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jevo. Black'ford.

Bos'ni-a (called Bos'nå by the Turks). Blā'den.

Bos'po-rus, commonly, but incorrectly, writ-
Blanc, Mount (Fr. Mont Blanc, món blån). teni Bosphorus.
Blan'co.

Bos'rah or Bozrah. See Bassora.
Blank'en-burg (Ger. pron. blånk'en-bõõrg'). Bostan, bos'tån', t. of Asiatic Turkey.
Blanquilla, blång-keel'yả, i. of W. Indies. Bos'teng', l. of Central Asia.
Blas, St., sent blass, cape of Florida.

Bos'ton.
Blas, St. (Mexico). See San Blas.

Bota-ny Bay. Bled'sõe.

Botetourt, bot'e-turt.
Blei'berg (Ger. pron. bli'béRG).

Both'ni-a.
Blenheim, blen'im (Ger. pron. blen'hime). Bot'zen (It. Bolzano, bol-zå'no).
Blois, bloi, or, more correctly, blwå.

Bouches du Rhône, boosh dü róne, or Mouths Boa Vista, bo'å vees'tå, t. of Brazil.

of the Rhone. Bo'ber.

Boulogne, boo-lone' (Fr. pron. boo'loñ'). Bocage, bo'kåzh'.

Bourbon, boor'bun (Fr. pron. bour DON') Bochna, bok'nå, t. of Austria.

Bourbon, (Ky.), bur'bun. Bouf, hef (Fr. pron, almost bůf).

Bourbon Lancy, booR'DON' lan'se', Boden-See, bo'den-sa'. See Constance, Lake. Bourbon L'Archambault, booR'bÔN' lar'shảm Bod'min. .

bö'.. Bodrog', 1. of Hungary.

Bourbon Vendée, boor'bỏn' vånda'. Boduayn, bo-doo-ane', t. of Birma.

Bourdeaux, booR do', now commonly written Bog, sometimes written Boug, boog.

Bordeaux. Boglio, bole'yo..

Bourbonnes-les-Bains, boon'bỏnn-là-bN' Bo'gli-poor'.'.

Bourg, boor.
Bogota, bo-go-tå', or Santa Fe de Bogota. . Bourgas. See Boorgas.
Bo-he'mi-a°(Ger. Böhmen, or Boehmen, Bourges, boorzh.
bö'mện). .

Bourgogne, boor goñ'. See Burgundy.
Boisée, boisà', 7. and fort of Oregon.

Bouroun. See Booroon. Buis-le-Duc, bwå-leh-dük'.

Boursa or Boorsa. See Bursa. Boj-a-dor' (Port. pron. bozh-à-dore').

Boussa, boo'są. See Boossa. Bokhara, bo-kå'ră, or Bucharia, bu-kå're-a. Bowdoin, bo'den (College). Bolbec'.

*Bowie, boo'e. Bo'lee; written, also, Boli.

Boyne, boin, r. of Ireland. Bo-liv'i-a (Sp. pron. bo-lee've-å).

Bozzolo, bot'so-lo, t. of N. Italy. Bologna, bo-lone'yå.

Brabant, brå'bant. Bolsena, bol-så'na.

Brack'en. Böllton-le-Moors.

Brad'ford. Bolzano, bol-zå'no. See Botzen. .

Bradley, brad'le. Bom-bay'.

Braga, brå/gå. Bom'be-tok', bay of Madagascar. . Brahilov or Brahilow, brå'hee'lov', or BraiBo'ną, t. of Algeria

low, brå-ee-lov'; called, also, Ibrail, ee-brå*Bo-nair' (Sp. Buen Ayre, bwen I'rå).

eel', t. of Wallachia. Bo'na-ven-tu'ra. See Buena Ventura.

Brah'mą. See Birma. * Bo'na Vis'ta or Bo'a Vis'ta.

Brah'mą-poot'rą or Burrampooter.

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Bussorah. See Bassora. Brix'en, t. of Austria.

Butler. Brixham, brix'um.

Butow, boo'tov, t. of Prussia. Brock'en.

Bu-trin'to or boo-trin'to, t. of Greece Brod, brode, t. of Sclavonia.

Butter-mere. Bro'dy.

Buxton. Broek, brook.

Buzzard's Bay. Brom'berg (Ger. pron. brom'bêrg).

Bylam Martin, i. N. of British America. Brom'ley, brum'le.

Byzantium, biz-an'she-um.
Bron'do-lo.
*Brook'līne.
Brook'lyn,
Broome, broom.

Ca-bar'ras.
Brough, brúf.

Cab'ell. Bruchsal, brook'såi.

Cabenda, kå-ben'da, t. of W. Afrira. Bruck, brook, t. of Germany.

Cabes, kåb'ęs or kåbs; written, also, Gabes Bruges, bru'jez (Fr. pron. brüzh). .

and Gabs, t. of N. Africa. Brüm, broon or brün.

Cab-ool'; written, also, Caboul, Cabul, and Bruns'wick (Ger. Braunschiveig, brown'. Caubul. shwĪG).

Cabrera, kå-brårå, one of the Balearic Isles. Bru'są. See Bursa.

Cabulistan, kå-bool'is-tån'. See Afghanistan Brus'sels (Fr. Bruxelles, brüsell').

Caceres, kå'thà-rés. Bryoạn.

Cachao, katchå'o. See Ketcho. Brzesc or Brzesc Litewski, bzhests le-tev'ske. Cachias, kå-shee'ås. See Caxias.

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Ca-per'na-um, t. of Palestine. *Cal-la-poo'yą.

Capitanata, kå-pe-tå-nå'tå, prov. of Naples. Calla-way.

Capo d'Istria, kå'po dis'tre-å, t. of Austrian Callies, kål-lees', t. of Prussia.

Italy. Cal'mar or Kalmar.

Capri, kå'pre. Calne, kản.

Capsali. See Kapseli. Caltagirone, kål-ta-je-ro'nå.

Cap'u-a (It. pron. kả'poo-å). Caltanisetta, kal-tå-ne-set'tå.

Caqueta, kå kå'tå. Cal'u-met.

Car-ac'ạs or Caraccas (Sp. pron. kå-rå'kås). Calyados, kål'vådós' or kål-vá'dos.

Caraman, kảrå-mån'. Calvary, kal'va-re, mt. of Palestine.

Caramania, kar-a-ma'ne-a. (It may be proe Calvert.

per to remind the reader that this is not a Calvi, kål've, t. of Corsica.

Turkish, but a Latin name; the antepenulCamargo, kå-mak'go, t. of Mexico.

timate a should, therefore, be sounded as in Camanche, kå-mån'cha. See Comanche.

Bavaria. See the Pronouncing Gazetteer, Cam-ar-o'ríěs, bay (and river ?) of Patagonia. Introduction, section xi., p. 26.) Cam-bay,

Caravellas; kå-rå-vellås, t. of Brazil. Cam-bo'đi-a, Cam-boodja, or Cam-boge', Carbon. Cam'bray or Cambrai (Fr. pron. kảm brả'). Carbonara, kår-bo-nå'rå, cape of Sardinia. Cam'bri-a.

Carcassonne, kar 'kảs'sonn'. Cambridge, kame'brij.

Cardenas, kar'děn-ås, t. of Cuba. Cambridgeshire, kame'brij-shịr.

Cardiff or Caerdiff, kar'diff.
Can't den.

Cardi-gạn.
Cam-er-o'nės or Cam-er-oons', mts. of Africa. Cardiganshire, kar'de-gun-shịr.
Caminha, kå-meen'ya, t. of Portugal.

Car-ib-be'an Sea.
Campagnia, kảm-pån'yå.

Car'ib-bee Islands. Campbell, kam'el.

Caribou, kâr re-boo', 1. of Maine. Campbelltowni, kam'el-town.

Ca-rin'thi-a (Ger. Kärnthen, kaiRn'ten). Campeachy or Campeche, kam-pee'che (Mex.

Carlisle, kar-līle'. pron. cảm-pield)..

Carlos, Si. See San Carlos. Cam’po Basso, cảm'po bắs'so.

Car'low. Cā'na, t. of Palestine.

Carlowitz or Karlowitz, kar'lo-vits. Can'a-da.

Carlsbad or Karlsbad (Ger. pron. karls'båt) Canaguan, kan'a-gwản', c. of W. Indies. Carlscrona, karls-kroo'na, or Carlscroon.

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Chin-India. Catahoula or Cat-a-hoo'lą.

Chantilly, shảnteel'ye' or shån'te'ye'. . Cat-a-lo'ni-a (Sp. Cataluña, kå-tå-loon'yå). *Chapala, chå-på'lå. Catamarca, kå-ti-mar'kả, t. of La Plata. Chapel Hill.

(the city of Mexico. Catania, kå-tå'ne-å.

Chapultepec, chå-pool-ta-pek,' fortress near Catanzaro, kå-tån-zå'ro.

Charasm. See Kharasm. Ca-taw'ba.

*Charcas, char'kås. Catharina, St. See Santa Catharina.. Charente, shả rảnt'. Cathay, kath-a'. See China.

Charente Inférieur, shå'rånt' ân'fà re-ur'. Catmandoo, Katmandou, or Khatmandu, kat Chariton, châr'e-ton. man'doo.

Charkow, kar-kof'. See Kharkof. Catoche, ky-to'chả, cape of Y catan.

Charles'ton. * Catorcé, kå-tor'så.

Charles'town. Cats'kill.

Charleville, sharl'yill'. Cat-ta-rau'gus.

Charlevoix, shar'le-voi'. Cattaro, kåt-tá'ro, gulf of the Adriatic.

Charlotte, sharlot. Cat'te-gat' or Kattegat.

Charlottesville, shar'lots-vil. Caubul, kau-bool'. See Cabool.

Chartres, shartr. Cauca, kow'ká, 7. of New Granada.

Cha-tau'que, sha-tau'que, or Chautauque. Cau'ca-sus.

Chateauguay, shat'ö-gay'.

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