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Paper 12: Sciota Revisited
Appendix 1b


Glossary of Names and Proper Nouns
in the Oberlin Spalding Mansucript










Spalding's Names and Proper Nouns

Section B: Glossary



All the spellings and references provided were extracted from special e-text of the On-line Spalding MS Concordance (now defunct). The citation numbers for each word indicate the pages and lines where that word occurs in the original Oberlin manuscript. Readers who have only the LDS 1910 edition or the BYU 1996 edition may wish to convert the Oberlin MS page numbers to those of their printed texts by consulting the Spalding MS Editions Paging Cross-Index.

Click on any word link to view that entry in the Names and Proper Nouns Section1: Table 1 (a tabulated listing off all names in the MS, including printed variations).




Names beginning with: A - G


001: America
01 and that part of America which extends along the Great Lakes
     ObMs 003:08
02 Author's Life and of His Arrival in America
     ObMs 005:18
03 to prevent their production in America as well as in Asia
     ObMs 051:08

002: Asia
01 to prevent their production in America as well as in Asia
     ObMs 051:08xxx
02 systems of theology in Europe and Asia and some things which have
     ObMs 056:09

003: Atlantic
01 tribes of savages who live along the coasts of the Atlantic
     ObMs 040:08

004: Baska
derivation: unknown (possibly from an American Indian word)
The great religious and civil reformer of the Ohians. Among the descendants of his four sons were the leading families of Sciota and Kentuck. In editing or re-writing his story Spalding added the prefix "Lo" to this name and most of his information on the character is found under "Lobaska." (see: #061)
01 Chapter VIII An Account of Baska: Among the great and illustrious
     ObMs 064:08
02 Baska is entitled to a conspicuous place
     ObMs 064:12
03 Baska was grave, solemn, and sedate; reserved
     ObMs 064:20-21

005: Bithawan
derivation: unknown; has the same suffix as "Deliwan"
An aged councilor in the court of Rambock, the Emperor of Sciota.
01 1 venerable Boakin and Bithawan opposed the torrent, and stood
     ObMs 130:33-34
02 all the reasoning of the venerable Boakin and Bithawan
     ObMs 131:05-06

006: Boakin (also: "Boakim")
derivation: unknown; possibly from "Boaz" + "Jachin/Joachim"
An aged councilor in the court of Rambock, the Emperor of Sciota.
01 At length the venerable Boakin arose. "I must beg" says he
     ObMs 127:07
02 Boakin would have proceeded, but Hamkol rose and
     ObMs 129:01
03 much brass and strong lungs and would be heard further than Boakin
     ObMs 129:03-04
04 But the venerable Boakin and Bithawan opposed the torrent
     ObMs 130:34-35
05 he reasoning of the venerable Boakin and Bithawan
     ObMs 131:05-06

007: Bombal
derivation: unknown; has the same "al/ol"suffix as "Sambal" and "Hamkol;" it was
originally written "Bambo," with the disyllable "ambo," as in "Rambock," "Lambon," etc.

The King of Kentuck before Lobaska's imperial establishment in that realm.
01 Bombal, the King of the Kentucks, a nation which lived on the
     ObMs 071:06-08
02 Bombal was the most haughty and powerful prince, who reigned
     ObMs 071:11-13
03 Bombal, with their unanimous consent, dispatched a messenger
     ObMs 072:11-13
04 "Thus saith Bombal, the King of Kings and the most
     ObMs 072:14-15
05 to comply with the haughty demand of Bombal, by tearing the
     ObMs 073:15-16
06 fs. At the head of this army, Bombal began his march
     ObMs 075:11-12
07 Bombal halted and formed his men in two ranks
     ObMs 075:19-20
08 Bombal, observing this, commanded [his men] to rush
     ObMs 076:22-23
09 Nor did this complete the misfortune of the army of Bombal
     ObMs 077:07-08
10 Bombal had now recovered from his surprise and seeing the
     ObMs 078:03-04
11 "What are your terms?" says Bombal
     ObMs 079:11-12
12 "Your proposal, says Bombal, is generous
     ObMs 079:16
13 Bombal had become so captivated with Lobaska that he solicited
     ObMs 082:06-07
14 Even Bombal himself declared that the termination of the war
     ObMs 084:13-14
15 Lobaska made a second visit to Bombal, King of Kentuck
     ObMs 090:19-20
16 his plan of revolution to Bombal who cordially acquiesced.
     ObMs 091:02-03

008: Britain
01 "Fabius, you must go to Britain and carry an important [letter]
     ObMs 006:23-24
02 arrived near the coasts of Britain when a tremendous storm arose
     ObMs 007:05-07
03 on board, as passengers, to visit certain friends they had in Britain
     ObMs 015:11-13

009: Catarangus (mistaken listing in the Concordance for "Cataraugus")
derivation: from the Cataraugus Indian tribe, whose reservation is now located
very near the town of Angola, on the shore of Lake Erie in western NY

A kingdom in the Empire of Sciota, probably located at the east end of Lake Erie
01 Nunapon, the King of Catarangus, was prompt to comply with the
     ObMs 135:33-34
02 within one day after the King of Catarangus had arrived.
     ObMs 136:16-17

010: Chaldea
01 Egypt and Chaldea contended for the honor
     ObMs 050:21
02 the world produce as great geniuses as Egypt or Chaldea
     ObMs 051:04-06

011: Chiauga
derivation: unknown, possibly from "Cayuga" an American Indian tribe
A kingdom in the Empire of Sciota, probably located near Lake Erie
01 Habolan, King of Chiauga, was the next proud chief who appeared
     ObMs 135:01-02
02 Hanock was engaged in battle with Habolan, King of Chiauga
     ObMs 149:06-07

012: Christian(s)
01 as good-hearted a Christian as any of your white damsels.
     ObMs 019:14-15
02 they not fulfilled the law of Christian charity?
     ObMs 037:14-15
03 O that they were good Christians. May God forgive
     ObMs 037:15-16

013: Conco
derivation: unknown, has the same co/ko suffix as "Gamanko," "Labanco," etc.
Chief Captain in the Kentuck Division Commanded by Hanock
01 He then directed Conco, his chief captain, to pursue the
     ObMs 162:24
02 Conco overtook and killed about a thousand
     ObMs 162:26-27

014: Coneaught
derivation: unknown, perhaps from anAmerican Indian or Gaelic word
A creek or small river in Ashtabula county, OH (Conneaut Creek)
01 Near the west bank of the Coneaught River there are the remains
     ObMs 001:01-02

015: Constantine
the Roman Emperor (b. c. 280) who made Christianity the state religion
01 At the time that Constantine arrived at that city and had
     ObMs 006:12-13

016: Crito
derivation: probably from "Crito" the friend and debator of Socrates before his death
A mariner from Fabius' ship; later Fabius' personal servant; he had special compassion
for the Indians and wished to inter-marry with them
01 1 and observing to honest Crito that he was at liberty to make
     ObMs 019:21-22
02 For this purpose my man Crito, and myself, and a Deliwan for an
     ObMs 034:02-03
03 I observed honest Crito shedding tears very plentifully.
     ObMs 037:01-03

017: Deliwah
derivation: from the "Delaware" American Indian group, tribes of which inhabited lands from Delaware to Kentucky
The Delaware River, which forms the eastern border of PA
01 which runs between the Deliwah River and the Great Mountain
     ObMs 037:22

018: Deliwan(s) (Deliwannucks)
derivation: from the "Delaware" American Indians; the discarded "nuck" suffix is similar to the adjective ending on Indian tribal names like "Susquehannock" (cf: "Kentuck")
The Indian tribe which first befriends the lost Romans in the New World
01 were called in their language Deliwannucks
     ObMs 020:18-19
02 thus ornamented a Deliwannuck made a most terrific appearance
     ObMs 021:24-26
03 Chorus Deliwan to chahee poloo, Manegango farwah
     ObMs 026:21-22
04 Crito, and myself, and a Deliwan for an interpreter, set off
     ObMs 034:03-04
05 same kind of people as the Deliwans, until we came to a great mount
     ObMs 034:05-06
06 thus having resided among the Deliwans two years
     ObMs 036:12-13
07 kind and generous these poor Deliwans have been to us, I cannot help
     ObMs 037:05-07

019: Deliwan
derivation: from the "Delaware" American Indians
One of the villages of the "Deliwans" and the region round about
01 day after our departure from Deliwan
     ObMs 038:14-15
02 they had established at Deliwan and all things proceeded in peace
     ObMs 039:16-17


020: Drofalick
derivation: unknown; has the same suffix as "Hamelick"
A false prophet in the city of Tolanga
01 Drofalick their chief prophet extended his arms and cast up his eyes
     ObMs 125:27-28
02 Drafolick ended his prophesy
     ObMs 126:05

021: Egypt
01 Egypt and Chaldea contended for the honor
     ObMs 050:21
02 as great geniuses as Egypt or Chaldea
     ObMs 051:04-05

022: Elseon
derivation: unknown; has a pronunciation similar to "Helicon"
The Prince of Kentuck; eldest son of Emperor Hamboon; he is the main protagonist
and is, perhaps, styled after "Young Prince" Demetrius in Livy's History of Rome
01 Elseon, for this was the name of the young Prince, was
     ObMs 104:20-21
02 this imperial damsel attracted the attention of Elseon
     ObMs 105:01-02
03 possessed the native courage, resolution, and perseverance of Elseon
     ObMs 105:13-14
04 description which he gives of Elseon, to whom he attaches
     ObMs 105:26-27
05 After Elseon had firmly determined to marry Lamesa
     ObMs 106:01-02
06 finally agreed that Elseon should make known to the Emperor
     ObMs 107:03-04
07 Signed, Elseon, Prince of Kentuck."
     ObMs 108:05
08 Helicon, an intimate friend of Elseon
     ObMs 108:06-07
09 the more liberal sort vindicated the cause of Elseon
     ObMs 108:29
10 "To our Best Beloved Cousin Elseon, Prince of Kentuck
     ObMs 109:03
11 As Elseon had been informed of the complexion which his
     ObMs 109:18
12 and had not Elseon received her into his arms, perhaps
     ObMs 110:01-02
13 "is it possible, O Elseon, to disregard the authority of
     ObMs 110:13-14
14 if he should command you" says Elseon, "to marry the King
     ObMs 110:15-16
15 She fell into the arms of Elseon
     ObMs 110:33-34
16 Elseon rubbed her temples and hands
     ObMs 110:34-35
17 Elseon to his inexpressible joy, felt her pulse
     ObMs 111:01-02
18 "I am your protector." says Elseon. "I am your friend
     ObMs 111:13-14
19 "No longer," she replies, "O Elseon, can I refuse my consent
     ObMs 111:18-19
20 Yes, Elseon, I will go with you and place my happiness
     ObMs 111:21-22
21 At this resolution Elseon was transported with joy
     ObMs 111:28
22 Elseon replied that he was not fond of much parade
     ObMs 111:35-36
23 Elseon took an affectionate leave of the Emperor
     ObMs 112:05
24 Elseon was transported with joy. He prest her to his
     ObMs 112:12-13
25 the invention and ingenuity of Elseon must now be employed
     ObMs 112:16-17
26 Elseon replied that those sentiments would meet the
     ObMs 113:08-09
27 this parade indicates no flight of Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 113:18-19
28 none appeared more so than Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 113:23
29 The next day Elseon requested the company of his dear
     ObMs 113:24
30 friend more dear, her beloved Elseon, with his companions
     ObMs 114:04
31 Elseon and Lamesa were the first that entered the boat
     ObMs 114:09-10
32 And such was Elseon's engagedness and anxiety to secu
     ObMs 114:10-11
33 Elseon clapped his hands and spoke aloud
     ObMs 114:13-14
34 those who beheld Lamesa did not blame Elseon
     ObMs 114:25-26
35 Elseon found no difficulty in obtaining his consent
     ObMs 114:28-29
36 day after their arrival, Elseon and Lamesa with each of them
     ObMs 114:30-31
37 and united Elseon and Lamesa in the bond of wedlock
     ObMs 115:04-05
38 and cried, "Long live Elseon and Lamesa!"
     ObMs 115:10-11
39 the Reader will recollect that Elseon and his friends left
     ObMs 115:16
40 stopped to take their leave of Elseon
     ObMs 115:23-24
41 Their speed was nearly equal to that of Elseon.
     ObMs 116:03
42 Lamesa has been seduced by Elseon to leave our company unperceived
     ObMs 116:07-08
43 we attended Elseon a small distance from the village
     ObMs 116:15
44 to become the wife of Elseon and the Empress of Kentuck
     ObMs 118:24-25
45 opinion that the offense of Elseon required reparation
     ObMs 119:20-21
46 in sending Elseon, the heir-apparent to your crown
     ObMs 120:30-31
47 signified our pleasure that Elseon would not insist on our compliance
     ObMs 121:09-10
48 the debates were proceeding, Elseon rose
     ObMs 122:28
49 resentment of the people against Elseon and the whole Empire
     ObMs 125:11-12
50 Avenge the crime of Elseon
     ObMs 125:33
51 Sciota shall avenge the crime of Elseon
     ObMs 126:04-05
52 my loving sparks, Elseon and Lamesa, what makes you
     ObMs 126:22
53 Why, Elseon says he has outwitted the Sciotan
     ObMs 126:23-24
54 We will avenge the crime of Elseon
     ObMs 126:29-30
55 unless we avenge the crime of Elseon
     ObMs 126:31-32
56 a recantation for Elseon's crime and to pay us almost any
     ObMs 127:05
57 As to the great crime of Elseon, no one presumes to present
     ObMs 127:14
58 atonement made for the crime of Elseon
     ObMs 127:21
59 And why must the offense of Elseon be singular?
     ObMs 128:19-20
60 had taken great umbrage at Elseon for saying that the priesthood
     ObMs 129:24-25
61 Elseon, the heir-apparent to the imperial
     ObMs 130:01
62 his malice against Elseon for saying that the priesthood had
     ObMs 130:26
63 attended by his two sons, Elseon and Hanock, and by his councilor
     ObMs 139:05-06
64 As soon as Elseon heard the news of their
     ObMs 140:33
65 "O Elseon, were it not for you I should be
     ObMs 141:08
66 Have you and I, my dear Elseon, produced these dreadful calamities
     ObMs 141:17-18
67 "Yes," says Elseon, "and when you have done that
     ObMs 142:03
68 Elseon then, embracing his wife, said
     ObMs 142:17-18
69 of these bands were given to Elseon, Labanco, Hanock, and
     ObMs 145:06-07
70 It was Elseon's fortune to attack the division
     ObMs 147:18-19
71 Elseon says, "He shall feel the effects
     ObMs 148:02
72 and Elseon and Hamkol met in the center of
     ObMs 148:04-05
73 He spoke and Elseon replied. "Art thou Hamkol
     ObMs 148:07-08
74 and, had not Elseon defended himself from the blow
     ObMs 148:10-11
75 But quick as the lightning Elseon darted his sword
     ObMs 148:11-12
76 ample revenge for the crime [of] Elseon
     ObMs 163:06
77 better man than your beloved Elseon
     ObMs 165:11-12
78 arrested by the appearance of Elseon at the head of thirty
     ObMs 165:24-25
79 Elseon, observing this, commanded his
     ObMs 166:04
80 stimulated for the combat, did Elseon tarry, but marched
     ObMs 166:28
81 Helicon, the intimate friend of Elseon, beheld Sambal
     ObMs 167:05-06
82 A messenger ran and told Elseon of the fate of Helicon
     ObMs 167:17-18
83 Elseon could not refrain from tears for
     ObMs 167:21-22
84 "Vain boaster," says Elseon, "I rejoice to meet you
     ObMs 168:14
85 aimed a thrust of his sword at Elseon's heart
     ObMs 168:19-20
86 but Elseon turned the point of his sword from
     ObMs 168:20
87 But Elseon, quick as the lightning, sprang
     ObMs 168:26
88 common man to lift, he threw it at Elseon
     ObMs 168:31-32
89 and had not Elseon bowed his head, his brains must
     ObMs 168:32-33
90 Elseon, regardless of his cap, ran swiftly
     ObMs 169:03
91 "No peace" says Elseon, "do I desire with a man whose
     ObMs 169:08-09
92 Elseon pursued them with his warriors an
     ObMs 169:13-14
93 owing to the great anxiety of Elseon and his warriors
     ObMs 169:18-19
94 Elseon and his army returned in great haste
     ObMs 169:22
95 and of Elseon's warriors who had fallen by the
     ObMs 169:28-29
96 the intimate friend of Elseon and the other of Lamesa.
     ObMs 169:31-32
97 When Elseon had entered the fort, he found
     ObMs 170:20
98 Says Elseon: "For this honorable treatment
     ObMs 170:25
99 tell your friends that Elseon will not hurt an enemy
     ObMs 170:27-28
100 The time of Elseon was precious
     ObMs 170:30
101 he concluded to wait until Elseon's return
     ObMs 171:17 102 and Elseon had returned with the joyful news
     ObMs 171:20-21

023: Erie (modernization of Spalding's "Eri")
derivation: from the Erie American Indian Tribe
01 And also along the great Lakes of Erie and Michigan
     ObMs 101:29

024: Europe
01 to prosecute our journey to Europe
     ObMs 038:22
02 extent and perfection as in Europe
     ObMs 045:03
03 comparison with the civilized nations of Europe
     ObMs 046:16-17
04 systems of theology in Europe and Asia
     ObMs 056:09
05 fondness and familiarity, which in Europe
     ObMs 096:09
06 in this country than in Europe
     ObMs 100:03

025: Europeans
01 Earth will be inhabited by Europeans
     ObMs 005:20-21
02 was different from that of the polished Europeans
     ObMs 095:08

026: Fabius derivation: from the family of that name in Livy's History of Rome
The narrator of most of Spalding's story; a secretary to the Roman Emperor
Constantine and the leader of an inadvertant Roman colonization of North America
01 My name is Fabius
     ObMs 006:06
02 The family name I sustain is Fabius
     ObMs 006:06-07
03 Fabius, you must go to Britain and carry an
     ObMs 006:23-24

027: Gamanko (originally: "Ganack")
derivation: unknown; possibly styled after "Himilco" in Livy's History of Rome;
has the same co/ko suffix as "Labanco" and "Conco"

A councilor in the court of Rambock, the Emperor of Sciota.
01 The other two councilors -- Hamkol and Gamanko, gave their
     ObMs 131:02-03
02 The other two councilors, Hamkol and Gamanko, joining the 131:06-07
     ObMs

028: Gamba
derivation: unknown; perhaps from an Italian word ("Gamba" is one kind of a viola); it has the same "amb" syllable as do many Ms names
The capital city of Kentuck; near modern Frankfort or Lexington, Kentucky
01 the royal city of Gamba, which is situate[d] on the River
     ObMs 082:09-10
02 to establish a school at Gamba
     ObMs 082:17-18
03 and Gamba on the River Kentuk
     ObMs 085:08-09
04 the cities of Tolanga and Gamba -- whose
     ObMs 085:12
05 Hamback was present at the city of Gamba
     ObMs 090:21-22
06 we will be within ten days at the city of Gamba
     ObMs 111:16-17
07 They at length arrive at the great city of Gamba
     ObMs 114:19
08 he has succeeded in transporting to the city of Gamba
     ObMs 121:23-24
09 Lamesa is doubtless with you in the city of Gamba
     ObMs 121:24
10 He repaired to Gamba, and there he
     ObMs 121:25
11 Lamesa is doubtless with you in the city of Gamba
     ObMs 131:27-28
12 to march to the City of Gamba
     ObMs 139:02
13 marched his whole army towards the city of Gamba
     ObMs 156:13-14
14 They arived before the City of Gamba
     ObMs 156:24
15 all the plunder they had taken in the city of Gamba
     ObMs 160:20-21

029: Geheno
derivation: biblical valley of Gehenna (Hinnom) -- a place of hellish death
A great plain on the Kentuck side of the River Ohio were a terrible battle was fought
01 and paraded on the great plain of Geheno
     ObMs 142:27-28
02 the great battle on the plains of Geheno
     ObMs 151:01-02
03 and the great battle of Geheno
     ObMs 153:19-20
04 and the great battle of Geheno they fought
     ObMs 154:23
05 Fight as you did at the great battle of Geheno
     ObMs 166:23-24

030: Geneseo
derivation: from "Zon-esche-o" (Genesee); Iroquois for "beautiful valley"; there are towns named "Geneseo," both in IL and NY
A kingdom in the Empire of Sciota, located east of Lake Erie
01 far behind appeared Ramack the King of Geneseo
     ObMs 136:12





Names beginning with: H-L



031: Habolan (also: "Habelan")
derivation: unknown
the King of Chiauga; a vassal of Rambock of Sciota
01 Habolan, King of Chiauga was the next proud chief who
     ObMs 135:01
02 Hanock was engaged in battle with Habolan King of Chiauga
     ObMs 149:06-07

032: Hadokam (also: "Hadocam") derivation: unknown; one of many Ms names
with the "am" and "oc/ok" syllables

the King of Sciota and foe of King Bombal in the days of Lobaska
01 umbrage against Hadokam the King of Sciota
     ObMs 071:10-11
02 dispatched a messenger to Hadokam
     ObMs 072:12-13
03 Hadokam replied, tell your Master
     ObMs 073:01
04 In the meantime Hadokam brought into the field
     ObMs 075:03
05 came in view of the army of Hadokam
     ObMs 075:16-17
06 Hadokam had by this time, formed his army
     ObMs 076:12-23
07 The retreating army of Hadokam immediately returned
     ObMs 077:14-15
08 "Here I am," says Hadokam
     ObMs 078:07-08
09 "Your request," says Hadokam "is granted"
     ObMs 078:17
10 every attention was paid by Hadokam and his chiefs
     ObMs 079:05-06
11 Hadokam made a sumptuous entertainment
     ObMs 079:07-08
12 "Lobaska," says Hadokam, "shall be our Arbitrator"
     ObMs 079:12
13 When Hadokam King of Sciota had received this
     ObMs 089:10

033: Haloon (also, possibly: "Hakoon")
derivation: unknown; one of many Ms names with the "ha" and "oon/on" syllables
an officer (perhaps a chief) in the army of Rambock of Sciota
01 Haloon with a party of Sciotans had overtaken Hamko
     ObMs 155:21-22
02 but turning his eyes round he beheld Haloon
     ObMs 155:23
03 Scarce had he spoken and Haloon plunged his sword
     ObMs 155:29
04 Kelsock instantly rushed upon Haloon
     ObMs 155:31

034: Hamack derivation: unknown; one of many Ms names with the "ham" syllable (these names are perhaps styled after the Carthaginian names beginning with "H" in Livy's History of Rome: "Hanno," Hannibal," "Himilco," etc.)
a Sciotan prophet, seer, and revelator who used a peepstone to uncover hidden treasures and to discern works of darkness
01 Hamack then arose and in his hand he held a stone
     ObMs 126:05-06
02 Hamack was proceeding with such nonsensical visions
     ObMs 126:25

035: Hamback derivation: unknown; one of many names with "ham" or "amb" syllables
the second eldest of Lobaska's four sons; he was the first emperor of Kentuck
01 His second son whose name was Hamback
     ObMs 090:21
02 agreed to place Hamback on the throne of the empire south
     ObMs 091:04-05

036: Hamboon derivation: unknown; perhaps styled after a Carthaginian name
(see #034); one of many Ms names with "ham," "amb," or "oon" syllables

a descendant of Hamback and the Emperor of Kentuck some 480 years later;
the father of the "Young Prince" Elseon
01 the eldest son of Hamboon the Emperor of Kentuck
     ObMs 104:08-09
02 parade which was made at the court of Hamboon
     ObMs 114:21-22
03 Hamboon was not very punctilious in his regard
     ObMs 114:27
04 When Hamboon had received this Letter, he immediately
     ObMs 122:06
05 Signed Hamboon Emperor of Kentuck
     ObMs 124:27
06 I behold Hamboon with all his priests and great officers
     ObMs 126:13-14
07 He laid before them the letter of Hamboon
     ObMs 127:02-03
08 brave warriors into the dominions of Hamboon
     ObMs 129:10
08 Labanco the brother and evoy of Hamboon
     ObMs 131:19-20
10 Labanco had presented to Hamboon the Emperor
     ObMs 138:29
11 Hamboon, attended by his two sons, Elseon and Hanock
     ObMs 139:05
12 Hamboon mounted on an eligant horse
     ObMs 142:22
13 Hamboon then commanded his principal officers
     ObMs 142:33
14 Hamboon saw them begining to move
     ObMs 146:01
15 within a small distance of Hamboon's army
     ObMs 146:09
16 Hamboon commanded his men to face their pursuers
     ObMs 150:31-32
17 Hamboon dispached a Messenger to Rambock
     ObMs 151:22
18 Hamboon on the next day marched towards them
     ObMs 153:28
19 which was to provoke Hamboon to attack
     ObMs 154:06
20 But it was Hamboon's policy by placing garrisons
     ObMs 154:08
21 In the dominions of Hamboon there lived two young men
     ObMs 154:18
22 They joined the standard of Hamboon
     ObMs 154:22
23 nor was it known by Hamboon that
     ObMs 156:15
24 prevented by the arrival of Hamboon with his army
     ObMs 158:11-12
25 lest Hamboon should not arive in season
     ObMs 158:25
26 Hamboon and his Army had arrived within
     ObMs 158:28
27 when they beheld Hamboon's army marching
     ObMs 159:19
28 He immediately dispached an express to Hamboon
     ObMs 161:04-05
29 to carry into effect the order of Hamboon
     ObMs 162:27
30 in order to cooperate with Hamboon
     ObMs 163:21-22
31 the situation of Hamboon's might require
     ObMs 171:06
32 marched with the remainder . . . towards Hamboon's encampment.
     ObMs 171:09-10
33 but perceiving that Hamboon had been
     ObMs 171:13
34 As for Hamboon he concluded to wait
     ObMs 171:17-17

037: Hamelick
derivation: unknown; has the same suffix as does "Drofalick"
An officer in the army of Ulipoon, King of Michigan
01 Taboon made his attack on the division of Ulipoon commanded by Hamelick
     ObMs 149:23-24
02 Hamelick himself was slain
     ObMs 149:30

038: Hamko (originally: "Hamkien")
derivation: unknown; one of many Ms. names with "ham" and "ko" syllables;
this character was styled after "Euryalus" in Virgil's Aeneid

A young Kentuck warrior; he joined his lover, Kelsock, in a rash night-time raid
against the Sciotans and was killed
01 Kelsock, who was the oldest, says to Hamko
     ObMs 154:28
02 "Your plan," replied Hamko, "is excellent"
     ObMs 154:34-35
03 Kelsock and Hamko had nearly gained the encampment
     ObMs 155:20
04 Haloon with a party of Sciotans had overtaken Hamko
     ObMs 155:21-22
05 Haloon plunged his sword into the heart of Hamko
     ObMs 155:29-30
06 prostrate he tumbled at the feet of Hamko
     ObMs 155:32-33

039: Hamkol
derivation: unknown; one of many names with "ham" and "ko" syllables
A young councilor and officer in the service of Rambock of Sciota
01 But Hamkol rose and interrupted
     ObMs 129:01-02
02 Hamkol and Gamanko gave their vote for war
     ObMs 131:02-03
03 The other two councilors Hamkol and Gamanko
     ObMs 131:06-07
04 he met Hamkol at the head of many thousand Sciotans
     ObMs 147:22-23
05 Hamkol beheld the young Prince
     ObMs 147:23-24
06 Elseon and Hamkol met in the center of their divisions
     ObMs 148:04-05
07 "I have found you," says Hamkol, "perfiduous Monster"
     ObMs 148:05-06
08 Art thou Hamkol the councilor of Rambock?
     ObMs 148:08
09 Hamkol raised his sword and had not Elseon defended
     ObMs 148:09-10
10 Hamkol gnashed his teeth together and . . . expired
     ObMs 148:13-14

040: Hamul
derivation: unknown; one of many Ms. names with a"ham" prefix;
has the same suffix as "Ulipoon's" prefix

A councilor and officer in the service of of Hamboon of Kentuck
01 two coucilors of the Emperor, Hamul and Taboon
     ObMs 145:07-08
02 Hamul and Taboon, who led on the other reserved bands
     ObMs 149:14-15
03 Hamul compelled to the division commanded by Sabamah to fall back
     ObMs 149:16-17

041: Hanock (also: "Hanuck")
derivation: unknown; cf. "Hanuck,""Kentuck," and Deliwannuck"
The younger son of Hamboon of Kentuck; brother of Prince Elseon
01 Hamboon, attended by his two sons, Elseon and Hanock
     ObMs 139:05
02 these bands were given to Elseon, Labanko, Hanock, and
     ObMs 145:06-07
03 Hanock
     ObMs 148:23
04 During this slaughter . . . Hanock was engaged in battle
     ObMs 149:05-06
05 he ordered Hanock, his son, to march
     ObMs 159:22-23
06 whom Hanock had sent forward to make discoveries
     ObMs 161:02-03
07 Hanock's devision were not discovered by Ulipoon
     ObMs 161:09-10
08 Hanock pursued him, but was careful
     ObMs 161:15-16
09 During the night Hanock made his arrangements
     ObMs 161:17-18
10 Hanock beheld this ill-fated prince
     ObMs 162:11
11 The gallant Hanock dropped a tear
     ObMs 162:19
12 in the direction where Hanock had encamped
     ObMs 163:21
13 a small party in advance, discovered Hanock's warriors
     ObMs 163:25-26
14 he, as soon as the light should appear, would attack Hanock
     ObMs 163:28-29
15 and in fighting Hanock the little band
     ObMs 166:01
16 the little band of desperate heroes whom Hanock commanded.
     ObMs 166:02
17 it was Rambock's intention to have attacked Hanock
     ObMs 171:12
18 ready to cooperate with Hanock's division
     ObMs 171:15

042: Helicon
derivation: from "Helicon" in Virgil's Aeneid; also the mountain in Greece sacred to the Muses
An officer in the service of Rambock of Kentuck; Prince Elseon's best friend
01 presented to the Emperor, by Helicon, an intimate friend of Elseon
     ObMs 108:06-07
02 then took a seat & informed told Helicon that he
     ObMs 108:09
03 Helicon the intimate friend of Elseon beheld Sambal
     ObMs 167:05-06
04 When Helicon beheld him, his youthful mind
     ObMs 167:08-09
05 his sword he struck Helicon's head from his body
     ObMs 167:13
06 A messenger ran & told Elseon of the fate of Helicon
     ObMs 167:17-18
07 "Ah Helicon," says he, "thou hast been more dear"
     ObMs 167:22-23
08 & cut off the head of Helicon
     ObMs 168:08-09
09 as those of Helicon and Heliza
     ObMs 169:30-31
10 Had Helicon known when he attacked the savage
     ObMs 170:09-10
11 and Helicon would assend and conduct her
     ObMs 170:16

043: Heliza
derivation: unknown; perhaps a feminization of "Helicon"
The friend of Princess Lamesa of Sciota; later the fiancˇe of Helicon
01 Lamesa & her friend Heliza were in a room
     ObMs 141:02
02 but was prevented by Heliza who steped betwen them
     ObMs 164:22-23
03 my dear friend, -- the amiable, the innocent Heliza
     ObMs 165:02
04 as those of Helicon and Heliza
     ObMs 169:30-31
05 complishments of the fair Heliza
     ObMs 170:08
06 assassinated his beloved Heliza
     ObMs 170:11
07 represented the aerial form of Heliza as arriving
     ObMs 170:14-15

044: Indians
01 who far exceeded the present race of Indians
     ObMs 001:06-07

045: Italy
01 Italy will grow up in this wilderness
     ObMs 019:01

046: Jeshurun
derivation: Hebrew poetic parallel name for "Israel"
01 kicked against the wind like Jeshuran waxed fat
     ObMs 028:17-18

047: Jesus Christ
01 to believe in the religion of Jesus Christ
     ObMs 015:04

048: Kalo
derivation: unknown
fourth son of Lobaska and first High Priest of Kentuck
01 His youngest son, Kalo, attended him
     ObMs 091:01
02 to ordain Kalo as their high priest
     ObMs 091:06-07

049: Kelsock
derivation: unknown; one of many Ms. names with an "ock" suffix;
"els" also occurs in "Elseon"; this character was styled after "Nisus" in Virgil's Aeneid

A young Kentuck warrior; he joined his lover, Hamko, in a rash night-time raid
01 Kelsock, who was the oldest, says
     ObMs 154:27
02 Kelsock and Hamko had nearly gained the encampment
     ObMs 155:20 03 Kelsock was so far in advance, that he was now safe
     ObMs 155:22
04 Kelsock turned instantly, and running furiously back
     ObMs 155:25
05 Kelsock instantly rushed upon Haloon
     ObMs 155:31
06 but Kelsock could not long survive
     ObMs 155:33

050: Kentuck
derivation: from the "Kentucky" river
Originally an Ohian kingdom located south of the Ohio River; Lobaska formed
this region into one of the two Ohian empires
01 ye princes of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 079:19
02 in any part of the dominions of Kentuck
     ObMs 080:19-20
03 on the part of the princes of Kentuck
     ObMs 081:02
04 the introduction of schools in Kentuck
     ObMs 081:21-22
05 to the respective kings of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 086:05-06
06 a second viset to Bombal king of Kentuck
     ObMs 090:20
07 When the two Empires of Sciota and Kentuck had commenced
     ObMs 093:05-06
08 yet the two Empires of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 100:08
09 the Emperor of Kentuck arived at the city
     ObMs 104:09
10 The crown of Kentuck will be like a rock on my head
     ObMs 106:13-14
11 Signed. Elseon, Prince of Kentuck
     ObMs 108:05
12 our best beloved cousin Elseon, Prince of Kentuck
     ObMs 109:03
13 on his return to Kentuck
     ObMs 112:26-27
14 an inviolable peace with the goverment of Kentuck
     ObMs 113:07-08
15 shall soon be the Princeess of Kentuck
     ObMs 114:17
16 and was on her way to Kentuck
     ObMs 115:28
17 and has gone with him to Kentuck
     ObMs 116:08
18 the young prince to Kentuck
     ObMs 116:22
19 to the imperial crown of Kentuck
     ObMs 118:10
20 the wife of Elseon and the Empress of Kentuck
     ObMs 118:24-25
21 By the mock Prince of Kentuck
     ObMs 119:05-06
22 by the young Prince of Kentuck
     ObMs 119:33
23 dispatched to the Emperor of Kentuck
     ObMs 120:26-27
24 has now become the Princess of Kentuck
     ObMs 124:11
25 Signed Hamboon Emperor of Kentuck
     ObMs 124:27
26 Elseon and the whole Empire of Kentuck
     ObMs 125:12
27 and deluge the fair Land of Kentuck
     ObMs 125:31
28 the goverment of Kentuck had refused
     ObMs 127:03-04
29 compel the goverment of Kentuck
     ObMs 127:21-22
30 have the preeminence over Kentuck
     ObMs 129:18-19
31 to the imperial throne of Kentuck
     ObMs 130:02
32 against the goverment and Empire of Kentuck
     ObMs 131:10
33 the inhabitants of the Empire of Kentuck
     ObMs 131:12-13
34 The young Prince of Kentuck is the monster
     ObMs 137:06
35 if the Emperor of Kentuck would restore
     ObMs 137:10-11
36 blood shall deluge the fair Land of Kentuck
     ObMs 137:28-29
37 began their march towards the Land of Kentuck
     ObMs 138:15
39 take a view of the proceedings in Kentuck
     ObMs 138:27-28
40 to Hamboon the Emperor of Kentuck
     ObMs 138:29-30
41 the Kentuck bands, led on by their heroic
     ObMs 147:05
42 beloved by the subjects of the Empire of Kentuck
     ObMs 148:22
43 The Kentuck Army were were unable to continue
     ObMs 150:24-25
44 Being informed by a trecherous Kentuck
     ObMs 157:12-13
45 But expecting the Kentuck Army to arrive
     ObMs 158:07-08
46 I will restore peace to Kentuck
     ObMs 169:07
47 A Kentuck Bard represented the aerial form
     ObMs 170:13-14

051: Kentucks
derivation: from the "Kentucky" river
The Ohian people living in "Kentuck," south of the Ohio
01 Bombal the king of the Kentucks
     ObMs 071:06-07
02 the king and chiefs of the Kentucks
     ObMs 071:16-17
03 the opinion of the Kentucks
     ObMs 072:05
04 The indignant king of the Kentucks
     ObMs 075:05-06
05 As the Kentucks approached within a small distance
     ObMs 076:16-17
06 the reserved corps of the Kentucks
     ObMs 077:10-11
07 the Kentucks returned in peace
     ObMs 079:01
08 in the treaty with the Kentucks
     ObMs 081:21
09 the Sciotans and the Kentucks had maintained
     ObMs 103:19
10 upon the reserved corps of the Kentucks
     ObMs 117:14-15
11 furious charge upon the Kentucks
     ObMs 146:19
12 excited in the minds of the Kentucks
     ObMs 148:28
13 the other reserved bands of the Kentucks
     ObMs 149:15
14 if the Kentucks had been permited to continue
     ObMs 150:08
15 full in the faces of the Kentucks
     ObMs 150:19
16 in the rear of the Kentucks
     ObMs 150:29
17 overtaken or met by parties of the Kentucks
     ObMs 153:33-34
18 The extermination of the Kentucks appeared
     ObMs 154:02-03
19 gained the encampment of the Kentucks
     ObMs 155:20-21
20 As soon as the Kentucks perceived that
     ObMs 156:16-17
21 this gallant and desparate band of Kentucks
     ObMs 157:02
22 to fall upon the rear of the Kentucks
     ObMs 157:15-16
23 to measure swords with the Kentucks
     ObMs 159:15-16
24 and storm the fort of the Kentucks
     ObMs 160:07
25 they met the deadly spears of the Kentucks
     ObMs 161:30-31
26 to steal a march on the Kentucks
     ObMs 163:14
27 without being perceived by the Kentucks
     ObMs 163:19
28 As the Kentucks were unprepared
     ObMs 164:07-08
29 The Kentucks are marching with a prodigious army
     ObMs 165:14-15
30 go and destroy that army of Kentucks
     ObMs 165:19
31 the Kentucks were all anxious
     ObMs 171:21-22

052: Kentuckan(s) (also: "Kentuckean")
derivation: a variant of "Kentuckian"; a lapse by the author in using "Kentuck"
The Ohian people living in "Kentuck," south of the Ohio
01 We will convince the Kentuckans
     ObMs 126:27
02 below the Kentuckean encampment
     ObMs 142:17

053: Labamack
derivation: unknown; cf. "Hamback" and "Labanco"
The eldest of Lobaska's four sons; the first Emperor of Sciota
01 Labamack, the oldest son of Lobaska
     ObMs 086:10-11
02 Labamack accepted the office of Emperor
     ObMs 089:18

054: Labanco (also:"Labanko")
derivation: unknown; one of several names with the "la" and "co/ko" syllables;
cf. also: "Labamack" and "Sabamah"

The brother of Hamboon of Kentuck; the uncle of Prince Elseon
01 have given full authority to Labanco
     ObMs 124:22-23
02 a considerable time with Labanco
     ObMs 125:01
03 was given to Labanco the brother and evoy of Hamboon
     ObMs 131:19-20
04 Labanco was guarded as far as the river
     ObMs 131:25-26
05 Labanco had presented to Hamboon the Emperor
     ObMs 138:29
06 command . . . were given to Elseon, Labanco, Hanock, and
     ObMs 145:06-07
07 Labanco attacked the division of Sambal
     ObMs 148:15-16
08 while Labanco was engaged in combat
     ObMs 148:19-20
09 Thus Labanco fell lamented and beloved
     ObMs 148:21-22
10 exclaimed, "revenge the death of Labanco"
     ObMs 148:30
11 leader of this band was Lamoch, the eldest son of Labanco
     ObMs 156:28-29
12 This sword which pierced Labanco
     ObMs 168:08

055: Lakes (Great)
01which extends along the Great Lakes
     ObMs 003:10-11
02 And also along the Great Lakes of Erie and Michigan
     ObMs 101:29
03 every . . . tribe from the River to the Lakes will pour forth
     ObMs 129:19-20

056: Lakoonrod (shortened to "Lakoon")
derivation: unknown; one of several names with the "ak" and "oon" syllables;
cf. also: "Moonrod"

High Priest of Sciota in the time of Emperor Rambock
01 And Lakoonrod the High Priest arose
     ObMs 129:22-23

057: Lambon derivation: unknown; one of several names with the "lam" and "oon/on" syllables
The third son of Lobaska and the first High Priest of Sciota
01 Lambon, the third son of Labaska, shall preside
     ObMs 087:18-19
02 Lambon was ordained High priest
     ObMs 089:19-20

058: Lamesa derivation: unknown; possibly from "la Mesa"; one of several names with the "lam" prefix; "esa" is probably a feminizing suffix
The eldest daughter of Rambock of Sciota; later the wife of Prince Eleseon
01 introduced to Lamesa, the eldest daughter of the Emperor
     ObMs 104:22
02 that with the consent of Lamesa
     ObMs 105:11-12
03 Lamesa was captivated with his person
     ObMs 105:30-31
04 Elseon had firmly determined to marry Lamesa
     ObMs 106:01-02
05 said he in a low voice to Lamesa
     ObMs 106:05-06
06 dear Lamesa, when he rises with his
     ObMs 106:11
07 your most amiable daughter Lamesa
     ObMs 107:14
08 I should marry your daughter Lamesa
     ObMs 107:30
09 to claim the hand of the fair Lamesa
     ObMs 108:16
10 was fixed to transport the fair Lamesa
     ObMs 109:27
11 my dearest Lamesa -- you shall be mine
     ObMs 110:05
12 Lamesa opened the letter and read
     ObMs 110:22
13 dear Lamesa -- Consent to my request
     ObMs 111:16
14 one of the guests at Lamesa's wedding
     ObMs 111:31
15 Lamesa, with her two sisters
     ObMs 112:08
16 It was the fourth day after Lamesa
     ObMs 112:32
17 indicates no flight, of Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 113:18-19
18 none appeared more so, than Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 113:23
19 Lamesa and her friend without being perceived . . . rode on
     ObMs 113:27-28
20 Lamesa and her friend
     ObMs 114:01
21 Elseon and Lamesa were the first
     ObMs 114:09
22 and spoke aloud -- "Lamesa is mine"
     ObMs 114:14
23 reception of his son, Lamesa, and their friends
     ObMs 114:22-23
24 those who beheld Lamesa did not blame
     ObMs 114:26
25 his consent to marry Lamesa
     ObMs 114:29-30
26 after their arrival, Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 114:30
27 mounted the stage and united Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 115:04
28 long live Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 115:11
29 Lamesa and her friend had deserted them
     ObMs 115:18-19
30 when they found Lamesa and her friend
     ObMs 115:21
31 not finding any traces of Lamesa
     ObMs 115:26
32 Lamesa has been seduced by Elseon
     ObMs 116:07
33, 34 O Lamesa -- Lamesa my darling
     ObMs 116:28
35 to marry the fair Lamesa
     ObMs 118:11
36 tidings of Lamesa's elopement
     ObMs 118:23
37 Lamesa, who was my mine by solemn contract
     ObMs 119:08
38 if he refused to return Lamesa
     ObMs 119:21-22
39 Lamesa shall be returned
     ObMs 120:16
40 the advice of Sambal to demand Lamesa
     ObMs 120:25-26
41 most intimate acquaintance with Lamesa
     ObMs 121:02
42 formed a plan to transport Lamesa
     ObMs 121:19
43 Lamesa is doubtless with you in the city
     ObMs 121:25
44 return of Lamesa to our dominions
     ObMs 121:30
45 transporting Lamesa into our dominions
     ObMs 122:32
46 an undoubted right to retain Lamesa
     ObMs 123:09
47 But to return you Lamesa
     ObMs 124:10
48 O my loving sparks, Elseon and Lamesa
     ObMs 126:22-23
49 had refused to return Lamesa
     ObMs 127:04
50 and yeild the fair Lamesa into our possession
     ObMs 129:11-12
51 Our most amiable daughter Lamesa
     ObMs 137:07-08
52 the Princess Lamesa and the Emperor's daughters
     ObMs 140:31
53 Lamesa and her friend Heliza were in a room
     ObMs 141:02
54 As soon as he entered Lamesa arose
     ObMs 141:03
55 "We are not," says he, "my dear Lamesa"
     ObMs 141:19
56 to restore to Your Majesty your daughter Lamesa
     ObMs 160:13-14
57 ensure him the capture of Lamesa
     ObMs 163:30
58 Sambal, being anxious to find Lamesa
     ObMs 164:17
59 He instantly sprang towards Lamesa
     ObMs 164:21-22
60 to spare the life of Lamesa
     ObMs 164:24
61 Lamesa gave a scream
     ObMs 164:27
62 "Set your heart at rest," says he "my dear Lamesa"
     ObMs 165:10
63 and you may enjoy Lamesa
     ObMs 169:07-08
64 The one . . . of Elseon and the other of Lamesa
     ObMs 169:31-32
65 He spent but a few moments with Lamesa
     ObMs 170:30-31

059: Lamoch (also:"Lamock") derivation: unknown; one of several names with the
"lam" prefix and the "oc/ok" suffix

the eldest son of Labanco and a cousin to Prince Elseon
01 The leader . . . was Lamoch the eldest son of Labanko
     ObMs 156:28
02 Lamoch then commanded the survivors
     ObMs 157:21-22
03 Lamoch however placed himself at
     ObMs 164:09
04 and in fighting Hanock Lamoch
     ObMs 170:20

060: Latin
01 written in . . . in the Latin Language.
     ObMs 003:01-03

061: Lobaska (also:"Labaska")
derivation: unknown (see #004); Spalding may have intended the name to read "Labaska," as some Ms. occurances match that spelling and six of his descendants'
names are prefixed with "La."

The great civil and religious reformer of Sciota and Kentuck; he established their
religion and their high priesthood, then, after leaving matters in the hands of his
sons, vanished in his old age
01 the great and illustrious Lobaska
     ObMs 065:16-17
02 the benevolent mind of the great Lobaska
     ObMs 070:03-04
03 Lobaska was invited to set in council
     ObMs 073:13-14
04 The opinion and advice of Lobaska
     ObMs 073:22
05 "I shall be happy," says Lobaska
     ObMs 074:03
06 Here Lobaska directed that
     ObMs 074:16
07 Lobaska was present and saw the success
     ObMs 077:20-21
08 the curious stratagem of Lobaska
     ObMs 079:03
09 "Lobaska," says Hadokam, "shall be our arbitrator"
     ObMs 079:12-13
20 Lobaska shall be our arbitrator
     ObMs 079:17
21 Lobaska then rose
     ObMs 079:17-18
22 Lobaska proceeded with indefatigable industry
     ObMs 081:11-12
23 The benevolent mind of Lobaska soared
     ObMs 081:17
24 Bombal had become so captivated with Lobaska
     ObMs 082:06-07
25 Lobaska rose and presented them with the following
     ObMs 083:10-11
26 The people embraced the religion of Lobaska
     ObMs 084:07-08
27 extended a great distance in the time of Lobaska
     ObMs 085:05-06
28 Lobaska had formed a sytem of govenment
     ObMs 086:01-02
29 presented by the hand of Lobaska to the respective kings
     ObMs 086:05
30 Labamack, the oldest son of Lobaska
     ObMs 086:10-11
31 Lambon the third son of Lobaska
     ObMs 087:18-19
32 Lobaska pointed out the defects
     ObMs 089:13
33 Lobaska had the pleasure of
     ObMs 090:10
34 Lobaska made a second visit to Bombal
     ObMs 090:19-20
35 the arrival of Lobaska at Tolanga
     ObMs 091:17
36 the plan which was formed by Lobaska
     ObMs 093:06-07
37 were descended from the great Lobaska
     ObMs 104:01
38 the descendents of the great Lobaska
     ObMs 111:10
39 the stratagem or plan of Lobaska
     ObMs 117:19

062: Lucian
derivation: from "Lucianus" a Latin name; cf: the Greco-Roman writer "Lucian of Samosata"
the Captain of Elseon's ship; also called "the Captain"
01 The captain, whose name was Lucian, . . . appointed judges
     ObMs 014:19
02 "Yes," says Lucian -- "and without this"
     ObMs 048:18-19
03 Rejoins Lucian, "the course reason dictates is"
     ObMs 049:15-16
04 "The course," says Lucian, "that reason dictates"
     ObMs 050:02-03





Names beginning with: M-Z



063: Mammoons (see also: #064)
derivation: from "Mammoth" or "Mammuthus"; on Ms. page 043 Spalding changed
his spelling to "Mammouth," but did not correct this previous spelling

hairy elephants used as beasts of burden by the Ohians
01 to furnish us, for our convenience with four Mammoons
     ObMs 034:19-20
02 and at the sight of these Mammoons
     ObMs 035:13-14
03 these were thrown across three of the Mammoons
     ObMs 036:03-05
04 from the hair of the Mammoons
     ObMs 041:08-09

064: Mammoth (also: "Mammouth")
derivation: from "Mammoth" or "Mammuthus"
hairy elephants used as beasts of burden by the Ohians
01 Two men would tend twenty Mammoth
     ObMs 043:07-08
02 demand in addition ten Mammoth
     ObMs 019:26
03 or the delivery of ten Mammoth
     ObMs 120:07
04 bagage were born on the backs of Mammoth
     ObMs 138:16
05 on their thighs they wore peices of Mammoth skins
     ObMs 138:17-18
06 Mammoth which carried prodigious loads
     ObMs 138:26

065: Michigan ("Meshigan")
derivation: from the Algonquin "Misschiganin" (big lake)
Lake Michigan; the western marches of the Sciotan Empire
01 along the great Lakes of Erie and Michigan
     ObMs 101:29

066: Michigan ("Michegan")
derivation: from the Algonquin "Misschiganin" (big lake)
the Kingdom of Michigan; the western marches of the Sciotan Empire
01 Ulipoon King of Michigan received the orders
     ObMs 135:17

067: Mississippi ("Mississppy")
01 along the . . . waters of the Mississippi
     ObMs 003:09-11
02 its confluence with the Mississippi
     ObMs 101:26-27

068: Moonrod
derivation: unknown; several Ms names share the "on/oon" syllable; the "rod" suffix may have been taken from the biblical "Nimrod (cf. also: "Lakoonrod"); in mythological lore a "moonrod" is a magic wand whose power is activated by the light of the full moon
The eldest son of Rambock of Sciota; also the brother of Lamesa
01 The Emperor had an only son, whose name was Moonrod
     ObMs 104:15-16
02 Moonrod, Prince of the Empire and
     ObMs 112:07
03 left Moonrod and his friends in a very pleasant
     ObMs 115:17
04 Moonrod and the other gentlemen immediately rode back
     ObMs 115:24
05 Moonrod immediately rushed into the
     ObMs 116:05-06
06 staring fiercely on Moonrod, he spoke
     ObMs 116:11-12
07 attended by [his] son Moonrod
     ObMs 136:24-25
08 My son Moonrod, whose arm like mine is not
     ObMs 137:32
09 They were commanded by Moonrod
     ObMs 157:01
10 even Moonrod began to dispair of forcing his
     ObMs 157:11

069: Nunapon
derivation: unknown; several Ms names share the "on/oon" syllable; cf. "Ulipoon"
The King of Catarangus (Cataraugus) and a vassal of Rambock of Sciota
01 Nunapon, the King of Catarangus was prompt
     ObMs 135:33
02 Rancoff and Nunapon advised him to retreat
     ObMs 163:04-05

070: Ohian (Ohion)
derivation: the Ohio River; and from the Iroquois "Oheyo" (great river)
A larger ethnic region encompassing the empire of Sciota and (perhaps) that of Kentuck; Spalding may have originally intended this name to refer to the Sciotan Empire but he discarded the term
01 The King of Sciota shall be styled the Emperor of Ohion
     ObMs 083:13-14

071: Ohians (Ohons)
derivation: the "Oheyo" (Ohio) River; or, possibly, from "Ohongeoguena," a clan or village of the Susquehannock Indian tribal confederacy
the olive-skinned, mound-builder race who occupied Owahon in the days of Fabius;
they were earlier split into two rival peoples: the "Kentucks" and the "Sciotans;"
Spalding hints that these people had largely exterminated themselves in wars prior
to the time of Fabius began writing down an abridgement of their history
01 A discription of the Ohians
     ObMs 040:02
02 the Learning, Religion, and customs of the Ohians
     ObMs 050:09-10
03 learning as it existed among the Ohians
     ObMs 051:15
04 To all these . . . the Ohians . . . people are indebted
     ObMs 055:09-11
05 describe the goverment of the Ohians
     ObMs 065:10-11
06 the learning . . . goverment and laws of the Ohians
     ObMs 065:14-16
07 The people who were denominated Ohians
     ObMs 085:02
08 reforming and civilizing the Ohians
     ObMs 086:01

072: Owhahon
derivation: probably from "Oheyo" (Ohio); or, possibly, from "Ohongeoguena," a clan or village of the Susquehannock Indian tribal confederacy
a city-state centered at the modern location of Pittsburgh, inhabited in the time of Fabius by a remnant of the "mound-builder Ohians
01 arived safely at the great city Owhahon
     ObMs 038:12-13

073: Ontario
01 the country which borders on Lake Ontario
     ObMs 102:02

074: Platonic
01 according to the Platonic system
     ObMs 030:25

075: Rambock (in places appears to read: "Hambock")
derivation: unknown; one of several Ms. names containing the "ambo" syllable; one of several with the "oc/ok/ock" suffix
The 14th (after the first and ten(?) successors) Emperor of Sciota about 480 years after the time of Lobaska
01 Rambock . . . fourteenth Emperor . . . of Sciota
     ObMs 104:10-12
02 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 109:17
03 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 110:31
04 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 122:05
05 his journey to the court of Rambock
     ObMs 123:29
06 The mind of Rambock was not formed for
     ObMs 124:28
07 too great an ascendance of the court of Rambock
     ObMs 129:25-26
08 too much influence in the court of Rambock
     ObMs 130:27
09 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 131:18
10 the Emperor Rambock ordered them to parade
     ObMs 136:22-23
11 Rambock proclaimed with a voice which was heard
     ObMs 145:26-27
12 Hamkol the councilor of Rambock
     ObMs 148:08
13 Rambock beheld his army giving ground
     ObMs 149:32-33
14 Rambock and his princes immediately rallied
     ObMs 150:21
15 Hamboon dispached a messenger to Rambock
     ObMs 151:22
16 Rambock requested the advice of his
     ObMs 153:23
17 Rambock, considering the obstacles
     ObMs 156:07
18 Rambock marched his whole army towards the city
     ObMs 156:13
19 He repairs to Rambock and addressed him
     ObMs 159:33-34
20 fled to the army of Rambock
     ObMs 162:30
21 fled to the army of Rambock
     ObMs 162:32
22 "What," says Rambock to his princes
     ObMs 163:03
23 Rambock's forces were all
     ObMs 163:23
24 This discovery produced an alteration in Rambock's plan
     ObMs 163:26-27
25 it was Rambock's intention to have attacked
     ObMs 171:12
26 Rambock altered his plan
     ObMs 171:15

076: Rameck (also: Ramock)
derivation: unknown; cf. "Rambock"
King of Geneseo and a vassal of Rambock of Sciota
01 Not far behind appeared Rameck, the King of Geneseo
     ObMs 136:12
02 had not Rameck supported them
     ObMs 149:25

077: Rankoff (over: "Rancoff")
derivation: unknown;
an officer and vassal of Rambock of Sciota; probably also a king
01 the division led by the valiant Rankoff
     ObMs 147:19-20
02 Sabamah, Rankoff and Nunapon advised him to retreat
     ObMs 163:04-05

078: River Kentuck
01 Gamba, which is situate on the River Kentuck
     ObMs 082:10-11
02 and Gamba on the River Kentuck
     ObMs 085:08-09

079: River Ohio (also: "Owaho")
Spalding began by calling this the "Owaho," but quickly lapsed into using the more
modern term "Ohio;" he also called it the "Great River"
01 a River which was called Ohio
     ObMs 034:09-10
02 on the south side of the great River Ohio
     ObMs 071:08-09
03 settled on both sides of the River Ohio
     ObMs 085:03
04 one hundred & fifty miles along the River Ohio
     ObMs 085:14-15
05 one on each side of the River Ohio
     ObMs 086:03
06 The country east of the great River Ohio
     ObMs 086:08
07 four hundred miles in length along the River Ohio
     ObMs 090:12-13
08 the empire south of the Ohio River
     ObMs 091:05-06
09 the whole length of the great River Ohio
     ObMs 101:25-26
10 on both sides of the Ohio River
     ObMs 101:27-28

080: River Sciota derivation: the "Scioto" River; from the Iroquois for "deer"
or "place of the deer"

This river valley forms the Kingdom of "Scoiota," heartland of the Sciotan Empire
01 on the Banks of the Sciota River
     ObMs 064:16
02 on the Banks of the Sciota River
     ObMs 066:24-25
03 Tolanga on the River Sciota and Gamba
     ObMs 085:07-08

081: River Suscowah derivation: the "Susquehanna" River; also from the Susquehannock Indian tribal confederacy
Fabius' colony crossed this river on the way to Owhahon
01 we came to the great River Suscowah
     ObMs 037:20-21

082: Roman
01 written in elegant hand with Roman letters
     ObMs 003:01-02
02 on the throne of the Roman Empire
     ObMs 006:14
03 the citizens of the Roman Empire
     ObMs 048:21-22
04 in a great part of the Roman Empire
     ObMs 100:07-08

083: Rome
01 I was born at Rome and received my tuition education
     ObMs 006:09-11
02 This in Rome produces more than half the labor
     ObMs 048:16-17

084: Sabamah derivation: unknown; cf. "Labamack"
an officer and vassal of Rambock of Sciota; probably also a king
01 compelled to the division commanded by Sabamah to fall
     ObMs 149:17
02 Sabamah, Rancoff and Nunapon advised him to retreat
     ObMs 163:04-05

085: Sambal (also: "Sambul") derivation: unknown; has the same "amb/omb" syllable as several
other Ms. names, cf. "Bombal"

the King of Sciota; a vassal of Emperor Rambock; he was promised a marriage to Lamesa and his insistance on having that promise fulfilled began the war of extermination with Kentuck; he appears to have been a very large man, perhaps almost a giant
01 you and Sambal the King of Sciota
     ObMs 110:26
02 beyound the loving and gigantic grasp of Sambal
     ObMs 111:15
03 of this haughty Sambal
     ObMs 111:24
04 doomed her to the embraces of Sambal
     ObMs 113:01-02
05 mighty Sambal you little thought
     ObMs 118:19
06 with great . . . impartiality Sambal presented himself
     ObMs 119:28-29
07 adopted the advice of Sambal
     ObMs 120:25
08 we afterwards contracted with Sambal
     ObMs 121:11-12
09 the indignation and malice of Sambal
     ObMs 125:04
10 This they call Sambal
     ObMs 126:18
11 the consummation of Sambal's plan
     ObMs 126:33-34
12 she was to have been the wife of Sambal
     ObMs 128:24-25
13 He was in the interest of Sambal
     ObMs 129:23
14 Sambal, at the head of a great multitude
     ObMs 130:28-29
15 to the mighty Sambal for his wife
     ObMs 142:04
16 Labanko attacked the division of Sambal
     ObMs 148:15-16
17 Sambal met him and like an indignant panther
     ObMs 148:18-19
18 Sambal thrust his sword into his side
     ObMs 148:20-21
19 Sambal trembled at the slaughter
     ObMs 149:03
20 his slaughter of Sambal's forces
     ObMs 149:05-06
21 by the advice of Sambal and Ulipoon
     ObMs 156:08-09
22 Sambal and the other princes condemned this plan
     ObMs 163:12-13
23 He directed Sambal to proceed
     ObMs 163:27
24 Sambal was highly pleased with this
     ObMs 163:29
25 Sambal being anxious to find Lamesa
     ObMs 164:17
26 looking fiercely on Sambal she exclaimed
     ObMs 164:27-28
27 "Ah no," says Sambal, "your life is safe"
     ObMs 165:04
28 Sambal, turning to his warriors present
     ObMs 165:16
29 When Sambal beheld them
     ObMs 165:28-29
30 Sambal was ready to meet him
     ObMs 166:30
31 the intimate friend of Elseon beheld Sambal
     ObMs 167:05-06
32 he sprang towards Sambal and challenged him
     ObMs 167:09-10
33 Sambal gave him no time to repeat the challenge
     ObMs 167:11
34 Sambal had broken their ranks
     ObMs 167:19
35 the mighty Sambal whose sword was
     ObMs 167:29
36 Sambal cast his eyes upon him
     ObMs 167:30-31
37 "Ah," exclaimed Sambal, "ingrate"
     ObMs 168:04
38 Sambal, eager for revenge, could hear no more
     ObMs 168:18
39 Sambal was now more indignant than ever
     ObMs 168:22-23
40 Elseon . . . sprang back and Sambal's sword struck
     ObMs 168:26-27
41 Sambal, whose feet having slipped
     ObMs 169:04
42 He spoke and plunged his sword into Sambal's heart
     ObMs 169:10
43 the doleful tidings of Sambal's death
     ObMs 169:16
44 the massacre that Sambal and his army had made
     ObMs 169:20-21
45 destroyed by the cruel sword of Sambal
     ObMs 170:06-07
46 the Sciotans whom Sambal had left
     ObMs 170:22-23
47 Sambal marched his division against the fort
     ObMs 171:11
48 determined to wait for the return of Sambal
     ObMs 171:16
49 the fate of Sambal's division was decided
     ObMs 171:20

086: Sciota (also: "Siota")
derivation: the "Scioto" River; from the Iroquois "Scionto" ("deer" or "place of the deer")
the name of a kingdom and empire of the Ohians living north of the Ohio River
01 Hadocam the King of Sciota
     ObMs 071:10-11
02 ye princes of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 079:19
03 make some amendments in the government of Sciota
     ObMs 082:19-20
04 The king of Sciota shall be styled the Emperor
     ObMs 083:13-14
05 and the King of Sciota
     ObMs 083:14
06 to the respective kings of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 086:05-06
07 shall form the Empire of Sciota
     ObMs 086:08-09
08 shall marry natives of the Kingdom of Sciota
     ObMs 086:13-14
09 and the King of Sciota shall
     ObMs 086:17
10 The King of Sciota and the chiefs
     ObMs 086:23
11 of the King of Sciota and the chiefs
     ObMs 089:03
12 When Hadocam King of Sciota had received this
     ObMs 089:10
13 his experiment at Sciota
     ObMs 090:19
14 Ten successive Emperors on the throne of Sciota
     ObMs 092:09-10
15 When the two Empires of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 093:05
16 the two Empires of Sciota and Kentuck
     ObMs 100:08
17 empires and the King of Sciota
     ObMs 103:27
18 on the throne of Sciota
     ObMs 104:12
19 the King of Sciota for my husband
     ObMs 106:22
20 But as for this King of Sciota
     ObMs 106:25
21 The king of Sciota for my husband
     ObMs 106:27
22 of all this King of Sciota
     ObMs 108:15
23 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 109:17
24 to marry the King of Sciota
     ObMs 110:16
25 and Sambal the King of Sciota
     ObMs 110:26
26 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 110:31
27 than with this mighty King of Sciota
     ObMs 111:08-09
28 peace towards the government of Sciota
     ObMs 113:10-11
29 contracted with Sambal, King of Sciota
     ObMs 121:11-12
30 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 122:05
31 and transport her to Sciota
     ObMs 122:26
32 send back your princes to Sciota
     ObMs 123:23
33 unless Sciota shall avenge the crime
     ObMs 126:04
34 they call Sambal the King of Sciota
     ObMs 126:18-19
35 the wife of Sambal the King of Sciota
     ObMs 128:24-25
36 Sciota will ever after have the
     ObMs 129:17
37 the goverment and Empire of Sciota
     ObMs 131:09
38 and by the goverment of Sciota
     ObMs 131:17
39 Signed, Rambock, Emperor of Sciota
     ObMs 131:18
40 dispise the hardy and brave sons of Sciota
     ObMs 138:04-05
41 the King of Sciota had fallen in love
     ObMs 139:27-28
42 you shall be the Queen of Sciota
     ObMs 165:13

087: Sciotan(s) (also: "Siotan")
derivation: the "Scioto" River; from the Iroquois for "deer" or "place of the deer"
the Ohians living north of the Ohio River, in the Kingdom of Sciota and in the
surrounding kingdoms which comprised the Empire of Sciota
01 He had resided among the Sciotans
     ObMs 069:16
02 Whilst the Sciotans were thus
     ObMs 071:03
03 The Sciotan princes, envying them
     ObMs 071:20-21
04 his threatned vengeance on the Sciotans
     ObMs 075:12-13
05 by these cowardly Sciotans
     ObMs 075:26
06 the Sciotans gave back and began a retreat
     ObMs 076:17-18
07 an ambush of the Sciotans
     ObMs 077:08-09
08 he conjured the Sciotans not to shed
     ObMs 078:01-02
09 "Where," says he, "is the King of the Sciotans?"
     ObMs 078:06-07
10 the most forward scholars of the Sciotans
     ObMs 082:16-17
11 the jurisdiction of the Sciotan king
     ObMs 082:22-23
12 they even rivaled the Sciotans
     ObMs 084:11
13 The Sciotan constitution was comprised
     ObMs 086:07
14 the same as that which the Sciotans adopted
     ObMs 091:09-10
15 the Sciotans and the Kentucks had maintained
     ObMs 103:19
16 is painted by a Sciotan bard
     ObMs 105:22
17 the intrest of the Sciotan King
     ObMs 108:20
18 a party of the Sciotans who lay in ambush
     ObMs 117:12-13
19 The Sciotan King was walking
     ObMs 118:06
20 If the Sciotan goverment should demand
     ObMs 122:19-20
21 menance of the Sciotan goverment
     ObMs 122:30-31
22 The Sciotan King, who is at the bottom
     ObMs 123:19
23 reject the demand of the Sciotan goverment
     ObMs 123:26-27
24 corn shall not grow on Sciotan fields
     ObMs 126:02
25 he dispises all the Sciotans
     ObMs 126:15
26 has outwitted the Sciotans
     ObMs 126:24
27 The Sciotans are required to exterminate
     ObMs 131:11
28 the proceedings of the Sciotan goverment
     ObMs 131:29
29 the proceedingsof the Sciotan goverment
     ObMs 138:31
30 ambition of the Sciotan goverment
     ObMs 139:17
31 he has roused the Sciotans to take arms
     ObMs 139:32
32 and beheld the Sciotans
     ObMs 140:28
33 the Sciotan Army had found
     ObMs 142:14-15
34 When the Sciotans had advanced
     ObMs 146:08
35 the Sciotans rushed forward
     ObMs 146:17
36 a most furious charge upon the Sciotans
     ObMs 147:07
37 the Sciotans being struck with surprise
     ObMs 147:10
38 at the head of many thousand Sciotans
     ObMs 147:22-23
39 through the ranks of the Sciotans
     ObMs 149:16
40 The Sciotan ranks were broken
     ObMs 149:24
41 The Sciotans began to retreat
     ObMs 150:05-06
42 the Sciotans must principally have been
     ObMs 150:07
43 the Sciotans could not take any great advantage
     ObMs 150:26-27
44 The Sciotans, finding that their enemies had
     ObMs 150:32-33
45 in plain view of the Sciotans
     ObMs 153:30
46 the Sciotans sallied out in parties
     ObMs 153:32
47 Wherever the Sciotans marched
     ObMs 153:35-36
48 to prevent the Sciotans from plundering
     ObMs 154:09-10
49 The Sciotans have held a great festival
     ObMs 154:29-30
50 repaired towards the camp of the Sciotans
     ObMs 155:01
51 geting into the camp of the Sciotans
     ObMs 155:07
52 The Sciotans beheld a most terrible slaughter
     ObMs 155:18
53 Haloon with a party of Sciotans
     ObMs 155:21
54 I alone contrived the slaughter of the Sciotans
     ObMs 155:26-27
55 successfully on the part of the Sciotans
     ObMs 156:06-07
56 the Sciotans had abandoned the place
     ObMs 156:17-18
57 The Sciotans . . . merely entered the villages,
     ObMs 156:21-22
58 The Sciotan Emperor immediately formed his plan
     ObMs 156:32-33
59 havoc was made on the Sciotans
     ObMs 157:08
60 the Sciotans lost no time
     ObMs 158:01-02
61 the Sciotans should have no chance
     ObMs 159:12
62 This was expected by the Sciotans
     ObMs 159:14-15
63 within about half a mile of the Sciotans
     ObMs 159:20-21
64 to march . . . round the Sciotan Army
     ObMs 159:23-24
65 had got beyond the view of the Sciotan Army
     ObMs 160:29
66 not to attack the Sciotans
     ObMs 161:07-08
67 the Sciotans were thrown into the utmost confusion
     ObMs 161:26
68 This enterprize of the Sciotans was unexpected
     ObMs 164:06-07
69 the slaughter which the Sciotans had made
     ObMs 165:20
70 met & massacred by the Sciotan warriors
     ObMs 165:23
71 the Sciotans had invested the Fort
     ObMs 165:27-28
72 The Sciotans were soon formed
     ObMs 166:02-03
73 Their standard is that of the Sciotan King
     ObMs 166:18
74 The Sciotans beheld the huge body
     ObMs 169:11
75 After pursuing the Sciotans
     ObMs 169:21
76 had fallen by the sword of the Sciotans
     ObMs 169:29
77 the Sciotans whom Sambal had left
     ObMs 170:22-23
78 these Sciotans had done them no injury
     ObMs 170:23-24

088: Taboon
derivation: unknown; one of several names with the "on/oon" suffix
A councilor and officer in the service of of Hamboon of Kentuck
01 command . . . given to Elseon . . . and Hamul and Taboon
     ObMs 145:06-08
02 Hamul and Taboon, who led on the other reserved bands
     ObMs 149:14-15
03 Taboon made his attack on the division of Ulipoon
     ObMs 149:23

089: Tolanga
derivation: unknown; perhaps from a Spanish word (there is a "Talanga" College in Nicaragua.
the capital city of the Kingdom and Empire of Sciota; located on the "River Sciota"
(probably at the site of modern Chillicothe on the Scioto River)
01 his appearance at the great city of Tolanga
     ObMs 064:15
02 the great city of Tolanga which is situate on the banks
     ObMs 066:23-24
03 in order to arrive at the city of Tolanga
     ObMs 074:13
04 return to the city of Tolanga
     ObMs 078:21-22
05 having arrived at Tolanga
     ObMs 079:04-05
06 which he had done at Tolanga
     ObMs 082:12
07 He returned back to Tolanga and sent his second son
     ObMs 082:15-16
08 to attend a grand council at Tolanga
     ObMs 083:09-10
09 the chiefs shall meet at Tolanga to make laws
     ObMs 083:21-22
10 except the cities, Tolanga on the River Sciota & Gamba
     ObMs 085:07-08
11 Excepting the cities of Tolanga and Gamba
     ObMs 085:12
12 the arival of Lobaska at Tolanga
     ObMs 091:17
13 the Emperor of Kentuck arived at the city of Tolanga
     ObMs 104:09-10
14 the ceremonies of Marriage at Tolanga
     ObMs 106:23
15 Tolanga is within the dominions of your Father
     ObMs 106:24-25
16 chief who appeared at Tolanga with a chosen band
     ObMs 135:01-02
17 their forces had all arrived at Tolanga
     ObMs 136:22
18 carried in triumph into the city of Tolanga
     ObMs 168:11-12

090: Tom (Droll)
derivation: from the Greek "Thomas" ("Tom" is an English shortening which is probably inappropriate for a Roman mariner)
A mariner on Fabius' ship who was given to making humorous statements
01 a mariner arose whom we called Droll Tom
     ObMs 015:17
02 Droll Tom was rewarded
     ObMs 016:07
03 "Upon my soul," exclaims Droll Tom -- "Stern formost"
     ObMs 029:10-11

091: Trojanus
derivation: from the Latin for "Trojan;" perhaps inspired by the Trojans in Virgil's Aeneid
The mate on Fabius' ship; later the Christian minister of the Roman colony
01 we unanimously chose Trojanus the mate of the ship
     ObMs 015:05-06
02 "It is my opinion," says Trojanus, "that this people display a taste"
     ObMs 048:05-06
03 "True indeed," replies Trojanus
     ObMs 049:06-07

092: Ulipoon
derivation: unknown; several Ms. names have the "oon/on" syllable
The avaricious, cowardly King of Michigan; a vassal and officer of Rambock of Sciota
01 Ulipoon King of Michigan received the orders
     ObMs 135:17
02 the nigardly and treacherous Ulipoon
     ObMs 135:32
03 the division of Ulipoon commanded by Hamelick
     ObMs 149:23
04 by the advice of Sambal and Ulipoon
     ObMs 156:08-09
05 Ulipoon, though careful not to expose his person
     ObMs 158:04
06 mind of Ulipoon was not a little terrified
     ObMs 159:29
07 granted to Ulipoon his permision
     ObMs 160:15
08 Ulipoon did not wait a moment
     ObMs 160:16-17
09 But nothing was farther from the heart of Ulipoon
     ObMs 160:22-23
10 Hanocks devision were not discovered by Ulipoon
     ObMs 161:09-10
11 Ulipoon halted and encamped
     ObMs 161:17
12 to rush into Ulipoon's encampment
     ObMs 161:21
13 As for Ulipoon, he was mortally wounded
     ObMs 162:08-09
14 to pursue the survivors of Ulipoon's Army
     ObMs 162:24-25
15 the dreadful intelligence of Ulipoon's destruction
     ObMs 162:30-31


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