Derg, Lough

Derg, Lough, an expansion of the waters of the Shannon, Ireland, 24 m. long, from 2 to 6 broad; also a small lake in the S. of Donegal, with small islands, one of which, Station Island, was, as the reputed entrance to St. Patrick's Purgatory, a place of pilgrimage to thousands at one time.

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

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Depping
Deptford
De Quincey, Thomas
Derbend
Derby
Derby, Charlotte Countess of
Derby, 14th Earl of
Derby, 15th Earl of
Derby Day
Derbyshire
Derg, Lough
Dervishes
Derwentwater
Derwentwater, Earl of
Derzhaven, Gabriel
Desaix, Louis Charles Antoine
Desaugiers, Marc
Desault
Desbarres, Joseph Frederick
Descamps
Descartes, René