Gosport

Gosport, a fortified port and market-town in Hants, on the W. side of Portsmouth harbour, opposite Portsmouth, with which it is connected by a floating bridge; its industries embrace flourishing iron-works, barracks, the Royal Clarence Victualling Yard, and Haslar shipyard for the repair of gunboats.

Population (circa 1900) given as 25,000.

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

Gospels * Gosse, Edmund
Görgei, Arthur
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Gorham, George Cornelius
Görlitz
Gortschakoff, Michael
Gortschakoff, Prince
Goschen, George Joachim
Goshen
Gospels
Gosport
Gosse, Edmund
Gosse, Philip Henry
Gotha
Gotham
Gothamites
Gothard, St.
Gothenburg
Gothic Architecture
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