Phœnix Park

Phœnix Park, a magnificent public park of 2000 acres in Dublin; is much used for military reviews; it was rendered notorious in 1882 through the murder by the “Invincibles” of Lord Frederick Cavendish, who had just been appointed Irish Secretary, and his subordinate, Thomas Burke.

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

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Philtre
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Phlegethon
Phlogiston
Phocas
Phocion
Phocis
Phœbus
Phœnicia
Phœnix
Phœnix Park
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Photosphere
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Phrenology
Phrygia
Phrygian Cap
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