Bedlam

Bedlam, originally a lunatic asylum in London, so named from the priory “Bethlehem” in Bishopsgate, first appropriated to the purpose, Bedlam being a corruption of the name Bethlehem.

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

Bedford Level * Bedmar, Marquis de
Beckx, Peter John
Becquerel, Antoine Cæsar
Bed of Justice
Bedchamber, Lords
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell
Bede
Bedell
Bedford
Bedford, John, Duke of
Bedford Level
Bedlam
Bedmar, Marquis de
Bedouins
Bee, The
Beecher, Henry Ward
Beecher-Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth
Beechy, Rear-Admiral
Beechy, Sir William
Beef-eaters
Beehive houses
Beel`zebub

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Bedlam in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Ellis, John [1698–1789]
Gresham, Sir Thomas
Hooke, Robert
Lee, Nathaniel
Lilburne, John
Milbourne, Luke
Williams, John