Zurich

Zurich, a northern canton in Switzerland, and the second largest; is in the basin of the Rhine, with a well-cultivated fertile soil, and manufactures of cottons and silks, and with a capital (151) of the same name at the foot of the Lake of Zurich; a large manufacturing and trading centre; has a Romanesque cathedral and a university, with silk mills and cotton mills, as well as foundries and machine shops; here Lavater was born and Zwingli was pastor.

Population (circa 1900) given as 392,000.

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

Zurbaran, Francisco * Zutphen
Zouaves
Zoutspansberg
Zschokke, Johann Heinrich
Zug
Zuider Zee
Zuleika
Zululand
Zulus
Zumpt, Karl
Zurbaran, Francisco
Zurich
Zutphen
Zwickau
Zwingli, Ulrich
Zwolle
Zyme
Zymotic Diseases

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Asper, Hans
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Bentham, Thomas
Beumler, Mark
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