Caithness

Caithness, a level, except in the W. and S., bare, and somewhat barren, county in the NE. of Scotland, 43 m. by 28 m., with a bold and rocky coast; has flagstone quarries; fishing the chief industry, of which Wick is the chief seat; the inhabitants are to a great extent of Scandinavian origin, and English, not Gaelic, is the language spoken.

Population (circa 1900) given as 37,000.

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

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Cain
Cain, Thomas Henry Hall
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Caird, Edward
Caird, John
Cairn
Cairnes, John Elliot
Cairngorm
Cairns, Hugh MacCalmont, Earl
Cairo
Caithness
Cajetan, Cardinal
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Calabria
Calais
Calamy, Edmund
Calamy, Edmund
Calas, Jean
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Calchas