Barbadoes

Barbadoes (Barba`does) , one of the Windward Islands, rather larger than the Isle of Wight; almost encircled by coral reefs; is the most densely peopled of the Windward Islands; subject to hurricanes; healthy and well cultivated; it yields sugar, arrowroot, ginger, and aloes.

Population (circa 1900) given as 182,000.

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

Barbacan * Barbara, St.
Ba`obab
Baphomet
Baptism
Baptiste, Jean
Baptistry
Baptists
Baptismal Regeneration
Baraguay d'Hilliers`, Achille
Barataria
Barbacan
Barba`does
Barbara, St.
Barbarians
Barbarossa
Barbarossa
Barbarossa, Khair-Eddin
Barbaroux, Charles
Barbary ape
Barbary States
Barbauld, Anna Lætitia
Barbazan

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Ayscue, Sir George
Barrington, Hon. Samuel
Benbow, John
Charnock, John
Codrington, Christopher
Courten, William
Gadbury, John
Granville, George
Halley, Edmund
Harrison, John
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