Grimsby

Grimsby or Great Grimsby (59), a seaport of Lincolnshire, on the S. shore of the Humber, opposite Spurn Head, 20 m. SE. of Hull; was a port of importance in Edward III.'s time; is now noted as the largest fishing-port in the kingdom; has extensive docks, shipbuilding, tanning, brewing, and other industries.

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

Grimm's Law * Grindal, Edmund
Grieg, Edoard
Grierson, Sir Robert, of Lag
Griesbach, Johann Jacob
Griffin
Grillparzer, Franz
Grimaldi, Joseph
Grimm, Baron
Grimm, Jacob Ludwig
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl
Grimm's Law
Grimsby
Grindal, Edmund
Grindelwald
Gringo
Gringore
Griqualand, West and East
Griselda
Grisi, Giulia
Grisnez, Cape
Grisons
Grocyn, William

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