Blenheim

Blenheim, a village in Bavaria, near Augsburg; famous for Marlborough's victory in 1704, and giving name to it.

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

Blefuscu * Blenheim Park
Blanqui, Adolphe
Blanqui, Louis Auguste
Blarney-stone
Blasius, St.
Blasphemy
Blatant Beast
Blavatsky, Mme.
Bleek, Friedrich
Bleek, Wm.
Blefuscu
Blenheim
Blenheim Park
Blessington, Countess of
Blicher, Steen Steensen
Bligh, Wm.
Blimber, Mrs. Cornelia
Blind, Karl
Blind Harry
Blinkert Dune
Bloch, Marcus Elieser
Bloemært

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Addison, Joseph
Boyle, Henry
Brown, Lancelot
Churchill, John
Cockburn, Catharine
Dennis, John
Duncan, Adam, Lord Viscount
Eugene, Francis
Folard, Charles
Garth, Sir Samuel
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