Kilkenny

Kilkenny, inland Irish county in Leinster, surrounded by Waterford, Tipperary, Queen's County, Carlow, and Wexford, watered by the Barrow, Suir, and Nore; extremely fertile in the S. and E., producing fine corn, hay, and green crops; is moorland, and devoted to cattle-rearing in the N., where also anthracite coal is abundant. Kilkenny (11), the county town, is noted for a fine black marble quarried near it.

Population (circa 1900) given as 87,000.

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

Kilima-Njaro * Killarney
Kidderminster
Kieff
Kiel
Kiepert, Heinrich
Kierkegaard, Sören Aaby
Kieselghur
Kilda, St.
Kildare
Kilian, St.
Kilima-Njaro
Kilkenny
Killarney
Killarney, The Lakes of
Killiecrankie, Pass of
Kilmainham
Kilmarnock
Kimberley
Kimberley, Earl of
Kimchi, David
Kincardineshire
Kindergarten

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Kilkenny in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Balsham, Hugh De
Baptist, John
Baro, Bonaventure
Bedell, William
Beling, Richard
Berkeley, George
Butler, Thomas
Congreve, William
Gandy, James
Goldsmith, Oliver
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