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by Friedrich Adolph Ebert
van Abcoude, verbeterd en tot aan het Jaar 1787 vermeerderd door R. Arrenberg. Would that Weidmann's fair-catalogue, now completely unfit for use, might at last become what those French and Dutch patterns are. An edition in parts would be the best. NACHFOLGUNG Christi ...
by Benjamin Clough
срыва, Abcoude, s. border. армаде, Allamůayo. s. accident, chance, sur чада, АЬашЬаущ Ё prise. _ omiloíùed, Ahomòea, ad'. accidentally. qttoó, Ahora, s. food, victuals; road. :pend áes, Ahora Нм, pret. (cmd food, ás: Ива deed) the act of taking a meal. qmóapâsiebo, Aharalukl'á, ...
A compendious geographical dictionary, containing a concise description of the most remarkable places ... The third edition, etc (1804)
ABCOUDE, a village, about 9 miles from Amsterdam,on the rod to Utrecht. ABIJBVA. See Polystillo. ABDON, near Munslow, Shropshire. ABDOUA, or ABDOFA, a town of Pieskot} in W. Muscovy. ABDUA, or ADDUA. ABELLA. See Avella. AiiENHALL. See Abbenhall. ABENOW, a mountain of Suabia, in Germany , 23 miles from Friburg. It is .the source of the Danube, and gives name to achain of mountains, ...
A Compendious Geographical Dictionary, Containing, a Concise Description of the Most Remarkable Places, Ancient and Modern, in Europe, Asia, Africa, & America, Interspersed with Historical Anecdotes (1795)
To which are Added, a Chronological Table from the Creation to the Present Time; a Monthly List of All the Fixed Fairs in England and Wales; And, a Table of the Coins of the Various Nations, and Their Value in English Money. To the Whole is Prefixed, an Introduction, Exhibiting a View of the Newtonian System of the Planets, Etc
ABCOUDE, a village of the United Prowinces, in the territory of Utrecht; ...
Barclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1815)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)
ABCOUDE, a village of the Batavian Republic, in the department of Amslet, about 9 miles from Amsterdam, on the road to Utrecht. ABCOURT, a town near St. Germain, 4 leagues from Paris, famous for a brisk chalybeate water, impregnated with fixed air and fossil alkali, and similar to the waters of Spa and Ilmington. - - ABDARA, or ABDERA, in Grenada. See ADRA. ABDERA, anciently one of the most celebrated cities of Thrace, now called Polystillo, is but a small town of Romania, ...
ABCOUDE, a village, about nine miles from Amsterdam, on the road to Utrecht. ABCOURT, a town near St. Germain's, ...
Containing a Description of the Various Countries, Provinces, Cities, Towns Seas, Lakes, Rivers, Mountains, Capes, &c. in the Known World : with an Appendix, Containing an Account of the Monies, Weights, and Measures of Various Countries with Tables Illustrating the Population, Commerce, and Resources of the United States : Accompanied with an Atlas by Jedidiah Morse, Richard Cary Morse
Abcoude, t. Holland, 5 m. S. Amsterdam. .Abda, a prov. on the W. coast of Morocco, famous for its breed of horses. Pop. 500,000. - ilduna, a populous village of Syria, gov. of Aleppo. - 10 A B A A B D.
The New Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Containing a Description of All the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Cities, Towns, Forts, Seas, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, and Capes, in the Known World ... Together with an Atlas Containing Twenty-six Whole-sheet Maps By the Rev. Clement Cruttwell (1800)
by Clement Cruttwell
ABCOUDE, a town of the United Dutch States, between Amsterdam and Utrecht. _ ABDA, aprovince of the Empire of Morocco, on the West coast towards the Atlantic Ocean, between Cape Cautin and Mogadore. ABDULINA, a town os Russia, in the government of Upha, ...
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