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Loret, with all the charming innocence of a gazetteer, - the gazetteers of all ages have always been so artless
They were especially scarce at Grimworth, which, as I have before observed, was a low parish, mentioned with the most scornful brevity in gazetteers.
The letter is not dated; but the postmark is 'Allonby,' which I have found, on referring to the Gazetteer, to be a little sea-side place in Cumberland.
This is the first volume of a gazetteer which is now being published.
I walked to and fro, tried to read an old gazetteer, listened to the awful noises: looked at faces, scenes, and figures in the fire.
All his life a strong Whig, he was appointed in 1707 Gazetteer, or editor, of 'The London Gazette,' the official government newspaper.
Men are naturally hunters and inquisitive of wood-craft, and I suppose that such a gazetteer as wood-cutters and Indians should furnish facts for, would take place in the most sumptuous drawing-rooms of all the "Wreaths" and "Flora's chaplets" of the bookshops; yet ordinarily, whether we are too clumsy for so subtle a topic, or from whatever cause, as soon as men begin to write on nature, they fall into euphuism.
Writing, Publishing, and Reading Local Gazetteers In Imperial China, 1100-1700.
Being provided as part of their continual drive to provide the highest quality in local government software, the Risk Information Module will allow councils to store data pertaining to risks against each record in their Local Land and Property Gazetteers (LLPG).
Information about the presence of named entities from predefined gazetteers has been shown to be an important information for NERC [19].
ALITTLE while back, the sages of publishing predicted that the first thing to go in the online world would be encyclopaedias, gazetteers and handbooks.
The important collection includes gazetteers, administration reports, proceedings of conferences, census reports, memoirs, assembly debates etc.