Gravesend

Gravesend, a thriving river-port and watering-place in Kent, on the Thames, opposite Tilbury Fort, 24 m. SE. of London; the new town rises amid picturesque surroundings above the old town; it is the chief pilot station for the river; there is a busy trade in shipbuilding, iron-founding, brewing, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 35,000.

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

Gravelotte * Gray, Asa
Grant, James
Grant, Sir James Hope
Grant, Ulysses Simpson
Grantham
Granville, George Leveson-Gower
Gratian
Gratianus, Augustus
Grattan, Henry
Gratz
Gravelotte
Gravesend
Gray, Asa
Gray, Auld Robin
Gray, John Edward
Gray, Thomas
Great Commoner
Great Duke
Great Eastern
Great Elector
Great Harry
Great Magician

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Clifford, George
Dalrymple, Alexander
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