Kabul

Kabul, on the Kabul River, at the foot of the Takht-i-Shah Hills, 650 m. NW. of Delhi, is the capital of Afghanistan, an ancient, mud-built city, but progressing; noted for its fruit and trading in carpets, camel-hair cloth, and skins; the town was taken by General Pollok 1842, avenging the death of Burnes and Macnaughten, and by General Roberts in 1879, avenging the murder of Cavagnari.

Population (circa 1900) given as 70,000.

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

Kaaba * Kabyles
Justice
Justice, Bed of
Justiciary Court
Justin
Justinian I.
Justinian Pandects
Jutland
Juvenal
Juxon, William
Kaaba
Kabul
Kabyles
Kadijah
Kadris
Kaffirs
Kafiristan
Kairwan`
Kaisar-i-Hind
Kaiser
Kaiser Wilhelm's Land
Kaithal