Kerry

Kerry, maritime county in the SW. of Ireland, between the Shannon and Kenmare Rivers, with Limerick and Cork on the E.; has a rugged, indented coast, Dingle Bay running far inland; is mountainous, having Mount Brandon, the Macgillicuddy, and Dunkerron ranges, and contains the picturesque Lakes of Killarney; there is little industry or agriculture, but dairy-farming, slate-quarrying, and fishing are prosecuted; iron, copper, and lead abound, but are not wrought; the population is Roman Catholic; county town, Tralee (9).

Population (circa 1900) given as 179,000.

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

Kerosene * Kertch
Kentucky
Kepler, John
Kepler's Laws
Keppel, Augustus, Viscount
Ker, Dr. John
Keratin
Kerguelen's Land
Kerman
Kerner, Andreas
Kerosene
Kerry
Kertch
Keswick
Ket, Robert
Kettering
Kew
Key, Francis Scott
Key West
Keyne, St.
Keys, House of
Keys, Power of the

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