Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains, a range of thickly wooded mountains traversing Jamaica from E. to W., from 5000 to 7000 ft. in height; also a chain of mountains in New South Wales of two parallel ranges, with a deep chasm between, and full of gloomy ravines and beetling precipices, the highest 4100 ft.

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

Blücher * Blue Nose
Blondel
Blondin, Charles
Blood, Thomas, Colonel
Bloody Assizes
Bloody Bones
Bloody Statute
Bloomfleld, Robert
Blount, Charles
Blowpipe
Blücher
Blue Mountains
Blue Nose
Bluebeard
Blue-books
Blue-coat School
Blue-gown
Blue-stocking
Bluff Hal
Blum
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich
Blumenthal, Leonard von