Limerick

Limerick, Irish county on the S. of the Shannon estuary, between Tipperary and Kerry, watered by the Mulcai, Maigue, and Deel; hilly in the S., is mostly fertile, and under corn and green crops; cattle are reared and dairy products exported; some woollens and paper manufactured. There are many antiquities. Limerick (37), the county town, on the Shannon, is the fourth Irish seaport, and manufactures a little lace.

Population (circa 1900) given as 159,000.

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

Limelight * Limited Liability
Lilburne, John
Lilith
Lille
Lilliput
Lillo, George
Lilly, William
Lima
Limburg
Limbus
Limelight
Limerick
Limited Liability
Limoges
Lincoln
Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln's Inn
Lincolnshire
Lincrusta Walton
Lind, Jenny
Lindley, John
Lindsay

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