Camp which will much occupy the Gazetteers when they get eye on it.
The singular Champion of Christendom, famous to the then Gazetteers!
In old encyclopdias and gazetteers, the phrase Algonquinensis, is used.
They are taken by all Courts and all politicians, and by almost all gazetteers.
The native guide-books and gazetteers do not allude to the subject.
The gazetteers are so earnest after American news, that I find it the shortest method of communicating the newspapers to all.
Some information, to be used with caution, is to be found in gazetteers of different dates.
Loret, with all the charming innocence of a gazetteer—the gazetteers of all ages have always been so artless!
The supplements for Gazetteers could be easily compiled from the parliamentary papers and magazines of the day.
Loret, with all the charming innocence of a gazetteer,—the gazetteers of all ages have always been so artless!