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SYMPOSIUM, Xenophon's work, xxiv. 818; ix. 85; XI. 822; xx. 95; XXIII. SZOBOSZLO, Hajdu, town, Hungary, XI. 721. 511, 512.

377 SYNAGOGUE, Jewish, xxII. 811; the Syr-DARIA, province, Russian Tur- SZOLNOK, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. Great, v. 3; XIII. 419. kestan, XXII. 819.

SZUJSKI, Polish historian, XIX. 305. SYSTEM, its influence on Chris- SYREN, sound-producing instrument, 1. SZYMONOWICZ, Polish poet, xix. 301. tianity, v. 698.

109. SYNCERUS, Actius (Jacopo Sannazaro), SYRIA, country, Asia, XXII. 821; II. 686; Italian poet, XXI. 267.

XXII: 653; Phænician, XVIII. Sor; T, the twentieth letter of the alphabet, SYNCHONDROSIS OF BONES, I. 832. invasion of, by the Arabs, II. 257; SYNCOPE, or Fainting, XI. 554; XXII. under the Seljuks, XXI. 636; conquest TAAL, volcano, Philippines, XVIII. 749. 681.

of, by the Turks, XXIII. 643; | TAAS, or Pagodas, Chinese, 11. 449. Heat, sunstroke, xxII. 666; XVIII. Napoleon's invasion of (1799), xvII. TAB, river, Persia, xvII. 620. 394.

201; coins of, xvII. 649.

TABARD, in mediæval costume, VI. 470. SYNCRETISTIC CONTROVERSY, in SYRIAC CANON, V. 12.

TABARI, Arab historian, xxIII. I; XVIII. Lutheran Church, Iv. 707.

SYRIAC LANGUAGE, II. 307; XXI. 649; 656. SYNEDRIUM, or Sanhedrin, Jewish dictionaries of, vil. 189.

TABARINADES, species of French drama, council, XXII. 812; XIII. 424; of Paris, SYRIAC LITERATURE, XXII. 824.

VII. 424. decrees of (1806), XIII. 683; contro SYRIAC NUMERALS, XVII. 625.

TABARIYA (Tiberias), town, Palestine, versy regarding, in Lutheran Church, SYRIAN CHURCH, XXII. 827.

XXIII. 334. XV. 85.

SYRINGA, genus of trees, XIV. 640. TABARKA, harbour, Tripoli, North SYNERGISM, Melanchthon's doctrine of, Syrlin, Jörg, German sculptor, XXI. Africa, XXIII. 575. xv. 834.

565.

TABAS, town, Persia, XVIII. 627. SYNESIUS, bishop of Ptolemais, xxII. SYRO-CHALDEANS, of Church of Rome, TABASCHEER, concretion formed in 812; as hymn-writer, XII. 579; as XX. 631.

joints of bamboo, III. 306. Neoplatonist philosopher, XVII. 337. SYROKOMLA, Polish writer, XIX. 305. TABASCO, state, Mexico, XVI. 214. SYNETHERES, genus of rodent mammals, SYROPHENICIA, district, Western Asia, TABASSARANIANS, Caucasian tribe, xiv. XIX. 518; XV. 420. XXII. 823.

475. SYNGENITE, mineral, XVI. 402.

SYROS (Syra), Greek island, XXII. 813. TABAXIR, concretion formed in joints of SYNGNATHUS, genus of fishes, XIX. SYRRHAPTES, genus of birds, XXI. 258. bamboo, III. 306.

SYRUPS, sugar products, XXII. 627. TABENNÆ, in Upper Egypt, Monastery SYNNADA (Kara Hissar), ancient town, Syrus, Ephraem, early Christian writer, of, xvI. 700. Asiatic Turkey, XIV. 2.

VIII. 470; XXII. 827; as hymn-writer, TABERGITE, mineral, XVI. 414. SYNOCHA, or Relapsing Fever, disease,

XII. 579.

TABERNACLE, of Scripture, XXIII. 5. XXIII. 680.

Publius, Latin farce-writer, Xiv. in architecture, II. 474. SYNOD, ecclesiastical assembly, VI. 510; 164.

TABERNACLES, Feast of, Jewish, XXIII. in Presbyterianism, xix. 677, 679, SYSSITIA, the public mess, at Sparta, 6. 681, 693.

XV. 96.

TABES DORSALIS, disease, XVIII. 392. -Robber, at Ephesus, xiv. 448. SYSTEMA NATURÆ, Linnæus's work, TABINET, variety of cloth, xix. 512. SYNODONTIS, genus of fishes, XXII. 68. XIV. 673.

TABITI, Scythian deity, XXI. 576. SYNECA, genus of wasps, XXIV. 392. SYSTÈME DE LA NATURE, by Holbach, TABLAS, island, Philippines, XVIII. 752. SYNOPTICAL GOSPELS, The, X. 789. XII. 53; IX. 669.

TABLAZO, or Plateau, region, Peru, XVIII. SYNTAGMA MUSICUM, Prætorius's work, SYTCHEVKA, town, Russia, XXII. 183. 670. XIX. 656.

SYTTENDEMAI-Poesi, in Norwegian TABLE, in furniture, IX. 850. SYNTAGMA PHILOSOPHICUM, Gassendi's literature, XVII. 590.

BAY, South Africa, v. 50. work, X. 106.

SYZRAN, town, Russia, XXII. 856. TABLE-LANDS, Formation of, x. 374. SYNTAX, in grammar, XI. 38; of Aryan SZABADKA, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. TABLE MOUNTAIN, South Africa, v. language, XVIII. 790. SZABOITE, mineral, XVI. 417.

42, 50. SYNTENGS, race of people, India, XIII. SZAIBELYITE, mineral, xvi. 396. TABLES, Mathematical, xxIII. 7. 544.

SZAJNOCHA, Karl, Polish historian, XIX. Statistical, XXII. 465. SYNTHESIS, Relation of, to analysis, I. 305.

The XII., in Roman law, XIV. 328; 793; as mental process, XX. 51; psycho- SZAMOS, river, Transylvania, XXIII. 252. XX. 678, 737. logical forms of, xx. 78.

SZARVAS, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. TABLE TALK, Luther's, 1. 785; XV. 84; SYPHAX, king of Numidia, xv. 608; | SZARZYUSKI, Polish poet, XIX. 301. Selden's, I. 785; XXI. 631. XVII. 627.

SZATMAR-NEMETI, town, Hungary, TABLETS, of ivory, iv. 37; for writing, Syphilis, disease, XVIII. 404; XXII. 686; XXII. 856.

VII. 257; XVIII. 143. use of mercury for, XVI. 35; vaccinal, Szczewo (Dirschau), town, Prussia, TABLE - TURNING, at spiritualistic XXIV. 27. VII. 257

seances, XXII. 405, 406. SYPHON, hydraulic apparatus, XXII. 95. Szczuczyn, town, Russia, Xiv. 817. TABOO, system of religious prohibitions, SYRA, Greek island, xxII. 813.

SZECHENYI, Count Stephen, Hungarian XXIII. 15; XX. 365; in Polynesia, SYRACUSE, town, Sicily, XXII. 813, 17; leader, XII. 371.

XIX. 428; connexion of, with totemTimoleon's rule in, xxIII. 397; cata- SZE-CHUEN, province, China, v. 638. ism, XXIII. 468. combs of St John at, v. 215; coins of, SZEGEDIN, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. Tabor, mountain, Palestine, XVIII. 171. XVII. 638; system of conduits at, II. SZEKLERS, people, Transylvania, xxIII. musical instrument, xix. 110. 219.

522.

TABORITES, section of the Hussites - town, New York, U.S.A., XXII. SZENTES, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. (q.v.), XII. 407; XVI. 811. 818.

SZIDLOWIEC, town, Poland, xx. 218. BRIZ, or Tabreez, town, Persia, XXIII. SYR-DARIA, river, Central Asia, XXII. SZIGET, town, Hungary, XXII. 856. 18; XVIII. 626, 628.

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TABU (Taboo, q.v.), XXIII. 15.

TAGLIACOZZI, Gasparo, Bolognese | TALAS ALA-TAU, mountains, Turkestan, TABULARIUM, building, ancient Rome, surgeon, XXIII. 21.

XXII. 820. XX. 825.

TAGLIONI, Marie, Italian ballet-dancer, TALAT Musa, mountain, Syria, Xiv. TACAMAHAC, tree, XIX. 512.

XXIII. 21.

394. TACARIGUA, lagoon, Venezuela, xxiv. Italian farinaceous food, xv. 125. TALAVERA DE LA REINA, town, Spain, 34.

TAGUS, river, Spain and Portugal, XXIII. 25; battle of (1809), XXIV. TACHHYDRITE, mineral, xvi. 384. XXIII. 21; XXII. 295.

495. TA-CHIEN-LU, town, Tibet, XXIII. 342. TAHITIANS, race of people, XXIII. 23. TALBOT, Family of, English aristocracy, Tachim, river, Siam, XXI. 850. TAHITI ARCHIPELAGO, Pacific Ocean,

XXIII. 25. Tachos, Egyptian prince, XVIII. 579. XXIII. 22; barrier reef of, xvIII. 129; Sir John, earl of Shrewsbury, TACHYGLOSSUS, genus of monotreme taboo system in, XXIII. 16.

XXIII. 25; in France, ix. 550; viceroy mammals, VII. 628.

TAHMASP, shah of Persia, XVIII. 636. of Ireland, XIII. 261. TACHYGRAPHY, or Shorthand, XXI. II., of Persia, XVIII. 640.

- Richard, earl of Tyrconnel, XIII. 836; in ancient MSS., XVIII. 164. TAHOE, Lake, California and Nevada, 268. TACITUS, Roman historian, XXIII. 19; U.S.A., IV. 698; XVII. 367.

William Henry Fox, English on the early Christians, XIII. 657; his TAIF, district, Arabia, xv. 669; town, scientist and archæologist, XXIII. 27; language and style, xiv. 337 ; his XVI. 550, 560.

his photographic process, XVIII. 824. place in Roman literature, xx. 725; TAIKO, Japanese title, XIII. 583. TALBOT'S BANDS, of light, XXIV. 441. Lipsius's edition of, xiv. 686.

TAIKUN (Tycoon), Japanese ruler, XIII. TALBOTYPE, in photography, XXIII. 27. M. Claudius, Roman emperor, 584.

Talc, mineral, x. 228; XV. 217; XVI. Tai LAKE, China, v. 632.

414. TACKING, in seamanship, XXI. 599. TAI LI-AMR-ILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588. Talca, town, Chili, XXIII. 27; province, TACKLE, in mechanics, xv. 763. TAILOR-BIRD, XXIV. 367.

V. 617. Fishing, II. 44.

TAIMORO, tribe, Madagascar, XV. 171. TALCOSITE, mineral, XVI. 424. TACLOBAN, town, Philippine Islands, Tain, town, Scotland, xx. 854.

TALEGALLUS, genus of birds, xv. 827. XVIII. 752.

TAINE, Hyppolite Adolphe, French TALENT, ancient measure of weight, TACNA, town, Chili, XVIII. 674.

writer, ix. 681; on ästhetics, I. 220; XXIV. 486; money, XVII. 631. TACSONIA, genus of plants, XVIII. on the fine arts, IX. 214.

TALE OF A TUB, Swift's work, xxII. 343.

TAI-PING REBELLION, China, v. 652. 763 TACTICS, Military, xxiv. 353; modern | TAIRA, Japanese clan, XIII. 582.

TALES, or Stories, XXIII. 27; in romance changes in, 11. 565; naval, xxiv. 365. TAISAKA, tribe, Madagascar, XV. 171. literature, xx. 632; as folk-lore, ix. TACTILE SENSE, XXIII. 478; XI. 554. TAI-SHAN, mountain, China, v. 633. TADJIKS, or Tajiks (q.v.), races of TAIT, P. Guthrie, his experiments in

FASHIONABLE LIFE, Edgepeople, Asia, XXIII. 25.

thermo-electricity, viii. 98; (with Sir worth's, VII. 654. TADMOR, or Palmyra, ancient town, W. Thomson) on tidal retardation of OF A GRANDFATHER, Scott's, XXI. Syria, xvIII. 198; VI. 199. earth's rotation, XXIII. 377.

551. TADORNA, genus of birds, XXI. 788. TAI-TSUNG, emperor of China, V. 645. OF A TRAVELLER, Irving's work, TADOUSAC, fish-breeding station, Can- TAIWAN (Formosa, 4.v.), island, China,

XIII. 373. ada, xx. 167.

OF A WAYSIDE INN, Longfellow's TADPOLE, of frog, 1x. 795; XXIV. 179; TAIWANFU, town, Formosa, China, ix.

poem, XIV. 861. of ascidian, XXIV. 179. 417.

TALFOURD, Sir Thomas Noon, English TÆNIA, genus of tape-worms, xxIII. 50, TAI-YUAN, town, China, v. 634.

judge and dramatic writer, XXIII. 29. 54; XXIV. 205, 206.

TAJAKS, or Tajiks, races of people, Asia, TALIACOTIUS (Gasparo Tagliacozzi), TÆNIATÆ, group of Actinozoa, I. 132. XXIII. 25; 1. 235, 243; iv. 1; ix. 85 | Italian surgeon, XXIII. 21. TAE-YUEN Foo, town, China, v. 634. XII. 3; xiv. 64; XXII. 820 ; XXIII. TALIESSIN, Welsh poet, V. 317. TAFFETA, variety of cloth, XXIII. 210. 25.

TALIPES, or Clubfoot, VI. 42. Tafia, inferior quality of rum, xxi. 58. TAJAND, river, Persia, XVIII. 626. TALIPOT PALM, XVIII. 191. TAFILELT, oasis, XXIII. 21; XVI. 832. Tajiks, or Tajaks (q.v.), races of people, TALISMAN, or Amulet, 1. 781; XV. 203. TAGAL, town, Java, XIII. 606.

Asia, XXIII. 25.

TALLAGE, English tax, XXIII. 29. TAGALOG, language, Philippine Islands, TAJ-MAHAL, mausoleum, Agra, India, TALLAHASSEE, town, Florida, U.S.A., XVIII. 753.

I. 286. TAGALS, race of people, Philippine TAJO, or Tagus, river, Spain and Portu- TALLARD, Camille d' Hostun, Comte de, Islands, XVIII. 753. gal, XXIII. 21; XXII. 295.

French marshal, ix. 581. TAGANROG, town, Russia, XXIII. 21. TAJPUR, district, India, XVII. 114. TALLEYRAND DE PÉRIGORD, Charles TAGARCHI, town, Turkestan, XXIV. TAKA, region, Nubia, XVII. 611.

Maurice, French politician, XXIII. 29. 728.

TAKAZZE, affluent of Atbara, Africa, | TALLIAGE, English tax, XXIII. 29. TAGAWOST, town, Morocco, XVI. 834. XVII. 507

TALLIEN, Jean Lambert, French RevoluTAGBILARAN, town, Philippine Islands, TAKHTI JAMSHID, or Persepolis (q.v.), tionist, XXIII. 32. XVIII. 752.

ancient town, Persia, xvIII. 558. TALLIES, Exchequer, 1X. 182. TAGETES, genus of plants, xv. 544. TAKKA, Punjab tribe, India, XX. 110. TalliNGITE, mineral, xvi. 385. TAGHARDEIT, town, North Africa, x. TAKLA-MAKAN,

desert, Turkestan, TALLIS, Thomas, English musical com76. XXIII. 638.

poser, XXIII. 33; XVII. 85. TAGHARMA PEAK, mountain, Turke- TALAGHAT, tract in Salem district, Tallith, Jewish prayer-scarves, xix. stan, XXIII. 637.

India, XXI. 210. TAGhil, or Nijne-Taghilsk, town, Russia, TALAMANCA INDIANS, Central America, Tallow, animal fat, xxIII. 34; XVII. XVII. 500; XVIII. 550.

739, 743, 746. TAGILITE, mineral, xvi. 406.

TALANC, volcano, Sumatra, XXII. 638. OILS, XVII. 744.

IX. 415.

IX. 339.

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VI. 450.

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VII. 55.

TALLYs, or Tallis, Thomas, English | TAMINCONO, affluent of Niger, Africa, TANG-KANG, town, Formosa, China, ix. composer, XXIII. 33; XVII. 85. XVII. 496.

417. TALMA, Joseph François, French trage- TAMLUK, town, India, XVI. 284. TANGLE, edible Algæ, I. 508. dian, XXIII. 35; VII. 425.

TAMMAM, Abu, Abu-Temmam, TANGUTS, people, Turkestan, XXIII. TALMUD, in Jewish literature, XXIII. Arabian poet, 1. 61; XVI. 539; II. 263;

639. 35; XIII. 429; XVI. 286, 504; XX. 852; XI. 402.

TANGYE, Messrs, their steam-engine, XI. 600; references of, to Jesus Christ, TAMMANY SOCIETY, New York, XVII.

XXII. 512. XIII. 659; Deutsch on, VII. 134.

463.

TANHÄUSER, of German legend, XXIII. PALPA, genus of insectivorous mammals, TAMMY-NORIE, bird, xx. 101.

46. XVI. 608; XV. 404.

TAMPASSUK, river and waterfall, North | TANHUMA, Midrash, XVI. 287. TALPURS, dynasty in Sind, India, XXII. Borneo, XXI. 123.

TANIS (Zoan), town, Egypt, VII. 769. 92.

TAM-SUI, town, Formosa, China, ix. TANISTRY, Irish land tenure, XIII. 218; TALUK, subdistrict, India, xv. 186. 417.

XIX. 736. TALUKDARS, territorial magnates of TAM-TAM, Indian drum, VII. 479. TANIST STONES, in Scotland, XXI. 51. Oudh, India, XII. 772.

TAMUS, genus of plants, XXIV. 727. TANJORE, district, India, XXIII. 46; TALVJ (Mrs Robinson), German writer, | TAMWORTH, town, England, xxIII. 44. town, XXIII. 47; temples at, II. 396; XX. 607.

TAM-ZI, of Babylonian deluge-legend, library of rajah of, xiv. 533. TALWAR, weapon, XXII. 802.

TANKARDS, silver plate, XIX. 186. Talys, or Tallis, Thomas, English TANA, Lake, Abyssinia, XVII. 507. TANNA, island, New Hebrides, XVII. musical composer, XXIII. 33; XVII. - river, Norway, XVII. 576.

395 85.

TANA-DOWANG (Saleiyer), island, DEBE ELIYYAHU, Midrash, xvi. TALYSH, khanate, Transcaucasia, Russia, Indian Archipelago, XXI. 210.

287. XIV. 446. TANAGER, bird, XXIII. 45.

TANNAH (Thana), district, India, XXIII. TAM, Rabbenu, rabbinic scholar, xxIII. TANAGRA, genus of birds, XXIII. 45. 220; town, XXIII, 221. 39.

town, Baotia, Greece, III. 854; TANNAHILL, Robert, Scottish poet, TAMAGAKI, temple at Nikko, Japan, terra-cotta remains at, XXIII, 191.

XXIII. 47. XVII. 503

TANAH MALAYU, or Malay Peninsula, TANNAIM, Talmudic teachers, XXIII. 36. TAMAKAM, Indian building, Madura,

Asia, xv. 320.

TÄNN FORSEN, waterfall, Sweden, XXII. India, XV. 193.

TANAH SASAK (Lombok), island, Indian 737. TAMANDUA, edentate mammal, XV. Archipelago, XIV. 816.

TANNHÄUSER, of German legend, XXIII. 386.

TANAIS (Don), river, Russia, vii. 356. 46.
TAMAQUA, town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., TANALA, tribe, Madagascar, xv. 171, TANNIN, tanning substances, XXIII. 47;
XXIII. 40.
174.

XIV. 381.
Tamar, river, Tasmania, XXIII. 72. TANAMPET, suburb of Madras, India, TANNING, of leather, xiv. 381.
TAMARA, island, Sierra Leone, XXII. XV. 189.

TANSY, herb, XII. 289.
45.
TANARO, river, Italy, XIII. 435.

TANTALAIS, Asia Minor, Tomb at, II. TAMARACK, tree, XXIII. 809. TANBUR, Arab lute, xv. 70.

401. TAMARIDA, town, Socotra, Indian Ocean, TANCHELM, heretical monk of Zeeland, TANTALEM, island, Malay Peninsula, XXII. 231. XXIV. 323.

XV. 321. TAMARIND, fruit, XXIII. 40.

TANCRED, king of Sicily, xxIII. 45; | TANTALIC OCHRE, mineral, XVI. 389. TAMARISK, shrub, XXIII. 40.

XXII. 26.

TANTALIS, town, Asia Minor, xv. 98. MANNA, XV. 493.

crusader, XXIII. 45; VI. 624. TANTALITE, mineral, xvi. 427. TAMARIX, genus of shrubs, XXIII. 40. TANDA, town, India, XVIII. 72.

TANTALUM, chemical element, v. 541; TAMATAVE, town, Madagascar, XV. | TANDJONG PADAN, town, Billiton, XVII. 513. 175.

Indian Archipelago, III. 677.

TANTALUS, of Greek mythology, XXIII. TAMATIA, bird, xx. 101.

TANEY, Roger B., American judge and 48; XVIII, 480. TAMAULIPAS, state, Mexico, XVI. 214. financier, XXIII. 690.

TANTI LANGUAGE, Indian, XVIII. 183. TAMBO (Apurimac), river, Venezuela, TANGAN, horse of Bhutan, India, iii. TANTRAS, Brahman histories, XXI. 283. II. 217. 632.

TANURIDES, family of acarids, II. 276. - river, Victoria, Australia, xxiv. TANGANYIKA, Lake, Central Africa, TAN-YANG (Nanking), ancient town, 216.

XXIII. 45; 1. 256; XIV, 217, 221; dis China, XVII. 171. TAMBOFF, government, Russia, XXIII. covery of, 1. 247; X. 194; exploration | Taoism, or Taouism, Chinese religion, 40; town, XXIII, 41.

of, by Livingstone, XIV. 722; connexion V. 671; XIV. 295; XX. 363; in Tibet, TAMBOOKIELAND, district, South Africa, of, with the Congo, XXIV. 763; marked XXIII. 344; literature of, v. 664. XIII. 817.

on early Italian map, X. 183.

TAONENSIS, Philippus, on birds, xvIII. TAMBOUR, in fortification, ix. 424. TANGBAC, town, Chilian Patagonia, 3. TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT, Marlowe's XVIII. 352.

TAONISCUS, genus of birds, XXIII. 403. drama, xv. 556.

TANGENA, tree, Madagascar, XV. 170. TAORMINA, town, Sicily, XXIII. 48; TAMERLANE (Timur, q.v.), Mongol TANGENT, in trigonometry, XXIII. 563.

XVII. 302. conqueror, XXIII. 399.

- Drawing of, to a curve, XIII. 6, Taos, mountain, New Mexico, U.S.A., TAMIANG, river, Sumatra, XXII. 638. 24.

XVII. 399. TAMIAS, genus of rodent mammals, XXII. TANGERANG, town, Java, XIII. 606. TAO SILALAHI, lake, Sumatra, XXII. 438.

TANGERMÜNDE, town, Prussia, Church 638. TAMIL LANGUAGE, XXIII. 42; diction of St Stephen's at, XXIII. 194. TAO-TEH-KING, Chinese book, XIV. aries of, vii. 191.

TANGI, town, India, xvIII. 684. TAMILs, people of India, XXIII. 41. TANGIERS, or Tangier, town, Morocco, TAOU-KWANG, emperor of China, v. TAMIM, Bani, Arab tribes, XVII. 773. XXIII. 46; XVI. 830.

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TARDIGRADIDES, family of acarids, 11. TARTAGLIA, or Tartalea, Niccold, Italian TAPAJOS, river, Brazil, xxi. 298.

276.

mathematician, xxIII. 68; on algebra, TAPAMANU, island, Tahiti Archipelago, TARENTAISE, valley, Savoie, France, 1. 513; on projectiles, XI. 297 ; his XXI. 332.

controversy with Cardan, v. 90. TAPANHUNA, issue of Negro and Indian, TARENTUM, ancient town, Italy, XXIII. TARTAN, chequered cloth, xxIII. 68; XVII. 319.

61; XX. 136; coins of, xvII. 637; costume, VI. 478. TAPANULI, residency, Sumatra, XXII. terra-cotta remains at, XXIII. 193. TARTAR, Cream of, vi. 556. 639.

TARES, or Vetches, forage crop, l. 376. EMETIC, drug, XXIII. 69. TAPESTRY, ornamental textile, XXIII. TARGET, in archery, II. 376.

TARTARIAN LAMB, stock of a tree-fern, 211; ancient, XXIII. 208; of Bayeux, TARGITAUS, Scythian patriarch, xxi. XXIII. 535. III. 458; of Rheims, xx. 507.

576.

TARTARIC ACID, XXIII. 69; enantioCARPETS, V. 130.

TARGUM, in Jewish literature, XXIII. morphism of, xix. 314. TAPE-WORMS, XXIII. 49; their patho 62; III. 641; XIII. 429; XVI. 286. TARTARIDES, family of arachnids, II. logical effects, XXIII. 53; method of TARIFA, town, Spain, XXIII. 65.

288. treatment for removal, xxIII. 53. TARIFFS, Effects of, on commerce, vi. TARTAR LANGUAGE, XXIII. 661; XXIV. TAPHOZOUS, genus of bats, XV. 413. 203.

1; dictionaries of, vii. 192. TAPHRURA (Sfax), ancient town, Tunis, TARIJA, department, Bolivia, IV. 10. TARTARS, or Tatars, Ural-Altaic people, XXI. 726.

TARIK, Moslem general, XVI. 572; XXIII, 70; XVI. 746; 11. 697; XIV. 95; TAPIOCA, article of food, xxIII. 56.

XXII. 309.

of the Crimea, vi. 586; XVI. 748; in TAPIOLITE, mineral, XVI. 427.

TARIM, river, Turkestan, xxIII. 638. Russia, XXI. 79; Samoyede clans, XXI. TAPIR, ungulate mammal, XXIII. 56; TARLATAN, cotton fabric, XVII. 109; 251; Friar John's travels among, v.

XV. 428; of South America, 1. 682. manufacture of, at Tarare, XXIII. 60. 132.
TAP O' NOTH, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, TARLETON, John, English jester, ix. TARTARUS, of Greek mythology, XXIII.
Vitrified fort at, XXIV. 264.
366.

71.
TAPPAN, tree, Borneo, iv. 57.
TARMA, town, Peru, XVIII. 675.

TARTARY, XXIII. 70; Rubruquis's travels BAY, Hudson river, U.S.A., XII. Tarn, department, France, XXIII. 65. in, XXI. 46. 331.

TARNAK, river, Afghanistan, I. 229. TARTESSUS (Tarshish), Phanician TAPROBANE, or Ceylon (q.v.), v. 364. TARN - ET - GARONNE, department, colony, xvIII. 806. TAPti, river, India, iv. 21; XIV. 56; France, XXIII. 65.

TARTINI, Giuseppe, Italian violinist and XXII. 667.

TARNOPOL, town, Galicia, Austria, composer, XXIII. 71; XVII. 93. TAPU, or Taboo (q.v.), XXIII. 15.

XXIII. 66.

TARTINI'S BEATS, in music, XXIV. Tapun, bird, xv. 827.

TARO, food-plant in Polynesia, xix. 421. TAQI, Mir, Urdu poet, XI. 848.

419.

TARTUFFE, Molière's play, XVI. 628. TAR, XXIII. 57; mineral, 11. 715; from TARPAULIN, waterproof material, xxIII. TARUDANT, town, Morocco, XVI. 834. pine roots, xix. 104. See also Tar 66.

TARVISIUM (Treviso), ancient town, Water.

TARQUINII, Etruscan town, Italy, viii. Italy, XXIII. 554. TARA, town, Russia in Asia, XXII. II; 634.

TAR-WATER, VII. 263; XVII. 516; XXIII. 430.

TARQUINIUS PRISCUS, Lucius, Roman Berkeley on the medicinal virtues of, - royal seat, Meath, Ireland, xv. king, xxIII. 66; XX. 733.

III. 590. 669; assembly of (554), XIII. 250. TARQUINIUS SUPERBUS, Lucius, Roman TASAR (or TUSSUR) WORM, silkworm, TARABULUS (Tripoli), town, Syria, king, xxIII. 66; XX. 734.

XXII. 60; silk from, XII. 752. XXIII. 576.

TARQUINO, Pico de, mountain, Cuba, TASGAON, town, India, XXI. 317. TARAFA, Arabic poet, XVI. 537.

VI. 679.

TASHAUZ, town, Khiva, Asia, xiv. 64. TARAI, district, India, XXIII. 59; XI. TARQUINS, kings of Rome, XX. 733. TASHFYN, or Tashufin, Yussef ibn, 824.

TARRACO (Tarragona), Roman colony, Moorish general in Spain, 1. 595; XIX. TARANGINI, Raja, metrical history of Spain, XXIII. 67

539; XXII. 316. kings of Kashmir, xiv. 13.

TARRACONENSIS, Hispania, Roman | TASHILUNPO, monastery, Tibet, XXIII. TARANJIS, or Tarantchis, Turkish tribes, province, Spain, XXII. 307.

340. Turkestan, xxIII. 636, 661. TARRAGON, herb, XII. 289.

TASHKEND, town, Central Asia, XXIII. TARANTISM, dancing mania, XXIII. 60. TARRAGONA, province, Spain, XXIII. 71; observatory at, XVII. 716. TARANTO (Tarentum), town, Italy, 66; town, XXIII. 66; aqueduct near, TASHKURGAN, town, Turkestan, xxiv. XXIII. 61. II. 221.

728. Duke of (Macdonald), marshal of WINE, Spain, XXIV. 607.

TASILI, plateau, Sahara, Africa, xxi. France, XV. 135.

TARRYTOWN, town, New York, U.S.A., 149. TARANTULA, spider, XXIII. 60.

TASK, The, Cowper's poem, vi. 534. TARAPACA COAST, Peru, Guano deposiis TARS (Tarsus), Cloth of, XXIII. 210. TASMAN, Abel Janszen, Dutch navigator, of, xviii. 675.

TARSHISH, Phænician colony, XVIII. XXIII. 72; X. 186; his discoveries in TARAPONS, race of people, Polynesia, 806.

Australasia, III. 103; discoverer of XIX. 426.

TARSIA-WORK, or Marquetry, XIII. 81. New Zealand, xvII. 471. TARARE, town, France, XXIII. 60; XX. TARSIER, lemur, XIV. 443.

TASMANIA, island, Australasia, xxIII. 529.

TARSIPES, genus of marsupial mammals, 72; Flinders's circumnavigation of, ix. TARAS, ancient town, Italy, XXIII. 61. XV. 382.

324; forests, IX. 407; mines, XVI. 471; TARASCON, town, France, XXIII. 60. TARSIUS, genus of lemurs, XIV. 443. newspapers, XVII. 437. TARASP, spa, Austria, XVI. 435.

TARSUS, ancient town, Asia Minor, TASMANIAN DEVIL, marsupial mammal, TARAXACUM, genus of plants, xxIII. 61; XXIII. 67; V. 777.

xv. 380; XXIII. 74. VI. 802.

or Ankle, Anatomy of, 1. 830; of TASMANIAN GUM-TREE, 1. 88. TARBES, town, France, xxIII. 61.

mammals, xv. 360.

TASSEREMUT, town, Morocco, XVI. 832.

XII. 331.

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III. 102.

TASSIE, James, Scottish gem-engraver, | TAURINI, Ligurian tribe, Italy, xiv. | TAYLOR, Bayard, American writer, XXIII. XXIII. 75. 639.

91. William, gem-engraver, XXIII. 75.

TAURISCI, ancient people, Europe, XVII. Brook, English mathematician, Tasso, Torquato, Italian poet, XXIII. 538.

XXIII. 92; on magnetism, xv. 236; 75; XIII. 510; as pastoral poet, xvIII. TAURISCUS of Tralles, Greek sculptor, his theorem or series, XIII. 18. 345; Fairfax's translation of, VIII. II. 187.

Sir Henry, English poet and 851.

TAUROENTUM, ancient town, Var, colonial statesman, XXIII. 92. ISLAND, Sierra Leone, West France, xxiv. 69.

Isaac, English theological and Africa, XXII. 44.

TAUROMENIUM (Taormina), ancient philosophical writer, XXIII. 93. TASSONI, Alessandro, Italian poet, XXIII. town, Sicily, XXIII. 48.

- Jeremy, English preacher and 79. TAURUS, mountains, Asia Minor, xiv. theologian, XXIII.

93; vili.

421; TASTE, Sense of, xxIII. 79; in bees, III. 156; XV. 93; region of, 11. 704.

hymns by, XII. 592. 488; organs of, in man, 1. 896; in TAUSIKS, or Tajaks (q.v.), Iranian John, English poet, XXIII. 95. Crustacea, VI. 639; in fishes, XII. 653; peoples, Asia, XXIII. 25.

John, president of the Mormons, in mammals, XV. 367.

TAUTOCHRONE (Cycloid), in mechanics, XVI. 827. -, of minerals, XVI. 379. XV. 706.

Michael, his mathematical tables, TATARBAZARJIK, department, Roumelia, TAUTOG, fish, xxiv. 686.

XXIII. II. XXI. 21.

TAU TÖTÖNAL, mountain, Caucasus, v. Sir Robert, British architect, II. TATAR (or TARTAR) LANGUAGE, XXIII. 253.

444. 661; XXIV. 1; dictionaries of, vil. 192. Tauut, Egyptian divinity, vii. 718.

Samuel, English stenographer, Tatars, or Tartars (q.v.), Ural-Altaic TAVASTEHUS, province, Finland, IX. XXI. 837 people, XXIII. 70; XVI. 746. 217.

Sarah (Mrs Austin), English writer, TATE, Nahum, English hymn-writer, TAVERNER, Richard, his edition of the XXIII. 80; psalms and hymns by, English Bible, Vill. 386.

- Thomas, his allegorizing of myths, XII. 590. TAVERNIER, Jean Baptiste, French

XVII. 137 Thomas, his double-action air Oriental traveller, XXIII. 83.

Tom, English dramatist and art pump, I. 429.

TavgHI SAMOYEDES, race of people, critic, XXIII. 95. TATIAN, Christian apologist, XXIII. 80. Russia, XXI. 251.

Zachary, president of the United TATISCHEFF, Basil, Russian historian, Tavira, town, Portugal, xx111. 84. States, XXIII. 96, 767, 768. XXI. 106.

TAVISTOCK, town, England, xxIII. 84. BUILDING, Oxford, England, TATIUS, Achilles, Alexandrian romance TAVIUNI, one of the Fiji Islands, ix. XVIII. 96. writer, XX. 635.

156.

TAYRA, carnivorous mammal, xv. 440. Titus, king of the Sabines, xx. Tavon, bird, xv. 827.

TAYRONAS, Indian tribe, South America, 840.

Tavoy, district, Burmah, XXIII. 85. VI. 156. Tatler, The, Steele's journal, xvIII. TAVRIS (Tabriz), town, Persia, xxIII. 18; TAYTAO PENINSULA, Patagonia, XVIII. 537; XXII. 528; Addison's connexion XVIII. 626, 628.

352. with, I. 148.

TAWAF, religious rite, Mecca, xv. 673. TAYUMANAVAN, Tamil philosopher, TATOUAY, edentate mammal, xv. 387. TAWE, river, Wales, XXII. 732.

XXIII. 44.
TATS, or Tajaks (q.v.), Iranian peoples, TAWILAH (Kishm), island, Persian Gulf, TAZA, town, Morocco, XVI. 834.
Asia, XXIII. 25.

TCHAD, Lake, Soudan, Africa, I. 255; TA-TSING, dynasty of China, v. 649, TAWING, of leather, xiv. 389; in glove XXII. 278. 653 making, x. 692.

TCHADYR-DAGH, mountain, Crimea, TATTA, salt lake, Asia Minor, 11. 704. TAXACEÆ, group of plants, xxiv. 744. VI. 585. TATTERSALL's, horse mart, London, xiv. TAXACIS, Scythian sovereign, XXI. 576. TCHANY, Lake, Siberia, XXII. 5; XXIII. 829.

TAXATION, XXIII. 85; History of, ix. 429, 439. Tatti, Jacopo (Jacopo Sansovino), 171; in relation to protection, 1x. 755; TCHARA MOUNTAINS, Siberia, XXIII. Italian architect and sculptor, XXI. royal prerogative of, xix. 672; British,

509. 295.

VIII. 242; in United States, xxIII. TCHEBOKSARUI, town, Russia, XIV. 20. TATTOOING, XXII. 548; in totem clans, 827; Ricardo on, xx. 534; XIX. 374. TCHELABINSK, town, Russia, xvII. 826. XXIII. 469. TAXIDERMY, XXIII. 89.

TCHELNY, town, Russia, XXIII. 717. TATUA, genus of wasps, XXIV. 392. TAXILA, ancient town, India, xx. 110, TCHELYUSKIN, T., Russian Arctic erTATUSIA, genus of edentate mammals, 298; Bactrian inscription at, III. plorer, XIX. 318. XV. 387.

TCHEMBAR, town, Russia, xvIII. 515. TAUAMAT NIHA, mountain, Syria, TAXODIUM, genus of trees, XXI. 673. TCHEMKENT, town, Syr-Daria, Asia, XIV. 393.

TAXONOMY, biological classification, III. XXII. 821. TAUDENI, oasis, Africa, xvII. 695. 683; 11. 49; its relation to morphology, TCHERDYN, town, Russia, XVIII. 550. TAULEBE, Lake of, Honduras, XII. 130. XVI. 838, 845; influence of Darwinian TCHEREMISSES, Ural-Altaic people, IX. TAULER, Johann, German mystic, XXIII. doctrine on, xxiv. 810.

219; XXI. 79. 82; X. 526; XVII. 133, 486.

TAXUS, genus of trees, xxiv. 743. TCHEREPOVETS FAIR, Russia, XVII. TAUNTON, town, England, xxIII. 82. Tay, river, Scotland, XXIII. 91; XVIII. 607.

-, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XXIII. 665; railway bridge across estuary of, TCHERKASSK (Cherkassk), district of 83.

Don Cossack country, Russia, VII. TAUPO, Lake, New Zealand, xvII. 467. Loch, Scotland, xiv. 217, 221; 356. TAURETHA, Gabriel, Syriac writer, XVIII. 666.

TCHERKASY, town, Russia, XXIII. 96. XXII. 843.

TAYGETUS, mountain, Greece, XIV. 193. TCHERKESSES, or Circassians, race of TAURIDA, government, Russia, xxIII. TAYLOR, Arthur, on ancient London, people, v. 788; XIV. 150.

XIV. 841.

TCHERN, town, Russia, XXIII. 605.

XIV. 102.

222.

IV. 340.

83.

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