Swansea

Swansea, a flourishing and progressive seaport of Glamorganshire, at the entrance of the Tawe, 45 m. into Swansea Bay; has a splendid harbour, 60 acres of docks, a castle, old grammar-school, &c.; is the chief seat of the copper-smelting and of the tin-plate manufacture of England, and exports the products of these works, as well as coal, zinc, and other minerals, in large quantities.

Population (circa 1900) given as 90,000.

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

Swan of Mantua * Swatow
Suttee
Suwarrow
Sveaborg
Svir
Swabia
Swahili
Swale
Swammerdam, Jan
Swan of Avon
Swan of Mantua
Swansea
Swatow
Swaziland
Sweating Sickness
Sweating System
Sweden
Swedenborg, Emmanuel
Swedenborgians
Swedish Nightingale
Swerga
Swetchine, Madame

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