San Marino

San Marino, a little republic of Europe which has maintained its independence since the 4th century; comprises a town (same name) and several villages occupying rocky and elevated sites on the eastern slopes of the Apennines; some agriculture and cattle-rearing are done; is under the friendly protection of Italy.

Population (circa 1900) given as 8,000.

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

San Juan * San Remo
Samson Agonistes
Samuel
Samuel, Books of
San Antonio
San Diego
San Domingo
San Francisco
San José
San José
San Juan
San Marino
San Remo
San Salvador
San Sebastian
San Stefano
Sanchez, Thomas
Sancho Panza
Sanchoniathon
Sancroft, William
Sand, George
Sandeau, Léonard Jules

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Alberoni, Julius