Hainault

Hainault (1,082), a southern province of Belgium bordering on France, between W. Flanders and Namur; the N. and W. is occupied by fertile plains; the Forest of Ardennes extends into the S., where also are the richest coal-fields of Belgium; iron and lead are wrought also; the chief rivers are the Scheldt, Sambre, Dender, and Haine; textiles, porcelain, and iron goods are manufactured; Mons is the capital.

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

Hainan * Hakim
Haggis
Hagiographa
Hague, The
Hahn-Hahn, Ida
Hahnemann, Samuel
Haidee
Haiduk
Hailes, Lord, Sir David Dalrymple
Haileybury College
Hainan
Hainault
Hakim
Hakim Ben Allah
Hakluyt, Richard
Hakodate
Hal
Halacha
Halberstadt
Halcyon Days
Haldane, Robert
Hale, Sir Matthew

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