Angers

Angers (Angers`) , on the Maine, the ancient capital of Anjou, 160 m. SW. of Paris, with a fine cathedral, a theological seminary, and a medical school; birthplace of David the sculptor.

Population (circa 1900) given as 77,000.

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

An`gelus * Angerstein, John
Aneu`rin
Aneurism
Angara
Angel
Angel-fish
Angelic Doctor
Angel`ica
Angelica draught
Angelico, Fra
An`gelus
Angers`
Angerstein, John
Angi`na pec`toris
Angler
Angles
An`glesea
Anglesey, Marquis of
Anglia, East
Ang`lican Church
Anglo-Saxon
Ango`la

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Antique pictures of Angers

Links here from Chalmers

Arnauld, Henry
Ayrault, Peter
Babin, Francis
Barclay, John
Barclay, William
Baudouin, Francis
Bellay, Joachim Du
Benedict, Rene'
Berengarius
Bernier, Francis
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