Auckland

Auckland (Auck`land) , the largest town in New Zealand, in the N. island, with an excellent harbour in the Gulf of Hauraki, and the capital of a district of the name, 400 m. long, and 200 m. broad, with a fertile soil and a fine climate, rich in natural products of all kinds; was the capital of New Zealand till the seat of government was transferred to Wellington.

Population (circa 1900) given as 60,000.

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

Auchterar`der * Auckland, Bishop
Au`ber
Au`bert, The Abbé
Aub`rey, John
Aub`riot
Aubry de Montdidier
Aubusson
Aubusson, Pierre d'
Auch
Auchinleck
Auchterar`der
Auck`land
Auckland, Bishop
Auckland, George Eden, Lord
Auckland, William Eden, Lord
Auckland Islands
Aude
Audebert, Jean Baptiste
Audhumbla
Audley, Sir Thomas, Lord
Au`douin, Jean Victor
Audran, Gerard

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Berkenhout, Dr. John
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Egerton, John
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Pilkington, James