Gröningen

Gröningen, a low-lying province in the NE. of Holland, fronting the German Ocean on the N., and having Hanover on its eastern border; its fertile soil favours extensive farming and grazing; shipbuilding is an important industry. The capital (58) is situated on the Hunse, 94 m. NE. of Amsterdam; has several handsome buildings, a university (1614), botanic gardens, shipbuilding yards, and tobacco and linen factories.

Population (circa 1900) given as 286,000.

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

Grolier, Jean * Gronovius
Gringo
Gringore
Griqualand, West and East
Griselda
Grisi, Giulia
Grisnez, Cape
Grisons
Grocyn, William
Grodno
Grolier, Jean
Gröningen
Gronovius
Gros, Antoine Jean, Baron
Grose, Captain Francis
Grossmith, George
Grossmith, Weedon
Grosseteste, Robert
Grote, George
Grotefend, Georg Friedrich
Grotesque, The
Grotius, Hugo