Brookes Universal Gazetteer (1850) Page 279 Right Column

Brookes’ Universal Gazetteer (1850), Page  279  Right Column
Click here for an enlargement.


KEYWORDS:

    Cronberg
White Elsner River (main entry)
    Black Elsner River
    Upper Saxony
    Franconia
    Saal River
    Leipzig (directional)
    French
    Black Elster River
    Spree, Upper Lusatia
    Elbe River
    Saxony
Elsterberg (main entry)
    White Elster River
    Plauen (directional)
Elsterwerda, Misnia, Upper Saxony (main entry)
    Black Elster River
Eltham, Kent, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Edward II
    John of Eltham
    London bridge (directional)
Elvas, Alemtejo, Portugal (main entry)
    Moorish
    French
    Guadiana River
    Badajos (directional)
    Lisbon (directional)
Elvira, Union County, Illinois, United States (main entry)
Elwangen, Suabia (main entry)
    Franconia
    Jaxt River
    Nordlingen (directional)
Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Ouse River
    Lynn
    Isle of Ely
    Cambridge (directional)
    London (directional)
Ely, Fifeshire, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Elie (synonym for Ely, Fifeshire, United Kingdom)
    North Berwick
    Frith of Forth
Elyon, Jefferson County, Alabama, United States (main entry)
Elyria, Lorrain County, Ohio, United States (main entry)
Elza, Hildesheim, Lower Saxony (main entry)
    Leine River
    Hildesheim (directional)
    Hanover (directional)
Emanuel County, Georgia, United States (main entry)
    Swainsborough, Emanuel County, Georgia, United States
Emboly, Macedonia, European Turkey (main entry)
    Jemboli (synonym for Emboly, Macedonia, European Turkey)
    Amphipolis (synonym for Emboly, Macedonia, European Turkey)
    Christopolis (synonym for Emboly, Macedonia, European Turkey)
    Strumona River
    Gulf of Contessa
Embden, Somerset County, Maine, United States (main entry)
Embrun, Hautes-Alpes, France (main entry)
    Louis XIV
    Durance River
    Gap (directional)
Page 279 Left column ... Page 280 Left column
Brookes’ Universal Gazetteer of the World (1850)
Reference Home Page