Leipzig

Leipzig, in the W. of Saxony, and largest city of that kingdom; is the third city in Germany. The old portion is narrow and quaint, with historic buildings; the new is well built, with splendid edifices. It is the seat of the supreme court of the Empire, of an old university which has a magnificent library and well-equipped medical school, and of one of the finest conservatories of music in Europe. Its chief trade is in books, furs, leather, and cloth, and its chief industries type-founding and pianoforte-making. It was the birthplace of Leibnitz and Wagner, and is associated also with Bach and Mendelssohn.

Population (circa 1900) given as 357,000.

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

Leiotrichi * Leith
Legion of Honour
Legitimists
Leibnitz
Leicester
Leicester, Robert Dudley, Earl of
Leicestershire
Leigh, Aurora
Leighton, Frederick, Lord
Leighton, Robert
Leiotrichi
Leipzig
Leith
Leitha
Leland, Charles
Leland, John
Leland, John
Lely, Sir Peter
Leman Lake
Lemberg
Lemming Rat
Lemnos

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