Boyle Lectures

Boyle Lectures, the lectureship founded by the Hon. Robert Boyle in 1691, and held for a tenure of three years, the endowment being £50 per annum; the lecturer must deliver eight lectures in defence of Christianity, and some of the most eminent men have held the post.

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

Boyle, The Hon. Robert * Boyle's Law
Boyce, William
Boycott, Captain
Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison
Boyd, Zachary
Boydell, John
Boyer, Baron
Boyer, Jean Pierre
Boyle, Charles
Boyle, Richard
Boyle, The Hon. Robert
Boyle Lectures
Boyle's Law
Boyne
Boz
Bozzy
Brabant
Bracton, Henry de
Bradamante
Braddock, Edward
Braddon, Miss
Bradford