Rabat

Rabat, known also as New Sallee, a declining port in Morocco, finely situated on elevated ground overlooking the mouth of the Bu-Ragrag River, 115 m. SE. of Fez; is surrounded by walls, and has a commanding citadel, a noted tower, interesting ruins, &c.; manufactures carpets, mats, &c., and exports olive-oil, grain, wool, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 26,000.

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

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Quirites
Quito
Quito, Cordillera of
Quit-rent
Quorra
Quorum
Qurân
Raab
Raasay
Rabant de St. Étienne
Rabat
Rabbi
Rabbism
Rabelais, François
Races of Mankind
Rachel, Eliza
Racine
Racine, Jean
Rack
Radcliffe
Radcliffe, Mrs. Ann