Dort

Dort, or Dordrecht (34), a town on an island in the Maas, in the province of South Holland, 12 m. SE. of Rotterdam; admirably situated for trade, connected as it is with the Rhine as well, on which rafts of wood are sent floating down to it; is famous for a Synod held here in 1618-19, at which the tenets of Arminius were condemned, and the doctrines of Calvin approved of and endorsed as the doctrines of the Reformed Church.

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

Dorset * Dortmund
Dorislaus, Isaac
Dorking
Dorn
Dorner, Isaak August
Dornoch
Doros
Dorothea, St.
Dorpat
D'Orsay, Count
Dorset
Dort
Dortmund
Dory, John
Do-the-Boys'-Hall
Douay
Doubs
Doubting Castle
Douce, Francis
Douglas
Douglas-1
Douglas, Gawin

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