Quebec

Quebec, the capital of the above province, and once of all Canada, a city of historical interest, is situated on the steep promontory, 333 feet in height, of the NW. bank of the St. Lawrence, at the mouth of the St. Charles River, 300 m. from the sea, and 180 m. below Montreal; it is divided into Upper and Lower, the latter the business quarter and the former the west-end, as it were; there are numerous public buildings, including the governor's residence, an Anglican cathedral, and a university; it is a commercial centre, has a large trade in timber, besides several manufacturing industries; the aspect of the town is Norman-French, and there is much about it and the people to remind one of Normandy.

Population (circa 1900) given as 63,000.

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

Quebec * Quedlinburg
Quartette
Quarto
Quasimodo Sunday
Quass
Quatre-Bras
Quatrefages de Bréau
Quatremère, Étienne Marc
Quatremère de Quincy
Quatro Cento
Quebec
Quebec
Quedlinburg
Queen Anne's Bounty
Queen Charlotte Islands
Queenborough
Queen's College
Queen's Colleges
Queen's County
Queen's Metal
Queensland
Queenstown