Lille

Lille, chief town in the department of Nord, in the extreme N. of France, 60 m. inland from Calais, an ancient and at present very strong fortress, is in a fertile district; the town, rebuilt in modern times, has a Catholic university, a medical school, library, and art gallery, and thriving industries, linen, cotton, tobacco, sugar, and many others.

Population (circa 1900) given as 161,000.

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

Lilith * Lilliput
Liegnitz
Lifeguards
Lightfoot, John
Lightfoot, Joseph Barber
Ligny
Liguori, St. Alphonse Maria di
Ligurian Republic
Li Hung Chang
Lilburne, John
Lilith
Lille
Lilliput
Lillo, George
Lilly, William
Lima
Limburg
Limbus
Limelight
Limerick
Limited Liability
Limoges

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