Namur

Namur, capital of a province of the same name in Belgium, is situated at the junction of the Meuse and the Sambre, 35 m. SE. of Brussels. The town is strongly fortified, but only a few of its fine old buildings have escaped the ravages of war. The citadel still stands, the cathedral, and the Jesuit church of St. Loup. Cutlery, firearms, &c., are manufactured. The Province (339) skirts the NE. border of France between Hainault and Luxembourg.

Population (circa 1900) given as 31,000.

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

Namaquas * Nana Sahib
Nâgas
Nagasaki
Nagpur
Nahum
Naiads
Nairn
Nairne, Baroness
Nairnshire
Nairs
Namaquas
Namur
Nana Sahib
Nancy
Nanking
Nanna
Nansen, Fridtjof
Nantes
Nantes, Edict Of
Naphtha
Napier, Sir Charles
Napier, Sir Charles

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Bouflers, Louis Francis, Duc De
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Cutis, John Lord
Froissart, John
Hamilton, George
Haræus, Francis
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