Puebla

Puebla, on an elevated plateau 7000 ft. above the sea, 68 m. due SE. of Mexico, is the third city of the republic, and a beautiful town, with Doric cathedral, theological, medical, and other schools, a museum, and two libraries; cotton goods, iron, paper, and glass are manufactured; it is a commercial city, and carries on a brisk trade. Is the name also of a Colorado town (24) on the Arkansas River; it is in a rich mineral district, and is engaged in the manufacture of steel and iron wares.

Population (circa 1900) given as 79,000.

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

Puck * Puerto de Santa Maria
Psyche
Psychical Research, Society for
Ptolemaic System
Ptolemaïs
Ptolemy
Ptolemy (Claudius Ptolemæus)
Publicans
Puccinotti, Francesco
Pucelle La
Puck
Puebla
Puerto de Santa Maria
Puerto Plata
Puerto Principe
Puffendorf, Samuel
Pugin, Augustus Welby
Pulci, Luini
Pulque
Pulteney, William
Pultowa
Pultusk