Chartreuse, La Grande

Chartreuse, La Grande, a monastery founded by St. Bruno in 1084 in the dep. of Isère, 14 m. NE. of Grenoble; famous as the original place of the manufacture of the Chartreuse liqueur, held in much repute; it was honoured by a visit of Queen Victoria in 1887; Ruskin was disappointed with both monks and monastery.

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

Chartres * Charybdis
Charlottetown
Charmettes
Charnay
Charon
Charondas
Charron, Pierre
Charterhouse
Chartier, Alain
Chartism
Chartres
Chartreuse, La Grande
Charybdis
Chase, Salmon Portland
Chasi`dim
Chasles, Michel
Chasles, Philarète
Chassé, David Hendrik, Baron
Chassepot
Chasseurs
Chastelard, Pierre de Boscosel de
Chat Moss