Bodleian Library

Bodleian Library, the university library of Oxford, founded, or rather restored, by Sir Thomas Bodley in 1593; enlarged from time to time by bequests, often munificent. It possesses 400,000 printed volumes and 30,000 MSS.

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

Bodin, Jean * Bodley, Sir Thomas
Boaz
Bob`adil, Captain
Bobèche
Boccaccio, Giovanni
Boccherini, Luigi
Bochart, Samuel
Bode, Johann Elert
Bodel
Bodensee
Bodin, Jean
Bodleian Library
Bodley, Sir Thomas
Bodmer, Johann Jacob
Bodmin
Bodoni
Bödtcher, Ludwig
Boece, Hector
Boeckh, Philip August
Boehm, Sir Joseph Edgar
Boehme, Jacob
Boehmer

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Beddoes, Thomas
Grabe, John Ernest
Hobbes, Thomas
Holder, William
Lye, Edward
Ockley, Simon
Pocock, Edward
Waterhouse, Edward