Marne

Marneand Haute-Marne (244), contiguous departments in the N.E. of France, in the upper basin of the Marne River; in both cereals, potatoes, and wine are the chief products, the best champagne coming from the N. In the former, capital Châlons-sur-Marne, building stone is quarried; there are metal works and tanneries; in the latter, capital Chaumont, are valuable iron mines and manufactures of cutlery and gloves.

Population (circa 1900) given as 435,000.

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

Marmora, Sea of * Marochetti, Baron
Mark, John
Mark Antony
Mark Twain
Markham, Clements Robert
Marlborough
Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of
Marlowe, Christopher
Marmont
Marmontel, Jean François
Marmora, Sea of
Marne
Marochetti, Baron
Maronites
Maroons
Marot, Clement
Marprelate Tracts
Marque
Marquesas Islands
Marrow Controversy
Marryat, Frederick
Mars

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