Lemnos

Lemnos, an island plateau in the Ægean Sea, 30 m. SW. of the Dardanelles, Turkish since 1657; produces corn, wine, and tobacco, and is a place of exile for Turkish prisoners; the population is mostly Greek; chief town Kastro (3), on the W. coast.

Population (circa 1900) given as 30,000.

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

Lemming Rat * Lemon, Mark
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Leith
Leitha
Leland, Charles
Leland, John
Leland, John
Lely, Sir Peter
Leman Lake
Lemberg
Lemming Rat
Lemnos
Lemon, Mark
Lem`ures
Lenclos, Ninon de
Lennep, Jacob van
Lennox
Lenore
Lenormant, François
Lens
Lent
Lenthall, William

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