Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New Plan, According to the Great Natural Divisions of the Globe; Accompanied with Analytical, Synoptical, and Elementary Tables, Bind 8

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Wells and Lilly, 1831
 

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Power of the Crown
62
MaaseykWertVenloo
63
VascongadesProvince of Guipuscoa
68
Old Castile
74
CataloniaJunquera
80
Falls of St MichaelRoad to Tarragona
84
Bull fights 91
91
King of Spain and the IndiesArsenal
94
Character of the InhabitantsChief Towns of the Districts
100
Province of Seville
106
EUROPE OONTINUED
138
First GermanyCeltic LanguageGovernment of the Celts
144
Burgundians and VisigothsFranks 150
150
French EmpirePiedmont united to the EmpirePart
157
EUROPE CONTINUED
163
ScheldtSommeOrneRanceVilaine
169
Ancient SandstoneSaline DepositsCalcareous rocks
175
Slate Stones for BuildingArgil Porcelain Flint Chalk
181
Height of the SoilPlants indigenous to France
187
SnailsMolluccæCrustaceaInsects
195
BastiaMarianaDepartment of the Var
202
Procession Corpus ChristiMarseilles
208
Briançon
214
Department of the ArdecheEtymology of the word Helvia
221
Domain of UbasVolcano of PrasancoupeLoubaresse 223 Domain of UbasVolcano of PrasancoupeLoubaresse
224
Chateauneuf de RandonLuc
230
Botanical GardenLunelCette
236
Department of AudeCastel Naudary
242
TarbesCampanCouterets
248
Department of Gironde
254
MarmandeTonneinsAgen
260
CahorsAncient privileges of the Bishop
269
Angouleme Confolans
275
Bourbon VendéeDepartment of Deux Sevres
281
AngersPont de Ce
287
CarnacLorientPortLouis
293
PloërmelPontivyDepartment of Finistere
294
DinanDepartment of Ille and Villaine
300
Department of SartheMamersMans
306
AmboiseChateauRenault
312
ChartresCollections
318
District of ChateauChinonNeversIndustry
324
Bourges
330
Antiquity of LimogesRochechouard
336
MuratDepartment of PuydeDome
342
PontduChateauClermontSquares
348
RiomAigues PerseThiers
355
EUROPE CONTINUED
357
Origin and Antiquity
363
TrevouxBourgenBresse Belley
369
MontbardDepartment of the Yonne
375
FougerollesSaint LoupLuxeuil
381
Salines
387
Saint Claude
390
NeufBrisachColmarDepartment of Lower Rhine
396
BitcheSarregue MinesThionville
402
Department of VosgesDomremy
408
Useful InstitutionsPontàMousson
414
MelunFontaineBleauNemours
434
Under Henry IIUnder Henry IVUnder Lewis XIV
502
193
506
EUROPE CONTINUED
510
Ancient inhabitantsAncient manners
516
Character of the NorwegiansDressManners of towns
522
Olimate
528
EUROPE CONTINUED
536
Agriculture_Climate
542
StockholmSurrounding country
548
CarlscronaCalmarUnion of Calmar
554
Ameliorations
560
Statistical Tables of the Swedish Monarchy 561 to
567
EUROPE CONTINUED
568
Dimensions of DenmarkClimateSeasons Vegetation
574
ArtistsGovernment 580581
580
Aspect of the Danish coastSound dutiesCopenhagen
586
Islands on the western coast İslands on the eastern coast
592
Duchy of LauenbourgLauenbourg
599
Belgium or the Netherlands
605
Lakes and marshesGeological constitution
611
ReligionCitiesAntwerp 617618
617
CourtrayFields of battle
623
ChurchesFountainsPopulation of the different quarters
629
Ancient CustomsSeptmoncel 389
630
MaaseykWertVenloo
633
SaintHubertBouillonArlonLuxemburg 635636
635
MountainsRivers
639
Gulfs or baysCanalsIslandsGeology 641 Gulfs or baysCanalsIslandsGeology
642
LeeuwardenHarlingenAssenKoevordenZwool
645
Amersford Islands of the ZuderzeeTexel
648
Amsterdam
651
Public buildings
654
The Rhine at Leyden
657
MiddlebourgFlushingBergenopzoomBoisleduc
662
Statistical Tables connected with the late Kingdom of
669
EUROPE CONTINUED
677
Isle of ManArranHebridesOrkneys
683
EUROPE CONTINUED
688
Ancient inhabitants
689
Plymouth
694
SussexChichesterArundelLewesHastingsBrighton
700
Municipal organizationView of the city
706
View of MiddlesexSurreyGuilfordBerkshireReading
712
CambridgeshireCambridgeUniversity of Cambridge
718
Foss DikeLincoln CathedralYorkshireYorkMinster
722
tains
728
DerbyshireDerby
734
ShropshireShrewsbury_WorcestershireKidderminster
740
PembrokeSt DavidsCardiganRadnorMontgomery
746
WigtonshirePort PatrickKirkcudbrightshireDumfries 748 WigtonshirePort PatrickKirkcudbrightshireDumfries
749
EducationIndustry TownsJedburgMelrose
755
CommerceStreetsEstablishments for Instruction
761
FalkirkCarronFoundries of CarronClackmannan
763
LairCromartyTainThe Hebrides or Western
769
Under Henry VIIIUnder Elizabeth Under James I
775
IndustryExportsNumber of Workmen
779
KildareKilkenny Province of MunsterLimerick
785
AnneHouse of BrunswickGeorge III
791
Character of the Inhabitants of the British IslesEnglish
797

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Side 746 - Streams on the ruined central tower ; When buttress and buttress, alternately, Seem framed of ebon and ivory ; When silver edges the imagery, And the scrolls that teach thee to live and die; When distant Tweed is heard to rave, And the owlet to hoot o'er die dead man's grave ; Then go — but go alone the while — Then view St. David's ruined pile ; And, home returning, soothly swear, Was never scene so sad and fair ! II.
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Side 746 - ... buttress and buttress, alternately, Seem framed of ebon and ivory ; When silver edges the imagery, And the scrolls that teach thee to live and die ; When distant Tweed is heard to rave, And the owlet to hoot o'er the dead man's grave, Then go— but go alone the while — Then view St. David's ruined pile ; And, home' returning, soothly swear, Was never scene so sad and fair ! II.
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Side 263 - We have had occasion to observe the mild climate, the romantic sites, and the remains of Roman power in the twenty-eight departments that form the southern region of France. The inhabitants, it has been seen, are favoured by nature ; the different productions are admirably suited for their country ; with the ^exception of the mountains, the soil is every-where fruitful. But if the population be compared with the surface, it will be found that the result accords 'ill with the natural advantages of...
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Side 263 - ... 3,899 222,700 57 4,297 1,333,500 310 5,626 1,043,500 185 portant lesson from the same fact ; it may thus be taught to appreciate the elements of its wealth and power. Thirteen departments make up the western region ; the population relatively to the surface is greater than...
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Side 610 - ... revenues belonging to it were confiscated ; its ancient form of government was abolished ; the nomination of its magistrates was vested for the future in the Emperor and his successors ; a new system of laws and political administration was prescribed...
Side 809 - Manufactures in every branch 114,230,000 Inland Trade in all its branches 31,500,000 Foreign Commerce and Shipping 46,373,748 Coasting Trade 2,000,000 Fisheries, exclusive of the Colonial Fisheries of Newfoundland . , 2,100,000 Chartered and Private Bankers 3,500,000 Foreign Income remitted 5,000.000 — 430,521,372 British and Conquered Colonies and Dependencies.

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