Malaga

Malaga, Spanish seaport, 65 m. NE. of Gibraltar, an ancient Phoenician town, is now an important but declining centre of commerce; it exports olive-oil, wine, raisins, lead, &c., and manufactures cotton, linen, machinery, fine-art pottery, &c.; its magnificent climate makes it an excellent health resort.

Population (circa 1900) given as 132,000.

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

Maladetta, Mount * Malagrowther
Maitland, William
Majolica
Majorca
Majuscule
Makrizi, Taki-ed-din Ahmed el-
Malabar
Malacca
Malachi
Malachy, St.
Maladetta, Mount
Malaga
Malagrowther
Malaise
Malaprop, Mrs.
Mälar Lake
Malay Archipelago
Malays
Malcolm, Sir John
Malcolm Canmore
Maldive Islands
Malebolge

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Alderete, Joseph And Bernard
Blake, Robert
Byng, George
Carter, Francis
Guay-Trouin, Rene Du
Leake, Sir John
Lithgow, William
Rooke, Sir George
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley
Vernon, Edward