Trenton

Trenton, capital of New Jersey State, on the Delaware River, 57 m. SW. of New York; divided into two portions by Assanpink Creek, and handsomely laid out in broad, regular streets; public buildings include a state-house, federal buildings, &c.; is the great emporium in the United States of crockery and pottery manufactures.

Population (circa 1900) given as 73,000.

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

Trent, Council of * Trepanning
Travancore
Traviata
Trebizond
Trelawney, Edward John
Trelawney, Sir Jonathan
Trench, Richard Chevenix
Trenck, Baron von
Trent
Trent
Trent, Council of
Trenton
Trepanning
Trevelyan, Sir George Otto
Trèves
Tribunes
Trichinopoli
Tricolour
Trident
Trieste
Trim, Corporal
Trimurti