Cluny

Cluny, a town in the dep. of Saône-et-Loire, on an affluent of the Saône; renowned in the Middle Ages for its Benedictine abbey, founded in 910, and the most celebrated in Europe, having been the mother establishment of 2000 others of the like elsewhere; in ecclesiastical importance it stood second to Rome, and its abbey church second to none prior to the erection of St. Peter's; a great normal school was established here in 1865.

Population (circa 1900) given as 3,000.

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

Clovis I. * Clusium
Clorinda
Clotaire I.
Clothes
Clotho
Clotilda, St.
Cloud, St.
Cloud, St.
Clouds, The
Clough, Arthur Hugh
Clovis I.
Cluny
Clusium
Clutha
Clutterbuck
Clyde
Clyde, Lord
Clytemnestra
Clytie
Coanza
Coast Range
Cobbett, William

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Camus, John Peter
Capperonnier, Claude
Chesne, Andrew Du
Raulin, John