Virginia

Virginia, one of the United States of America, a State somewhat larger than Scotland, between Maryland and North Carolina, so named by its founder Sir Walter Raleigh in honour of Queen Elizabeth; is divided from West Virginia by the Appalachians; it is well watered; the soil, which is fertile, yields the finest cotton and tobacco, and minerals, particularly coal and iron, are abundant; the largest city is Richmond, with flour-mills.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,655,000.

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

Virgin Queen * Virginia, West
Vincent de Paul, St.
Vindhya Mountains
Vinegar Bible
Vinegar Hill
Vinet, Alexandre Rodolphe
Viotti, Giovanni Battista
Virchow, Rudolf
Virgil
Virgin Islands
Virgin Queen
Virginia
Virginia, West
Vishnu
Visigoths
Vistula
Vitalis, St.
Vitellius, Aulus
Vitruvius, Pollio
Vittoria
Vives, Ludovicus
Vivian

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Abbot, Maurice
Accolti, Bernard
Amherst, Jeffery, Lord Amherst
Arnway, John
Ayscue, Sir George
Banister, John [No. 3]
Benbow, John
Berkeley, Sir William
Betterton, Thomas
Blair, James, M. A.
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