Providence

Providence, a seaport and semi-capital of Rhode Island, U.S., on a river of the name, 44 m. SW. of Boston; it is a centre of a large manufacturing district, and has a large trade in woollens, jewellery, and hardware; has a number of public buildings, and institutions, churches, schools, libraries, and hospitals, as well as beautiful villas and gardens.

Population (circa 1900) given as 175,000.

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

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Protestants
Proteus
Protogenes
Protoplasm
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph
Prout, Samuel
Prout, Father
Provençal Language
Provence
Proverbs, Book Of
Providence
Prudentius, Marcus Aurelius Clemens
Prussia
Prynne, William
Prytane`um
Psalmanazar, George
Psalms, The Book of
Psyche
Psychical Research, Society for
Ptolemaic System
Ptolemaïs

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