Buitenzorg


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Buitenzorg

(Dutch ˈbœitənzɔrx)
n
(Placename) the former name of Bogor
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From Batavia, after a visit to Buitenzorg, they traveled to Surabaya and after 51 days of travel they arrived in Pasuruan.
1922 The Nether land Indies Government Gutta Percha Estate Tjipetir (Java), Buitenzorg.
Kraepelin inquired and analysed clinical data from the asylum at Buitenzorg (Bogor) on the major Indonesian island of Java finding that dementia praecox and other mental disturbances were occurring with approximately the same frequency as in European countries (Kraepelin 1904).
Annals of the Botanical Garden, Buitenzorg 51: 199-230.
(9.) According to a report in Java-Bode from 19 March 1897, at the conclusion of his shows in Batavia, Talbot's planned tour route was as follows: Buitenzorg (Bogor) on 21 March, Cianjur on 23 March, Bandung on 24 March, Sukabumi on 25 March, Garut on 26 March, Purworejo on 28 March, Yogyakarta on 29 March, Klaten on 31 March, Solo (Surakarta) on 1 April, Semarang on 4 April, as well as further destinations for which no prearranged dates were at the time available.
The population of the Principalities, Batavia, and Buitenzorg and other private domains must have been about 3 million, which means that there were 2.0 million households available for the Cultivation system.
In 1893 this was divided into the city of Batavia itself, the suburbs (Pendjaringan, Pasar Senen, Mangga Besar, Tanah Abang), and the districts of Meester Cornelis (Jatinegara), Tangerang and Buitenzorg (Bogor); the population then numbered 1,162,644, including 12,183 Europeans, 80,551 Chinese, 3,309 Arabs and 1,066,601 'natives' of diverse origin (Encyclopaedie van Nederlandsch-Indie, 1st ed., 4 vols.
In the Asian Southeast (Indonesia and Malaysia), the genetic improvement has been based on a population of palms named 'Deli dura', which was developed with the objective of improving oil quality starting from only four palms brought by the Dutchs in 1848 to the botanical garden Buitenzorg (now Bogor) in Indonesia (WAHID et al., 2005).