Teignmouth

Teignmouth, a watering-place and port of Devonshire, on the estuary of the Teign (here crossed by a wooden bridge 1671 ft. long), 12 m. S. of Exeter; has a Benedictine nunnery, baths, pier, &c.; does some shipbuilding.

Population (circa 1900) given as 8,000.

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

Tehuantepec * Teinds
Taylor Institute
Te Deum
Teazle, Lady
Teck
Tees
Tegner, Esaias
Tegucigalpa
Tehama
Teheran
Tehuantepec
Teignmouth
Teinds
Telamones
Tel-el-Kebir
Telemachus
Teleology
Telepathy
Telford, Thomas
Tell
Tell, William
Tellez, Gabriel

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