St. Quentin

St. Quentin, a manufacturing town of France, on the Somme, 95 m. NE. of Paris; manufactures all kinds of cotton and woollen goods, machinery, paper, &c.; has a fine old Gothic church and town-hall; here the French were routed by the Spaniards in 1557, and by the Germans in 1871.

Population (circa 1900) given as 48,000.

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

St. Pierre, Henri Bernardin de * St. Réal, Abbé de
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St. Michael's Mount
St. Michel, Mont
St. Nazaire
St. Neots
St. Nicholas
St. Omer
St. Paul
St. Paul's School
St. Petersburg
St. Pierre, Henri Bernardin de
St. Quentin
St. Réal, Abbé de
Saint Saëns, Charles Camille
St. Simon, Claude Henri, Comte de
St. Simon, Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de
St. Simonians
St. Tammany
St. Thomas
St. Thomas's
Saint-Victor, Paul de
St. Vincent


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