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Xanadu. Xavier, At Socotra. Xerxes.

Ya-chau. Yachi (Yun-nan-fu), city. Yadah, Jadagari, Jadah-tash, science and stone of weather-conjurer. Yaik River.

Yaju, and Majuj, see Gog and Magog. Yak (dong), their tails carried to Venice; used in India for military decorations. Ya'kub Beg of Kasghar. Yakuts. Yalung River. Yam, or Yamb (a post-stage or post-house). Yamgan. Yang-chau (Yanju), city, Marco's government there. Yarbeg of Badakhshan. Yarkand (Yarcan). Yarligh and P'aizah. Yasdi (Yezd). - - silk tissue. Yashm, jade. Yasodhara, bride of Sakya Sinha. Yavanas. Yazdashir. Ydifu. Year, Chinese, Mongol and Chinese cycle. Yelimala, see Monte d'Ely. Yeliu Chutsai, statesman and astronomer. Yellow, or orthodox Lamas. Yemen (See also Aden.). Yeng-chau (in Shan-tung). - - (in Che-kiang). Yen-king (Old Peking). Yen-Ping. Yenshan. Yesubuka. Yesudar. Yesugai, father of Chinghiz. Yetsina (Etzina). Yezd (Yasdi), silk fabrics of. Yiu-ki River. Yoritomo, descendants of. Yonting Ho River. Yotkan, village. Youth, Island of. Yrac, province. Ysemain of Hiulie, western engineer. Yu, see Jade. Yuan Ho. Yu-chow, gold and silver mines. Yue-chi. Yuen, Mongol Imperial dynasty, so styled. Yuen-hao, kingdom of Tangut. Yuen ming-yuen, palace. Yuen shi, History of Mongol Dynasty in China. Yugria, or Yughra, in the Far North. Yuh-shan. Yule, Sir Henry, on Ravenala; on Maundeville. Yun-Hien, a Buddhist Abbot. Yung-chang fu (Shen-si). - - (Yun-nan, Vochan). Yung Lo, Emperor. Yun-nan (Carajan), province, conquerors of; Mahomedans. Yun-nan-fu city, see Yachi. Yurungkash (white Jade) River. Yusuf Kekfi. Yuthia, Ayuthia (Ayodhya), mediaeval capital of Siam. Yvo of Narbonne.

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