Douay

Douay, a town on the Scarpe, in the dep. of Nord, France, 20 m. S. of Lille, and one of the chief military towns of the country; has a college founded in 1568 for the education of Catholic priests intended for England, and is where a version of the Bible in English for the use of Catholics was issued.

Population (circa 1900) given as 31,000.

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

Do-the-Boys'-Hall * Doubs
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
Douglas, Sir Howard
Douglas, John
Douglas, Stephen Arnold
Douglass, Frederick

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