Joseph E. (Joseph Emerson) Worcester.

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Se-vas'to-pol, or

Sev-as-to'pol
Sev'ern
Se-vier'
Sev'ille, or

Se-viUe'
Sevre (savr)
Sevres (savr)
Se-wjs-tan'
Sha'mo
Shat'ul Ar'ab^
Shivv'nee-towa
Sheer-ness'
Shen-an-do'ah
Sher-shgll' '
Shi-a-was'see

(wos'se)
Shj-raz' ■
Shir-van'
Sho-sh5'neef
Shrew§'bu-iy

(shruz'ber-e)
Shum'la
Sl-am', or Si'am
Sl-be'rj-a
Siculiano (se-kul-

ya'no)
Sie'gen

Si-er'rai Le-o'ne
Sj 6r'ra Ne-va'di
Sig'nia-rin5-en
Si-gu6n'za
Sil-het'



Si-lis'tri-a
Slin-birsk'
Sira'coe
Sim-phe-ro'pol
Sim'plon (or

sang'plong')
Sin-ca-pore'
Sin-gan'
Sin-g5i-pore'
Sinigaglia (sin-e-

gal'ya)
Sin'ob, or Sin'o-pe
Sioux (se-6' or so)
Sir-hind'
Sir-i-na'gur
Sjs-to'Va, or Sis'-

to.va
Si-iit' .
Si-sal'
Si-vas'
Si-vvah'
Skgn-e-at'e-les
Skib-be-reen'
Sla-v6'ni-Ei
Sles'wick
Slieb-bloom'
Sluys (slos)
Smal'c^l-den
Smo-lensk'
SnSw'don
Soane

Soc-o-nus'co
So-co'tra
So-fa'la'
Soignies (soing'-

nes or swan'ya)
Soissons

(swas'song')
So-leure'
Sol-fa-ta'ra
S6m'er-set
Sim'er^ Isles.
Somme
Son'der-hau'fen

(son'der-hbu'-)
So-no'ra
S66-166'
Sg-phi'a, or So'-

phi-a
Sg-ra'ta

So-relle', or Sor'el
So-r5'ra
Sor-ren'to
Sou-dan'
Sou-ra-bay'a
Southwark

(sath'ark)
Sp-A, or SpS.



347

Spait'la

Sp?i-la'tro

Span-dau'

(spSn-dbu')
Spey (spa)
Speyr (spir)
Spitz-ber|'en
Spo-le't6(sp9-la'ta)
Spor'a-d5f
Squam

Squjl-la'ce (-chji)
Sta'broek

(sfa'brok)
Stfi-|J'ra
Stainef
Stal-i-nie'ne
Stam-boul'
Stam-pa'lj-a
Star'gard
Staub'bach
Staun'ton
Sta-van|'er
Stav'er-en
Steen'berg-en
Stein
Stel'len-bosch

(-bosh)
Stet-tin', or

Stet'tin
Steu'ben, or

Steii-ben'
Steu'ben-villo ^

Stey'er
Steyning

(sta'ning)
Sfir'ling
StoUr'brld^e
Stra-bane'
Str'al'siind
Stran'ra-er
Strath-a'ven
Strau'bing(strou'-J
Strel'itz
Striv'a-li
Strom'bo-li
Stuhl Wei'-

sen-burg
Stu'r'min-ster
Stut'gard '.
Sua'bi-a
Sua'kem
Su-der-ina'ni-?i
Su-dS'tef
Su'ez

Su-gul-raes'sai
Sii'li'
Sul-in5'na
Su-ma'tra



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Bum-ba'w?

Sii-ilit'

Bur-i-nani'

Bus-que-han'ii5i

Sut'ledge

Su-w§L'nee

SwS.n'§ea

Swi-ne-rnun'de

Sy-e'ne

Syr'a-cuse

Szar-v'as'

Szeg-e-dJn'

T.

Ta-bar'ca
Tiib-a-reS'lii
Ta-briz', or

Ta-breez
Tji-ca'nies
Tdc-51-ri'gua
T^-caz'ze
Ta-con'net
Tac-u-bay'^
Tad'cjs-ter
TUd-oii-sac'
*Ta-fsLl'l5i
Tif'i-let
Tag'^n-rSck, or

Tag'an-rog
T^i-gaz'ze
Tagliamento (tal-

ya-men'to
T^t-hl'ti

Tal-a-ve'ra (-va'-)
Taliaferro (tol'-

e-ver)
Ta'l-la-de'gfi
Tal-la-has'see
Tal-l^i-h&tch'ie
Tal-la-p56's5
Tam-a-ra'ca
Tam-Elu-li'p§ig
Tam-bo'rsi
Tam'bov, or

Tam-bof
Ta-iiii§e'
Tsim-pi'co
T(i-na'ro
Ta'ney
Tan-|ier'
Tan-jore'
T^n-nas'se-rim
Tari-ne-sar'
Ta-or-mi'ni
Ta-pa'jos (-yos)
Tap-pa-han'n5ck
T£ip-tee'



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Tar-a-kal'
Tar'an-to
Ta-ras-con'
Tar-a-z6'na (tar-9-

tlio'na)
Tarbes (farb)
Tar'no-pol
Tar-rfi-go'n?
Tar'sus, or

Tar-sus'
Tar'u-dant
Tash-kitnd'
Tas-si-su'd9n
Tau'de-ny
Taun'ton
Ttlu'ri-da
Tav'ast-hfig
Tav'ast-lari3^
Ta-vi'ra
Tav'is-tSck
Taze'well
Tcher-kSsk'
Tcber'ni-gof
Tchud^'koe
Tci-nan'

Tcit'ci-clr Ho'tun
Te-a'kj
Tg^he (tesh)
Teem-boo'
Te-ha'ma
Te-he-ran', or

Teh-raiin'
Te-hua'can
Te-huSn'te-pec
Teign (ten or tan)
Teign'mouth
Te-ju'co fte-hu'co)
Tel-in-ga'na
Tel-ii-cher'ry
Tel'H-co
Tem-es-var'
Te-nas'se-rim
Tin'e-riffe
Ten-nes-see'
Tgn'te'r-den
Tep-e-a'ca
Te-pic'

Te-poz-co-lu'Ia
Te-quen-da-ma',

or Teq-uen-

da'ma
Ter'a-mo
Ter-ce'i-ra (ter-

sa'e-ra )
Ter-ce'ra (-sa'ra)
Te-rek'
Ter-go-vls'ta
Ter'ini-ni



Ter'mo-li
Ter-na"te'
Ter-ra-ci'na {or

ter-ra-che'na)
Ter'ra del Fue'go

(-fwa'go)
Terre Bonne

(tir-bon')
Terre Haute

(tir-hot')
Tesch'en(tesh'en)
Tet-u-ah'
Tev-e-ro'ne
Tev'i'-ot
Tewks'bu-ry

(tuks'b§r-re)
Teyn (tin)
Tez-cu'co
Thames (temz)
Than'et
The-a'ki

The'bst-id
Thebe§
Thels (tls)
Theresienstadt

(ta-ra'se-en-stat')
Thiagur (te-a'gur)
Thi-bet' (te-bef)
Thibodeaiixville

(tlb-o-do'vjl)
Thiel (tel)
Tliielt (telt)
Thiers (te-Ar')
Thionvill'e (te-

ong-vil')
Thi'va (te'va)
Tho'len (to'len)
Th5'm?r (to'mar)
Thorn 'ns-ton

(tSm'^s-ton)
Thorn {or lorn)
Thun (tun)
Thiirgau (tur'g'du)
Thur-go'vi-Fi
Thu-rin'gi-51
Thiirles
Ti-bet'
TIgh'vin
Tj-ci'no {or te-

che'no)
Tl-con-de-r5'ggi
Ti-dore' '
Tiel (tel)
Tigre (tS'gra)
Tim-buc-too', or

Tim-buc'too
Tim-or-Iaut'
Tin'i-an



Tin-ne-vSl'ly

Tl-6'ga

Tip'e-ra

Tip-pe-ca-noe'

Tip-pe-ra'ry

TIr-ee"'

Tlrle-inont'

Tish-ai-min'gS

Tit-j-ca'ca

Tit'te-riS

Tiv'o-lj "

Tlal-pan'

Tlam'ath

Tlas-cal'la

Tlem-sSn'

To-ba'go

To-bol'

T9-bolsk'

To-bo'so

T6-can-tlns'

To-cat'

To-cfi'yo

Tceplitz (tep'lits)

T9-kay'

To-le'do (or t?-

Ia'd5)
To-lo'sa
To-lu'ca
Tom-beck'bee
Tom-big' bee
Tom-buc-too', or

Tom-biic'too
Ton-gat-a-b66'
Ton-kin'
Tonneins (ton'-

nang')
Ton-nerre'
Ton-ne-wan'tgi
Ton'ning-en
Ton-quin'

(ton-ken')
Toom-bud'dra
Topayos(to-pi'yos)
Tor-bay'

Tor'gau(ortbr'gbuJ
Tg-ri'no
Tbr'mes
Tbr'ne-a
Tor'on-tol
Tor'o-pez
Torquay (tor-k5')
Tor-ris-dal'
Tbr-shok'
Tor-to'la
Tor-to'na
Tor-to'sa
Tor-tu'g?i
To-ta'na



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAI^IES.



Tot-ness'

Toul (tol)

Tou-lon' (to'long')

Tou-16u?e'(t6-16z')

Touraine (to-ran')

T6ur-nfi-ghaut'

Tour-nay'

Tours (tor or torz)

Towce'ter (tbus'-)

Traf-^l-gar'

Traj-an-op'9-li

Tra-lge'

Tra'ni

Tran-que-bar'

Tran-sy.l-va'nj-Ji

Trap'a-nj

Trav-an-c6re'

Trav'js

Treb-i-sond'

Trei'sam

Trem'e-ceii

Trein'i'-ti

Treves (trav)

Tre-vi'|i

Tre-vi'so

Tri'ca-la

Trich-9-nop'o-ly

Tri-este'

'J'rln-coin-a-lee'

Trin-i-dad'

Trip'o-li

Trip'o-lis

Trip-o-liz'zsi

(trip-o-lit's^i)
Trois Rivieres

(trwa-rev'yir)
Tr5l-h!Et'ta
Trop'pau(trop'pou)
Tros'achs
Troyes (trwa)
Tru'ro
Truxillo (trii-

hel'yo)
Tsclier-kask'
Tsi-om'pi
Tu'a-rick
Tuat (twat)
Tu'bjng-en
Tu-cu-nian'
Tfi-de'la (tu-da'ia)
Tu'gu-lo
Tu'la

Tul-l^i-raore'
Tulle
Tum'bez
Tun-gu-ra'gui
run'gu-se^
'"u'nj-c^i



Turcoing (tiir-)

kwang')
Tur'c9-inans
Tu'rin
TiJr-kes-tan'
Turn-liout'
Tu-ron'
Tur-sJieez'
Tu-ru-chansk'
Tus-cg-loo'sa
Tus-ca-ravv'^s
Tiis-ca-ro'r^L
Tuxt'lV
Tuy (tvve)
Tver (twer)
Tvvee'dale
Tyne'niouth
Tyrnau (ter'nbu)
Ty-rol', or Tyr'91
Ty-rone'

u.

UCAYALE_

(6-ki'Ha)
Udine (6'de-na)
Udvarhely (ut-far-

ha'le)
Uist (wist)
Ukraine (6'kran)
Uleaborg (6'le-si-

bbrg)
U-lie-te'a

Ulm (ulm or ulm)
t5l§'wa-ter
t?in'b^-g6g
tJm-me-rj-poo'rji
tJm'qua
l^n-der-wal'den
Cn-ter-wS-l'den
tJp'sal, or yp-sa'l?
tJp-s^l-la't^
Ural(6'ral or 6-ral')
yr-ba'na
Cr-bi'no
O'ri (6're)
Ur'se-ren
Uruguay (6-ru-

gwi')
Ushant (ush'ang)
tis'ti-ug
C'ta-was
U'ti-ca
Utrecht (yii'trSk

or 6'trekt)
Utrera (6-tra'ra)
yt-tox'e-ter (^or

iix'e-ter)



Uwchlan(yuk'Igin)
Uzes (a-zas')
Cz'na£h (ots'nak)

V.

Vai'gats
Valais (va-la')
Val'dai
Val-div'j-si
Valence (val-ans')
V^-len'cj-a (v^i-

len'she-a)
Va-len-ci-a'n'l
Valenciennes

(val-an-se-en')
Va!-la-do-lid'
Val-lel-li'na
Valois (val-wa')
Val-om-bro's^i
Val-psi-ral'so
Val'te-Iine
Van-c6u'ver
Van-da'Ij-a
Van DiS'men'f

Laud
Vannes (v'An)
Va-ri'n?s
Vas-ar-he'ly
Vas-il-i-pot'51-mo
Vas'sal-bor-ough
Vau-cluse'

(v5-kluz')
Vaud (v5)
Veglia (vel'ya)
Ve-lay'
Ve-li'no
Vel-le'tri (vel-

ia'tre)
Vel-lore'
Venaissin (ven-

as-sang')^
Ve-nan'go <*
Vendee (vdn-da')
Vendome

(van-dom')
Venezuela (ven-e-

zwa'la)
Ven'ice
Ven-ioo'
Ve'ra Cruz (or

va'ra-krus')
Ve'r^i Paz'
Ve-ra'gua
Ver-cel'li (ver-

chel'le)
Ver-dun'
Ver-*ennef'



349

Vermejo (ver-

ma'yo)
Ver-inil'J9n
Ve-ro'nji
Ver.-saillef'
Ver-setz'

Vervi ers(ver've-a/
Ve-?oul' (V51-Z6IO
Ve-su'vj-iis
Ve-vay'
V{-a'na
Vi-as'ma
Vi'borg
Vj-cen'za (or ve-

chen'za)

Vicks^burg

Vi-din'

Vi-enne'

Vi-*e-va'no

Vi'g5

Vi-laine'

Vil'l^ch

Vil'lalli'ca

Ville-fran^he'

Vllle-ueuve'

Vin-cenne^'

Vintimiglia (vin-

te-mil'ya)
Vique (ve'kj)
Vlre (ver)
Viseu (ve-sa'6)
Vis'tu-la
Vj-tepsk'
Vitre (vetr)
Vit-to'ri-9
Viviers (viv'e-a)
Viz-a-gap-a-tim'
Vlad-i-niir'
Vo'gei^-berg
Voghera ( v9-ga'raj
Vol-hyu'i-si
Vol-tur'no
Vor'^rl-berg
Vor'o-nez
Vosges (vozh)
Vu'k9-var

w.

Waag (wag)

WS.'bash

Wal-ah'mutte

Wal'che-r6n

WaI'deck

Wal-den'se^

Wal'd9-b6r-9Ugh

W?l-la'2hi-?i



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Wal'lst-wai'l?

Wal'len-stadt

Wal'sall

Wal'thjm

Wan-ga'r^i

Wan-lock-head'

War'a-dein(wor'-)

War'as-din (wor'-)

War'ren (wor'ren)

War'wick (or

wbr'ik)
Washita (wosh-

e-taw')
Wash'te-naw

(wosh'te-naw)
Wa-ler-ee'
Wa'ter-ford
Wa'ter-16o
VVa'ter-ville
Wsl-ter-vliet'
Wavertree

(wa'tre)
Wavre (wa'vr)
Wear'mouth
Wednes'bu-ry

(vvenz'ber-e)
Weich'sel-burg
Wel^mar
Weln'helm
Weis'sen-bourg
Wel'laiid
Wen'do-ver
Wen'ner

Weo'bley (wo'ble)
Wer-ni-ge-r5'de
Wer'thelm (-tlin)
We'^el
We'§er
Wes'ter-as
Wes'ter-wald
WSst' man-land
West-meath'
W^est'min-ster
West'inore-land
West-pha'li-9
Wet-te-ra'vi-Ei
Wexio (wek'so)
Wey (wa)
Wey 'mouth (wa'-)



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



WM'dah
White-ha'ven
Wick'l5w
Wie-llcz'ka

(vve-lich'ka)
Wie'sel-burg
Wie'sen
Wig'^n
Wilkes'bar-re
Wil-lam'mette
Wil'raing-ton
Wil'na
Win'ander-mere,

or Win'der-mere
Win'chel-sea
Win'ches-ter
Win-ne-ba'go
Win'ni-peg
Wlnnipiseogee

(wln-e-pe-

savv'ke)
Wis-ba'den, or

Wis'ba-den
Wis-cas'set
Wjs-con'sjn
Wis'mar
Wit'gen-steln
Wit' ten-berg
W6-a-h66'
Wo 'burn
Wol'fen-but-tel
Wol'ga
Wol-ver-hamp'ton

(wul-ver-ham'-)
Woolwich (wul'ij)
Worcester

(wors'ter)
Worstead

(wors'ted)
Wr'ag'by (rag'be)
Wrex'ham

(rex'am)
Wiir'tem-berg
Wurz'burg

(wiirts'blirg)
Wy'combe

(wl'kom)
Wy'o-ming, or

Wy-6'ming



X.

Xa-la'pa (hi-)

la'pa
Xauxa (hSl'ha)
Xeres (ha'res)
Xi-co'c6 (ze-ko'ko)
Xi'mo (ze'mo)
Xin'gu (shin'gu)
Xi-x6'na (he-ho'-)
Xul'la (zul'la)
Xuxuy (hfi'hwe)

Y.

Ya-k6utsk'

Yal-a-bu'sha

Yam-pa-ra'es

Yang-tcheou'

Yang'tse-kj-ang'

Ya'ni-n'a

Ya-o-icheou'

Ya-qui' (ya-ke')

Yar-kund'

Yar'mouth

Yar'o-slaf

Yar'row

Ya-z66'

Y6d'd6

Yem'en

Yen-i-sei' {or yen-

e-sa'e)
Yeo'vil
Yeyd (yad)
Yezd
Yonne
You'ghall {^or

(yawl)
Youghiogeny

(yok-e-ga'ne)
Ypres (e'pr)
Ys'sel (is'sel)
Ys'tadt (is'tat)
Ytb'an (ith'sia)
Yu-ca-tan'
Yu-nan'
Yu-ru'p'a
Yv-er-diin'
Yve'tot (ev'to)



z.

ZaaB (zab)

Zaan-dam'

Za'a-ra, or Zai-a'rj

Zac-a-lu'l^i

Zac-^-te'c^ts (-ta'-J

Za-grab'

Zfim-beze'

Z?-mo'ra (tli?-)

Zam-paTa

Zanef'ville

Zan-gue-b'4r'

Zan'te *

Zan-zj-bar'

Za'ra

Ze-bid'

Ze-bu'

Ze|'e-din

Zeila (za'la)

Zel-tun'

Zeltz (tsits)

Zel'le (tsel'la)

Zem'plin (tsera'-)i

Zerbst (tserbst)

Zie-gen-hayn'

(tse-|en-hin'i
Zim-b'a'6
Zirk'nitz

(tsirk'nits)
Zittau (tsit'tdu)
Zlock'zbw
Zna'ym (tsna'jm)
Zou-wan'
Zuf-fer-?-bad'
Zug (tsug)
Zul'Ii-chau (tsul'-

e-kou)
Zul'pich

(tsul'plk)
Zu'rich
Zut'pTien
Zuy'dei- Zee'
Zwei'len-dam
Zwick'au

(tswik'du)
Zvvoll (tswol)
Zwbr'nik
Zyt'9-mier9



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ABBREVIATIONS.



I, A. S. Fellow of the Ameri-
can Academy.

A, B. (Artium Baccalaureus.)
Bachelor of Arts.

Abp. Archbishop.

A. C. {Ante Christum.) Before
Christ.

Acct. Account.

A. B. {Anno Domini.) In the
Year of our Lord.

Adm., or Adml. Admiral.

•Ml, or M. A^.

Al., or Ala. Alabama.

A. M. {Artium Magister.)
Master of Arts.

A. M. {Ante Meridiem.) Be-
fore Noon.

A. M. {Anno Mandi.) In the
Year of the World.

An. {Anno.) In the Year.

Ana. {Medicine.) In like quan-
tity.

Anon. Anonymous.

Ap., Apr., or Apl. April.

Ark. Arkansas.

Att., or Atty. Attorney.

A. U. C. {Anno l/rbis Condita.)
In the Year from the Building
of the City, [Rome.]

Aug. August.

B., or Bk. Book. — b. Born.

B. A. Bachelor of Arts.
Bart., or Bt. Baronet.
B. C. Before Christ.

B. D. Bachelor of Divinity.
Bk. Bank.— Book.

B. L. {Baccalaureus Legum.)
Bachelor of Laws.

Bp. Bishop.

Bug. Gen. Brigadier-General.

C. {Centum.) A Hundred. —
Cent. — Centime.

C, or Cap. {Caput.) Chapter.

Cal. California.

C:;nt. Canticles.

Capt. Captain.

C. A. S. Fellow of the Con-_
necticut Academy.

C.C. P. Court of Common Pleas.

C. E. Civil Engineer.

C. E. Canada East.

Cent, or Ct. (Centum.) A Hun-
dred.

C. H. Court House.

Ch., or C. Church.

Chap., or Ch. Chapter.

Chron. Chronicles.

C J. Chief Justice.

Co. Company. — County.

r-"l. Colonel. — Colossians.

Con. {Contra.) Against.

Con. Cr., or C. C, Contra Credit.

Cong., or C. Congress.

Conn., or Ct. Connecticut.

oor. Corinthians.

C. P. Common Pleas.

...P.S. {Gustos Privati Sigilli.)
Keeper of the Privy Seal.



C. R. {Custot Rotul<yrum.)

Keeper of the Rolls.

Cr. Credit. — Creditor.

Crim. Con. Criminal Conver-
sation, or Adultery.

C. S. {Custos Sigilli.) Keeper of
the Seal. — Court of Sessions.

Ct. Connecticut. — Count.

Ct., Cts. Cent. — Cents.

C. W. Canada West.
Cwt. Hundred Weight.

D., ord. {Denarius.) Penny,

or pence.
D., or Deg. Degree.

D. C. District of Columbia.
D. C. L. Doctor of Civil Law.
D. D. {Divinitatis Doctor.)

Doctor of Divinity.
Dec. December. — Declination.
Del. Delaware. — Delegate.
Deg. Degree, or Degrees.
Dep. or Dept. Department.
Dep. Deputy.
Deut. Deuteronomy.
Dis., Disc, or Disct. Discount.

D. M. Doctor of Music.

Do., Ditto. The same; as afore-
said.
Dols., or ^. Dollars.
Dr. Doctor. — Debtor. — Dram.
Dw't. Pennyweight.

E. East.— Earl.
Eccl. Ecclesiastes.
Ed. Edition.— Editor.
E. E. Errors excepted.

E. G., or e. g. {Exempli Gra-
tia.) For example.
E. I. East Indies.
E. I. C. East India Company.

E. Lon. East Longitude.
Eng. England. — English.
Env. Ext. Envoy Extraordi-
nary.

Esq., or Esqr. Esquire.

Et al. {Et alii.) And others.

Etc., or &c. (Et catera.) And

others ; and so forth.
Ex. Example. — Exodus.

F., or f. Franc. — Florin.

F. A. S. Fellow of the Society
of Arts.

Feb. February.

F. G. S. Fellow of the Geologi-
cal Society.

Fl., or Fa. Florida.

Fl., or fl. Flourished.— Florin.

P. L. S. Fellow of the Lmnsan
Society.

Fo., or Fol. Folio.

F. R. G. S. Fellow of the
Royal Geographical Society.

F. R. S. Fellow of the Royal
Society.

F. R. S. E. Fellow of the Royal
Society, Edinburgh.

F. R. S. L. Fellow of the Royal
Society of Literature.



F. S. A. Fellow of the Soete^
of Antiquaries. — Fellow of tbi
Society of Arts.

Ga., or Geo. Georgia.
Gral. Galatians. — Gallon.

G. B. Great Britain.
Gen. General. — Genesis.

G. R. ( Georgius Rex.) Gearga

the Kin^.
Gr. Greek. — Grains. — Gross.

H. B. M. His or Her Britanni*

Majesty.
H. E., or h. e. {Hoc or hie est.)

That is, or This is.
Heb. Hebrews. — Hebrew.
Hf. bd. Half-bound.
Hhd. Hogshead.
Hon. Honorable.
H. R. House of Representatives.
H. R. H. His Royal Highness.
Hund. Hundred.

lb., or Ibid. {Ibidem.) In the

same place.
Id. {Idem.) The same.
I. e., or i. e. {Id est.) That is.
I. H. S. {Jesus Hominum Salaa- .

tor.) Jesus the Savior of Men.
111. Illinois.

In., la., or Ind. Indiana.
Incog. {Incognito.) Unknown.
Inst. Instant, or of the present

Month.

J. A. Judge Advocate.

Jan. January.

J. D. {Jurum Doctor.) Doctor

of Laws.
J.H. S. {Jesus Hominum Salva-

tor.) Jesus the Savior of Men.
J. P. Justice of the Peace.
J. Prob. Judge of Probate.
Jr., or Jun. Junior.
J. U. D. {Juris ulriusque Doc-

tor.) Doctor of both Laws ;

i. e., the Canon and the Civil

Law.

K. King.

K. C. King's Council.

Ken., or Ky. Kentucky.

Km. Kingdom.

Knt., Kt., or K. Knight.

L. Lord. — Lady. — Latin.
L., or Lib. (Lrher.) Book.
L., Lib., or ft. {Libra.) Pound

in weight.
L., 1., or £. . Pound sterling.
La., or Lou. Louisiana.
Lat. Latitude. — Latin.
Lb., or ib. Pound in weight.
L.C., or I.e. {Loco citato.) U

the place before cited.
L. C. J. Lord Chief Justice.
Ld., or L. Lord.
L. I. Long Island.
Lieut., or Lt. Lieutenant.



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Lieut. Col. Lieutenant-Colonel.

Lieut. Geii. Lieutenant-General.

Lli. B. Bachelor of Laws.

LL. D. {Legum Doctor.) Doc-
tor of Laws.

Lon., or Long. Longitude.

Lou., or La. Louisiana.

L. S. {Locus SigiUi.) Place of
the Seal.

M. Marquis. — Monsieur, Sir, or
Mister. — Morning. — Month.
— Minute. — Mile. — Married.

M. (Mille.) A thousand.

M. (Meridies.) Meridian, Mid-
day, or Noon.

M. A. {Artium Magister.)
Master of Arts.

Maj. Gen. Major-General.

Mai. Malachi.

Mass., or Ms. Massachusetts.

Math. Mathematics.

Matt. Matthew.

M. B. Bachelor of Medicine.

M. C. Member of Congress.

M. D. (Medicina Doctor.) Doc-
tor of Medicine.

Md. Maryland.

Me. Maitie.

Messrs., or MM. {Messieurs.)
Gentlemen ; Sirs.

M. H. S. Massachusetts His-
torical Society.

Mich. Michigan. — Michaelmas.

Aliss., or Mi. Mississippi.

MM. Messieurs ; Genilemen.

M. M. S. S. Member of the
Massachusetts Medical Society.

Mo. Missouri. — Month.

M. P. Member of Parliament

Mr. Master, or Mister.

M. R. I. A. Member of the
Royal Irish Academy.

Mrs. Mistress, (pron. missis.)

M. S. {MeTnoruB Sacrum.) Sa-
cred to the Memory.

MS. Manuscript.

MSS. Manuscripts.

Mus. D. Doctor of Music.

N. North. — Note. — Number.

N. A. North American.

N. B. {Notabene.) Mark well;
Take notice.

N. B. New Brunswick.

N. C. North Carolina.

N. E. North-east. — New Eng-
land.

Nem, con. {Nemine contradi-
cente.) No one contradicting ;
unanimously.

Nem. diss. {Nemine dissenti-
eitte.) No one dissenting ;
unanimously.

N. F. Newfoundland.

N. H. New Hampshire.

N. J. New Jersey.

N. Lat., or N. L. North Lat-
itude.

No. {Numero.) Number.

Nov, November.

N. P. Notary Public. — New
Providence.

N. S. New Style J (after 1752.)



N. S. Nova Scotia.
N. T. New Testament.
Numb., or Num. Numbers.
N. W. North-west.
N. Y. New York.

O. Ohio.

Ob. {Obiit.) Died.

Obj. Objection. — Objective.

Oct. October.

O. F. Odd Fellows.

O. S. Old Style ; (before 1752.)

O. T. Old Testament.

P., or p. Page. — Pole. — Pint.
— Pipe. — pp. Pages.

Pa., or Penn. Pennsylvania.

Pari. Parliament.

P. C. {Patres Conscripti.) Con-
script Fathers.

P. C. Privy Councillor.

Per, p., or ^. By the ; as, per
yard.

Per An. {Per Annum.) By
the Year.

Per Cent., or Per Ct. {Per Cen-
tum.) By the Hundred.

Ph. D., or P. D. {Philosophic
Doctor.) Doctor of Philoso-
phy.

Phil. Philippians. — Philip.

Philom. {Philomalhes .) Lover
of Learning.

Philomath. A Lover of the Math-
ematics.

P. M. {Post Meridiem.) Af-
ternoon.

P. M. Postmaster.

P. M. G. Postmaster-General.

P. O. Post Office.

P. R. Porto Rico.

Pro Tem. {Pro Tempore.) For
the Time.

Pro. In Favor of, or For.

Prox. {Proximo.) Next, or of
tlie next Month.

P. R. S. President of the Royal
Society.

P. S. {Post Soriptum.) Post-
script.

P. S. Privy Seal.

Ps. Psalm, or Psalms.

Pt. Pint. — Payment.

Q,., or Q,u. duestion. — Q,ueen.
d. D., or q. d. { Quasi dicat.)

As if he should say.
Q,. E. {Quod est.) Which is.
Q,. E. D. (Quod erat deinon-

strandum.) Which was to be

demonstrated.
Q,. L., or q. 1. ( Quantum libet.)

As much as you please.
Q,. S. Quarter Section.
d. S., orq. s. {Quantum suffi.-

cil.) A sufficient quantity,
du., or Qy., orq. {Qucere.)

duery.
d. V. (Quod vide.) Which see.

R. A. Royal Academy. — Royal

Artillery. — Royal Arch.
Reg. Prof. Regius Professor.
Rev. Reverend. — Re^ »lai;oa.



R. I. Rhode Island.

R. M. Royal Marines.

R. N. Royal Navy.

R. P. {Regius Prqfettor.)

King's Professor.
R. R. Railroad.
Rt. Hon. Right Honorable.
Rt. Rev. Right Reverend.

S. South.— Shilling.

S. A. South America.

S. A. {Secundum Artem.) Ac-
cordinsT to Art.

S. C. South Carolina.

Scil., or Sc. {Scilicet.) To wit.

S. B. South-east.

Sect., or §. Section.

Sen. Senior. — Senator.

Sept., or Sep. September.

Sept. Septuagint.

Sh., or S. Shilling.

S.J. C. Supreme Judicial Court.

S. Lat., or S. L. South Latitude.

Sq., or Sqr. Square.

Sq. M. Square Mile.

SS., or S. {Semis.) Half.

SS., or ss. {Scilicet.) To wit;
namely.

St. Saint.— Street.— Stone.

S.T.D. (Sacrce Theologicc Doe-
tor.) Doctor of Divinity.

S.T.P. {Sacra TheologiCB Pro-
fessor.) Doctor of Divinity.

S. W. South-west.

Tenn. Tennessee.

Thess." Thessalonians.

Tim. Timothy.

Tr. Translator. — Translation.

U. C. Upper Canada.

Ult. {Ultima.) Last, or of the

last Month.
U. S. United States.
U. S. N. United States Navy.

v., or Vid. (Vide.) See.

v., or vs. (Versus.) Against

v., or Ver. Verse. — v. Verb.

Va. Virginia.

V. D. M. (Verhi Dei Minis-
ter.) Minister, or Preacher
of God's Word.

Vis., or V. Viscount.

Viz. (Videlicet.) To wit; namely.

V. P. Vice-President.

Vs., or V. (Versus.) Against.

Vt. Vermont.

W. West.
W. 1. West Indies.
Wise, or Wis. Wisconsin.
W. Lon. West Longitude.
Wt. Weight.

Zech. Zechariah.
Zeph. Zephaniah.

&c. (Et ccEtera.) And the reft ;

And so forth.
4to. duarto. — 8vo. Octavo.—
I2mo. Duodecimo. — ISmo.
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