Birmingham

Birmingham, in the NW. of Warwickshire, 112 m. NW. of London by rail; is the chief town of the Midlands, and celebrated all over the world for its metal ware. All kinds of engines and machinery, fine gold, silver, copper, and brass ware, cutlery and ammunition are made here; steel pens, buttons, nails, and screws are specialties. It is a picturesque town with many fine buildings, libraries, art gallery and museums, educational institutions, a cathedral, and a great town-hall, where the triennial musical festival is held. Of this town Burne-Jones was a native, and Priestley, George Dawson, and Dale were dissenting ministers.

Population (circa 1900) given as 478,000.

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

Birkenhead, Sir John * Birnam
Birch, Thomas
Birch-Pfeiffer, Charlotte
Bird, Edward
Bird, Golding
Bird, William
Bird's nest
Biren, Duke of Courland
Birkbeck, George
Birkenhead
Birkenhead, Sir John
Birmingham
Birnam
Biron
Biron, Baron de
Biron, Duc de
Biscay, Bay of
Bischof, Karl Gustav
Bischoff, Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm
Bishop
Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley
Bishop of Hippo

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Bage, Robert
Baskerville, John
Boulton, Matthew
Brindley, James
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Hawes, William
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