Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Place Names in Poe’s Creative Writings,” Poe Studies, December 1973, Vol. VI, No. 2, 6:43-48


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Place Names in Poe’s
Creative Writings

The City of University of New York, Bronx Community College

It did not seem feasible to include the various proper nouns and adjectives of a primarily geographical nature in my Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works (New York: Da Capo, 1968); a third category would have swelled a book already large enough. Yet, there is need for such a list, encompassing not only place names but also ethnic, racial, and religious groupings. An addendum to the Dictionary is herewith offered, covering only the creative writings of Poe, since a separate booklet would be required if all the criticism and essays were included. This list will enable the student of Poe to take note of the wide scope of his geographical references, his interesting and sometimes significant uses of local geography (see Saratoga) at particular points in his life, and the recurrence of place names (see Arnheim). It will help to fill out the extent of his classical learning and interest in travel and provide other insights into Poe’s complex mind.

The material comes entirely from the five volumes of the James A. Harrison edition (New York: Crowell, 1902), devoted to Poe’s fiction (II-VI), plus a superior substitute for the Poems in Volume VII, namely, Volume I, called Poems, of The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe, edited by the late T. O. Mabbott (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1969). In my list, the fiction is designated simply by a volume number followed by a page number inserted after a period. When the number of a volume changes, a semicolon replaces the separating commas. To designate the Poems, I have used a capital letter “P” without any period to avoid confusion with the standard abbreviation for page. Except for “Melonta Tauta,” Poe’s form of all the proper names is used, with no editing on my part (e.g., Cape Verde Islands and Presburg). I have, however, frequently inserted a slight indication of the nature of a reference, in parentheses, especially for rivers, lakes, islands, and tribes, when not self-evident; “The Journal of Julius Rodman” provided most of these entries. Language groupings, most of which have a geographical source, such as French, Indian, Russian, are included, as well as street names and prominent buildings. The nautical locations known as ships, whether real or fictitious, are all listed with the word “ship” in parentheses. Since I aimed to include all references in Poe’s text, the footnotes from his tale of “Scheherazade” were culled. In general, mythological place names and fanciful coined names are inserted, such as “Vondervotteimittis” and Phlegethon, but the place names for wines are omitted. To indicate Poe’s use of a specific setting — provided that it be mentioned even once — I inserted a few or all of the instances given in a tale and followed this with inclusive [column 2:] page numbers (cf. Paris and Rouen). Since there are no cross references, different forms of the same name or allied names must be separately consulted (Aidenn and Eden, Moslemin and Musselmen, Naples and Neapolitan), nor was it possible, in this limited space, to break down “American” into adjective and noun. In general, the names of astronomical “places” are omitted, despite our ability today to pay calls upon the moon. Almost all of these, except for “moon” and “sun,” can be found listed as names in my Dictionary. A few named persons have crept into the following list as comprising part of a place-name designation, such as “David (city of)” and “Tom, Dick, and Harry Streets.”

My gratitude must be expressed for clerical assistance and freedom from academic duties, needed to prepare this glossary, to the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and the Research Foundation of the City University of New York.

Abingdon (Virginia): 4.11

Achaian: P 100

Adelaide’s Island: 3.170

Adelaide Gallery: 5.226, 228

Adommin (valley of): 2.216

Adoni-Bezek (tower): 2.216

Adventure (ship): 3.165

Aetna: 6.189

Africa: 2.73; 5.212; 6.200

African: 3.287; 4.171, 215

Ahmateaza (river): 4.92

Ahnahawaya (tribe): 4.78

Aidenn: 4.1-8; 6.140; P 368

Albany: 5.278

Albion: P 261

Alexander-the-great-o-nopolis: 6.229-237

Alfred (river; see Alpheus): 2.286

Alger: 4.157

Almacks: 2.40

Alpheus (river): 2.277

Ambaaren: 2.227

America: 2.228; 3.52, 272; 4.16; 5.156-160, 165-166, 207, 259; 6.2, 156

American: 3.161, 164, 168, 174; 4.14, 16, 31, 132, 141; 5.110, 121, 159, 196, 239, 243; 6.78, 124, 204, 211-213, 215

Americans: 4.87 5.195; 6.203, 207, 215

Ammonites: 2.215

Amsterdam: 4.161

Anglo-Saxon: 6.22

Angoria: P 37

Annian (straits of): 4.16

Antarctic: 3.166

Antarctic circle: 3.166, 169, 171, 173-174

Antarctic Ocean: 3.2, 178, 236

Antioch: 2.203-213

Apennines: 4.245-249

Arabian: 2.269, 285; 5.169; 6.78, 149, 261

Arabic: 2.278; 3.244; 6.82

Arcadians: 2.208

Arctic: 3.175-176, 178

Arctic circle: 2.87-88

Arctic Ocean: 3.236; 4.14-16

Aregan (river): 4.93

Arickara (Indians): 4.20

Ariel (boat): 3.6-11

Aripao (forest): 6.91

Arkansas (river): 4.19

Arnheim, 2.18; 6.190, 196 (176-196)

Asia: 6.200

Asia Minor: 2.xxxix

Asiatics: 4.171

Assiniboins (tribe): 4.57; 82-83, 85

Assyria: 4.205 [page  44:]

Atalanta (ship): 5.239

Athenaeum Library (Baltimore): 6.246

Athenian: 2.251, 346

Athenians: 4.204

Athens: 2.139, 167; P 113

Atlantic: 2.73; 3.147; 4.15; 5.129, 224, 235-237, 239; 6.200

Arrevida (ship): 3.162-163

Aurora (ship): 3.163

Auroras: 3.162-163, 165

Austrian: 6.167

Aznac: 6.134

Azath: 2.151

Babylon: 2.159; 3.231; P 200-201

Bagdad: 6.90, 99

Baiae: 5.212

Balbec: 2.13, 382; P 107

Baltimore: 5.256 (255-273)

Bantry Bay: 2.108

Barbadoes: 6.91

Barrière du Roule: 5.12, 16-18, 20, 43-47, 49-50, 58-59

Batavia: 2.2; 3.199

Beaver Islands: 4.51

Ben Nevis: 2.170

Benares: 5.175

Bengal: 4.132

Bengalee: 5.175

Benjamin (gate of): 2.214, 216

Bennet’s Islet: 3.177, 238-239

Beresina (Russian river): 5.255

Berlifitzing (Castle of): 2.186

Berlin: 2.49; 3.321

Bermuda Islands: 3.54

Berwick (ship): 3.161

Bessop’s Castle: 5.138

Betsey (ship): 3.161

Bishop’s Hotel: 5.137

Black Bear (lake): 4.18

Black Hills: 3.51, 4.89, 6.89

Bloomsbury (London) 4.144

Bois-Brûlès (tribe): 4.56

Bois de Boulogne: 4.183, 186

Bombay: 2.2

Bonhomme (river): 4.36

Bonhomme Island: 4.51

Bonnet Lake: 4.18

Bordeaux: 4.176

Borneo: 4.188, 6.224

Bornese: 4.183

Boston: 2.199; 3.146; P 31

Bostonians: 6.136

Botany Bay: 4.132

Bowling-Green: 6.134-135

Brazil: 3.149

Bremen: 6.250, 253

Bridge of Sighs: 2.110, 114

Bristol Channel: 5.234

Britain: P 259, 280

British: 2.60; 3.147, 161, 163, 168; 4.16, 87; 5.156, 171, 175; 6.167

British Channel: 5.228, 232-233

Broadway: 4.141; 5.288

Bruges: 2.102

Brunswick, Maine: 6.246

Brussels: 6.60

Buckholm: 2.227

Buffalo Lakes: 4.18

Bugaboo: 3.259 262, 264-265, 271

Bunker Hill: 6.i8

Café de Bon-Bon: 2.125-146

Cairo: 6.89

Calcutta: 5.174, 255

California: 6.250, 253-254

Campanile: 2.110

Campi Phlegraei: 2.95

Canada: 6.206-207, 211 [column 2:]

Canadas: 4.15

Canadian: 4.16, 22-25, 30, 32, 38, 45, 52-53, 55, 59, 62-63, 66, 69, 72-74, 76, 86; 6.207, 211

Canton: 3.198

Cape Clear: 5.235

Cape Francois: 3.153

Cape of Good Hope: 3.149-150, 152, 161-162; 4.16, 233, 6.76

Cape Hatteras: 5.284

Cape Horn: 4.233

Cape St. Roque: 3.149

Cape Verd Islands: 3.54, 62, 149

Cape Verds: 3.72, 75, 77

Capo Deucato: P 101

Caraccas: 6.91

Carnac: 6.134-135

Caserta: 6.90

Carthaginian: 3.304

Catskills: 5.156

Cedar Lake: 4.18

Chaldaea: 2.149; P 107

Chaldean: 5.299

Chaldee: P 228, 286

Chalk-Farm: 2.41

Chambers Street, New York: 5.278

Charité (creek): 4.37

Charleston, South Carolina: 5.95, 97, 101, 224-225, 240, 274

Charlottesville, Virginia: 4.14, 5.163-176

Charonian canal: 2.150

Chateau Jung: 4.102

Chaussée D’Antin: 2.197

Chayenne River: 4.57; 6.89

Cheops (Pyramid of): 2.216

Chichester: 2.124

Chickasaw: 2.278; 5.299

Chili: 2.116

China: 4.16, 205

Chinese: 2.127, 284; 3.197-198, 6.103

Choctaw; 6.25

Christmas Harbour: 3.152-153, 157, 159

Circassy: P 99, 160

City Museum: 6.117

Cocaigne (for Cockaigne): 6.104

Cock-neighs: 6.87

Coliseum: P 285

Cologne: 4.109

Columbia River: 3.25; 4.16, 19-20

Concord (or spelled Cxncxrd): 6.233, 236

Connaught: 4.115, 118-119

Constantinople: 4.316

Cordova: 6.64

Cotopaxi: 2.62

Council Bluffs: 4.41

Creoles: 4.23

Crow (tavern): 2.157

Crozet: 3.152, 159

Currant River: 4.51

Damascus: 6.90, 99

Daphne: 2.204

Daphnis: 6.211

Darcotas: 4.56

Darien, Isthmus of: 4.9

David (city of): 2.214

Delaware (river): 5.159

Delos: 2.250, 380

Des Moines (river): 4.56

Desolation Island (see Kerguelen): 3.152

Diable rapid: 4.36

Didcot (England): 6.97

Discovery (ship): 2.10

Dodona: 2.224

Dog-Head Lake: 4.18

Dog Street: 5.222

Dolores (ship): 3.163

Dondergat (in Bremen): 6.251

Down-East: 4.127; P 394 [page  45:]

Dover: 5.226

Dromeo (ship): 3.147

Du Bois (river): 4.37

Ducal Palace (Venice): 2.110, 122

Dumbarton: 2.104

Dutch: 2.11, 244; 3.110, 114, 159-160, 247, 250; 4.127, 214; 6.255, 265, 267

Earl’s Hotel: 6.249

East Indiaman: 2.7

East Indian Islands: 4.182

East Indies: 3.149

Eastern (Oriental): 2.260; 5.169; 6.196

Eden: 5.157; 6.81; P 48, 85, 237

Edgarton: 3.5

Edina: 8.285, 288-289

Edinburgh: 2.282 (269-282), 283 (283-295)

Egypt: 2.39, 116, 123, 206, 249, 258, 322; 4.205; 6.123, 127-128, 133, 137

Egyptian: 2.149, 199; 3.244; 6.89, 121-126, 129, 131-133, 267; P 261

Egyptians: 6.135-137

Eldorado: P 345, 463

Eleatic: 2.275

Eleithias: 6.117 127

Elk River: 4.117-18

Elysian: P 446

Elysium: P 222; 2.109

Engedi: 2.218

England: 2.106, 171, 176, 258; 3.217, 301; 4.11, 232, 262; 5.96, 158-159, 243, 6.178, 256, P 270

English: 2.121, 253; 3.170, 214; 4.42, 44, 56, 168, 213, 229, 268, 303; 5.7, 121, 132-133, 162, 193; 6.7, 63, 185, 203-205; P 270

Englishman: 2.122; 3.50, 161; 4.162, 171

Ephesus: 2.203

Epidaphne (or Antiochia Epidaphne): 2.204-205, 210

Esquimau: 4.127

Ethiopian: 3.244-245

Eton: 3.313, 322

Etruscan: 2.123; 6.200

Europe: 2.113, 115, 117, 253; 3.71, 149, 316; 4.171; 5.156, 158, 6.77-78, 200, 254

European: 5.171, 243

Europeans: 3.181

Exeter: 6.97

Eyraco: P 107

Falls of St. Anthony: 4.56

Fame (ship): 3.147

Faubourg St. Germain: 4.151, 184; 5.3

Feroe islands: 2.232

Firefly (ship): 3.71

Flätplatz (in Bremen): 6.251

Flimen: 2.227, 234

Florence: 2.39, 130; 5.278

Floyd’s (river): 4.51

Fonthill: 6.190

Fort Moultrie: 5.95, 105, 239-240

Forr Osage: 4.21

Fox (river): 4.20

France: 2.52, 73; 3.268; 4.158; 5.5, 22, 178, 243, 258-259; 6.13, 16, 53-77

Frankfort (U.S.): 6.95

Frazer’s (river): 4.18

Free and Easy (ship): 2.168

French: 2.199, 278, 289; 3.159-160, 197, 266; 4.12, 24, 29, 45, 56, 62, 87, 160; 5.87, 121, 132, 193, 195, 207; 6.25, 44, 81, 150, 203, 270

Frenchman: 2.49, 200, 3.152, 4.114, 118, 121, 152, 160, 162-163, 170-177, 183-184, 187, 191, 196

Frenchwoman: 5.195

Frog-pond: P 394

Frogpondium (Boston): 6.231

Frozen Ocean: 2.87

Fum-Fudge (city): 2.35-41

Gallipagos: 3.132, 184, 190, 194, 233 [column 2:]

Ganges (river): P 102

Gasperitch Lane: 6.250

Ge-Henna (Hinnon): 2.28

Genoa: 2.130; P 274, 277-278

Genoese: 6.256

Gens des Feuilles (tribe): 4.56

Gens du Sac (tribe): 4.56

Georges (shoal): 3.146

Georgia: 3.164, 168, 171

German: 2.1, 28, 108, 129, 131, 278-279, 295; 4.105, 134, 162, 171; 5.121, 6.248

Germans: 6.203

Germany: 5.243

Gethsemane: P 228, 286

Gibraltar: 2.337

Gilead: P 261

Glass’s Islands: 3.172

Glaumba: 6.90

Golconda: 5.131

Gomorrah: P 107

Gothic: 2.259, 285; 3.248, 277, 287, 301, 303, 4.251, 268; 6.185, 196

Gottingen: 2.xxxviii; 4.102-113

Grampus (ship): 3.19-146

Grand Canal: 2.110, 115

Grand Portage: 4.18

Great Bend: 4.68

Great Britain: 2.73, 122, 3.315; 4.15; P 266

Great Oasis: 6.135

Great Sioux (river): 4.51

Grecian: 2.199, 5.201 206

Greece: 2.39, 149, P 166

Greek: 2.116, 147, 208, 251, 269-270, 274, 278, 280, 281; 4.215, 314; 5.180; 6.270; P 148

Greeks: 2.118, 127

Green Bay (river): 4.20

Greenwich: 4.14

Guinea: 3.149

Gulf of Bothnia: 2.232

Gulistan: P 113

Harlaem, N.Y.: 6.155

Harper’s Ferry: 5.156

Hebrew: 3.278

Hebrews: 2.250, 346; 3.278

Hebrides: 2.221; P 192

Hebron: 2.219

Hecla (volcano): 6.90

Helseggen (mountain): 2.226, 228, 231, 235

Helusion: 2.150; 4.240

Henry (ship): 3.164

Hermon (hill): P 261, 406-407

Hessian: 6.105

Hindoo: 6.199, 201

Hinnon: 2.28

Hoeyholm: 2.227

Holland: 2.44, 102

Hollander: 4.171

Hollanders: 3.110

Holy of Holies: 2.203

Holy River (Ganges): 5.175

Hornet (ship): 3.89

Hottentot: 4.127

Hudson (River): 4.133; 5.5, 156; 6.238, 263

Hudson Bay: 4.15-16

Hudson Bay Fur Company: 4.71

Huguenot: 5.95

Hull: 3.147

Hungarian: 4.102

Hungarians: 2.185

Hungary: 2.185-196

Hungry Hill: 2.108

Hyde Park: 4.114

Iceland: 6.90

Iflesen: 2.227

Illinois: 3.243 [page  46:]

Inaccessible (island): 3.109

Independence (ship): 5.274

India: 2.262

Indian: 2.173, 260; 3.1, 51, 267; 4.29-30, 32-33, 35, 37, 39-40, 54, 60, 66, 71-73, 82, 93; 5.171; 6.255; P 102

Indian Archipelago: 4.188

Indian Seas: 3.197

Indiana: 6.95

Industry (ship): 3.160

Ionia: 2.123

Ionic: 2.275, 392

Ireland: 6.89

Irish: 2.108; 3.61; 4.218; 6.199

Israelitish: 2.208

Isthmus of Darien: 4.9

Italian: 2.20, 110, 116, 121, 275, 278; 4.160, 162-163, 170-171, 268; 6.168, 185, 257, 270

Italians: 6.167

Italic: 2.126, 392

Itasca Lake: 4.19

Itchiatuckanee: 6.260

Jacobin Club House: 5.67

Jacques (river): 4.51, 56

James River: 2.272; 5.272

Jane Guy (ship): 3.147-218

Japan: 2.130

Jardin des Plantes (Paris): 4.191

Java: 2.2, 278, 288

Jehosaphat (valley of): 2.218

Jermyn street (London): 2.38

Jerusalem: 2.214-219

Jew: 4.123, 138; 5.275; 6.178

Jewish: 4.28

Jews: 2.203, 207, 210

John Donaldson (ship): 3.5

Jolly Tar (tavern): 2.168, 171

Judaean: P 228, 286

Kamschatka: 4.17

Kanzas (river): 4.19

Kanzas (Indians): 4.38

Kennebec: 3.147

Kentucky: 4.11-12, 25

Kerguelen (Desolation) Islands: 3.152-154, 158

Kerguelen’s Land: 3.149, 152, 154, 158, 168

Kickapoo: 3.259, 262, 264, 266, 268, 271; 4.127; 6.27

Kieldholm: 2.227

Kilkenny: 4.119

King (The Valley of the): 2.216

Klock-Klock (a village): 3.188, 196, 201

Lachadive (islands): 2.2

Lake Huron: 4.18

Lake Nipissing: 4.18, 20

Lake of the Hills: 4.17-18

Lake of the Woods: 4.18, 20

Lake Superior: 4.18

Lake Winnipeg: 4.18, 20, 56

Latin: 2.208, 278, 280; 4.109; 6.23-24, 44

LeFebvre (cul-de-sac): 2.125, 129-130

Leicester: P 259, 265-266, 280, 282

Leipsic: 5.259

Lethe: P 183, 187

Lethean: P 417

Levante: P 102, 311

Lewis river: 3.51

Libya: 2.220-224

Lilienthal: 2.96

Lisbon: 5.255

Little Sioux (river): 4.51

Lively (ship): 3.170

Liverpool: 3.18, 76, 147, 149-150

Lofoden: 2:226, 228, 230-231, 233, 244, 247

London: 2.121, 168-184, 261; 3.161, 170, 199, 263; 4.114-121, 134-145, 235; 5.255, 261; 6.97, 104, 245

Londonderry: 4.116

Lord Auckland Islands: 3.190 [column 2:]

Louisiana: 5.156-158

Luxor: 2.260

Lybian Mountains: 6.117

Lyons: 4.176

Mackenzie’s River: 4.18-19, 21

Mackinaw (river): 4.20

Madeira: 3.71-72, 131

Madrid: 3.162

Maelström: 2.225-247

Malabar: 2.2

Malay: 5.172

Malays: 2.3

Maloinas: 3.163

Maltese: 4.183, 186

Mammoth Cave (Kentucky): 6.90

Manchester: 4.30

Mandans (tribe) 4.78-79

Manila: 3.199

Mare Tenebrarum: 2.227; 6.295

Marion’s Island: 3.159

Mary Pitts (ship): 3.132

Mecca: 2.31; 3.341

Median: 2.182

Mediterranean: 2.204, 337; 5.160

Melrose (Abbey): 5.160

Mesopotamia: P 103

Metzengerstein (palace): 2.185-196

Mexican: 2.285

Mexican Gulf: 2.90

Michilimackinac (river): 4.20

Milk (river): 4.57

Mills’ Point (Mississippi): 4.11, 26

Minnakenozzies (tribe): 4.56-57

Minetarees (tribe): 4.78-79, 92

Missinipi (river): 4.18

Mississippi: 4.11, 19-20, 23-25, 28, 30, 40, 52, 56; 5.156

Missouri: 3.51; 4.11, 16-17, 19-20, 22-23, 29, 33, 37-39, 42, 51, 56-57, 59-60, 63, 85, 87, 88-89, 92, 94, 96

Molucca: 2.280

Montreal: 4.18-20

Monticello: 4.12

Moscow: 3.321; 4.17

Moskoe: 2.227-228, 230-231, 233

Moskoe-strom: 2.229, 231, 234, 237, 239, 244, 247

Moslemin: 2.31; 3.341

Mountains of the Moon: P 463

Mount Moriah: 2.216

Mouse River: 4.57

Musselman: 2.199

Musselmen: 2.243; 4.219

Nantucket: 3.5, 7, 11, 16, 27, 30, 47, 52, 74, 117, 139

Nantz: 2.50, 52, 61

Naples: 3.322; P 425

Nassau (balloon): 2.67; 3.263, 5.226, 228, 232

Nassau Street: 5.4

Nereus (ship): 3.161

Neapolitan: 3.323

Neufchatelish: 4.186

New Bedford: 3.5, 19-20

Newfoundland: 3.29; 4.26; 5.99, 127

New Holland: 2.5

New London: 3.11

New Orleans: 4.132, 5.95

New York: 2.103; 3.2, 174; 4.11; 5.1-2, 11-12, 16, 24, 40-42, 238, 274, 278, 288; 6.134, 155, 214, 238, 250

New York (Lakes): 5.156

New York (state): 6.249, 255

New Zealand: 6.93

Niagara: 2.43, 229, 5.156

Niagara Falls: 6.71

Nice: 2.38

Nicéan: P 165

Niger (river): 6.92

Nightingale Island: 3.160, 162

Nile: 6.117, 129, 134 [page  47:]

Nineveh: 2.151

Nis (valley): P 191-192

Nodaway (river): 4.40

Nootka Sound: 4.17

Nordland: 2.226 (225-247)

Norfolk: 3.79; 5.224

Norman: 2.260

North America: 2.89; 4.9-10, 14-15; 5.217, 235

North American Indians: 4.93

North Wales: 5.232

North-West Company: 4.23

North-West Fur Company: 4.30

Norway: 2.225-247

Norwegian: 2.226

Norwegians: 2.227, 229

Nubia: 4.205

Nubian: 2.227; 4.236; 6.295

Ocracoke Inlet: 5.285

Ohio (lakes): 5.156

Okydandies (tribes): 4.56-57

Omahas (Indians): 4.51

Oregon: 4.16

Oriental: 6.270

Orontes (river): 2.204

Osage Femme (river): 4.36

Osage (Indians): 4.38

Osage (river): 4.19, 37

Ossa: 2.162

Otter creek: 4.70

Otterholm: 2.227, 233

Ottoes (tribe): 4.40

Oxford: 3.315-316, 320-322

Oxus (river): 5.273

Pacific: 3.62, 132-133, 147, 180; 4.18-19, 93

Pacific Islands: 3.197; 6.188

Pacific Ocean: 3.75; 4.15-16

Paddington (station in London): 6.97

Paestum: 2.31

Palaeochori: 2.117

Palais Royal: 4.152; 5.40

Palmer’s Land: 3.167

Paris: 2.96; 3.321-322; 4.17, 146-192; 5.6 (5.1-66), 67, 165, 178, 183, 189-190, 232, 234-235, 258; 6.28-52, 55-56, 60, 172

Parisian: 2.185; 4.105, 176, 186; 5.3, 6-7, 190, 192, 207; 6.28, 33, 39, 59

Parthenon: 2.139; 6.186

Pasigno river: 6.89

Patagonia: 3.165

Pawnees: 4.40

Peace River: 4.18

Pearl (ship): 3.163

Pelion: 2.162

Penguin (ship): 3.11-16

Penstruthal (Wales): 5.229, 232

Persepolis: 2.13, 119; P 107

Persia: 2.159, 199

Persian: 2.278; P 113

Peru: 2.197

Petite Cote: 4.24, 29, 32, 71

Pharisee: 2.217-219

Philadelphia: 2.270, 282, 291; 3.160; 4.12; 5.17, 159

Philippine: 3.162

Philistines: 2.215, 218-219

Phlegethon: 2.231

Platte (river): 4.20, 37-41

Point: 4.22, 24

Poland: 4.17

Polar: 2.86; 3.210, 236, 240

Polar Gulf: 2.15

Polar Sea: 4.9

Pole (northern): 2.15, 86-89

Polish: 6.155

Polly (ship): 3.146

Polytechnic Institution (London): 5.226 [column 2:]

Ponca (tribe): 4.54, 55

Poughkeepsie: 6.295

Porcupine (river): 4.57

Port Egmont: 3.154

Porto Rico: 3.54

Portuguese: 3.159

Prairie du Chien: 4.20

Presburg: 2.27; 6.249

Primo’s (lake): 4.18

Prince Edward’s Island: 3.152, 159

Princess (ship): 3.162

Providence, Rhode Island: 6.250

Prussian: 2.186

Ptomelais: 2.147-150

Quartier Sr. Roch: 4.156, 165

Quicoure (river): 4.51

Race Street: 3.337

Ragged Mountains: 5.163-176

Rain River: 4.18

Rantipole theatre: 3.265

Rattle (borough of): 5.300

Rattleborough: 5.290-309

Rattleburghers: 5.290

Red River: 4.56

Resolution (ship): 3.165, 167

Rhine: 2.248, 258

Rhone (river): 5.157

Rhone: P 102

Rialto: 2.115

Ricara villages: 4.70

Ricarees (tribe): 4.71

Richmond, Va.: 3.1-2, 71; 5.272

Ridge Road (near Philadelphia): 5.159

Rio: 3.79

Rio de Janeiro: 3.147

Rio Janeiro: 3.161

River of Silence: 4.237

Roanoke Island: 2.288

Rocher [sic] de Cancale: 2.39

Rocky Mountains: 4.9, 12, 14-15, 18-19, 21, 89, 93, 95

Roman: 2.123, 215, 217-218; 249

Roman Empire: 2.204

Rome: 2.39, 140, 206, 215, 222; 3.321-323; P 27, 46, 54, 166, 228, 247-287

Rotterdam: 2.42-48, 51, 60, 80, 82, 99, 101-103

Rotterdam College of Astronomy: 2.47

Rotunda: 4.279

Rouen: 2.125-146

Rue C——: 4.154

Rue Deloraine: 4.161

Rue des Drômes: 5.9, 43-45

Rue Dubourg: 4.186

Rue Montmartre: 4.150

Rue Morgue: 4.146-192, 5.1, 20

Rue Pavée Saint André: 5.5, 14, 47

Rue Richelieu: 4.167

Rue St. Denis: 4.153

Rue St. Roch: 4.167

Russia: 3.167, 4.15, 163, 171

Russian: 4.17, 163, 171

Salamanca: 2.108

Salem: 6.93

Salmon (river): 4.18

Samarcand: P 37-38, 44, 59

Samaria: 2.151

San Carlos: 5.197

San Marco (canal): 2.110

San Miguel (ship): 3.163

Sandwich Land: 3.168, 171

Sandflesen: 2.228, 233

Sanscrit: 2.278

Santa Croix: 3.146

Santa Maura: P 101

Saonies (tribe): 4.56-57, 74

Saracenic: 6.196 [page  48:]

Saratoga: 5.164, 174

Sardanapalus: 2.151

Sarmatic: 2.209

Saracen: 2.188, 190

Saracenic: 2.259

Saskatchawine (river): 4.17-18

Saskatchawine (lake): 4.56-57, 89

Sauerkraut (alley): 2.48

Schuylkill (river): 5.159

Scotland: 6.89

Scythian: 2.207

Seine: 5.5, 11, 14, 18, 25, 41-42

Shadow (Valley of): P 463

Shetland (see South Shetland Islands)

Sicilian: P 105

Sighs (bridge of): 2.110

Singapore: 3.199

Sioux (Indians): 4.52-57, 61-62, 67, 69-70

Sioux river: 4.56

Sissytoonies (tribe): 4.56

Skarholm: 2.228

Skylark (balloon): 6.197

Slave Lake: 4.18

Slave River: 4.18

Sluys: 2.168

Smug (city of): 6.2

Soledad: 3.163

Southhampton Row, Russell Square: 4.114-121

South Carolina: 5.239

Southern Indian Ocean: 3.152

Southern Ocean: 3.237, 243

South Orkney Islands: 3.168, 171

South Pacific: 3.62

South Pacific Ocean: 3.5

South Sea: 3.154

South Seas: 3.1, 147-149, 170, 197; 6.188

South Shetland Islands: 3.167-168, 171

Spain: 2.73

Spaniard: 4.171

Spaniards: 4.29

Spanish: 2.11, 175, 278-279; 3.52, 162, 324; 4.160, 171; 5.119, 121, 132, 300

Sparta: 2.117

Stamboul: 2.39

Sr. Andrew’s Stair: 2.171

St. Helena: 2.106-107

St. Petersburgh: 4.17

St. Peter’s River: 4.20, 56

St. Vincent (island): 6.90

Staten Land: 3.163

Strait of Magellan: 3.165

Sturgeon Lake: 4.18

Stygian: P 334

Styx: 2.143

Suarven: 2.227

Suez: 6.89

Sullivan’s Island: 5.95-142, 224

Sundra islands: 2.2

Surrey: P 281

Swede: 2.4-6

Syria: 2.203-213, 4.238; P 219

Syriac: P 191

Syrian: 2.203; P 103

Syrians: 2.206, 208

Taba: 2.203

Tadmor: 2.13; P 107

Taglay: P 28, 38, 43, 46, 54

Tartar: P 31

Tateary: P 28, 39

Tavern (a cave): 4.35

Teian: 2.31

Teios: 2.149

Temple (of Jerusalem): 2.218

Teneriffe: 3.159

Tetons (Bribe): 4.56-57, 66, 69 [column 2:]

Texas: 6.89

Thames: 2.168, 171

Théâtre des Variétés: 4.153

Theban: 6.118, 133

Thebes: 6.117, 134

Therasaea (island): P 105

Thrace: 2.39; P 10

Thule: 5.79; P 344

Timarchus (street of): 2.207

Tinian (island of): 3.6

Timbuctoo: 3.263

Toledo: 5.71-72, 87 (67-87)

Tom, Dick, and Harry Streets: 5.219

Trebizond: 2.126; P 101

Tremaine (estate of): 2.259, 261, 268

Tristan d’Acunha: 3.159-162, 165

Troy: 2.151

Tsalal: 3.239, 241, 243, 245

Tula (ship): 3.170

Turk: 2.251

Turkish: 2.269; 6.201

United States: 3.1; 4.17, 21; 5.156-157, 159, 207

Unjigah River (Peace River): 4.18

Upsarokas (tribe): 3.51-52

Usher (house of): 3.273-297

Utawas River: 4.18, 20

Utica: 6.249

Valley of the Many-Colored Grass: 4.237, 239, 241, 243

Van Diemen’s Land: 3.161, 170

Venice: 2.109-124, 259

Versailles: 4.268; 6.185

Vesuvius: 6.90

Victoria (balloon): 5.224

Vienna: 3.321; 5.196; 6.52

Virginia: 2.272; 4.11, 14; 5.272

Virginian: 4.26; 6.256

Vondervotteimittiss (borough): 3.247-257

Vurrgh: 2.227-228, 230, 233

Wales: 3.14, 38; 5.229

Wall Street: P 378

Wappatomies (tribe): 4.56

Wappytooties (tribe): 4.56

Warreconne (river): 4.57

Washington, D.C.: 6.134

Washington Monument: 6.214-215

Wasp (ship): 3.164, 168-169

Wasp Bay: 3.153

Wassatoons (tribe): 4.79

Watarhoo (river): 4.57

Wawandysenche (creek): 4.51

Weehawken: 5.5

Weilburg: 5.226

Welsh: 6.116

Wesr India Islands: 3.62, 77

Wheal-Vor House: 5.232, 239

White (river): 4.57

White-earth river: 4.85

White-Paint (river): 4.51

White-Stone (river): 4.51

Willis’s Rooms (London): 5.226

Winowacants: 4.56

Wisconsin (river): 4.20

Wissahiccon (river): 5.156-162

Woolwich: 5.225

Yaanek (Mount): P 416

Yankee: 6.75, 237; P 9

Yankees: 6.132

Yanktons (tribe): 4.56

Yellowstone (river), also Yellow-Stone: 4.20, 87, 92

York Town: 6.18

Yorktown: 6.214

Zahara: 3.28

Zaire (river): 2.221-223

Zante: P 102, 311

Zion: 2.216


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