bound (n.) 2
territory, region, domain
1H6 I.ii.54 [Bastard to all, of Pucelle] Ordained is to ... drive the English forth the bounds of France [i.e. out of France]
CE I.i.134 [Egeon to Duke] I ... / Roaming clean through the bounds of Asia
E3 II.ii.12 [Derby to Audley] Then ^via^ for the spacious bounds of France!
KL I.i.63 [Lear to Gonerill, of the map] Of all these bounds ... / We make thee lady
Tim V.iv.61 [Alcibiades to Senators] not a man / Shall ... offend the stream / Of regular justice in your city's bounds