Harburg

Harburg, a prospering Prussian seaport in Lüneburg, on the Elbe, 5 m. S. of Hamburg; its industries embrace gutta-percha goods, oil, chemicals, &c.; is a favourite watering-place.

Population (circa 1900) given as 35,000.

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

Harbour Grace * Harcourt, Sir William Vernon
Hanover
Hanover
Hansard
Hanseatic League
Hansteen, Christoph
Hanswurst
Hanuman
Hanway, Jonas
Hapsburg
Harbour Grace
Harburg
Harcourt, Sir William Vernon
Hardenberg, Friedrich von
Hardenberg Prince von
Hardicanute
Harding, John
Harding, Stephen
Hardinge, Henry, Viscount
Hardouin, Jean
Hardwár
Hardy, Thomas