Barnet

Barnet, a town in Hertfordshire, almost a suburb of London; a favourite resort of Londoners; has a large annual horse and cattle fair; scene of a battle in 1471, at which Warwick, the king-maker, was slain.

Population (circa 1900) given as 5,000.

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

Barnes, William * Barnett, John
Barnabites
Barnaby Rudge
Barnard, Henry
Barnard, Lady Anne
Barnard Castle
Bar`nardine
Barnave, Joseph Marie
Barn-burners
Barnes, Thomas
Barnes, William
Barnet
Barnett, John
Barneveldt, Johann van Olden
Barnsley
Barnum
Barocci
Baroche, Pierre-Jules
Baro`da
Baro`nius, Cæsar
Barons' War
Baroque

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