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" The only foreign possession of Sweden is the Island of St. Bartholomew, in the West Indies (18,000). "
The elements of geography, on a new plan [by B.G. Johns]. Corrected to 1862 ... - Page 104
by Bennett George Johns - 1866
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A universal geography

Thomas Milner - 1850
...lemming, reindeer, elk, and beaver, are common to the northern or the unfrequented regions of Scandinavia. The only foreign possession of Sweden is the island of St. Bartholomew, in the West Indies. / RUSSIA IN EUROPE. 287. European Russia consists of the vast tract inclosed by the Arctic Ocean on...
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A Compendium of Ancient and Modern Geography: For the Use of Eton School

Aaron Arrowsmith - Geography - 1856 - 795 pages
...2,724,778 inhabitants; in 1851 the number was 3,482,541. The only foreign possession annexed to the crown of Sweden, is the island of St. Bartholomew in the West Indies, which was ceded to it by France in 1785 ; it is five leagues in circuit, and contains about 3,000 inhabitants....
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Elementary physical geography

Andrew Findlater - Geography - 1864 - 120 pages
...its export of fish (26,000). Dront'beim, a seaport : the former capital of Norway. diristitvnsand, on the Skager Rack, a place for shipbuilding. The...What are the bounds of the Scandinavian Peninsula ? Its length? Its breadth? Its capes? What are fiords ? What is the Maelstrom ? What names are given...
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A Physical, Historical, Political & Descriptive Geography

Keith Johnston - Geography - 1880 - 487 pages
...the six dioceses or stiffs, of Christiania, Harnar, Christiansand, Bergen, Trondhjem, and Tro-mso. The only foreign possession of Sweden is the island of St. Bartholomew in the West Indies, ceded in 1784 by France. 3.— DENMARK. 1. The Danish territory includes the northern tract of the...
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