Boston

Boston, a Lincolnshire seaport, on the Witham, 30 m. SE. of Lincoln; exports coal, machinery, corn, and wool, and imports timber and general goods. There is a large cattle and sheep market, also canvas and sail-cloth works. Fox, the martyrologist, was a native. It has a spacious church, which is a conspicuous landmark and beacon at sea.

Population (circa 1900) given as 19,000.

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

Bossut, Charles * Boston
Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste
Boscawen, Edward
Boscovich, Roger Joseph
Bosio, Baron
Bosna-Serai
Bosnia
Bos`phorus
Bos`quet, Pierre François Joseph
Bos`suet, Jacques Bénigne
Bossut, Charles
Boston
Boston
Boston, Thomas
Boston Tea-party
Boswell, James
Boswell, Sir Alexander
Bosworth
Bosworth, Joseph
Botany Bay
Both, John and Andrew
Bothnia

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Bale, John
Bernard, Sir Francis
Blair, Patrick
Boston, Thomas
Bourbon, Nicholas
Burnet, William
Cromwell, Thomas
Davenport, John
Drinker, Edward
Eliot, John
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