Tenby

Tenby, a popular little watering-place of Pembrokeshire, has a rocky site on Carmarthen Bay coast; ruins of its old wall and of a castle still remain; has a fine 13th-century Gothic church, marble statue of the Prince Consort, &c., while its extensive sands and splendid bathing facilities attract crowds of summer visitors.

Population (circa 1900) given as 5,000.

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

Tenasserim * Tencin, Madame de
Tellicherri
Tellurium
Temesvar
Tempe, Vale of
Templars
Temple, Frederick
Temple, Sir William
Temple, The
Temple Bar
Tenasserim
Tenby
Tencin, Madame de
Tendon Achilles
Tenedos
Tenerife
Teniers, David
Tennant, William
Tennemann, W. Gottlieb
Tennessee
Tenniel, John
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord

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