, xiv. 102. XIV. 89; XXII. 694.

Kirk, Prof., on New Zealand timbers, KISHR, husk of coffee berry, II. 238. KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, town, England, XVII. 469.

Kis-MARTON (Eisenstadt), town, HunXII. 340.

KIRKALDY, of Grange, Scottish states gary, VII. 790. KINGSTOWN, town, Ireland, xiv. 90; man, XXI. 502.

KISO-GAWA, river, Japan, XIII. 572. VII. 494.

KIRKBY, John, Gibbon's tutor, X. 573. Kiss, form of greeting, XXI. 236. , town, St Vincent, West Indies, KENDAL, or Kendal, town, Eng Augustus, German sculptor, XXI. land, xiv. 34; XXIV. 515, 516.

566. KING-TIH Chin, town, China, Xiv. 90. LONSDALE, town, England, xxiv. KISSINGEN, town, Bavaria, xiv. 102; KING WILLIAM'S TOWN, Cape Colony, 515, 516.

artesian well at, 11. 645; mineral XIII. 817.

KIRKCALDY, town, Scotland, xiv. 96. water of, xvi. 434. KINI-BALU, or Kinabalu, mountain and KIRKCUDBRIGHT, county, Scotland, xiv. Kissy, town, Sierra Leone, West Africa, lake, Borneo, IV. 56; XXI. 123. 97; area and population, XXI. 528;

XXII. 45. KINKAJOU, carnivorous mammal, xv. representation, XXIII. 727.

KISTNA, district, India, xiv. 102. 441.

town, Scotland, xiv. 98.

river, India, xiv. 103; XV. 184.

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KITAY-GOROD, quarter of Moscow, | KLÉBER, Jean Baptiste, French general, | KNIGHT, Charles, English author and
Russia, xvi. 867.
XIV. 108.

publisher, xiv. 110; XVIII. 538; his KIT-CAT CLUB, London, XIV. 103. KLEIN, Jakob T., on birds, XVIII. 5; his Cyclopædia, VIII. 204. KITCHEN-MIDDENS, prehistoric shell contributions to zoology, xxiv. 804. FEE, or Knight's Fee, Holder of, heaps, II. 116.

Julius Leopold, German dramatist, II. 568; XIV. 112. KITE, bird, xiv. 103.

XIV. 108.

KNIGHTHOOD, XIV. 110; distraint of, KIT's Corty (or COTTY) HOUSE, crom KLEINSEITE, part of Prague, Bohemia, XXIV. 695; precedence in, xix. 664; lech, Kent, England, III. 162; XXI. XIX. 658.

romances of, xx. 633; scutage of, XXI. 52. KLEIST, Ewald Christian von, German

572. KITTATINNY MOUNTAINS, New Jersey, writer, X. 534.

KNIGHT OF THE SHIRE, XVIII. 305. U.S.A., XVII. 396; valley, XXIII. 793, Heinrich von, German dramatist, KNIGHTS, The, of Aristophanes, 11. 508. 794. X. 543.

- Teutonic, military order, xxIII. KITTIGALIS, tribe, Kafiristan, Asia, KLETTENBERG, Susanna K. von, friend XIII. 822. of Goethe, X. 723.

OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE, miliKITTITASS, district, Washington Ter- KLETTGAU, district, Switzerland, XXI. tary order, XXI. 670. ritory, U.S.A., XXIV. 386. 386.

LABOUR, political society, KITTIWAKE, bird, XI. 274.

KLEVE (Cleves), town, Prussia, v. 829. U.S.A., XXIII. 786. Kittlitz, Friedrich H., on birds, XVIII. KLIAS, river, North Borneo, XXI. 123. OF ST JOHN, Malta, XV. 343; XXI. 13.

KLINGENSTIERNA, Samuel, on telescope 173. KITTO, John, English Biblical writer, construction, XXIII. 138.

THE SWORD, at Riga, xx. XIV. 104.

KLINGER, Friedrich Maximilian von, 554.
KITZINGEN, town, Bavaria, XIV. 104.
German writer, X. 540.

TEMPLARS, XVI. 709; XXIII. 160. KIUNG-CHOW Foo (Hainan), island, KLINGs, people, Malacca, xv. 323. KNIPRODE, Weinrich von, grand-master China, XI. 374; town, XI. 375. KLINTzy, town, Russia, XIV. 108.

of Teutonic Knights, XXIII. 201. KIUPRILI (Köprili), town, Turkey in KLIPPSPRINGER, antelope, 11. 101. KNITTING, manufacture, XIV. 127; XII. Europe, XIV. 140. KLIPSTAD, mountain, South Africa,

299. KIUshiu, island, Japan, XIII. 569.

XXIII. 517

KNOCKANARIAN, mountain, Ireland, KIUTAHIA, town, Asia Minor, XIV. KLIPSTEINITE, mineral, XVI. 425.

XXIV. 400. 162.

Klonowicz, Sebastian F., Polish poet, KNOCK-KNEE, Surgical treatment of, Kiwi, bird, xiv. 104; XVII. 469.

I. 93; XIX. 301.

XXII. 692. K1-YUEN, town, Manchuria, xv. 466. KLOPSTOCK, Friedrich Gottlieb, German KNOCKMEALDOWN, mountain, Ireland, Kızıl AGATCH, gulf, Caspian Sea, v. poet, xiv. 108; X. 535; hymns by,

XXIV. 400. 177.

XII. 588.

KNOLE HOUSE, Kent, England, XIV.40. Kızıl ARSLAN, Persian prince, xvII. KLOSTER-HEILSBRONN, town, Bavaria, KNOLLES, Richard, English historian, 522. xi. 624.

XIV. 127. Kızıl ARVAT, town, Transcaspian KLOSTERNEUBURG, town, Austria, xiv. Knot, KNOTS, Theories of, xiv. 127; Region, Russia, XVI. 42; XXIII. 512. 109.

sailors', xiv. 128; XXI. 590. KIZILBASHES, Persianized Turks, in KLOSTER-ZEVEN (Closter-Seven), Prus bird, xiv. 129.

Afghanistan, I. 235; in Khiva, xiv. sia, Convention of (1757), v. 74; VI. KNOTTS OBSERVATORY, Cuckfield, 64; in Central Asia, XXIII. 661. 706; IX. 588.

England, XVII. 711. Kızıl IRMAK, river, Asia Minor, II. KLYAZMA, river, Russia, XXIV. 279. KNOUT, Introduction of, in Russia, XXI. 707.

KNARESBOROUGH, town, England, xiv. 91. KIZIL-KUM, district, Syr-Daria, Asia, 109.

KNOWLEDGE, different meanings of the XXII. 820. KNEBELLITE, mineral, XVI. 410.

word, xx. 49; in metaphysics, XVI. 8o; Kizil-su, river, Turkestan, XXIII. 633. KNEBWORTH HOUSE, Herts, England, XVIII. 793; relation of, to belief, iii. Kızıl UEZEN (or UZAIN), river, Persia,

XI. 772.

533; to logic, xiv. 782, 797; CondilXIII. 213; XVIII. 620.

KNEE-BREECHES, Introduction of, vi. lac's theory of, vi. 251; Fichte's, ix. KIZIL-YART, mountains, Central Asia, 474.

137; Hume's, XII. 352; in Kant's XVIII. 103

KNEE-JOINT, Muscles of the, I. 840. philosophy, XIII. 850; Locke's views KIZLIAR, or Kizlar, town, Russia, xiv. KNEE-PAN, Anatomy of the, 1. 829. on, xiv. 758, 761; Platonic, XIX. 205; 106; XXIII. 186.

KNELLER, Sir Godfrey, painter, xiv. Socratic, XXII. 237, 266; Stoic theory KJÆMPEVISER, Danish ballads, VII. 90. 109.

of, XXII. 565, 566; Xenophanes's, KJÖLEN MOUNTAINS, Norway, xvII. KNIAZHNIN, Russian dramatist, XXI. XXIV. 719. 575.

106.

KNOWLES, James Sheridan, English KLADNO, town, Bohemia, xiv. 106.

Franciszek D., Polish court-poet, dramatist, XIV. 129. KLAGENFURT, town, Austria, XIV. 106.

XIX. 303.

KNOW-NOTHING PARTY, in United KLAMATH, river, Oregon, U.S.A., XVII. KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW States, XXIII. 770. 822.

YORK, Irving's work, XIII. 372. Knox, Henry, American Revolutionary KLANG, town, Malay Peninsula, xxII. KNIEBISHOHEN, mountain, Black Forest, general, xxIII. 789. 587; river, xv. 321. Germany, XXIV. 700.

John, Scottish Reformer, XIV. 130; KLAPROTH, Heinrich Julius von, KNIES, Karl, German economist, XIX. XXI. 500; his attitude towards Queen German Orientalist, XIV. 107. 391.

Mary, xv. 595; on the church and KLAPROTHITE, mineral, xvi. 394. KNIFE, its manufacture, VI. 734.

education in Scotland, xix. 680. KLATTAU, town, Bohemia, xiv. 107. KNIGGE, Baron Adolf von, German KNOXVILLE, town, Tennessee, U.S.A., KLAUSENBURG, town, Hungary, xiv. mystic, XII. 706.

XIV. 134. 107; university of, xX111. 852. KNIGHT, KNIGHTS, of chivalry, xiv. KNUTSSON, Charles, viceroy, Sweden, KLAUSTHAL, town, Prussia, XIV. 108. 110; military service by, II. 568. XXII. 746.

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