Balaclava

Balaclava (Balacla`va) , a small port 6 m. SE. of Sebastopol, with a large land-locked basin; the head-quarters of the British during the Crimean war, and famous in the war, among other events, for the “Charge of the Six Hundred.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ba`laam * Balance of power
Bajazet` I.
Ba`jus, Michael
Baker, Mount
Baker, Sir Richard
Baker, Sir Samuel White
Bakshish
Baku
Baku`nin, Michael
Bala
Ba`laam
Balacla`va
Balance of power
Balance of trade
Balanoglos`sus
Balata
Bal`aton, Lake
Balbi, Adriano
Balbo, Cæsare
Balbo`a. Vasco Nuñez de
Baldachino
Bald`er