Clyde

Clyde, a river in the W. of Scotland which falls into a large inlet or firth, as it is called, the commerce on which extends over the world, and on the banks of which are shipbuilding yards second to none in any other country; it is deepened as far as Glasgow for ships of a heavy tonnage.

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

Clutterbuck * Clyde, Lord
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
Cobbler Poet
Cobden, Richard
Cobentzell, Comte de
Coblenz

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