Lima

Lima, capital of Peru, 6 m. inland from Callao, its port, a picturesque but somewhat shabby city, 700 ft. above the sea-level, regularly built, with many plazas; has a cathedral and 70 churches; trade is in the hands of foreigners, mostly Germans, and industries are unimportant; it was founded by Pizarro, and his bones lie buried in the cathedral.

Population (circa 1900) given as 200,000.

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

Lilly, William * Limburg
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
Lincoln
Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln's Inn
Lincolnshire

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Acuna, Christopher
Dampier, Capt. William
Dombey, Joseph
Escobar, Bartholomew
Pizarro, Francis