Kinsale

Kinsale, a once important seaport in co. Cork, at the mouth of the Bandon, 13 m. S. of Cork; has lost its trade, and is now a summer resort and fishing station; King James II. landed here in 1689, and re-embarked in 1690.

Population (circa 1900) given as 5,000.

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

Kinross * Kintyre
King's Counsel
King's County
Kingsley, Charles
Kingsley, Henry
Kingston
Kingston-upon-Thames
Kingston, W. H. G.
Kingstown
Kinkel, Johann Gottfried
Kinross
Kinsale
Kintyre
Kipchaks
Kipling, Rudyard
Kirby, William
Kirghiz
Kirk Session
Kirkcaldy
Kirkcudbright
Kirkdale Cave
Kirke's Lambs

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Bodley, Sir Josias
Boyle, Roger
Carew, George
Cox, Sir Richard
De Courcy, Richard
Lawrence, Thomas
Penn, William
Rupert, Prince
Usher, James