Naples

Naples, the largest and richest city of Italy; has a lovely situation within the bend of Naples Bay, spreading from the foreshore back upon wooded hills and rising terraces, behind which lie the snow-clad Apennines; to the E. lies the old town with its historic Via di Roma and narrow crowded thoroughfares; the newer portion on the W. is more spaciously laid out, and much has been done in recent years over the whole city to improve the sanitation and water supply; the national museum, rich in Pompeii relics, the university (4150 students), the national library (275,000 vols.), the archiepiscopal cathedral, and the four mediæval gateways are the chief architectural features; large quantities of wine, olive-oil, chemicals, perfumery, &c., are exported, while woollen, silk, linen, glove, and other factories carry on a good home trade; Naples became incorporated in the kingdom of Italy in 1861 after the Bourbon dynasty had been swept away by Garibaldi.

Population (circa 1900) given as 536,000.

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

Napier of Magdala * Napoleon I.
Nanna
Nansen, Fridtjof
Nantes
Nantes, Edict Of
Naphtha
Napier, Sir Charles
Napier, Sir Charles
Napier, John
Napier, Sir William
Napier of Magdala
Naples
Napoleon I.
Napoleon, Louis
Napoleon, Victor
Napoleon d'Or
Naraka
Narcissus
Narrows, The
Narses
Narthex
Naseby

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Abiosi
Abrabanel, Isaac
Acciaioli, Donato
Acciaioli, Zanobio
Accolti, Francis
Accorso, Mariangelus
Adimari, Lewis
Adria, John James
Afflitto, Matthew
Agelius, Anthony
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