Presburg

Presburg, the ancient capital of Hungary, close to the Austrian frontier, on the Danube, by rail 40 m. E. of Vienna; is a pleasant town, with a cathedral, a town-house, and a Franciscan church, all of the 13th century, the old Parliament House, and a ruined royal castle; manufactures beer, dynamite, and starch, and trades largely in live stock and corn.

Population (circa 1900) given as 52,000.

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

Pre-Raphaelitism * Presbyopia
Praxiteles
Praying-Wheels
Pre-Adamites
Precession of the Equinoxes
Précieuses Ridicules
Predestination
Predicables
Pregel
Prejevalski, Nicholas
Pre-Raphaelitism
Presburg
Presbyopia
Presbyterianism
Prescott, William Hickling
Present Time
President of the United States
Press-Gang
Pressensé, Edmond de
Prester, John
Preston
Pretenders, The

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