Aberdeen

Aberdeen, the fourth city in Scotland, on the E. coast, between the mouths of the Dee and Don; built of grey granite, with many fine public edifices, a flourishing university, a large trade, and thriving manufactures. Old Aberdeen, on the Don, now incorporated in the municipality, is the seat of a cathedral church, and of King's College, founded in 1404, united with the university in the new town.

Population (circa 1900) given as 124,000.

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

Abercrombie, Sir Ralph * Aberdeen, Earl of
À'Becket, A. W.
Abel
Abel, Sir F. A.
Abel, Henry
Ab`elard, Peter
Abelli
Abencerra`ges
Aben-Ez`ra
Abera`von
Abercrombie, Sir Ralph
Aberdeen
Aberdeen, Earl of
Aberdeenshire
Abernethy
Aberration of light
Aberyst`with
Ab`gar XIV.
Abhorrers
Abigail
Abich, W. H.
Abingdon

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