Courland

Courland, a partly wooded and partly marshy province of Russia, S. of the Gulf of Riga; the population chiefly German, and Protestants; agriculture their chief pursuit.

Population (circa 1900) given as 637,000.

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

Courier, Paul Louis * Court de Gébelin
Cotton, Bishop
Cotton, Charles
Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce
Coucy
Coulomb
Councils, Church
Courayes
Courbet
Courbet, Gustave
Courier, Paul Louis
Courland
Court de Gébelin
Courtney, William
Courtois, Jacques
Courtrais
Cousin, Victor
Cousin Michael
Cousin-Montauban
Cousins, Samuel
Couston
Couthon, Georges

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