Pará

Pará, a Brazilian port at the mouth of the Guama, on the E. shore of the Pará estuary, is a compact, regularly-built, thriving town, with whitewashed buildings, blue and white tiled roofs, tree-shaded streets, tram-cars, telephones, theatre, and cathedral; it is the emporium of the Amazon trade, exporting india-rubber and cacao, and sending foreign goods into the interior; though hot, it is healthy.

Population (circa 1900) given as 40,000.

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

Papy`rus * Parable
Paphos
Papias
Papier-Mâche
Papin, Denis
Papinianus, Æmilius
Papirius
Pappenheim, Count von
Pappus of Alexandria
Papuans
Papy`rus
Pará
Parable
Parabola
Paracelsus
Paraffin
Paraguay
Paraguay River
Paraklete
Parallax
Paramar`ibo
Paramo