10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GILOLO»
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Asia in the Making of Europe, Volume I: The Century of ...
Troubles between the rulers of Ternate and Gilolo, according to Frois, involved
the Portuguese and the missionaries in insular wars during 1550-51. A land
located seven leagues (28 miles) from the Portuguese fortress at Ternate on the
Modern Geography: A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, ...
The Moluccas, originally and strictly so termed, are only five small islands on the '
west of Gilolo, namely, TERNAT, Tinoius, Morin, MAKIAN, and BAKIAN, or BAT'
cntint'iz but as the kings of the Moluccas have possessed territory in Gilolo, and ...
John Pinkerton, Nicolle de La Croix, John Pond, 1817
The Record of Zoological Literature
spissum, ibid., Sula; II. informe, p. 127 , Gilolo ; H. minaz, ibid., Ceram; HI
immrium, p. 128, Mysol; II. vitiatum, ibid., New Guinea. Hemisphwrius. Walker (
l. c.) describes 10 new Malasian species of this genus :—-II. lativitta, p. 130, Morty
... kota N-Z'd katanan Bouru hoi Tear, saloi Borneo coing, keun Australia, singa
Fiji, sunjiji Java kuliginti Baju, toloti Bouru hetika Paumotuan, taginita Gilolo, bal-
anto Gilolo sangan Baju, olawaha MatabeUo ulah Amblaw, kull Pelew guni Java,
Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 1881
A Bird's-eye View of the World
They comprise the three large islands of Gilolo, Ceram, and Bourn, and many
small islands, the best known of which are Ternate, Tidore, Amboyna, and Banda
. The Moluccas are also called the Spice Islands, from their nutmegs, cinnamon, ...
Universal Geography: Or, A Description of All Parts of the ...
Gilolo has an irregular form, representing Celebes in miniature, the irregularities
and incursions of the ocean lying on the eastern side of both. Its interior contains
some lofty peaks. It abounds in buffaloes, goats, deer, and boars, but contains ...
A chronological history of the discoveries in the South Sea ...
Yniguez paid little attention to this message ; and, as the wind continued adverse
to his reaching the port at first proposed in Gilolo, he sailed direct for the island
Tidore, and on the last day of December," anchored close to the place where, but
Wallace, Darwin, and the Origin of Species
the Species Notebook the only reference to Gilolo around this time (dated 20
January 1858) is his hypothesis for the origin of the grassy plains of the island (
Species Notebook, pp. 108–109), described earlier in this chapter. Not long
The American Universal Geography: Or, A View of the Present ...
Boutan is probably still ruled by a Mahometan sultan. V. THE SPICE ISLANDS,
INCLUDING THE MOLUCCAS. THE Moluccas, originally and strictly so termed,
are only live small islands on the W. of Gilolo, namely, Ternat, Tidorc, Motir,
Jedidiah Morse, Aaron Arrowsmith, Samuel Lewis, 1819
Universal Geography, Or, A Description of All the Parts of ...
Gilolo has an irregular form, representing Celebes in mi- | of Giioio. mature, tho
irregularities and incursions of the ocean lying on the eastern side of both. Its
interior contains some lofty peaks. It abounds in buffaloes, goats, deer, and boars
, but ...
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GILOLO»
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Une mobilisation exceptionnelle
Morbihan Benard Michel 100, Conan Paul 100, Davy René 50, Gilolo Roger 200, Goncalves Renée 100, Jaffre Roger 40, Kergoat Françoise ... «l'Humanité, Dec 14»
Alfred Russel Wallace: Der zu Unrecht Vergessene
Hätte Wallace seine auf Gilolo verfasste Abhandlung direkt veröffentlichen lassen, würden wir heute vielleicht von «Wallacismus» statt von ... «Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Nov 13»
Listes des versements à la souscription de l'Humanité
Bourhis Jean-François 50, Caudan Marguerite 500, Cloarec Marie-Louise 50, Couturier Michel 200, Gilolo Roger 100, Godvier Emile 100, ... «l'Humanité, May 13»
The Forgotten Naturalist: Alfred Russel Wallace
In the 19th century the small island of Gilolo (today Halmahera), located in the Moluccas archipelago, was still one of the most remote places on ... «Scientific American, Jan 13»