Leyden

Leyden, one of the chief towns of Holland and characteristically Dutch, 15 m. NW. of The Hague, with a famous university founded by the Prince of Orange in 1576, containing the richest natural history museum in the world; it is noted for the bravery and power of endurance of its inhabitants, manifest for a whole year (1573-74) during the War of Independence.

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

Lewis, Matthew Gregory * Leyden, John
Levi, Leon
Levirite Law
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Lewald, Fanny
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Lewes, George Henry
Lewis, Sir George Cornwall
Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Leyden
Leyden, John
Leyden, John of
Leyden, Lucas van
Leyden Jar
Leys School
Lhassa
L'Hôpital
Li
Lia-fail
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