Mukden

Mukden, in Chinese Shing-king, the capital of Manchuria, on a tributary of the Liao, in the S. of the province; is a city of considerable commercial importance, and has good coal-mines in the neighbourhood; there are a great palace, and numerous temples; Irish and Scotch Presbyterian and Roman Catholic missions have a centre here; the Japanese invasion of 1894-98 was directed towards it.

Population (circa 1900) given as 250,000.

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

Muir, Sir William * Mull
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Chrysostom
Mucklebackit, Saunders
Mucklewrath
Mucous Membrane
Muezzin
Mufti
Mufti, The Grand
Muggleton
Muir, John
Muir, Sir William
Mukden
Mull
Müller, George
Müller, Johannes
Müller, Johannes von
Müller, Julius
Müller, Karl Otfried
Mulock, Dinah Maria
Mulready, William
Multan
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