Denmark

Denmark (2,182), the smallest of the three Scandinavian kingdoms, consisting of Jutland and an archipelago of islands in the Baltic Sea, divided into 18 counties, and is less than half the size of Scotland; is a low-lying country, no place in it more above the sea-level than 500 ft., and as a consequence has no river to speak of, only meres or lakes; the land is laid out in cornfields and grazing pastures; there are as good as no minerals, but abundance of clay for porcelain; while the exports consist chiefly of horses, cattle, swine, hams, and butter; it has 1407 m. of railway, and 8686 of telegraph wires; the government is constitutional, and the established religion Lutheran.

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

Denman, Lord * Dennewitz
Denham, Dixon
Denham, Sir John
Denina, Carlo
Denis
Denis, St.
Denis, St.
Denison, Edward
Denison, George Anthony
Denison, John Evelyn
Denman, Lord
Denmark
Dennewitz
Dennis, John
Dens, Peter
Dentatus, M. Curius
Denver
Deodar
Deodoraki
Deparcieux
Department
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