Springfield

Springfield, 1, capital (34) of Illinois, situated in a flourishing coal district, 185 m. SW. of Chicago; has an arsenal, two colleges, and a handsome marble capitol; coal-mining, foundries, and flour, cotton, and paper mills are the chief industries; the burial-place of Abraham Lincoln. 2, A nicely laid out and flourishing city (62) of Massachusetts, capital of Hampden County, on the Connecticut River (spanned here by five bridges), 99 m. W. by S. of Boston; settled in 1635; has important manufactories of cottons, woollens, paper, and a variety of other articles, besides the United States armoury. 3, Capital (22) of Greene County, Missouri, 232 m. WSW. of St. Louis; has rapidly increasing manufactories of cottons, woollens, machinery, &c.; in the vicinity was fought the battle of Wilson's Creek, 10th August 1861. 4, Capital (38) of Clark County, Ohio, on Lagonda Creek and Mad River, 80 m. NE. of Cincinnati; is an important railway centre, and possesses numerous factories of machinery, bicycles, paper, &c.

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

Sprenger, Aloys * Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
Splügen
Spohr, Ludwig
Spoleto
Spontini, Gasparo
Sporades
Spottiswoode, John
Spottiswoode, William
Spree
Sprengel, Carl
Sprenger, Aloys
Springfield
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
Spurzheim, Johann Caspar
Sruti
Staal, Jean
Stabat Mater
Stadium
Stadtholder
Staël, Madame de
Staffa
Stafford

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