Hobart

Hobart, capital of Tasmania, is situated on the estuary of the Derwent, at the base of Mount Wellington; is handsomely laid out in the form of a square; is the seat of government, and has many fine public buildings; has a splendid natural harbour; the manufacture of flour, jam, leather, besides brewing, shipbuilding, and iron-founding, are its chief industries; it has extensive suburbs, and is a favourite health resort.

Population (circa 1900) given as 25,000.

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

Hoang-ho * Hobart Pasha
Hispania
Hissar
Histology
Hitchcock, Edward
Hitchin
Hitopadesa
Hittites
Hitzig, Ferdinand
Hoadly, Benjamin
Hoang-ho
Hobart
Hobart Pasha
Hob`bema, Meindert
Hobbes, Thomas
Hobhouse, John Cam
Ho`boken
Hobson
Hoccleve
Hoche, La
Hochkirch
Hodge. Charles

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