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BALTIMORE, Lord, governor of Newfoundland, IV. 7I3; XVII. 385; his settlement of Maryland, XV. 605; lIis relations with Penn, XVIII. 495.

BALTIMORITE, mineral, хп. 414.

BALUCHES, race of people, Asia, I. 235; III. 303.

BALUCIIISTAN, country, Asia, III. 299.

BALUE, Jean, French cardinal, III. 303.

BALUSAN, volcano, Philippines, XVIII. 749- ,

BALUZE, Etienne, French scholar, III. 304.

BALZAC, Honoré de, French novelist, III. 304; 1х. 679.

_, J can Louis Guez de, French writer, III. 305; IX. 659.

ВАМ, town, Persia, XVIII. 627, 628.

BAMBA, province of Congo, Africa, III. 305.

‚ town, Niger, Africa, XVII. 500.

BAM ВАКА, people, Senegambia, XXI. 662.

BAMBARRA, country and town, Soudan, Africa, III. 305; 1. 271; XXII. 279.

BAMBERG, town, Bavaria, III. 305; sculptures in cathedral, XXI. 564; university, XXIII. 846.

BAMBOROUGII, village, England, III. 306.

BAMBOO, plant, III. 305; XI. 54; its use in wicker-work, III. 423.

BAMBOUK, country, West Africa, III. 306.

BAuIAN, ancient town, Afghanistan, III. 307; caves of, I. 244.

BAM-I-DUNIA, plateau, Central Asia, XVIII. 102.

ВАМЫТЕ, mineral, XVI. 408.

BAM PTON, John, English divine, foundcr of Bampton Lectures, III. 307.

BAMPUR, town, Persia, XVIII. 627.

BANANA, plant and fruit, III. 307; XIX. 176; introduction of, into Polynesia., XIX. 419.

—-—, town, Loango, Africa, XIV. 743.

BANAs, river, Rajputana, India, XX. 260; XXII. 98.

BANASA, town, Mauretania, Africa., XV. 637.

BANAT, district, Hungary, III. 308; XVI. 295.

BANAz OVA, plateau, Asia Minor, XVIII. 853.

BANBRIDGE, town, Ireland, III. 308.

BANBURV, town, England, III. 308.

BANCA, island, Indian Archipelago, III. 308; birds of, III. 763; tin, XVI. 469.

BANCROET, George, American historian, I. 723.

_, Richard, archbishop of Canterbury, III. 308.

BAND, in architecture, II. 460.

BANDA, district, India, III. 309.

_ ISLANDS, Indian Archipelago, III. 309; nutmegs of, XVII. 666.

BAND AMIR, river, Persia, xxl. 829.

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BANDA Мим-Мим, Central African tribes, XVII. 473.

BANDA ORIENTAL (Uruguay), country, South America, XXIV. I4; invasion of, by Brazil, II. 491.

BANDAR-AEEAS (Bender мята), tovm, Persia, III. 557; XVIII. 620, 627.

BANDELLO, Matteo, Italian novelist, 111.310; XIII. 510.

BANDE NERE, Giovanni delle (Medici), XV. 787.

BANDERESI, mediaeval Roman oilicials, XX. 802.

BANDICOOT, marsupial mammal, Australia, III. III; XV. 381.

_, Great, rodent mammal, India, XII. 743; XVII. 5.

BANDINELLI, Bartolommeo, sculptor, III. 310.

BANDINI, Angelo Maria, Italian writer, III. 310.

_, Salustio Antonio, Italian economist, XIX. 362; XXII. 43.`

BAND OE HOPE SOCIETIES (Temperance), XXIII. 159.

BANDOL, town, France, XXIV. 69.

BANDON, town, Ireland, III. 311; river, VI 403.

вычти, town, India, XXIII. 221.

BANDUNG, town, Java, XIII. 606.

ВАНН‘, town, Scotland, III. 3II.

BANFFSHIRE, county, Scotland, III. 311; area and population, XXI. 528; representation, XXIII. 727.

BANG, Stephensen, Norse writer, XVII. 589.

BANGALORE,
XVII. 123.

BANGKA (Banca, gnu), island, Indian
Archipelago, III. 308.

BANGKALANG, town, Madura, Indian Archipelago, XV. 193.

BANGKOK, town, Siam, III. 313; XXI. 852.

BANGOR, town, Ireland, III. 314.

_, town, Maine, USA., III. 3I4.

_, town, Wales, III. 314; University College at, XXIII. 856.

BANGORIAN CONTROVERSV, VI. 328; XII. 29.

BANGWEOLO, Lake, Central Africa., I. 248; XXIV. 763; discovery of, by Livingstone, XIV. 722.

BANIALUKA, toim, Turkey, III. 314.

BANIANA (Baena), ancient town, Spain, III. 229.

BANIER, Abbé, on mythology, XVII. 137.

BANIM, John and Michael, Irish novelists,
III. 3I4.

BANJARMAssIN, district and
Borneo, III. 315; river, IV. 56.

BANK AND BANKING, III. 315.

BANKA (Banca, qm), island, Indian Archipelago, III. 308.

BANK CLEARING HOUSE, London, 1.91.

BANKEN VELD, district of Transvaal, South Africa, XXIII. 518.

Italian

town, India, III. 3I3;

town,

BANKING, III. 315; communistic views of, и. 214; 111 United States, XXIII. 766. 776

BANKIVA JUNGLE FOWI., XIX. 644.

BANK 0F ENGLAND, III. 316, 329; founding of, XI. 386; XVIII. 359; itsl relations with the Mint, XVI. 48 5.

BANK OF FRANCE, origin of, XIV. 367.

BANKRUIYrcV, in law, III. 341.

BANKS, of Newfoundland, XVII. 382.

_, Sir Joseph, president of the Royal Society, III. 345; XXI. 39; his patron` age of Robert Brown, IV. 386.

, Savings, XXI. 327.

_- ISLANDS, Melanesia, Pacific Ocean, XV. 835; XVII. 396.

_ OF ISSUE, III. 315.

BANKURA, district and town, India, III. 346

BANMO (Bhamo), town, Burmah, III. 627.

BANN, river, Ireland, III. 346.

BANNAcKs, American Indians, XII. 832.

BANNATVNE, George, early Scottish writer, XXI. 542.

BANNER, of knight, XIV. 117; military, IX. 276.

BANNERET, Knight, grade of knighthood, III. 346; XIV. 117, 119.

BANNOCKBURN, town, Scotland, III. 347; XXII. 554; battle of (1314), VII. 683; VIII. 313; XX. 594; XXI. 488.

BANNOVALLUM (Horncastle), Roman fort, Lincolnshire, England, XII. 170.

BANNS, Marriage, XV. 566.

BANNU, district, India, xx. 109.

BANQUETERS, The, comedy of Aristophanes, II. 509.

BANQUETS, sacrificial, XXI. 134.

BANQUETTE, in fortification, 1х. 421.

BANSHEE, of fairy mythology', V. 300.

BANSWARA, tributary state, India, III. 347; XX. 260.

BANTAM, residency, Java, XIII. 605; town, III. 347.

_ FOWLS, poultry, XIX. 646.

BANTING, William, on corpulence, Vl. 436~

BANTRV, town, Ireland, III. 347.

BANTU, groups of Negroes, XII. 312; XVII. 319; XXII. 729; languages, XIII. 820; XVII.318; XVIII. 780; XXII. 729; XXIV. 827.

BANU, district, India, III. 347.

_ NADIR, Jewish family in Medina, XVI. 556.

BANVILLE, Théodore de, French critic, XIV. 206.

BANVAK ISLANDS, Sumatra, XXII. 639.

BANYAN, tree, III. 348; 1V- 94

BANYANS, race, Mozambique, XVII. 7.

BANYUMAS, town, Java, ХШ- 606

BANVUwANGI, town, Java, ХШ- 606»

BAOBAE, tree, I. 268; IX- 408; XXL 662; XXII. 278. h

BAPHOMET, alleged Symbol 0f Кшвт Templare, III. 348.

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BARTISM, Christian sacrament, III. 348; XXI. 131, 139; Lutheŕs views on, XV. 78; St Paul’s doctrine, XVIII. 428; Quaker doctrine, XX. 15o; registra.йод of, XX. 343; sponsors at, XXII. 429.

BAPTIST, John the, хш. 709.

BAPTISTERV, chapel for baptism, III. 352; IX. 361; in the Catacombs, v. 211.

BAPTISTS, religious denomination, III. 353

_, Freewill, in America, IX. 762.

BAQUERos, nomadic clan, Asturias, 11. 824.

BAR, at mouth of a river, X. 277; хх. 575

_, town, Russian Poland, 111. 356; confederation 0f (1768), XIX. 297.

_, The legal, Costumes of, V1. 476.

BARA, tribe, Madagascar, xv. 171.

BARABA, steppe, Siberia, ххш. 429.

BARA ВАШ-п, district, India, III. 357.

BARABA TARTARs, Ura1~Altaic tribe, ххш. 7o.

ВАКА-Ватт, Temple of, Java, XIII. 609.

BARADA, river, Damascus, vl. 790.

BARADEUS, Jacobus, Syrian monk, founder of the Jacobite sect, VI. 354; хш. 539; XXII. 832.

BARADLA, вышлете grotto, Hungary, I. 420.

BARAHAT, town, India, 111. 357.

BARAK, river, India, xv. 489.

BARAKIIA'I'rA, town, India, xx. 272.

BARAKISII, Minzean town, Arabia, XXIV. 740.

шк ALI, Syriac lexicographer, ххп. 847.

BARAMAIIAI, tract in Salem district, India, xxl. 210.

BARAMGALI, fort, Kashmir, хш. п.

BARAMINDANA, prince of Mandingo, Africa, XV. 47 5.

BARANGAR, town, India, ххш. 673.

BARANTE, Amable G. P., French statesman and historian, III. 357.

BARANVA, province, Hungary, III. 357.

BARANZANO, Jean Antoine, Italian scientist, 111. 358.

BARASAT, town, India, III. 358; XXIII. 673.

BARAT, Tibetan festive exhibition, XIV. 501.

BARATIÈRE, John Philip, precocious scholar, 111. 358.

BARATYNSKI, Jewgenij Abrsmovitch, Russian poet, 111. 358.

BARBA, district, Central Africa, IV. 54.

BARBACENA, town, Brazil, III. 358.

BARBADOS, island, West Indies, III. 358; ххш. 510.

Y _ LEG, or Elephantiasis, disease, VIII. 126.

BAR BAHLUL, Syriac lexicographer, XXII. 849.

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BARBARELLA, Giorgio
Italian painter, X. 607.

BARBARIAN, origin of the name, 111. 463.

_ LAws, Teutonic codes, XXI. 212.

BARBARO, Venetian envoy to Persia, XVIII. 633.

BARBARossA, Aruch and Khair ed-Din, Turkish corsairs, 111.362; 1.565; xxi. 621, 643.

_(Frederick 1.), emperor, IX. 729; X. 489; хш. 374; his struggle with Adrian IV., I. 165; his homage to Alexander III., I. 487; in Italy, XIII. 472; his patronage of Bologna university, xxIII. 833.

BARBARY, country, North Africa, III. 363; х. 265.

BARBASTELLE BAT, xv. 410.

BARBAs'rRo, town, Spain, III. 363.

BARBAULD, Anna Letitia., English writer, 111. 363.

BARREL, fish, x11. 692; angling for, 11. 42 ; Indian, XV. 285.

BARBER, III. 363.

BARBERI, races of riderless horses, at Rome, V. 124.

_, Philip de, inquisitor, XIII. 9 3.

BARBERINI, Italian family, 111. 363.

_, Mañ'eo (Pope Urban VIIL), III. 363; xxIv. 9.

BARBERINO, Francesco da, Italian writer, хш. 501.

BARBER 0F SEVILLE, Rossini’s opera, хх. 861.

BARBERTON, town, Transvaal, Africa, ххш. 518.

BARBET, bird, хх. IoI.

BARBETS (Camisards), Huguenot sect, 1V- 743- .

BARBETTE, in fortification, Ix. 432.

_ WAR-SHIPS, xvII. 286.

BARBEYRAC, Jean, French jurist, 111. 363.

BARBIERI; DI SIVIGLIA, новые opera, xx. 861.

BARBIERI, Giovanni Francesco (Guercino), Italian painter, III. 364.

_, Paolo Antonio, Italian painter, III. 364.

BARBO, Pietro (Pope Paul 11.), XVIII. 430

BARBOSA DU BOCAGE, Portuguese poet, xIx. 557.

BARBOUR, John, Scottish poet, 111. 364; VIII. 395.

BARBUDA, island, West Indies, III. 366.

BARCA (E1-Medinah), ancient town, Cyrenaica, North Africa, 111. 366.

_, district, North Africa, III. 366; ххш. 574.

BARCELONA, province, Spain, ххп. 298.

_, town, Spain, III. 366; ххп. 298; libraries of, хш. 549; siege of (1705), xvIII. 7oI.

_, County of, Spain, XXII. 311.

(Giorgione),

BARcIIEsrER TowERs, Anthony Trollopc’s novel, ххш. 585.

BARCLAV, Alexander, English poet, III. 368; XVIII. 345.

_, David, Scottish Quaker, хх. 152.

_, John, author of Argenis, III. 369.

_, John, founder of a. Scottish sect, 111. 369.

_, John, Scottish anatomist, III. 369.

_, J. G., his observatory at Leywn, Essex, England, XVII. 711.

_, Robert, Scottish Quaker and writer, 111.369; xvIII. 496; хх. 148.

_, William, Scottish jurist, III. 37o; xxl. 543.

_ DE ToLLV, Michael, Russian general, III. 37o; XVII. 217.

BAR-CocnEBAs, Jewish leader, ш. 370; хш. 428.

BARD, ancient Celtic poet, III. 37o; v. 318. See Bards.

BARDANEs, Byzantine general, XVII. 481.

_ PIIILIPPICUS, emperor of the East, хш. 798; xvIII. 748.

BARDAS, Caesar, regent of Constantinople, XVIII. 819.

ВАК-Визы: (Bardesanes), Gnostic and Syriac writer, III. 37o; X. 703; XXII. 827; XXIV. 38.

BARDEN TOWER, Yorkshire, England, ххш. 749.

BARDESANES, Gnostic and Syriac writer, 111. 37o; х. 7o3; XXII. 827; his relations to Valentinianism, XXIV. 38.

BARDIA, island, Malay Peninsula, xv. 321.

BARDIGLIo, kind of Italian marble, xv. 528.

BARDILI, Christoph Gottfried, German metaphysician, III. 371.

BARDO, town, Tunis, XXIII. 622.

BARDs, 111. 37o; early British, 11. 65o; early Irish, хш. 250; Welsh, V. 318; V11. 791.

Вышку, island, Wales, III. 371.

BARDULUM (Barletta), ancient tomi, Italy, 111. 376.

BARDWAN, district and town, India, III. 371

BARDVLIS, Illyrian chief, x11. 709.

BARÉGBS, town, France, III. mineral water of, XVI. 435.

BAREILLV, district and town, India, 111. 372

BARELI, or Bareilly, district and town, India., III. 372.

BAREN-rs, William, Dutch navigator, х. 184; XIX. 317.

_ LAND, island, Spitzbergen, ххп. 408

372;

EA, Arctic Ocean, XVII. 592, 604.

BARÈRE DE Ушные, Bertrand, French Revolutionist, III. 373.

BARETTI, Giuseppe, Italian critic, 111. 374; хш. 512.

BARETTIER (Barati'ere), John Philip, precocious scholar, III. 358.

BARFF, John, on wool, I. 398.

BARFLEUR, town, France, III. 374.

BARFURUSI-I, or Balfroosh, town, Persia, III. 280.

BARGAGLI, Scipione, Sienese writer, XXII. 43.

BARGE, boat, XXI. 30.

_ BOARD, in architecture, II. 475. BARGES, lighthouse, Sables d’Olonne, France, XXI. 129. _

BARGUERLAC, bird, XXI. 259.

BARGUZIN, river, Transbaikalia, Russia, XXIII. 510; town, XXIII. 511; mountains, XXII. 3; ххш. 509.

BARH, town, India, XVIII. 409.

BARHAM, Richard Harris, English humorist, III. 374.

BAR-HEBR/EUS (Abulfaragius), Syriac and Arabic writer, I. 60; ххп. 853; ххш. 5.

BARI, Mola di, town, Italy, XVI. 608.

_, Terra di, province and town, Italy, III. 374.

BARI DOAB, tract, Punjab, India, XX. 107.

BAR-IDTA, Syriac writer, XXII. 838.

BARINAS, town, Venezuela, XXIV. 140.

BARISAI., town, India, III. 248.

BARISAN MOUNTAINS, Sumatra, XXII. 638.

BARIsANos, Italian metal-worker, XVI. 760.

BARITO, river, Borneo, IV. 56.

BARIUM, chemical element, V. 525.

_ (Bari), ancient town, Italy, III. 37 5.

BARK, of trees, IV. 101; used in tanning, XIV. 381.

BARKAVA, Simeon, Syriac writer, XXII. 838.

BARKER, Robert, inventor of panoranms, XVIII. 214.

_, Thomas, English writer on angling, XXIV. 342.

BARRIIANS, sand-dunes, Syr-Daria, Asia, XXII. 820.

BARKING, tomi, England, III. 375.

BARKIVAROK, Seljuk ruler, XXI. 635.

ВАвкомЕтЕк, hydrometer for tan liquors, XIV. 383.

BARLAAM, monk, condemns Hesychasm in Greek Church, XI. 782.

-— AND JOSAPHAT, Sts, Story of, III. 375; XX. 636.

BAR-LE-DUC, town, France, III. 356.

BARLETTA, town, Italy, III. 376.

BARLEV, cereal plant, III. 376; use of, in brewing, IV. 266; culture of, I. 358; experiments in manuring, XV. 507.

_ SUGAR, confection, v1. 257.

BAR-LINES, in music, XVII. 82.

BARLINGS OXNEV, abbey, Lincolnshire, England, XIV. 656.

BARLOw, Sir George, governor-general of India, XII. 805.

_, Joel, American poet, III. 377.

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BARLOW, Peter, English mathematician, III. 377; on magnetic induction, XV. 250.

BARM, yeast, XXIV. 734.

BARMAK, founder of the Barmecides, III.

377BARMECIDES, Persian family, III. 377; XVI. 581. BARMEN, town, Rhenish Prussia, III. 377; XX. 16.

BARIIOUTII, town, Wales, XVI. 39.

BARNABAS, St Pau1’s companion, III. 377; XVIII. 417.

_, Epistle of, early Christian work, II. 197; its relation to the Gospels, X. 815.

BARNABITE MONKS, XVI. 711.

BARNABY RUDGE, Dickens’s novel, VII. 176.

BARNACLES, their distribution, VII. 279.

BARNARD, Henry, American educationist, VII. 679.

_ CASTLE, town, England, III. 378.

BARNAUI., town, Siberia, 111.378; XXII. II; XXIII. 439.

BARNAVE, Antoine orator, III. 378.

BARNES, Albert, American expositor, III. 379

_, Joshua, English scholar, III. 379.

_, Thomas, English journalist, XVII. 418.

_, William, Dorset poems of, VII. 372.

BARNET, town, England, III. 379.

BARNEVELDT, Jan van Olden, Dutch statesman, III. 379; XII. 77.

Выживи), Richard, English pastoral poet, XVIII. 347.

BARNSLEY, town, England, III. 380;
XXIV. 748.

BARNSTABLE, town,
U.S.A., 111. 380.

BARNSTAPLE, town, England, III. 380.

BARNUEVO, Pedro de Реши/8. y, Peruvian writer, XVIII. 675.

BARNwELL CASTLE, Northampton,
England, XVII. 557.

BARoccIIIo, Giacomo da
Italian architect, III. 380.

BAROCCI, or Baroccio, Federigo, Italian painter, III. 380.

BARODA, town, India, III. 380.

BAROLO, Marchesa di, Italian prison reformer, XVIII. 478.

BAROLUM (Barletta),
Italy, III. 376.

BARoMETER, III. 381; invention of, by
Torricelli, XXIII. 453; applications of,
XIX. 241; Pascal's experiments with,
XVIII. 338.

BAROMETRIC PRESSURE, Oscillations of, III. 30; XVI. 121.

BARON, title of nobility, III. 387; XVIII. 462. 464

BARONET, title of nobility, III. 388; XIV. 120.

_ or NOVA SCOTIA, XVII. 603.

Pierre, French

Massachusetts,

Vignola,

ancient town,

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BARONIUS, Caesar, church historian, III. 389; V. 765; his Ecclesiastical Annals, 1. 785; х1х. 505.

BARoNs’ WAR, in England, VIII. 311; XI. 659.

BARoNV, Burghs of, in Scotland, IV. 63.

BAROSSA, town, South Australia, XXII. 284. .

BAROZZI, or Barocchio, Giacomo da Vignola, Italian architect, III. 380.

BARQUISIMETO, town, Venezuela., III. 389; XXIV. 140. ‘

BARR, town, Alsace, Germany, III. 390.

_, town, India, XVIII. 409.

BARRA, island, Hebrides, Scotland, III. 390; XI. 607.

BARRACKPUR, subdivision and town, India, III. 39o.

Выписка for soldiers, III. 390; of the British army, II. 587; ventilation of, XXIV. 160.

BARRAI., aeronaut, I. 195.

BARRANCAS, valleys, Spain, XXII. 294.

BARRANDE, Joachim, his theory of fossil colonies, X. 323.

BARRAS, Comte de, French Revolutionist, III. 392.

BARREL-MAKING, VI. 338.

BARREL ORGAN, XVII. 106.

BARRERE, Pierre, on birds, XVIII. 5.

BARRETT, Elizabeth (Mrs Browning), English poetess, 1v. 391.

_, George, his annuity tables, II. 81.

BARRI-IEAD, town, Scotland, III. 392.

BARRI, Girald de (Giraldus Cambrensis), ecclesiastic and historian, III. 392.

BARRIER ACT, of the Scottish Church (1639), XIX. 682.

BARRIER REEFS, X. 257; VI. 378.

BARRINGTON, First Viscount, logian, III. 393.

, Second Viscount, III. 393.

_, Hon. Башен, naturalist, III. 393.

_, Samuel, English admiral, III. 394.

_, Shute, bishop of Durham, III. 394.

BARRIsTERs, English legal pleaders, III. 394; XIII. 87.

BARROCOE, settlement, West Africa, X- 755

BARRoN’s LOCK, XIV. 744.

BARROS, J oäo de, Portuguese historian, III. 395; XIX. 557.

BARRow, river, Ireland, XIII. 216; хх. 171.

_, Isaac, English mathematician and divine, III. 396; on differential calculus, XIII. 7.

_, Sir John, English writer and administrator, III. 396; advocate of northern exploration, XIX. 319; his comparison of Chinese and Peruvians, 1. 698.

_, Reuben, on Hindu algebra, 1, 517_

BARRowE, Henry, English Independent, XII. 724.

BARROW-IN-FURNESS, town, England, III. 395.

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BARROWS, sepulchral mounds, III. 397; in ancient; America, I. 692.

BARR0w’s STRAITS, Polar Sea, III. 399.

BARRULE, North and South, mountains, Isle of Man, XV. 450.

BARRY, Sir Charles, English architect, III. 399.

_, James, Irish painter, III. 399.

_, Madame du, mistress of Louis XV., 1х. 593.

— CORNwALL (B. W. Procter), English poet, XIX. 792.

BARS, county, Hungary, III. 400.

——, River, Formation of, X. 277; хх. 575

BAR SAROSIIWAI, Syriac Biblical critic, XXII. 849.

BARSAUMA, Syriac writer, XXII. 830, 831.

BARSI, town, India, хх1. 832.

BARsovITE, mineral, хш. 42о.

BAR-sUR-AUBE, town, France, III. 356.

BAa-sUR-ORNAIN, town, France, III. 356

BAR-SUR-SEINE, town, France, III. 357.

BART, or Barth, Jean, French admiral, III. 401.

BARTAN, town, Asiatic Turkey, III. 401.

BARTANG, river, Turkcstan, xvIII. 103.

BARTAS, Guillaume de Sallustc du, French poet, III. 401.

BARI-FELD, or Bartfa, town, Hungary, III. 401.

BARTH, Heinrich, African explorer, III. 401; I. 247.

_, Jean, French admiral, III. 401.

BARTHELEMY, Auguste Marseille, French writer, III. 401.

_, Jean Jacques, French writer, III. 401.

BARTHEZ, or Barthes, Paul Joseph, French physician, III. 402.

BARTIIOLDPS STATUE or LIBERTY, New York, XVII. 459.

BARTHOLIN, Danish historian, XII. 626.

BARTI-IOLINUS, Erasmus, on crystals, VI. 672.

_, Gaspard, Swedish writer, 111. 403.

_, Thomas, Swedish physiologist, III. 403.

BARTHOLOMEW, St, apostle, III. 403.

_, Revelations of, apocalyptic work, 11. 179.

_, St, Massacre of, 1x. 561; v. 412.

BARTIZAN, in architecture, 11. 460.

BARTLE'I'T, A. D., on the structure of birds, xvIII. 25.

BARTOLINI, Loienzo, Italian sculptor, III. 403.

BARTOLOMMEO DI S. MARCO (Baccio della Porta), Italian painter, III. 194; his influence on Raphael, хх. 275.

BAR'ronozzI, Francesco, Italian engravcr, III. 403.

BARTOLUS, Italian jurist, III. 403.

BARTON, Andrew, Scottish sea captain, хх1` 496.

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BARTON, Benjamin Smith, American naturalist, III. 404; on biIds, XVIII. 9.

_~, Elizabeth (Maid of Kent), religious enthusiast, III. 404; I. 33.

_, William, his version of the Psalms,

x11. 590. BARTRAM, W., on American birds, xvIII.

9.

BARTSCH, Karl, on the Nibelungenlied, xvII. 476.

BARUCII, of Scripture, III. 404.

_, Apocalypse of, II. 179; xvI. 315.

_, Book of, in Apocrypha, III. 404; 11. 181.

BARUNG, Nusa, island, Java, XIII. 600.

BARwoN, river, Australia, ххш. 216.

BARwooD, red dye, vII. 576.

BARYTA, or Barytes, oxide of barium, 111. 406; in glass manufacture, X. 664.

_ MICA, mineral, хш. 413.

_ WHITE, pigment, х1х. 86.

BARYTE, nIIneral, XVI. 400.

BARYTo-CALCITE, mineral, xvI. 398.

BARY'ro-CELESTINE, mineral. хш. 4оо.

BASALT, variety of rocks, х. 235.

BAscINEr, headpiece, x1. 637.

BASE, in architecture, II. 460.

_, in chemistry, V. 477, 486.

_ BALI., game, III. 406.

BASEDow, Johann Bernhard, German educationist, III. 407; vII. 676

BASEL (Bâle, or Basle), canton, Switzerland, 111. 408; хх11. 778, 791.

_, town, Switzerland, XXII. 778, 789; council of (1431-43), III. 409; х1х. 502; хх. 320; treaty of (1795), 1. 471; libraries, хш. 548; univcrsuy,xx111. 842, 851.

_ CONFESSION (1531), xv. 83.

BASE LINE, Measurement of, in surveying, х. 163; ххп. 696, 704.

BASEMENT, in architecture, II. 460.

BASE 0F SUPPLY, in war, ххш. 350.

BASI-IAN, country of Scripture, in Syria, III. 410.

BASHFORTH, Prof., on the velocity of projectiles, XI. 302.

BASI-IGALIS, tribe,Afghanistan, хш. 822.

BASHI-BAZOUKS, Turkish Irregular soldiery, 11. 618.

BASIIKIIz-MESCHERYAKS, people, Russia, XVI. 46.

BASHKIRS, people, Russia, III. 411 ; хх1. 79.

BASHMURIC, Egyptian dialect, v1. 355; х1. 799.

BASIDIoIuvcETEs, order of Fungi, 1x. 832; ххш. 127.

BASIL, the Great, early theologian, 111. 412; his monastic rule, XVI. 700.

_, bishops of Ancyra and Sclcucia, III. 412.

, or Basilius, I., emperor of the East, 111.419; XI. 116.

_ Il., emperor, XI. 116.

_, prince of Russia, XXI. 91.

_, culinary herb, XII. 289.

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BASII. SHUISKI, Russian revolutionist, хх1. 95.

BASILEUS, title of Greek archon, II. 476.

BASILIA (Basel), ancient town, Switzerland, III. 408.

BASILICA, Greek code of laws, 111.419; Dorotheus’s scholia on, VII. 369.

­­-­, BASILICAS, in architecture, III. 412; II. 421; of Italy, II. 434; Roman, Xx. 816, 823.

BASILICATA, province, Italy, III. 420.

BASILICON D0R0N, book by James VI. of Scotland, хш. 558; хх1. 5о9.

BASILICUS, Jacob, Moldavian pretender, xxI. 19.

BASILIDES, Gnostic teacher, 111. 42o; X. 703; his connexion with Neoplatonism, XVII. 335.

BASILISK, fabulous animal, III. 421; VI. 98.

BASILIUS (Basil 1.), emperor of the East, X1. 116; his code of law, III. 419.

BASINGSTOKE, town, England, 111. 421.

BASKERVILLE, John, English printer, III. 421.

BASKET, III. 421.

BAsIcING-SHARK, xxl. 777; XII. 646.

BASLE (Basel, аль), cant-on and town, Switzerland, III. 408.

BASMANOFF, Russian general, хх1. 94.

BASNAGE, Jacques, Protestant pastor, III. 423.

BASODINE,mountain,Switzc1-land,XXIII. 351

ВАЗОММАТОРНОКА, subordcr of Mol­ lusca, XVI. 660.

BASQUE PROVINCES, Spain, III. 423; хх11. 298.

BASQUES, European race, x11. 605; their language, 111.424; XVIII. 780; dictionaries of the language, VII. 188; their prehistoric origin, V. 269; X. III.

BASRA, province, Asiatic Turkey, XVI. 51; ххш. 653; (Bussorah), town, 1v. 577; VIII. 671; province and town under the caliphs, хп. 562, 590; Moslem theological school of, XVI. 592

BAs RELIEFS, in sculpture, Ix. 205; Greek, 11. 352.

BASS, George, Australasian explorer, III. 104.

_ & Со.‘5 BREWERIES, Burton, England, Iv. 265, 572.

BASSE, ruins, Greece, xvIII. 735.

BASSAHIR, state, India, 111. 424.

BASSAM, Grand, river and settlement, )Vest Africa, X. 755.

BASSANO, town, Italy, III. 424.

_, Giacomo da Ponte, Italian painter, 111. 424.

BASSANTIE, James, Scottish astronomer, xxl. 543.

BASSEIN, district, India, 111.425; town, 111.425; XXIII. 221.

BASSELIN, Olivier, French poet, III.

425.

BASSES-ALPES, department, France, I.

99BASSSES-PYRÉNÉES, department, France, XX. 126. ВА5ЗЕТ, or Outcrop, in geology, X. 298. BASSE TERRE, district and town, Guadeloupe, West Indies, XI. 230. BAssETERRE, town, St Christopher, West Indies, XXI. 159. BAssET HORN, musical

XVII. 708. . BASSEVILLE, Hugo, French Republican

agent in Rome, XIX. I 55.

BASSI, Laura Maria Caterina, learned Italian lady, III. 425.

BASSIANUS, Joannes, Italian jurist, III. 425.

, Varius Avitus (Heliogabalus), emperor of Rome, х1. 632.

BASSIGNY, district, France, XV. 56I.

BAsso DA CAMERA, musical instrument, XXIV. 245.

BASSOON, musical instrument, IIL 425; XVII. 7o7.

BAssoRA (Bussorah), town, Asiatic Turkey, Iv. 577; vIII. 671; XVI. 562, 590; gum of, XI. 276.

BASS ROCK, islet, Firth of Forth, Scotland, III. 424.

BAss’s STRAITS, Australia, III. 424.

BASSUS, Cœsius, Roman poet, XVIII. 662.

BAss WooD, tree, United States, XXIII. 808.

BAsT, bark of lime tree, хш. 648.

_ (Bubastis), Egyptian divinity, IV. 408; VII. 718.

BASTAR, feudat-ory state, India, III. 425.

BAsTARD, III. 426.

_ 0E ORLEANS (Dunois), French general, VII. 544.

ВА5ТЕ1, mountain, Saxony, xxl. 357.

BAsTI, district and town, India, III. 428.

BASTIA, town, Corsica, 111. 428.

BASTIANINI, Italian sculptor, XXI. 57o.

BASTIAT, Frédéric, French political economist, III. 428; х1х. 385.

BASTIE, Sieur Anwine d’Arces de la, French envoy in Scotland, XXI. 497. BASTILLE, fortress, Paris, 111.429; XXIII. 289; its fall, IX. 598; the Man of the

Iron Mask in, XIII. 360.

ВАЗ’ПОЫ, 111 fortification, IX. 434, 440.

BAsTITE, mineral, XVI. 415.

BAsTNAEsITE, mineral, XvI. 383.

BAsTwIcK, John, English physician and anti-Catholic, III. 430.

BASURIIAT, tomi, India, XXIII. 673. BASUTos, South-African tribe, v. 47; XXIII. 518; languages of, XXIV. 828. BAT, chiropterous mammal, III. 431;

XV. 405; hibernation of, XI. 788; sense of touch in, XXIII. 479; in Sumatra, XXII. 64o.

_, Fox, IX. 352; ххп. 640.

_, Vampire, XXIV. 52.

instrument,

BATAGUR, genus of chelonian reptiles, XXIII. 457.

BATAK LANGUAGE, III. 442.

BATALA, town, India., XI. 331.

BATALDEN, island, Norway, XVII. 576.

BATAN/EA, ancient province, Syria., III. 4Io.

BATANEs, islands, Philippines, XVIII. 751

BATANG,
XV. 321.

, town, Tibet, XXIII. 342.

_ LUPAR, river, Borneo, XXI. 306.

BATAVI, Germanic tribe, XII. 69.

BATAVIA, tomi, Java, III. 431; XIII. 606; library at, XIV. 534, 549.

BATAVIAN REPUBLIC, Netherlands (1795), XII. 82.

BATCIIIAN, island, Indian Archipelago, XIII. 692.

BATCI-IING, in jute manufacture, XIII. 802.

BATEGNIUS (111-Батат), АгаЪ1а11 111811“!matician, I. 449; XvI. 596; ххш. 561.

BATEMAN, John, colonizer of Victoria, Australia, XXIV. 218.

_, J. F., on Loch Кашне aqueduct, II. 226.

BATES, William, English Nonconformist divine, III. 432.

BATH, town, England, 111. 432; XXII. 258; mineral waters of, XVI. 433; Nash’s connexion with, XVII. 235.

_, town, Maine, U.S.A., III. 434.

_, Syriac measure, XXIV. 485.

_, Earl of, English politician, хх. 103.

—, Order of the, XIV. 124.

_ AND WELLS, bishopric of, England, XXIV. 499.

BATHGATE, town, Scotland, III. 434.

BATHING, III. 437.

BATHOMETER, measure of sea-depths, XXII. 38.

BATHORI, Christopher, prince of Transylvania, XXII. 23o.

_, Sigmund, prince of Transylvania, XXI. 17.

_, Stephen, govemor of Transylvania and king of Poland, XII. 369; XIX. 293; XXI. 92.

BATHS, III. 434; ancient Roman, at Pompeii, XIX. 448; hydropathic, XII. 544; swimming, XXII. 771.

BATHURST, tomi, Gambia, West Africa, I. 269; X. 59.

_, town, New Brunswick, XVII. 375.

_, town, New South Wales, III. 441.

_, village, Sierra Leone, XXII. 45.

_, Earl of, English statesman, III. 441.

_, Ralph, English poet, physician, and divine, III. 442.

BATIIVCLES, Greek sculptor, III. 442.

BATIIYLAGUS, genus of fishes, XXI. 222, 224.

BATINEH, district, Arabia, II. 255.

island, Malay Peninsula,

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BATISCAN, river, Canada, XX. 165.

BATIUSHKOFF, Constantine, Russian poet, XXI. 107.

BATLEY, town, England, XXIV. 748.

BATMAN SU, atiluent of Tigris, XXIII. 387.

BATNA, tomi, Algeria, XIV. 238.

BATOIDEI, group of fishes, х11. 686; XX. 299.

BATONI, Pompeo Girolamo, Italian painter, III. 442.

BATON-ROUGE, town, Louisiana, U.S.A., III. 442; XV. 21.

BATORY, Stephen, king of Poland and ruler of Transylvania, XII. 369; XIX. 293; XXI. 92.

BATOUM, seaport, Transcaucasia, Russia, III. 446; XXIII. 514; ceded to Russia (1878), XXIII. 653.

BATRACIIIANS, group of animals, I. 750; XX. 432.

BATRACIIUs, Greek architect, III. 442.

BATSHA, Tong-King, peculiarity of tides at, XIV. 606.

BATTA, Negro tribe, Sokoto, Africa, XXII. 248.

BATTAFUoco, Matteo, Corsican politician, XVII. 193.

BATTAKS (Battas, ум), race of people, Sumatra, III. 442; XXII. 640.

BATTALION, body of infantry, III. 442.

BATTAS, or Battaks, race of people, Sumatra, III. 442; XXII. 640; their cannibalism, Iv. 808.

BATTER, in architecture, II. 460.

BATrERING RAM, military engine, III. 443

BATTERSEA, district, London, XIV. 822.

BATTERY, of artillery, 111.443; II. 662; coast batteries, IX. 451.

_, electric, VIII. 13, 90; galvanic, VIII. 92.

_, in law, II. 724.

BATTEUX, Charles, French writer on art, III. 443; 1.220.

BATTIIVANI, Count Louis, Hungarian leader, XII. 371.

BATTIADAî, dynasty of Libyan kings, III. 446.

BATTICALOA, town, Ceylon, III. 443.

BATTIKS, Javanese cloth, XIII. 604.

BATTLE, engagement between armies, III. 443; XXIV. 361.

_, town, England, III. 445.

_, Ordcal of, XVII. 820.

_ AXE, weapon of war, II. 5 55.

_ HARBOUR, fishing station, Labrador, XIV. 175.

BATTLEMENT, in architecture, II. 460.

BATTLE 0E THE BOOKS, Sm'ft’s work, XXII. 762; Wotton’s share in the controversy, XXIV. 685.

BATTLE or TIIE STANDARD (1138), XVII. 555.

BATTLE or THE STANDARD, Leonard@ da Vinci’s picture, XIV. 4 59,

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