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" Bay of Fonseca, on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Guatemala. "
Appletons' guide to Mexico: including a chapter on Guatemala : and an ... - Page 327
by Alfred Ronald Conkling - 1883 - 378 pages
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 13

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...in America, bounded on the north by Panuco and Guadalajara, on tho cast by Panuco and Mexico Proper, on the south by the Pacific ocean, and on the west by Guadalajara and the South Sea. It is about 2OO miles in circumference, and its population in 1793 was...
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A GEOGRAPHY OF THE WESTERN CONTINENT.

W.S. CLARK - 1870
...that of Pennsylvania. It is bounded on the north by the Arctic ocean, on the east by British America, on the south by the Pacific ocean, and on the west by Behring's sea, Behring's strait, and Arctic ocean. The inhabitants are chiefly Esquimaux, living in...
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The Merchants' and Tourists' Guide to Mexico, Volume 1

Charles W. Zaremba - Mexico - 1883 - 182 pages
...of Mexico City. Bounded on the north by Puebla and Vera Cruz, on the east by Vera Cruz and Chiapas, on the south by the Pacific ocean and on the west by Guerrero. Mountains. — The Sierra Madre traverses the whole State, being known in parts as the Cordilleras...
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Appletons' Guide to Mexico: Including a Chapter on Guatemala : and an ...

Alfred Ronald Conkling - Guatemala - 1884 - 378 pages
...zoology, botany, and the future needs of Mexico, is in general applicable to Guatemala. GEOGBAPHY. AREA, 50,600 square miles. POPULATION, 1,200,000,*...Guatemala consists of an elevated table-land, which is a continu328 atiou of the plateau of Yucatan. It has a mean altitude above the sea-level of 5,000 feet....
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Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture: Warrior and Statesman, with an ..., Volume 1

Robert C. O. Benjamin - Haiti - 1888 - 109 pages
...of Mexico City. Bounded on the north by Puebla and Vera Cruz, on the «ast by Vera Cruz and Chiapas, on the south by the Pacific ocean and on the west by Guerrero. Mountains. — The Sierra Madre traverses the whole State, being known in parts as the Cordilleras...
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Ballou's Alaska: The New Eldorado : a Summer Journey to Alaska

Maturin Murray Ballou - Alaska - 1889 - 355 pages
...is eight hundred. It is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by British Columbia, on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Behring Strait and the North Pacific. Our geographies and encyclopaedias help us to little more than...
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The New Eldorado: A Summer Journey to Alaska

Maturin Murray Ballou - Alaska - 1889 - 352 pages
...is eight hundred. It is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by British Columbia, on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Behring Strait and the North Pacific. Our geographies and encyclopedias help us to little more than...
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The countries of the western world: The governments and people of North ...

Benson John Lossing, George Jotham Hagar, John Elliot Read, Alfred Hudson Guernsey - America - 1890 - 700 pages
...in point of population. It is bounded on the north by Honduras, on the east by the Bay of Fonseca, on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Guatemala. Its area was estimated in 1886 .at 7,226 square miles, and its population at 634,120. The...
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Bulletins

International Bureau of the American Republics - America - 1891
...Guatemala; on the east by part of Honduras and the Gulf of Fonseca, which separates it from Nicaragua; on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Guatemala. Executive.—This power is in the hands of a president, who is elected by general suffrage...
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Hand Book of the American Republics

International Bureau of the American Republics - Diplomatic and consular service, American - 1891 - 486 pages
...Guatemala; on the east by part of Honduras and the Gulf of Fonseca, which separates it from Nicaragua; on the south by the Pacific Ocean, and on the west by Guatemala. Executive. — This power is in the hands of a president, who is elected by general suffrage...
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