Brindisi

Brindisi (Brin`disi) , a seaport of Southern Italy, on the Adriatic coast; has risen in importance since the opening of the Overland Route as a point of departure for the East; it is 60 hours by rail from London, and three days by steam from Alexandria; it was the port of embarkation for Greece in ancient times, and for Palestine in mediæval.

Population (circa 1900) given as 15,000.

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

Brillat-Savarin * Brindley, James
Brigade
Brigantes
Briggs, Henry
Brigham Young
Bright, James Franck
Bright, John
Brighton
Blight's Disease
Bril Brothers, Matthew and Paul
Brillat-Savarin
Brin`disi
Brindley, James
Brink, Jan Ten
Brinvilliers, Marquise de
Brisbane
Brisbane, Admiral Sir Charles
Brisbane, Sir James
Brisbane, Sir Thomas Macdougall
Brise`is
Brissac
Brisson, Henri

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