Borough

Borough, in Scotland Burgh, is in its modern sense primarily a town that sends a representative to Parliament; but it is further an area of local government, exercising police, sanitary, and sometimes educational, supervision, and deriving its income from rates levied on property within its bounds, and in Scotland sometimes from “common good” and petty customs. Its charter may be held from the Crown or granted by Parliament.

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

Bororo * Borough English
Borgu
Borlase, William
Born, Bertrand
Borne, Ludwig
Borneo
Bornholm
Bornu
Boro Budor
Borodino
Bororo
Borough
Borough English
Borowlaski, Count
Borrome`an Islands
Borrome`o, St. Carlo
Borromeo, Frederigo
Borrow, George Henry
Borrowdale
Borthwick Castle
Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste
Boscawen, Edward

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