Gratz or Grätz (112), capital of Styria, in Austria, picturesquely situated on the Mur, 141 m. SW. of Vienna; its many old and interesting buildings include a cathedral (1462), four monasteries, and the Landhaus, an ancient ducal residence; there is a flourishing university, with upwards of 1100 students; its industries embrace iron and steel works, sugar-refining, soap and candle factories, &c.

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

Grattan, Henry * Gravelotte
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Grant, Mrs. Anne
Grant, Sir Francis
Grant, James
Grant, Sir James Hope
Grant, Ulysses Simpson
Granville, George Leveson-Gower
Gratianus, Augustus
Grattan, Henry
Gray, Asa
Gray, Auld Robin
Gray, John Edward
Gray, Thomas
Great Commoner
Great Duke
Great Eastern
Great Elector


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Alegambe, Philip
Dalmatin, George
Decker, John
Delrio, Martin Antony
Froelich, Erasmus
Kepler, John
Philippi, Henry
Scopoli, John Anthony