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" Neither will any change be made in the spelling of such names in languages which are not written in Roman character as have become by long usage familiar to English readers : thus, Calcutta, Cutch, Celebes, Mecca... "
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography - Page 535
by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1885
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Journal of the United Service Institution of India, Volumes 21-22

United Service Institution of India - India - 1892
...Admiralty, and War Office is to be adhered to in all Intellii/fiice Division Publications. 1. Xo change is made in the orthography of foreign names in countries...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, itc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither is change made in the spelling of...
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Science, Volume 9

John Michels (Journalist) - Science - 1887
...spelling in maps and books. We fully agree with the first rule set forth by the Royal society, — " No change will be made in the orthography of foreign...Roman letters : Thus, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations." The second rule is, "Neither will any change...
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Science, Volume 19

Science - 1892
...place-names will be recorded in the accepted form. The rules referred to are as follows : — 1. No change is made in the orthography of foreign names in countries...use Roman letters: thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither is change made in the spelling of...
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The Canadian Record of Science, Volume 1

Natural history - 1885
...•••••••• •• IX. ORTHOGRAPHY FOR NATIVE NAMES OF PLACES. The Council of the Royal Geographical Society have adopted the following rules...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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Scottish Geographical Magazine, Volume 1; Volume 1885

Geography - 1885
...this brief statistical sketch. DP ORTHOGRAPHY FOR NATIVE NAMES OF PLACES.1 THE Council of the Royal Geographical Society have adopted the following rules...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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Library Journal, Volume 10

Melvil Dewey, Karl Brown, Bertine Emma Weston, Helen E. Wessells - Libraries - 1885
...Society, which we quote here from their Proceedings for August (PP- 535. 6). The Council of the Royal Geographical Society have adopted the following rules...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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The Canadian Record of Science, Volume 1

Natural history - 1885
...the following rules for such geographical names as are not, in the countries to which they helong, written in the Roman character. These rules are identical...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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The Canadian Record of Science, Volume 1

Natural history - 1885
...for such geographical names as are not, in the countries to which they belong, written in the Boman character. These rules are identical with those adopted...use Roman letters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, etc., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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A pronouncing vocabulary of modern geographical names

George Goudie Chisholm - Names, Geographical - 1885 - 103 pages
...adopted for the Admiralty charts, and will henceforth be used in all publications of the Society. I. No change will be made in the orthography of foreign...use Roman letters: thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Ac. , names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2. Neither will any change be made in the spelling...
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The Academy, Volume 28

English literature - 1885
...adopted for the Admiralty charts, and will henceforth be used in all publications of the society. 1 . Ņo change will be made in the orthography of foreign names in countries which use Roman [otters : thus Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, &c., names will be spelt as by the respective nations. 2....
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