Dunbar

Dunbar, an ancient seaport and town of Haddingtonshire, on the coast of the Forth, 29 m. E. of Edinburgh; is a fishing station, and manufactures agricultural implements and paper; was, with its castle, which has stood many a siege, a place of importance in early Scottish history; near it Cromwell beat the Scots under Leslie on September 3, 1650.

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

Düna * Dunbar
Dumfries
Dumfriesshire
Dumnorix
Dumont, Augustin-Alexandre
Dumont, Jean
Dumont, Louis
Dumont d'Urville, Jules
Dumoulin
Dumouriez
Düna
Dunbar
Dunbar
Dunblane
Duncan, Adam, Viscount
Duncan, Thomas
Dunciad, The
Duncker, Max
Duncombe, T. S.
Dundalk
Dundas
Dundas, Henry, Viscount Melville

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Abbot, George
Alexander, William
Boethius, Hector
Calderwood, David
Cecil, Robert
Cowper, William
Cromwell, Oliver
Douglas, John
Drummond, George
Dunbar, William
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