Cuba

Cuba, the largest of the West India Islands, 700 m. long and from 27 m. to 290 m. in breadth; belonged to Spain, but is now under the protection of the United States; is traversed from E. to W. by a range of mountains wooded to the summit; abounds in forests—ebony, cedar, mahogany, &c.; soil very fertile; exports sugar and tobacco; principal town, Havana.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,500,000.

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

Ctesiphon * Cubbit, Sir William
Crowne, John
Crowther, Samuel Adjai
Croydon
Cruden, Alexander
Cruikshank, George
Crusades, The
Crusoe, Robinson
Csoma de Körös, Alexander
Ctesias
Ctesiphon
Cuba
Cubbit, Sir William
Cudworth, Ralph
Cuenca
Cujas
Culdees
Cullen, Paul
Cullen, William
Culloden
Culpeper, Nicholas
Culverwel, Nathaniel

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Cuba in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Casas, Bartholomy De Las
Cortes, Ferdinand
Gmelin, Samuel Gottlieb
James, Sir William
Oglethorpe, James Edward
Ray, Benjamin
Rowley, William