The New International Encyclopædia/Albany (Australia)
ALBANY, a̤l′bȧ-nĭ. A fortified seaport and municipality of Plantagenet Co., West Australia, on King George's Sound, 362 miles southeast by south of Perth by rail (Map: Australia, B 5). It is noted for its fine harbor, is a station and port of call for the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamers, and is also a coaling depot. The United States has a resident consular agent. Pop., 3000.