Livonia

Livonia, Russian Baltic province on the Gulf of Riga; is flat and marshy, and only moderately fertile; produces rye, barley, and potatoes; its chief industries are distilling, brewing, and iron-founding, and fishing; four-fifths of the population are Letts and Esthonians, only 5 per cent. are Russian; the original Finnic Livonians are almost extinct; capital Riga (180).

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,260,000.

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

Livius, Titus (Livy) * Livraison
Little Englanders
Littleton, Sir Thomas
Littré
Liturgy
Liva
Liverpool
Liverpool, Earl of, Robert Jenkinson
Liverymen
Livingstone, David
Livius, Titus (Livy)
Livonia
Livraison
Llandudno
Llanelly
Llanos
Llorente, Juan Antonio
Lloyd's
Load-line
Loadstone
Lobby, The
Local Option

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