Ulm

Ulm, city of Würtemberg, on the Danube, 46 m. SE. of Stuttgart; was an imperial free city, and is a place of great importance; is famed for its cathedral, which for size ranks next to Cologne, as well as for its town hall; has textile manufactories and breweries, and is famed for its confectionery; here General Mack, with 28,000 Austrians, surrendered to Marshal Key in 1805.

Population (circa 1900) given as 36,000.

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

Ullswater * Ulotrichi
Ugolino, Count
Uhland, Johann Ludwig
Uhlans
Uist
Ukase
Ukraine
Uleaborg
Ulema
Ullmann, Karl
Ullswater
Ulm
Ulotrichi
Ulphilas
Ulrici, Hermann
Ulster
Ultimus Romanorum
Ultramontanism
Ulugh-Beg
Ulysses
Ulysses' Bow
Uma

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