Man, Isle Of

Man, Isle Of, a small island in the Irish Sea, 35 m. W. of Cumberland and about the same distance E. of Co. Down; from its equable climate and picturesque scenery is a favourite holiday resort; it has important lead mines at Laxey and Foxdale; fishing and cattle-grazing are profitable industries; the people are Keltic, with a language and government of their own; the island is a bishopric, with the title Sodor and Man.

Population (circa 1900) given as 56,000.

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

Mammoth Cave * Man of Destiny
Malström
Malta
Maltebrun, Conrad
Malthus, Thomas R.
Malvern, Great
Mambrino
Mamelukes
Mammon
Mammoth
Mammoth Cave
Man, Isle Of
Man of Destiny
Man of Feeling
Man of Ross
Man of Sin
Manasseh-ben-Israel
Manby, Captain
Mancha, La
Manche, La
Manchester
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of

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