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KNUTSSON, Torkel, regent of Sweden, Kölcsey, Ferencz, Hungarian poet and KONIEH, province, Asiatic Turkey, XII. XXII. 745. orator, XIV. 137; XII. 377.

696; xxi. 653; town, XV. 92. KOALA, Australian bear, xv. 379, 382, KOLDEWEY, Captain Karl, German KÖNIGGRÄTZ, town, Bohemia, XIV. 383. Arctic explorer, XIX. 323.

138; battle of (1866), III. 140; X. KOBE, town, Japan, XI. 851; XIII. 578; KOLDING, town, Denmark, XIV. 137. 511.

KÖLEN (Kjölen), mountains, Sweden, KONIGINE, mineral, XVI. 402. KOBELLITE, mineral, XVI. 395.

XXII. 736.

KÖNIGINHOF, town, Bohemia, XIV. KOBELYAKI, town, Russia, xiv. 134; KOLHAPUR, state and town, India, xiv. 138. XIX. 410.

137.

KÖNIGSBERG, town, Prussia, xiv. 138; KOBRIN, town, Russia, XIV. 134. KOLIKOD (Calicut), town, India, iv. XX. 16; library of, xiv. 546; observKOBT (Coptos), ancient town, Egypt, VI. 693.

atory, XVII. 712; university, 1. 451; 355.

Kolin, town, Bohemia, XIV. 137; battle XXIII. 844. KOBURG (Coburg), town, Germany, vi. of (1757), III. 127.

KÖNIGSHÜTTE, town, Prussia, XIV. 139; 91. KOLINSKY, Skins of, ix. 838.

XXII. 53. KOBURGER, Antony, early German KOLLAR, Jan, Bohemian poet, xxII. KÖNIGSMARK, Hans Christoph von, bookseller, IV. 39. 152.

his siege of Athens (1687), 111. 10. Koch, race, India, XII. 791.

KOLLATAJ, Polish statesman and writer, Philipp Christoph von, lover of KOCHANOWSKI, Jan, Polish poet, XIX.

XIX. 304.

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover, X. 420; 300.

KÖLLIKER, Rudolf Albert, naturalist XXII. 263. KOCHOWSKI, Vespasian, Polish writer, and anatomist, 1. 131, 132; VIII. 166, KÖNIGSSPITZE, peak, Rhætian Alps, I. XIX. 302. 168.

627; XXIV. 45. Kock, Charles Paul de, French novel- KOLLYRITE, mineral, XVI. 424.

KÖNIGSTEIN, mountain, Transylvania, ist, XIV. 134.

KOLMAR (Colmar), town, German Alsace, XXIII. 521. Fort de, town, Sumatra, XXII. 639.

KONITZ, town, Russia, XIV. 139. KODAIKANAL, town, India, xv. 192. KÖLN (Cologne, q.v.), town, Germany, KONIYEH (Konieh), town, Turkey in KODAS, town, South Africa, XVII. 168.

Asia, XII. 696. KODOR, river, Caucasus, V. 253. KOLNO, town, Russia, xiv. 817.

KONJAKOFF KAMEN, mountain, Russia, KODOSHIM, part of the Mishnah, xvi. KOLOKOL, Russian periodical, XI. 774;

XXIV. 4. 505. XXI. 108.

KÖNLITE, mineral, xvi. 429. KODUNGALUR, town, India, XIV. 135. KOLOMEA, or Kolomyia, town and KONOSHIONI, American-Indian tribes, KOEME OIL, XVII. 744.

district, Austria, xiv. 137.

XVII. 454. KOENIG, Rudolphe, on acoustics, I. 110, KOLOMENSKOYE, village, Russia, xvi. KONOTOP, town, Russia, XIV. 139 ; 115, 117, 118. 859

XXIII. 96. KOEPFLIN, Wolfgang Fabricius (Capito), KOLOMNA, town, Russia, xiv. 138. KONSBERGITE, mineral, xvi. 382. German divine, v. 73. Ko-los, Chinese tribe, XVI. 224.

KONSK, town, Poland, XX. 218. Kogia, genus of cetacean mammals, xv. Kolougis, people of Algeria, 1. 564.

KONSTANTINOGRAD,

town,

Russia, 396. KOLOZSVAR, Hungary, University of,

XIX. 410. KOHAT, district, India, XIV. 135; XX. XXIII. 852.

KooDoo, antelope, Il. 101. 109; town, XIV. 135. KOLs, people, India, XXII. 94.

KOOM (Kum), town, Persia, xiv. 155; KOH-I-NOOR, diamond, vii. 166. KOLTZOFF, Russian poet, XXI. 107. XVIII. 626, 628. KOHISTAN (Irak Adjemi), province, KOLUCHIN BAY, Eastern Siberia, xv. KoOSEN, Johann Heinrich, his experiPersia, XIII. 213. 547.

ment in magnetization, XV. 253. Kohl, Johann Georg, German traveller KOLYMA, river, Siberia, xxiv. 726. KOOTUB, or Kutab, minaret, Delhi, XXI. and writer, XIV. 136.

KOLYVAN, town, Asiatic Russia, xxII. 22; VII. 47. KOHL-RABI, vegetable, Iv. 618; XII. II; XXIII. 439.

KOPAL, town, Russia in Asia, XXI. 641. 283; culture of, 1. 370.

KOLZUM, town, Egypt, xxII. 620. KOPAONIK, mountain, Servia, XXI. KOHLRAUSCH, Rudolf H. A., his elec- KOMARIT, mineral, XVI. 425.

686. trical investigations, VIII. 39, 42; on KOMEH, lake island, Central Africa, KOPCZYNSKI, Onufry, Polish gramelectrolysis, VII. 219; VIII. 48. XVII. 504.

marian, XIX. 303. KOHLUGA PASS, Central Asia, XII. 3. KOMENSKY, Johann Amos (Comenius), KÖPENICK, town, Prussia, xiv. 139. Koissu, rivers, Caucasus, V. 255.

Bohemian educationist and writer, Vi. KOPEPET-DAGH, or Kopet-Dagh, mounKOJIKI, Japanese chronicle, XIII. 587. 182; VII. 673; XXII. 152.

tains, Transcaspian Region, Russia, KOKBEKTY, town, Russia in Asia, xxi. KOM KUTCHI, mountain, Montenegro, XXIII. 511, 631. 639.

XVI. 780.

KOPPARBERG, county, Sweden, XXII. KOKHMA, town, Russia, XXI. 849. KOMORN, town, Hungary, XIV. 138. 741. KOKONOR, lake, Asia, XIV. 217. KOMOTAU, town, Bohemia, Xiv. 138. KOPPERNIGK (Copernicus, q.v.), NicoKOKOON, or Gnu, antelope, X. 705. KOMUL (Hami), town, Central Asia, XI. laus, German astronomer, VI. 346. KOKSOAK, river, Labrador, xiv. 175. 409.

KOPPITE, mineral, XVI. 426. KOKSTADT, town, Cape Colony, X111.817. KONATHA, or Konasir, Temple of, KOPREINITZ, town, Hungary, XIV. 140. KOLABA, district, India, xiv. 136.

Ceylon, XXIII. 573.

KOPRILI, town, European Turkey, Xiv. KOLA-NUT, XVII. 664; tree, XXI. 662. KONCAN (Concan), district, India, vi. 140. KOLAPOOR (Kolhapur), state and town, 238.

KÖPRILI, Turkish viziers, XXIII.2 645, India, XIV. 137

KONDRATOWICZ, Ludwik W., Polish 646. KOLAR, district, India, XIV. 136.

poet, XIX. 305.

KOPURTHELLA, state, India, XIV. 2. KOLARIANS, race, India, XII. 777. KONGONE, river, Africa, XXIV. 765. KORAISH, Arab tribe, 11. 256; XVI. 545, KOLBERG (Colberg), town, Prussia, vi. KONGSBERG, town,

town, Norway, XIV. 559, 563; language of, xxi. 652. 138.

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XVI. 597; theology of, xxIII. 242; | KOSTENDIL, town, Bulgaria, Turkey, | KOZLOFF, town, Russia, XIV. 143; XXIII.
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XIV. 143.

41. KORAT, territory, Siam, XIV. 140; XXI. KOSTER, or Coster, Laurens, Dutch Ivan, Russian poet, XXI. 107. 853; town, XIV. 140.

printer, XIV. 143; XXIII. 689, 691. KOZMODEMYANSK, town, Russia, xiv, KORDOFAN, province, Soudan, Africa, Samuel, Dutch dramatist, VII. 444; XIV. 140; I. 267; XXII. 278.

KRA, isthmus, Malay Peninsula, XV. 320; KOREA, state, India, XIV. 141; V. 769. ISLANDS, Sweden, XXII. 737. XXI. 851. KOREYSH (Koraish), tribe, Arabia, II. KOSTOMAROFF, Nikolaus, Russian his- KRAFFT, or Kraft, Adam, German sculp256; XVI. 545, 559, 563; XXI. 652. torian, XXI. 108.

tor, XIV. 146; XXI. 565; carvings of, KORIA, state, India, v. 769.

KOSTROMA, government, Russia, xiv. at Nuremberg, XVII. 663. KORINTJI, lake, Sumatra, XXII. 638. 143; XXI. 69; town, XIV. 143. KRAGUSHEVATZ, town, Servia, XXI. KORITSA, town, Albania, Turkey, Xiv. Kosva, river, Russia, XXIV. 279.

688. 141.

KOTAH, state, India, XIV. 143; XX. KRAIN (Carniola), Austria, V. 121. KÖRNER, Karl Theodor, German poet, 260.

KRAIT, Indian snake, XXII. 196. XIV. 141.

KOTAIBA, Ibn, Arab historian, XVI. KRAJOVA, town, Roumania, XIV. 146. KOROSKO, desert, Nubia, xvII. 610. 596; XXIII. 3.

KRAKATOA, volcano, Indian Archipelago, KOROTCHA, town, Russia, XIV. 142. KOTAs, hill tribe, India, XVII. 509. XXII. 653. KOROTOYAK, town, Russia, xiv. 142; KOTELNITCH, town, Russia, XXIV. 303. KRAKOV (Cracow, q.v.), town, Austrian XXIV. 298.

KOTHE, H., German writer on mne Poland, vi. 540. KORS, tribe, Lithuania, Russia, XIV. monics, XVI. 533.

KRAMA, Javanese language, XIII. 608. 702.

KÖTHEN, town, Germany, XIV. 144. KRÄMER, Gerhard, Belgian cartographer, KORSAKOFF, town, Saghalin, Asia, XXI. Kot KAMALIA, town, India, XVI. 789. XV. 520; XVI. 30. 147.

KOTLIAREVSKI, Ivan, Russian poet, XXI. KRAMER, on birds, XVIII. 8. KORSÖR, town, Denmark, XXIV. 771.

KRANICHFELD, district, Germany, XXI. KORTCHEVA, town, Russia, XXIII. 672. KOTOSHIKHIN, Gregory Karpoff, Russian 348. KORTRYK (Courtrai), town, Belgium, writer, XXI. 105.

KRANKENHEIL, spa, Bavaria, XVI. 434. Korri, town, India, XIV. 144.

KRANTZ, Albert, German historian, XIV. KORYAKS, race of people, Eastern Si- KOTSCHUBEYITE, mineral, XVI. 414. 146. beria, xv. 548.

KOTTBUS, town, Prussia, XIV. 144. KRANTZITE, mineral, XVI. 428. KORZENIOWSKI, Joseph, Polish novelist, KÖTTIGITE, mineral, xvi. 404.

KRAPACKS, or Carpathian Mountains XIX. 305.

KOTZEBUE, August Friedrich Ferdinand (q.v.), v. 126. Kos (Cos), island, Asia Minor, Vi. 444. von, German dramatist, XIV. 144; his KRAPIVNA, town, Russia, XXIII. 605. KOSA-DAGH, mountains, Transcaucasia, influence on German drama, VII. 443. KRAPP, Catherine, wife of Melanchthon, Russia, XXIII. 514.

Otto von, Russian navigator, xiv. xv. 833. KOSCHTAN TAU, mountain, Caucasus, 145; X. 193.

KRASICKI, Ignatius, Polish bishop and V. 252.

KOUBR, mausoleum, in Algeria, 11. 419. poet, XIX. 303. KOSCIUSKO, Mount, New South Wales, KOUEN-LUN (Kuen-Lun, q.v.), moun KRASINSKI, Sigismund, Polish poet, XVII. 408. tains, Tibet, 11. 684; XIV. 152.

XIX. 304. Thaddeus, Polish patriot, XIV. 142; | Kous, tribes, Siam, XXI. 852.

KRASNOSLOBODSK, town, Russia, xvIII. XIX. 298. KOULAN, wild ass, II. 717.

515. KÖSEN, spa, Germany, XVII. 249. KOUMISS, fermented mare's milk, iv. KRASNOVODSK,

town, Transcaspian KOSHAUB (Khushab), town, India, Xiv. 264; XVI. 305; distillation of, VII. 264. Region, Russia, XVI. 42; XXIII. 513. 68.

KOURBSKI, Andrew, Russian prince, KRASNOYARSK, town, Siberia, xiv. 147; KOSHKAR, river, Syr-Daria, Asia, XXII.

XXI. 92, 104.

XXII. II; XXIV. 743. 819.

KOUSHID KHAN KALA, town, Merv KRASNYI KHOLM, town, Russia, XXIII. KOSHOD, or Khoshod, Mongol tribes, iv. oasis, Asia, XVI. 42.

672. 710; XVI. 744, 749. Kousso, drug, XIV. 145.

KRASZEWSKI, Joseph Ignaz, Polish Kosi, town, India, XIV. 143.

KOUYUNJIK, or Kuyunjik, remains of novelist, XIX. 305. Kosin, active principle of kousso, XIV. Nineveh, II. 397; XVII. 512.

KRAURITE, mineral, XVI. 405. 145.

KOVALEVSKI, Michael, Russian jurist, KRAWANG, town, Java, XIII. 606. Köslin, town, Prussia, XIV. 143.

XXI. 108.

KREASOTE (Creasote), antiseptic, drug, KOSLOFF, or Kozloff, town, Russia, xiv. KOVEL, town, Russia, xxiv. 282.

and poison, vi. 556; XXIII. 57. 143; XXIII. 41.

Kovno, government, Russia, XIV. 145; KREFELD (Crefeld), town, Germany, VI. Kosmos, Humboldt's work, XII. 345. XXI. 69; town, XIV. 146.

565; XXII. 65. Kosovo, province, Turkey in Europe, KOVROFF, town, Russia, XIV. 146; KREIS, Prussian administrative division, XXIII. 653; battle of (1389), 1. 781; population, XXIV. 271.

XX. 18. XXI. 689; XXIII. 641; battle of (1448), KOWALEWSKY, A., Russian naturalist, KRELI'S COUNTRY, Cape Colony, XIII. 1. 782.

xxiv. 178; on cellular embryology, 817. KoSSLOWSKI, author of Greek Orthodox XXIV. 810.

KREMENETZ, town, Russia, XIV. 147; Confession, XVI. 544.

KOWLOON, suburb of Hong Kong, China, population, XXIV. 282. KOSJMANN, R., on classification of para

XII. 141.

KREMENTCHUG, town, Russia, XIV. sites, xvIII. 261.

KOYUNJIK, remains of Nineveh, 11. 397; 147; XIX. 410. Kosso, or Kousso, drug, xiv. 145.

XVII. 512.

KREMERSITE, mineral, XVI. 384. KOSSOGOL, lake, Siberia, XXII. 5; XXIII. KOZELETS, town, Russia, XXIII. 96. KREMLIN, citadel of Moscow, Russia, 509. KOZELSK, town, Russia, XIV. 146.

XVI. 856. KOSSUTH, Louis, Hungarian leader, XII. KOZIENICE, town, Russian Poland, xx. KREMNITZ, town, Hungary, XIV. 147. 371; III. 137.

218.

KREMSIER, town, Austria, XIV. 147.

VI. 541.

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KREMSMÜNSTER, Austria, Observatory | KRUMMHOLZ, tree, XIX. 104.

KUHNA SHAHR (Kashgar), town, Turkeat, XVII. 713.

KRÜNEN (Cronstadt), town, Austria, Vi. stan, XIV. 7; XXIII. 639. KRESTOWAJA, pass, Caucasus, V. 255. 608.

KUHNITE, mineral, XVI. 404. KRESTSY, town, Russia, xvII. 607. KRUNG-KRAO (Ayuthia), town, Siam, KUHORN, Martin (Bucer), German ReKREUTZER, Conradin, German musical XXI. 852.

former, iv. 411. composer, XIV. 147.

KRUPP, Friedrich, his cannon foundries, KUILU, river, West Africa, Xiv. 742. KREUZNACH, town, Prussia, xiv. 148; VIII. 550; his cannon, 11. 557; XI. 290. KUKA, or Kukawa, town, Bornu, Africa, mineral water of, xvi. 434.

KRUS (Krumen), Negro people, West XIV. 153; 1. 271; IV. 61; XXII. 279. KRIEMHILD, heroine of the Nibelung Africa, XIV. 149.

KUKAYA, Simeon, Syriac hymn-writer, enlied, xvII. 475.

KRUSENSTERN, Adam John, Russian XXII. 832. KRIES, G., German economist, XIX. navigator, XIV. 149.

Kuki Hills, district, India, xv. 69. 392.

KRYLOFF (Kriloff), Ivan A., Russian KU-KLUX-KLAN, secret society, United KRILOFF, town, Russia, xvii. 608. fabulist, XIV. 148.

States, XXIII. 784.
Ivan Andreevitch, Russian fabul- | Krym, or

KRYM, or Crimea (q.v.), peninsula, KUKRI, Nepalese weapon, XXII. 802. ist, XIV. 148; XXI. 106.

Russia, vi. 585.

KUKU Khoro, town, China, XIV. 153. KRIMMITZSCHAU, or Crimmitzschau, KRYUKOFF, town, Russia, xiv. 147. KULAB, district, Central Asia, XII. 3. town, Saxony, vi. 590.

KRZEZOWICE, village, Austrian Poland, KULA BAGH (Kalabagh), town, India, KRIM TATARS, people, Russia, XVI.

XIII. 826. 748.

KSHATTRIYAS, Hindu caste, IV. 203, KULASE KHARAPATNAM, town, India, KRIMTCHAKS, community of Russian 204; V. 188; XII. 781; XVIII. 72.

XXIII. 405 Jews, XIV. 4.

KSHEMANKARA, Sanskrit writer, XXI. KulDJA, Old and New, towns, Central KRINITZ, Madame, Heine's "Mouche," 287.

Asia, XIV. 154. XI. 627.

KTAADN, mountain, New England, KULIKOVO, Russia, Battle of (1380), Kris, Javanese weapon, XIII. 604.

U.S.A., XXIII. 792.

XXI. 91.
KRISHNA (Kistna), district, India, Xiv. KTO VINOVAT? Hertzen's story, XI. 773. Kullu, district, India, XIV. 154.

102, 103; river, XIV. 103; XVII. 123. KUANGO, affluent of the Congo, Africa, Kulm, town, Prussia, xiv. 154; battle KRISHNAGAR, town, India, Xiv. 148; XXIV. 765.

of (1813), XVII. 220. XVII. 161.

KUBA, town, Caucasus, Russia, XIV. 150. KULMAS, Louise Adelgunde Victorie, KRISHNAGARH (Kishangarh), state, KUBAN, district and government, Russia, German authoress, X. 856. India, Xiv. 101.

XIV. 150; river, V. 254; XXI. 74. KULMBACH, town, Bavaria, xiv. 154. KRISUVIGITE, mineral, xvi. 402. KUBASOFF, Sergius, Russian chronicler, KULUK KHAN, Mongol ruler, XVI. 742. KRITIK VERNUNFT, XXI. 105.

Kum, town, Persia, xiv. 155; XVIII. Kant's work, XIII. 850. KUBLAI, ancient town, China, Iv. 722.

626, 628. KRIVE-KRIVEYTO, Lithuanian chief KHAN, Mongol ruler, xiv. 150; KUMA, river, Caucasus, V. 254; XXI. 74; priest, XIV. 701. XVI. 742; emperor of China, V. 648;

XXII. 472. KRIVITCHI, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702. XIX. 405; his conversion to Buddhism, KUMAON (Kumaun), province, India, KRIZHANICH, Yuri, Russian writer, XXI.

XIV. 229.

XI. 823. 105.

KUBRAT, Hunnic chief, XII. 382. KUMASSI (Coomassie), town, West KRKONOSE, mountain, Bohemia, xx. KUBUS, race of people, Sumatra, xxII. Africa, VI. 336. 552.

640.

KUMAUN, district and division, India, KROBAT (Kubrat), Hunnic chief, xii. | KUCHAN, town and district, Persia, XIV. 155; XI. 823; XVII. 572. 382.

XIV. 152.

KUMBH-MELA, Indian festival, XI. 475. KROKIDOLITE, mineral, XVI. 418. Kuch BEHAR, state, India, XIV. 152. KUMBUR, Baluchi chief, 111. 300. KROLEVETZ, town, Russia, XIV. 148. KÜCHENMEISTER, Friedrich, on tape- KÜMMEL, liqueur, xiv. 687. KROMER, Martin, Polish historian, XIX. worms, XXIII. 50.

KUMPTA, town, India, XIV. 155. 301.

KUDAT HARBOUR, North Borneo, XXI. KUMSA, river, Russia, XVII. 772. KRONBERG CASTLE, Elsinore, Denmark, 123.

KUNASHIR, one of the Kurile Islands, VIII. 155.

KUDIAKAD, mountain, India, XVII. Asia, xiv. 160. KRONOBERG, county, Sweden, XXII. 509.

KUNCH, town, India, XIV. 155. 741.

KUDIAL-KALA (Kuba), town, Caucasus, KUNCKEL, Johann, his researches in KRONSTADT (Cronstadt), town, Austria, Russia, XIV. 150.

chemistry, v. 460. VI. 608.

KUDRIAVTZOFF, Peter N., Russian his-KUNDT, August, his experiments on (Cronstadt), town, Russia, vi. 607. torian, XXI. 108.

sound, 1. 116. KROTOSCHIN, town, Prussia, XIV. 148. KUDUS, town, Java, XIII. 606.

KUNDUZ, river and province, AfghaniKROVELETS, town, Russia, xxIII. 96. KUEN-LUN, mountains, Tibet, XIV. 152; stan, I. 241, 242. KRÜDENER, Baroness von, Russian II. 684; V. 630; XXIII. 339, 341, 637. KUNERSDORF, Prussia, Battle of (1759), pietist, XIV. 149.

KUFA, district, Mesopotamia, xvi. 51; III. 128; XXI. 99. KRUILOFF, or Kriloff, Ivan A., Russian town, XVI. 564, 570.

KUNGUR, town, Russia, XIV. 155; fabulist, xiv. 148; XXI. 106. KUFRA, oasis, Africa, xvII. 695.

XVIII. 550. KRUMEN, Negro race, West Africa, xiv. KuH ALA DAGH, mountain, Persia, XIV. KUNTAMPOH, town, West Africa, xx. 149. 66.

153. KRUMMACHER, Friedrich Adolf, German Kuh DINAR, mountains, Persia, xviii. KUOPIO, province, Finland, ix. 217; religious writer, XIV. 149. 619.

town, XXIV. 209. Friedrich Wilhelm, German pietist, KuH KHORKUD, mountain, Persia, xiv. KUPANG, town, Timor, Indian ArchiXIV. 149. 66.

pelago, XXIII. 398. Gottfried Daniel, German pietist, Kuhlau, Frederik, Danish musical com KUPARENTO, Jordaki, Polish aeronaut, XIV. 149. poser, VII. 94.

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KUPFERBLAU, mineral, xvi. 411. KUSUNDAS, Nepalese race, XVII. 341.

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the twelfth letter of the alphabet, KURA, river, Transcaucasia, Russia, XXI. KUTAIAH, town, Asia Minor, xiv. 162.

XIV. 163. 74; XXIII. 513.

KUTAIS, town, Caucasus, Russia, xiv. LAACHER SEE, lake, Rhenish Prussia, KURAL, Tamil poem, XXIII. 43.

162; XXIII. 514; government, XXIII. XX. 20. KURAN, or Koran (q.v.), XVI. 597.

513.

LAAR, or Laer, Pieter van, Dutch KURBSKI, Prince Andrew, Russian KUTAYA (Kutaiah), town, Asia Minor, painter, XIV. 200. writer, XXI. 92, 104.

XIV, 162.

LA BADIE, Jean de, French Pietist, XIV. KURDISTAN, country, Western Asia, KUTCHUK-KAINARDJI, Walachia, Peace 163

XIV. 155; XXIII. 653; Nestorians of, of (1774), XXI. 18; XXIII. 647. LABADISTS, religious sect, XIV. 163. XVII. 357

KUTCHUK-MENDER, river, Asia Minor, LABARUM, sacred standard, xiv. 164. KURD LANGUAGE, Dictionaries of, vii. II. 708.

LABBAYS, Indian race, XII. 746; XV. 185. 190.

KUTCHUM, fort, Siberia, xxIII. 430. LABÉ, Louise, French poetess, IX. 651. KURDS, race of people, Western Asia, KUTNO, town, Russian Poland, xxiv. LABEL MOULDING, in architecture, 11. 11. 712; XIV. 156. 375.

466. KUREN (Old Kuldja), town, Central KUTSHUK-KAINARDJI, Walachia, Treaty LABEM (Aussig), town, Bohemia, 111. 101. Asia, XIV. 154.

of (1774), XXI. 18; XXIII. 647. LABEO, Marcus Antistius, Roman jurist, KÜRENBERG, Von, Austrian poet, XVII. KUTTEN BERG, town, Bohemia, XIV. XIV. 164. 476. 162.

Notker, monk of St Gall, xvii. KURGAN, town, Siberia, XIV. 160; XXII. KUTUSOFF, Mikhail J. G., Russian 597 II; XXIII. 430.

general, xvII. 217.

LÄBER, Dypold, German transcriber, KURGANS, sepulchral mounds, Kertch, KUTY, town, Austria, XIV. 162.

XXIII. 682. Russia, xiv. 53.

KUXHAFEN (Cuxhaven), town, Ger- LABERINTO, El, Juan de Mena's poem, KURILE ISLANDS, North-Eastern Asia, many, VI. 742. XIV. 160; XIII. 569, 570.

KUYUNJIK, ruins of Nineveh, XVII. 512; LABERIUS, Decimus, Latin farceur, xiv. KURINIANS, Caucasian tribe, XIV. 475.

164. KURISCHE HAFF, lagoon, Prussia, xx. KUZNETSK, town, Siberia, xiv. 162; LABICUM, ancient town, Italy, Xiv.

XXI. 305; XXII. II; XXIII. 439.

344. KURLA, town, Turkestan, xxIII. 639. Kvass, Russian beer, iv. 264.

LABID, Arabic poet, XVI. 537. KURLAND (Courland), province, Russia, KWALA KUNGSA, town, Straits Settle- LABIENUS, Titus, Roman general, xiv. VI. 515; XXI. 69. ments, Asia, XXII. 587.

165; XVIII. 286. KURMIS, class of society, India, xvIII. KWALA LUMPUR, town, Straits Settle- LABOUR, XIV. 165; XIX. 463; in early 72. ments, Asia, XXII. 587.

times, I. 294; in relation to capital, KURNAL, district, India, XX. 109. KWANG-Chow Foo, or Canton (2.v.), XXIV. 48; influence of communism on, KURNEH, Egypt, Temple of, vil. 779.

VI. 217; diet suitable for, vil. 202; KURRACHEE, district, India, xiv. 160; KWANG-SE, province, China, v. 640. free trade in, ix. 761; legislation with town, XIV. 161.

KWANG-TUNG, province, China, v. respect to, XIV. 166; in mining, xvi. KURRAM, river, Afghanistan, I. 230. 639.

449; rents paid in, xx. 403; socialist KURSK, government, Russia, xiv. 161; KWANNON, Japanese goddess, Temple views of, XXII. 206, 211; in relation XXI. 69; town, XIV. 161. of, XXIII. 433.

to wages, xxiv, 306; in relation to KÜRSNER, Conrad (Pellicanus), German KWANTZE, Chinese musical instrument, wealth, XXIV. 461; Lassalle's views theologian, XVIII. 477. XVII. 705.

on capital and, xiv. 321; Ricardo's, KURU, mountains, Persia, xvIII. 619. KWEI-CHOW, province, China, V. 640. XIX. 374; Rodbertus's, xx. 616; Adam KURUASSA, town, Niger, Africa, xvII. KWEI-LING Foo, town, China, V. 640. Smith's, XIX. 367. 496.

KWEI-YANG Foo, town, China, v. 640. LABOURDONNAIS, B. F. Mahé de (1699KURUMBAS, hill tribe, India, xvII. 509; KWON-ZA-LENG, river, British Burmah, 1753), French

governor, Mauritius, XXIII. 42. XXI. 239.

xv. 641. KURUSH (Cyrus), Persian king, xvIII. KWORRA (Niger), river, Africa, XVII. F. B. Mahé de (1795-1840), French 564. 496.

chess-player, v. 601. KURYANIN-KARA, mountain chain, KYAN, or Kaiyan, town, Persia, XVIII. LABOURERS, Farm, I. 408. Transcaspian Region, Russia, XXIII. 627.

LABOUR LAWS, XIV. 165. 511.

KYD, Thomas, English dramatist, VII. LABOURS, The Twelve, of Hercules, XI. KUSHADASSI, town, Asia Minor, XXI. 429; XXI. 763

726. 361.

Kylas, Cave-chambers of, Ellora, India, LABRADOR, territory, North America, KUSHLEK, Mongol chief, XIII. 621.

XIV. 175; Eskimos of, viii. 544. KUSHTIA, town, India, XVII. 161. KYLE, district, Ayrshire, Scotland, III. LABRADOR-DUCK, bird, III. 735. Kusi, river, India, III. 626; XVII. 340. 163.

LABRADORITE, mineral, XVI. 420. KUSIMANSE, carnivorous mammal, xv. KYLOES, breed of cattle, 1. 389. LABRANG, Buddhist temple, Lhasa, 437

KYNETOSKIAS CYATHUS, species of Tibet, XIV. 228, 499. KÜSSNACHT, Bay of, Lake of Lucerne, Polyzoa, xix. 438.

LA BREA, pitch lake, Trinidad, West Switzerland, xv. 41.

KYOUK-HPYU, district, Burmah, xiv. Indies, XXIII. 573. KUSTENDJE, town, Roumania, XIV. 162.

LA BREDE, Baron de Montesquieu, q.v.), 161. KYROSITE, mineral, xvi. 390.

XVI. 782. KÜSTRIN, town, Prussia, xiv. 162. KYRRE, Olaf, Norwegian king, xvII. LABRUNIE, Gérard (G. de Nerval), KU-SU (Su-Chow), town, China, XXII. 587.

French writer, X. 441. 617.

KYSHTYM, town, Russia, xvIII. 550. LABRUS, genus of fishes, XXIV. 686. KUSUGA, Shinto temple of, Nara, Japan, KYTHAL (Kaithal), town, Punjab, LA BRUYÈRE, Jean de, French moralist, XVII. 229. India, XIII. 825.

XIV. 177; IX. 663.

XXV. 32

China, v. 37.

II. 395.

200.

XI. 590.

LABUAN, island, Indian Archipelago, LACKER, or Lacquer, varnish, xiv. 194; | LADY-BIRD, beetle, VI. 134; XIII. 150;
XIV. 178; coal of, vi. 59.
XIII. 590, 592; XXIV. 92.

destroyer of wheat-pests, XXIV. 535. LABUK, river, North Borneo, XXI. 123. LA COMBE, Francis de, Madame Guyon's | LADY OF THE LAKE, Scott's poem, XXI. LABURNUM, tree, XIV. 179; II. 318. director, XI. 342.

548. LABYRINTH, in mythology, xiv. 179; LA CONDAMINE, Charles Marie de, LÆMARGUS, genus of sharks, XXI. 777. of Fayoum, Egypt, II. 387; VII. 774. French geographer and mathematician, | LAENNEC, René Théodore Hyacinthe, - in gardening, xiv. 180.

XIV. 193; his explorations in South inventor of stethoscope, XIV. 200; III. LABYRINTHODONTA, order of Amphibia, America, X. 189.

100; xv. 816; XX. 181. 1. 751.

LACONIA, state, ancient Greece, XIV. 193; LAER, Pieter van, Dutch painter, xiv. LABYRINTHULIDEA, class of Protozoa, XXII. 369. XIX. 843.

LACONIAN DIALECT, of Greek, XI. LÆSTRYGONES, mythic race of giants, LAC, resinous incrustation, xiv. 181; 133.

XIV. 200; XIX. 559. Indian, XII. 752; dye, VII. 575.

LACONICUM, ancient bath, III. 434. LÆVI, Ligurian tribe, Italy, XIII. 446; LA CAILLE, spa, France, XXI. 332. LACORDAIRE, Jean Baptiste Henri, XIV. 639. LACAILLE, Nicolas Louis de, French French orator, XIV. 193.

LÆVOGLUCOSE, or Lævulose, constituent astronomer, xiv. 182; II. 757; his LACQUER, varnish, XIV. 194; Japanese, of honey, IX. 96; XII. 136; XXII. 624. measurement of arc of meridian, vii. XIII. 592; XXIV. 92.

LA FARINA, Giuseppe, Italian writer 598.

WARE, Japanese, XIII. 590, 592. and politician, XIV. 201. LA CALLE, or La Cala, town, Algeria, LACRETELLE, Charles de, French his LA FAYETTE, town, Indiana, U.S.A., XIV, 182. torian and journalist, XIV. 194.

XIV. 201. LA CALPRENÈDE, Gautier de Costes de, LACROSSE, game, XIV. 195.

LA FAYETTE, Marie Jean Paul, Marquis French romancist, xx. 659.

LA CROSSE, town, Wisconsin, U.S.A., de, French general and statesman, LA CAVA, town, Italy, v. 259; library, XIV. 195; population, XXIV. 617. XIV. 201; IX. 594, 603; in America, XIV. 530, 548.

LACRYMAL APPARATUS, of the human XXIII. 743, 745. LACCADIVES, islands, Indian Ocean, eye, 1. 891.

LAFAYETTE, Marie M. P., Comtesse de, XIV. 182.

LACRYMAL GLAND, Diseases of, xvii. French writer, IX. 659. LACCO, spa, Ischia, Italy, XIII. 385. 786.

COLLEGE, at Easton, Pennsylvania, LACE, XIV. 183; gold and silver, X. LACRYMATORY, ancient utensil, XIV. U.S.A., XXIII. 857. 753; point d'Alençon, 1. 477; factories

195.

LAFITAU, Joseph François, Jesuit misin England, VIII. 233; in France, IX. LACTANTIUS FIRMIANUS, early Christian sionary, North America, XVII. 137. 521; Heathcoat's machines for making, writer, XIV. 195.

LA FLÈCHE, town, France, XIV. 203; LACTATION, Diet during, VII. 205.

XXI. 314. LACEDÆMON, state, Greece, XIV. 193; LACTIC ACID, XIV. 196.

LA FONTAINE, Jean de, French poet XXII. 369.

LACTIC ORGANS, of Mammalia, XV. 368; and fabulist, xiv. 203; VIII. 839; IX. LACÉPÈDE, Bernard G. É. de la Ville,

XVI. 301.

657; his relations with Racine, xx. Comte de, French naturalist, xiv. LACTOMETER, dairy instrument, I. 168; 204. 191; on fishes, XII. 633; on reptiles, XII. 542; XVI. 305.

LAFOSSE, Charles de, French painter, XX. 434.

LACTOSE, variety of sugar in milk, XVI. XIV. 207. LACERDA, Francisco José, African ex

303.

LAFUENTE, Modesto, Spanish historian, plorer, x. 189; 1. 246.

LACTUCARIUM, narcotic substance, XVII. XXII. 362. LACERTILIA, order of reptiles, XIV. 231.

LAGENIDEA, order of Protozoa, XIX. 732; classification of, XX. 439, 444. LACY, Hugo de, his power in Ireland,

847 LA CHALOSSE, district, Landes, France,

XIII. 259.

LAGHOUAT, town, Sahara, Africa, XXI. XIV. 272.

LADAK, district, Tibet, xiv. 197; XXIII. 149. LA CHALOTAIS, Louis René de Cara

339.

LAGOMORPHA, section of rodent mamdeuc de, French politician, XIV. 191. LADAS, statue by Myron, xvII. 120. mals, XV. 421. LA CHAPELLE, artesian wells, in Paris, LADDER HILL, St Helena, Atlantic, XXI. LAGOMYIDÆ, family of rodent mammals, II. 645. 171.

XV. 421. LA CHARITÉ, town, France, xvII. 496. LADDERS, in mines, XVI. 461.

LAGOPUS, genus of birds, XI. 222. LACHES, dialogue of Plato, xix. 196. LADIK, or Ladikiyeh, town, Asia Minor, Lagos, town, Portugal, xiv. 207. LACHINE CANAL, St Lawrence, Canada, XIV. 293, 323; XV. 92.

British settlement, West Africa, XXI. 181; rapids, XVI. 794; XX. 165; LADIN (or LADINO) LANGUAGE, Ro XIV. 207; XXIV. 754. XXI. 181.

mance dialect, XIII. 492; XX. 668. LAGOTHRIX, genus of apes, II. 153. LACHISH, town, Palestine, XIV. 192. LADISLAUS, king of Naples, xx. 803. LAGRANGE, Joseph Louis, mathemaLA CHIUSA, town, Italy, V. 676.

I., king of Poland, XIX. 287.

tician, xiv. 207; XIX. 281; his conLACHLAN, river, Australia, XVII. 62, 408. czar of Russia, XXI. 95.

tributions to algebra, l. 515; VIII. LACHMANN, Karl Konrad Friedrich LA DIXMERIE, Nicolas Bricaire de, 500; on the infinitesimal calculus, Wilhelm, German philologist, Xiv. French writer, XIV. 198.

XIII. 12 ; on lunar and planetary 192; on the Homeric poems, XII. 117; | LADO, town, on Nile, Africa, XVII. 506. perturbations, 11. 761; on the lunar

on the Nibelungenlied, xvII. 467. LADOGA, Lake, Russia, XIV. 199; XVII. theory, XVI. Sor; on the theory of LACHRYMA CHRISTI, wine, xxiv. 610. 764.

parallels, XVIII. 255. LACIBI (Loja), ancient town, Spain, xiv. New, town, Russia, xiv. 199. LAGRENÉE, Louis Jean François, French 810. LADON, river, Greece, xvII. 765.

painter, XIV. 211. LACIDULERMIUM (Grazalema), ancient LADRONE ISLANDS, North Pacific LAGUNA, town, Teneriffe, Iv. 799. town, Spain, XI. 78.

Ocean, xiv. 199; XVI. 256; XVIII. LAHARPUR, town, India, XXII. 102. LACKENBY IRON-WORKS, England, 128.

LAHIRE, Laurent de, French painter, Blowing engines at, III. 551. LADY, title, XXIII. 417.

XIV, 211.

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