Estremadura

Estremadura, a coast province of Portugal, between Beira and Alemtejo, watered by the Tagus; richly fertile in many parts, but sparely cultivated; silk is an important industry, and an increasing; Lisbon is the chief city, and with Setubal monopolises the trade; salt, fruits, wine, and oil are exported; also name of a district in Spain between Portugal and New Castile, now divided into the provinces of Badajoz and Cácéres.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,111,000.

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

Estrades, Count d' * Etéocles
Estaing, Comte d'
Este
Este
Esterhazy
Esterhazy de Galantha
Esther, The Book of
Esthonia
Estienne
Est-il-possible
Estrades, Count d'
Estremadura
Etéocles
Eternal City
Eternities, The Conflux of
Ethelbert
Etheldreda
Ethelred I.
Ethelred II.
Ether
Ether
Etheredge, Sir George

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