Maestricht

Maestricht, capital of Dutch Limburg, on the Maes, 57 m. E. of Brussels; has manufactures of glass, earthenware, and carpets; near it are the vast subterranean quarries of the Pietersberg, opened by the Romans.

Population (circa 1900) given as 33,000.

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

Mæonides * Maeterlinck, Maurice
Madonna
Madras
Madrid
Madrigal
Madvig, Johan Nicolai
Mæander
Mæcenas
Maelström
Mænades
Mæonides
Maestricht
Maeterlinck, Maurice
Mafeking
Maffia
Magdala
Magdalene, Mary
Magdeburg
Magellan, Ferdinand
Magellanic Clouds
Magendie, François
Magenta

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Adrichomius, Christian
Catinat, Nicholas
Churchill, John
Espen, Zeger Bernard Van
Feller, Francis Xavier De
Kerkherdere, John Gerard
Limborch, Pinup
Lyonet, Peter
Moore, John [1730–1735]
Placentinus, Peter
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