“Box and Cox,”

“Box and Cox,” a farce by J. M. Morton, remarkable for a successful run such as is said to have brought the author £7000.

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

Bowyer, William * Boy Bishop
Bowdich, Thomas Edward
Bowditch, Nathaniel
Bowdler, Thomas
Bowdoin, James
Bowen, Richard
Bower, Walter
Bowles, William Lisle
Bowling, Tom
Bowling, Sir John
Bowyer, William
“Box and Cox,”
Boy Bishop
Boyars
Boyce, William
Boycott, Captain
Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison
Boyd, Zachary
Boydell, John
Boyer, Baron
Boyer, Jean Pierre
Boyle, Charles