Troyes

Troyes, a quaint old town of France, capital of the department of Aube, on the Seine, 100 m. SE. of Paris; possesses a fine Flamboyant Gothic cathedral, founded in 872, several handsome old churches, a large public library; has flourishing manufactures of textile fabrics, and trades in agricultural produce; here in 1420 was signed the Treaty of Troyes, making good the claims of Henry V. of England to the French crown.

Population (circa 1900) given as 50,000.

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

Troy * Truck-system
Trondhjem
Trophonius
Tropics
Troppau
Trossachs
Troubadours
Trouvères
Trowbridge
Troy
Troy
Troyes
Truck-system
Trumbull, Jonathan
Trunnion, Commodore Hawser
Truro
Tuam
Tübingen
Tucker, Abraham
Tucuman
Tudela
Tudor

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Accolti, Benedetto
Adenez, Le Roi
Alanus De Insulis
Angouleme, Charles De Valois Duke D'
Auger, Edmund
Bahier, John
Baudouin, Benedict
Be, William Le
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