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A Geography of Europe and the British Isles, for Junior and Middle Forms
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Adriatic Alps Austria Balkan Balkan Peninsula Baltic banks beautiful Black Sea border Bristol Channel British Isles called canals capital Caspian cathedral cattle century Chief Industries chiefly Climate and Products.—The coal and iron coal-field cold corn Danube Denmark east coast Emperor England English Europe exported famous farther south fertile Fiord fishing flax flows forests France Germany glaciers grow grown harbours Highlands Hills Holland Ireland Irish islands Italy King known Lake Lake of Lucerne land large number latter lies linen Loch Lough Lowlands manufactures minerals Mountains mouth North Sea north-west northern plain orchards pasture peninsula Pennine plateau port ranges region Rhine Rhone rises river rock Roman Russia sail Scandinavia Scotland Severn sheep ships shores silk slopes snow south-east south-west southern Southern Uplands Spain stands steamers streams summer Sweden Switzerland table-land timber trade Ural Mountains valley Wales west coast wheat wind winter woollen Yorkshire