Botany Bay

Botany Bay, an inlet in New South Wales, 5 m. S. of Sydney; discovered by Captain Cook in 1770; so called, by Sir Joseph Banks, from the variety and beauty of its flora; was once an English convict settlement.

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

Bosworth, Joseph * Both, John and Andrew
Bos`suet, Jacques Bénigne
Bossut, Charles
Boston
Boston
Boston, Thomas
Boston Tea-party
Boswell, James
Boswell, Sir Alexander
Bosworth
Bosworth, Joseph
Botany Bay
Both, John and Andrew
Bothnia
Bothwell
Bothwell, James Hepburn
Botocudos
Bo-tree
Botta, Carlo Giuseppe
Botta, Paul Émile
Böttger
Botticelli, Sandro

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Dalrymple, Alexander
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