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Elements of Useful Knowledge: Containing a Historical and Geographical ... - Page 85
by Noah Webster - 1806 - 294 pages
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Russia

Josiah Conder - Russia - 1825 - 338 pages
...years ago ; but it has been in a great measure rebuilt in a more substantial and regular manner. It is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a university. Its population is estimated at 40,000, of whom 12,000 are Tatars, who dwell in the suburbs. The Kazan...
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Universal Geography: Containing the description of America and adjacent islands

Conrad Malte-Brun - Geography - 1826
...earthquakes. Guatimala is the capital both of the province and king- Townę. dom of that name ; and is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a University. The ancient city was destroyed on the 7th June 1777, by one of the most tremendous earthquakes of which...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

Geography - 1832 - 799 pages
...province is filled with volcanoes, and exceedingly subject to earthquakes. Guatemala is the capital, and is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a University. The ancient city was destroyed on the ?lh June, 1777, by one of the most tremendous earthquakes of...
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Dictionary of Geography, Ancient and Modern ... with a Brief Notice of ...

Josiah Conder - Gazetteers - 1834 - 724 pages
...century. It is situated on the river Sala, in the province of Upland, 35 miles N. of Stockholm. It is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a university, founded in the fifteenth century. The kings of Sweden are still crowned in its ancient cathedral. The...
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A dictionary of geography, ancient and modern

Josiah Conder - Geography - 1834 - 724 pages
...century. It is situated on the river Sala, in the province of Upland, 35 miles N. of Stockholm. It is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a university, founded in the fifteenth century. The kings of Sweden are still crowned in its ancient cathedral. The...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1839 - 799 pages
...province is filled with volcanoes, and exceedingly subject to earthquakes. Guatemala is the capital, and is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a University. The ancient city was destroyed on the 7th June, 1777, by one of the most tremendous earthquakes of...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1839 - 799 pages
...province is filled with volcanoes, and exceedingly subject to earthquakes. Guatemala is the capital, and is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a University. The ancient citv was destroyed on the 7th June, 1777, by one of the most tremendous earthquakes of...
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A Universal Pronouncing Gazetteer: Containing Topographical, Statistical ...

Thomas Baldwin - Geography - 1846 - 648 pages
...summit of the palace is the observatory where Piazzi discovered, in 1001, the planet Ceres. Palermo is the see of an archbishop ; and the seat of a university, founded in 1447, and attended by about 600 students, with a library of 40,000 volumes. Panorrnus appears...
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A General Gazetteer, Or Compendious Geographical Dictionary

Richard Brookes - 1849
...whole of Piedmont and Sardinia, it must necessarily continue a place of considerable importance. Genoa is the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a university with a valuable library, a nautical and other public schools; has several manufactures of silks and...
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A system of modern geography. To which are added treatises on astronomy and ...

Hugo Reid - 1852
...and James II. 'in 1690. DUBLIN. — DUBLIN, at the mouth of the Liffey, the metropolis of Ireland, the see of an archbishop, and the seat of a university — it is distinguished for its public buildings, and is regarded as one of the finest cities in Europe; Kingstown,...
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