Alais

Alais (Alais`) , a town at the foot of the Cévennes, in the centre of a mining district; once the stronghold of French Protestantism.

Population (circa 1900) given as 18,000.

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

Alains * Alaman`ni, Luigi
Al Rakim
Alaba`ma
Alabama, The
Alacoque, Marie
Alad`din
Aladdin
Aladinists
Alago`as
Alain de L'Isle
Alains
Alais`
Alaman`ni, Luigi
Aland Isles
Alans
Alar`con y Mendo`za, Juan Ruiz de
Al`aric I.
Alaric II.
Alaric Cotin
Alas`co, John
Alas`ka
Alasnam

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