Jaffnapatam', a seaport on an island at the north end of Ceylon. Pop. 37,000.
Jahde, or Jade (Ya-deh), a bay of Oldenburg, now Prussian, with the naval station of Wil-helmshaven (q.v.).
Jaipur. See Jeypore.
It has several Jain temples. Pop. 10,965. - Area of state, 16,039 sq. m. ; pop. 115,701.
Jakutsk. See Yakutsk.
Jalandhar. See Jullunder.
Jalu.it, chief town of the Marshall Islands (q.v.).
Jambusar, a town in the presidency of Bombay, 30 miles SW. of Baroda. Pop. 11,479.
James River is formed by the union of the Jackson and Cowpasture streams in the west of Virginia, and has its entire course of 450 miles in that state. It flows east-south-eastward, passing Lynchburgh and Richmond ; and, widening into an estuary for the last 60 miles, falls into the Atlantic at the southern extremity of Chesapeake Bay. It is navigable for large steamers to City Point, at the mouth of the Appomattox. It was at Jamestown, now a ruined village on the north bank of this river, that the first English settlement in America was formed (1607).
Jamestown, a town of New York, on Chautauqua Lake, 70 miles S. by W. of Buffalo by rail. It manufactures woollens and alpacas, pianos, furniture, etc. Population, about 25,000. See also James River, St Helena.
Jamnotri, hot springs (194.7° F.) near the Jumna's source, In northern India, in 30° 59' N. Iat. and 78° 35' E. long., 10,849 feet above the sea. They are overhung by the three Jamnotri Peaks (20,100 to 21,150 feet).