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YEAST, XXIV. 733; formation of, ix. 92, | YENISEIANS, people, Siberia, XXII. 11. YOKE-ELM, tree, XII. 168.

94; cell division in, XII. 13; use of, in YENISEISK, province, Siberia, Xxiv. YOKOHAMA, town, Japan, XXIV. 744; brewing, IV. 275. 741; town, XXIV. 743.

XIII. 578. C. Kingsley's novel, xiv. 88. YENI SHEHR (Larissa), town, Greece, YOKOSUKA, town, Japan, XXIV. 745. YEBNA (Jamnia), town, Palestine, XIII.

XIV. 314.

YOLA, town, Central Africa, XXII. 279. 563.

YENI SHEHR, Asia Minor, capital of YOLANDE, regent of Savoy, XXI. 341. YEDO (Tokio), town, Japan, XXIII. 432; Osmanli princedom, XXIII. 640. YOLLA, town, Central Africa, I. 140. XIII. 577

YENKING, ancient capital of China, iv. YOLOFS, or Wolofs, Negro race, West YEHUDAH HANNASI, editor of Mishnah, 722.

Africa, 1. 263; XVII. 319; XXI. 662. XVI. 504.

YEN-TAI (Chee-Foo), town, China, v. YOMDOK-Tso, lake, Tibet, XXIII. 340. YEISK, town, Russia, xxiv. 734.

455.

YONATHAN (Jonathan) Targum of, YEKATERINBURG (Ekaterinburg), town, YEOLA, town, India, XXIV. 743.

XXIII. 64. Asiatic Russia, vii. 793; XVI. 128; YEOMANRY, volunteer cavalry, xxiv. YONGE, Nicholas, introducer of madrigal XVIII. 550; XXII. II; XXIV. 6. 294.

into England, xv. 192. YEKATERINODAR (Ekaterinodar), town, YEOVIL, town, England, xxiv. 743. YONKERS, town, New York, U.S.A., Russia, VII. 793; XIV. 150.

YERBA BUENA (San Francisco), Cali XXIV. 745; XVII. 458. YEKATERINOSLAFF (Ekaterinoslaff), fornia, U.S.A., XXI. 263.

YONNE, department, France, XXIV. government, Russia, VII. 793; XXI. 69; YERBA MATÉ, or Paraguay Tea, xv. 627; 745 town, vil. 794. IV. 227.

river, France, XVII. 495; XXI. YELETS, town, Russia, XXIV. 734. YERKALAS, people, India, XXIII. 42. 624. YELIZAVETGRAD (Elizabethgrad), town, YERMAK, Cossack chief, xxi. 93; XXII. YORIACUM (Ivry), ancient town, France, Russia, viii. 146.

XIII. 525. YELIZAVETPOL (Elizabethpol), town, YESHIL IRMAK (Iris), river, Asia Minor, YORK, county, England, xxiv. 746; Russia, VIII. 146.

coalfield, vi. 51. YELL, island, Shetland, Scotland, xvII. YESHƯ BAR SHUSHAN, Syriac writer, town, England, xxiv. 749; minster, 846. XXII. 848.

II. 427, 428; St Mary's Abbey, I. 14. YELLAMALAIS, mountain range, India, YESUKAI, Mongol chief, XIII. 620.

, town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., XXIV. XIV. 5.

YETHOLM, town, Scotland, XXI. 34. 752. YELLOW, Pigments of, xix. 87.

YEW, tree, XXIV. 743; culture of, 11. , town, Western Australia, xxiv. YELLOWBIRD, XXII. 99.

316. YELLOW COLOURS, in dyeing, VII. YEZD, or Yazd, town, Persia, XXIV. 733; Archbishop of, II. 370. 578. XVIII. 627, 628.

Cape, Australia, III. 107. YELLOW EARTH, or Felinite, mineral, YEZDEGIRD, king of Bokhara, xvIII. Richard, duke of, protector of XVI. 425. 651, 101.

England, xxiv. 381; as viceroy of YELLOW FEVER, disease, XXIV. 734; Era of, v. 717; XVIII. 326.

Ireland, xiii. 261. XVIII. 403; quarantine for, xx. 156; YEZIDIS, Kurdish tribes, Mesopotamia, - House of, English dynasty, xxiv. Rush's treatment of, XXI. 63; in XVI. 49.

752; VIII. 327; XIX. 175; wars with Buenos Ayres, II. 494. YEZO, island, Japan, XIII. 569.

house of Lancaster, VIII. 327, 329; XI. YELLOWHEAD, bird, xvIII. 52.

YING-Kow (Ying-tze), town, China, 661; XXI. 740. YELLOW LEAD ORE, mineral, xvi. 697. XVII. 381.

HOUSE, Twickenham, England, YELLOW PINE, tree, XIX. 105.

YING-TEEN (Nanking), town, China, XXIII. 674.
YELLOWPLUSH PAPERS, Thackeray's,
XVII, 172.

ROUND, in archery, II. 373.
XXIII. 214.

YING-TZE, or Ying-tsze, town, China, YORKTOWN, U.S.A., Siege of (1781), YELLOW RIVER (Hwang-ho), China, v. V. 641; XV. 466; XVII. 381.

XXIII. 745. 630; XVIII. 117; XXIII. 339.

YISHAKI, Rabbenu Shelomoh, Jewish YORO, department, Honduras, XII. 132. YELLOW SEA, East Asia, XVIII, 116. rabbi, xx. 284.

YORUBA, country, West Africa, XXIV. YELLOWSTONE, river, Montana, U.S.A., YISSUN TIMUR KHAN, Mongol ruler, 754. XVI. 772.

XVI. 742.

YOSEMITE, district, California, U.S.A., LAKE, U.S.A., XXIV. 737.

Y-LIN (I-Chang), town, China, XII. IV. 698. NATIONAL PARK, United States, 628.

YOUGHAL, town, Ireland, xxiv. 755. XXIV. 736. Ylo, town, Peru, xvIII. 674.

YOUNG, Sir Allen, Arctic voyager, XIX. YELLOW-TAIL, fish, XXIV. 738. YLYA, river, Russia, XXI. 74.

324. YELLOW-WOOD, or Fustic, dyestuff, ix. YNCA-HUALPA, Peruvian bird, xvIII. Arthur, English social economist 855. 673.

and agriculturist, XXIV. 755. YEMAMAH, province, Arabia, II. 240, YNCAS, Empire of the, Peru, 1. 697; IV. Brigham, Mormon president, XXIV. 254. 17; XVIII. 677.

756; XVI. 826. YEMBO, or Yambo, town, Arabia, xxiv. YNIRIDA, river, South America, XVII. Charles Augustus, on the solar 727; XX. 316. 844.

corona, II. 788. YEMEN, country, Arabia, XXIV. 738; 11. | YOGA, system of Hindu philosophy, XXI. Edward, English poet, XXIV. 756; 237, 253, 255; XXIII. 653. 291.

his place in English literature, VIII. YENBO (Yambo), town, Arabia, xxiv. Yogis, Mohammedan mendicant order, 429. 727; XX. 316. XXII. 663

James, his experiments on paraffin YENIKALE, town, Russia, xiv. 52. YOHANAN B. NAPHA, Talmudic writer, oils, XVIII. 240. YENIPAZAR (Novibazar), town, Bosnia, XXIII. 37.

Thomas, Puritan divine, XVI. 328; XVII. 608.

YOH-CHOW Fu, town, China, XXIV. as Milton's tutor, xvi. 324. YENISEI, river, Siberia, XXII. 5; XXIV. 744.

Thomas, English scientist and 742.

YOJOA, Lake of, Honduras, XII. 130. archæologist, xxiv. 756; on the func

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tions of the blood organs, xxiv. 97; | YURUARI, territory, Venezuela, xxiv. ZAKARIYA, Abu, prince of Tunis, XXIII. on capillary phenomena, V. 57; on the 140.

621. theory of light and colours, xiv. 606; YURUNG Kush, town, Turkestan, xiv. ZAKASPIYSKAYA OBLAST, region, Russia, on the theory of tides, 11. 762. 67.

XXIII. 511. YOUNG'S MODULUS, of stress and longi- YUSHAMIN, Mandæan divine spirit, xv. ZAKATALY, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, tudinal strain, vii. 805; XXII. 595. 468.

XXIII. 514. YOUNGSTOWN, town, Ohio, U.S.A., YUSTE, monastery, Spain, place of re- ZAKHURIANS, Caucasian tribe, xiv. 475. XXIV. 757

tirement of Charles V., V. 417. ZAKI, Persian chief, xvIII. 644. YOUROUKS, people, Asia Minor, 11. 712. YUSUF AL-KINDI, Abu, Arabian philo- ZAKONIK, Servian code of laws, xxi. YOUTH, Period of, xv. 778.

sopher, 1. 578.

690. YOVANOVICH, Peter, Servian poet, XXI. YUSUF B. TASHUFIN, Moorish general ZAKRZEWSKI, Vincent, Polish historian, 691. in Spain, XXII. 316; I. 595; XIX. 539.

XIX. 305. YPRES, town, Belgium, xxiv. 757. YUSUFZAIS, Afghan clan, I. 235. ZALESKI, Bogdan Joseph, poet of the YPSILANTI, voivodes of Moldavia, xxi. YUTES, people, Turkestan, XXIII. 639. Ukraine, XIX. 304.

YVERDON, town, Switzerland, XVII. ZALEUCUS, legislator of Italian Locri, YRIARTE (Iriarte), Tomas de, Spanish 361; XXIV. 115.

XIV. 764. poet, XIII. 275.

YVETOT, town, France, xxiv. 760. ZALUSKI, Andrew Chrysostom, Polish YRNERIUS (Irnerius), Italian jurist, | Yvon, Peter, French Labadist, XIV. 163. writer, xix. 302. XIII. 277 YZER, river, Belgium, III. 515.

- Joseph Andrew, Polish writer, YSABEL, island, South Pacific, XXII.

XIX. 302. 252.

ZAMA, North Africa, Battle of (202 B.C.), YSAIE LE TRISTE, romance, xx. 648.

Z, the twenty-sixth letter of the XI. 444; XV. 609; XX. 750; XXI. 467. YSEULT, Isolde, or Isolt, in Arthurian 'alphabet, XXIV. 761.

ZAMBAK, Arabian jasmine, XIII. 595. romance, XX. 647; X. 854; XXIV. 315. ZAANDAM, town, Holland, xxiv. 761. ZAMBECCARI, Count, his balloon, I. 189, Yssel, river, Holland, xii. 63; xx. ZABAD, Syria, Inscription of, xxi. 651. 191. 519.

ZABAIKALSKAYA OBLAST, province, ZAMBESI, or Zambeze, river, Africa, YTTERBIUM, Spectrum of, XXII. 376. Siberia, XXIII. 509.

XXIV. 765; I. 250; exploration of, by YTTRIUM, chemical element, XXIV. 757; ZABDICENE, ancient district, Asia, xiv. Livingstone, I. 247; XIV. 720; mouth V. 543; XIV. 292; spectrum of, xxII. 159.

of, XVII. 7; languages of people on, 376.

ZABIANS, or Sabians (q.v.), Oriental XXIV. 828. YTTROCERITE, mineral, xvi. 383.

sect, XXI. 128.

ZAMBO, ZAMBO PRETO, Negro and InYTTROILMENITE, mineral, xvi. 428. ZABIELIN, Russian historian, xxi. 108. dian half-breeds, XVII. 319. YTTROTANTALITE, mineral, xvi. 427. ZACATECAS, state and town, Mexico, ZAMINDARI, land tenure, India, XV. 186; YTTROTITANITE, mineral, xvi. 426. XXIV. 761; XVI. 214.

in Madras presidency, XII. 770, 803; in YTURBIDE, Augustin de, emperor of Zach, Franz Xaver, Austrian astrono North-Western Provinces, XVII. 573. Mexico, XIII. 518; XVI. 219.

mer, XXIV. 761.

ZAMORA, province and town, Spain, Yu, early ruler of China, v. 643. ZACHARIAE VON LINGENTHAL, Karl XXIV. 766. YUCATAN, region, Central America, Salomo, German jurist, xxiv. 762.

state, Venezuela, xxiv. 140. XXIV. 757; antiquities of, 1. 693; | ZACHARIAS, St, pope, xxiv. 763; xix. ZAMORANO, Roderico, Spanish geoarchitectural ruins in, II. 450. 495.

grapher, XVII. 253. state, Mexico, XVI. 214.

RHETOR, Syriac writer, xxII. ZAMR-AL-KEBIR, musical instrument, YUCCA, plant, xxiv. 760; XII. 253; 835.

XVII. 706. XVII. 401.

ZACYNTHUS (Zante, q.v.), island, Greece, ZAMZAM, well, at Mecca, xv. 673. YUECHI, ancient people, Central Asia, XXIV. 767.

ZANAHARY, Malagasy divinity, xv. 173. XVIII. 101, 592, 594, 600.

ZADOKITES (Sadducees, q.v.), Jewish ZANCARA, river, Spain, XXII. 295. YUG, river, Russia, xxiv. 283.

sect, XXI. 142.

ZANCLE (Messina), ancient town, Sicily, YUKON, river, Alaska, North America, ZADONSK, town, Russia, XXIV. 298.

XVI. 57 1. 444; XVIII. 116.

ZADONSTCHINA, Russian prose-poem, ZAND-AVESTA, or Zend-Avesta (q.v.), YULE, or Christmas, V. 704.

XXI. 104.

sacred book of Zoroastrianism, XVIII. YUMAS, American Indians, XII. 827. ZAFARINES, islands, Morocco, XVI. 830. 327. YUNGIA, genus of planarian worms, ZAFFRE, mineral, vi. 82.

ZANDER, fish, xix. 89. XIX. 174.

ZAGOSKIN, Russian historian, XXI. 108. ZANDEY (Niam-Niam), people, Central YUNG-LO, Chinese emperor, XVII. 172.

Russian novelist, XXI. 107.

Africa, XVII. 319, 473. YUN-HO, Grand Canal of China, v. 631. ZAGRAB (Agram), town, Austria, 1. 287; ZANES, images of Zeus, at Olympia, YUN-NAN, province, China, v. 640. VI. 592; XXII. 852.

Greece, XVII. 769. YUN-NAN FU, town, China, xxiv. 760. | ZAGREUS, of Greek legend, vii. 249. ZANESVILLE, town, Ohio, U.S.A., XXIV. YUNOS of Cairo, astronomer, XXIII. ZAGRUS, mountain chain, Kurdistan, 767. 562.

XIV. 156.

ZANGAROMA, suburb of Nicastro, YUNQUE, El, mountain, Porto Rico, xix. ZAHIR BILLAH, caliph, xvi. 588.

Italy, XVII. 480. 532.

ZAID, collector of the Koran, xvi. 604. ZANGEMEISTER AND WATTENBACH, YUNX (misspelling of lynx), genus of B. ALI, pretender to the caliphate, their specimens of Latin writing, birds, xxiv. 698. XVI. 575.

XVIII. 152. YURAKS, people, Russia, XXI. 251. ZAIRE (Congo), river, Africa, XXIV. 763; ZANGUEBAR (Zanzibar, q.v.), East YUREZAN, town, Russia, XXIII. 717. 1. 254; exploration of, X. 192.

Africa, XXIV. 767. YURIEFF (Dorpat), town, Russia, vii. ZAISAN, Lake, Siberia, xxi. 639. ZANJAN, town, Persia, xvIII. 628. 369.

ZAITAH, or Zautha, town, Mesopotamia, ZANNONE, island, Pontian group, Italy, POLSKIY, town, Russia, xxiv. 271. XVI. 48.

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ZANTE, island, Greece, xxiv. 767; XIII. | ZEBEDEE, Sons of, apostles James and XXIV. 780; battle of (1697), vill. 660; 205; town, XXIV. 767. John, XIII. 552.

XXIII. 646. ZANZALUS, Jacobus, Eastern monk, ZEBI, Sabbathai, leader of Jewish sect, | ZEOLITES, group of minerals, XVI. 420; XIII. 539. XIII. 681.

X. 228; deposits of, in Pacific Ocean, ZANZIBAR, country, East Africa, xxiv. ZEBRA, ungulate mammal, xxiv. 772;

XVIII. 125. 767; I. 270; XXII. 729; languages of, XII. 175.

ZEPHANIAH, Old Testament prophet, XXIV. 828; town, XXIV. 769.

ZEBULON, tribe of Israel, xxiv. 772. XXIV. 780; XIII. 415. ZAPOLYA, John, voivode of Transylvania Plain of, Palestine, xvIII. 171.

ZEPHAROVICHITE, mineral, XVI. 405. and ruler of Hungary, III. 124; XII. ZEBUS, humped Indian cattle, V. 246. ZEPHYRINUS, St, pope, XXIV. 781; XIX. 369; XXIII. 522, 643. ZECHARIAH, Old Testament prophet,

489. -, Sigismund, Hungarian pretender, XXIV. 773; XIII. 418.

ZEPHYRUS, of Greek legend, xxiv. 781. XXIII. 643.

ZEDLER, Johann Heinrich, his universal ZERAF, Bahr al, branch of Nile, Africa, ZAPORNIA, genus of birds, XX. 223. lexicon, vill. 196.

XVII. 506. ZAPOROGIANS, division of Russian | ZEGZEG, town, Sokoto, Africa, xxII. ZERAFSHAN, province, Russian TurkeCossacks, Vi. 448. 279.

stan, XXIV. 781. ZAPPI, Felice, Italian writer, XIII. 511. ZEHNGERICHTENBUND, Swiss league, river, Russian Turkestan, xxiv. ZAPSKOVIE, suburbs of Pskoff, Russia,

XI. 205.

781. XX. 36.

ZEILA, town, North-East Africa, I. 271. ZERAIM, part of Mishnah, XVI. 505. ZARA, town, Austria, xxiv. 769; con ZEITZ, town, Prussia, xxiv. 775. ZERBIS, Gabriel de, on anatomy, I. 806.

quest of, by the Crusaders (1202), ZEKHA-ISHO, Syriac writer, XXII. 838. ZERBST, town, Germany, xxiv. 782. VI. 629.

ZELA, town, Asia Minor, XIX. 459. ZERGHAT, part of Chhindwara district, ZARAGOZA, or Saragossa, province, ZELLE (Celle), town, Prussia, xxiv. 775. India, v. 608.

Spain, xxiv. 769; town, xxiv. 770; ZELLER, Eduard, on scepticism, xxi. Zero, in mathematics, XIII. 14.
XXII. 307
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as numeral, xvII. 626.
ZARAH Hollow, land depression, ZEMLYANOY-GOROD, quarter of Moscow, ZERUBBABEL, of Scripture, XI. 370;
Persia, XXII. 101.
Russia, xvi. 858.

XXIV. 773; temple of, at Jerusalem, ZARAISK, town, Russia, XXI. 116. ZEMLYANSK, town, Russia, XXIV. 298. XXIII, 167. ZARANGIANA, Parthian kingdom, xvIII. ZEMSTVO, assembly, Russia, XXI. 70; of ZETA, river, Montenegro, XVI. 780. 592.

Vyatka, XXIV. 303.

ZETHUS, Tomb of, at Thebes, Greece, ZARATE, Fernando de, the question of ZEN, tree, XXIII. 620.

XXIII. 230. his identity with Enriquez Gomez, ZEND, language of Zend-Avesta, xvIII. ZEUGITANA, valley, North Africa, XXIII. VIII. 450. 653; dictionaries of, vii. 190.

619. ZARATHUSTRA, Zoroaster (q.v.), ZEND-AVESTA, Zoroastrian religious ZEUGLODON, genus of fossil cetaceans, founder of Zoroastrianism, XVIII. book, xxiv. 775; XVIII. 327, 653; on

XV. 395. 325.

caste, V. 192; language of, xviii. 134; | ZEUGMA, town, Syria, Coins of, XVII. ZARATHUSTRIANISM, or Zoroastrianism dictionaries of language of, vii. 190; 649

(q.v.), Oriental religion, XX. 360. translation of, by Anquetil du Perron, ZEULENRODA, town, Germany, xx. ZARATITE, mineral, XVI. 399.

493. ZARATO (Morto da Feltre), Italian ZENESQUALI, river, Caucasus, V. 253. ZEUNERITE, mineral, xvi. 407. painter, ix. 69.

ZENGHI-ATA, shrine, Tashkend, Asia, ZEUNER'S SLIDE-VALVE, for steamZARHUN, town, Morocco, XVI. 834.

XXIII. 72.

engine, XXII. 502. ZARIASPA, or Bactra (Balkh), town, | ZENI, The, their map of northern lati- ZEUS, Greek deity (the Roman Jupiter), Afghanistan, III. 282; I. 243. tudes, XIX. 316.

XXIV. 782; XIII. 779; XVII. 138, 154; ZARLINO, Gioseffe or Giuseppe (Zarlinus ZENITH, in astronomy and geography, XXIII. 238; myths of, xvII. 136, 154; Clodiensis), Italian musical theorist, 11. 764; X. 198.

altar to, at Pergamum, xvIII. 527; XXIV. 770; XVII. 86.

- SECTOR, Airy's, VII. 600.

temple of, at Athens, Ill. 2; temple, at ZARNI, town, Afghanistan, I. 231.

TELESCOPE, X. 167.

Olympia, XVII. 768; temple, at Selinus, ZARTA, town, Albania, 11. 639.

ZENNOR, cromlech, Cornwall, England, XXI. 634. ZASLAVL, town, Russia, xxiv. 282.

ZEUXIS, Greek painter, xxiv. 783; II. ZAUBERFLÖTE, opera by Mozart, xvii. | ZENO, Byzantine emperor, xxiv. 778. 363; XVII. 41; XVIII. 321.

of Citium, Stoic philosopher, XXII. ZEYBEKS, people, Asia Minor, 11. 712; ZAUDZI, island, Comores, Africa, VI. 561.

V. 102.

of Elea, Greek philosopher, xxiv. ZEYER, Bohemian poet, XXII. 152. ZAUTHA, or Zaitah, town, Mesopotamia, 778; VIII. 2.

ZEZERE, river, Portugal, XXIII. 21. XVI. 48.

- Antonio, Arctic explorer, XIX. ZHABLIAK, town, Montenegro, XVI. ZAVIHOST, town, Poland, XX. 218.

781. ZAVOLJIE, district, Russia, xvII. 501.

Antonio, Venetian admiral, xxiv. ZHITOMIR, town, Russia, XXIV. 784. ZAYTON (Chinchew), town, China, v. 147.

ZHUKOVSKI, Vasili A., Russian poet, 673.

Carlo, Venetian admiral, xxiv.

XXI. 107 ZAZA, Kurdish dialect, xiv. 157.

144.

ZIANI, Sebastiano, doge of Venice, xxiv. ZEA (Ceos), island, Greece, v. 343.

Caterino, Italian traveller, X. 179; 142. - genus of plants, xv. 309.

Venetian envoy to Persia, XVIII. ZIBEBU, Zulu chief, xxiv. 829. ZEAGONITE, mineral, xvi. 423.

633.

ZIBETH (Civet), carnivorous mammal, ZEALAND, island, Denmark, xxiv. 771; Niccolo, Arctic explorer, XIX. 316. V. 796. VII. 83.

ZENOBIA, queen of Palmyra, xIv. 864; Zichy LAND, Arctic regions, its disprovince, Holland, xxiv. 771. XVIII. 201; X.. 776.

covery, XIX. 324. ZEALOTS, Jewish sect, XIII. 426.

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ZIDJE SABI, Albategni's work, 1. 449. ZIRCONIUM, chemical element, xxiv. | ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETIES, XXII. 225. ZIEGEN RÜCKEN, mountain, Germany, 789; V. 538.

ZOOLOGY, XXIV. 799; II. 49. XX. 552.

ZIRITES, Empire of the, in Tunis, xxIII. ZOOPHORUS, in architecture, II. 475ZIENKIEWICZ, Reginald, Polish writer, 620.

ZOOSPORES, reproductive organs in XIX. 304.

ZISKA, John, Hussite leader, XXIV. 790; plants, XX. 423. ZIGALGA, mountain, Russia, XXIV. 4

XII. 407

ZOOXANTHELLA, genus of parasitic Zihl, river, Switzerland, xvii. 361. ZITTAU, town, Saxony, xxiv. 790.

Algæ, xix. 852. ZIJ, Persian astronomical tables, XVII. | ZIYAD, brother of caliph Moawiya I., ZOPF, W., his researches on Schizomy771. XVI. 566.

cetes, XXI. 399. ZIKR, dervishes chant, VII. 114. Ziza, Palermo, Sicily, Catacombs of, v. | ZORGITE, mineral, xvi. 391. Zilis, town, North Africa, xv. 637.

331.

ZORILLA, José, Spanish poet and dramaZILLAH, wife of Lamech of Scripture, Zizitz, Jewish prayer-fringe, xix. 1. tist, XXII. 361. 238.

ZIZKA, John, Hussite leader, xxiv. 790; ZORNDORF, Prussia, Battle of (1758), ZIMB, or Tsetse (q.v.), fly, XXIII. 601;

XII. 407.

III. 128; XXI. 99. VII. 256.

ZIZYPHUS, genus of plants, XIII. 767. ZOROASTER, founder of Zoroastrianism, ZIMISCES, John I., Greek emperor, XIII. ZLATOUST, town, Russia, XXIV. 790; XXIV. 820; XVIII. 325. 712.

XXIII. 717.

ZOROASTRIANISM,

Oriental religion, ZIMMÉ, Shan state, Burmah, XXI. 773. ZLOTOPOL, town, Russia, xiv. 69.

XXIV. 822; XVIII. 607; XX. 360; ZIMMERMANN, Johann Georg, Swiss ZMEINOGORSK, town, Russia in Asia, sacred book of, xxiv. 775; XVIII. 653; philosopher and physician, xxiv. 784; XXII. II; XXIII. 439.

language of the sacred book, XVIII. X. 535; XXII. 798.

ZNAIM, or Znaym, town, Moravia, xxiv. 134. Karl, of Darmstadt, German 790.

ZORRIMO, Patagonian skunk, XVIII. evangelical preacher, XI. 335. ZOAN, ancient town, Egypt, VII. 769. 353. ZIMOCCA SPONGE, XXII. 423, 428. ZOANTHARIA, order of corals, VI. 369. ZORRO, Patagonian fox, xvIII. 353. ZIMOROWICZ, Polish poet, XIX. 301. ZOBAAH, whirlwind of sand, Egypt, vii. ZOSIMUS, or Zozimus, bishop of Rome, ZINC, metal, XXIV. 784; XVI. 382; as 703.

XXIV. 824; XIX. 491; his attitude in chemical element, v. 526, 573; cyanide ZOBAH, ancient state, Syria, XXII. 822. the Pelagian controversy, xvIII. 472. of, xx. 23; boiling point of, XX. 134; ZOBAIR B. BAKKAR, Arab historian, Greek historian, XXIV. 823. ores of, xvi. 58; dressing of ores, XVI. XXIII. 3.

the Theban, his chemical dis465; salts of, as poisons, XIX. 278; ZÖBLITZ, Saxony, Serpentine rock of, coveries, I. 462. strength of, xxii. 603; deposits of, in XXI. 683.

ZOSTEROPS, bird, xxiv. 824. Silesia, XXII. 53; production of, XVI. ZODIAC, XXIV. 791; astrological meaning ZOUAVES, of French army, origin of the 467; production in England, VIII. 229; of, 11. 740; signs of, 11. 771; Dupuis's

name, XIII. 815. production in United States, XXIII. theory of signs of, vii. 550; Egyptian ZOUCH, Richard, English jurist, xxiv. 817. zodiacs, VII. 78.

824. - WHITE, pigment, xix. 86. ZODIACAL LIGHT, XXIV. 796; 11. 790.

ZOUTPANSBERG, mountains, South ZINCITE, mineral, xvi. 385.

ZOE, wife of Michael IV., Byzantine Africa, XXIII. 517. ZINCKE, German economist, XIX. 363.

emperor, XVI. 226.

ZOZIMUS, or Zosimus (q.v.), bishop of ZINCKEN, musical instrument, xxiv. ZOEA, stage in development of Crustacca, Rome, XXIV. 824. 787.

VI. 644.

ZRINYI, Count, defender of Cziget, HunZINCKENITE, mineral, xvi. 394.

ZOELLNER'S FIGURE, in optics, vill. gary (1566), XXIII. 644. ZINCOGRAPHY, XIV. 699; in map-print 827.

ZSCHOKKE, Johann Heinrich Daniel, ing, XXII. 715.

ZOGHAWAS, tribe, Central Africa, XXIII. German writer, xxiv. 824. ZINCOTYPES, in printing, XXIII. 704. 334.

ZUBSTOFF, town, Russia, xxIII. 672. Zincz, religious rite of Lithuanians, Xiv. ZOHAIR, Arabic poet, XVI. 537.

ZUCCARO, or Zucchero, Federigo, Italian 701.

ZOHAR, sacred book of the Kabbalah, I. painter, XXIV. 825. ZINDEH-RUD, river, Persia, XIII. 394. 463; XII. 813.

Taddeo, Italian painter, XXIV. ZINGARIS, or Gipsies (q.v.), X. 612.

Midrash, xvi. 286.

825. ZINGARO, LO (Antonio Solario), Nea- ZOHARITES, Jewish sect, XIII. 681. ZUCCHI, Antonio, Venetian artist, xiv. politan painter, XXII. 249. ZOISITE, mineral, xvi. 409.

16. ZINGIBER, genus of plants, x. 603. ZÖLLNER, Johann Carl Friedrich, Ger- Zug, canton, Switzerland, xxiv. 826; ZINKEN, or Zincken, musical instru man astronomer and physicist, xxiv. XXII. 783; town, XXIV. 826. ment, XXIV. 787.

798; his figure in optics, viii. 827; Lake of, Switzerland, XXII. 777. ZINN, John Godfrey, German anatomist, on the light of the moon, 11. 802; on ZUGUR, island, Red Sea, xx. 316. 1. 814.

uranometry, xvIII. 841.

ZULA (Zulla), town, Red Sea, Africa, ZINNIA, garden annual, XII. 249. ZOLLVEREIN, German customs union, XXIV. 826. ZINNWALDITE, mineral, xvi. 413.

X. 455, 505.

ZULALI, Persian romance-writer, XVIII. ZINZENDORF, Count of, leader of the ZOLOTONOSHA, town, Russia,

660. Moravian Brethren, xxiv. 788; XVI. 410.

ZULLA, town, on Red Sea, Africa, xxiv. 812; XXII. 368; as writer, X. 534; | ZOMBOR, town, Hungary, xxiv. 798. 826. hymns by, XII. 588.

ZONARAS, Joannes, Byzantine historian ZÜLPICH, Prussia, Battle of (496), X. Zion, hill, Jerusalem, XIII. 639. See and theologian, XXIV. 798.,

476. also article Temple. ZONES, climatic, Vi. 2.

ZULU-KAFFRES, group of people, South ZIPHIUS, genus of cetacean mammals, of crystals, XVI. 352.

Africa, xvII. 319; of the Transvaal, XV. 396.

ZOOGLA, in development of Schizomy XXIII. 518. ZIRCON, mineral, x. 228; XVI. 390; as cetes, XXI. 401, 402

ZULULAND, territory, South Africa, precious stone, XIII. 532. ZOOLOGICAL REGIONS, VII. 269.

xxiv. 827.

XIX.

ZULU LANGUAGE, xxiv. 827; diction- | ZUPO, Piz, mountain, North Italy, xxiv. ZWEIBRÜCKEN, town, Bavaria, VII. aries of, vii. 192. 45.

134. ZULUS, race of people, South Africa, ZURBARAN, Francisco, Spanish painter, ZWICKAU, town, Saxony, xxiv. 831. XXIV. 828; XIII. 818; myths of, XVII. XXIV. 829; XXI. 440, 443.

ZWIESELITE, mineral, xvi. 408. 147.

ZURICH, or Zürich, canton, Switzerland, ZWINGLI, Huldreich, Swiss Reformer, ZUMALACARREGUI, Tomas,

Carlist XXIV. 829; XXII. 781, 783, 790; XXIV. 832; xv. 81; XX. 331; XXII. general, Spain, XXII. 346.

Zwingli's Reformation movement in, 790; on the Anabaptists, 111. 353; on ZUMBO, town, on Zambesi river, Africa, XXIV. 833.

church order, xix. 676. XXIV. 765.

town, Switzerland, XXIV. 830; ZWOLLE, town, Holland, xxiv. 834; ZUMMARAH, musical instrument, XVII. XXII. 783; observatory at, XVII. 713; XVIII. 78. 707.

university, XXIII. 851; treaty of ZYENKOFF, town, Poltava, Russia, XIX. ZUMPE, Johann, pianoforte mechanician, (1859), IX. 625.

410. XIX. 72.

Lake of, Switzerland, xiv. 220; ZYGÆNA, genus of sharks, XXI. 776. ZUNDERERZ, mineral, xvi. 388.

XXII. 777

ZYGOBRANCHIA, order of Mollusca, XVI. ZUNIS, American-Indian tribe, XII. 827; ZURITA, Geronimo de, Spanish historian, 645. totem sacrifices among, XXIII. 471.

XXII. 359.

ZYGOSPOREÆ, group of plants, III. 693. ZUNJUN, or Zanjan, town, Persia, XVIII. ZUTPHEN, town, Guelderland, Holland, ZYMOTIC DISEASES, XXIV. 834. 628.

XXIV. 831.

ZYRIANOVSK, or Zyryanovsk, town, ZUNZ, Leopold, Jewish writer, XIII. 682. ZUYDER ZEE, Holland, XII. 60; XVII. Russia in Asia, XXII. II; XXIII. ZUPANS, Servian chiefs, XXI. 688.

563.

439.

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