Dover

Dover, a seaport on the E. coast of Kent, and the nearest in England to the coast of France, 60 m. SE. of London, and with a mail service to Calais and Ostend; is strongly fortified, and the chief station in the SE. military district of England; was the chief of the Cinque Ports.

Population (circa 1900) given as 33,000.

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

Dove, Heinrich Wilhelm * Dover, Strait of
Douglas, Gawin
Douglas, Sir Howard
Douglas, John
Douglas, Stephen Arnold
Douglass, Frederick
Doulton, Sir Henry
Douro
Douster-swivel
Dove
Dove, Heinrich Wilhelm
Dover
Dover, Strait of
Dovrefeld
Dow
Dowden, Edward
Down
Downs, The
Downs, The North and South
Doyle, Dr. Conan
Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings
Doyle, John

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